For the Term of His Natural Life by Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke

For the Term of His Natural Life

By Marcus Andrew Hislop Clarke

  • Release Date: 1881-01-01
  • Genre: Historical
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On the evening of May 3, 1827, the garden of a large red-brick bow-windowed mansion called North End House, which, enclosed in spacious grounds, stands on the eastern height of Hampstead Heath, between Finchley Road and the Chestnut Avenue, was the scene of a domestic tragedy. Three persons were the actors in it. One was an old man, whose white hair and wrinkled face gave token that he was at least sixty years of age. He stood erect with his back to the wall, which separates the garden from the Heath, in the attitude of one surprised into sudden passion, and held uplifted the heavy ebony cane upon which he was ordinarily accustomed to lean.


  • Perfect insight into life in Australia during settlement.

    By ALZee
    One of my favourite books. I try to read this at least once a year. Reminds me of 'The Count of Monte Cristo' but better. A story of tragedy.
  • hate & love.

    By WitteKop.1
    the two are very much the same,and it can happen to be coming from the same person