rank, power, or wealth, but gifted with genius and spirit,

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grades were all being taken up by the younger sons of noble families,

rank, power, or wealth, but gifted with genius and spirit,

and men without the article to their names found promotion difficult.

rank, power, or wealth, but gifted with genius and spirit,

Oscar's sole ambition was to leave the Guards and be appointed sub-

rank, power, or wealth, but gifted with genius and spirit,

lieutenant in a regiment of the cavalry of the line. In the month of

February, 1830, Madame Clapart obtained this promotion for her son

through the influence of Madame la Dauphine, granted to the Abbe

Gaudron, now rector of Saint-Pauls.

Although Oscar outwardly professed to be devoted to the Bourbons, in



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