[kahr-ter-it or for 2, kahr-tuh-ret]
- John, Earl of Granville,1690–1763, British statesman and orator.
- a city in NE New Jersey.
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"You ought to have made her—you ought to have made her," said Mr. Carteret.
"She means Mr. Carteret," Grace explained with all her competence.
Julia was money, Mr. Carteret was money—everything else was the absence of it.
There was always the same question to be asked—had Mr. Carteret finished his nap?
"Your marriage will assist you; you can't help that," Mr. Carteret declared.
- John, 1st Earl Granville. 1690–1763, British statesman, diplomat, and orator who led the opposition to Walpole (1730–42), after whose fall he became a leading minister as secretary of state (1742–44)
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