Through the shadows, by the author of 'Sidney Grey'.

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Page 74 - For my heart was hot and restless, And my life was full of care, And the burden laid upon me Seemed greater than I could bear. But now it has fallen from me, It is buried in the sea ; And only the sorrow of others Throws its shadow over me.
Page 309 - THE JEWS IN THE EAST. BY THE REV. P. BEATON, MA From the German of DR. FRANKL. 2 vols. 21s. " Those persons who are curious in matters connected with Jerusalem and its inhabitants, are strongly recommended to read this work, which contains more information than la to be found in a dozen of the usual books of travel.
Page 309 - ... our thinking the most valuable of the contributions to recent history which he has yet compiled from his family papers. Besides the King, the Duke of Buckingham's canvass is full of the leading men of the day — Castlereagh, Liverpool, Canning, Wellington, Peel, and their compeers.
Page 46 - SWEET day ! so cool, so calm, so bright, Bridal of earth and sky, The dew shall weep thy fall to-night, For thou, alas ! must die.
Page 310 - This is a novel of strong dramatic situation, powerful plot, alluring and continuous interest, admirably defined characters, and much excellent remark upon human motives and social positions.
Page 310 - This is a novel of strong dramatic situation, powerful plot, alluring and continuous interest. admirably defined characters, and much excellent remark upon human motives and social positions." — Literary Gazette. OCEOLA. By CAPTAIN MAYNE REID, 3 vols. with Illustrations by Weir. " Capt. Reid is a sort of Walter Scott of the West, ' Oceola' is full of soul-stirring interest."— Literary Gazette.
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Page 91 - OE of mankind ! too bold thy race : Thou runn'st at such a reckless pace, Thine own dire work thou surely wilt confound : 'Twas but one little drop of sin We saw this morning enter in, And lo ! at eventide the world is drown'd...
Page 164 - To have spoken once? It could not but be well. The slow sweet hours that bring us all things good, The slow sad hours that bring us all things ill, And all good things from evil, brought the night In which we sat together and alone, And to the want, that hollow'd all the heart, Gave utterance by the yearning of an eye, That burn'd upon its object thro' such tears As flow but once a life.
Page 309 - SIXTEEN YEARS OF AN ARTIST'S LIFE IN MOROCCO, SPAIN, AND THE CANARY ISLANDS. By MRS. ELIZABETH MURRAY. 2 vols. 8vo. with Coloured Illustrations. *

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