Lord Harry Bellair, by the author of 'Mary Powell'.

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Page 178 - Surely goodness and mercy have followed me all the days of my life; and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.
Page 115 - Mary, I believed thee true, And I was blest in so believing ; But now, I mourn that e'er I knew A girl so fair and so deceiving.
Page 99 - I will receive the cup of salvation, and call on the name of the Lord.
Page 53 - Methinks already I your tears survey, Already hear the horrid things they say.
Page 161 - devotion opens the mind to great conceptions, and fills it with more sublime ideas than
Page 175 - The heart knows its own bitterness, and a stranger intermeddleth not with
Page 202 - there is some one state of character and plan of action, the very best possible under all the circumstances,
Page 18 - words pass by me as the idle wind which I regard not,
Page 137 - Say, is there any point so nice As that of offering advice
Page 42 - Perhaps you do not know that a The is among the stupid new follies of the winter. You are to invite fifty or a hundred people to come at eight o'clock; there is to be a long table, or little parties at small ones; the cloth is to be laid, as at breakfast; every one has a napkin; tea and coffee are made by the company, as at a public breakfast; the table is covered with rolls, wafers, bread and butter; and what constitutes the very essence of a

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