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To have and to hold a tale of Virginia in colonial times

Even his King could not force him to give up the woman he loved! One of America's most famous and beloved historical novels.

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  • "Even his King could not force him to give up the woman he loved! One of America's most famous and beloved historical novels."@en
  • "Adventures of a beautiful English girl and her settler husband in Virginia of 1621."@en
  • "Jocelyn, the King's ward, escapes England in a bride-ship bound for the colonies and for her own reasons marries a planter who has decided, on a throw of dice, to come to Jamestown for the arrival of the brides. Their uncertain path is complicated by the arrival of the powerful suitor Jocelyn hoped to escape."
  • "Jocelyn, the King's ward, escapes England in a bride-ship bound for the colonies and for her own reasons marries a planter who has decided--on a throw of dice--to come to Jamestown for the arrival of the brides. Their uncertain path is complicated by the arrival of the powerful suitor Jocelyn hoped to escape."
  • "To Have and To Hold (1900) was wildly popularthe bestselling novel of its year. In the book, Mary Johnston skillfully creates an impressive picture of colonial Jamestown, Virginia, as it struggles to survive. Narrated by Captain Ralph Percy, an English soldier turned settler, To Have and To Hold is an exciting story of how this unrefined yet gentile and chivalric man wins the affection of Lady Jocelyn Leigh, and overcomes his rival, a band of pirates, and several Indian uprisings."
  • "A dauntless hero will do whatever it takes to win the heart of his bride in Mary Johnston's bestselling historical adventure set in colonial Jamestown Captain Percy is the embodiment of bravery. At the suggestion of a friend, he boards a ship to America to stake his claim in the New World-and perhaps even meet the woman of his dreams. Meanwhile, eligible women are setting sail to the very same place on "bride ships" in order to find husbands and forge new lives. Jocelyn Leigh is one such lady. She fled Europe in order to escape an unwanted suitor, but much to her dismay, he follows her across."@en

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  • "History"@en
  • "History"
  • "Digital images"
  • "Digital images"@en
  • "Electronic books"
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"@en
  • "Historical fiction"
  • "Love stories"@en
  • "Love stories"
  • "Christian fiction"@en

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  • "De gekochte bruid"
  • "To have and to hold a tale of Virginia in colonial times"@en
  • "To have and to hold"@en
  • "To have and to hold"
  • "To Have and To Hold"
  • "To Have and To Hold"@en
  • "To Have and to Hold. [A tale.]"@en
  • "To Have and to Hold. [A tale.]"
  • "Qalbī wa-sayfī"
  • "To have and to hold. [Chaps. XXXI-XXXII.]"@en
  • "To have and to hold : a romance of early Virginia"@en
  • "To have to hold"
  • "To Have and to hold"
  • "To Have and to Hold"@en
  • "På kompaniets befallning"
  • "To have and to hold : a tale of providence and perseverance in colonial Jamestown"@en
  • "Para ler e reter : romance norte-americano do tempo colonial"
  • "To have and to hold. [Chaps. I-IV.]"@en
  • "To have and to hold. [Chaps. V-XXX.]"@en
  • "To have and to hold. [Chaps. XXXIII-XXXIX.]"@en

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