The Eve of San-Pietro: A Tale ...

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T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1804
 

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Página 111 - It knows not wherefore : — What a kind of being is circumstance ! I am a soldier, and were yonder battlements, Garnish'd with combatants, and cannon-mounted, My daring breast would bound with exultation, And glorious hopes enliven this drear scene. Now dare not I scarce tread to my own hearing, Lest echo borrow superstition's tongue, And seem to answer me, like one departed.

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