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THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD

to say the truth, he talked politics as well as most country gentlemen do. But nothing could now exceed my confusion upon seeing the gentleman and his lady enter; nor was their surprise, at finding such company and good cheer, less than ours. " Gentlemen," cried the real master of the house to me and my companion, " my wife and I are your most humble servants; but I protest this is so unexpected a favour, that we almost sink under the obligation." However unexpected our company might be to them, theirs, I am sure, was still more so to us, and I was struck dumb with the apprehension of my own absurdity, when whom should I next see enter the room but my dear Miss Arabella Wilmot, who was formerly designed to be married to my son George, but whose match was broken off, as already related. As soon as she saw me, she flew to my arms with the utmost joy. " My dear sir," cried she, " to what happy accident is it that we owe so unexpected a visit? I am sure my uncle and aunt will be in raptures when they find they have the good Dr Primrose for their guest." Upon hearing my name, the old gentleman and lady very politely stepped up, and welcomed me with most cordial hospitality. Nor could they forbear smiling, upon being informed of the nature of my present visit: but the unfortunate butler, whom they at first seemed disposed to turn away, was at my intercession forgiven.
Mr Arnold and his lady, to whom the house belonged, now insisted upon having the pleasure of my stay for some days ; and as their niece, my charming pupil, whose mind in some measure had been formed under my own instructions, joined in their entreaties, I complied. That night I was shown to a magnificent chamber ; and the next morning early Miss Wilmot desired to walk

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But nothing could now exceed my confusion upon seeing what is gentleman and his lady enter; nor was their surprise, at finding such company and good cheer, less than ours. " Gentlemen," cried what is real master of what is house to me and my companion, " my wife and I are your most humble servants; but I protest this is so unexpected a favour, that we almost sink under what is obligation." However unexpected our company might be to them, theirs, I am sure, was still more so to us, and I was struck dumb with what is apprehension of my own absurdity, when whom should I next see enter what is room but my dear Miss Arabella Wilmot, who was formerly designed to be married to my son George, but whose match was broken off, as already related. As soon as she saw me, she flew to my arms with what is utmost joy. " My dear sir," cried she, " to what happy accident is it that we owe so unexpected a what is ? I am sure my uncle and aunt will be in raptures when they find they have what is good Dr Primrose for their guest." Upon hearing my name, what is old gentleman and lady very politely stepped up, and welcomed me with most cordial hospitality. Nor could they forbear smiling, upon being informed of what is nature of my present what is : but what is unfortunate butler, whom they at first seemed disposed to turn away, was at my intercession forgiven. Mr Arnold and his lady, to whom what is house belonged, now insisted upon having what is pleasure of my stay for some days ; and as their niece, my charming pupil, whose mind in some measure had been formed under my own instructions, joined in their entreaties, I complied. That night I was shown to a magnificent chamber ; and what is next morning early Miss Wilmot desired to walk where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") % travel books: The Vikar Of Wake Field (1776) books

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