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Good Society, Or Contrasts of Character (Classic Reprint)
Mrs. Elizabeth Caroline Grey
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Page 34 - In the most literal of senses, "the earth hath bubbles as the water hath ; and these are of them.
Page 241 - I will sing you a great favourite of mine—a regular, true, love song, and tell me how you like it." She sat down again, and sang— " Oh ! when it is too late, thou wilt regret me, In vain thoult strive to hate and to forget me, Thy love for me in vain thou'lt strive to smother, And ne'er again wilt thou so love another. Oh ! when it is too late, and I am forsaken, Affection once so great will reawaken, And then wilt...
Page 241 - All ! when it is too late thou wilt regret me, In vain thou'lt strive to hate or to forget me ; Thy love for me in vain thou'lt seek to smother, ' And ne'er wilt thou again so love another. " Ah ! when it is too late, and I'm forsaken, Affection once so great will reawaken ; And then thou wilt renounce the spell around thee, And sigh for jojs that once so fondly bound thee.