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Fielding, H.: History of Tom Jones - A Foundling (The) (Abridged)


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Item number NA633112
Barcode 730099033121
Release date 1/1/2005
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 6
Disc: 1
1 In that part of the western division of this kingd 00:02:26 West, Maurice
2 Mr Allworthy had been absent a full quarter of a y 00:03:29 West, Maurice
3 It was now the middle of May 00:02:14 West, Maurice
4 Not otherwise than when a kite, tremendous bird 00:03:42 West, Maurice
5 When Jenny appeared before him, Mr Allworthy took 00:02:13 West, Maurice
6 Neither Mr Allworthy's house, nor his heart 00:02:58 West, Maurice
7 It hath been observed, by wise men or women 00:04:33 West, Maurice
8 Eight months after the celebration of the nuptials 00:03:42 West, Maurice
9 There have been, in all ages and nations 00:02:05 West, Maurice
10 Mrs Wilkins brought back such a confirmation 00:02:48 West, Maurice
11 An affection placed on the understanding is, by ma 00:03:48 West, Maurice
12 We are obliged to bring our hero on the stage 00:04:37 West, Maurice
13 Poor Jones spent a very melancholy night 00:02:22 West, Maurice
14 The name of this gentleman 00:04:31 West, Maurice
15 The reader may remember that Mr Allworthy gave Tom 00:03:09 West, Maurice
16 Jones was lately grown very intimate with Mr Weste 00:02:40 West, Maurice
17 The amiable Sophia was now in her eighteenth year 00:05:42 West, Maurice
18 Now, though this young gentleman, Jones 00:02:23 West, Maurice
19 Her mother first perceived the alteration in the s 00:04:53 West, Maurice
20 Just as Tom arrived at Mr Allworthy's outward gate 00:02:29 West, Maurice
21 The reader will be pleased, I believe, to return w 00:03:59 West, Maurice
Disc: 2
1 Jones was ordered into a bed 00:03:59 West, Maurice
2 If Jones could hope to find no bar to his happines 00:03:21 West, Maurice
3 Molly remained a few moments in silence 00:03:49 West, Maurice
4 The infidelity of Molly, which Jones had now disco 00:04:59 West, Maurice
5 Mr Western was become so fond of Jones 00:05:35 West, Maurice
6 Neither Thwackum nor Square were much satisfied wi 00:02:53 West, Maurice
7 Jones retired from the company, into the fields 00:03:16 West, Maurice
8 When he perceived the enemy's approach, leaped for 00:03:04 West, Maurice
9 The rest of Mr Western's company were now come up 00:03:52 West, Maurice
10 To Mr Western's house 00:04:08 West, Maurice
11 Mr Allworthy had been engaged to dine with Mr West 00:04:05 West, Maurice
12 Sophia was in her chamber, reading 00:03:43 West, Maurice
13 Mr Blifil soon arrived 00:05:39 West, Maurice
14 Soon after Jones had left Mr Western, his sister c 00:02:11 West, Maurice
15 Mr Allworthy was now retired from breakfast with h 00:06:20 West, Maurice
16 Jones was commanded to leave the house immediately 00:04:39 West, Maurice
17 Sophia had passed the last twenty-four hours 00:03:45 West, Maurice
Disc: 3
1 Mrs Western had been engaged abroad all that day 00:02:14 West, Maurice
2 The morning in which Mr Jones departed 00:03:50 West, Maurice
3 Mrs Western proposed not only an immediate conclus 00:02:51 West, Maurice
4 Mrs Honour no sooner heard a piece of news 00:04:04 West, Maurice
5 We left Mr Jones on his road to Bristol 00:03:50 West, Maurice
6 As for the landlord, he was prevented by his fears 00:02:39 West, Maurice
7 The other officers who marched with him were a Fre 00:05:03 West, Maurice
8 Jones endeavoured to close his eyes, but all in va 00:05:05 West, Maurice
9 The clock had now struck five when Jones awaked fr 00:04:22 West, Maurice
10 In the morning Jones grew a little uneasy 00:05:17 West, Maurice
11 Mr Jones and Partridge, or Little Benjamin 00:05:04 West, Maurice
12 Jones presently ran to lift up the old gentleman 00:05:56 West, Maurice
13 The day began to break, when Jones walked forth 00:03:07 West, Maurice
