Catherine's interest in this species has resulted in a certain nickname.
This is the city where Catherine's father goes to see a tooth-puller.
People of this religion were banished from England during the the time in which this novel is set.
Catherine becomes very interested in these when she receives a book of them from her brother.
This task is one of Catherine's least favorite. She decides not to go to a nunnery because she fears she will have to do a lot of this.
Catherine's brother, Edward, lives in this type of place.
This is a special occasion that is named after a religious person. It often includes a feast.
This is an amount of money or property offered on behalf of a woman to make her more marriageable.
This place is given to Meg and...
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