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" ... alas ! who cares ? We take our pleasure, and we think not of gratitude. Out upon the accursed and selfish race to which I belong ! Even so have I laboured, and even so shall I be rewarded. Fool that I have been ! to toil hour after hour in giving... "
The Autobiography of Jane Fairfield: Embracing a Few Select Poems by Sumner ... - Page 109
by Jane Frazee Fairfield, Sumner Lincoln Fairfield - 1860 - 328 pages
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Heath's Book of Beauty: With Beautifully Finished Engravings, from Drawings ...

Marguerite Countess of Blessington - Gift books - 1833
...have been ! to toil hour after hour in giving others what ? an hour's gratification, which they will take thanklessly, and even reproachfully, full of their own petty cavillings and distastes. The peasant boy, who followed the coloured track of the rainbow, hoping to...
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The Book of Beauty: Comprising a Collection of Tales, Poems, &c

Letitia Elizabeth Landon - English literature - 1833 - 241 pages
...have been ! to toil hour after hour in giving others what ? an hour's gratification, which they will take thanklessly, and even reproachfully, full of their own petty cavillings and distastes. The peasant boy, who followed the coloured track of the rainbow, hoping to...
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The Novelist's Magazine, Volume 1

Fiction - 1833
...I have been! to toil hour after hour in giving others what? an hour's gratification, which they will take thanklessly, and even reproachfully, full of their own petty cavillings and distastes. The peasant-boy, who followed [he coloured (rack of the rainbow, hoping to...
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The Emerald: An Annual Keepsake of Beauty, Art, and Literature

1830 - 264 pages
...have been ! to toil hour after hour in giving others what ? an hour's gratification, which they will take thanklessly, and even reproachfully, full of their own petty cavillings and distastes. The peasant boy, who followed the coloured track of the rainbow, hoping to...
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THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JANE FAIRFIELD

SUMNER LINCOLN FAIRFIELD - 1860
...nor did I attempt to express any. On my way to my dwelling I could not help saying to myself, ' Fool that I am, to toil, hour after hour, in giving others...dismissed them. I then returned exhausted to my chamber. CHAPTER XIII. DOOMED always to a cosmopolitan life, as soon as my health was restored my husband and...
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