14 Jones helped Northerton upon his legs 00:02:54 West, Maurice
15 Mr Jones and his fair companion no sooner entered 00:05:34 West, Maurice
16 A serjeant and a file of musqueteers 00:03:58 West, Maurice
17 We think it no disparagement to our hero 00:03:45 West, Maurice
18 The fair one, enraged at her frequent disappointme 00:02:40 West, Maurice
Disc: 4
1 While our lovers were entertaining themselves 00:01:47 West, Maurice
2 Now the little trembling hare 00:05:02 West, Maurice
3 The landlady, remembering that Susan had been the 00:03:52 West, Maurice
4 The lady had no sooner laid herself on the pillow 00:02:40 West, Maurice
5 Sophia (for it was she herself) lay reclining her 00:03:57 West, Maurice
6 It was now past five in the morning 00:04:01 West, Maurice
7 Jones having, at length, shaken Mr Western off 00:04:11 West, Maurice
8 Before we proceed any further in our history 00:04:34 West, Maurice
9 Sophia, having directed her guide to travel throug 00:02:25 West, Maurice
10 Sophia now, at the desire of her cousin 00:03:57 West, Maurice
11 At length we are once more come to our hero 00:04:08 West, Maurice
12 Partridge began to prophesy 00:03:59 West, Maurice
13 They were got about two miles beyond Barnet 00:05:30 West, Maurice
14 From that figure which the Irish peer, who bought 00:04:32 West, Maurice
15 To dissuade Sophia from the match was an endeavour 00:05:32 West, Maurice
16 Our company brought together in the morning 00:03:31 West, Maurice
17 Mr Nightingale, having taken a turn or two with hi 00:05:50 West, Maurice
Disc: 5
1 Jones grew still more and more impatient to see So 00:04:25 West, Maurice
2 Mr Jones was rather earlier than the time appointe 00:04:48 West, Maurice
3 This point being cleared up 00:04:24 West, Maurice
4 Jones had not been long gone 00:05:01 West, Maurice
5 Jones was no sooner alone than he eagerly broke op 00:05:18 West, Maurice
6 The clock had now struck seven 00:03:25 West, Maurice
7 As to Squire Western 00:03:39 West, Maurice
8 We shalll now proceed to show by what method the s 00:03:28 West, Maurice
9 Jones was certainly at this instant in one of the 00:03:47 West, Maurice
10 Mr Nightingale came into Jones' room 00:03:23 West, Maurice
11 After some hesitation, Jones, upon the strength of 00:03:46 West, Maurice
12 We must now convey the reader to Mr Western's lodg 00:04:49 West, Maurice
13 By the means of Black George 00:03:57 West, Maurice
14 The extraordinary tenderness which I have for my h 00:02:29 West, Maurice
15 Love had taken too deep a root in the mind of Lord 00:04:22 West, Maurice
16 Mr Jones, at the appointed hour, attended on Mrs F 00:03:28 West, Maurice
17 The reader hath been already often informed of the 00:04:47 West, Maurice
Disc: 6
1 Mr Allworthy and Mrs Miller were just sat down to 00:03:17 West, Maurice
2 Mrs Miller had not long left the room when Mr West 00:04:12 West, Maurice
3 Sophia's ill stars were not contented with all tha 00:05:27 West, Maurice
4 Whether it was that Fortune was apprehensive lest 00:04:59 West, Maurice
5 Mr Jones passed about twenty-four melancholy hours 00:05:19 West, Maurice
6 While Mr Jones was employed in these unpleasant me 00:02:19 West, Maurice
7 Mr Allworthy, in talking with Mrs Miller and Mr Ni 00:05:25 West, Maurice
8 Allworthy recollected Partridge the moment he came 00:03:17 West, Maurice
9 "Mr Allworthy," says she 00:03:52 West, Maurice
10 Allworthy was interrupted by the arrival of Mr Dow 00:05:56 West, Maurice
11 At length Mr Allworthy arrived at Mr Western's 00:03:24 West, Maurice
12 "If this be your resolution," replied Allworthy 00:03:05 West, Maurice
13 When Allworthy returned to his lodgings 00:03:05 West, Maurice
14 Allworthy then acquainted Jones with the whole mat 00:02:30 West, Maurice
15 Jones, being now completely dressed 00:05:53 West, Maurice
16 At this instant Western, who had stood some time l 00:04:49 West, Maurice
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