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Page 304 - At length his sovereign frowns — the train of state Mark the keen glance, and watch the sign to hate. Where'er he turns, he meets a stranger's eye, His suppliants scorn him, and his followers fly...
Page 458 - RANKING. Pascal's Provincial Letters. A New Translation, with Historical Introduction and Notes, by T. M'CRIE, DD Pope's Poetical Works.
Page 453 - The Irish Sketches of this lady resemble Miss Mitford's beautiful English sketches in * Our Village,' but they are far more vigorous and picturesque and bright.
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