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Camilla; or, A Picture of Youth

By Fanny Burney
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  • FANNY BURNEY
  • FANNY BURNEY
  • Camilla
    • OR
    • A Picture of Youth
    • CONTENTS
    • CAMILLA, OR A PICTURE OF YOUTH
    • VOLUME I
      • BOOK I
      • BOOK II
    • BOOK I
    • BOOK II
    • VOLUME II
      • BOOK III
      • BOOK IV
    • BOOK III
    • BOOK IV
    • VOLUME III
      • BOOK V
      • BOOK VI
    • BOOK V
    • BOOK VI
    • VOLUME IV
      • BOOK VII
      • BOOK VIII
    • BOOK VII
    • BOOK VIII
    • VOLUME V
      • BOOK IX
      • BOOK X
    • BOOK IX
    • BOOK X
  • Camilla
    • OR
    • A Picture of Youth
    • CONTENTS
    • CAMILLA, OR A PICTURE OF YOUTH
    • VOLUME I
      • BOOK I
      • BOOK II
    • BOOK I
    • BOOK II
    • VOLUME II
      • BOOK III
      • BOOK IV
    • BOOK III
    • BOOK IV
    • VOLUME III
      • BOOK V
      • BOOK VI
    • BOOK V
    • BOOK VI
    • VOLUME IV
      • BOOK VII
      • BOOK VIII
    • BOOK VII
    • BOOK VIII
    • VOLUME V
      • BOOK IX
      • BOOK X
    • BOOK IX
    • BOOK X
  • CAMILLA:
    • OR,
    • A PICTURE OF YOUTH
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • QUEEN
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • VOLUME I
      • BOOK I
    • BOOK I
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Family Scene
    • A Family Scene
    • CHAPTER II
      • Comic Gambols
    • Comic Gambols
    • CHAPTER III
      • Consequences
    • Consequences
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Studies of a grown Gentleman
    • Studies of a grown Gentleman
    • CHAPTER V
      • Schooling of a young Gentleman
    • Schooling of a young Gentleman
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Tuition of a young Lady
    • Tuition of a young Lady
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Lost Labour
      • BOOK II
    • Lost Labour
    • BOOK II
    • CHAPTER I
      • New Projects
    • New Projects
    • CHAPTER II
      • New Characters
    • New Characters
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Family Breakfast
    • A Family Breakfast
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Public Breakfast
    • A Public Breakfast
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Raffle
    • A Raffle
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Barn
    • A Barn
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Declaration
    • A Declaration
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • An Answer
    • An Answer
    • CHAPTER IX
      • An Explication
    • An Explication
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Panic
    • A Panic
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Two Lovers
    • Two Lovers
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Two Doctors
    • Two Doctors
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Two Ways of looking at the same Thing
    • Two Ways of looking at the same Thing
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • Two Retreats
    • Two Retreats
    • CHAPTER XV
      • Two Sides of a Question
      • END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
    • Two Sides of a Question
    • END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
    • VOLUME II
      • BOOK III
    • BOOK III
    • CHAPTER I
      • A few kind Offices
    • A few kind Offices
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Pro and a Con
    • A Pro and a Con
    • CHAPTER III
      • An Author's Notion of Travelling
    • An Author's Notion of Travelling
    • CHAPTER IV
      • An internal Detection
    • An internal Detection
    • CHAPTER V
      • An Author's Opinion of Visiting
    • An Author's Opinion of Visiting
    • CHAPTER VI
      • An Author's Idea of Order
    • An Author's Idea of Order
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Maternal Eye
    • A Maternal Eye
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • Modern Ideas of Duty
    • Modern Ideas of Duty
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Few Embarrassments
    • A Few Embarrassments
    • CHAPTER X
      • Modern Ideas of Life
    • Modern Ideas of Life
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Modern Notions of Penitence
    • Modern Notions of Penitence
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Airs and Graces
    • Airs and Graces
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Attic Adventures
      • BOOK IV
    • Attic Adventures
    • BOOK IV
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Few Explanations
    • A Few Explanations
    • CHAPTER II
      • Specimens of Taste
    • Specimens of Taste
    • CHAPTER III
      • A few Compliments
    • A few Compliments
    • CHAPTER IV
      • The Danger of Disguise
    • The Danger of Disguise
    • CHAPTER V
      • Strictures on Deformity
    • Strictures on Deformity
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Strictures on Beauty
    • Strictures on Beauty
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Pleadings of Pity
    • The Pleadings of Pity
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The disastrous Buskins
    • The disastrous Buskins
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Three Golden Maxims
      • END OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
    • Three Golden Maxims
    • END OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
    • VOLUME III
      • BOOK V
    • BOOK V
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Pursuer
    • A Pursuer
    • CHAPTER II
      • An Adviser
    • An Adviser
    • CHAPTER III
      • Various Confabulations
    • Various Confabulations
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Dodging
    • A Dodging
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Sermon
    • A Sermon
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Chat
    • A Chat
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Recall
    • A Recall
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Youth of the Times
      • BOOK VI
    • A Youth of the Times
    • BOOK VI
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Walk by Moonlight
