The Prisoner in the Opal

The Prisoner in the Opal Summary

When Mr. Julius Ricardo spoke of a gentleman - and the word was perhaps a thought too frequent upon his tongue - he meant a man who added to other fastidious qualities a sound knowledge of red wine. He could not eliminate that item from his definition. No! A gentleman must have the great vintage years and the seven growths tabled in their order upon his mind as legibly as Calais was tabled on the heart of the Tudor Queen

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