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Henry Fielding: The History of Tom Jones - A Foundling

6:57:47
$111.30

In that part of the western division of this kingdom

2:26
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Mr Allworthy had been absent a full quarter of a year in London

3:29
$1.05

It was now the middle of May

2:14
$1.05
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Not otherwise than when a kite, tremendous bird

3:42
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When Jenny appeared before him, Mr Allworthy took her into his study

2:13
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Neither Mr Allworthy's house, nor his heart

2:58
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It hath been observed, by wise men or women

4:33
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Eight months after the celebration of the nuptials

3:42
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There have been, in all ages and nations

2:05
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Mrs Wilkins brought back such a confirmation

2:48
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An affection placed on the understanding is, by many wise persons

3:48
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We are obliged to bring our hero on the stage

4:37
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Poor Jones spent a very melancholy night

2:22
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The name of this gentleman

4:31
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The reader may remember that Mr Allworthy gave Tom Jones

3:09
$1.05

Jones was lately grown very intimate with Mr Western

2:40
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The amiable Sophia was now in her eighteenth year

5:42
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Now, though this young gentleman, Jones

2:23
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Her mother first perceived the alteration in the shape of Molly

4:53
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Just as Tom arrived at Mr Allworthy's outward gate

2:29
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The reader will be pleased, I believe, to return with me to Sophia

3:59
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Jones was ordered into a bed

3:59
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If Jones could hope to find no bar to his happiness from the daughter

3:21
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Molly remained a few moments in silence

3:49
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The infidelity of Molly, which Jones had now discovered

4:59
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Mr Western was become so fond of Jones

5:35
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Neither Thwackum nor Square were much satisfied with their legacies

2:53
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Jones retired from the company, into the fields

3:16
$1.05

When he perceived the enemy's approach, leaped forth our hero

3:04
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The rest of Mr Western's company were now come up

3:52
$1.05

To Mr Western's house

4:08
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Mr Allworthy had been engaged to dine with Mr Western

4:05
$1.05

Sophia was in her chamber, reading

3:43
$1.05

Mr Blifil soon arrived

5:39
$1.05

Soon after Jones had left Mr Western, his sister came to him

2:11
$1.05

Mr Allworthy was now retired from breakfast with his nephew

6:20
$1.05

Jones was commanded to leave the house immediately

4:39
$1.05

Sophia had passed the last twenty-four hours

3:45
$1.05

Mrs Western had been engaged abroad all that day

2:14
$1.05

The morning in which Mr Jones departed

3:50
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Mrs Western proposed not only an immediate conclusion

2:51
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Mrs Honour no sooner heard a piece of news

4:04
$1.05

We left Mr Jones on his road to Bristol

3:50
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As for the landlord, he was prevented by his fears

2:39
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The other officers who marched with him were a French lieutenant

5:03
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Jones endeavoured to close his eyes, but all in vain

5:05
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The clock had now struck five when Jones awaked from a nap

4:22
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In the morning Jones grew a little uneasy

5:17
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Mr Jones and Partridge, or Little Benjamin

5:04
$1.05

Jones presently ran to lift up the old gentleman

5:56
$1.05

The day began to break, when Jones walked forth

3:07
$1.05

Jones helped Northerton upon his legs

2:54
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Mr Jones and his fair companion no sooner entered the town

5:34
$1.05

A serjeant and a file of musqueteers

3:58
$1.05

We think it no disparagement to our hero

3:45
$1.05

The fair one, enraged at her frequent disappointments

2:40
$1.05

While our lovers were entertaining themselves

1:47
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Now the little trembling hare

5:02
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The landlady, remembering that Susan had been the only person

3:52
$1.05

The lady had no sooner laid herself on the pillow

2:40
$1.05

Sophia (for it was she herself) lay reclining her lovely head on her hand

3:57
$1.05

It was now past five in the morning

4:01
$1.05

Jones having, at length, shaken Mr Western off

4:11
$1.05

Before we proceed any further in our history

4:34
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Sophia, having directed her guide to travel through bye-roads

2:25
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Sophia now, at the desire of her cousin

3:57
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At length we are once more come to our hero

4:08
$1.05

Partridge began to prophesy

3:59
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They were got about two miles beyond Barnet

5:30
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From that figure which the Irish peer, who bought Sophia to town

