Emmeline, the orphan of the castle, Volume 2

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Page 146 - battening on the moor" of low and degrading debauchery. Mrs. Stafford, who had been married to him at fifteen, had long been
Page 145 - the tedium of life. Tho' married very early, and tho' father of a numerous family, he had thrown away the time and money,
Page 207 - with which it is covered, is broken by wild and uncultured glens } where, among the broom, hawthorn and birch, of the
Page 227 - This experiment was made in a party from Tunbridge to Lewes Races, where I had the delight of dancing for the
Page 37 - Welch mountains, and who was born
Page 146 - a woman who was the delight of her friends and the admiration of her acquaintance,
Page 226 - if he could have gratified, with a better grace* her love of admiration. But his friends undertook to court her for him
Page 230 - my father introduced Mr. Trelawny, and left the room. I concluded he was come to engage me for the evening, and felt
Page 228 - admiration I excited, intoxicated me with vanity. My partner, who had been introduced to me by a man of high rank
Page 206 - and now the property of a collegiate body, deeply indents the arable ground beyond, it, and. fringes the feet of the

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