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acquaintance added affection allow appeared arrived attention Augusta aware better brother called carriage certainly circumstances Colonel companion consequence continued countenance course dear door entered evident existence expression eyes face father fear feelings felt fixed followed formed gave give guardian hand happy heard heart honour hope Hopkins Howard immediately interest join kind Lady Lady Williams late leave length Leslie look Lord Herbert Lord Launceston manner meet mind minute Miss Trevelyan morning nature never object observed once painful party passed perhaps person pleasure poor possible present remained replied Richmond seemed seen short side silence Sir Henry sister smiling society soon sound spirits sure tears Theresa thing thought tion took turned usual velyan voice ward whole wish young
128 페이지 - twill impart Some pangs to view his happier lot: But let them pass— Oh! how my heart Would hate him, if he loved thee not! When late I saw thy favourite child I thought my jealous heart would break; But when the unconscious infant smiled, I kiss'd it for its mother's sake.
14 페이지 - Endearing, gen'rous, bountiful and kind ; Vain, fanciful, and fond of worthless praise ; Courteous and gentle, proud and magnificent : And yet these adverse qualities in thee, No dissonance, nor striking contrast make ; For still thy good and amiable gifts The sober dignity of virtue wear not, And such a 'witching mien thy follies show, They make a very idiot of reproof, And smile it to disgrace.
186 페이지 - Twas his, who, mourned by many, sleeps below. The sunny temper, bright where all is strife, — The simple heart that mocks at worldly wiles; Light wit, that plays along the calm of life ; And stirs its languid surface into smiles...
186 페이지 - The happy grateful spirit that improves, And brightens every gift by fortune given, That wander where it will with those it loves, Makes every place a home, and home a heaven. All these were his. — Oh ! thou who read'st this stone, When for thyself, thy children, to the sky Thou humbly prayest, ask this boon alone, — That ye, like him may live, like him may die.
28 페이지 - Why, to be sure, a tale of scandal is as fatal to the credit of a prudent lady of her stamp as a fever is generally to those of the strongest constitutions.
162 페이지 - Pis more than Nature's — like the burning might Delirium gathers from the fevered height. BYRON. NEARLY two years had elapsed since that eventful day on which the nuptials of Lord and Lady Herbert Leslie were celebrated, when, one afternoon, in May 1802, as Mrs. Hopkins was returning home from her usual walk, she saw a hack chaise drive up to her next door neighbour, Miss Trevelyan's.
6 페이지 - ... pleased Heaven to afflict her, and that her feelings must be shared by all who, from having none of those endearing ties which prolong the vista of existence, see a dead-wall gradually rise at the end of their own. And to such childless, insulated beings, at the period when recollections instead of anticipations form the character of life, this world must naturally wear a totally different aspect from that which it presents to their more busily -connected neighbours ; for there is an awkward...