Diary And Letters Of Madame D'arblay; As Ed. By Her Niece Charlotte Barrett Volume 4 by Fanny BurneyDiary And Letters Of Madame D'arblay; As Ed. By Her Niece Charlotte Barrett Volume 4 by Fanny Burney

Diary And Letters Of Madame D'arblay; As Ed. By Her Niece Charlotte Barrett Volume 4

byFanny Burney

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...ourselves, and Lady Crewe named to me the numerous personages of rank who passed on before us for presentation. But every time any one espied her and approached, she named me also; an honour to which I was very averse. This I intimated, but to no purpose; she went on her own way. The curious stares this produced, in my embarrassed state of spirits, from recent grief, were really painful to sustain; but when the seriousness of my representation forced her to see that I was truly in earnest in my desire to remain unnoticed, she was so much vexed, and even provoked, that she very gravely begged that, if such were the case, I would move a little further from her; saying, " If one must be so ill-natured to people as not to name you, I had rather not seem to know who you are myself." When, at length, her ladyship's chariot was announced, we drove to Great Cumberland Place, Lady Crewe being so kind as to convey me to Mrs. Angerstein. As Lady Crewe was too much in haste to alight, the sweet Amelia Angerstein came to the carriage to speak to her, and to make known that a letter had arrived from M. de la Chatre relative to my presentation, which, by a mistake of address, had not come in time for my reception. I must here copy the note which was written in answer to Mrs. Angerstein's inquiries relative to my mode of proceeding. A Madame Angerstein. Ce 22 Avril, 1814. Je n'ai pu prendre quo ce matin les ordres de Madame la Duchesse d'Angouleme, qui sera tres aise de recevoir Madame d'Arblay entre trois heures et trois heures et demie. II faudra demander en arrivant au No. 72, South Audley Street, Madame la Duchesse de Serrent. Le Eoi, qui de'sira voir Madame d'Arblay, et qui la recevra avec grand plaisir, sous le double rapport de son nom actuel et de celui...
Title:Diary And Letters Of Madame D'arblay; As Ed. By Her Niece Charlotte Barrett Volume 4Format:PaperbackDimensions:164 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.35 inPublished:July 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217203701

ISBN - 13:9780217203708

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