A Romance of Vienna Volume 2 Frances Trollope

ISBN: 9781230437682

Published: September 12th 2013

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58 pages


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A Romance of Vienna Volume 2  by  Frances Trollope

A Romance of Vienna Volume 2 by Frances Trollope
September 12th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 58 pages | ISBN: 9781230437682 | 8.79 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838 edition. Excerpt: ... I had quite as soon that you went without me, for after all, I must confess, that I myself think her a most confounded bore. But if you think her a bore too, Ferdinand, as I suppose you will, that must not prevent you trying to get into her good graces. ... I have got unbroken descents both ways, so I may like or dislike just as I fancy, you know.

I do assure you, sir, replied the young man, if my father traced his descent from Adam, and my mother from Eve, my fanoy would still lead me to like and admire Madame de Ferris exceedingly.. I dined with her several times while I was at college, and I like her better almost than anybody I ever saw, except my dear mother. Ah, 9a ! . . . . thats all very well: and now we 11 be off- I heard the carriage five minutes ago. But by the way, Ferdinand, you must look about and choose your own miethkutsche. No young man of any fashion can exist in Vienna, you know, without his own particular miethkutscher.

We must see about that to-morrow. A few minutes1 sharp rattling brought them to the dwelling of the Countess- and as she rarely went out, and was always ready to receive, Ferdinand was set down without any previous inquiries, and his father dashed on, after promising to call for him on his way to the opera. The young man mounted the marble staircase with a sober pace, for little did he guess the pleasure that awaited him- but the first object that met his eye, as he entered the third salon of the Countess, was the beautiful girl whose image had so often recurred to him within the last twentyfour hours.

It was not without an effort that he made his first bow to Madame de Ferris, and he was so kindly received that the salutation seemed to occupy an age- but when it was over, he turned to...



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