There was a gentleman of the name of Blantyre staying at the hall; he always rode Lizzie, and praised her so much that one day Lady Anne ordered the side-saddle to be put on her, and the other saddle on me.
My dear cousin," said Lady Anne, laughing, "pray do not trouble your good careful head about me.
She meant to be impertinently curious, just as such an Anne
Cox should be.
My dearest life,' I said one day to Dora, 'do you think Mary Anne has any idea of time?
I thought this sentiment so incompatible with the establishment of any system of check on Mary Anne, that I frowned a little.
It was thus he had succeeded in approaching several times the beautiful and proud Anne of Austria, and in making himself loved by dazzling her.
Yes," replied Anne, "but you know why and how I see you; because, insensible to all my sufferings, you persist in remaining in a city where, by remaining, you run the risk of your life, and make me run the risk of my honor.
You know of course that Lady Catherine de Bourgh and Lady Anne
Darcy were sisters; consequently that she is aunt to the present Mr.
It is said that Mazarin, who, though a cardinal, had not taken such vows as to prevent it, was secretly married to Anne
From this time Captain Wentworth and Anne
Elliot were repeatedly in the same circle.
Harvest is ended and summer is gone," quoted Anne
Shirley, gazing across the shorn fields dreamily.
When Marilla took Anne
up to bed that night she said stiffly:
Blanche opened her eyes, and saw Anne
Silvester, standing alone, looking at her.
I'm going for a walk to the outside shore tonight," Anne
told Gog and Magog one October evening.
I recalled to her our meeting in Limmeridge churchyard at the close of my interview there with the woman in white, taking special care to remind her that I was the person who assisted Anne