3 edition of The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan, or, The cottage on the moor found in the catalog.
The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan, or, The cottage on the moor
|Other titles||The cottage on the moor.|
|Statement||by Mrs. Helme.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12744.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 (106 p.)|
|Number of Pages||106|
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Susan Cheever in her biography, Louisa May Alcott A Personal Biography briefly mentioned Louisa’s first novel, The Inheritance, written before she was upon the “gothic novel” formula of the day (poor orphan girl works on an English country estate for a fabulously wealthy family only to find out she is the true heir), Cheever felt the novel was significant, for although it is /louisa-may-alcotts-first-novel-the-inheritance. "ONCE upon a time there stood in the midst of a bleak moor, in the north country, a certain village; all its inhabitants were poor, for their fields were barren, and they had little trade, but the poorest of them all were two brothers called Scrub and Spare, who followed the cobbler's craft, and had but one stall between
J. LOUISA LOVEJOY. SYLVAN COTTAGE, SUMNER, K. T., J BELOVED FATHER AND MOTHER: Mr. Lovejoy returned from the P. O. about an hour ago, bringing your letter, with ten dollars in it, and I have got my crying over, sufficiently to answer :// Loving the Marquess (Landing a Lord, #1) was a fun read. I love that marriage of convenience trope. I was actually quite pleased when Louisa actually tells Nicholas Manning, the Marquess of Overlea, that his nasty cousin had propositioned her and when she turned him down, he said he would turn to her 17 year old ://
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Get this from a library. The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan, or, The cottage on the moor. [Elizabeth Helme] Get this from a library. The history of Louisa, the lovely orphan: or, The cottage on the moor: Two volumes in one.: [Seven lines of verse].
[Elizabeth Helme; John Scoles] Elizabeth Helme was an English novelist and translator of the 18th century. Louisa, or the Cottage on the Moor was her first novel.
It was originally published in under the name 'the history of Louisa, the lovely orphan'. CONDITION. In full calf bindings. Externally, rubbed, particularly to ?prod_id= The English novel: being a short sketch of its history from the earliest times to the appearance of Waverley / (New York: Scribner, ), by Walter Alexander Raleigh (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) History of English prose fiction / (New York: G.
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In doing further research, I came across this amazing article written by Margaret Regan. Here is the article in its entirety, reproduced here with her kind :// That book is available from this site. download here.
Until about the land had been farmed, and contained several streams which flowed east and south east towards the Ouseburn, carrying rainwater across Jesmond from the town moor in the west to the Ouseburn in the E.
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