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Page 312 - but a different creation, though equally true; which shall give a faithful picture in the character of one man of /he aspect and the effects of our social system; making that man of a better sort of clay than the amusing lacquey was, and the product of a more artificial grade of society. The book
Page 309 - vindicated in the deep devotion of a constant and enthusiastic heroine. Even the lighter temperaments were not forgotten. Frivolity smiled, and shrugged his shoulders before us, and there was even a deep personification of Cynic Humour. — Had I executed my work in strict unison with my plan, it would doubtless have been a very dull affair. For
Page 31 - Gentry (TG), Family Names from the Irish, Anglo-Saxon, Anglo-Norman and Scotch: considered in relation to their etymology; with brief remarks on the history and languages of the peoples to whom we are indebted for their origin. Philadelphia,
Page 350 - aspirations higher äs well äs clearer. For he has conquered his unbelief; the Ideal has been built on the Actual; no longer floats vaguely in darkness