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The Italian; Or the Confessional of the Black Penitents. a Romance. by Ann Radcliffe, in Three Volumes. (Paperback)

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: perfon fhc had feen, and that, though he was wounded, vengeance might give him firength to ftrike his fiiletto at the heart of whomfoever approached him, while the dufkinefs of the place would fk- thc deed. She was yet at the entrance of the paflage, fearful to enter, and reluctant to leave it, liflening for a found, and ftill hearing at intervals, fwelling though feeble groans; when quick Heps were fuddenly heard advancing up the grand avenue, and prefently her own name vas repeated loudly in the voice of Schedoni. His manner was hurried as he advanced to meet her, and he threw an eager glance round the court. " We mult be gone," laid he, in a low tone, and taking her arm within his. " Have you feen any one pafs ?" .. . " I have feen a wounded man enter the court," replied Ellena, " and feared he was yourfelf." " Where ? " Where?—Which way did he gol" inquired Schedoni, eagerly, while his eyes glowed, and his countenance became fell. EHena, inftantly comprehending his motive for the queftion, would not acknowledge that fhe knew whither Spa- latro had withdrawn ; and, reminding him of the danger of their fituation, fhe entreated that they might quit the Villa immediately. " The fun is already fet," fhe added. '' I tremble at what may be the perils of this place at fuch an oblcure hour, and even at what may be thofe of our road at a later !" " You .are fure he was wounded?" faid the Confeflbr. u Too fure," replied Ellena, faintly. " Too fure!" flernly exclaimed Sche- doni. " Let us depart, my father; O let us go this iaftant !" repeated Ellena. "What ''." What is the meaning of all this !'' afked Schedoni, with anger. You cannot, furely, have the weaknefs to pity this fellow!" ''". It is terrible to fee any one fuffer," faid Ellena. " Do not, by remain...



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