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I did what I could to fulfil thy wish when I bade thee have Count Stephen come here, although what we had heard of him was so little of the sort to make me long for such a guest, because I knew that more than for aught else in the world thou didst long for the perpetuation of the Von Rittenberg name by my becoming his wife. ...She came into the hall with her niece prepared to subject the guest to a searching examination, such as she knew herself to be abundantly able to conduct; but for almost the only time in her life the ancient dame found herself from the first moment so completely under the spell of the stranger that she gave herself up unquestioningly to the charm of his presence and his conversation, without even an attempt to force him to give an account of himself.
About Arlo Bates, the Author:
^ a b c Arlo Bates Dies- Author of Many Books and Teacher at Institute of Technology, New York, NY: The New York Times, August 26, 1918, p....Categories: 1850 births1918 deathsAmerican newspaper editorsAmerican novelistsAmerican poetsBowdoin College alumniFellows of the American Academy of Arts and SciencesMassachusetts Institute of Technology facultyPeople from Washington County, Maine