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actions alloy ardent art thou BELOVED blest bliss BLOOM UPON THY bosom breast bright CANZONET CHARLES SWAIN charm cheer CRICKET deed despair doth dwell evil fair faith fame feel future days gain gentle give these hidden glow GOLDEN MONARCH grace happy hath heart Heaven hidden answers birth humble JOHN BOLTON KING SCANDAL KING WINTER LAUGHING VOICE life's light of future LIPS OF LOVE merry voices mighty MILD REPROOF MILL ON FIRE mind mirth MOSS LANE naught ne'er never noble o'er perchance PERSEVERANCE WILL SUCCEED philosopher of earth pleasure pride Progressior reign rejoice REVERIE sincere sing smiling song SONNET sorrow soul sound of merry SPIRIT OF LOVE SPIRIT OF PROGRESS strife sway sweet love sweet Spring there's thine thou art Thou hast thou'rt thought thy lips Tis Christmas tones TRIUMPHS OF HOPE true truly truth twill unto Whilst YOUNG LOVE
עמוד 3 - Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time ; Footprints, that perhaps another, Sailing o'er life's solemn main, A forlorn and shipwrecked brother, Seeing, shall take heart again.
עמוד 45 - Love on, love on, though we may live to see The dear face whiter than its circling shroud, Though dark and dense the gloom of Death may be, Affection's glory yet shall pierce the cloud. The truest spell that Heaven can give to lure, The sweetest prospect Mercy can bestow, Is the blest thought that bids the soul be sure 'Twill meet above the things it loved below.
עמוד 118 - The gibbet has not fifteen years' life in it. If in 1860, fifteen years hence, there shall be a death punishment existing, if we shall still be in this world together, reproach me with being the falsest prophet, the veriest fool, that ever presumed to talk of the advancing spirit of the times.
עמוד 118 - If. in 1860, fifteen years hence, there he a death punishment existing, if we shall still be in this world together, reproach me with being the falsest prophet, the veriest fool, that ever presumed to talk of the advancing spirit of the times."— LOED NUGEXT. " We cordially agree with Lord Nugent, and undertake a share of the hazards to which he here exposes himself.