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parsonage-house

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  • She had a guinea or two, I fancy, at first, just to equip her with one set of things to appear in; which, probably, the good Parson imagined would last as clean and as long at a public place as at his parsonage-house, where my best suit is worn about twice in a summer.

    Camilla

  • Sir Hugh then sent off a message to the parsonage-house, informing his brother and his family, that they must not be surprised if they did not see or hear of him for some time, as he had got his hands quite full, and should be particularly engaged for a week or two to come.

    Camilla

  • He galloped, therefore, to the parsonage-house of Cleves, and entering the study of the Doctor, and taking him by the hand, with the most animated gesture; 'My dear and honoured friend,' he cried, 'I come to you now without hesitation, and free from every painful embarrassment of lurking irresolution!

    Camilla

  • Sir Hugh hastening, upon this news, to the parsonage-house, said:

    Camilla

  • A noble mansion, with an extensive pleasure-ground, scarce four miles distant from the parsonage-house of

    Camilla

  • Her abode was in the parsonage-house of Etherington, beautifully situated in the unequal county of Hampshire, and in the vicinity of the varied landscapes of the New Forest.

    Camilla

  • Mrs. Arlbery, who had three miles to go beyond the parsonage-house, and who, though she delighted to oblige, was but little in the habit of practising self-denial, then consigned the young ladies to

    Camilla

  • Prithee don't set about forming thy notions of married people from the parsonage-house, and conclude a wife no better than a real rib, sticking always close to a man's side.

    Camilla

  • The manse, as the parsonage-house is called in Scotland, was close by.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

  • They are equal to anything ever required of the mistress of a quiet parsonage-house — the place in which I shall pass my days, wherever it may be situated.

    Under the Greenwood Tree

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