The Life and Works of George Eliot, Vol. 11: Middlemarch; Volume Three; Silas Marner, the Weaver of Raveloe (Classic Reprint)
Author: George Eliot
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Release Date: November 14, 2016
Excerpt from The Life and Works of George Eliot, Vol. 11: Middlemarch; Volume Three; Silas Marner, the Weaver of Raveloe
Oh yes, said Lydgate, falling backward in his chair, with ill-repressed impatience under the banker's pale earnest eyes and intense pre occupation with himself.
I have for some time felt that I should open this sub ect with you in relation to our Hospi tal, continued Bulstrode. Under the circum stances I have indicated, of course I must cease to have any personal share in the management, and it is contrary to my views of responsibility to continue a large application of means to an institution which I cannot watch over and to some extent regulate. I shall therefore, in case of my ultimate decision to leave Middlemarch, consider that I withdraw other support to the New Hospital than that which will subsist in the fact that I chie y supplied the expenses of build mg it, and have contributed further large sums to its successful working.
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