Daily Archives: September 5, 2010

Education in Canada in 1700s

Vacation How hapily  (sic) those three weeks flew by! Every day with Cordelia I visited new a (nd?) delightful objects and scenes.  With the genial Rector Mr Mont Milin (sic) the French people called him Monilaw; I soon became familiar … Continue reading

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Making a new Friend

Sir George noticed a look of enquiry in the eyes of his guests, as he presented his lady so after the compliments and formalities of the introduction were over, he invited them to remain to dinner and console his family, … Continue reading

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Dorothea comes to Canada

Entering the drawing room, we were presented to General and Mrs. Murray  and Miss Murray, with quite a courtly air, by uncle who seemed to have recovered all the dignity, which the nobels (sic) and the protracted voyage had deprived … Continue reading

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Preface of the Gamsby manuscript

Preface Dear reader.  The world is well spplyed(sic) with works of fiction.  I am about to ofer(sic) it a simple truthful(sic) narrative.  I write it for my own amusement.  I give it you for yours.  I have written it in … Continue reading

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