The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 3
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The Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay — Volume 3

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  • THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF MADAME D'ARBLAY (FRANCES BURNEY.)
  • MADAME DE GENLIS'S HASTY RETREAT.
    • DUCAL VIVACITY AND SADNESS.
    • "CETTE COQUINE DE BRULARD."
    • GRACEFUL OFFERS OF HOSPITALITY.
    • THE EMIGRANTS AT JUNIPER HALL DESCRIBED.
      • M. DE JAUCOURT. MADAME DE STAEL.
      • SEVERE DECREES AGAINST THE EMIGRANTS.
      • MONSIEUR GIRARDIN.
    • M. DE JAUCOURT. MADAME DE STAEL.
    • SEVERE DECREES AGAINST THE EMIGRANTS.
    • MONSIEUR GIRARDIN.
    • THE PHILLIPSES AT JUNIPER HALL.
      • MYSTERY ATTENDING M. DE NARBONNE'S BIRTH.
    • MYSTERY ATTENDING M. DE NARBONNE'S BIRTH.
    • REVOLUTIONARY SOCIETIES IN NORFOLK. DEATH OF MR. FRANCIS.
    • DEPARTURE OF MADAME DE LA CHATRE.
      • ARRIVAL OF M. DE LA CHATRE.
      • A GLOOMY CLUB MEETING.
      • MADAME DE STAEL AT JUNIPER HALL.
    • ARRIVAL OF M. DE LA CHATRE.
    • A GLOOMY CLUB MEETING.
    • MADAME DE STAEL AT JUNIPER HALL.
    • MISS BURNEY'S ADMIRATION OF MADAME DE STAEL.
      • FAILING RESOURCES.
    • FAILING RESOURCES.
  • "THIS ENCHANTING MONSIEUR D'ARBLAY."
    • TALLEYRAND IS FOUND CHARMING.
      • A PROPOSED VISIT TO MADAME DE STAEL DISAPPROVED OF.
      • M. DE LALLY TOLENDAL AND HIS TRAGEDY.
      • MADAME DE STAEL'S WORDS OF FAREWELL. M. D'ARBLAY.
      • REGRETS RESPECTING MADAME DE STAEL.
      • M. D'ARBLAY'S VISIT TO CHESINGTON.
      • DR. BURNEY'S OBJECTIONS TO THE MATCH.
      • THE MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE.
    • A PROPOSED VISIT TO MADAME DE STAEL DISAPPROVED OF.
    • M. DE LALLY TOLENDAL AND HIS TRAGEDY.
    • MADAME DE STAEL'S WORDS OF FAREWELL. M. D'ARBLAY.
    • REGRETS RESPECTING MADAME DE STAEL.
    • M. D'ARBLAY'S VISIT TO CHESINGTON.
    • DR. BURNEY'S OBJECTIONS TO THE MATCH.
    • THE MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE.
  • SECTION 20. (1793-6)
    • LOVE IN A COTTAGE: THE D'ARBLAYS VISIT WINDSOR.
    • MADAME D'ARBLAY ON HER MARRIAGE.
      • MR. CANNING.
      • MRS. PIOZZI.
    • MR. CANNING.
    • MRS. PIOZZI.
    • M. D'ARDLAY AS A GARDENER.
      • A NOVEL AND A TRAGEDY.
      • BABY D'ARBLAY. THE WITHDRAWN TRAGEDY.
      • "CAMILLA."
      • AN INVITATION TO THE HERMITAGE.
      • PRESENTATION OF "CAMILLA" AT WINDSOR.
    • A NOVEL AND A TRAGEDY.
    • BABY D'ARBLAY. THE WITHDRAWN TRAGEDY.
    • "CAMILLA."
    • AN INVITATION TO THE HERMITAGE.
    • PRESENTATION OF "CAMILLA" AT WINDSOR.
    • A CONVERSATION WITH THE QUEEN.
      • CURIOSITY REGARDING M. D'ARBLAY.
