Sir !' said Delamere, very solemnly, 'I cannot sufficiently express my gratitude for your good opinion of me ; nor my happiness to hear you intend to honour me with a visit at Audley Hall. Upon my word you are too obliging, and I know not how I shall... Emmeline, the orphan of the castle - Page 232by Charlotte Smith - 1789Full view
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...beheld the very Delamere of whom IK had fpoken with fo much affurance, rife up, and advancingtowards him, make a grave bow. " Sir !" faid Delamere, very...Upon " my word you are too obliging, and I " know " know not how I fhall fhew my gratitude !" The ironical tone in which this was delivered, and the...