Novels and Miscellaneous Works: With Prefaces and Notes, Including Those Attributed to Sir Walter Scott, Volume 4
G. Bell and Sons, 1724
What people are saying - Write a review
Reviews aren't verified, but Google checks for and removes fake content when it's identified
User Review - Flag as inappropriate
This translation of a work from 1724 was actually published in 1885.
Common terms and phrases
added affection allies answer appeared army asked began believe brought called carried child coming daughter dear desired discourse door dress Duke England English expected father followed fortune four French gave girl give given gone hand head hear heard History honour hope husband Italy jewels kind King knew lady least leave letter lived lodgings London looked lord madam manner married master mean merchant mind mistress morning mother never night Notes obliged occasion offered opened ordered Paris passed person poor Portrait possible present prince Quaker reason received resolved says seen sent servants short soon speak stay story sure surprised taken talk tell things thou thought thousand told took town turned vols whole wife woman young