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make / manufacturer: Serta iseries Hybrid
model name / number: King Size Mattress
size / dimensions: 76 x 80

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The Square Pegs Some Americans Who Dared To Be Different
By Irving Wallace

He was soon taken from Paris and enrolled in the Jesuit
College at Namur, Belgium, near Liege. The change seems
to have distressed him. The only record Harden-Hickey left
of that experience was in an autobiographical novel. Souvenirs of a Govm eux, published in Paris during 1877.
Gommeux was slang of that period for dandy. In this novel
Harden-Hickey sends his hero, Henri, “son of wealthy
though honest people,” to a Jesuit College in Belgium. “ Lock
up the youth, as is the habit nowadays,” wrote HardenHickey, “and they become sullen, unhealthy; their sap dries
up.”
After the Jesuit College, Harden-Hickey was sent to the
University of Leipzig for two years to study law. W hen
he was nineteen it was agreed that he would make the French
Arm y his career. He passed the competitive examinations for
the Military College established by Napoleon I in 1808 at
Saint-Cyr-L’£cole, three miles west of Versailles.
This, apparently, was more like it. In Saint-Cyr, where students wore
uniforms, swords, and monarchist manners, Harden-Hickey
had little difficulty in conjuring up a very real picture of
the imperial court.

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