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Page 19 - The portals sound, and pacing forth . With stately steps and slow, *» • High potentates, and dames of regal birth, And mitred fathers in long order go.
Page 19 - ... of his admiration." The hunchback Arnaud awoke a peerless Julian ! In 1806, at a date between the publication of Adelgitha and the production (April, 1807) of his tragedy, Lewis issued with JF Hughes, Feudal Tyrants ; or, The Counts of Carlsheim and Sargans. "A Romance. Taken from the German.™* In four volumes. By MG Lewis, Author of The Bravo of Venice, Adelgitha, Rugantino, &c.
Page 158 - I'll get you yet. You may think you're safe, but there's a way to catch you and I'll find it, if it takes the last drop of my blood and the last breath of my body. I'll get you yet.