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A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIFTH A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIFTH

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIFTH
LETTER the FIFTHFrom a YOUNG LADY very much in love to her FreindMy Uncle gets more stingy, my Aunt more particular, and I more inlove every day. What shall we all be at this rate by the end ofthe year! I had this morning the happiness of receiving thefollowing Letter from my dear Musgrove.Sackville St: Janry 7thIt is a month to day since I first beheld my lovely Henrietta,and the sacred anniversary must and shall be kept in a mannerbecoming the day--by writing to her. Never shall I forget themoment when her Beauties first broke on... Nonfictions - Post by : blansinger - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1059

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FOURTH A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FOURTH

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FOURTH
LETTER the FOURTHFrom a YOUNG LADY rather impertinent to her freindWe dined yesterday with Mr Evelyn where we were introduced to avery agreable looking Girl his Cousin. I was extremely pleasedwith her appearance, for added to the charms of an engaging face,her manner and voice had something peculiarly interesting inthem. So much so, that they inspired me with a great curiosityto know the history of her Life, who were her Parents shecame from, and what had befallen her, for it was then only knownthat she was a relation of Mr Evelyn, and that her name wasGrenville. In... Nonfictions - Post by : rlpublic - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1851

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the THIRD A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the THIRD

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the THIRD
LETTER the THIRDFrom a YOUNG LADY in distressed Circumstances to her freindA few days ago I was at a private Ball given by Mr Ashburnham.As my Mother never goes out she entrusted me to the care of LadyGreville who did me the honour of calling for me in her way andof allowing me to sit forwards, which is a favour about which Iam very indifferent especially as I know it is considered asconfering a great obligation on me "So Miss Maria (said herLadyship as she saw me advancing to the door of the Carriage) youseem very smart to night-- MY... Nonfictions - Post by : khobar_12 - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1149

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the SECOND A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the SECOND

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the SECOND
LETTER the SECONDFrom a YOUNG LADY crossed in Love to her freindWhy should this last disappointment hang so heavily on myspirits? Why should I feel it more, why should it wound medeeper than those I have experienced before? Can it be that Ihave a greater affection for Willoughby than I had for hisamiable predecessors? Or is it that our feelings become moreacute from being often wounded? I must suppose my dear Bellethat this is the Case, since I am not conscious of being moresincerely attached to Willoughby than I was to Neville, Fitzowen,or either of the Crawfords,... Nonfictions - Post by : sarsuelo - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1248

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIRST A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIRST

A Collection Of Letters - LETTER the FIRST
LETTER the FIRSTFrom a MOTHER to her FREIND.My Children begin now to claim all my attention in differentManner from that in which they have been used to receive it, asthey are now arrived at that age when it is necessary for them insome measure to become conversant with the World, My Augusta is17 and her sister scarcely a twelvemonth younger. I flattermyself that their education has been such as will not disgracetheir appearance in the World, and that THEY will not disgracetheir Education I have every reason to beleive. Indeed they aresweet Girls--. Sensible yet unaffected--Accomplished yet Easy--.Lively... Nonfictions - Post by : MartyNicholas - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 648

Scraps - A TALE Scraps - A TALE

Scraps - A TALE
A TALE.A Gentleman whose family name I shall conceal, bought a smallCottage in Pembrokeshire about two years ago. This daring Actionwas suggested to him by his elder Brother who promised to furnishtwo rooms and a Closet for him, provided he would take a smallhouse near the borders of an extensive Forest, and about threeMiles from the Sea. Wilhelminus gladly accepted the offer andcontinued for some time searching after such a retreat when hewas one morning agreably releived from his suspence by readingthis advertisement in a Newspaper.TO BE LETTA Neat Cottage on the borders of an extensive forest and aboutthree... Nonfictions - Post by : omnits - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 805

Scraps - A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY Scraps - A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY

Scraps - A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY
A TOUR THROUGH WALES--in a LETTER from a YOUNG LADY--My Dear ClaraI have been so long on the ramble that I have not till now had itin my power to thank you for your Letter--. We left our dear homeon last Monday month; and proceeded on our tour through Wales,which is a principality contiguous to England and gives the titleto the Prince of Wales. We travelled on horseback by preference.My Mother rode upon our little poney and Fanny and I walked byher side or rather ran, for my Mother is so fond of riding fastthat she galloped all the way.... Nonfictions - Post by : poppymay - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2509

