Excerpt from The White Knight, or the Monastery of Morne, Vol. 2 of 3: A Romance
Obscure peasant, selected from the rural throng by his juvenile partiality and though he was convinced that such a connexion would be considered as a disgrace, Vet did he resolve to stem the torr... ent of prejudice, and sacrifice the Opinion of the world, and his own pride, to the happiness of two so dear to him but much more was he confirmed in this determination by the events which had recently occurred, as he shuddered at the idea of committing a sister, on whom he doated, to the pro tection of a man whose insinuating man ners and agreeable person were incapa.
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