Lord Livesey s Bluestocking

She is firmly on the shelf.

Lord Livesey s Bluestocking

She is firmly on the shelf. He needs a wife for his motherless children. Surely nothing would go amiss in their quest to find true love? Miss Phoebe Westbrook wishes she was anywhere other than at Lord Livesey's House Party. Family loyalty and duty forced her to accept the invitation. When she overhears Lord Livesey's opinion of her, she knows he wishes her as far away from him as she does. Determined to make the most of his library whilst visiting, she soon finds herself being drawn into the lives of Lord Livesey and his children, whether she likes it or not... Lord Livesey has lived a lie. His marriage was not the love match everyone presumed. His children are strangers to him. After the death of his wife, he hid from the world. Persuaded to host a house party in which he's now trapped he scorns the women in attendance. After dismissing Phoebe cruelly, it seems that a future with her may be just the thing he's looking for... An unconventional marriage proposal causes everything to be called into question. Misplaced values and hidden emotions will test any chance of a relationship they might have. Both will face hurdles they never anticipated but one thing's for sure - life won't ever be the same again.... Lord Livesey's Bluestocking is a Regency romance topped with a generous dose of humour, action, and tears. If you like simmering chemistry, troubled heroes, and feisty women, then you'll love Audrey Harrison's Regency tale. Buy Lord Livesey's Bluestocking to travel to true love today!

Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire

... 12 Livesey, Ruth, 57 Lloyd, David, 80–81 Loch, Sir Henry, 100 Macaulay,
Thomas Babington:on “bluestockings,” 75; onCatholic emancipation, 80;
celebrityof, 72;early. London, reading classes of, 54 L'Ouverture, Toussaint, 193;
in The ...

Ten Books That Shaped the British Empire

Combining insights from imperial studies and transnational book history, this provocative collection opens new vistas on both fields through ten accessible essays, each devoted to a single book. Contributors revisit well-known works associated with the British empire, including Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Thomas Macaulay's History of England, Charles Pearson's National Life and Character, and Robert Baden-Powell's Scouting for Boys. They explore anticolonial texts in which authors such as C. L. R. James and Mohandas K. Gandhi chipped away at the foundations of imperial authority, and they introduce books that may be less familiar to students of empire. Taken together, the essays reveal the dynamics of what the editors call an "imperial commons," a lively, empire-wide print culture. They show that neither empire nor book were stable, self-evident constructs. Each helped to legitimize the other. Contributors. Tony Ballantyne, Elleke Boehmer, Catherine Hall, Isabel Hofmeyr, Aaron Kamugisha, Marilyn Lake, Charlotte Macdonald, Derek Peterson, Mrinalini Sinha, Tridip Suhrud, André du Toit

Live Stock Journal

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8. E , Dean and son ( Dowsby ( herry ... Lord Wil press of York ) ; 2 , J. T.
Bradshaw . Heifer cait , under one year ( 5 SHEEP . loughby de Broke ( Blue
stocking ) ...

Live Stock Journal


Conversable Worlds

Major, Emma, 'The Politics of Sociability: Public Dimensions of the Bluestocking
Millennium', in Huntington Library Quarterly, ... (eds), The Godwinian Moments:
From the Enlightenment to Romanticism (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2011
), 83–102. ——, 'Morals, Manners, and Liberty: British Radicals and Perceptions
of America in the 1790s', in Ella Dzelzainis and Ruth Livesey (eds), The
American ...

Conversable Worlds

Around 1700 a new commercial society was emerging that thought of its values as the product of exchanges between citizens. A welter of publications-periodical essays, novels, and poetry-enjoined the virtues of conversation and were enthusiastically discussed in book clubs and literary societies, creating their own conversable worlds.

