A Sea-change: Or, Love's Stowaway, a Lyricated Farce in Two Acts and an Epilogue

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Ticknor, 1888 - American drama - 151 pages
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Page 37 - I am a member of that Aristocracy, Wholly composed of the lovelier sex, Which, in the heart of our. New- World Democracy, Reigns, the observer to please and perplex. Since I was born, well, I do not think, really, That I have been of the least use on earth : All has been done that could be done, ideally, Utterly useless to make me from birth.
Page 19 - As such things go, he is in the way to promotion. In less than twenty-five years he might hope to be an Own Correspondent, with fifteen dollars a week.
Page 5 - If I had a sweetheart, and she was a rover, Haul away, boys, haul away ! I'd follow her all the wide world over, Haul away, boys, haul away!
Page 110 - The love that lurks in every breast, So kind a thing, so blind a thing, If with a smile or word caressed, Would wake, and rise, and be a king, — Of life and death the lord and king.
Page 122 - Not at all. For, if I were to thaw altogether, I should re-form again immediately. I am a Reformer.
Page 136 - The wrong words keep coming in spite of every thing. What shall I do?
Page 22 - Indefinitely. Women sometimes have to wait all their lives. Why shouldn't men ? MR.

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