The Paths of the Prudent: A Comedy

Methuen & Company, 1899 - 309 páginas

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Página 92 - As she fled fast through sun and shade, The happy winds upon her played, Blowing the ringlet from the braid : She looked so lovely, as she swayed ^ The rein with dainty finger-tips, A man had given all other bliss, ^ And all his worldly worth for this, To waste his whole heart in one kiss Upon her perfect lips.
Página 92 - She seem'da part of joyous Spring: A gown of grass-green silk she wore, Buckled with golden clasps before; A light-green tuft of plumes she bore Closed in a golden ring.
Página 312 - A stirring romance of the Revolution, the scene being laid in and around the old Philipse Manor House, near Yonkers, which at the time of the story was the central point of the socalled " neutral territory " between the two armies. The Road to Paris: A STORY OF ADVENTURE.
Página 312 - Illustrated by H. De M. Young. An historical romance of the sixteenth century, describing the adventures of a young French nobleman at the court of Henry III., and on the field with Henry IV.

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