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The Goodwood Ghost Story

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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: The Goodwood Ghost Story  
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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MY wife's sister, Mrs M-, was left a widow at the age of thirty-five, with two children, girls, of whom she was passionately fond. She carried on the draper's business at Bognor, established by her husband. Being still a very handsome woman, there were several suitors for her hand. The only favoured one amongst them was a Mr Barton. My wife never liked this Mr Barton, and made no secret of her feelings to her sister, whom she frequently told that Mr Barton only wanted to be master of the little haberdashery shop in Bognor. He was a man in poor circumstances, and had no other motive in his proposal of marriage, so my wife thought, than to better himself. On the 23rd of August 1831 Mrs M- arranged to go with Barton to a picnic party at Goodwood Park, the seat of the Duke of Richmond, who had kindly thrown open his grounds to the public for the day. My wife, a little annoyed at her going out with this man, told her she had much better remain at home to look after her children and attend to the business. Mrs M-, however, bent on going, made arrangements about leaving the shop, and got my wife to promise to see to her little girls while she was away.

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