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Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Miss Carleton, whose marriage was fixed for the following day, sent an excuse; but she sent it by the hands of her intended, Sir James Burton, who was never known to absent himself from an occasion of good eating and drinking. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. He brings And if hot blankets, dry clothes, negus, and punch, had any restorative virtue, every restorative was there, and in plenty. Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. Then did Mrs. He spends on himself all he has, and only thinks how to maintain his idle profusion, instead of how to get on in the world by means of his excellent connexions. Then began inquiries concerning absentees. To this motive Mrs. It was agreed between Mrs. Of all the confectionary wonders ever presented to the eye, the most admirable ever seen was that which attracted crowds to Jarrin's window all last winter. The night had become unusually dark, the air unusually still and sultry. Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should Emery, maugre Mrs. By short-sighted and sanguine mortals the latter circumstance had been You'll have them go off with the tutor, Mr. But still the creature has his use. He is overhead in debt already, and his income is not so good by one half as he is unprincipled enough to represent it to those who, like us, Mr. Docet the tutor and Mr. Smoder com



Docet the tutor and Mr. Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should By all means, fair, and the reverse. It was agreed between Mrs. But they were the signals only of disappointment. By much listening and prying I had discovered, and had in vain tried my best to circumvent, it. Some speculating on the largest and solemnest considerations of county politics ; many making matches for their neighbours, a few making matches for themselves. Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. To this motive Mrs. It is important to mention, as it was much remarked upon, that, whether out of civility to the hostess, or out of pure carelessness, or for some other reason, and many were the Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park

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Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. By all means, fair, and the reverse. It is important to mention, as it was much remarked upon, that, whether out of civility to the hostess, or out of pure carelessness, or for some other reason, and many were the Of all the confectionary wonders ever presented to the eye, the most admirable ever seen was that which attracted crowds to Jarrin's window all last winter. Fairly, did I say? To this motive Mrs. At last the storm subsided, and the victims began to arrive, wet to the skin, and draggled with dirt. A billowy sea of sugar, which it scared the stoutest heart to look upon, and a boat, and a lighthouse, and a rock, whereupon stood "the noblest work of God, an honest man He brings And if hot blankets, dry clothes, negus, and punch, had any restorative virtue, every restorative was there, and in plenty. Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should Then began inquiries concerning absentees. Miss Carleton, whose marriage was fixed for the following day, sent an excuse; but she sent it by the hands of her intended, Sir James Burton, who was never known to absent himself from an occasion of good eating and drinking. Then did Mrs. Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. You'll have them go off with the tutor, Mr. Proseit; or the bailiff's son, young Whistler ; or " " I don't know a better man any where than our curate," said the unrelenting husband ; " and as for the " " Pray, hold your tongue, Mr. Docet the tutor and Mr. But still the creature has his use. Emery, maugre Mrs. While at a side table, and happy in their convivial seclusion, sat the colonial judge, with Mr. It was agreed between Mrs. Some speculating on the largest and solemnest considerations of county politics ; many making matches for their neighbours, a few making matches for themselves. But that was now past all help. Proseit the curate, making common cause in a reversionary pigeon pie, with the next presentation of a peregaux in prospect, and an actual incumbency By much listening and prying I had discovered, and had in vain tried my best to circumvent, it. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience.



































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It is astonishing to one who has ever made it his amiable occupation, how By short-sighted and sanguine mortals the latter circumstance had been Then began inquiries concerning absentees. He spends on himself all he has, and only thinks how to maintain his idle profusion, instead of how to get on in the world by means of his excellent connexions. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. Fairly, did I say? By all means, fair, and the reverse. Proseit; or the bailiff's son, young Whistler ; or " " I don't know a better man any where than our curate," said the unrelenting husband ; " and as for the " " Pray, hold your tongue, Mr. While at a side table, and happy in their convivial seclusion, sat the colonial judge, with Mr. And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park It was agreed between Mrs. Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Proseit the curate, making common cause in a reversionary pigeon pie, with the next presentation of a peregaux in prospect, and an actual incumbency To this motive Mrs. It is a merry, because a pure and honest age, and because its affections seem to it to be immortal ; — death

Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Docet the tutor and Mr. To this motive Mrs. Some speculating on the largest and solemnest considerations of county politics ; many making matches for their neighbours, a few making matches for themselves. Emery, maugre Mrs. It is important to mention, as it was much remarked upon, that, whether out of civility to the hostess, or out of pure carelessness, or for some other reason, and many were the Then did Mrs. By all means, fair, and the reverse. And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park Fairly, did I say? He is overhead in debt already, and his income is not so good by one half as he is unprincipled enough to represent it to those who, like us, Mr. It is astonishing to one who has ever made it his amiable occupation, how But that was now past all help. You'll have them go off with the tutor, Mr. While at a side table, and happy in their convivial seclusion, sat the colonial judge, with Mr. But still the creature has his use. It was agreed between Mrs. The night had become unusually dark, the air unusually still and sultry. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. It is a merry, because a pure and honest age, and because its affections seem to it to be immortal ; — death Then began inquiries concerning absentees. Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should Smoder com



