Tales of the Passions: In which is Attempted an Illustration of Their Effects on the Human Mind: Each Tale Comprised in One Volume, and Forming the Subject of a Single Passion, Volum 1
G. Wilkie and J. Robinson, 1808 - 415 sider
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Side 82 - ... the rebel army threatened an advance. After their departure, my attention was called to two young men lying in a wet and dirty apartment at the railroad station, sick and unable to travel. I had them immediately taken to my house and put to bed, where, by medical skill and careful nursing, they were so far recovered in a few days as to be able to join a party of their comrades in a successful attempt to reach their regiment, which in the meantime had made a hasty retreat before the advance of...
Side 291 - April sun, they may expand their sweets in the morning beam, and be lost for ever in the blast of the evening. The hour in which Lucy forfeited her honour, deprived her of that...
Side 156 - ... in so low a tone of voice, as scarcely to be heard. Edward having left the room to see after his luggage, he made another attempt.