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• How,' said Norna, dare you use such bold language ? ... They who speak to the Reimkennar must lower their voice to her before whom winds and waves hush both blast and billow.. And now speak : what wouldst thou have of me?' My daughter's health,' replied Magnus, ' which no remedies have been able to restore.' ... Sit down, all of you; and thou, maiden,' she said, addressing Minna, sit thou in that chair,' pointing to the place she had just left... Vinna moved with slow and tre:nulous step towards the rude seat thus indicated to her. It was composed of stone, formed into some semblance of a chair by the rough and unskiltul hand of some ancient Gothic artist." - THE PIRATE, l'art II. pp. 91, 92.

LIBRARY EDITION.

VOL. XII.

THE PIRATE.

Nothing in him
But doth suffer a sea-change.

T'empest.

FROM TIIE LAST REVISED EDITION, CONTAINING THE AUTHOR'S

FINAL CORRECTIONS, NOTES, &c.

BOSTON:

S. H. PARKER AND B. B. MUSSEY & CO.

NEW YORK: J. S. REDFIELD; C. S. FRANCIS & CO.
PHILADELPHIA: THOMAS, COWPERTHWAIT, & co.

CINCINNATI: H. W. DERBY & CO.

1852.

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