Dearest Josephine

Dearest Josephine

Caroline George sweeps readers up into two different time periods with an unexpected love story that prompts us to reimagine what it means to be present with the people we love.

Author: Caroline George

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 078523618X

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 384

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Caroline George sweeps readers up into two different time periods with an unexpected love story that prompts us to reimagine what it means to be present with the people we love. 2020: Chocolate and Earl Grey tea can't fix Josie De Clare's horrible year. She mourned the death of her father and suffered a teen-life crisis, which delayed her university plans. But when her father's will reveals a family-owned property in Northern England, Josie leaves London to find clarity at the secluded manor house. While exploring the estate, she discovers two-hundred-year-old love letters written by an elusive novelist, all addressed to someone named Josephine. And then she discovers a novel in which it seems like she's the heroine... 1820: Novelist Elias Roch loves a woman he can never be with. Born the bastard son to a nobleman and cast out from society, Elias seeks refuge in his mind with the quirky heroine who draws him into a fantasy world of scandal, betrayal, and unconditional love. Convinced she's his soulmate, Elias writes letters to her, all of which divulge the tragedy and trials of his personal life. As fiction blurs into reality, Josie and Elias must decide: How does one live if love can't wait? Separated by two hundred years, they fight against time to find each other in a story of her, him, and the novel written by the man who loves her.
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

Josephine

Josephine

My dear daughter, Josephine, Are you staying out of trouble? Jo smiled. It was
her papa's special greeting. I hope you are, as I am not there to rescue you and
Trudy from any mischief-making. Your brother and I are doing well and we both ...

Author: Beverly Jenkins

Publisher: Kimani Press

ISBN: 9781426827457

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 256

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Josephine Best has it all figured out. Just seventeen, she's been to college, she has her own hairdressing shop and she refuses to be distracted from her goals. At least until handsome George Brooks begins to pursue her. Jojo isn't looking for romance, but she permits George to call on her. Adam Morgan has always been a Casanova, and no girl is immune to his charm. But when he comes home wounded from the War Between the States, it's a girl he used to call "Pest" who's turning his head. All grown up, Jojo is being courted by another soldier, and Adam knows it would be foolish to play with her heart. Even so, he just can't get the headstrong lady off his mind. For her part, Jojo can't deny her growing feelings for Adam. But he's always been such a flirt—he can't possibly be serious about her. Besides, she has George falling all over himself to please her. As the war rages on, Adam's feelings for Jojo grow stronger, but Jojo's determination to resist him does, too. One thing is clear, though: Jojo is a girl who always gets what she wants, sometimes in spite of herself.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Memoirs of the empress Josephine by G Ducrest Transl

Memoirs of the empress Josephine  by G  Ducrest  Transl

Pray cherish this idea , dearest Josephine ; it will perfectly harmonize with your
benevolent disposition ; and if it should ever be realised , the most bitter moment
of our life will have enabled us to treasure up the most extraordinary monument ...

Author: Georgette Ducrest

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590317076

Category: France

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The Court of the Empress Josephine

The Court of the Empress Josephine

Good by, my dearest Josephine. Yours ever. A kiss to Hortense, to Napoleon,
and to Stephanie. Paer, the famous musician, his wife, whom you saw at Milan
twelve years ago, and Brizzi, are here ; they give me some music every evening.

Author: Imbert de Saint-Amand

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89094738606

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Page: 334

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"Joséphine de Beauharnais (pronounced: [{7f0292}o.ze.fin dbo.a.n]; née Tascher de la Pagerie; 23 June 1763 ? 29 May 1814) was the first wife of Napoléon Bonaparte, and thus the first Empress of the French."--Wikipedia.
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Walker s Texas Division C S A

Walker s Texas Division  C S A

Walker, “War of Secession,” 31–2; S. W. Farrow to Dearest Josephine, July 21,
1863, Farrow Papers; Cutrer, ed., ... Porter, “Early Days,” 18–9; Ned [Cade] to
Dear Wife, July 30, 1863, Cade Correspondence; Cutrer, ed., “Letters of Volney
Ellis,” ...

Author: Richard Lowe

Publisher: LSU Press

ISBN: 9780807131534

Category: History

Page: 356

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Colorfully known as the "Greyhound Division" for its lean and speedy marches across thousands of miles in three states, Major General John G. Walker's infantry division in the Confederate army was the largest body of Texans -- about 12,000 men at its formation -- to serve in the American Civil War. From its creation in 1862 until its disbandment at the war's end, Walker's unit remained, uniquely for either side in the conflict, a stable group of soldiers from a single state. Richard Lowe's compelling saga shows how this collection of farm boys, store clerks, carpenters, and lawyers became the trans-Mississippi's most potent Confederate fighting unit, from the vain attack at Milliken's Bend, Louisiana, in 1863 during Grant's Vicksburg Campaign to stellar performances at the battles of Mansfield, Pleasant Hill, and Jenkins' Ferry that helped repel Nathaniel P. Banks's Red River Campaign of 1864. Lowe's skillful blending of narrative drive and demographic profiling represents an innovative history of the period that is sure to set a new benchmark.
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The Family Herald

The Family Herald

What , my dear Josephine ! ” exclaimed Eugene , in joyful surprise , “ this The
aspiring maid by Fortune woo'd , Then seek ye an Achillean shield is a pleasure I
had not anticipated . ” Straight at the offer jumps ; ' Gainst discontent and dumps ...

