The History of the Unfortunate Sisters, or Distressed Ladies

The History of the Unfortunate Sisters, or Distressed Ladies

Being An Account of One Mr. Ward, Who Enjoyed A Place in One of the Public Offices in London, of 3001. Per Year; Married A Young Lady With A Hadsome Fortune, by Whom He Had Six Children, Which He Educated in A More Elegant Manner Than His Income Would Allow, 't'll the Two Eldest, Lucy and Polly, Were Fit for Marriage: Two Young Gentlemen in the Neighbourhood Paid Their Addresses to Them, and Promissed Them Marriage, on Condition of Portioning Them Off; Mr. Ward Not Being Able. They Declined Their Addresses. The Dreadful Scene Which Happened After, Contains Such Alarming Circumstances in Common Life, as Are Too Frequent, and May Be Justly Said to Be A Lesson Proper to Be Read by All Who Have Any Regard to Themselves or Families. To Which Is Added The History of Beaumont. Or the Generous Lover

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Publisher: London : printed by J. Miller, at the Blue Anchor in Mint-Street,Southwark, [1800?]
Characteristics: 32p. ; 120


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