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appear behold BOOK Brother child cold comfort cried dared dead dear delight doubt dread dream ease eyes face fate father fear feel felt fond gain gave George ghost give grace grew grief grieve HALL hand happy hear heard heart hope hour James kind knew lady leave light live look look'd lord lost lover maid means meet mind nature never night once pain parents past peace pity pleased pleasure poor praise pride prove reason replied rest Richard Robert seek sight smile soon sought soul speak spirit spoke stories strong suffering sure tell terror thee thing thou thought till told took true truth weak widow wife wish'd wishes wrong young youth
Page 207 - As men will children at their sports behold, And smile to see them, though unmoved and cold, Smile at the recollected games, and then Depart and mix in the affairs of men...
Page 232 - Jacques was there t' explain and to persuade. Here, on this lawn, thy boys and girls shall run, And play their gambols when their tasks are done ; There, from that window, shall their mother view The happy tribe, and smile at all they do ; While thou, more gravely, hiding thy delight, Shalt cry "0! childish!