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.. „;The''casp 'proved but; another illustration of how women employed by foreign P<pv/ors go to work to secure naval and military :;3creW., , .Parrott made the nc-quaintanc-3 of n woman'.at-a music-hall, and immediately, became one of her most ardent admiv-evs^—so much so, in fact, that he Tdrgtii hisduty and complied with her wishes when shc^ asked him to provide her i,vith information regarding secrets of the Navy. .■■■;■■:'

/ Tlie case' csilb to mind that of the •.notorious French beauty, : La.Belle Lisoi?,,.:wb6,tiT.apod n young French of-'.{iccr.:..'-'ljieutori'aut ■ 'Illmo, with her charm si l^mdi^g .that the lieutenant had.^not siifficient money to" satisfy her extra vngantj tastes; tlxg worn Pin ■'suggested to him that he might replenish his pi?j-so by selling some of his cbnntry's secrets, to'a. foreifp Powfir. At first he scoffed ,at; the idea, but" when she 1 threoicried to 'lprtv?',h-im ho capitiilated. : >;Biit-:;Jiis/'bip.t-^.ya'r''wra:' Pdisc<^cr^t vTjefoVe any great li-inn was done, and the wo™.an who Had rr.i^pdhim was the "prin■■■oipnl '"witrjfes .to. vostifv-.- against' him.. : : A.nd- iiow. -Liout'vnhri^ TT.hno' is' spending ttj(;>,rost ; .of ;his clr;; r '? l>oh.ind prison bars.; ..•-.-•■.'■■■',..•• i.-.-.v .-." '.r'::;-." :/ ■-•■•■ •'■'■■■'•■ .■■■■•.■• -:■■■•'• ■ -

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A NOTORIOUS ADVENTURESS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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A NOTORIOUS ADVENTURESS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8818, 14 March 1914

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