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The Old Manor House

Charlotte Turner Smith (1749-1806)

1. 01 - Volume 1 Chapter 1
2. 02 - Volume 1 Chapter 2
3. 03 - Volume 1 Chapter 3
4. 04 - Volume 1 Chapter 4
5. 05 - Volume 1 Chapter 5
6. 06 - Volume 1 Chapter 6
7. 07 - Volume 1 Chapter 7
8. 08 - Volume 1 Chapter 8
9. 09 - Volume 1 Chapter 9
10. 10 - Volume 1 Chapter 10
11. 11 - Volume 1 Chapter 11
12. 12 - Volume 1 Chapter 12
13. 13 - Volume 2 Chapter 1
14. 14 - Volume 2 Chapter 2
15. 15 - Volume 2 Chapter 3
16. 16 - Volume 2 Chapter 4
17. 17 - Volume 2 Chapter 5
18. 18 - Volume 2 Chapter 6
19. 19 - Volume 2 Chapter 7
20. 20 - Volume 2 Chapter 8
21. 21 - Volume 2 Chapter 9
22. 22 - Volume 2 Chapter 10
23. 23 - Volume 2 Chapter 11
24. 24 - Volume 2 Chapter 12
25. 25 - Volume 2 Chapter 13
26. 26 - Volume 3 Chapter 1
27. 27 - Volume 3 Chapter 2
28. 28 - Volume 3 Chapter 3
29. 29 - Volume 3 Chapter 4
30. 30 - Volume 3 Chapter 5
31. 31 - Volume 3 Chapter 6
32. 32 - Volume 3 Chapter 7
33. 33 - Volume 3 Chapter 8
34. 34 - Volume 3 Chapter 9
35. 35 - Volume 3 Chapter 10
36. 36 - Volume 3 Chapter 11
37. 37 - Volume 3 Chapter 12
38. 38 - Volume 3 Chapter 13
39. 39 - Volume 3 Chapter 14
40. 40 - Volume 4 Chapter 1
41. 41 - Volume 4 Chapter 2
42. 42 - Volume 4 Chapter 3
43. 43 - Volume 4 Chapter 4
44. 44 - Volume 4 Chapter 5
45. 45 - Volume 4 Chapter 6
46. 46 - Volume 4 Chapter 7
47. 47 - Volume 4 Chapter 8
48. 48 - Volume 4 Chapter 9 Part 1
49. 49 - Volume 4 Chapter 9 Part 2
50. 50 - Volume 4 Chapter 10
51. 51 - Volume 4 Chapter 11
52. 52 - Volume 4 Chapter 12
53. 53 - Volume 4 Chapter 13

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Summary

The proud, cruel and arrogant Mrs. Rayland never married. Therefore, "Rayland Hall", the old Manor House of the title, had to pass to their heir, Somerive, whom they never treated kindly. According to the British laws at the time, the heir must be the oldest son. But what is to be done when the second son is more worthy of it - and is more beloved by Miss Rayland herself? And must the fact that he is in love with a servant and dependent of Miss Rayland take its toll?