Chapter 1: The Parsonage
I thought she must have been very happy
"Mary did not lament, but she brooded"
"Mary, mamma says Im to help you"
I was silenced for that day
But some weeks more were yet to be devoted
Chapter 2: First Lessons in The Art of Instruction
You will find them not very far advanced
This was very shocking
but I hoped But what would your mamma say? Chapter 3: A Few More Lessons The beef was set before him "Master Tom, not content with refusing" The task of instruction "With me, at her age" When little Fanny came into the schoolroom Disc 2 Chapter 4: The Grandmamma What must I do? I confess I was somewhat troubled I remember one afternoon in spring "After this, Mr. Bloomfield was continually looking" Chapter 5: The Uncle Mr. Robson likewise encouraged So saying ? urged by a sense of duty But Mr. Robson and old Mrs. Bloomfield Chapter 6: The Parsonage Again I know I was sulky sometimes The advertisement was quickly written Chapter 7: Horton Lodge "Miss Matilda, a strapping hoyden" It was with a strange feeling of desolation "Mrs. Murray was a handsome, dashing lady" "Miss Murray, otherwise Rosalie" "At sixteen, Miss Murray was something of a romp" Disc 3 "As a moral agent, Matilda was reckless" A few more observations about Horton Lodge Often they would do their lessons in the open air Chapter 8: The Coming Out Chapter 9: The Ball I have no doubt you looked very charming Chapter 10: The Church "I did hear him preach, and was decidedly pleased" "Well, Miss Grey, what do you think of him now?" Chapter 11: The Cottagers One bright day in the last week of February "Accordingly, I finished the chapter" "But then, you know, Miss Grey" "But next day, afore Id gotten fettled up" """It may seem a hard matter,"" says he" "Well, Im very glad to see you so happy" In returning to the Lodge I felt very happy Disc 4 "In stature he was a little, a very little" Chapter 12: The Shower "Miss Grey, said he, half-jestingly" Chapter 13: The Primroses As my eyes wandered over the steep banks It is so much that I think I could not live "Now, come, Miss Murray, dont be foolish, said I" Chapter 14: The Rector According to her prognostications "Oh, mammas so tiresome!" Three days passed away "Oh, SUCH news!" """Pardon me, Miss Murray,"" said he" "Oh, THATS it, is it? I was wondering" Chapter 15: The Walk At length I was called upon But why do you say the only friends? After a short pause in the conversation Disc 5 Chapter 16: The Substitution I would have sent the footman back for you Chapter 17: Confessions "Now, therefore, let us return to Miss Murray." "Why dont you tell him, at once?" All chance meetings on week-days When we are harassed by sorrows or anxieties Chapter 18: Mirth and Mourning I walked home with Miss Matilda I was about to give the lady some idea "I was told, said he" Chapter 19: The Letter We were discussing these affairs Chapter 20: The Farewell "He paused a minute, as if in thought." "Yes, Edward Weston, I could indeed be happy" Disc 6 Chapter 21: The School I cannot say that I implicitly obeyed "We have been several days here already, wrote she." Chapter 22: The Visit The drawing-room was certainly an imposing Again she brightened up As I was not rich enough to possess a watch Chapter 23: The Park "Of course, I pitied her exceedingly" Chapter 24: The Sands "Presently, I heard a snuffling sound behind me" He looked at me as he concluded Chapter 25: Conclusion Ceremony was quickly dropped between us When we had got about half-way up the hill
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