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Cecilia

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Cecilia this fair traveller had lately entered into the one-and-twentieth year of her age. Her ancestors had been rich farmers in the county of Suffolk though her father in whom a spirit of elegance had supplanted the rapacity of wealth had spent his time as a private country gentleman satisfied without increasing his store to live upon what he inherited from the labours of his predecessors.
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Cecilia this fair traveller had lately entered into the one-and-twentieth year of her age. Her ancestors had been rich farmers in the county of Suffolk though her father in whom a spirit of elegance had supplanted the rapacity of wealth had spent his time as a private country gentleman satisfied without increasing his store to live upon what he inherited from the labours of his predecessors.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781426449284
  • Publisher: BiblioBazaar
  • Publication date: 10/11/2007
  • Pages: 324
  • Sales rank: 988,782
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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CHAPTER HI. AN ARRIVAL. As soon as they lost sight of the house, Cecilia expressed her surprise at the behaviour of the old gentleman who sat in the corner, whose general silence, seclusion from the company, and absence of mind, had strongly excited her curiosity. Mr. Harrel could give her very little satisfaction: he told her that he had twice or thrice met him at public places, where every body remarked the singularity of his manners and appearance, but that he had never discoursed with any one to whom he seemed known ; and that he was as much surprised as herself in seeing so strange a character at the house of Mr. Monckton. The conversation then turned upon the family they had just quitted, and Cecilia warmly declared the good opinion she had of Mr. Monckton; the obligations she owed to him for the interest which, from her childhood, he had always taken in her affairs ; and her hopes of reaping much instruction from the friendship of a man who had so extensive a knowledge of the world. Mr. Karrel professed himself well satisfied that she should have such a counsellor; for, though but little acquainted with him, he knew he was a man of fortune and fashion, and well esteemed in the world. They mutually compassionated his unhappy situation in domestic life, and Cecilia innocently expressed her concern at the dislike Lady Margaret seemed to have taken to her; a dislikjvhich Mr. Harrel naturally imputed to her youth ancffofauty,yet Without suspecting any cause more cogent than a general jealousy of attractions of which she had herself so long outlived the possession. As their journey drew near to its. conclusion, all the uneasy and disagreeable sensations which in the bosom ofCecilia had accompanied its commencement, gave way to the expectation of quick-approachi...
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