Following a disappointment in love, Lord Brereton assumes the name of Charles Fownes, arranges passage to the American Colonies as a bondservant, and finds a place with Squire Meredith, a wealthy New Jersey landowner.
When Charles falls in love with the squire's daughter, Janice, she is sent to live with an aunt in Boston. Janice learns of the planned British troop movement to the Lexington arsenal and gives the warning that results in Paul Revere's ride. Charles reveals his true station and becomes an aide to Washington.follow
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When he is captured by the British, Janice arranges his escape and later helps him learn the disposition of the British troops at Trenton. Janice returns to her home and agrees to marry Philemon Hennion, an aristocrat of her father's choosing. Charles and some Continental troops halt the wedding and confiscate the Meredith lands. Janice flees to Philadelphia, and Charles follows her.
He is arrested but is freed when the British general, Howe, recognizes Charles as his old friend, Lord Brereton. Janice and her father retire with the British to Yorktown. During the bombardment by Washington's forces, Lord Clowes binds Janice and abducts her in his coach. Charles rescues her.
With peace restored, Janice and Charles meet at Mount Vernon, where they are to be married in the presence of President Washington. As with Yolanda , this film was not considered to be a hit, but the trade papers reported a record-breaking run at the Cosmopolitan Theater in New York. Other scenes were filmed on Lake Placid. The film received generally good reviews. The large cast included W. Fields in his feature film debut. Davies and Fields had worked together in the edition of the "Ziegfeld Follies. Text unmarked.
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Janice Meredith, a Story Of the American Revolution
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Book in good minus condition with solid cloth boards. Nice old faded blue details on front including sabers, crown, lettering. In ce nter is 3 inch oval surrounded by silver dots. Paper pasteup illustration in center has some scuffing. Spine is sun darkened with faded blue lettering and silver heart and points of crown.
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Published by NY Dodd Mead Paste down oval pictorial cover rubbed. Binding sunned esp spine, edge wear, line down ft cover. Illustrated by Color frontis. Condition: VG. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition considering its age. Seller Inventory X1. Published by Dodd, Mead and Co. About this Item: Dodd, Mead and Co. Dust Jacket Condition: Not Issued. Tan cloth, lettered in blue-gray, with front cover color pastedown illus. Minor soiling to covers, spine panel toned, text block edges typically dulled by age.
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