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Página 63 - seat; But, by the storms of circumstance unshaken, And subject neither to eclipse nor wane, Duty exists." WORDSWORTH. " I HAVE been out of tune this evening," said Edward, as soon as he and Amy were alone together. " So I have observed; and I was sorry
Página 140 - Be sure to remind him daily of his ride. Have no fear for me." She could not speak to her father; she kissed him and hurried off. CHAPTER XI. " The billows they tumble with might, with might, She flings out her voice to the darksome night; Her bosom is heaving with sorrow.
Página 126 - is more life and motion here in a week than there is in Boston or Philadelphia in a year. Here we go up up up, And here we go down down downy; Here
Página 133 - face was seen To come and go with tidings from the heart, As it a running messenger had been." " What is it, my child ? " said her father ; " What is the matter, dear Miss Amy!
Página 74 - A little pot is soon hot. I would not give much for your secret." Jerry ran off. It was his only chance for safety from Ruth's tongue. CHAPTER VII. " The heart that feels for others' woes Shall feel each selfish sorrow less; His breast who happiness bestows Reflected happiness shall bless.
Página 30 - But, turning these jests out of service, let us talk in good earnest.
Página 195 - sometimes this is indeed cutting off the right hand, and plucking out the right eye; and then thinking always about money and bargains has such a contracting influence upon one's mind! " " But, how often, Edward, have I heard you say that no man has such wide and various
Página 13 - Are then most humble; I have no ambition To see a goodlier man.
Página 162 - away. Like to the summer's rain, Or as the pearls of morning dew