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... Year Austen Literary history Political history 1810 July–August – Jane Austen (pictured) and Cassandra visit Manydown and Steventon November – Edward Austen and Fanny visit Chawton ... Austen and Jane visit Steventon Cassandra goes to Godmersham 14 October – Edward Austen officially adopts "Knight" as surname Autumn – Jane Austen sells copyright of Pride and Prejudice to Egerton ... Jane and Cassandra stay at Steventon they also visit Ashe and Laverstoke 29 March – Emma finished March or April? – Jane and Cassandra probably visit Henry in ...
... Year Austen Literary history Political history 29 ... March – Mrs ... Leigh Perrot tried at Taunton and acquitted October – Edward Austen visits Steventon and takes Cassandra back to Godmersham with him via Chawton and London End of November–mid-December – Jane Austen visits the ... Austen decides to retire and move to Bath ? – Austen revises and completes Sir Charles Grandison Publication of Maria Edgeworth's novel Castle Rackrent Publication of Mary Robinson's (pictured) Lyrical Tales ...
Famous quotes containing the words visits and/or austen:
“At La Scala it is customary to take no more than twenty minutes for those little visits one pays to boxes.”
—Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (17831842)
“The post-office had a great charm at one period of our lives. When you have lived to my age, you will begin to think letters are never worth going through the rain for.”
—Jane Austen (17751817)