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Page 222 - So spake the seraph Abdiel, faithful found. Among the faithless faithful only he : Among innumerable false unmoved, Unshaken, unseduced, unterrified, His loyalty he kept, his love, his zeal ; Nor number, nor example with him wrought To 'swerve from truth, or change his constant mind Though single.
Page 96 - There are but three ways for a man to revenge himself of the censure of the world ; to despise it, to return the like, or to endeavour to live so as to avoid it : the first of these is usually pretended, the last is almost impossible, the universal practice is for the second.
Page 102 - When by a good man's grave I muse alone, Methinks an Angel sits upon the stone ; Like those of old, on that thrice-hallowed night, Who sate and watched in raiment heavenly bright ; And, with a voice inspiring joy not fear, Says, pointing upward,
Page 189 - Mid the deep blue sky and the clouds so bright ; The billow is tossing its foam on high, And the summer breezes go lightly by ; The air and the water dance, glitter, and play — And why should not I be as merry as they...
Page 41 - ... within him, and he said a prayer to himself, wishing he hadn't come out that day, or that he was on Fair-hill, or that he hadn't the cow to mind, that he might run away from the bad thing — when, in the midst of his fears, he was again addressed by his companion. " Where are you going with the cow, honest man ?" "To the fair of Cork then," says Mick, trembling at the shrill and piercing tones of the voice.
Page 150 - ... to receive these certain vicissitudes of life, — the returns of good and evil, so as neither to be exalted by the one, or overthrown...
Page 99 - Thave heard of brothers and sisters estranged ; If they should forsake me, what should I do ? Where should I bear my sad heart to ? Some one, surely, would be my stay — Some one must love me better than they. Yes, fair child, there is One above, Who loves thee with an unchangeable love ; He who...
Page 184 - There can be no Friendship where there is no Freedom. Friendship loves a free Air, and will not be penned up in straight and narrow Enclosures.