The Baronet; A Novel, Founded on Facts Volume 1

The Baronet; A Novel, Founded on Facts Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1800 edition. Excerpt: Turkey, as he had, from being clerk with Mr. Lincoln, some knowledge of that business. After further converse on the 'Subject, Harry acquiesced; and in twelve months fronr the period of the worthy Lincoln's death, ' received the hand of his aamd Charlotte, W115 resided with the Pearsonstill Harry became her husband: and they parted with-mutual regret, for Mr. and 'Miss Pearson' had treated Charlotte withthe utmost attention and' tenderness; and which, from the sweetness '-oil 0f'11er' disposition, and inclination to i Oblige, she really merited. Harry and his Charlotte were blessed in each other, -there was a conformity in their tempers, mannersiand pursuits, that "thought met' thought, and will prevented will." CHAP.. hope of future success. " MONCEATH found his fo1'tune in-' crease, in consequence of his first adventure; and he had established a correspondencc at Smyrna, that gaveihim every. Harry and Charlotte' continued their intimacy with the Pearsons with the same. friendship' as ever; and when at 'Alderi ) manbury one evening, were-introduced' to" a Captain and Mrs. Seymour, very ami-'ii able able people. Mrs. 'Seymour was an ele-' gant, lively, . agreeable woman, and felt a paitiality for Mrs. Monceath, before she had-been many hours in her company.' That on Charlotte's side was re ciprocal, and a friendship ensued, that death alone terminated. A few months after the intimacy took place, Captain Seymour was ordered to Gibralter; and, as Mrs. Seymour was an unfasizionaible 'zefi'e, -she designed to accompany her husband thither; and he being also as unfashionable in this particular, more

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  • Paperback | 24 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 64g
  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236789288
  • 9781236789280