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I Do but Follow (First Novel Library No.117)

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I Do but Follow (First Novel Library No.117)
The real hero of this historical novel is the famous Marquis of Montrose, of whose character and exploits no one ever tires of reading. There have been many portraits of Montrose, but few more clear and attractive than that given in this romantic and dramatic story. It begins in 1644, when Montrose then a fugative in Perthshire, goes north to rally men to the king's cause. Among his followers is Alan Ware, a student who falls in love with a young woman whom he rescues from a malevolent rival, and, after many adventures in Montrose's cause, eventually marries.
page at front of book missing
book vgc 
1955

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Author(s):
Margaret Scutt
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
Hutchinson

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I Do but Follow (First Novel Library No.117)
The real hero of this historical novel is the famous Marquis of Montrose, of whose character and exploits no one ever tires of reading. There have been many portraits of Montrose, but few more clear and attractive than that given in this romantic and dramatic story. It begins in 1644, when Montrose then a fugative in Perthshire, goes north to rally men to the king's cause. Among his followers is Alan Ware, a student who falls in love with a young woman whom he rescues from a malevolent rival, and, after many adventures in Montrose's cause, eventually marries.
page at front of book missing
book vgc 
1955

Author(s):
Margaret Scutt
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
Hutchinson

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