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The Fifth of November

A Romance of the Stuarts

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Co-author: F. Kimball Scribner
Published: 1898
Language: English
Wordcount: 65,426 / 192 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.9
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 410
Added to site: 2009.11.17
mnybks.net#: 25823
Origin: gutenberg.org
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epute?"

"It may be," answered Martin, turning his gaze upon the two men at the table, then setting down the tankard, "that he hath a quick temper and a ready tongue, swift steeds in our time to pull a man's head upon the block," and advancing toward the other concluded in a low voice full of emotion, "mayhap memory doth hold up a mirror to his eye, in which is reflected Mary's dripping head, chopped for her faith."

"Verily," cried Fawkes, in a loud tone characteristic of one not afraid of voicing opinions that lay near his heart, "would that good King James might look into the glass thou dost mention and see the promises of his youth, for naught of promise or his mother's head methinks----"

"Hist," whispered Martin, breaking in and laying his hand upon the speaker, "a truce to such treason talk; naught has it done but brought me to an ill-famed pot-house," he concluded in a thoughtful voice.

"Well, well, none of thy story will I ask; but in Spain they do illy treat a heretic," Fawk

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