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Cottagers of Glenburnie; A Tales for the Farmer's Ingle-Nook


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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. 1822. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER V. Mrs Mason's Story concluded. " As soon as the doctors thought it safe for me to speak to them, the children were brought to see me; and you may imagine what joy it gave me to embrace the little darlings, and to hear them tell me, that they knew I had saved their lives; and that God had permitted me to save them, because He loved me for being good.--Pretty little creatures I shall never forget how their fond expressions went to my heart. They were attended by Peggy, who was sent for by my lady, and taken back into her service, as soon as she learned all the history of the impositions practised by Dickens to get her away. I was, however, grieved by the bad accounts of my lady's health. She continued poorly, and my lord thinking she would be better in the country, took a furnished house at Richmond, about four miles from London, where she was shortly after delivered of a dead child. Her recovery was long doubtful; and by the doctor's advice, my lord went with her to spend the summer at Clifton, for the benefit of drinking the Bristol waters; which had so good an effect on her constitution, that by the time I went there I found her restored to almost perfect health. On going to Clifton, I was received by my lord and lady more like a friend than a servant. They indeed told me that 1 was to be as a servant no longer; for that I was henceforth to be English governess to their children, with a salary of thirty pounds a-year. A Swiss governess for the youngladieshad been already some weeks with them; and though, I confess, I had a sort of prejudice against her at first on account of her being a foreigner, I soon found that she was a person of great integrity, and had a truly pious and amiable mind. She was as agreeably disappointed in me as I was in her; for...

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Autor Hamilton, Elizabeth
Editura Read Books
Dimensiuni 216 x 139 x 16
Data Publicarii 05/04/2012
Format Necartonata
Numar pagini 256
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