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well known for something bad
  • All I feared was to bring notoriety, scandal, on the family—on you and May.
    Chapter 18 (54% in)
  • Only the older people remembered so obscure an incident in the business life of New York as Beaufort's failure, or the fact that after his wife's death he had been quietly married to the notorious Fanny Ring, and had left the country with his new wife, and a little girl who inherited her beauty.
    Chapter 34 (49% in)

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