Mentoria; Or, The Young Ladies Instructor, In Familiar Conversations: or, The young ladies instructor, in familiar conversations by Ann MurryMentoria; Or, The Young Ladies Instructor, In Familiar Conversations: or, The young ladies instructor, in familiar conversations by Ann Murry

Mentoria; Or, The Young Ladies Instructor, In Familiar Conversations: or, The young ladies…

byAnn Murry

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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. 1807. Excerpt: ... DIALOGUE IV. THURSDAY. On Elocution And Geography. Afentoria, Before I begin the business allotted For this morning, I shall congratulate you en your brother's arrival from Harrow, and beg the favour of Lady Louisa to inform him I shall be extremely glad of his company; which undoubtedly will be an addition to your happiness. Lady Louisa. My dear Men tor ia, I will fetch him this moment; as I know he will rejoice to join our party. Lady L. returns, introducing her brother, Lord George. You cannot imagine how rejoiced Lord George George was to come; and he would bring hia books to read to you. Ment. I thought it might be agreeable to your Lordship to spend some of your leisure hours with your sisters; which induced me to request the favour of your company. I will join with them in endeavouring to make the holiday as cheerful to you as possible, 1 hope you will not think it lessens your consequence as a man, to be taught by a governess, and have young ladies for your school-fellows and, companions. Lord George. Not in the least, Maclam: I shall esteem myself much obliged to you for permitting me to partake of your instruction, Ment. Pray, my Lord, who is your particular friend at school? Do any of Miss Simple's brothers or cousins go to Harrow? The family of the Simples is so numerous, I think wherever one goes there is some branch of it. Lord G. I recollect several of that name; but he who is the most remarkable is Sir Si,, man Simple, cousin to the Miss Simple you know. Ment. By what quality is he so particularly distinguished? 1 fear by none that does him credit. D 3 Lord Lord G. When we are conning our lessons, he is playing at marbles; so that when his master is to hear his task, he cannot say it; for which he gets flogged: and when we are at play, he ...
Title:Mentoria; Or, The Young Ladies Instructor, In Familiar Conversations: or, The young ladies…Format:PaperbackDimensions:46 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.1 inPublished:February 5, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217235662

ISBN - 13:9780217235662

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