Einmeline suspended her tea making, and looked astonished. Mrs. Ashwood seemed surprised. But Delamere, who had at first felt inclined to be angry at the folly and forwardness of Elkerton, was now so struck with the ridicule of the circumstances, that... Emmeline, the orphan of the castle - Page 232by Charlotte Smith - 1789Full view
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Charlotte Smith - 1788
...feemed furprized. But Delamere, who had at firft felt inclined to be angry at the folly and forwardnefs of Elkerton, was now fo ftruck with the ridicule of...with great indignation took his glafs to furvey who it was that had thus violated the rules of good breeding; but great was his difmay and aftonifhment,...