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The Life and Adventures of the Lady Lucy

By Aubin, Penelope

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Title: The Life and Adventures of the Lady Lucy  
Author: Aubin, Penelope
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Blackmask Online Collection
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Publisher: Blackmask Online

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Excerpt: TO THE Right Honourable The Lord COLERAIN. My Lord, It has hitherto been my Study to endeavour to discourage Vice, and inculcate Virtue, in the Minds of those, who, either out of Curiosity, or good Nature, read my Novels, the Amusements of some melancholy Hours; and I always dedicate them to such Persons, as both by their Quality and Virtues are an Awe to the Vicious, and bright Examples for the Virtuous to imitate. For these Reasons, I first presumed to make Choice of my Lady to patronize my Noble Slaves, and now of your Lordship for the injured Lady Lucy; for you are not only descended of an antient and truly noble Family, but are in your Life and Manners just and sober, neither addicted to be a Votary to Venus or Bacchus. You wisely avoid all kinds of Folly and Excess, which undo the Mind and Body, and in a sweet Retirement pass those Hours in Conversation with the Learned Dead, which others pass in Folly and Debauchery. You are without Flattery, a just and impartial Magistrate, a kind Friend, and a sincere Christian: These Qualities have made you Providence?s Care, during your Travels abroad, where you have viewed the glorious Remains of Antiquity; and all your Friends are pleased and joyed to see you safe returned to England. For my own Part, I could think of no better Way of manifesting my Satisfaction and Respect, than by offering this little Present to your Lordship: The Adventures of the unfortunate Lady which it contains, will move your Compassion; and her Deliverance from Death, and Reconciliation with her Husband, your Admiration, and I doubt not but you will be agreeably diverted for some Hours; and your Name being placed at the Entrance of the Book, will be a sufficient Recommendation of it to the good and virtuous Part of this Nation. I hope your Lordship will accept it kindly, and do me the Honour to believe, that the Friendship my Lady and You have been pleased to shew for my Husband and me, shall always be remembered with the most grateful Sense imaginable.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF THE Lady Lucy, 1 -- Penelope Aubin, 1 -- TO THE Right Honourable THE Lord COLERAIN, 1 -- Preface, 2 -- THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF THE Lady LUCY, 2 -- Chapter I, 2 -- Chapter II, 5 -- Chapter III, 9 -- Chapter IV, 12 -- Chapter V, 19 -- Chapter VI, 22 -- Chapter VII, 25 -- Chapter IX, 26 -- Chapter X, 31

 

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