    • A Walk by Moonlight
    • CHAPTER II
      • The Pantiles
    • The Pantiles
    • CHAPTER III
      • Mount Ephraim
    • Mount Ephraim
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Knowle
    • Knowle
    • CHAPTER V
      • Mount Pleasant
    • Mount Pleasant
    • CHAPTER VI
      • The accomplished Monkies
    • The accomplished Monkies
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Rooms
    • The Rooms
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • Ways to the Heart
    • Ways to the Heart
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Counsels for Conquest
    • Counsels for Conquest
    • CHAPTER X
      • Strictures upon the Ton
    • Strictures upon the Ton
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Traits of Character
    • Traits of Character
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Traits of Eccentricity
    • Traits of Eccentricity
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Traits of Instruction
    • Traits of Instruction
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • A Demander
    • A Demander
    • CHAPTER XV
      • An Accorder
    • An Accorder
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • An Helper
      • END OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
    • An Helper
    • END OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
    • VOLUME IV
      • BOOK VII
    • BOOK VII
    • CHAPTER I
      • The right Style of Arguing
    • The right Style of Arguing
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Council
    • A Council
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Proposal of Marriage
    • A Proposal of Marriage
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Bull-Dog
    • A Bull-Dog
    • CHAPTER V
      • An Oak Tree
    • An Oak Tree
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Call of the House
    • A Call of the House
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Triumph of Pride
    • The Triumph of Pride
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Summons to Happiness
    • A Summons to Happiness
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Offs and Ons
    • Offs and Ons
    • CHAPTER X
      • Resolutions
    • Resolutions
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Ease and Freedom
    • Ease and Freedom
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Dilemmas
    • Dilemmas
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Live and Learn
      • BOOK VIII
    • Live and Learn
    • BOOK VIII
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Way to make Friends
    • A Way to make Friends
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Rage of Obliging
    • A Rage of Obliging
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Pleasant Adventure
    • A Pleasant Adventure
    • CHAPTER IV
      • An Author's Time-keeper
    • An Author's Time-keeper
    • CHAPTER V
      • An agreeable Hearing
    • An agreeable Hearing
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Ideas upon Marriage
    • Ideas upon Marriage
    • CHAPTER VII
      • How to treat a Defamer
    • How to treat a Defamer
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The Power of Prepossession
    • The Power of Prepossession
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Scuffle
    • A Scuffle
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Youthful Effusion
    • A Youthful Effusion
    • CHAPTER XI
      • The Computations of Self-Love
    • The Computations of Self-Love
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Juvenile Calculations
      • END OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
    • Juvenile Calculations
    • END OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
    • VOLUME V
      • BOOK IX
    • BOOK IX
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Water Party
    • A Water Party
    • CHAPTER II
      • Touches of Wit and Humour
    • Touches of Wit and Humour
    • CHAPTER III
      • An Adieu
    • An Adieu
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A modest Request
    • A modest Request
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Self-dissection
    • A Self-dissection
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Reckoning
    • A Reckoning
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Brides and no Brides
    • Brides and no Brides
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Hint for Debtors
    • A Hint for Debtors
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Lover's Eye
    • A Lover's Eye
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Bride's Resolves
    • A Bride's Resolves
    • CHAPTER XI
      • The Workings of Sorrow
      • BOOK X
    • The Workings of Sorrow
    • BOOK X
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Surprise
    • A Surprise
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Narrative
    • A Narrative
    • CHAPTER III
      • The Progress of Dissipation
    • The Progress of Dissipation
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Hints upon National Prejudice
    • Hints upon National Prejudice
    • CHAPTER V
      • The Operation of Terror
    • The Operation of Terror
    • CHAPTER VI
      • The Reverse of a Mask
    • The Reverse of a Mask
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A New View of an old Mansion
    • A New View of an old Mansion
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Last Resource
    • A Last Resource
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Spectacle
    • A Spectacle
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Vision
    • A Vision
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Means to still Agitation
    • Means to still Agitation
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Means to obtain a Boon
    • Means to obtain a Boon
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Questions and Answers
    • Questions and Answers
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • The last Touches of the Picture
      • FINIS
    • The last Touches of the Picture
    • FINIS
  • CAMILLA:
    • OR,
    • A PICTURE OF YOUTH
      • TO THE
    • TO THE
    • QUEEN
    • ADVERTISEMENT
    • VOLUME I
