The History Of Sir Charles Grandison, Bart (volume 5) by Samuel RichardsonThe History Of Sir Charles Grandison, Bart (volume 5) by Samuel Richardson

The History Of Sir Charles Grandison, Bart (volume 5)

bySamuel Richardson

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1902. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Let my aunt Eleanor (no more Nell, if I can help it) know how good I continue to be. And now I will relieve you and myself, with the assurance that I am, and ever will be, notwithstanding yours and Lord L----'s past severity to me, . ... i Your truly affectionate sister, .?? . .' Charlotte G . .l . ". LETTER XVI LADY G , TO LADY L - ,,, Selby-house, Monday, July 24.* Lord bless me, my dear, what shall we do? My brother, in all probability, may, by this time !--But I cannot tell how to suppose it!--Ah, the poor Harriet! The three letters from my brother, which, by the permission of Dr. Bartlett, I enclose, will shew you that the Italian affair is now at a crisis. i i Read them in this place; and return them sealed up, and directed to the doctor. . . i . , . . .... il .... r. i . i Hl ". , ,| LETTER XVII i SIR CHARLES GRANDISON, TO DR. BARTLETT"" Florence, Wednesday, July 5-16. Three weeks have now past since the date of my last letter to my paternal friend. Nor has it, in the main, * Several letters, written in the space between the last date, June 16, and the present, which give an account of their diversions, visits, entertainments, at Selby-house, Shirleymanor, &c, are omitted. ..i... i ., been a disagreeable space of time; since within it I have had the pleasure of hearing from you and other of my friends in England; from those at Paris; and good news from Bologna, wherever I moved, as well from the bishop and Father Marescotti, as from Mr. Lowther The bishop particularly tells me, that they ascribe to the amendment of the brother, the hopes they now have of the sister's recovery. I passed near a fortnight of this time at Naples and Portici. The general, and his lady, who is one of the best of women, made it equally t...
Title:The History Of Sir Charles Grandison, Bart (volume 5)Format:PaperbackDimensions:100 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.21 inPublished:January 10, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217756646

ISBN - 13:9780217756648