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The Regent's Daughter by Alexandre Dumas

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The Regent's Daughter
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Publisher: Peter Fenelon Collier
ISBN/ASIN: 1409957462
Number of pages: 565

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On the 8th February, 1719, a carriage, bearing the fleur-de-lis of France, with the motto of Orleans, preceded by two outriders and a page, entered the porch of the Abbey of Chelles, precisely as the clock struck ten, and, the door having been quickly opened, its two occupants stepped out.

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