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'By 'old renegade' we mean John Desmond, merchant and money-lender of this city, who it is said has more wealth than any other man in all this rich colony, ay, even enough to set up a mighty estate in England, if he so chose,' replied Vivian; 'and by 'our fair ally' we mean his daughter Mary, as fine and fair a woman as these two eyes ever gazed upon. ...'I must return to Sir William,' said Vivian, as he left, 'but Waters will take you to your quarters.—Here, Waters, see that Captain Montague and Lieutenant Melville are made comfortable.'
About Joseph A. (Joseph Alexander) Altsheler, the Author:
He started working for the New York World in 1892, first as the paper's Hawaiian correspondent and then as the editor of the World's tri-weekly magazine. ...McIlvaine, 9 short stories (5 civil war stories and 4 adventure stories), and an autobiographical essay entitled 'What the Home-comers Saw' (1895–1919)