The Alienist and Neurologist, Volume 19

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Charles Hamilton Hughes
EV.E. Carreras, Steam Printer, Publisher and Binder, 1898

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Page 41 - ... succeeded had died poor, and, but for merciful judges, would have died upon the gallows. The young peer had great intellectual powers ; yet there was an unsound part in his mind. He had naturally a generous and tender heart; but his temper was wayward and irritable.
Page 42 - We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality.
Page 40 - All the fairies, save one, had been bidden to his cradle. All the gossips had been profuse of their gifts. One had bestowed nobility, another genius, a third beauty. The malignant elf who had been uninvited, came last, and, unable to reverse what her sisters had done for their favourite, had mixed up a curse with every blessing.
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Page 84 - No blaring trumpet sounded out his fame ; He lived, he died. I do not know his name. No form of bronze and no memorial stones Show me the place where lie his...
Page 55 - Yet rears her crest, unconquered and sublime, Above the far Atlantic ! — She has taught Her Esau-brethren that the haughty flag, The floating fence of Albion's feebler crag, May strike to those whose red right hands have bought Rights cheaply earned with blood.
Page 41 - He was truly a spoiled child, not merely the spoiled child of his parents, but the spoiled child of nature, the spoiled child of fortune, the spoiled child of fame, the spoiled child of society. His first poems were received with a contempt which, feeble as they were, they did not absolutely deserve. The poem which he published on his return from his travels, was, on the other hand, extolled far above its merits. At twenty-four, he found himself on...
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