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affection agitated amiable apartment appearance arrival attentions baronet Beau became become bosom Bouverie brother called chamber companion conduct continued conversation Cottage count daughter dear delight determined dread early entered entreated eyes fair father feelings Ferguson Frazer gave girl given grounds hand happiness heart Henrietta honour hope hour husband immediately join kind lady Beaumont ladyship late leave Lessington letter London look lord manners marchioness Mary means meet ment mind Miss Beaumont months morning mother Murray never niece observed once orphan painful passed peace pleasure poor possessed present pressed proceeded protection reached received replied retired Riversdale Scotland seat seemed sir Theodosius sister smile soon spirits steps suffered surprise tears thought tion took trust turned uncle virtue weeks wife William Frazer wish wounded young youth
Page 103 - O, woman ! in our hours of ease, Uncertain, coy, and hard to please, And variable as the shade By the light quivering aspen made ; When pain and anguish wring the brow, • A ministering angel thou...
Page 167 - Who shall love best, and closest shall embrace. Be what Henriquez was, — be my Alonzo. Dor. What, my Alonzo, said you ? my Alonzo ! Let my tears thank you, for I cannot speak ; And, if I could, Words were not made to vent such thoughts as mine.
Page 145 - The rage of tyrants, when defianee stings 'em ! The pride of priests, so bloody when in power ! Are half so dreadful as a woman's vengeanee.
Page 210 - ve seen the morning rise wi' fairest light, The day unclouded, sink in calmest night : I've seen the spring rin whimpling through the plain, Increase, and join the ocean without stain : The bridegroom may be blyth, the bride may smile ; Rejoice through life, and a
Page 73 - I wish you happy, sir,Theodosius; it is in your own power to be so; and ne-ver more, I again entreat you, renew this odious subject.
Page 52 - Love wounds no confidence— he gives no smart." MONDAY had been fixed on for a grand ball and supper, in celebration of the birthday of lady Beaumont. The most splendid preparations had been making for some time past to give eclat to the Entertainment. After breakfast, sir Theodosius, taking his hat, left the house...
Page 196 - How rain the hopes ! How short the prospect of believing man ! THOMSON. PROSPEROUS gales quickly wafted Bouverie Frazer to his native shores. Having been informed in the last letter he received from Mary before leaving the island, that she and her friends were almost immediately to leave London, he had...