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CHAPTER XLIX THE ENGLISH PRISONER THE first occupation of Waverley ,
after he departed from the Chieftain , was to go in quest of the officer whose life
he had saved . He was guarded , along with his companions in misfortune , who
Precluded , therefore , from advancing in a straight direction , he resolved to
avoid the English military and endeavor to join his friends by making a circuit to
the left , for which a beaten path , deviating from the main road in that direction ...
After much knocking , the proprietor at length showed himself at the window , and
speaking in the English dialect , with great signs of apprehension , demanded
their business . The warrior replied that his quality was an English knight and ...
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Review: WaverleyReseña de usuario - Lauren - Goodreads
It was better than his Tales from my Landlord series, but I guess there's still a little too much random Scottish battles in this one for me, though this was much easier to read than some of his others. Leer reseña completa
Review: WaverleyReseña de usuario - L'Orpailleuse - Goodreads
I read that one in a rush. Couldn't put it down! Leer reseña completa