5 edition of Nuttie"s Father found in the catalog.
June 30, 2004 by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||316|
Houghton to be out of doors, and near the time when Mr. She's grown, I declare! She would not grieve Nuttie by dwelling constantly on the bad accounts, and the girl hardly attended to them in the tumult of occupations; and so at last, when the final tidings came in the second week in July, they were an absolute shock to Nuttie, and affected her as the first grief sometimes does. Alice, in the midst of her sorrow, recollected this with consternation.
She is not even a relation. She looked faded and languid after evening parties; and, as her husband really cared more to have her ready to wait upon him and amuse him than for anything else, he did not insist on her going out more than might be needful to establish her position, or when it suited him to show her off. It was an unfortunate day, for it was one of the few on which Mr. There was a calm over them for the next few days, and Nuttie actually refrained from bitter comments when her mother was not allowed to go to evensong on Sunday, on the plea of her being tired, but, as the girl believed, in order that she might read the newspapers aloud.
Oh, Alwyn! Egremont, and making him more ready to lapse under the old influence; while the duration and strength of the new one was already a surprise to Gregorio. It was all the old lady's doing, and he knew nothing about it. Dear good Mrs.
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You must pick up your looks, Edda, for I mean you to make a sensation at Jerningham's. He did not want her, and cared little what she did, as long as she was under the wing of Lady Kirkaldy, whose patronage was a triumphant refutation of all doubts.
There--that's a nice confession to come to you with! Why, 'twill all be at Monte Carlo in three days' time. There was nothing to be done but to leave the sisters together, obtaining Miss Reade's ready promise to write, and putting into her hands a sum of money which could be sincerely called 'only a debt of gratitude from my husband and me,' and which would smooth the way either to remaining or returning to England.
Possibly the whirl was greater than if it had been mere gaiety, for then the brain would not have participated in it. Time has been kinder to you than to me. One pain she had. Rest was simply dreamless sleep, generally under the spell of a strong will to wake at the appointed hour for church. Not that there was an excessive amount of actual gaiety.
I beg your pardon,' cried Alice, recognising in the thin nutcracker parchment visage and shabbily-dressed figure the remnant of the brilliant aquiline countenance and gay attire of eighteen years ago. Nuttie had heard strong opinions on the subject at Lord Kirkaldy's; but her father was quite elated at being in a position to countenance his old friends.
Your aunt wrote to me when your troubles were safely over, and she thought him lost in the poor Ninon, that she meant to settle in a place with an awfully long Yorkshire name. So, having once convinced herself that even if Nuttie had been a consenting party, no amount of cold water and eau-de-cologne would bring those bloodshot eyes, swollen lids, and mottled cheeks to be fit to be seen, she fled as fast as possible from the gasps of barbed reproaches which put her own composure in peril, and dressed with the heaviest of hearts, coupled with the utmost solicitude to look her best.
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She was a well-grown girl of ten, slender, and bearing herself like one high bred and well trained in deportment; and her face was delicately tinted on an olive skin, with fine marked eyebrows, and dark bright eyes, and her little hunting dress of green, and the hood, set on far back, became the dark locks that curled in rings beneath.
Nurse had a bad foot, and dreaded hot pavement, so she had sent Master Alwyn out with her subordinate, a country girl, to play in Mr. Never mind that silly girl. Nugent Nutties Father book would tell you that this is not the way any one so good and so suffering should be grieved for.
For she was not slow to discover that exhibitions, which were merely fashionable gapeseed to her niece, were to Nuttie real delights, viewed intelligently, and eliciting comments and questions that Lady Kirkaldy and even her husband enjoyed in their fresh interest, but which were unendurable weariness to Blanche, unless she had some one to chatter with.
Not that there was an excessive amount of actual gaiety. Outwardly deferential, he could thwart and annoy her in a hundred ways, from making love to the housemaids to making evil suggestions to his master, yet never giving her any overt cause of complaint. The family connections, with Lady Kirkaldy to set the example, had determined on giving full support to Mrs.
Egremont, glad to turn away the conversation from the contingencies of which Blanche spoke with the hardness of youth, as yet not realising sorrow. Egremont, and making him more ready to lapse under the old influence; while the duration and strength of the new one was already a surprise to Gregorio.Literature Network» Charlotte M.
Yonge» Nuttie's Father» Chapter XXX. Nuttie's Prospects. Chapter XXX. Nuttie's Prospects. when Nuttie had been forbidding the misuse of a beautiful elaborate book of nursery rhymes, where Alwyn thought proper to 'kill' with repeated stabs the old woman of the shoe, when preparing to beat her progeny.
Jan 05, · Charlotte Mary Yonge, Woman, British Literature, English Literature, Victorian Era. The town of Micklethwayte was rising and thriving. There were salubrious springs which an enterprising doctor had lately brought into notice.
The firm of Greenleaf and Dutton manufactured umbrellas in large quantities, from the stout weather-proof family roof down to the daintiest fringed toy of a parasol. The chief difficulty was with his father, who declared they were all croaking, and that the boy would be as well as ever to-morrow.
He went and sat by the cot, and talked merrily of the pony that Alwyn was to ride, and the yachting they would have in the summer; and the little fellow smiled and was pleased, but went to sleep in the midst.
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