The Metropolis: A Novel, Volume 2

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J.J. Stockdale, 1822
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Página 44 - There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore. There is society where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music in its roar; I love not man the less, but nature more...
Página 80 - We know the things are neither rich nor rare But wonder how the devil they get there'5 from Gary I have heard of Charles Lamb & Wainright the Painter who has fell into good luck & I am glad of it many very many are destined to illustrate the old adage — 'It is better to be born fortunate then rich...
Página 5 - The earl of Carlisle has lately published an eighteen-penny pamphlet on the state of the Stage, and offers his plan for building a new theatre : it is to be hoped his Lordship will be permitted to bring forward any thing for the Stage, except his own tragedies. $ " Doff that lion's hide, And hang a calf -skin on those recreant limbs.
Página 97 - Rome, not to imbibe the severe patriotism of the Roman senator, not to advance in republicanism, unless his connection with Lady W - r deserve that name ; but to accompany a frail, interesting female,, then the subject of a crim. con. trial, and now bis partner for life.

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