Henry Smeaton: A Jacobite Story of the Reign of George the First, Volume 2
T. C. Newby, 1851 - Jacobite Rebellion, 1715
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Page 152 - twill be wholly thine ; Yet still his share thy rival will contest, *ml still the double claim divides my breast. The fate of James with pitying eyes I view, And wish my homage were not Brunswick's due : To James my passion and my weakness guide, But reason sways me to the victor's side.