Louisa: A Poetical Novel, in Four Epistles. By Miss Seward

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T. Cadell; and sold, 1792 - 93 pages

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Page 81 - fake!—who gave her birth, And gave—I truft—the temper of his worth! And when—on his lov'd knees—my Infant climbs, Adjure him—to forget her Mother's crimes! I know thou wilt!—I feel thy heart expand, In the dear
Page 82 - For thy LOUISA — Words can ill impart How dear the comforts eddying round her heart ! How foft the Joy, by Sorrow's (hading hand
Page 8 - Ye refluent Waters,, bear him to the Shore !. And thou, vain Bride ! enjoy the Meteor-ray,, The fancied
Page 3 - recede From the pain'd mention of one barbarous deed, That kills my hopes, like Eurus' fierce career On the bright foliage of the early year; Which turns, while premature its buds

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