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I say to Mr. Stubbs-
There's nothing in this world so sweet as love.
(The Spanish Student).
There did we sit, beneath th' o'ershadowing tree,
She sang-oh, joy! what smiles, what blushes throng Upon those cheeks-and what delight for me!
F. Kazinezi, trans. B. Bowring.
(The Spanish Student). Eternal love let man, then, never swear.
Now, he who bids his wife do what she pleases
Arts on the mind, like paint upon the face,
Young. - February 26.
Night! with all thine eyes look down !
Darkness! weep thy holiest dew !
(Antony and Cleopatra).
He knew whose gentle hand was on the latch
Before the door had given her to his eyes,
(Isabella). I have loved her ever since I saw her, and still I see her beautiful!
(Two Gentlemen of Verona).