Divorce: Or, Faithful and Unfaithful

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Frank F. Lovell & Company, 1889 - American fiction - 411 pages

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Page 265 - Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear, It is not night if thou be near ; Oh, may no earth-born cloud arise To hide thee from thy servant's eyes.
Page 393 - any such misconduct as permanently destroys the happiness of the petitioner, and defeats the purpose of the marriage relation?
Page 153 - When he bent to kiss her she put her arms around his neck and rested her head on his breast, looking straight in his eyes, they were cool and searching, hers bright and dilated.
Page 395 - States requires each state to give full faith and credit to the judicial proceedings of every other state. Comity between states is daily growing and should be encouraged.
Page 207 - Then he put his arm around her waist and drew her close to him. without speaking. She put her hand on his hair caressingly. " Can I do anything for you, Gilbert ?" " Yes, a great deal if you are willing.
Page 373 - ... in life, and keep them out of mischief. It has answered the purpose very well ; but it is getting out of date. Education is freeing women from bondage as well as men. Expediency is the new morality. You and I have tried [the old] for ten years, and it is a dead failure. We ought to enjoy life. It is too short to spend in a round of hard duties that yield no pleasures. Take my advice and follow my example. There are men who can appreciate women like you. . . . Marriage is merely a contract, and...

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