Ellicott, Martin Ellicott, Martin, Mon parrain: Julian’s godfather "mon parrain". Martin is long retired from his position as valet to the Duke of Roxton. He went on the Grand Tour with Julian when his godson was exiled to the Continent. Martin lives in quiet solitude in a small Queen Anne house on the outskirts of Bath and once a week he spends an afternoon in French Conversation with Deborah Cavendish. He is utterly devoted to the Duke and Duchess and their children and once a year he spends a month with the family at the ducal seat Treat. With almost thirty years of service to the Duke, he is fastidious about his person and silently critical of others who do not measure up to the sartorial standards set by his master the elderly Duke.
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