The School for Widows: A Novel ...

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T. Hookham, 1791
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Page 255 - ... living. A third widow is introduced, whose story is more romantic, but at the end of the book she, like her friends, is still free. Miss Reeve would not spoil her moral by remarriages. " All of us have had our respective trials," writes Mrs. Darnford. "... We have all worked our way through them. I trust we are all the better for them ; and we certainly have the better title to the blessings that remain to us.
Page 152 - Sir! is it you ?—They tell me, that, though you have been married to her many months, you have not had courage enough to bed her.
Page 153 - I fpeak it?—Her dear hands were tied behind her, and her feet tied together!
Page 166 - We went into the hall, which is, indeed, too large for the houfe.

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