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Aloud arms army Author bear BEAUSEANT Beauseant and Glavis beautiful birth Charles child Claude Colonel Cousin DAMAS dared daughter dear death Deschappelles Edition English Engravings Enter Exeunt Exit eyes father flowers forget forgive fortune France French gardener GASPAR girl give GLAVIS hand happy hear heart Heaven highness History hold honour hope hour husband Illustrated Italy John lady LANDLORD leave less letter live look lost Lyons MADAME DESCHAP marry MELNOTTE MONS Monsieur Morier mother never noble OFFICER once PAULINE perhaps play poor Portrait pride prince proud rank refused revenge SCENE scorn SECOND sent servant shame smile speak sweet tell thee thou art thou wilt thought tion true turned vols volume WIDOW wife wish woman wonder young
63 ページ - And sent them to thee — such a tribute, lady, As beauty rarely scorns, even from the meanest. The name — appended by the burning heart That long'd to show its idol what bright things It had created — yea, the enthusiast's name, That should have been thy triumph, was thy scorn! That very hour — when passion...
85 ページ - From air he takes his colours, holds his life, Changes with every wind, grows lean or fat ; Rosy with hope, or green with jealousy, Or pallid with despair, just as the gale Varies from north to south, from heat to cold...
2 ページ - Sallust's Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline. With an English Commentary, and Geographical and Historical Indexes. Portrait. 12mo, Sheep extra, 75 cents. Anthon's Horace. The Works of Horace. With English Notes, Critical and Explanatory. A new Edition, corrected and enlarged...
1 ページ - The Economy of Health ; or, the Stream of Human Life from the Cradle to the Grave. With' Reflections, Moral, Physical, and Philosophical, on the Septennial Phases of Human Existence.
63 ページ - Despair is free ! I will not tell thee of the throes, the struggles, The anguish, the remorse : no ; let it pass ! And let me come to such most poor atonement Yet in my power. Pauline ! (Approaching her with great emotion, and about to take her hand.) PAULINE.
61 ページ - I' the midst of roses! — Dost thou like the picture? " This is my bridal home, and thou my bridegroom! 0 fool — O dupe — O wretch ! I see it all. The by-word and the jeer of every tongue In Lyons. Hast thou in thy heart one touch Of human kindness? if thou hast, why kill me, And save thy wife from madness. No, it cannot — It cannot be; this is some horrid dream; 1 shall wake soon. [Touching him.] Art flesh ? art man?
21 ページ - I know not, unless it be because the Revolution swept away my father's title of Marquis, — and she will not marry a commoner. Now, as we have no noblemen left in France, — as we are all citizens and equals, she can only hope that, in spite of the war, some English Milord or German Count will risk his life, by coming to Lyons, that this fille du Roturier may condescend to accept him.
44 ページ - We'd guess what star should be our home when love Becomes immortal ; while the perfumed light Stole through the mists of alabaster lamps, And every air was heavy with the sighs Of orange groves and music from sweet lutes, And murmurs of low fountains that gush forth I' the midst of roses ! — Dost thou like the picture ? PAULINE.