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BY THE AUTHOR OF "A NEW HOME."
"Where are the advantages, beyond the means, first, of mere subsistence,
SIR W. SCOTT.
C 8. FRANCIS & CO., 252 BROADWAY.
J. H. FRANCIS, 128 WASHINGTON ST.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1842,
BY C. S. FRANCIS & Co.,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the Southern District of New York.
At his outset he was not what he became. * * * It is true there was always a large stock of Individuality—but how many ideas, how many sentiments, how many inclinations are changed in him!
A YEAR and a half had elapsed since the abstraction of the grapes, and the skin had grown over Seymour's knuckles, and also the bark over certain letters which he had carved in very high places on some of Mr. Hay's forest-trees; and, sympathetically perhaps, a suitable covering over the wounds made in his heart by the scornful eyes of the unconscious Caroline. His figure had changed its proportions, as if by a wire-drawing process, since what it had gained in length was evidently subtracted from its breadth. The potato redness of his cheeks had subsided into a more presentable complexion, and his teeth were whiter than ever, while the yawns which used to exhibit them unseasonably had given place to a tolerable flow of conversation, scarcely tinctured by mauvaise honte.