Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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p. v

Introduction

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pp. vii-xxix

Chronology

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pp. xxxi-xxxiii

Note on the Text

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pp. xxxv-xxxvii

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VOL. I.

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pp. 1-118

"The condescension and benignity with which your Grace has hitherto favoured my performances and attempts, have at last given me boldness enough to entreat your patronage for a little novel. Those to whom this book is new, will expect the name of such a patroness to be followed by some work of deep research and elevated dignity; but they..."

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VOL. II .

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pp. 119-260

"Henrietta, being now left to her own reflections, beheld her late conduct in a light in which it had never appeared to her before; the sense of blame so justly incurred, filled her with remorse and shame. Hitherto she had industriously aggravated the cause of her fears, that she might not stand self-condemned; which to an ingenuous mind is of all others the greatest evil: but..."

Appendix I

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pp. 261-277

Appendix II

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p. 279

Notes to the Novel

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pp. 281-286

Bibliogr aphy

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pp. 287-290