      • THE KING APPROVES THE DEDICATION OF "CAMILLA."
      • A DELICIOUS CHAT WITH THE PRINCESSES.
      • THE KING NOTICES M. D'ARBLAY.
      • THE KING AND QUEEN ON "CAMILLA."
      • ANECDOTE OF THE DUCHESS OF YORK.
      • A VISIT TO MRS. BOSCAWEN.
    • CURIOSITY REGARDING M. D'ARBLAY.
    • THE KING APPROVES THE DEDICATION OF "CAMILLA."
    • A DELICIOUS CHAT WITH THE PRINCESSES.
    • THE KING NOTICES M. D'ARBLAY.
    • THE KING AND QUEEN ON "CAMILLA."
    • ANECDOTE OF THE DUCHESS OF YORK.
    • A VISIT TO MRS. BOSCAWEN.
    • THE RELATIVE SUCCESS OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S NOVELS.
      • THE PRINCESS ROYAL'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH HER FIANCE.
      • OPINIONS OF THE REVIEWS ON "CAMILLA."
      • DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S STEPMOTHER.
      • THE FRENCH EMIGRES AT NORBURY.
      • DR. BURNEY'S DEPRESSED STATE.
      • COVETOUS OF PERSONAL DISTINCTION.
      • BABY D'ARBLAY AGAIN ; AND OTHER MATTERS.
      • DEATH OF M. D'ARBLAY'S BROTHER.
      • FROM CREWE HALL TO CHELSEA.
      • WAR TAXES. "CAMILLA" COTTAGE.
      • VISITORS ARRIVE INOPPORTUNELY.
      • ANOTHER VISIT TO THE ROYAL FAMILY.
      • INTERVIEW WITH THE QUEEN.
      • THE KING AND HIS INFANT GRAND-DAUGHTER.
      • ADMIRAL DUNCAN'S VICTORY. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF ORANGE.
      • SOME NOTABLE ACTRESSES.
      • PRINCESS SOPHIA OF GLOUCESTER.
      • THE D'ARBLAY MAISONNETTE.
      • INTERVIEW WITH THE QUEEN AND THE PRINCESSES.
      • ROYAL CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE WAR.
      • INVITATION TO THE PLAY. MRS SCHWELLENBERG'S SUCCESSOR.
      • HIS PRESENTATION TO THE QUEEN.
      • MLLE. BACHMEISTER PRODUCES A FAVOURABLE IMPRESSION.
      • VISITS TO OLD FRIENDS: WESTHAMBLE: DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIPS: SOJOURN IN FRANCE.
      • MRS. BOSCAWEN, LADY STRANGE, AND MR. SEWARD.
      • A MYSTERIOUS BANK-NOTE.
      • THE NEW BROTHER-IN-LAW: A CORDIAL PROFESSOR.
      • PRECOCIOUS MASTER ALEX.
      • THE BARBAULDS.
      • PRINCESS AMELIA AT JUNIPER HALL.
      • DEATH OF MR. SEWARD.
      • DR. BURNEY AGAIN VISITS DR. HERSCHEL.
      • DR. BURNEY AND THE KING.
      • OVERWHELMED WITH THE ROYAL GRACIOUSNESS.
      • WAR RUMOURS.
      • ILLNESS AND DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIPS.
      • A PRINCESS'S CONDESCENSION.
    • THE PRINCESS ROYAL'S FIRST INTERVIEW WITH HER FIANCE.
    • OPINIONS OF THE REVIEWS ON "CAMILLA."
    • DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S STEPMOTHER.
    • THE FRENCH EMIGRES AT NORBURY.
    • DR. BURNEY'S DEPRESSED STATE.
    • COVETOUS OF PERSONAL DISTINCTION.
    • BABY D'ARBLAY AGAIN ; AND OTHER MATTERS.
    • DEATH OF M. D'ARBLAY'S BROTHER.
    • FROM CREWE HALL TO CHELSEA.
