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The Cavaliers of Virginia, vol. 1 of 2

or, The Recluse of Jamestown; An historical romance of the Old Dominion

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Published: 1834
Language: English
Wordcount: 54,762 / 165 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 50.7
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 704
Added to site: 2011.10.03 30838

The first part of two of this adventure set in late 17th century Virginia. The story is about an uprising called Bacon's rebellion.

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ive laughter, displayed a set of teeth beautifully white and regular. Yet one could scarcely fasten the eye upon them for the admiration excited by the exquisite expression of the dimpled mouth, ever varying, and as it seemed, more lovely with each succeeding change. The motion of her eyes was so rapid that it was difficult to ascertain their colour; but certain it is they were soft and brilliant, the latter effect produced in no small degree by long fair dewy lashes which rose and fell over the picture, as lights and shadows fall from the pencil of an inspired painter.

The fair flaxen ringlets fell beneath the small gipsey hat in short thick curls, and were clustered around her brow, so as to form the most natural and appropriate shade imaginable to a forehead of polished ivory. She was about the medium height, symmetrically proportioned, with an exquisitely turned ankle and little foot, which now bounded over the beach with an impatience only surpassed by her own impetuous thoughts, as



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