Ethelinde, or The recluse of the lake, Volume 4

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Page 269 - I wifh that we had both been born to a deftiny as humble as his, and that even now you could learn to prefer the quiet comfortable cottage on the border of...
Page 86 - Charles, endure to fee your wife, the lovely, delicate, and graceful Ethelinde, employed in the occupations of a laundrefs or a domeftic?
Page 135 - Edward, you had no right to doit, and it was very plain you confidered them more than my daughter's children, though they in fact have the only claim to it, or than my daughter herfelf.

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