Framley Parsonage

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FRAMLEY PARSONAGE.


A Novel.


By ANTHONY TROLLOPE,

AUTHOR OF
"DOCTOR THORNE," "THE BERTRAMS," "THE THREE CLERKS,"
&c., &c., &c.


WITH ILLUSTRATIONS.


NEW YORK:

HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS,

FRANKLIN SQUARE.

1871.

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LORD LUFTON AND LUCY ROBARTS.

CONTENTS.




CHAPTER PAGE
I. "OMNES OMNIA BONA DICERE" 9
II. THE FRAMLEY SET AND THE CHALDICOTES SET 18
III. CHALDICOTES 29
IV. A MATTER OF CONSCIENCE 41
V. AMANTIUM IRÆ AMORIS INTEGRATIO 50
VI. MR. HAROLD SMITH'S LECTURE 64
VII. SUNDAY MORNING 74
VIII. GATHERUM CASTLE 82
IX. THE VICAR'S RETURN 100
X. LUCY ROBARTS 108
XI. GRISELDA GRANTLY 119
XII. THE LITTLE BILL 134
XIII. DELICATE HINTS 141
XIV. MR. CRAWLEY OF HOGGLESTOCK 152
XV. LADY LUFTON'S EMBASSADOR 163
XVI. MRS. PODGENS' BABY 172
XVII. MRS. PROUDIE'S CONVERSAZIONE 184
XVIII. THE NEW MINISTER'S PATRONAGE 197
XIX. MONEY DEALINGS 206
XX. HAROLD SMITH IN THE CABINET 219
XXI. WHY PUCK, THE PONY, WAS BEATEN 229
XXII. HOGGLESTOCK PARSONAGE 238
XXIII. THE TRIUMPH OF THE GIANTS 248
XXIV. MAGNA EST VERITAS 260
XXV. NON-IMPULSIVE 273
XXVI. IMPULSIVE 283
XXVII. SOUTH AUDLEY STREET 295
XXVIII. DR. THORNE 304
XXIX. MISS DUNSTABLE AT HOME 312
XXX. THE GRANTLY TRIUMPH 333
XXXI. SALMON FISHING IN NORWAY 338
XXXII. THE GOAT AND COMPASSES 354
XXXIII. CONSOLATION 362
XXXIV. LADY LUFTON IS TAKEN BY SURPRISE 370
XXXV. THE STORY OF KING COPHETUA 380
XXXVI. KIDNAPPING AT HOGGLESTOCK 391
XXXVII. MR. SOWERBY WITHOUT COMPANY 401
XXXVIII. IS THERE CAUSE OR JUST IMPEDIMENT? 411
XXXIX. HOW TO WRITE A LOVE-LETTER 424
XL. INTERNECINE 435
XLI. DON QUIXOTE 446
XLII. TOUCHING PITCH 456
XLIII. IS SHE NOT INSIGNIFICANT? 466
XLIV. THE PHILISTINES AT THE PARSONAGE 477
XLV. PALACE BLESSINGS 490
XLVI. LADY LUFTON'S REQUEST 500
XLVII. NEMESIS 512
XLVIII. HOW THEY WERE ALL MARRIED, HAD TWO CHILDREN, AND LIVED HAPPY EVER AFTER 520

This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.