George Melville: An American Novel

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W. R. C. Clark & Company, 1858 - New York (N.Y.) - 386 pages
 

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Contents

XVII
112
XX
128
XXI
134
XXIII
154
XXV
166
XXVI
175
XXVIII
188
XXX
203
XLIV
315
XLV
323
XLVI
329
XLVII
338
L
355
LI
363
LII
369
LIII
379

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Page 371 - O, let us, then, with heartfelt grief, Draw near unto our God, And pray to him to grant relief, And stay the lifted rod. 4 O righteous Judge, if thou wilt deign To grant us what we need, We pray for time to turn again, And grace to turn indeed.
Page 371 - O let us, then, with heartfelt grief, Draw near unto our GOD, And pray to Him to grant relief, And stay the uplifted rod. O Righteous Judge, if Thou wilt deign To grant us all we need, We pray for time to turn again, And grace to turn indeed.
Page 371 - SINNER, bring not tears alone, Or outward form of prayer, But let it in thy heart be known That penitence is there. 2 To...
Page 13 - t. It breaks my chain ! I held some slack allegiance till this hour — But now my sword's my own. Smile on, my lords ; I scorn to count what feelings, withered hopes, Strong provocations, bitter, burning wrongs, I have within my heart's hot cells shut up, To leave you in your lazy dignities.
Page 128 - ... its sound were causing The charmed ocean's pausing, The waves lie still and gleaming, And the lull'd winds seem dreaming: And the midnight moon is weaving Her bright chain o'er the deep; Whose breast is gently heaving, As an infant's asleep: So the spirit bows before thee, To listen and adore thee; With a full but soft emotion, Like the swell of Summer's ocean.
Page 358 - Court if had anything to say why the sentence of the law should not now be pronounced upon , says nothing.
Page 359 - January next, there and then to be hanged by the neck until dead. And may God have mercy on your soul.
Page 188 - Detroit, in said county and State, being duly sworn, deposes and says that she is a married woman of the age of twenty-one years, having been married to Charles A.
Page 361 - Black and he was sentenced to five years at hard labor in the State Prison at Thomaston.
Page 287 - Hennage scratching his head with one hand, while in the other he held a letter which he was reading.

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