Fidelity rewarded: or, The history of Polly Granville.
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Fidelity rewarded: or, The history of Polly Granville. In a series of letters; giving an account of her suffering for her stedfast adherance to her promise; and also of her deliverance from her troubles, and her marriage, in consequence of her father"s commencing a virtuous and religious course of life.

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Published by From the press of Young and Minns, State Street.-- in Boston .
Written in English


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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 33734.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination99, [1] p.
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14592540M

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  From Fidelity Rewarded, Or, The History of Polly Granville () From Mrs. Patterson, The Unfortunate Lovers, and Cruel Parents () Susanna Rowson, “Affection” and “The Choice,” Miscellaneous Poems () Appendix C: Entertainments in Early Urban America. Thomas Crehore, Playing Cards (c. )Brand: Broadview Press. Fidelity Rewarded, Or, The History of Polly Granville), “one of the first openly rebellious teenage daughters in American literature,” who serves as a useful comparison for Emily Hammond (). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "The history of the Granville family: traced back to Rollo, first Duke of Normandy: . FIDELITY THROUGH HISTORY (OR TO IT) Jack N. Rakove* INTRODUCTION A conception of fidelity comes naturally to historians. From their tutelage in graduate seminars through the prolonged apprentice-.

The Reward of Virtue; or, the History of Miss Polly Graham, ; The Suspicious Lovers, ; Three Weeks in the Downs, or Conjugal Fidelity Rewarded: exemplified in the Narrative of Helen and Edmund, ; The Village Coquette, ; Yamboo; or, the North American Slave, ; Novels and . Rewarded: or, The History of Polly Granville and The Hapless Orphan: or, Innocent Victim of Revenge, both published anonymously, give the reader the sensation that he knows the characters' secrets. Fidelity Rewarded; or, The History of Polly Granville, to name just a few, use the motif of virtuous trade to illustrate the mobility inherent in the American economy, whereas the conclusions of these novels, which inevitably feature settlement on a landed estate, em­ phasize the return of order, social stability, and hierarchy. From Fidelity Rewarded, Or, The History of Polly Granville () From Mrs. Patterson, The Unfortunate Lovers, and Cruel Parents () Susanna Rowson, “Affection” and “The Choice,” Miscellaneous Poems () Appendix C: Entertainments in Early Urban America Thomas Crehore, Playing Cards .