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But beauty, even when distrustful of itself, awakens confidence in the manly heart; and the Vicar and the French-named tutor were soon manifesting to May their desire to put her at her ease.
The Vicar soon abandoned the struggle; but the tutor, who spoke the most fluent and accomplished English, gallantly continued to pour it out to her until the ladies, to the manifest relief of all concerned, went up to the drawing-room.
It was a large black stove that stood in the hall and was only lighted if the weather was very bad and the Vicar had a cold.
She took from the top of the harmonium the large Bible and the prayer-book from which the Vicar was accustomed to read prayers, and put them on Philip's chair.
My mother is like old George the Third," said the Vicar, "she objects to metaphysics.
But my mother always gives way," said the Vicar, slyly.
The vicar had naturally questioned him about his family.
Though facts compelled her to judge her husband, her religious duty led her to keep up as best she could a favorable opinion of him; she showed him marked respect; honored him as the father of her child, her husband, the temporal power, as the vicar of Saint-Paul's told her.
said the vicar of Saint-Paul's; "if so, pray use my services.
The novel which thus set Goldsmith free for the moment was the famous Vicar of Wakefield.
I only remain behind to go to the vicar (who is also the magistrate here), and declare myself your husband.
It was not that any harm could be said concerning the vicar of that charming rural parish to which Dorlcote Mill belonged; he was a man of excellent family, an irreproachable bachelor, of elegant pursuits,--had taken honors, and held a fellowship.