Morris Townsend the penniless adventurer who planned to marry the plain heiress Catherine
Morris Townsend the penniless adventurer who planned to marry the plain heiress Catherine Sloper for her fortune, remains coldly unresponsive to her embrace after he learns that if she marries him she will have only the money her mother has left her but none of her father's wealth. Illustration for the serialisation of Washington Square by Henry James in The Cornhill Magazine (London, 1880).
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A.j. De Fehrt After Jean Baptiste Oudry (french
A.j. De Fehrt After Jean Baptiste Oudry (french, Born 1723 ), L'homme Qui Court Apres La Fortune Et L'hommequi L'attend Dans Son Lit (the Man Who Courts Fortune And The Man Who Sleeps In Bed), Published 1756, Hand Colored Etching.
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