The School for Widows: A Novel ...

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T. Hookham, 1791

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Page 287 - the children are to be taken from her, and put under the care of the other guardians, who are to be accountable for the rents till his
Page 52 - ^coachman is at boardwages, and lives with his family. She buys a quarter of mutton every week, and has it cut
Page 282 - that he had allowed me to love him ! I was awed, and frightened; yet I could not take any blame to
Page 52 - only to put you in mind of good dinners, and create an appetite, without gratifying it.
Page 296 - cottages, was a cruel and wicked policy, and had a tendency to depopulate the villages, and
Page 122 - he dined at one, drank tea at five, fupped at eight, and went to bed
Page 287 - the whole rents and income of his fortune during the minority of his children
Page 52 - they live upon mutton and mutton through the year. She has a. large
Page 256 - things work together for good to thofe who love and obey thee.
Page 307 - young people; to pervert their good principles, and ~give them bad ones

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