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Text:"...JANEAUSTEN. 125 have anything to communicate by letter, you will be so good as to write by the post, directing to me (MissJ. Austen), Chawton, near Alton ; and that for anything of a latter bulk..."
Date:1906
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Text:"...322 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1817. honey this year. Bad news for us. We must husband our present stock of mead, and I am sorry to perceive that our twenty gallons is very nearly out. I cannot..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...216 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1813. we liear at Cliilham Castle this morning, for we are going to pay visits. We are going to each hovise at Chilham and to Mystole. I shall like seeing the Faggs. I..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...150 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1809. ever immoral, has a decorous air. Adieu, sweet You. This is grievous news from Spain. It is well that Dr. Moore was spared the knowledge of such a sons death. Yours..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"...296 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1815. you will like particulars. We are not to have the trouble of returning the sheets to Mr. Murray any longer; the printer^s boys bring and carry. I hope Mary..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"...104 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1808 We need not enter into a panegyric on the departed, but it is sweet to think of her great worth, of her solid principles, of her true devotion, her excellence..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...254 LETTEBS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1814. however, saw her yesterday, and said her hand was going on as well as possible. Accept our best loye. Yours very affectionately, J. Austen. MissAusten, 10..."
Publication date:1892
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Text:"...1813.] LETTERS OE JANEAUSTEN. 227 of Fanny, senior, who particularly desires to be remembered to you all. Yours very affectionately, J. Austen. Faversham, Oct. 15, 1813. MissAusten, Chawton, Alton..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...1813.] LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. 227 of Fanny, senior, who particularly desires to be remembered to you all. Yours very affectionately, J. Austen. Faversham, Oct. 15, 1813. MissAusten, Chawton, Alton..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"... Sou. pp, 236. 8vo. 1871 , . . A Memoir of JaneAusten. By her nephew, J. E. Austen Leigh. Second edition; to which is added Lady S-usan and fragments of two other unfinished tales by MissAusten. London..."
Date:1913
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Text:"...LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN you receive this it will be over. ISly tears flow as I write at the melancholy idea. Wm. Chute called here yesterday. I wonder what he means by being so civil..."
Date:1906
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1813.] LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. 227 of Fanny, senior, who particularly desires to be remembered to you all. Yours very affectionately, J. Austen. Faversham, Oct. 1.5, 1813. MissAusTEN, Chawton, Alton..."
Date:1899
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...216 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1813. we hear at Cliilham Castle this morning, for we are going to [.ay visits. We are going to each house at Chilham and to Mystole. I shall like seeing the Faggs. I..."
Date:1899
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...300 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1815. not been worse, and send her our love and good wishes by every convenient opportunity. Sweet, amiable Frank! why does he have a cold too? Like Captain Mirvan to Mr..."
Date:1892
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...1814.] LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. 251 Henry has finished ^ Mansfield Park^ and his approbation has not lessened. He found the last half of the last volume extremely interesting. I suppose my mother..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"...14 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1796. going to be married to a Lichfield lass. John Lyford and his sister bring Edward home to-day, dine with us, and we shall all go together to Ashe. I understand..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"... Keddie (** Sarah Tytler). Cassell Co. London, 1880. Memok of Jane Aasten . . By J. Austen-Leigh. 1869. Fifth edition, included in sixth volume of the Steventon edition of Jane Austens novels. Bentley Sou..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"...254 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1814. however, saw her yesterday, and said her hand was going on as well as possible. Accept our best love. Yours very affectionatel}*^, J. Austen. MissAusten, 10..."
Date:Between 1775 and 1817
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Text:"...\/ 104 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1808 We need not enter into a panegyric on the departed, but it is sweet to think of her great worth, of her solid principles, of her true devotion, her excellence..."
Date:1899
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...822 LETTERS OF JANEAUSTEN. [1817. honey this year. Bad news for us. We must husband our present stock of mead, and I am sorry to perceive that our twenty gallons is very nearly out. I cannot..."
Date:1899
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada