Hopes and Fears
"[...]him, and it was wise to choose one accustomed to the country and able to carry out his plans. The personal feeling might go, but veneration survived. Mrs. Charlecote never rested till she had learnt all the particulars. It was a dashing, fashionable family, and Miss Charteris had been the gayest of the gay, till she had been impressed by Mr. Sandbrook's ministrations. From pope to lover, Honor knew how easy was the transition; but she zealously nursed her admiration for the beauty, who was exchanging her gaieties for the forest missions; she made her mother write cordially, and send out a pretty gift, and treated as a personal affront all reports of the Charteris disapprobation, and of the self-will of the young people. They were married, and the next news that[...].""
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- 152.4 x 228.6 x 33.53mm | 970.68g
- 10 Mar 2015
- Illustrations, black and white