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Deadman's By Mary Gaunt,

  • Title: Deadman's
  • Author: Mary Gaunt
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Deadman s was originally published in 1898 It is set in the Victorian goldfields of the 1850s, and the name is derived from the name of a creek where gold has been found, and where the hero, Commissioner Jocelyn Ruthven, is in command Ruthven has been foolish enough to entangle himself with a girl utterly wanting in education and refinement, the daughter of a digger su Deadman s was originally published in 1898 It is set in the Victorian goldfields of the 1850s, and the name is derived from the name of a creek where gold has been found, and where the hero, Commissioner Jocelyn Ruthven, is in command Ruthven has been foolish enough to entangle himself with a girl utterly wanting in education and refinement, the daughter of a digger suspected of a than disreputable past, and an Irishwoman who is frankly impossible Through the interference of a certain Mrs Langdon, whom Ruthven s youthful enthusiasm has idealised from a vain and self sufficient reality into an angel of purity and goodness, he attempts to set matters right by a hasty marriage, which turns out a disastrous failure for both parties How the right woman turns up too late, and how the irrelevant wife redeems herself and at the same time removes the obstacle between the lovers by an act of heroic self sacrifice, are fully detailed in the pages of Deadman s, while affairs on the newly discovered gold fields, including a promising riot put down with vigor, but bearing bitter fruit in subsequent months for the staunch and plucky commissioner, are described in lively and convincing fashion.
    Deadman s Deadman s was originally published in It is set in the Victorian goldfields of the s and the name is derived from the name of a creek where gold has been found and where the hero Commissio

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