4:32
$1.05

To dissuade Sophia from the match was an endeavour of the same kind

5:32
$1.05

Our company brought together in the morning

3:31
$1.05

Mr Nightingale, having taken a turn or two with his companion

5:50
$1.05

Jones grew still more and more impatient to see Sophia

4:25
$1.05

Mr Jones was rather earlier than the time appointed

4:48
$1.05

This point being cleared up

5:01
$1.05

Jones had not been long gone

4:24
$1.05

Jones was no sooner alone than he eagerly broke open his letter

5:18
$1.05

The clock had now struck seven

3:25
$1.05

As to Squire Western

3:39
$1.05

We shalll now proceed to show by what method the squire discovered

3:28
$1.05

Jones was certainly at this instant in one of the most disagreeable

3:47
$1.05

Mr Nightingale came into Jones' room

3:23
$1.05

After some hesitation, Jones, upon the strength of this assurance

3:46
$1.05

We must now convey the reader to Mr Western's lodgings

4:49
$1.05

By the means of Black George

3:57
$1.05

The extraordinary tenderness which I have for my heroine

2:29
$1.05

Love had taken too deep a root in the mind of Lord Fellamar

4:22
$1.05

Mr Jones, at the appointed hour, attended on Mrs Fitzpatrick

3:28
$1.05

The reader hath been already often informed of the jealous temper

4:47
$1.05

Mr Allworthy and Mrs Miller were just sat down to breakfast

3:17
$1.05

Mrs Miller had not long left the room when Mr Western entered

4:12
$1.05

Sophia's ill stars were not contented with all that she had suffered

5:27
$1.05

Whether it was that Fortune was apprehensive lest Jones should sink

4:59
$1.05

Mr Jones passed about twenty-four melancholy hours by himself

5:19
$1.05

While Mr Jones was employed in these unpleasant meditations

2:19
$1.05

Mr Allworthy, in talking with Mrs Miller and Mr Nightingale

5:25
$1.05

Allworthy recollected Partridge the moment he came into the room

3:17
$1.05

"Mr Allworthy," says she

3:52
$1.05

Allworthy was interrupted by the arrival of Mr Dowling

5:56
$1.05

At length Mr Allworthy arrived at Mr Western's

3:24
$1.05

"If this be your resolution," replied Allworthy

3:05
$1.05

When Allworthy returned to his lodgings

3:05
$1.05

Allworthy then acquainted Jones with the whole matter

2:30
$1.05

Jones, being now completely dressed

5:53
$1.05

At this instant Western, who had stood some time listening

4:49
$1.05
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Henry Fielding: The History of Tom Jones - A Foundling

6:57:47
$132.50

In that part of the western division of this kingdom

2:26
$1.25

Mr Allworthy had been absent a full quarter of a year in London

3:29
$1.25

It was now the middle of May

2:14
$1.25
Show 103 remaining tracks for Henry Fielding: The History of Tom Jones - A Foundling

