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Excerpt from Who Is the Bridegroom?, Vol. 3 of 3
Elinor, naturally of a plotting and in triguing mind, directly thought of a scheme, which would enable her, perhaps, in time, to obtain her father's forgiveness, and be again restored to her parental home; and what was still better, accord ing to her ideas, to become the heiress to her father's immense property. She there fore contrived to spread the intelligence amongst a small circle, where herfather used occasionally to visit, that Edgar Atheling, the child under the care of Mrs. Clarkson, was hers, and that her frequent calls at her cottage was to see this boy by stealth.
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