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Illustrated by forty plates, descriptive of farm buildings, rural improvements, etc. (1812). A Manual for Cottage Gardening, Husbandry, and Agriculture ( 1830), also illustrated with plans and designs, was not yet published at the time of Dorothea's conversation. 3. 20-31). 4. Johann Friedrich Oberlin (1740-1826), Alsatian Lutheran pastor and philanthropist who devoted his life to transforming his poverty-ridden parish into a wholesome and prosperous community. 22 MlDDLEMARCH almost everything he had said seemed like a specimen from a mine, or the in­ scription on the door of a museum which might open on the treasures of past ages; and this trust in his mental wealth was all the deeper and more effective on her inclination because it was now obvious that his visits were made for her sake.

I may well make mistakes. " No more was said: Dorothea was too much jarred to recover her temper and behave so as to show that she admitted any error in herself. She was disposed rather to accuse the intolerable narrowness and the purblind conscience of the society around her: and Celia was no longer the eternal cherub, but a thorn in her spirit, a pink-and-white nullifidian, worse than any discouraging presence in the 'Pilgrim's Progress/ T h e fad of drawing plans! What was life worth—what great faith was possible when the whole effect of one's actions could be with­ ered up into such parched rubbish as that?

Thus Dorothea had three more conversations with him, and was convinced that her first impressions had been just. He was all she had at first imagined him to be: 2 3 4 2. John C. Loudon (1783-1843), distinguished and prolific naturalist scholar. The reference is probably to Loudon's Observations on Laying Out Farms . . illustrated by forty plates, descriptive of farm buildings, rural improvements, etc. (1812). A Manual for Cottage Gardening, Husbandry, and Agriculture ( 1830), also illustrated with plans and designs, was not yet published at the time of Dorothea's conversation.

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