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If the reader has been interested in the fate of Herbert Llewellen, he will, perhaps, be pained to find him, after so long a separation, so miserably situated. His own slight sketch of bis history will be sufficient to give all the necessary information respecting his captivity, but there are a few incidents connected with his friend Margarita, that it will be well to relate VOL. III.