William Thornborough, the benevolent Quixote

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Page 237 - Life's best delights belong, To mitigate the mourner's smart, To guard the weak from wrong. Ye sons of luxury, be wise : Know, happiness for ever flies The cold and solitary breast; Then let the social instinct glow, And learn to feel another's woe, And in his joy be blest.
Page 116 - Th' impurpl'd feaft was wont to flow; And beauty danc'd in graceful rings, And princes fat, where nettles grow. What now avails, how great"?

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