The Hackney Stud Book

15360 , Issued April 25th , 1907 H. Livesey , Rotherfield . To R. G. Heaton , The ...
15841 , Issued August 15th , 1907 Sir G. Greenall , Bt . , Warrington . To D.
Williams ... 15642 , Issued July 13th , 1907 W. B. Tubbs , J. P. , Mill Hill , N.W. To
H. B. Brant , 34 , Queen's Gate , S.W. 18651 TERRINGTON BLUE STOCKING .
No.

The Hackney Stud Book


New York Magazine

With his large but not preposterous nose. lacobi takes on a curious resemblance
to Robert Donat or Roger Livesey — unsightliness makes him handsomer. ... As
Roxane, Sin- ead Cusack is greatly appealing and accomplished, though her
bluestocking may be a mite kittenish and ... Although Colin Fox (Sir Nathaniel),
Michael Higgins (Holofernes), and Ken Kliban (Armado) have their moments, the
rest ...

New York Magazine

New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

The Country Gentleman

In old bulls, Mr. James Blythe wins well with Distinction's Pride; Lord Rothschild
in young bulls with Spot's Lad, as also in cows with Pontorson, both ... section,
the best being Lord Willoughby de Brooke's Bluestocking. Coach ... The best
Hackney mare is one belonging to Mr. H. Livesey, Nellie III, a very beautiful
chestnut.

The Country Gentleman


The Cultivator Country Gentleman

Hun ters were not a very good section, the best be lng Lord Willoughby de
Brooke's Bluestocking. Coach horses were fair, ... The best Hackney mare is one
belonging to Mr. H. Livesey, Nellie III, a very beautiful chestnut. She is nine years
old, ...

The Cultivator   Country Gentleman


The Sporting review ed by Craven

... 3 lb . ; Two - year - old Course ( five subscribers ) . Lord Kelburne ' s ch . c . by
Retainer , dam by St . Patrick , out of Blue Stocking ( W . Oates ) Mr ... old ( M .
Hutchinson ) Mr . Heppel ' s br . g . Sambo Sutton , aged ( J . Livesey ) Mr .
Appleby ...

The Sporting review  ed  by  Craven


Sporting Review

Lord Kelburne ' s ch . c . by Retainer , dam by St . Patrick , out of Blue Stocking (
W . Oates ) Mi . Thompson ' s ch . f . The Biddy ... Mr . Heppel ' s br . g . Sambo
Sutton , aged ( J . Livesey ) Mr . Appleby ' s b . f . by Mulatto , out of Priestess , four
 ...

Sporting Review


The Family Herald

ISABEL ( either Pope or Young ) , GRESHAM ; J. C. M .; Blue STOCKING ;, I. E.
Scott ; provided Gratis . ... Road , Grove Road , Upper Holloway . constant
employment from Mrs. PULLAN , on acquiring Kindly , then , dear Sir , inform
them , Rents £ 20 and £ 94 . ... Mr. LIVESEY brought out REVELATIONS OF THE
FUTURE !

The Family Herald


Baily s Magazine of Sports Pastimes

... White Socks and Mr. prised to see Lord Willoughby de Wilkinson's Financier
were respecBroke's Blue Stocking passed over ... Mr. that it will surely be a very
Livesey's stable was , of course , good thing for horse shows when formidable ,
and ...

Baily s Magazine of Sports   Pastimes


Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes

... Socks and Mr. prised to see Lord Willoughby de Wilkinson's Financier were
respecBroke's Blue Stocking passed over ... Mr. that it will surely be a a very
Livesey's stable was , of course , good thing for horse shows when formidable ,
and ...

Baily s Magazine of Sports and Pastimes


John Simon on Theater

Criticism, 1974-2003 John Ivan Simon, John Simon, Sir ... not preposterous nose
, Jacobi takes on a curious resemblance to Robert Donat or Roger
Liveseyunsightliness makes him handsomer . ... As Roxane , Sinead Cusack is
greatly appealing and accomplished , though her bluestocking may be a mite
kittenish and her ...

John Simon on Theater

JOHN SIMON ON THEATRE: CRITICISM 1974-2003

Arts Humanities Citation Index

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