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- When you sleep in your cloak there ’s no lodging to pay.
- Boots and Saddles.
- For everything created
In the bounds of earth and sky
Has such longing to be mated,
It must couple or must die.
- Like to Like.
- Ah, better to love in the lowliest cot
Than pine in a palace alone.
- The life upon which youth fancies itself entering is very different from the life which age refuses to acknowledge it is on the eve of quitting.
- The Autobiography of Captain Digby Grand, p. 672 of Fraser's Magazine, vol. 46, December 1852