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WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER I: A calm serenity imperceptibly lightened the weight which had before burdened him: indescribable sensations expanded his soul, while tears of agonizing rapture started to his eyes. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER II: Misfortunes had rendered him misanthropical. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER III: No force of words shall any longer cause me to stay. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER IV: The springing tide of youthful blood flowed warmly through his veins. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER IX: His silver locks floated on his shoulders, his full eyes beamed with lustre, and an air of pity and disdain sat on his features. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER V: The strong cast of thought was legible in every line of his aspect. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER VI: His penetration was lynx-eyed, and his glance seemed to lay open to the soul. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER VII: You will turn your eye inwards, and view the tempest of your mind. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER VIII: When you follow the dictates of your heart, without consulting your judgment, you resemble a man who swallows poison with his eyes shut; you should not act according to impulse, but reason. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER X: Agonizing emotions gathered round his heart, he could have wept. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XI: Like a slender reed, he was depressed by one wind, and raised by another; the sport of jarring elements, the child of circumstance, and the slave of predicament. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XII: Reason is never erroneous, but false sentiment may be your destruction. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XIII: When your notions are properly considered, by the solid light of reason, they will resemble glow-worms, whose false glare disappears beneath the rays of the sun, and shows them as they really are paltry insects, which can only glitter in darkness. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XIV: I am neither a fool nor a misanthrope, yet will I never sacrifice my feelings at the shrine of custom; the world are my associates, but not my despots. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XIX: Devil! contemplate thy victim! King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XV: To countenance vice, is to participate in it. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XVI: Keep your sensibility a slave to your reason; if you continue thus, you are a lunatic, and a mad house your best asylum: the man that tramples on reason, and is hurried away by his feelings, is mad. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XVII: The veil of superstition and bigotry was now snatched away; a field of pleasure burst on her sight; new ideas shot ac ross her mind; myriads of thoughts awakened. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XVIII: I found my son, but I found him, a villain. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XX: They tell one of strange stories of heaven and hell. I do believe they think me mad Hark! the cannons roar the dogs are mad the moon looks on them with contempt. I am surrounded by stars they rain on me they run along my face, and sparkle before my eyes palm-trees shoot on my hands my heart-strings feel on fire. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXI: A weak mind must not be tampered with; nor dangerous doubts infused into a flimsy understanding: you might as well put a loaded pistol into the hands of a baby. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXII: Let us vow, over the cold form of Sophia, to tear him to atoms. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXIII: She used his principles as a sanction for vice a free charter for licentiousness; and at once laid aside every scruple. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXIV: He had ever accustomed himself to think deeply, nor gave a thought to the dangers of philosophy, or the terrors of deep reflection. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXIX: I can but regard myself as an incendiary, murdering the peace of families. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXV: Can any thing be more absurd than such a man's turning up his eyes to heaven, and whetting his dagger on his prayer-book? What religion do you call this? King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXVI: Shall I scratch out the word Heaven? No; it looks so like blasphemy -- and yet I think I am an atheist -- Ah! if there is a God, can I hope for mercy after this? King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXVII: The moon shone on his ghastly features, and his gleaming eyes were covered with the film of death. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXVIII: The voice of gaiety shall, perhaps, torture the ears of the emaciated captive, who wistfully gazes through his ironed lattice, and sends forth his neglected sighs. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXX: Action is the soul of existence, but inactivity is the lethargy of the mind. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXXI: Dare not accuse me of ingratitude: this is but the practical part of your own theory. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXXII: Not even you ought to be witness to my extravagances; I mean to give a full scope to my feelings, to be a citizen at large, and to act for awhile without restraint. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXXIII: Miserable man! what art thou? he exclaimed, as his foot crushed the purple vintage that ran neglected on the ground. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. I: CHAPTER XXXIV: His thoughts almost drove him to madness. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER I: 'The tall thistle, and the flowers of the field, sprung, unmolested, round her pensive grave.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER II: 'The events of past years now seem as the visions of yesterday. Ah! would the dear seclusion had never ceased! King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER III: 'It glares on my mental eye it sits on my heart-strings it stalks through my brain: on the green, in the valley, in the world, in the wilderness, it rises to appall: I see it, I feel it; I hear it. King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER IV: 'Fancy spangled every scene, and his soul was dissolved in a sea of dreams.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER IX: 'This is the base compound between the head and the heart; the dream of sophistry, the prostitution of Reason.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER V: 'How cruel to deprive a parent of his child!' