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Seats Of The Mighty, The, Volume 3

by Gilbert Parker

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The British are in the midst of a war. The French have obtained the local Indians as allies. And in order for England to wrench Quebec away from French rule, they must win these terrible battles. . . .

Robert Moray was captured when the French took Fort Necessity, and he is now prisoner at the citadel. He must attempt to escape as well as save the lovely Mademoiselle Alixe Duvarny before the Seven Years' War reaches her home and destroys everything that she holds dear.


Gilbert Parker was a British author who made his fame by writing about Canada and its inhabitants. His most noted works are The Right of Way and The Weavers, both of which were, in their day, among the top ten bestselling novels in America. The Right of Way was on the list in 1901 and 1902, while The Weavers was on the list in 1907 and 1908. The Seats of the Mighty was made into a film in 1914 in which John Barrymore starred.

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Doltaire laughed at my surprise, and as he showed me inside the palace said: "There is no barber in the world like Voban. Interesting interesting! I love to watch his eye when he draws the razor down my throat. It would be so easy to fetch it across; but Voban, as you see, is not a man of absolute conviction. It will be sport, some day, to put Bigot's valet to bed with a broken leg or a fit of spleen, and send Voban to shave him."



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