Catharine Maria Sedgwick Books

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Fanny Mcdermot

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Summary: [A New England tale.--A Berkshire tradition.--The token.--Fanny McDermot.]
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Hope Leslie Volume 1

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Excerpts: [... the poison from my hand, Digby,' said Cradock 'verily, she is but little lower than the angels.' 'What! Miss Hope!' exclaimed Digby, 'would ...... in his face subsided-his brow, which had been drawn to a knot, relaxed, and his whole appearance became natural and tranquil. 'Now,' whispered ...... for Boston, I have forgotten my pills at night, and my tonics in the morning. I wish ...]
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Hope Leslie Volume 2

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Excerpts: [... that this symbol belongethto Sir Philip Gardiner, and that he did use it to fortify his word if so, the credit of his present testimony would be ...... by way of a coup de grace, the Governor should understand he had intentionally acquiesced in the discovery of Rosa's disguise. He would then, as honest ...... hat and shawl, which she had taken care to have at hand. They then passed ...]
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The Linwoods Volume 1

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Excerpts: [... every thing but Bessie, and his sister's letters were brief and vague, and most unsatisfactory. The winter, however, passed rapidly away. Though in ...... very accurate observations. When they took their leave, and twice after they had shut the outer door, Helen called Linwood back for some ...... at a table, served with wine and nuts, but none of those tropical luxuries that had ...]
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The Linwoods Volume 2

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Excerpts: [... gently repulsing her. Bessie, however, without heeding her, pressed forward, and addressing herself to the stranger in an energetic, business sort ...... 2 CHAPTER XXX. I would to Heaven I had your potency, And you were Isabel! should it then be thus? No! I would tell what ...... should go immediately to Sir Henry's. Rose remonstrated. What if he be the poor man you think for, Miss ...]
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The Travellers

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Catharine Maria Sedgwick


Summary: [s A Handbook for Travellers in Spain (1845) marked a defining moment in English travel literature. British tourists were travelling through Europe in increasing numbers and the need for guidebooks was beginning to be supplied by publishers like John Murray. Ford who had gained tremendous knowledge of Spain by extensive travel on horseback wrote this charming account enlivened by humour and ...]
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