      • BOOK I
    • BOOK I
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Family Scene
    • A Family Scene
    • CHAPTER II
      • Comic Gambols
    • Comic Gambols
    • CHAPTER III
      • Consequences
    • Consequences
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Studies of a grown Gentleman
    • Studies of a grown Gentleman
    • CHAPTER V
      • Schooling of a young Gentleman
    • Schooling of a young Gentleman
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Tuition of a young Lady
    • Tuition of a young Lady
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Lost Labour
      • BOOK II
    • Lost Labour
    • BOOK II
    • CHAPTER I
      • New Projects
    • New Projects
    • CHAPTER II
      • New Characters
    • New Characters
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Family Breakfast
    • A Family Breakfast
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Public Breakfast
    • A Public Breakfast
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Raffle
    • A Raffle
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Barn
    • A Barn
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Declaration
    • A Declaration
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • An Answer
    • An Answer
    • CHAPTER IX
      • An Explication
    • An Explication
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Panic
    • A Panic
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Two Lovers
    • Two Lovers
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Two Doctors
    • Two Doctors
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Two Ways of looking at the same Thing
    • Two Ways of looking at the same Thing
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • Two Retreats
    • Two Retreats
    • CHAPTER XV
      • Two Sides of a Question
      • END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
    • Two Sides of a Question
    • END OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
    • VOLUME II
      • BOOK III
    • BOOK III
    • CHAPTER I
      • A few kind Offices
    • A few kind Offices
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Pro and a Con
    • A Pro and a Con
    • CHAPTER III
      • An Author's Notion of Travelling
    • An Author's Notion of Travelling
    • CHAPTER IV
      • An internal Detection
    • An internal Detection
    • CHAPTER V
      • An Author's Opinion of Visiting
    • An Author's Opinion of Visiting
    • CHAPTER VI
      • An Author's Idea of Order
    • An Author's Idea of Order
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Maternal Eye
    • A Maternal Eye
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • Modern Ideas of Duty
    • Modern Ideas of Duty
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Few Embarrassments
    • A Few Embarrassments
    • CHAPTER X
      • Modern Ideas of Life
    • Modern Ideas of Life
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Modern Notions of Penitence
    • Modern Notions of Penitence
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Airs and Graces
    • Airs and Graces
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Attic Adventures
      • BOOK IV
    • Attic Adventures
    • BOOK IV
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Few Explanations
    • A Few Explanations
    • CHAPTER II
      • Specimens of Taste
    • Specimens of Taste
    • CHAPTER III
      • A few Compliments
    • A few Compliments
    • CHAPTER IV
      • The Danger of Disguise
    • The Danger of Disguise
    • CHAPTER V
      • Strictures on Deformity
    • Strictures on Deformity
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Strictures on Beauty
    • Strictures on Beauty
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Pleadings of Pity
    • The Pleadings of Pity
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The disastrous Buskins
    • The disastrous Buskins
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Three Golden Maxims
      • END OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
    • Three Golden Maxims
    • END OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
    • VOLUME III
      • BOOK V
    • BOOK V
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Pursuer
    • A Pursuer
    • CHAPTER II
      • An Adviser
    • An Adviser
    • CHAPTER III
      • Various Confabulations
    • Various Confabulations
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Dodging
    • A Dodging
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Sermon
    • A Sermon
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Chat
    • A Chat
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A Recall
    • A Recall
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Youth of the Times
      • BOOK VI
    • A Youth of the Times
    • BOOK VI
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Walk by Moonlight
    • A Walk by Moonlight
    • CHAPTER II
      • The Pantiles
    • The Pantiles
    • CHAPTER III
      • Mount Ephraim
    • Mount Ephraim
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Knowle
    • Knowle
    • CHAPTER V
      • Mount Pleasant
    • Mount Pleasant
    • CHAPTER VI
      • The accomplished Monkies
    • The accomplished Monkies
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Rooms
    • The Rooms
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • Ways to the Heart
    • Ways to the Heart
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Counsels for Conquest
    • Counsels for Conquest
    • CHAPTER X
      • Strictures upon the Ton
    • Strictures upon the Ton
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Traits of Character
    • Traits of Character
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Traits of Eccentricity
    • Traits of Eccentricity
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Traits of Instruction
    • Traits of Instruction
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • A Demander
    • A Demander
    • CHAPTER XV
      • An Accorder
    • An Accorder
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • An Helper
      • END OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
    • An Helper
    • END OF THE THIRD VOLUME.
