The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 2
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 2

By Fanny Burney
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  • THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF MADAME D'ARBLAY (FRANCES BURNEY.)
    • WITH AN ENGRAVING OF GEORGE III., QUEEN CHARLOTTE, AND THEIR FAMILY.
  • 10. (1787) COURT DUTIES AT ST. JAMES'S AND WINDSOR —9-48
    • SECTION 10. (1787)
      • A SERIOUS DILEMMA.
        • COUNSELS OF A COURT OFFICIAL.
      • COLONEL WELLBRED IS RECEIVED AT TEA.
      • ECCENTRIC MR. BRYANT.
        • MR TURBULENT IN A NEW CHARACTER.
        • BANTERING A PRINCESS.
        • MR. TURBULENT MEETS WITH A REBUFF.
        • A SURPRISE AT THE PLAY.
        • THE EQUERRIES: COLONEL MANNERS.
        • COLONEL MANNERS' MUSICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS.
        • MRS. SCHWELLENBERG'S "LUMP OF LEATHER."
        • COURT DUTIES: SOME VARIATIONS IN THEIR ROUTINE.
        • BUNBURY, THE CARICATURIST.
        • MR. FAIRLY'S BEREAVEMENT.
        • TROUBLESOME MR. TURBULENT.
        • A CONCEITED PARSON.
        • MR. TURBULENT BECOMES A NUISANCE.
        • DR. HERSCHEL AND HIS SISTER.
        • GAY AND ENTERTAINING MR. BUNBURY.
      • THE PRINCE OF WALES AT WINDSOR AGAIN.
        • TYRANNICAL MRS. SCHWELLENBERG.
      • MRS. SCHWELLENBERG'S CAPRICIOUSNESS.
        • CHATTY MR. BRYANT AGAIN.
        • A PAIR OF PARAGONS.
      • SOME TRIVIAL COURT INCIDENTS.
        • WARREN HASTINGS APPEARS AT THE BAR.
      • THE LORD CHANCELLOR'S SPEECH.
        • THE READING OF THE CHARGES COMMENCED.
        • AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE.
        • WILLIAM WINDHAM) ESQ., M.P.
        • MISS BURNEY BATTLES FOR THE ACCUSED.
        • A WEARIED M.P.-MR. CRUTCHLEY REAPPEARS.
        • MR. WINDHAM DISCUSSES THE IMPEACHMENT.
      • WINDHAM AFFECTS TO COMMISERATE HASTINGS.
        • FURTHER CONVERSATION WITH MR. WINDHAM.
      • MRS. CREWE, MR. BURKE, AND MR. WINDHAM.
        • MISS BURNEY'S UNBIASED SENTIMENTS.
        • AT WINDSOR AGAIN.
        • DEATH OF MRS. DELANY.
        • AGAIN AT WINDSOR.
      • ANOTHER MEETING WITH MR. CRUTCHLEY.
        • COLONEL FAIRLY AND SECOND ATTACHMENTS.
        • ROYAL VISIT TO CHELTENHAM.
        • LOYALTY NOT DAMPED BY THE RAIN.
        • ARRIVAL AT FAUCONBERG HALL.
        • THE TEA-TABLE DIFFICULTY.
        • A TETE-A-TETE WITH COLONEL FAIRLY.
        • ROYALTY CROWDED AT FAUCONBERG HALL.
        • AT THE WELLS.
        • MISS BURNEY MEETS AN OLD FRIEND.
        • COLONEL FAIRLY AGAIN.
        • A VISIT TO MISS PALMER.
        • "ORIGINAL LOVE LETTERS."
        • ON THE WALKS.
        • AN UNEXPECTED VISITOR.
        • COURTS AND COURT LIFE.
        • THE VINDICTIVE BARETTI.
        • COLONEL FAIRLY AGAIN PRESENTS HIMSELF.
        • THE COLONEL AND THE "ORIGINAL LOVE LETTERS."
        • THE GOUT AND THE LOVE LETTERS, AGAIN.
        • YOUNG REPUBLICANS CONVERTED.
      • THE PRINCES' ANIMAL SPIRITS.
        • AN UN-COURTLY VISITOR.
        • FROM GRAVE TO GAY.
        • A VISIT TO WORCESTER.
        • THE QUEEN AND MR. FAIRLY.
