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BY THE AUTHOR OF «WAVERLEY.»
'Tis said that words and signs have power
Lay of the Last Minstrel.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
PUBLISHED BY P. DIDOT, SENIOR, RUE DU PONT-DE-LODI,
AND A. AND W. GALIGNANI, 18, RUE VIVIENNE.
Can no rest find me, no private place secure me,
Our narrative now recalls us for a moment to the period when young Hazlewood received his wound. That accident had no sooner happened, than the consequences to Miss Mannering and to himself rushed upon Brown's mind. From the manner in which the muzzle of the piece was pointed when it went off, he had no great fear that the consequences would be fatal. But an arrest in a strange country, and while he was unprovided with any means of establishing his rank and character, was at least to be avoided.