    • VOLUME IV
      • BOOK VII
    • BOOK VII
    • CHAPTER I
      • The right Style of Arguing
    • The right Style of Arguing
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Council
    • A Council
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Proposal of Marriage
    • A Proposal of Marriage
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Bull-Dog
    • A Bull-Dog
    • CHAPTER V
      • An Oak Tree
    • An Oak Tree
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Call of the House
    • A Call of the House
    • CHAPTER VII
      • The Triumph of Pride
    • The Triumph of Pride
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Summons to Happiness
    • A Summons to Happiness
    • CHAPTER IX
      • Offs and Ons
    • Offs and Ons
    • CHAPTER X
      • Resolutions
    • Resolutions
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Ease and Freedom
    • Ease and Freedom
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Dilemmas
    • Dilemmas
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Live and Learn
      • BOOK VIII
    • Live and Learn
    • BOOK VIII
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Way to make Friends
    • A Way to make Friends
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Rage of Obliging
    • A Rage of Obliging
    • CHAPTER III
      • A Pleasant Adventure
    • A Pleasant Adventure
    • CHAPTER IV
      • An Author's Time-keeper
    • An Author's Time-keeper
    • CHAPTER V
      • An agreeable Hearing
    • An agreeable Hearing
    • CHAPTER VI
      • Ideas upon Marriage
    • Ideas upon Marriage
    • CHAPTER VII
      • How to treat a Defamer
    • How to treat a Defamer
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • The Power of Prepossession
    • The Power of Prepossession
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Scuffle
    • A Scuffle
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Youthful Effusion
    • A Youthful Effusion
    • CHAPTER XI
      • The Computations of Self-Love
    • The Computations of Self-Love
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Juvenile Calculations
      • END OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
    • Juvenile Calculations
    • END OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.
    • VOLUME V
      • BOOK IX
    • BOOK IX
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Water Party
    • A Water Party
    • CHAPTER II
      • Touches of Wit and Humour
    • Touches of Wit and Humour
    • CHAPTER III
      • An Adieu
    • An Adieu
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A modest Request
    • A modest Request
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Self-dissection
    • A Self-dissection
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Reckoning
    • A Reckoning
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Brides and no Brides
    • Brides and no Brides
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Hint for Debtors
    • A Hint for Debtors
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Lover's Eye
    • A Lover's Eye
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Bride's Resolves
    • A Bride's Resolves
    • CHAPTER XI
      • The Workings of Sorrow
      • BOOK X
    • The Workings of Sorrow
    • BOOK X
    • CHAPTER I
      • A Surprise
    • A Surprise
    • CHAPTER II
      • A Narrative
    • A Narrative
    • CHAPTER III
      • The Progress of Dissipation
    • The Progress of Dissipation
    • CHAPTER IV
      • Hints upon National Prejudice
    • Hints upon National Prejudice
    • CHAPTER V
      • The Operation of Terror
    • The Operation of Terror
    • CHAPTER VI
      • The Reverse of a Mask
    • The Reverse of a Mask
    • CHAPTER VII
      • A New View of an old Mansion
    • A New View of an old Mansion
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • A Last Resource
    • A Last Resource
    • CHAPTER IX
      • A Spectacle
    • A Spectacle
    • CHAPTER X
      • A Vision
    • A Vision
    • CHAPTER XI
      • Means to still Agitation
    • Means to still Agitation
    • CHAPTER XII
      • Means to obtain a Boon
    • Means to obtain a Boon
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Questions and Answers
    • Questions and Answers
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • The last Touches of the Picture
      • FINIS
    • The last Touches of the Picture
    • FINIS
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