Not otherwise than when a kite, tremendous bird

3:42
$1.25

When Jenny appeared before him, Mr Allworthy took her into his study

2:13
$1.25

Neither Mr Allworthy's house, nor his heart

2:58
$1.25

It hath been observed, by wise men or women

4:33
$1.25

Eight months after the celebration of the nuptials

3:42
$1.25

There have been, in all ages and nations

2:05
$1.25

Mrs Wilkins brought back such a confirmation

2:48
$1.25

An affection placed on the understanding is, by many wise persons

3:48
$1.25

We are obliged to bring our hero on the stage

4:37
$1.25

Poor Jones spent a very melancholy night

2:22
$1.25

The name of this gentleman

4:31
$1.25

The reader may remember that Mr Allworthy gave Tom Jones

3:09
$1.25

Jones was lately grown very intimate with Mr Western

2:40
$1.25

The amiable Sophia was now in her eighteenth year

5:42
$1.25

Now, though this young gentleman, Jones

2:23
$1.25

Her mother first perceived the alteration in the shape of Molly

4:53
$1.25

Just as Tom arrived at Mr Allworthy's outward gate

2:29
$1.25

The reader will be pleased, I believe, to return with me to Sophia

3:59
$1.25

Jones was ordered into a bed

3:59
$1.25

If Jones could hope to find no bar to his happiness from the daughter

3:21
$1.25

Molly remained a few moments in silence

3:49
$1.25

The infidelity of Molly, which Jones had now discovered

4:59
$1.25

Mr Western was become so fond of Jones

5:35
$1.25

Neither Thwackum nor Square were much satisfied with their legacies

2:53
$1.25

Jones retired from the company, into the fields

3:16
$1.25

When he perceived the enemy's approach, leaped forth our hero

3:04
$1.25

The rest of Mr Western's company were now come up

3:52
$1.25

To Mr Western's house

4:08
$1.25

Mr Allworthy had been engaged to dine with Mr Western

4:05
$1.25

Sophia was in her chamber, reading

3:43
$1.25

Mr Blifil soon arrived

5:39
$1.25

Soon after Jones had left Mr Western, his sister came to him

2:11
$1.25

Mr Allworthy was now retired from breakfast with his nephew

6:20
$1.25

Jones was commanded to leave the house immediately

4:39
$1.25

Sophia had passed the last twenty-four hours

3:45
$1.25

Mrs Western had been engaged abroad all that day

2:14
$1.25

The morning in which Mr Jones departed

3:50
$1.25

Mrs Western proposed not only an immediate conclusion

2:51
$1.25

Mrs Honour no sooner heard a piece of news

4:04
$1.25

We left Mr Jones on his road to Bristol

3:50
$1.25

As for the landlord, he was prevented by his fears

2:39
$1.25

The other officers who marched with him were a French lieutenant

5:03
$1.25

Jones endeavoured to close his eyes, but all in vain

5:05
$1.25

The clock had now struck five when Jones awaked from a nap

4:22
$1.25

In the morning Jones grew a little uneasy

5:17
$1.25

Mr Jones and Partridge, or Little Benjamin

5:04
$1.25

Jones presently ran to lift up the old gentleman

5:56
$1.25

The day began to break, when Jones walked forth

3:07
$1.25

Jones helped Northerton upon his legs

2:54
$1.25

Mr Jones and his fair companion no sooner entered the town

5:34
$1.25

A serjeant and a file of musqueteers

3:58
$1.25

We think it no disparagement to our hero

3:45
$1.25

The fair one, enraged at her frequent disappointments

2:40
$1.25

While our lovers were entertaining themselves

1:47
$1.25

Now the little trembling hare

5:02
$1.25

The landlady, remembering that Susan had been the only person

3:52
$1.25

The lady had no sooner laid herself on the pillow

2:40
$1.25

Sophia (for it was she herself) lay reclining her lovely head on her hand

3:57
$1.25

It was now past five in the morning

4:01
$1.25

Jones having, at length, shaken Mr Western off

4:11
$1.25

Before we proceed any further in our history

4:34
$1.25

Sophia, having directed her guide to travel through bye-roads

2:25
$1.25

Sophia now, at the desire of her cousin

3:57
$1.25

At length we are once more come to our hero

4:08
$1.25

Partridge began to prophesy

3:59
$1.25

They were got about two miles beyond Barnet

5:30
$1.25

From that figure which the Irish peer, who bought Sophia to town

4:32
$1.25

To dissuade Sophia from the match was an endeavour of the same kind

5:32
$1.25

Our company brought together in the morning

3:31
$1.25

Mr Nightingale, having taken a turn or two with his companion

5:50
$1.25

Jones grew still more and more impatient to see Sophia

4:25
$1.25

Mr Jones was rather earlier than the time appointed

4:48
$1.25

This point being cleared up

5:01
$1.25

Jones had not been long gone

4:24
$1.25

Jones was no sooner alone than he eagerly broke open his letter

5:18
$1.25

The clock had now struck seven

3:25
$1.25

As to Squire Western

3:39
$1.25

We shalll now proceed to show by what method the squire discovered

3:28
$1.25

Jones was certainly at this instant in one of the most disagreeable

3:47
$1.25

Mr Nightingale came into Jones' room

3:23
$1.25

After some hesitation, Jones, upon the strength of this assurance

3:46
$1.25

We must now convey the reader to Mr Western's lodgings

4:49
$1.25

By the means of Black George

3:57
$1.25

The extraordinary tenderness which I have for my heroine

2:29
$1.25

Love had taken too deep a root in the mind of Lord Fellamar

4:22
$1.25

Mr Jones, at the appointed hour, attended on Mrs Fitzpatrick

3:28
$1.25

The reader hath been already often informed of the jealous temper

4:47
$1.25

Mr Allworthy and Mrs Miller were just sat down to breakfast

3:17
$1.25

Mrs Miller had not long left the room when Mr Western entered

4:12
$1.25

Sophia's ill stars were not contented with all that she had suffered

5:27
$1.25

Whether it was that Fortune was apprehensive lest Jones should sink

4:59
$1.25

Mr Jones passed about twenty-four melancholy hours by himself

5:19
$1.25

While Mr Jones was employed in these unpleasant meditations

2:19
$1.25

Mr Allworthy, in talking with Mrs Miller and Mr Nightingale

5:25
$1.25

Allworthy recollected Partridge the moment he came into the room

3:17
$1.25

"Mr Allworthy," says she

3:52
$1.25

Allworthy was interrupted by the arrival of Mr Dowling

5:56
$1.25

At length Mr Allworthy arrived at Mr Western's

3:24
$1.25

"If this be your resolution," replied Allworthy

3:05
$1.25

When Allworthy returned to his lodgings

3:05
$1.25

Allworthy then acquainted Jones with the whole matter

2:30
$1.25

Jones, being now completely dressed

5:53
$1.25

At this instant Western, who had stood some time listening

4:49
$1.25
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