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I WRITE BUT OF FAMILIAR STUFFE,
BECAUSE MY STILE IS LOWE ;
Printed by John Stark.
BY THE AUTHOR OF MARRIAGE.
Si la noblesse est vertu, elle se perd par tout ce qui n est pas vertueux; et
IN THREE VOLUMES.
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH:
AND T. CADELL, LONDON.
Oh! sooner shall the rose of May
MEANWHILE the lovers had much to say to each other; but, for a time, the eloquence and the vehemence of Colonel Delmour bore down the softer accents of the Countess, as he pleaded his suit in all the energy of passion, and appealed to herself, as a witness of the injurious treatment he met with from Mrs St Clair.' But when he proceeded to urge immediate union, as the only means of putting an end to the ma