    • WAR TAXES. "CAMILLA" COTTAGE.
    • VISITORS ARRIVE INOPPORTUNELY.
    • ANOTHER VISIT TO THE ROYAL FAMILY.
    • INTERVIEW WITH THE QUEEN.
    • THE KING AND HIS INFANT GRAND-DAUGHTER.
    • ADMIRAL DUNCAN'S VICTORY. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF ORANGE.
    • SOME NOTABLE ACTRESSES.
    • PRINCESS SOPHIA OF GLOUCESTER.
    • THE D'ARBLAY MAISONNETTE.
    • INTERVIEW WITH THE QUEEN AND THE PRINCESSES.
    • ROYAL CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE WAR.
    • INVITATION TO THE PLAY. MRS SCHWELLENBERG'S SUCCESSOR.
    • HIS PRESENTATION TO THE QUEEN.
    • MLLE. BACHMEISTER PRODUCES A FAVOURABLE IMPRESSION.
    • VISITS TO OLD FRIENDS: WESTHAMBLE: DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIPS: SOJOURN IN FRANCE.
    • MRS. BOSCAWEN, LADY STRANGE, AND MR. SEWARD.
    • A MYSTERIOUS BANK-NOTE.
    • THE NEW BROTHER-IN-LAW: A CORDIAL PROFESSOR.
    • PRECOCIOUS MASTER ALEX.
    • THE BARBAULDS.
    • PRINCESS AMELIA AT JUNIPER HALL.
    • DEATH OF MR. SEWARD.
    • DR. BURNEY AGAIN VISITS DR. HERSCHEL.
    • DR. BURNEY AND THE KING.
    • OVERWHELMED WITH THE ROYAL GRACIOUSNESS.
    • WAR RUMOURS.
    • ILLNESS AND DEATH OF MRS. PHILLIPS.
    • A PRINCESS'S CONDESCENSION.
    • HORTICULTURAL MISFORTUNES.
      • A WITHDRAWN COMEDY.
      • HOME MATTERS.
      • SUGGESTED ABANDONMENT' OF CAMILLA COTTAGE.
      • M. D'ARBLAY'S PROPOSED RETIREMENT FROM MILITARY SERVICE.
      • ARRIVAL AT CALAIS.
      • "GOD SAVE THE KING!" ON FRENCH SOIL.
      • A RAMBLE THROUGH THE TOWN.
      • ENGAGEMENTS, OCCUPATIONS, AND FATIGUE
      • ANXIETY TO SEE THE FIRST CONSUL.
      • AT THE OPERA-BOUFFE.
      • DIFFICULTIES RESPECTING MADAME DE STAEL.
      • MADAME DE LAFAYETTE.
      • A GOOD PLACE IS SECURED,
      • M. D'ARPLAY'S MILITARY COMRADES.
      • ARRIVAL OF THE TROOPS.
      • AN IMPORTANT NEW ACQUAINTANCE.
      • ADVENT OF THE FIRST CONSUL.
      • THE PARADE OF TROOPS.
    • A WITHDRAWN COMEDY.
    • HOME MATTERS.
    • SUGGESTED ABANDONMENT' OF CAMILLA COTTAGE.
    • M. D'ARBLAY'S PROPOSED RETIREMENT FROM MILITARY SERVICE.
    • ARRIVAL AT CALAIS.
    • "GOD SAVE THE KING!" ON FRENCH SOIL.
    • A RAMBLE THROUGH THE TOWN.
    • ENGAGEMENTS, OCCUPATIONS, AND FATIGUE
    • ANXIETY TO SEE THE FIRST CONSUL.
    • AT THE OPERA-BOUFFE.
    • DIFFICULTIES RESPECTING MADAME DE STAEL.
    • MADAME DE LAFAYETTE.
    • A GOOD PLACE IS SECURED,
    • M. D'ARPLAY'S MILITARY COMRADES.
    • ARRIVAL OF THE TROOPS.
