Excerpt from Macgrigor and Clarendon, or the Recluse Lovers: A Novel
I thought, said Frederick, that this melancholy had been owing to the ah sence of my father, and the great re gard she has for his safety; but now, when we have received intelligence that he has left the camp, and is on his way to the castle, and enjoying the bleso sing of health, I have thought that, had this been the spring from whence it originated, such welcome tidings would have at least alleviated, if not entirely expelled, all such pensive thoughts.
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