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admirable novel Agnes Stanfield Agnes Trevelyan Agnes's ain't anxiety Author Beatrice Trevelyan beautiful began blacksmith Ceramic Art child comfort consolation cried darling daughter door doubt EDWARD IRVING everything excitement eyes face father fear feeling felt Freke friends give gone Gumri hand hands fast happened hard heard heart hope HURST AND BLACKETT'S idea interest Jack Charlton John Halifax Josiah Wedgwood JULIA KAVANAGH kind knew lady letter little Walter lived London Bridge station look Lord Chancellor Lord Eustace Cecil Madelon mamma married mind Miss Trevelyan momentary mother natural never pain pause perhaps pleasant poor Roger Trevelyan seemed sense sentiment silent Sir Roger smile speak story sudden suffered sure talk thing thought tion took trembling turned velyan Victor Hugo village Walter wife Windholm window woman women words yacht
Side 325 - This very beautiful book is the first of two volumes which will contain that Life of Wedgwood which for the last fifteen years Miss Meteyard has had in view, and to which the Wedgwood family, and all who have papers valuable in relation to its subject, have been cordially contributing. In his admirable sketch of Wedgwood, given at Burslem, it was to the publication of this biography that Mr.