The Works Of Henry Fielding (volume 7); With An Essay On His Life And Genius by Henry FieldingThe Works Of Henry Fielding (volume 7); With An Essay On His Life And Genius by Henry Fielding

The Works Of Henry Fielding (volume 7); With An Essay On His Life And Genius

byHenry Fielding

Paperback | January 2, 2012

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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1903. Excerpt: ... at a fault. He was just alighted from his horse, and had many attendants at his heels. Here, reader, it may be necessary to acquaint thee with some matters, which, if thou dost know already, thou art wiser than I take thee to be. And this information thou shalt receive in the next chapter. CHAPTER VH. In which are concluded the adventures that happened at the inn at Upton. In the first place, then, this gentleman just arrived was no other person than Squire Western himself, who was come hither in pursuit of his daughter; and had he fortunately been two hours earlier, he had not only found her, but his niece into the bargain; for such was the wife of Mr. Fitzpatrick, who had run away with her five years before, out of the custody of that sage lady, Madam Western. Now this lady had departed from the inn much about the same time with Sophia; for having been waked by the voice of her husband, she had sent up for the landlady, and being by her apprized of the matter, had bribed the good woman, at an extravagant price, to furnish her with horses for her escape. Such prevalence had money in this family; and though the mistress would have turned away her maid for a corrupt hussy, if she had known as much as the reader, yet she was no more proof against corruption herself than poor Susan had been. Mr. Western and his nephew were not known to one another; nor indeed would the former have taken any VOL. VII. D notice of the latter, if he had known him; for this being a stolen match, and consequently an unnatural one in the opinion of the good squire, he had, from the time of her committing it, abandoned the poor young creature, who was then no more than eighteen, as a monster, and had never since suffered her to be named in his presence. The kitchen was now a scene of universal confusion, West...
Title:The Works Of Henry Fielding (volume 7); With An Essay On His Life And GeniusFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.34 inPublished:January 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217896634

ISBN - 13:9780217896634