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Side 216 - Nature's sweet restorer, balmy Sleep! He, like the world, his ready visit pays Where Fortune smiles ; the wretched he forsakes; Swift on his downy pinion flies from woe, And lights on lids unsullied with a tear.
Side 120 - Tis hard, indeed, if nothing will defend Mankind from quarrels but their fatal end ; That now and then a hero must decease, That the surviving world may live in peace, Perhaps at last close scrutiny may show The practice dastardly, and mean, and low ' That men engage in it compelled by force, And fear, not courage, is its proper source ; The fear of tyrant custom, and the fear Lest fops should censure us, and fools should sneer.
Side 208 - His wound, contrary to his surgeon's ex> pectation,. took a favorable turn, and in the course of a week or two, he was able to walk about his room.
Side 122 - ... of a respectable solicitor, in the most delicate manner, who it is I raly am. If, I say, she had this fact of my being the owner of the finest estate in Ireland, Cloughnaballydoollyblatherumskite Castle, Bog of Allen, and being my Lord " Here he came to a dead stop , for it suddenly, and for the first time, occurred to him that he had forgotten to ask Blake what title he was to go by. This posed him for a moment, but Greencheese relieved him from his embarrassment by saying, with a smile meant...