England in 1815: A Critical Edition of The Journal of Joseph by A. Rauch

By A. Rauch

An annotated version of an American's attractive account of tradition and politics in England in the course of a very important interval in British background. This new version positive factors an intensive creation, a number of primary-source appendices, and different serious gear.

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From the time we were boarded from the Musquito until our arrival at Liverpool we were surrounded by this fleet. 18 On our arrival in the harbour we were boarded by an officer of a 74-gun ship brig19 at anchor there, who requested Captain Nickels to furnish him with a list of his crew, that in the event of any of them being impressed20 they might be known and liberated. These orders were from the government, and certainly they indicated a disposition to make the peace of lasting duration as far as regarded this cause of complaint.

However, Austen’s novels stand apart from those of any writer of the time, whether Burney or Maria Edgeworth, because of her astonishing ability to capture the nuances of dialogue and the subtlety of manners that are at the heart of human social complexity. ”56 Whether Ballard had ever heard of Austen is something we will never know, but his very presence in England—to take advantage of a rising and unprecedented capitalism—speaks to another dimension of her concerns about society. Austen understood that as England was being transformed by what historian F.

When I entered the house I found Miss I. occupied in the old-fashioned Yankee employment of darning stockings. I was delighted with the ease with which I was received. The young lady continued her work until I inquired for a direction to a place, when she offered to accompany me as a guide. So away we trudged, arm in arm, like old acquaintances. We had a deal of chat and I found her a very pleasant companion. I took leave of my Warrington friends after many kind invitations to return and pass a few days with them, then went to the Inn and after paying my bill, “boots,”43 waiter and chambermaid, departed in 34 England in 1815 the coach for Manchester.

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