Montalbert: A Novel, Volume 2

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S. Low, 1795
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Page 142 - Naples, her mind was exalted by fcenes fo much fuperior to any fhe had ever formed an idea of either from the efforts of the pen or the pencil...
Page 152 - Montalbert was no longer with her to point out the beauties that every where furrounded their abode, or to enjoy them with her.
Page 95 - I had never learned learned to fear — if fuch were ever permitted to appear, I hoped it might be with tidings of mercy.
Page 115 - Montalbert's relations — I might have been received by his mother with pride and pleafure, from the hands of my own ; but now I am an outcaft, and have no right to claim ,the proteftion of any human being...

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