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Page 192 - You called me yesterday mountain-squire, but I will make you to-day a squire of low degree!
Page xxvi - in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, or in the water under the earth,
Page 175 - and kissed her an hundred times and more. There was mirth and melody with harp,
Page xvii - Briefly, the essential implication seems to me to be that of the soul leaving its customary habitations and wandering in strange places,
Page 32 - of weal and some of woe, And some of joy and mirth also, Some of treachery,
Page 42 - to a fair country, as bright as the sun on a summer's day, smooth and