內容簡介 In an effort to maintain his family's estate, Sir George Vernon attempts to broker a marriage between his daughter and his cousin--despite her reservations. The union will secure the long-term ownership of Haddon Hall. Sir George Vernon is desperate to maintain ownership of Haddon Hall. He is in a legal dispute with his cousin Rupert, who is using his government power and influence to obtain the property. Sir George's daughter Dorothy is in love with John Manners, but her father plans to marry her off to Rupert as part of the land deal. This leads to Dorothy and John eloping, which forces Sir George to find another way to retain the family estate. Sydney Grundy and Arthur Sullivan explore the exciting origin of one of England's most notable properties. It's a captivating interpretation of the Vernon's story told from a unique point of view. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Haddon Hall is both modern and readable.