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Page 382 - I saw the snare, and I retired : The daughter of a hundred Earls, You are not one to be desired. Lady Clara Vere de Vere, I know you proud to bear your name, Your pride is yet no mate for mine, Too proud to care from whence I came.
Page 118 - is equivalent to asking if you think that the flavour of the pine-apple improves that especial form of alcohol. A well-known instance of an emphasis improperly placed was furnished by a certain Parson, who read a passage in the Old Testament in the following unlucky manner : " And he said unto his sons, Saddle me the ass ; and they saddled him.
Page 383 - I'd touch her neck so warm and white. And I would be the girdle About her dainty dainty waist, And her heart would beat against me, In sorrow and in rest: And I should know if it beat right, I'd clasp it round so close and tight. And I would be the necklace...
Page 70 - Hollis," thought he, and he wiped his tears away with the back of his hand, and, standing upon tiptoe, rang the huge bell manfully. He had no notion of making such a noise as that which followed.
Page 144 - Divine lips, and, lo ! a noontide without oppression, an indescribable mid-day coolness, or, it may be, summer-rain, soft falling, gracious, like a sensible blessing upon the heart and stretched-out hands. "The lark can scarce shake out the notes for joy " of his matin hymn ; the nightingale repeats '- perchance the self-same song that found a path through the Bad heart of Ruth, when sick for home she stood in tears amid the alien corn ; " and loud, and long, and lovingly she lingers over it. Robert...
Page 117 - ... toleration spreads ; we are no longer slaves to the laws of religion, but converts to the reason of it ; and being allowed to examine the evidence and foundation of the faith that is in us, we discover that Christianity is a religion of charity, toleration, reason, and peace, enjoining us to ' have compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous...