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The Country Parson's Wife
Being Intended as a Continuation of and Companion for Herbert's Country Parson

By the Author of "Recollections of Sark,"
"Clarice, or the Trials of a Young Governess," &c.
[Louisa Lane Clarke]

"Even so must their wives be grave, not slanderers, sober, faithful in all things."--1 Tim. iii. 11.

"For I look upon the image of Christ as the best mark of beauty I can behold in her, and the grace of God the best portion I can receive with her."--Beveridge's Private thoughts.

London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187, Piccadilly;
Sold Also by Henry Redstone, Guernsey, &c., 1842.


Chapter I. The Parson's Wife
Chapter II. At Home
Chapter III. With her Servants
Chapter IV. With her Children
Chapter V. On Saturday
Chapter VI. On Sunday
Chapter VII. Abroad
Chapter VIII. In the Parish
Chapter IX. At School
Chapter X. In the Cottage
Chapter XI. In Affliction
Chapter XII. In her Amusements
Chapter XIII. In Difficulty
Chapter XIV. In her Closet

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