The Great Mogul
by Louis Tracy
Publisher: Edward J. Clode 1905
Number of pages: 340
Sir Thomas Cave, of Stanford in Northamptonshire, a worthy Knight who held his wisdom of greater repute at court than did his royal Master, was led by the glamour of a fine summer’s afternoon in the year 1608 to fulfil a long-deferred promise to his daughter. This classic story of an Englishman's time in exotic colonial India includes illustrations and an active table of contents for easy naviagation.
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by Louis Tracy - Project Gutenberg
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I wish to assure the reader that every incident in this book casting discredit on the invaders of Belgium is founded on actual fact. I refer those who may doubt the truth of this statement to the official records published by the Government.