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|And a non surname-based reference in chapter 25
Written by Tom P2
(9/1/2013 5:02 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Chapter 26 of NA, penned by Kathleen Glancy
... Italy, Switzerland, and the south of France might be as fruitful in horrors as they were there represented. Catherine dared not doubt beyond her own country, and even of that, if hard pressed, would have yielded the northern and western extremities.
Here, Catherine appears not to give the benefit of the doubt to various Celts (Scottish, Welsh, and Cornish). For all she knows, they may be as horrid as the continentals! I assume that 'her own country' refers to Britain.
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