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Venetia

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Author: Benjamin D'israeli (Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G.)
Published: 1837
Language: English
Wordcount: 164,852 / 470 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 52.5
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 617
Added to site: 2004.07.01
mnybks.net#: 7108
Genre: Romance
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ts, mamma, for I cannot help believing in them?'

'When you are older, and have more knowledge, you will not believe in them, Venetia,' replied Lady Annabel.

Our friends left Cadurcis Abbey. Venetia mounted her donkey, her mother walked by her side; the sun was beginning to decline when they again reached Cherbury, and the air was brisk. Lady Annabel was glad to find herself by her fireside in her little terrace-room, and Venetia fetching her book, read to her mother until their dinner hour.


CHAPTER III.

Two serene and innocent years had glided away at Cherbury since this morning ramble to Cadurcis Abbey, and Venetia had grown in loveliness, in goodness, and intelligence. Her lively and somewhat precocious mind had become greatly developed; and, though she was only nine years of age, it scarcely needed the affection of a mother to find in her an interesting and engaging companion. Although feminine education was little regarded in those days, that of Lady Anna

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