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER VI: 'How darest thou say thy prayers, and plan a murder! Sheathe your weapon, and blush when next you pray!' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER VII: 'A degree of enthusiastic madness strung every nerve with rash courage he forbore to think.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER VIII: 'Self-interest is the law of nature; and the most indefinable sensations obliquely spring from the contaminated source.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER X: 'Why do I thus fly my enemies? Am I not innocent? Let me then boldly rush forward, and crush the persecuting blood hounds into oblivion.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XI: 'Thou too hast murdered the hopes of a parent.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XII: 'Drag me to the deserts chain me to a rock let the vultures tear my heart sink me into madness and despair heap misery on me, till I fall in love with anguish, and leap, into the arms of death.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XIII: 'But in vain the dream of happiness was dispersed for ever.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XIV: 'What meant that scene of blood, for which my miserable husband is now breaking his heart in prison, till the day of execution arrives?' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XIX: 'I shall now die easy; the words of comfort still vibrate in my ears.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XV: 'Are you aware of the consequences of your accusation? or am I to regard you as one bereft of reason?' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XVI: 'Not a ray of compassion illumed the cloud of blood, which settled on his soul.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XVII: 'Death has sent me to you, as a sample of his power.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XVIII: 'You are indeed the child of error, but not of vice.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XX: 'By this time the whirlwind in your brain has settled in a calm.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXI: 'You should know the nature of your soil, ere you sow; nay, you are such an unskilful gardener, you are even apt to mistake the seeds, and plant weeds where you meant flowers.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXII: 'Every argument he could call to aid was inadequate to quell the mental revolution, and with tears of blood he deplored the weakness of human rhetoric.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXIII: 'That, united together, we may laugh at the folly of man, and scorn the pelting storm that whistles without.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXIV: 'His habitation was chiefly in the woods, through which he continually wandered.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXIX: 'An air, scarcely to be expressed, diffused itself over his features; it was something resigned, yet rather as if resignation had been the fruits of despair; it was so bitter, yet so mournful so accusing, yet so submissive; in short, it possessed all the hopelessness of resignation, with all the madness of despair.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXV: 'I am too far gone, in a vortex of woe, ever to be recalled all is ineffectual my soul is in its last agonies.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXVI: 'A kind of waking dream threw a mist over his senses, and dissolved him in a trance of thought.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXVII: 'Not a feature but had bowed under the keen scythe of misfortune, and partook the sombre hue of a premature old-age.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXVIII: 'Sometimes her struggling spirits shot into the merry madness of mirth, then sunk as suddenly into the deepest gloom of melancholy.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXX: 'The last beam of animation shot over her features; it seemed to say, Save me!' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXXI: 'I deserve to live -- the grave is too merciful; but yet I have no longer courage to bear the stings of conscience -- I must not think, fearful doubts obtrude -- let me shut my eyes, and dart down the precipice.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALDORF, VOL. II: CHAPTER XXXII: 'The broad stare of conviction pursued his averted mind.' King, Sophia, 1782-? Anti-Jacobin Novels, Vol. 9: Waldorf and St. Godwin Pickering & Chatto 2005
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER I De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER II De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER III De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER IV De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER IX De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER V De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER VI De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER VII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. I: CHAPTER VIII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER X De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XI De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XIII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XIV De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XIX De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XV De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XVI De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XVII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XVIII De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XX De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
WALLADMOR: VOL. II: CHAPTER XXI De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 The Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 4: Articles and Translations from the London Magazine; Walladmor, 1824-1825 Pickering & Chatto 2000
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. I Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. II Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. III Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. IV Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. IX Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. V Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. VI Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. VII Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. VIII Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. X Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. XI Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. XII Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
THE WANDERINGS OF WARWICK: CHAP. XIII Smith, Charlotte, 1749-1806 The Works of Charlotte Smith, Vol. 7: The Wanderings of Warwick and The Banished Man Pickering & Chatto 2006
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