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Issue Details: First known date: 1882... 1882 Bell's Confession
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Romance set it Wales, Ireland and London. True lovers, Hugh Lloyd, master of Frewellyn, and his mother's ward, Madge Otterburn, are separated by the jealous schemings of his cousin Bell Verschoyle. After three years of suffering separation, Bell's fiancée dies and in her grief she confesses her plot. They are reunited and she dies, remorseful and contrite. Slight, competently written. (PB)

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  • From Yankee Blade.

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    England,
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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