At the death-bed of his dying “nurse” Raymond Loraine receives the news that she is his actual mother, and that he is not the rightful Lord Rosenbury but the son of the estate gardner, and entreats him to restore all rightful claims to the title he holds.
Trusting that his mother’s secret has died along with her, Raymond vows to himself that he will never relinquish the lifestyle and luxuries that he has always enjoyed.
Written by Mrs. Harriet Newell (O’Brien) Lewis (1841-1878) and published in 1892 as “Eagle Series” No. 474. 241 pages; 29 chapters; 84,000 words.