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ISBN: CHI:25747484

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A cardinal sin by Hugh Conway

A cardinal sin  by Hugh Conway

So he wrote : MY DEAREST JOSEPHINE , The usual sum will be paid into your
credit next quarter day . This is more than your husband has a right to expect ,
and certainly all I am inclined to do for him . ' Josephine handed the letter to her ...

Author: Frederick John Fargus

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ISBN: OXFORD:590353355

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Napoleon and Josephine

Napoleon and Josephine

For many years , however , I have lost the hope of having children by my
marriage with my well beloved spouse , the Empress Josephine ; this it is that
induces me to sacrifice the dearest affections of my heart , to hearken only to the
good of ...

Author: Richmond Sheffield Dement

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HXDH3Z

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Page: 154

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Fern Fronds and Wattle Whispers

Fern Fronds and Wattle Whispers

MY DEAREST JOSEPHINE . I. The dawn appeareth in the East ; The sun leaps
into view , And gilds the waving heather - top , Bedecked with glistening dew . All
Nature hails the gladsome sight , And tripping o'er the green , In beauty sweet , to
 ...

Author: M. B. Byrne

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105026460175

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An Ugly Heroine

An Ugly Heroine

Anxious to avert a catastrophe , she leaned gracefully across the table , and said
, with her most insinuating tone ,“ Dearest Josephine , you frighten me when you
exclaim so suddenly . ” Her tone and manner brought about that which she ...

Author: Christine Faber

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435018048827

Category: Man-woman relationships

Page: 336

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Home Scenes and Heart Studies

Home Scenes and Heart Studies

Whither wouldst thou go , Josephine , dearest Josephine ? this is not well - whom
wouldst thou seek ? " “ My father , " she replied , in a voice whose low deep tone
betrayed her emotion . “ Shall he be lingering near , unheeded , uncared for by ...

Author: Grace Aguilar

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433107822722

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Page: 399

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Home Scenes and Heart Studies by Grace Aguilar

Home Scenes and Heart Studies by Grace Aguilar

Josephine will love thee , for thou lovest Aréli . " A deep agonized groan escaped
from the ... Whither wouldst thou go , Josephine , dearest Josephine ? this is not
well - whom wouldst thou seek ? " “ My father , " she replied , in a voice whose ...

Author: Grace Aguilar

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ISBN: IBNF:CF000639270

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Page: 399

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Works

Works

Josephine will love thee , for thou lovest Aréli . ” A deep agonized groan escaped
from the ... Whither wouldst thou go , Josephine , dearest Josephine ? this is not
well — whom wouldst thou seek ? " “ My father , " she replied , in a voice whose ...

Author: Grace Aguilar

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ISBN: UVA:X004508146

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The Rectory of Moreland

The Rectory of Moreland

You once said you had never known sorrow ; I told you it was the lot of all ; but ,
my dearest Josephine , we little thought in what form it would come to you . And
now will you not let me be truly a brother to you ? ” Saying this he drew
Josephine ...

Author: Clara M. Thompson

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433112010099

Category: Clergy

Page: 339

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The Month and Catholic Review

The Month and Catholic Review

... and rode off slowly . Captain Müller's horse was waiting , and he walked into
the little room where Josephine was waiting . There was no restraint now . She
was sobbing bitterly . He took her in his arms . “ Dearest Josephine , ” he said ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924065946562

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The Month

The Month

Captain Müller's horse was waiting , and he walked into the little room where
Josephine was waiting . There was no restraint now . She was sobbing bitterly .
He took her in his arms . “ Dearest Josephine , " he said , “ think of me sometimes
.

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ISBN: CHI:79285748

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The Mameluke Or The Sign of the Mystic Tie

The Mameluke  Or The Sign of the Mystic Tie

But I expect_ " “ Not me , ” interrupted Josephine , " for here I am , and - whyis it ,
can it be ? My dear Madame Wilmot , welcome back ! ” And the two friends
embraced . Thanks , dear Josephine , and I have followed you here . I am almost
 ...

Author: Benjamin Perley Poore

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ISBN: HARVARD:HXDP87

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Isadore Or The Day Star of Hope

Isadore  Or  The Day Star of Hope

Glancing toward the dressing room , he discovered Josephine just ready for her
departure , and he censured himself for wasting ... in meditating upon Alfred's
parting words : “ It may be unwise for me to worship you as I do , dearest
Josephine .

Author: Delle De Norman

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435066353343

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Page: 331

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The Delaware Water Gap

The Delaware Water Gap

His tenderness for the feelings of Josephine would not permit him to appear
before her unannounced ; and he had remained in the solitary old house in the
Gap , whilst his friend , Mr. Bennett , had preceded him to our hotel . Here ,
dearest ...

Author: Luke Wills Brodhead

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B282085

Category: Delaware Water Gap (N.J. and Pa.)

Page: 275

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Categories: Delaware Water Gap (N.J. and Pa.)

The Dodd Family Abroad

The Dodd Family Abroad

As dearest Josephine says : “ Our accomplish . But the contrarieties of her nature
influence to be beneficial should be candidly do not end here ! She , so grave , so
dignified , and openly exercised , not furtively practiced , so imperious , I might ...

Author: Charles James Lever

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ISBN: NYPL:33433074877634

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Page: 259

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Correspondence in the nineteenth century from members of the Dodd family to relatives and friends in Ireland, describing the countries and the society encountered.
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