    • AN IMPORTANT NEW ACQUAINTANCE.
    • ADVENT OF THE FIRST CONSUL.
    • THE PARADE OF TROOPS.
    • A SCENE.
      • WITH M. D'ARBLAY'S RELATIVES AT JOIGNY.
      • SOME JOIGNY ACQUAINTANCES.
      • THE INFLUENZA IN PARIS.
      • THE PRINCE OF WALES EULOGIZED.
      • DR. BURNEY AT BATH.
      • A MILD MINISTER OF POLICE.
      • EMBARKATION INTERDICTED.
      • A CHANGE OF PLAN.
      • A NEW PASSPORT OBTAINED.
      • COMMISSIONS FOR LONDON.
      • DELAY AT DUNKIRK.
      • THE MS. OF "THE WANDERER."
      • SPANISH PRISONERS AT DUNKIRK.
      • SURPRISED BY AN OFFICER OF POLICE.
      • INTERROGATED AT THE POLICE OFFICE.
      • THE "MARY ANN" CAPTURED OFF DEAL.
      • JOY ON ARRIVING IN ENGLAND.
      • YOUNG D'ARBLAY SECURES A SCHOLARSHIP.
      • THE QUEEN ALARMED BY A MAD WOMAN.
    • WITH M. D'ARBLAY'S RELATIVES AT JOIGNY.
    • SOME JOIGNY ACQUAINTANCES.
    • THE INFLUENZA IN PARIS.
    • THE PRINCE OF WALES EULOGIZED.
    • DR. BURNEY AT BATH.
    • A MILD MINISTER OF POLICE.
    • EMBARKATION INTERDICTED.
    • A CHANGE OF PLAN.
    • A NEW PASSPORT OBTAINED.
    • COMMISSIONS FOR LONDON.
    • DELAY AT DUNKIRK.
    • THE MS. OF "THE WANDERER."
    • SPANISH PRISONERS AT DUNKIRK.
    • SURPRISED BY AN OFFICER OF POLICE.
    • INTERROGATED AT THE POLICE OFFICE.
    • THE "MARY ANN" CAPTURED OFF DEAL.
    • JOY ON ARRIVING IN ENGLAND.
    • YOUNG D'ARBLAY SECURES A SCHOLARSHIP.
    • THE QUEEN ALARMED BY A MAD WOMAN.
    • A YOUNG GIRL'S ENTRY TO LONDON SOCIETY. MADAME DE STAEL.
      • ROGERS THE POET.
      • INTERVIEW WITH MR. WILBERFORCE.
      • INTENDED PUBLICATION OF "THE WANDERER."
      • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S WOUNDED COMRADES.
      • DEATH OF DR. BURNEY.
    • ROGERS THE POET.
    • INTERVIEW WITH MR. WILBERFORCE.
    • INTENDED PUBLICATION OF "THE WANDERER."
    • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S WOUNDED COMRADES.
    • DEATH OF DR. BURNEY.
    • FAVOURABLE NEWS OF M. D'ARBLAY.
      • "THE WANDERER."
      • GRATTAN THE ORATOR.
      • A DEMONSTRATIVE IRISH LADY,
      • INQUIRIES AFTER THE DUCHESS D'ANGOULEME.
    • "THE WANDERER."
    • GRATTAN THE ORATOR.
    • A DEMONSTRATIVE IRISH LADY,
    • INQUIRIES AFTER THE DUCHESS D'ANGOULEME.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR THE PRESENTATIONS.
      • THE PRESENTATIONS TO THE KING.
      • A FLATTERING ROYAL RECEPTION.
      • AN IMPORTANT LETTER DELAYED.
      • A BRILLIANT ASSEMBLAGE.
      • AN INTERVIEW WITH THE DUCHESS OF ANGOULEME.
      • ARRIVAL AT THE TUILERIES.
      • A MISAPPREHENSION.
      • A DISCOVERY AND A RECTIFICATION.
