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Yet despair not, thou desolate one! for thy dower Lovely Scio, thy lands and thy beauty is left.-Pierpont.
36 Hark! the notes, on my car that play,
Are set to words:-as they float they say,
37. Alas! madam, said he, one day, how few books are there, of which one ever can possibly arrive at the last page.-Johnson.
38. Pausing a while, thus to herself she muscd.—Millon 39. The monument is more than a hundred cubits high.
40. They are so happy that they do not know what* to do with themselves.-Paley.
41. I have more by half, than I know what to do with.
42. They to their grassy couch, these to their nests, Were slunk; all but the wakeful nightingale. She all night long her am'rous descant sung.—Milton.
43. Homeward bound! with deep emotion, We remember, Lord, that life
Is a voyage upon an ocean,
Be thy statutes so engraven
On our hearts and minds, that we
*The word what appears to be used here adverbially in the sense of how. The expression "know not what to do," "what to do with," &c. are explained by some as elliptical; as follows: They are so happy that they do not know that which [they are able] to do, ice.