Barbara Hofland Books

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Decision A Tale

  [english | 1824]  

Barbara Hofland


Summary: [The captain had learned to hate. It was his profession?and his personal reason for going on. But even hatred has to be channeled for its maximum use and no truths exist forever.]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 439

Moderation A Tale

  [english | 1825]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... one day, and the next to strip herself for some worthless object of charity, as to be left in a poverty disgraceful to us all. Does she not class my ...... to the late, and aunts to the present, Lord Alfreton, an infant. They were highly accomplished women, the eldest was esteemed very handsome, and very ...... as the apostle who should convert her family, reform the neighbourhood, ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | religionDownloads: 350

Patience

  [english | 1824]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... might influence her choice of a home, she eventually fixed upon a residence in the delightful village of Crickhowel, in South Wales, which combined with ...... the house. She then accompanied her father and Louisa to church, it is true but alas. the Sunday was nearly as much without religion, as the week had ...... has so inimitably defined, it invariably happened that the husband ...]
Genres: [young readers | canadian literatureDownloads: 497

Rich Boys And Poor Boys

  [english | 1833]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... As little William Foster the son of a small farmer was trudging homewards with a basket. Page 85.]. RICH BOYS and POOR BOYS,. And other Tales. Mrs. ...... in which a decent person could sit down, although it was certain, both the baro and his lady spent many a half-hour there in tolerable composure. Regular ...... and by perpetual activity and cheerful industry, well merited her ...]
Genres: [short story collectionDownloads: 289

The Affectionate Brothers

  [english | 1816]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... an excellent husband, cut off in the prime of his life, and the bereaved mourners wept over their loss together. Mrs. Harewood was an excellent mother, ...... a little fellow will match him: and if even the most trifling exertion of bodily force was put in effect against the stripling, on account of his personal ...... consumed the whole of her husband's income. The anxiety she ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 258

The Clergyman Widow And Her Young Family

  [english | 1812]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... we are ill provided to bear: but you,' added he, 'you are young, and cannot be supposed to understand these things. Come and see me to-morrow, and ...... with humble thankfulness, Be it unto me according to thy will, my Father and my God. for thy promise is precious to my heart I can leave my fatherless ...... and the widow, finding that delay only increased the pang of parting-a ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 195

The Daughter In Law Her Father Family

  [english | 1812]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... necessity of renewing the subject.. You surprise me, my love the child is in general so tractable and good, that I had no idea she could do any ...... awakening grief, even to agony, in the throbbing heart of the poor child, yet she contrived so to bring forward examples and exhortations, that, ...... where her mother lay, and carefully opening the door, she entered the room, and ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 451

The Good Grandmother And Her Offspring

  [english | 1828]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... young man, that I should resemble my father in any respect. No. I most solemnly promise, that I will be a different husband to what he has ever been. ...... a window that looked into the street on a procession of gay volunteers, or a military parade. The country was to her a hateful prison, presenting not ...... on doing this himself, without either considering the difference of ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 264

The History Of A Merchant Widow And Her Young Family

  [english | 1814]  

Barbara Hofland


Excerpts: [... high character for probity, regularity, and activity. He had succeeded his father in the concern, so that his whole life had been passed in the enjoyment ...... own house, as we have already seen and, though every means were had recourse to, as is usual in such cases, all help was found vain that form, so fondly ...... than is necessary to provide an asylum for my little ones: my ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 193