Lachlan Of CarlisleLachlan Of Carlisle



Most girl students are younger and these young girls are mostly doing “Finishing Classes” which entailed learning to do those things a refined lady should do up to and consequent upon her marriage, namely, religious education, manners, ...

Author: Peter Lawler

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781453566183

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“Love is a matter of geography and circumstance. James Lachlan is the son of an Earl, a gentleman of means and an engineering offi cer in the British army. Circumstance required him to absent himself from England for three years. Nicola is the daughter of a USA cattle rancher and an educated eastern lady. Nicola’s father was a man deemed unfi t to marry Nicola’s mother by her Boston family. The Waltham family was ostracized on Nicola’s parent’s marriage. Nicola had both her parents killed by an Indian raiding party, was abused by unfeeling outlaws and had her ranch and stock stolen from her while she recovered from the abuse. Because of the abuse she was also ostracized by the townspeople where she was born. Without funds, family and friends Nicola was forced to earn a living as a dance hall girl. This then is the love story of James and Nicola how they met and overcame their many trials and tribulations to fall in love and despite all opposition to fi nally marry. They sought and were fi nally accepted back into the bosoms of their families. James however never knew what his strong willed red headed wife would do next and thought “My life may not always be quiet and peaceful but it will always be interesting”.

Refining Fire Brides of Seattle Book 2 Refining Fire Brides of Seattle Book 2



Josephine, a tall lanky soul with a homely face and mousy brown hair seemed mortified at the thought of public speaking. She stood looking at the floor ... As you know, I have a list of rules posted for all to see in the hall upstairs.

Author: Tracie Peterson

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441269522

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Twenty-two-year-old Militine Scott is in training at the Madison Bridal School in Seattle, yet she has no intention of pursuing marriage. What respectable man would have her? But she has found the school provides the perfect opportunity to keep her unsavory past hidden. Thane Patton, though fun-loving and fiercely loyal to his friends, hides a dark secret, as well. He finds himself drawn to Militine, sensing that she harbors a haunting pain similar to his own. Will they allow God to make something new and beautiful from the debris of their past?

Class MattersClass Matters



Just orderly ranks of The National Geographic bulging with Knowledge, card games with Rules and the necessity to eat up one's bread and butter before any cake came on the scene. My mother's mother, Edith (née Brown), had been in service ...

Author: Pat Mahony

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781135741600

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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Ladies Home JournalLadies Home Journal



L - If you wish to improve your mind and do not BROWN'S ) on your care to enter any classes , then home study is all that study and the rules governing the school , Boots can be advised . Reading good books will teach you to OLD ...

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Sugar and CivilizationSugar and Civilization



Sugar refiners enjoyed high tariffs on refined sugar, so that there would be little risk that the territories would ... The ensemble of material goods—white sugar, sugar bowls, silver spoons, and tongs—together with rules for proper use ...

Author: April Merleaux

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 9781469622521

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In the weeks and months after the end of the Spanish-American War, Americans celebrated their nation's triumph by eating sugar. Each of the nation's new imperial possessions, from Puerto Rico to the Philippines, had the potential for vastly expanding sugar production. As victory parties and commemorations prominently featured candy and other sweets, Americans saw sugar as the reward for their global ambitions. April Merleaux demonstrates that trade policies and consumer cultures are as crucial to understanding U.S. empire as military or diplomatic interventions. As the nation's sweet tooth grew, people debated tariffs, immigration, and empire, all of which hastened the nation's rise as an international power. These dynamics played out in the bureaucracies of Washington, D.C., in the pages of local newspapers, and at local candy counters. Merleaux argues that ideas about race and civilization shaped sugar markets since government policies and business practices hinged on the racial characteristics of the people who worked the land and consumed its products. Connecting the history of sugar to its producers, consumers, and policy makers, Merleaux shows that the modern American sugar habit took shape in the shadow of a growing empire.

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How to Do Business : A COLERIDGE'S AIDS TO REFLECTION . New Edition . Pocket Manual of Practical Affairs and Guide to FAMOUS BOOKS FOR ALL TIME . A New Series of Success in Life ; How to Behave : A Pocket Standard Works , including the ...

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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.