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A Modern Telemachus

  [english | 1886]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... there are no goddesses now.'. 'I heard M. de la Mede tell that pretty lady with the diamond butterfly that she was his goddess so there are.'. 'You ...... be for ever beholden to you, and you will make a wounded heart to sing, besides perhaps saving a noble young spirit.'. 'Madame makes me impatient ...... with the melancholy bodings within it, as she sat motionless under the ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 0

Abbeychurch

  [english | 1872]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Summary: [To learn more about how to self development through self control]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 453

Aunt Charlotte Stories Of Greek History

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Summary: [Aunt Charlotte S Stories Of Greek History by Charlotte Mary Yonge. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. Henry Horn s X-Ray Eye Glasses is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Dwight V. Swain is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of Dwight V. Swain then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 377

Cameos From English History From Rollo To Edward Ii

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... the Saxon earl. Another fugitive in Hereward's camp was the high-spirited Abbot Frithric, whose steady opposition to the illegal encroachments ...... and the workmen began to pull down the old one, which had been built by St. Oswald, he stood watching them in silence, till at last he shed tears. ...... limits will only allow us to dwell on those through whom the Crusade is ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 74

Countess Kate

  [english | 1862]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... with round white well-cushioned limbs Kate was tall, skinny, and brown, though perfectly healthful. The face of the one was round and rosy, of ...... Whatever she had been in her day- dreams, she was only his own little frightened Kate now and she tried to shrink behind him as the footman preceded ...... noises and strange sights that terrified her companion. She never believed ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 301

Friarswood Post Office

  [english | 1860]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... but that was the worst of them-they never told untruths, never did anything mean or unfair, and could always be made sorry when they had been in fault. ...... to her cheeks. 'I don't know what good it can do me to lie here.' cried Alfred. 'Oh, but, Alfred, it must.'. 'I tell you,' exclaimed the poor boy, ...... his neck, and gave such a re-echoing switch to the poor pony, that ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 291

Grisly Grisell

  [english | 1906]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... to the yeomen and archers, and others of the meine, where they certainly had no business. It appeared that the good and portly lady had last ...... to all the laws of pagedom, he was too angry not to argue the point. 'Twas no doing of mine. She knew not how to cut the bird.. Answering again ...... more narrow windows along the side of the room, and that beside her bed had the ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 240

History Of France

  [english | 1882]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... the Burgundians, in the east, around the Jura while the Franks, coming over the rivers in its unprotected north-eastern corner, and making themselves ...... places. Cries broke out, God wills it. and multitudes thronged to receive crosses cut out in cloth, which were fastened to the shoulder, and pledged ...... manners taught in castle courts, was softening the demeanour of knights ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 60

John Keble Parishes

  [english | 1898]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... opened in the centre, but scarcely searched at all on the sides. In July they found four or five urns of unbaked clay in one barrow-of early British ...... by them lies within the limits of the vicarage. The value of the benefice, as rated in the King's Book, is 9 pounds per annum, and the tenths are ...... were made on the translators of the Psalms, seeing drunkards made them on ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 416

Lady Hester

  [english | 1874]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... knew him and often halted there on hunting expeditions, so they went into the house-very nicely furnished, a pretty parlour with muslin curtains, a ...... to use the knowledge against her father but she must have been always a passive, docile being, and they made her tell all that was wanted, and sign ...... make me out crazy, but Lord Trevorsham knows better. Do not you, my father....]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 113

Little Lucy Wonderful Globe

  [english | 1871]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... not America. Lucy knew that her elderly brother understood what it was, but it was not worth troubling her head about, only somehow it made ships go ...... herself. She had her dolls, to be sure, and the little dog Don, to play with, and sometimes Mr. Bunker would let her make funny things with the dough, ...... for her own little plump, pinky hands did almost tingle to handle and ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 381

Modern Broods

  [english | 1900]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... demanded Thekla. Something like it, Thekla. You shall hear about it after dinner. And Magdalen felt her colour flushing up under all those ...... Mrs. Best, as both elders burst out laughing and Agatha said, in an undertone, Don't make yourself such a goose, Vera.. I should think it rather ...... Vanderkist, the very most charming looking being I ever did see and Ivinghoe had ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 399

More Bywords

  [english | 1890]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Summary: [Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 - 24 May 1901) was an English novelist known for her huge output now mostly out of print.]
Genres: [short story collectionDownloads: 387

Old Times At Otterbourne

  [english | 1891]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... Times at Otterbourne. Author: Charlotte M. Yonge. Release Date: February 19, 2008 [eBook #24651]. Transcribed from the 1891 Warren and Son edition ...... rent and fines. The trees were carefully guarded. Only one good timber tree on each holding in the life- time of a tenant might be cut by the Lord of ...... protecting these curious paintings, and, sad to say, one evening, I ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 375

Pioneers And Founders

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... convicts and having observed that the most respectable of these were such as had married, or whose wives had come out to them, he begged that, for ...... whom they had found on the throne, solemnly burn his idols, and profess himself a Christian. From that time the island has been Christian. The ...... but was induced to become his companion in his explorations in South Africa. ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 276

Scenes And Characters

  [english | 1847]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... 'Yes, but you do not remember the old ones, Lily' then, after a pause, he added, 'It was a grievous mistake to shut up the castle all these years. ...... head, 'Claude, I'll tell you what-'. 'Well, what.' said Claude. 'I should like to kiss you.'. Then away she bounded, clattered down stairs, ...... that you would have that poor dear merry Master Phyl sent to school, she would pine ...]
Genres: [short story collectionDownloads: 407

Sowing And Sewing

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Summary: [Charlotte Mary Yonge (11 August 1823 - 24 May 1901) was an English novelist known for her huge output now mostly out of print.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 357

The Carbonels

  [english | ]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... to soak my bread, Every day and every night Warm and fresh, and sweet and bright. J. Taylor. Darkness had descended before there had been time to do ...... THREE. THE TURNIP FIELD. You ask me why the poor complain, And these have answered thee. Southey. Hullo, Molly Hewlett, who'd ha' thought of ...... creeping on, shaking, trembling, and crying, under the pelting of the storm but, ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | religion | young readersDownloads: 439

The Chosen People

  [english | 1859]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... more force and spirit than was to be found among the dwellers in milder climates. LESSON II. THE PATRIARCHS. The God of glory appeared unto our ...... plagues and wonders that were sent on the country were such as to show that their gods were no gods since their river, the glory of their land, became ...... victory over the Ethiopians, he destroyed the idol, and put her down from ...]
Genres: [history | religion | young readersDownloads: 236

The Herd Boy And His Hermit

  [english | 1900]  

Charlotte Mary Yonge


Excerpts: [... have her home, and Mother Doll shall see to her, for she needs it sure, poor bairn. She is asleep already.'. So she was, with her head nestled into ...... the two children had in addressing one another changed the homely singular pronoun to the more polite, if less grammatical, second person ...... bounded round them. 'You have heard,' he said, half smiling, and half embarrassed. ...]
Genres: [romance | fiction and literatureDownloads: 479
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