Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, Volumen11

R. Hunter; Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy [&c., &c.], 1825

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Página 259 - Because he is going to his aunt ?" " No, Caroline — you are very cruel — because I am sure he is very much touched and disappointed by your refusal. He cannot bear to see you again. Poor ! poor Mr. Barclay ! I have been shamefully ill-natured. I hope I did not prejudice your mind against him — I'll go directly and take leave of him — poor Mr. Barclay!" Rosamond, however, returned a few minutes afterwards, to complain that Mr. Barclay had not made efforts enough to persuade Caroline to listen...
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