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LADY DELMAR: A NOVEL OF TO-DAY.

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¡ALL RIGHTS KESER FED. 1 LADY DELMAR: A NOVEL OF TO-DAY. I By THOMAS TERRcLL AND T. L. Vl H I T SYNOPSIS. A waif nained Jess, about whose parentage ti.ei e is great mystery, is adopted by a ttocialh-t leader, Alman Strange, and an old lapidary named Boron, who has escaped from Siberia, and is now await- ing the return of his son and wife from that place. Strange falls in love with his ward, but Jes cornea across Lord Delmar, a nobleman of loose Character, during an elcciion contest, who wins her affections. He intends to lull Iler scruples fcy a false Scotch marriage and then desert her. Jess rejects Grange's offer of love, and, persuaded ty Delmar, leaves tie home of her childhood and slopes with him.

CHAPTER XV.—(CONTINUED.)

---CHAPTEli XVI.

BOOK II.

"DINGED IF I DON'T DO IT."

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