"He will by this means too escape the pernicious snares of flattery, the servile court of interested inferiors, and all the various mischiefs which poison the minds of young men bred up as heirs to great estates and titles."
— Brooke [née Moore], Frances (bap. 1724, d. 1789)
(II, pp. 121-2)
See Frances Brooke, The History of Lady Julia Mandeville. In Two Volumes. By the Translator of Lady Catesby's Letters. (London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, 1763). <Link to ECCO-TCP><Link to ECCO>