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"But St. Aubert had too nice a sense of honour to fulfill the latter hope, and too small a portion of ambition to sacrifice what he called happiness, to the attainment of wealth." Volume 1, Chap. 1, p. 4

"You, sir, renewed my taste for society; when you had left the hamlet, it did indeed appear a solitude. I determined, therefore, since my object was merely amusement, to change the scene; and I took this road, because I knew it led through a more romantic tract of mountains than the spot I have left. Besides, I will own, and why should I not? that I had some hope of overtaking you." Valancourt, Volume 1, Chap. 4, p. 38

"These scenes, soften the heart, like the notes of sweet music, and inspire that delicious melancholy which no person, who had felt it once, would resign for the gayest pleasures. They waken our best and purest...

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