      • PREVAILING INERTIA ON BONAPARTE'S RETURN FROM ELBA.
      • BONAPARTE'S ADVANCE: CONTEMPLATED MIGRATION FROM PARIS.
      • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S MILITARY PREPARATIONS.
      • PREPARATIONS FOR FLIGHT: LEAVE-TAKINGS.
      • ARISTOCRATIC IRRITABILITY.
      • THE COUNTESS D'AUCH'S COMPOSURE.
      • DEPARTURE FROM PARIS AT NIGHT TIME.
      • A HALT AT LE BOURGET.
      • THE JOURNEY RESUMED.
    • THE PRESENTATIONS TO THE KING.
    • A FLATTERING ROYAL RECEPTION.
    • AN IMPORTANT LETTER DELAYED.
    • A BRILLIANT ASSEMBLAGE.
    • AN INTERVIEW WITH THE DUCHESS OF ANGOULEME.
    • ARRIVAL AT THE TUILERIES.
    • A MISAPPREHENSION.
    • A DISCOVERY AND A RECTIFICATION.
    • PREVAILING INERTIA ON BONAPARTE'S RETURN FROM ELBA.
    • BONAPARTE'S ADVANCE: CONTEMPLATED MIGRATION FROM PARIS.
    • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S MILITARY PREPARATIONS.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR FLIGHT: LEAVE-TAKINGS.
    • ARISTOCRATIC IRRITABILITY.
    • THE COUNTESS D'AUCH'S COMPOSURE.
    • DEPARTURE FROM PARIS AT NIGHT TIME.
    • A HALT AT LE BOURGET.
    • THE JOURNEY RESUMED.
    • RECEPTION AT THE PREFECTURE AT ARRAS.
      • A CHEERFUL DEJEUNER SOMEWHAT RUFFLED.
      • A LOYAL PREFECT.
      • EMBLEMS OF LOYALTY AT DOUAY.
      • STATE OF UNCERTAINTY AT ORCHIES.
      • A MISHAP ON THE ROAD.
      • A KINDLY OFFER OF SHELTER.
      • ALARMED BY POLISH LANCERS.
      • ARRIVAL AT TOURNAY.
      • FUTILE EFFORTS TO COMMUNICATE WITH M. D'ARBLAY.
      • INTERVIEWS WITH M. DE CHATEAUBRIAND.
      • AT BRUSSELS: WATERLOO: REJOINS M. D'ARBLAY.
      • SOJOURN AT BRUSSELS.
      • LETTERS FROM GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
      • ARRIVAL OF GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
      • "RULE BRITANNIA!" IN THE ALLEE VERTE.
      • GENERAL D'ARBLAY LEAVES FOR LUXEMBOURG.
      • AN EXCHANGE OF VISITS.
      • THE ECCENTRIC LADY CAROLINE LAMB.
      • A PROPOSED ROYAL CORPS.
      • PAINFUL SUSPENSE.
      • INQUIETUDE AT BRUSSELS.
      • THE BLACK BRUNSWICKERS.
      • THE OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN.
      • NEWS FROM THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
      • CALMLY AWAITING THE RESULT,
      • A CHECK MET WITH.
      • A CAPTURED FRENCH GENERAL.
      • THE DEARTH OF NEWS.
      • RUMOURS OF THE FRENCH COMING.
      • FRENCH PRISONERS BROUGHT IN.
      • NEWS OF WATERLOO.
      • THE VICTORY DECLARED TO BE COMPLETE.
      • THE WOUNDED AND THE PRISONERS.
      • HOSTILITIES AT AN END: TE DEUM FOR THE VICTORY,
      • MATERNAL ADVICE.
      • ABOUT THE GREAT BATTLE.
      • AN ACCIDENT BEFALLS GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
      • A FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT COLOGNE.
      • DEPARTURE FOR PARIS.
      • A CHANCE VIEW OF THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.
      • ENGLISH TROOPS IN OCCUPATION.
