St. Juliot

1870: Aet. 29–30
  • Florence Emily Hardy


‘My only sister married the Rev. Caddell Holder, son of a Judge of Barbadoes, where he was bom: he often spoke of his beautiful home there, with oranges growing by his bedroom window. At Trinity College, Oxford, he was a “gentleman-commoner” (this is now abolished), where so far as he could discover his only privilege [from the distinction] was being allowed to walk upon the grass and wear a gold-tasselled cap, he used to say. He was rector of St. Juliot, North Cornwall, where I [first] knew him; and it was there that my husband made my acquaintance, which afterwards proved a romance in full for us.…


Young Lady Scattered Parish Fine Exception Monday Evening Fair Complexion 
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