The Betrothed (Manzoni)

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THE


BETROTHED.



FROM THE ITALIAN


OF


ALESSANDRO MANZONI.








LONDON:
RICHARD BENTLEY, 8. NEW BURLINGTON STREET
(SUCCESSOR TO HENRY COLBURN)

BELL AND BRADFUTE, EDINBURGH;
AND CUMMING, DUBLIN.

1834.

Manzoni - The Betrothed, 1834.djvu

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The street was deserted before him; but,
behind him, the terrible cry still resounded,
"Seize him! stop him! a poisoner!
"

So saying, he passed his arm around the neck
of the Unknown, who after resisting a moment,
yielded, quite vanquished by this impulse of
kindness, and fell on the neck of the Cardinal
in an agony of repentence
.

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