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LISETTE'S VENTURE.

BY

MRS. RUSSELL GRAY,

AUTHOR OF “EARLY DAYS OF ENGLISH Princes,”
“A WALK ON THE RAILWAY," "MUSIC ON THE MOUNTAINS," ETC., ETC.

"I give you all
The random scheme.”

TENNYSON.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. I.

HENRY S. KING & Co.,
65 Cornhill, AND 12 PATERNOSTER Row, LONDON.

1874.

251. b. lib.

(All rights reserved.)

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LISETTE'S VENTURE.

CHAPTER I.

TEA AND TALK

Some

“DEAREST DORA,

“Matters worse than ever. Fresh troubles—and all through the tiresome old maiden aunt. Come to me if you can.

“ Yours in despair,

“LISETTE.”

This was the concisely worded missive that impelled Miss Freeling to enter the open carriage one afternoon towards the close of a London season, and give orders to be driven from her father's house, in Chesham Place, to a

VOL. I.

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