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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 74 pages of information about Edward Barnett; a Neglected Child of South Carolina, Who Rose to Be a Peer of Great Britain,and the Stormy Life of His Grandfather, Captain Williams.
rewarded for his trials, and the Count de Montford the happiest of his race.’  The glorious sun shone full upon his manly form and handsome features, and as cheer upon cheer arose, not one that looked upon his open truthful countenance, feared he would not redeem his promise, or disgrace the proud motto emblazoned on the banners that waved high above his head on the battlements;—­Nulli Secundi,—­Second to none.


The author to the reader.

Gentle reader! if thou hast been interested in this tale of human hopes and fears—­of stern retribution on the wicked, if thou hast shed a tear over the fate of the gentle and the good—­thou wilt perhaps be anxious to know more of him, who at the close of our tale, we left—­in life’s young morning brightness—­with wealth and power to aid in his path.  Did he fall from his high estate, did prosperity dim the lustre of his promise, (and methinks some gentle maiden asks, how sped he in his love.) If thou hast borne with our tediousness, and hast not fainted—­fear not, we will inflict upon thee yet more.

  What all thy tediousness on me? (Leonato)

  Yes, please your worship. (Dogberry.)

If thou hast been disgusted at the gloomy record, and kicked the book from thee,—­Why then farewell, so end the hopes of poor

Toby aconite,

E scribe.

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