A Lad of Mettle
by Nat Gould
Nathaniel Gould commonly known as Nat Gould, was a British novelist. Gould was born at Manchester, Lancashire, the only surviving child of Nathaniel Gould, a tea merchant, and his wife Mary, né...More on Nat Gould
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