        • MR. FAIRLY MORALIZES.
        • MAJOR PRICE IS TIRED OF RETIREMENT.
        • MR. FAIRLY'S LITTLE NOTE.
        • THE RETURN TO WINDSOR.
        • THE PRINCE EYES MISS BURNEY CURIOUSLY.
        • COLONEL MANNERS'S BEATING.
        • BARON TRENCK: MR. TURBULENT"S RAILLERY.
        • AMIABLE MRS. SCHWELLENBERG AGAIN.
        • A ROYAL JOKE.
        • ILLNESS OF MRS. SCHWELLENBERG.
        • GENERAL GRENVILLE'S REGIMENT AT DRILL.
        • THE KING'S ILLNESS.
      • THE KING COMPLAINS OF WANT OF SLEEP.
        • DISTRESS OF THE QUEEN.
      • AN ANXIOUS NIGHT.
        • THE KING'S DELIRIOUS CONDITION.
        • THE KING REFUSES TO SEE DR. WARREN.
        • A VISIT FROM MR. FAIRLY.
        • THE KING'S NIGHT WATCHERS.
        • NEW ARRANGEMENTS.
        • THE PRINCESS AUGUSTA'S BIRTHDAY.
      • STRINGENT NEW REGULATIONS.
        • MRS. SCHWELLENBERG IS BACK AGAIN.
      • PUBLIC PRAYERS FOR THE KING DECIDED UPON.
        • FURTHER CHANGES AT THE LODGE.
      • MR. FAIRLY AND THE LEARNED LADIES.
      • REPORTS ON THE KING'S CONDITION.
        • MR. FAIRLY WANTS A CHANGE.
        • A PRIVY COUNCIL HELD.
      • A MYSTERIOUS VISITOR.
        • THE ARRANGEMENTS AT KEW PALACE.
        • A REGENCY HINTED AT.
        • MR. FAIRLY'S KIND OFFICES.
        • MRS. SCHWELLENBERG'S PARLOUR.
        • A NEW PHYSICIAN SUMMONED.
        • THE KING'S VARYING CONDITION.
        • LEARNING IN WOMEN.
      • THE QUEEN AND MR. FAIRLY'S VISITS.
        • MR. FAIRLY ON FANS.
        • MR. FAIRLY CONTINUES HIS VISITS: THE QUEEN AGAIN REMARKS UPON THEM.
        • THE SEARCH FOR MR. FAIRLY.
      • A ROYAL SALUTE AND ROYAL CONFIDENCES.
        • THE REGENCY BILL.
        • INFINITELY LICENTIOUS!
        • IMPROVEMENT IN THE KING'S, HEALTH.
        • MR. FAIRLY AND MR. WINDHAM.
        • THE KING CONTINUES TO IMPROVE.
        • SECTION 15. (1789-)
        • AN AIRING AND ITS CONSEQUENCES.
      • A VISIT FROM MISS FUZILIER.
        • A COMMAND FROM HER MAJESTY.
    • COLONEL MANNERS MYSTIFIES MRS. SCHWELLENBERG.
      • THE SAILOR PRINCE.
        • LOYAL RECEPTION OF THE KING IN THE NEW FOREST.
        • WELCOME TO WEYMOUTH.
        • THE ROYAL PLUNGE WITH MUSICAL HONOURS. "YOU MUST KNEEL, SIR!"
        • ROYAL DOINGS IN AND ABOUT WEYMOUTH.
        • A PATIENT AUDIENCE.
        • A FATIGUING BUT PLEASANT DAY.
      • LULWORTH CASTLE.
        • MAY "ONE" COME IN?
        • A VISIT TO A SEVENTY-FOUR.
        • A DAY AT MOUNT-EDGECUMBE.
        • MR. FAIRLY ON A COURT LIFE.
        • A BRIEF SOJOURN AT LONGLEAT.
        • TOTTENHAM COURT: RETURN TO WINDSOR.
        • A ROYAL VISIT TO THE THEATRE: JAMMED IN THE CROWD.
        • MR. FAIRLY'S MARRIAGE IMMINENT.
        • COURT DUTIES DISCUSSED.
        • MR. FAIRLY'S STRANGE WEDDING.
        • AN ILLBRED EARL OF CHESTERFIELD.
