Thelma is sitting on the cliffs overlooking the sea. Suddenly Thelma sees a yacht, which proves to be that of Sir Philip Errington, who is cruising the Northern Seas. He lands with his chum, Sir George Lorimer. They ask the natives the way to Olaf Guildmar's home. They proceed to the Viking's house. Sir Philip knocks at the door, which is opened. Olaf greets them cordially and takes a strong fancy to Sir Philip. He invites the two young men into the house to dinner. Later on Sir Philip asks Olaf for the hand of Thelma and is accepted. They are married and sail for England. A year has passed and Thelma is very unhappy. Lady Wilfred, who is in love with Sir Philip unknown to him, places a letter where Thelma can see it. The letter pretends to be in answer to Sir Philip. Thelma finds the letter, reads it and goes to her room. Her heart is breaking and she makes up her mind to go back to her father. She writes a note and leaves at once. Arriving home she finds her father dying. She tells ...
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