Valentine Verses: Or, Lines of Truth, Love, and Virtue

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E. Shalders, 1827 - 262 pages
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Page 150 - One man, from memory О ne'er defaced, Who acted strangely, a deceiver's part. — This line, if conscience makes the guilty start...
Page 92 - Yet there is a way By which he may be known ; and science may Be greatly benefitted by this plan, If every man would study, each, his man.
Page 146 - Sir, come you're severity's self my dear Crit ! You must own there's some point, if you call it not...
Page 72 - PO tell me it, Alike our troubles we may both deplore. О maiden tell me ! — We shall meet no more,— To-morrow's dawn will see me far away From this my birth-place, swiftly passing o'er, To land less lov'd, the vast America ; Why this distress ? О lovely maiden, confidently say.
Page 257 - Virtue, with 100 spirited pen-and-ink sketches by the author, Ipswich, 1827, 8vo, a nice copy in orig. boards, cloth bach, paper label, scarce 2/10/" uni)- a small number printed, and was rigidly suppressed.

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