Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Jane Austen's Pancetta
"Oh, Mr. Legge-Bourke, You know I cannot come away with you because my family's fortune is on the wane and soon I feel that Father might loose his peerage."
"Worry yourself not, Ms. Rentoul. With the coming of Mr.______ you will needs nothing toward your wants."
"If only Mr.______ could arrive soon-haste. Our sty needs re-guilding. I have a shame by it. Mr. Legge-Bourke, could you see us a marriage under the rose? It would take a great burden from my hocks."
"Ms. Rentoul! You know everything in which I involve myself is always quite Bristol!"
"Truly, Mr. Legge-Bourke, truly."
Posted by Robert Tres at 5:55 PM