Prince Zaleski

Published: 1895
Language: English
Wordcount: 33,972 / 102 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 73
LoC Category: PN
Series: Queen's Quorum
Downloads: 1,365
Added to site: 2005.12.30 12448

ng,' said Zaleski; 'but this unearthed letter of Randolph's--what was in it?'

I read as follows:

'"Dear Mdlle. Cibras,--I am exerting my utmost influence for you with my father. But he shows no signs of coming round as yet. If I could only induce him to see you! But he is, as you know, a person of unrelenting will, and meanwhile you must confide in my loyal efforts on your behalf. At the same time, I admit that the situation is a precarious one: you are, I am sure, well provided for in the present will of Lord Pharanx, but he is on the point--within, say, three or four days--of making another; and exasperated as he is at your appearance in England, I know there is no chance of your receiving a centime under the new will. Before then, however, we must hope that something favourable to you may happen; and in the meantime, let me implore you not to let your only too just resentment pass beyond the bounds of reason.

"Sincerely yours,


'I like the letter!' cried Zaleski. 'You no

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