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able affection already answer appeared attention bear beauty became began believe better called Catherine Catherine's cause circumstance close continued course dark dear desire doubt dream Eleonore evidently existence expression eyes fact fair fancy Father Girard favour feelings felt gaze girl give grace hand happy head heart hope hour imagination influence interest Jesuits kind lady least leave less light lips listened longer looked Madame Cadières Mademoiselle Cadières Mademoiselle Raymond manner Marie matter means mind mother nature never object once opinion party passing perhaps person poor present reason received remain replied rest saint scarcely seemed short smile soon soul speak spirit stood strange suffered things thought tion tone took Toulon town truth turn understand usual views whilst whole wish yielded young youth
Seite 21 - From harmony, from heavenly harmony This universal frame began : From harmony to harmony Through all the compass of the notes it ran, The diapason closing full in Man.
Seite 296 - This work may be in truth called a miscellany of polite literature, seasoned throughout with an amiable and sweetly religious spirit. — Literary gazette. '' One of the most agreeable, picturesque, and readable books of the season. — Monthly Chronicle. 1' Three more delightful volumes have rarely come under our notice.
Seite 296 - Years of labour have not been misspent in the research and consideration of the subject, and the style is worthy of the best names in this elevated part of our national literature.
Seite 147 - but dreams do not extend to the waking moments. This phenomenon overtakes me when I least expect it — whilst talking or walking — even at meals." " I have read of people being drugged into a forced sleep," said Eleonore, thoughtfully. " But Father Girard gives me nothing, nor is he always present at such times. When he is, my slumber is more peaceful, and I feel more tranquil on waking. In his absence, the fits are torture, and on their leaving me I am totally exhausted.
Seite 296 - WITH VIEWS OF THE ARTS, LITERATURE AND SOCIAL LIFE OF THE ATHENIAN PEOPLE. By SIR E. LYTTON BULWER, Bart., MP, Author of " ENGLAND AND THE ENGLISH," " RIENZI," &c. "The Rise and Fall of Athens, from the Pen of Sir EL Bulwer. What a theatre for description ! What themes for the graphic narrator ! We cannot too much applaud his general tone of moderation and candour. * * * * These specimens, and other passages, combine a warm feeling of the great or the beautiful, witn a wakeful sagacity, ever throwing...