      • LEAVETAKING: M. DE TALLEYRAND.
      • AT BATH AND ILFRACOMBE: GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S ILLNESS AND DEATH.
      • ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND.
      • ALEXANDER D'ARBLAY: SOME OLD BATH FRIENDS.
      • FRENCH AFFAIRS. GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S HEALTH.
      • THE ESCAPE OF LAVALETTE. THE STREATHAM PORTRAITS.
      • REGARDING HUSBAND AND SON.
      • PLAYFUL REPROACHES AND SOBER COUNSEL.
      • PREPARATIONS FOR LEAVING BATH.
      • INSTALLED AT ILFRACOMBE.
      • A CAPTURED SPANISH SHIP.
      • THE SPANISH CAPTAIN'S COOK.
      • SHIPS IN DISTRESS.
      • PARTICULARS OF ILFRACOMBE.
      • A VISIT FROM THE FIRST CHESS PLAYER IN ENGLAND.
    • A CHEERFUL DEJEUNER SOMEWHAT RUFFLED.
    • A LOYAL PREFECT.
    • EMBLEMS OF LOYALTY AT DOUAY.
    • STATE OF UNCERTAINTY AT ORCHIES.
    • A MISHAP ON THE ROAD.
    • A KINDLY OFFER OF SHELTER.
    • ALARMED BY POLISH LANCERS.
    • ARRIVAL AT TOURNAY.
    • FUTILE EFFORTS TO COMMUNICATE WITH M. D'ARBLAY.
    • INTERVIEWS WITH M. DE CHATEAUBRIAND.
    • AT BRUSSELS: WATERLOO: REJOINS M. D'ARBLAY.
    • SOJOURN AT BRUSSELS.
    • LETTERS FROM GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
    • ARRIVAL OF GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
    • "RULE BRITANNIA!" IN THE ALLEE VERTE.
    • GENERAL D'ARBLAY LEAVES FOR LUXEMBOURG.
    • AN EXCHANGE OF VISITS.
    • THE ECCENTRIC LADY CAROLINE LAMB.
    • A PROPOSED ROYAL CORPS.
    • PAINFUL SUSPENSE.
    • INQUIETUDE AT BRUSSELS.
    • THE BLACK BRUNSWICKERS.
    • THE OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN.
    • NEWS FROM THE FIELD OF BATTLE.
    • CALMLY AWAITING THE RESULT,
    • A CHECK MET WITH.
    • A CAPTURED FRENCH GENERAL.
    • THE DEARTH OF NEWS.
    • RUMOURS OF THE FRENCH COMING.
    • FRENCH PRISONERS BROUGHT IN.
    • NEWS OF WATERLOO.
    • THE VICTORY DECLARED TO BE COMPLETE.
    • THE WOUNDED AND THE PRISONERS.
    • HOSTILITIES AT AN END: TE DEUM FOR THE VICTORY,
    • MATERNAL ADVICE.
    • ABOUT THE GREAT BATTLE.
    • AN ACCIDENT BEFALLS GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
    • A FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT COLOGNE.
    • DEPARTURE FOR PARIS.
    • A CHANCE VIEW OF THE EMPEROR OF RUSSIA.
    • ENGLISH TROOPS IN OCCUPATION.
    • LEAVETAKING: M. DE TALLEYRAND.
    • AT BATH AND ILFRACOMBE: GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S ILLNESS AND DEATH.
    • ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND.
    • ALEXANDER D'ARBLAY: SOME OLD BATH FRIENDS.
    • FRENCH AFFAIRS. GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S HEALTH.
    • THE ESCAPE OF LAVALETTE. THE STREATHAM PORTRAITS.
    • REGARDING HUSBAND AND SON.
    • PLAYFUL REPROACHES AND SOBER COUNSEL.
    • PREPARATIONS FOR LEAVING BATH.
    • INSTALLED AT ILFRACOMBE.
    • A CAPTURED SPANISH SHIP.
