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Page 48 - Twas muttered in Hell, And echo caught faintly The sound as it fell. On the confines of earth 'Twas permitted to rest, And the depths of the ocean Its presence confessed.
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Page 11 - But still the lady shook her head, And swore, by yea and nay, My Whole was all that he had said, And all that he could say.

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