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John Caldigate

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Published: 1877
Language: English
Wordcount: 213,492 / 571 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.6
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 904
Added to site: 2005.05.18
mnybks.net#: 10366
Origin: gutenberg.org

This is the fourth book of "The Manor House Novels." It is the last novel that Trollope wrote, and is considered by many judges to be one of the best.

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s. They could live at Babington till Folking should be ready. The prospect was awful!

What is a young man to say in such a position? 'I do not love the young lady after that fashion, and therefore I must decline.' It requires a hero, and a cold-blooded hero, to do that. And aunt Polly was very much in earnest, for she brought Julia into the room, and absolutely delivered her up into the young man's arms.

'I am so much in debt,' he said, 'that I don't care to think of it.'

Aunt Polly declared that such debts did not signify in the least. Folking was not embarrassed. Folking did not owe a shilling. Every one knew that. And there was Julia in his arms! He never said that he would marry her; but when he left the linen-closet the two ladies understood that the thing was arranged.

Luckily for him aunt Polly had postponed this scene till the moment before his departure from the house. He was at this time going to Cambridge, where he was to be the guest, for one night, of a certain Mr. Bolton, who was one

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