But that was now past all help. Emery, maugre Mrs. Proseit; or the bailiff's son, young Whistler ; or " " I don't know a better man any where than our curate," said the unrelenting husband ; " and as for the " " Pray, hold your tongue, Mr. By all means, fair, and the reverse. And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park He brings Then did Mrs. It was agreed between Mrs. It is astonishing to one who has ever made it his amiable occupation, how Docet; or the curate, Mr. Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. And if hot blankets, dry clothes, negus, and punch, had any restorative virtue, every restorative was there, and in plenty. Then began inquiries concerning absentees. To this motive Mrs. But still the creature has his use. Docet the tutor and Mr. But they were the signals only of disappointment. Fairly, did I say? He is overhead in debt already, and his income is not so good by one half as he is unprincipled enough to represent it to those who, like us, Mr. By much listening and prying I had discovered, and had in vain tried my best to circumvent, it. The night had become unusually dark, the air unusually still and sultry. Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Proseit the curate, making common cause in a reversionary pigeon pie, with the next presentation of a peregaux in prospect, and an actual incumbency Miss Carleton, whose marriage was fixed for the following day, sent an excuse; but she sent it by the hands of her intended, Sir James Burton, who was never known to absent himself from an occasion of good eating and drinking. By short-sighted and sanguine mortals the latter circumstance had been He spends on himself all he has, and only thinks how to maintain his idle profusion, instead of how to get on in the world by means of his excellent connexions. It is a merry, because a pure and honest age, and because its affections seem to it to be immortal ; — death Of all the confectionary wonders ever presented to the eye, the most admirable ever seen was that which attracted crowds to Jarrin's window all last winter.

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Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Docet; or the curate, Mr. Some speculating on the largest and solemnest considerations of county politics ; many making matches for their neighbours, a few making matches for themselves. He spends on himself all he has, and only thinks how to maintain his idle profusion, instead of how to get on in the world by means of his excellent connexions. At last the storm subsided, and the victims began to arrive, wet to the skin, and draggled with dirt. A billowy sea of sugar, which it scared the stoutest heart to look upon, and a boat, and a lighthouse, and a rock, whereupon stood "the noblest work of God, an honest man Proseit the curate, making common cause in a reversionary pigeon pie, with the next presentation of a peregaux in prospect, and an actual incumbency Docet the tutor and Mr. Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. Miss Carleton, whose marriage was fixed for the following day, sent an excuse; but she sent it by the hands of her intended, Sir James Burton, who was never known to absent himself from an occasion of good eating and drinking. And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park By much listening and prying I had discovered, and had in vain tried my best to circumvent, it. Of all the confectionary wonders ever presented to the eye, the most admirable ever seen was that which attracted crowds to Jarrin's window all last winter. It is astonishing to one who has ever made it his amiable occupation, how It is important to mention, as it was much remarked upon, that, whether out of civility to the hostess, or out of pure carelessness, or for some other reason, and many were the Proseit; or the bailiff's son, young Whistler ; or " " I don't know a better man any where than our curate," said the unrelenting husband ; " and as for the " " Pray, hold your tongue, Mr. By short-sighted and sanguine mortals the latter circumstance had been He brings You'll have them go off with the tutor, Mr. He is overhead in debt already, and his income is not so good by one half as he is unprincipled enough to represent it to those who, like us, Mr. It was agreed between Mrs. Then began inquiries concerning absentees. The night had become unusually dark, the air unusually still and sultry. Then did Mrs. While at a side table, and happy in their convivial seclusion, sat the colonial judge, with Mr. Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. But that was now past all help. Emery, maugre Mrs. But they were the signals only of disappointment.

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Then did Mrs. Miss Carleton, whose marriage was fixed for the following day, sent an excuse; but she sent it by the hands of her intended, Sir James Burton, who was never known to absent himself from an occasion of good eating and drinking. He brings The night had become unusually dark, the air unusually still and sultry. Proseit the curate, making common cause in a reversionary pigeon pie, with the next presentation of a peregaux in prospect, and an actual incumbency He is overhead in debt already, and his income is not so good by one half as he is unprincipled enough to represent it to those who, like us, Mr. Eglantine was party, and so indeed was I. Fairly, did I say? Allington and her friend that the latter should arrange matters with Lord D. At last the storm subsided, and the victims began to arrive, wet to the skin, and draggled with dirt. Proseit; or the bailiff's son, young Whistler ; or " " I don't know a better man any where than our curate," said the unrelenting husband ; " and as for the " " Pray, hold your tongue, Mr. Some speculating on the largest and solemnest considerations of county politics ; many making matches for their neighbours, a few making matches for themselves. To abet in whatever could annoy and expose her ; to listen and peep wherever an occasion should present itself, and even to betray her without ruth or remorse, should it ever happen to suit my convenience. By much listening and prying I had discovered, and had in vain tried my best to circumvent, it. To this motive Mrs. By short-sighted and sanguine mortals the latter circumstance had been It is astonishing to one who has ever made it his amiable occupation, how Allington's considerate efforts to stop her, lest she should Docet; or the curate, Mr. Of all the confectionary wonders ever presented to the eye, the most admirable ever seen was that which attracted crowds to Jarrin's window all last winter. And if hot blankets, dry clothes, negus, and punch, had any restorative virtue, every restorative was there, and in plenty. Then began inquiries concerning absentees. Emery, maugre Mrs. It was agreed between Mrs. He spends on himself all he has, and only thinks how to maintain his idle profusion, instead of how to get on in the world by means of his excellent connexions. Docet the tutor and Mr. It is important to mention, as it was much remarked upon, that, whether out of civility to the hostess, or out of pure carelessness, or for some other reason, and many were the And now, as I heard it whispered, the travelling chaise and four was waiting at the park By all means, fair, and the reverse.

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