Scraps - A LETTER from a YOUNG LADY Scraps - A LETTER from a YOUNG LADY

Scraps - A LETTER from a YOUNG LADY
A LETTER from a YOUNG LADY, whose feelings being too strong forher Judgement led her into the commission of Errors which herHeart disapproved.Many have been the cares and vicissitudes of my past life, mybeloved Ellinor, and the only consolation I feel for theirbitterness is that on a close examination of my conduct, I amconvinced that I have strictly deserved them. I murdered myfather at a very early period of my Life, I have since murderedmy Mother, and I am now going to murder my Sister. I havechanged my religion so often that at present I have not an ideaof... Nonfictions - Post by : Kevin_C - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1762

Scraps - The First Act Of A Comedy Scraps - The First Act Of A Comedy

Scraps - The First Act Of A Comedy
THE FIRST ACT OF A COMEDYCHARACTERSPopgun Maria Charles Pistolletta Postilion Hostess Chorus of ploughboys and trephon Cook and ChloeSCENE--AN INNENTER Hostess, Charles, Maria, and Cook.Hostess to Maria) If the gentry in the Lion should want beds,shew them number 9.Maria) Yes Mistress.-- EXIT MariaHostess to Cook) If their Honours... Nonfictions - Post by : gojac - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1774

Scraps - The Female Philosopher--A Letter Scraps - The Female Philosopher--A Letter

Scraps - The Female Philosopher--A Letter
THE FEMALE PHILOSOPHERA LETTERMy Dear LouisaYour friend Mr Millar called upon us yesterday in his way toBath, whither he is going for his health; two of his daughterswere with him, but the eldest and the three Boys are with theirMother in Sussex. Though you have often told me that Miss Millarwas remarkably handsome, you never mentioned anything of herSisters' beauty; yet they are certainly extremely pretty. I'llgive you their description.--Julia is eighteen; with acountenance in which Modesty, Sense and Dignity are happilyblended, she has a form which at once presents you with Grace,Elegance and Symmetry. Charlotte who is... Nonfictions - Post by : meissen - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 3117

Scraps - To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTEN Scraps - To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTEN

Scraps - To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTEN
To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTENMY Dear NeiceAs I am prevented by the great distance between Rowling andSteventon from superintending your Education myself, the care ofwhich will probably on that account devolve on your Father andMother, I think it is my particular Duty to Prevent your feelingas much as possible the want of my personal instructions, byaddressing to you on paper my Opinions and Admonitions on theconduct of Young Women, which you will find expressed in thefollowing pages.--I am my dear NeiceYour affectionate AuntThe Author.... Nonfictions - Post by : runtonk - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 1051

The History Of England - Content The History Of England - Content

The History Of England - Content
HENRY the 4thHenry the 4th ascended the throne of England much to his ownsatisfaction in the year 1399, after having prevailed on hiscousin and predecessor Richard the 2nd, to resign it to him, andto retire for the rest of his life to Pomfret Castle hehappened to be murdered. It is to be supposed that Henry wasmarried, since he had certainly four sons, but it is not in mypower to inform the Reader who was his wife. Be this as it may,he did not live for ever, but falling ill, his son the Prince ofWales came and took away the crown;... Nonfictions - Post by : jamesfw - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2595

The History Of England - Introduction The History Of England - Introduction

The History Of England - Introduction
THE HISTORY OF ENGLANDFROM THE REIGN OF HENRY THE 4TH TO THE DEATH OF CHARLES THE 1STBY A PARTIAL, PREJUDICED, AND IGNORANT HISTORIAN.To Miss Austen, eldest daughter ofthe Rev. George Austen, this work is inscribed with all due respect byTHE AUTHOR.N.B. There will be very few Dates in this History.... Nonfictions - Post by : albefree - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 613

