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" tis James! " was uttered at the same moment by Catherine; and, on catching the young men's eyes, the horse was immediately checked with a violence which almost threw him on his haunches, and the servant having now scampered up, the gentlemen jumped out,... "
The Novels of Jane Austen ... - Page 33
by Jane Austen - 1895
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Northanger Abbey

Jane Austen - 1833 - 440 pages
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, " Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother!" ' " Good heaven ! 'tis James !" was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey: A Novel

Jane Austen - Books and reading - 1848 - 2 pages
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, " Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother !" " Good heaven ! 'tis James !" was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey: A Novel

Jane Austen - English fiction - 1856 - 440 pages
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, " Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother !" " Good heaven ! 'tis James !" was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure...
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Northanger Abbey: A Novel

Jane Austen - 1870 - 429 pages
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, ' Delightful ! Mr. Morland and my brother !' ' Good heaven! 'tis James!' was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey: And Persuasion

Jane Austen - 1871 - 446 pages
...was of short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, "Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother!" "Good heaven! 'tis James!" was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey

James Edward Austen-Leigh - English literature - 1882
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, ' Delightful ! Mr. Morland and my brother!' ' Good heaven ! 'tis James!' was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey [with Her "Persuasion".]

Jane Austen - 1882
...short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, ' Delightful ! Mr. Morland and my brother!' ' Good heaven ! 'tis James!' was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey: And Persuasion

Jane Austen - 1890 - 446 pages
...of short duration, for she looked again, and exclaimed, "Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother!" " Good heaven! 'tis James!" was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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Northanger Abbey

Jane Austen - Books and reading - 1892 - 308 pages
...was of short duration; for she looked again, and exclaimed, "Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother!" "Good heaven! 'tis James! " was uttered at the same...jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by whom this meeting was wholly unexpected, received her brother with the liveliest pleasure;...
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The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science ..., Volume 2

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Nathan Haskell Dole, Julian Hawthorne, Caroline Ticknor - Literature - 1901
...“Delightful! Mr. Morland and my brother!” Good Heaven! ‘t is James!” was uttered at the same oment by Catherine; and on catching the young men's eyes,...threw him on his haunches; and the servant having now scam¿ pered up, the gentlemen jumped out, and the equipage was delivered to his care. Catherine, by...
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