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Do anything but love; or, if thou love,
SHAKSPEARE. Didst thon but know the inly touch of love, Thou wouldst as soon go kindle fire with snow, As seek to quench the tire of love with words.
SHAKSPEARE. Love looks not with the eye, but with the mind, And therefore is winged Cupid painted blind.
SHAKSPEARE, In love, the victors from the vanquish'd fly; They fly that wound, and they pursue that die.
SHAKSPEARE. They do not love, that do not show their love.
SHAKSPEARE. They love the least, that let men know their love.
SHAKSPEARE. When love's well-tim'd, 'tis not a fault to love: The strong, the brave, the virtuous and the wise, Sink in the soft captivity together..
ADDISON'S CATO. With thee conversing I forget all time.
MILTON. I find she loves him much, because she hides it; Love teaches cunning even to innocence; And when he gets possession, his first work Is to dig deep within the heart, and there Lie hid, and, like a miser in the dark, To feast alone,
DRYDEN. Man's love is of man's life a thing apart'Tis woman's whole existence.
BYRON. In the broad face of day he sought my maiden love.
FIRST LOVES, p. 9. “Know your station, sir; you are speaking to Count Stralenheim." “Is it so; I thought I was speaking to my father,"
First Loves, p. 34.
The Mission-Domestic Happiness-Countess Stralen-
The Promotion-Albert in favor with the Duke, who
Intercedes for Him- Station Genevieve's R ret -
Meissen's Interview with the Count Intrusion. The
Returned Lover-The Count's Feeling S picions
The Ball Mein en Shanned by the Guets 1114
ᏢᎪᎡᎢ IV. The Party-Dupe the Feds'--The Return The Assault-Revenge--Capt. Flint Outwitted.. Page 326
ᏢᎪᎡᎢ V. The Speech-Chicago-Misery and Punishment--The Elopement-Bridewell-Retribution..... Page 339
Brother's Choice Miss Manning-Her Beauty-The Recognition-Faint
ing-Scene in the Parlor-The Flight--The SearchThe Return-A Wedding................. Page 354
A Bashful Man's Love. DiMculties of Wooing-Rides-Awkward Escort-The Drawing-In Tears--Reconciliation...... Page 373
Almost Lost. Dot and Harry Lee-A Mother's Opposition --Meddlers
Dawns-Return-Happy Meeting........ Page 388 Allan Scudmore's Wager. Accomplishments—The Wild-Goose Chase-The Pretext-The Acquaintance-Music and Fishing-Angling for Golden Fish--The Accident-GallantryProposal—The Wedding.................. Page 427
The Secretary. Love-A Rival-Deception-Disdain-Bed of Roses
The Ring-The Storm-The Crime-The PrecipiceThe Fall-The Journey—The Revelation-The Recognition-The Son-The Marriage-The EstateThe Disappointed........................ Page 461
Shakspeare. His Parentage-Social Relations of his father_The
Village Suits-- His Early Education--His CareerHis Domestic Life-George III.-Critics and Criticisms-English women-Shakspeare and His Family King Lear --Lady Macbeth-The Best Bed-Customs of the Times-Shakspeare in London--His Last Dayg-The End........................... Page 489