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The Carbonels

Auhtor: Charlotte Mary Yonge

Language: english

Genres:

fiction and literature,  religion,  young readers
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Review by O. Brown, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Carbonels':

... 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, unluckily, in her nervousness and blindness from tears, she pulled up ...
... All in sport.. Strange sport, said the captain, to teach a poor helpless lad, who ought to be as innocent as a babe, that abominable blasphemy.. He ...
... felt cheered up and hopeful. . Chapter Seven. Sunday School. she Hastens To The Sunday School. Jane Taylor.CHAPTER SEVEN. SUNDAY SCHOOL. She ...
... sides of the room, Edmund's sword, pistols, and spurs hanging over the mantelpiece, and his guns, shot-belts, powder-horn, and fishing-rods on hooks on ...
... print of some story or newspaper. On the wall hung a few black iles, and all was very fairly neat, whatever the room might be shut off by a wooden partition, ...
... October the new beginning was to be made. The new curate, Mr Harford, arrived, and spent his first few days at Greenhow, while looking out for a lodging ...
... saying but Edmund was standing up, looking quite judicial. Did you get their parents' permission. he demanded. No, of course I never should.. Then ...
... already announced that he would never again employ his cousin after another of these peculations, he kept to his word, and in spite of Molly's tears ...
... to take me in but-. You need not be afraid of the journey. Mrs Barnard will come for you.. Oh yes, ma'am, I know but there's my sister, ...
... of the Carbonels, the feast was monthly after his coming but the first time the aged people were there, and all lingered, George Hewlett, the clerk, ...
... park-like with iron railings between, so that the pretty gentle Alderney cows could be plainly seen. The skim-milk afforded by those same cows went ...
... near she put out her hand to pull him on his knees, so that his ear might be close to her, and whispered, Jack Swing is coming to Greenhow to-morrow.. The ...
... it be.. Captain Carbonel-out at Uphill.. Never heard tell of the place.. It's out beyond Poppleby.. My. And you've comed all that way ...
... into a row, nor let themselves be drawn into what they would be sorry for. At the Fox and Hounds they tarried and demanded a glass of beer all round, ...
... ere Captain Carbonel rode on to overtake the rest of the troop, who, on hearing that the outrage was really taking place, were riding on rapidly. Mrs ...
... the alarm, urged the same upon him. It ended in a guard being told off, consisting of Cox, the constable of Uphill, who had emerged from no one knew where, ...
... mischief-maker, being a young clerk whose head had been turned by foolish notions about liberty for the people, and who really acted more generously, ...
... he would only have been poor Dan Hewlett, and his wife would have had all the pity due to widowhood but everybody fought shy of him, and the ...