Catalogue of the Art Exhibition at the Metropolitan Fair, in Aid of the U.S. Sanitary Commission

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J.F. Trow, printer, 1864 - Art - 18 pages
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Page 11 - I bobbed from him,* As gifts to Desdemona: It must not be: if Cassio do remain, He hath a daily beauty in his life 20 That makes me ugly; and besides, the Moor May unfold* me to him; there stand I in much peril: No, he must die.
Page 7 - O Italy, how beautiful thou art ! Yet I could weep — for thou art lying, alas, Low in the dust ; and we admire thee now As we admire the beautiful in death.
Page 8 - I looked up, and saw one coming with wings toward me. So he came directly to me and said, ' Mercy, what aileth thee ? ' Now when he had heard me make my complaint, he said, ' Peace be to thee ' * * and he put a beautiful crown upon my head. * * Then he took me by the hand, and said,
Page 8 - ... heart. Now I had not sat there long, but methought many were gathered about me to see me, and to hear what it was that I said. So they hearkened, and I went on bemoaning the hardness of my heart. At this some of them laughed at me, some called me fool, and some began to thrust me about. With that, methought I looked up and saw one coming with wings toward me. So he came directly to me, and said, " Mercy, what aileth thee V Now when he had heard me make my complaint, he said, " Peace be to thee...
Page 9 - ... of the maidens there Unbinds the long sweep of her waving hair, And it playfully floats on the sportive air. But the loveliest tresses — as all conclude, Are those of Florinde, they are golden-hued.
Page 3 - ... one of the severest of those trials, which marked the struggle of our forefathers for Independence.
Page 3 - God, on his unequalled wisdom and fortitude, they then saw that the deepest night does indeed foretell the coming day, for the dawn of their liberty — dim, rayless, almost chilling, but still dawn — soon struggled through the gloom upon their aching sight.

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