    • THE SPANISH CAPTAIN'S COOK.
    • SHIPS IN DISTRESS.
    • PARTICULARS OF ILFRACOMBE.
    • A VISIT FROM THE FIRST CHESS PLAYER IN ENGLAND.
    • THE DIARY CONTINUED.
      • CAUGHT BY THE RISING TIDE.
      • EFFORTS TO REACH A PLACE OF SAFETY.
      • A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS.
      • LITTLE DIANE.
      • ARRIVAL OF SUCCOUR.
      • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S RETURN TO ENGLAND.
      • THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S DEATH.
      • THE QUEEN AND PRINCESSES AT BATH.
      • NEWS ARRIVES OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S DEATH.
      • AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE. SERIOUS ILLNESS OF GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
      • GENERAL D'ARBLAY PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN.
      • GLOOMY FOREBODINGS.
    • CAUGHT BY THE RISING TIDE.
    • EFFORTS TO REACH A PLACE OF SAFETY.
    • A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS.
    • LITTLE DIANE.
    • ARRIVAL OF SUCCOUR.
    • GENERAL D'ARBLAY'S RETURN TO ENGLAND.
    • THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S DEATH.
    • THE QUEEN AND PRINCESSES AT BATH.
    • NEWS ARRIVES OF THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'S DEATH.
    • AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE. SERIOUS ILLNESS OF GENERAL D'ARBLAY.
    • GENERAL D'ARBLAY PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN.
    • GLOOMY FOREBODINGS.
    • THE GENERAL RECEIVES THE VISIT OF A PRIEST.
      • THE LAST SACRAMENT ADMINISTERED.
      • FAREWELL WORDS OF COUNSEL.
      • THE END ARRIVES.
      • YEARS OF WIDOWHOOD. DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SON. HER OWN DEATH.
      • MOURNFUL REFLECTIONS.
      • VISITS RECEIVED AND LETTERS PENNED.
      • REMOVAL FROM BATH TO LONDON.
    • THE LAST SACRAMENT ADMINISTERED.
    • FAREWELL WORDS OF COUNSEL.
    • THE END ARRIVES.
    • YEARS OF WIDOWHOOD. DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SON. HER OWN DEATH.
    • MOURNFUL REFLECTIONS.
    • VISITS RECEIVED AND LETTERS PENNED.
    • REMOVAL FROM BATH TO LONDON.
    • DEATH OF THE QUEEN: SKETCH OF HER CHARACTER.(331)
      • MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SON IS ORDAINED.
      • QUEEN CAROLINE.
      • GOSSIP FROM AN OLD FRIEND, AND THE REPLY.
    • MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SON IS ORDAINED.
    • QUEEN CAROLINE.
    • GOSSIP FROM AN OLD FRIEND, AND THE REPLY.
    • ILL-HEALTH OF THE REV. A. D'ARBLAY. DR. BURNEY'S MSS.
      • A LAST GOSSIPING LETTER.
      • DEATH OF MRS. PIOZZI.
      • SISTER HETTY.
      • OFFICIAL DUTIES TEMPORARILY RESUMED.
      • MADAME D'ARBLAY'S HEALTH AND OCCUPATION.
      • DESTROYED CORRESPONDENCE.
      • THE PRINCESS AND THE REV. A. D'ARBLAY.
      • A VISIT FROM SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • A LAST GOSSIPING LETTER.
    • DEATH OF MRS. PIOZZI.
    • SISTER HETTY.
    • OFFICIAL DUTIES TEMPORARILY RESUMED.
    • MADAME D'ARBLAY'S HEALTH AND OCCUPATION.
    • DESTROYED CORRESPONDENCE.
    • THE PRINCESS AND THE REV. A. D'ARBLAY.
    • A VISIT FROM SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • MEMOIRS OF DR. BURNEY.
      • DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SISTER CHARLOTTE.
    • DEATH OF MADAME D'ARBLAY'S SISTER CHARLOTTE.
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