        • THE LONG-FORGOTTEN TRAGEDY: MISS BURNEY AGAIN AS READER.
        • COLONEL MANNERS IN HIS SENATORIAL CAPACITY.
      • A CONVERSATION WITH MR. WINDHAM AT THE HASTINGS TRIAL.
        • A GLIMPSE OF MRS. PIOZZI.
        • CAPTAIN BURNEY WANTS A SHIP AND TO GO TO COURT.
      • CAPTAIN BURNEY AND MR. WINDHAM.
        • MR. WINDHAM SPEAKS ON A LEGAL POINT.
        • AN EMPHATIC PERORATION.
        • AN APTITUDE FOR LOGIC AND FOR GREEK.
        • MORE TALK WITH MR. WINDHAM.
        • MISS BURNEY RESIGNS HER PLACE AT COURT.
        • BURKE'S SPEECH ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
      • AN AWKWARD MEETING.
        • A NEW VISIT FROM MRS. FAIRLY.
        • ONE TRAGEDY FINISHED AND ANOTHER COMMENCED.
        • MR. WINDHAM INTERVENES.
        • AN AMUSING INTERVIEW WITH MR. BOSWELL.
        • ILL, UNSETTLED, AND UNHAPPY.
        • A MEDICAL OPINION ON MISS BURNEY'S CONDITION.
        • MISS BURNEY BREAKS THE MATTER TO THE QUEEN.
        • THE MEMORIAL AND EXPLANATORY NOTE.
        • THE KEEPER OF THE ROBES' CONSTERNATION.
        • LEAVE OF ABSENCE IS SUGGESTED.
      • A ROYAL GIFT TO THE MASTER OF THE HORSE.
        • CONFERENCES WITH THE QUEEN.
        • MISS BURNEY DETERMINES ON SECLUSION.
        • THE HASTINGS TRIAL RESUMED: 'THE ACCUSED MAKES HIS DEFENCE.
        • MR. WINDHAM IS CONGRATULATED ON HIS SILENCE.
        • PRINCE WILLIAM INSISTS ON THE KING'S HEALTH BEING DRUNK.
        • THE PROCESSION TO THE BALL-ROOM: ABSENCE OF THE PRINCES.
        • THE CLOSE OF MISS BURNEY'S COURT DUTIES.
        • MISS BURNEY'S SUCCESSOR. A PENSION FROM THE QUEEN.
      • LEAVE-TAKINGS.
        • FAREWELL TO KEW.
        • THE FINAL PARTING.
        • REGAINED LIBERTY.
        • A WESTERN JOURNEY: FARNHAM CASTLE.
        • STONEHENGE, WILTON, AND MILTON ABBEY.
        • LYME AND SIDMOUTH.
      • SIDMOUTH LOYALTY.
        • POWDERHAM CASTLE AND COLLUMPTON CHURCH.
        • GLASTONBURY ABBEY.
        • WELLS CATHEDRAL.
        • BATH REVISITED.
        • A VISIT FROM LADY SPENCER.
        • BATH SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
        • GEORGIANA, DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE
        • BISHOP PERCY.
        • THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE AGAIN.
        • LITERARY RECREATION.
        • AMONG OLD FRIENDS.
        • MR. HASTINGS'S DEFENCE.
        • DIVERSE VIEWS.
      • MR. LAW'S SPEECH DISCUSSED.
        • MR. WINDHAM ON THE FRENCH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.
      • "A BARBAROUS BUSINESS!"
        • DEATH OF SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS.
        • A POINT OF CEREMONIAL.
        • MRS. SCHWELLENBERG AND MLLE. JACOBI.
        • A LONG TALK WITH THE KING AND QUEEN.
        • MADAME DE GENLIS: A WOEFUL CHANGE.
        • THE WEEPING BEAUTY AGAIN.
        • BOSWELL'S MIMICRY OF DR. JOHNSON.
        • THE KING'S BIRTHDAY.
        • MR. HASTINGS'S SPEECH.
        • A WELL-PRESERVED BEAUTY.
        • THE BURKES.
        • BURKE'S CONVERSATIONAL POWERS.
        • A WILD IRISH GIRL.
        • CAEN-WOOD.
        • AN ADVENTURE WITH MRS. CREWE.
      • AN INVITATION FROM ARTHUR YOUNG.
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