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Page 161 - ... being obliged to borrow in time of peace. At the commencement of the Session Government had proposed increased taxation, but, in conformity to the wishes of the House and the country, had subsequently abandoned it. He had supported, and should have continued to support. Government in that taxation, but still he could not shut his eyes to the fact that the state of the world justified them in conceding to the deliberate decision of the House that it was not expedient to increase taxation this...
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Page 86 - Now that the first wild pang is past and over, Now I have learn'd to accept it as a truth That men love not as women, that the lover To whom the woman gives herself, her youth, Her trust, her love, her worship, — in his heart, Just on the surface, — keeps a spot apart...
Page 70 - I loved you from the first moment I saw you; and I hoped that, if I had patience enough, I might win a little love from you in return.