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the TENTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the TENTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the TENTH
LETTER the TENTHFrom Miss MARGARET LESLEY to Miss CHARLOTTE LUTTERELLPortman Square April 13thMY DEAR CHARLOTTEWe left Lesley-Castle on the 28th of last Month, and arrivedsafely in London after a Journey of seven Days; I had thepleasure of finding your Letter here waiting my Arrival, forwhich you have my grateful Thanks. Ah! my dear Freind I everyday more regret the serene and tranquil Pleasures of the Castlewe have left, in exchange for the uncertain and unequalAmusements of this vaunted City. Not that I will pretend toassert that these uncertain and unequal Amusements are in theleast Degree unpleasing... Long Stories - Post by : Jason_Cox - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2618

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the NINTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the NINTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the NINTH
LETTER the NINTHMrs MARLOWE to Miss LUTTERELLGrosvenor Street, April 10thNeed I say my dear Eloisa how wellcome your letter was to me Icannot give a greater proof of the pleasure I received from it,or of the Desire I feel that our Correspondence may be regularand frequent than by setting you so good an example as I now doin answering it before the end of the week--. But do not imaginethat I claim any merit in being so punctual; on the contrary Iassure you, that it is a far greater Gratification to me to writeto you, than to spend the Evening... Long Stories - Post by : coorsrd - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2472

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the EIGHTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the EIGHTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the EIGHTH
LETTER the EIGHTHMiss LUTTERELL to Mrs MARLOWEBristol April 4thI feel myself greatly obliged to you my dear Emma for such a markof your affection as I flatter myself was conveyed in theproposal you made me of our Corresponding; I assure you that itwill be a great releif to me to write to you and as long as myHealth and Spirits will allow me, you will find me a veryconstant correspondent; I will not say an entertaining one, foryou know my situation suffciently not to be ignorant that in meMirth would be improper and I know my own Heart... Long Stories - Post by : keithebryan - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2314

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SEVENTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SEVENTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SEVENTH
LETTER the SEVENTHFrom Miss C. LUTTERELL to Miss M. LESLEYBristol the 27th of MarchI have received Letters from you and your Mother-in-law withinthis week which have greatly entertained me, as I find by themthat you are both downright jealous of each others Beauty. It isvery odd that two pretty Women tho' actually Mother and Daughtercannot be in the same House without falling out about theirfaces. Do be convinced that you are both perfectly handsome andsay no more of the Matter. I suppose this letter must bedirected to Portman Square where probably (great as is youraffection for Lesley Castle)... Long Stories - Post by : Softwarepak - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 3118

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SIXTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SIXTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the SIXTH
LETTER the SIXTHLADY LESLEY to Miss CHARLOTTE LUTTERELLLesley-Castle March 20thWe arrived here my sweet Freind about a fortnight ago, and Ialready heartily repent that I ever left our charming House inPortman-square for such a dismal old weather-beaten Castle asthis. You can form no idea sufficiently hideous, of its dungeon-like form. It is actually perched upon a Rock to appearance sototally inaccessible, that I expected to have been pulled up by arope; and sincerely repented having gratified my curiosity tobehold my Daughters at the expence of being obliged to entertheir prison in so dangerous... Long Stories - Post by : CustomSecretary - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2268

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FIFTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FIFTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FIFTH
LETTER the FIFTHMiss MARGARET LESLEY to Miss CHARLOTTE LUTTERELLLesley-Castle March 18thOn the same day that I received your last kind letter, Matildareceived one from Sir George which was dated from Edinburgh, andinformed us that he should do himself the pleasure of introducingLady Lesley to us on the following evening. This as you maysuppose considerably surprised us, particularly as your accountof her Ladyship had given us reason to imagine there was littlechance of her visiting Scotland at a time that London must be sogay. As it was our business however to be delighted at such amark... Long Stories - Post by : Bizrus - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 2741

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FOURTH Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FOURTH

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel In Letters - LETTER the FOURTH
LETTER the FOURTHFrom Miss C. LUTTERELL to Miss M. LESLEYBristol February 27thMy Dear PeggyI have but just received your letter, which being directed toSussex while I was at Bristol was obliged to be forwarded to mehere, and from some unaccountable Delay, has but this instantreached me--. I return you many thanks for the account itcontains of Lesley's acquaintance, Love and Marriage with Louisa,which has not the less entertained me for having often beenrepeated to me before.I have the satisfaction of informing you that we have everyreason to imagine our pantry is by this time nearly... Long Stories - Post by : msingathi - Date : May 2011 - Author : Jane Austen - Read : 3187