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    The King of Thailand is titled Head of State, Head of the Armed Forces, the Upholder of the Buddhist religion and the Defender of all Faiths.
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    Lost in a woodland daydream, cherubic eighteen-year-old Anita Lavenham is awoken from a reverie inspired by a sermon about the Devil by the sonorous voice of a handsome gentleman asking her to open the gate she’s leaning on – a gentleman whose imperious, yet raffish air leads her to think that he is Lucifer personified!
    Anita and her two sisters are impoverished after the loss of their father and their Mama’s illness – and soon she is obliged
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    but equally he was too much of a sportsman not to realise that the combination of Ilex and Nightingall had produced an outstanding performance
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    I am glad you have come, Dorkins,” she said. “Please do up my gown for me.”
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    There was nothing he could do but take the Countess onto the dance floor, thinking as he did so that the Baron was overdoing it.
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    “I will try of course,” the Marquis replied, “but I may need your help.
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    “But at the same time it is a question of man to man, and the strongest wins, even if he does hold a pistol in one hand.”
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    The Marquis of Wayne to see you, sir!”

    “Again?” the General exclaimed
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    The Marquis of Wayne to see you, sir!”

    “Again?” the General exclaimed.

    He glanced at the clock with a surprised expression in his eyes.

    He was not used to such early callers, but he said reluctantly,

    “Very well, Hawkins. Show his Lordship in.”

    A few seconds later the Marquis appeared, as usual exquisitely dressed, but the General thought that he looked thinner and there was something drawn about his face that he had not noticed previously.

    “Please don’t get up, General,” the Marquis said, as the General was about to rise. “I apologise for calling at such an hour.”

    The General did not reply, he merely sat back in his chair with his shrewd eyes on the Marquis’s face.

    There was no doubt that he did in fact look different from when he had called ten days earlier.

    “I have come to you in desperation!” the Marquis began after a moment
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    there was an expression on his face that the General did not understand
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