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MAN OF INDEPENDENCE.
THE AUTHOR OF TREMAINE.
My free drift
Power to do good, is the true and lawful end of aspiring : for good
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
This above all, to thine own self be true;
De Vere had observed, with watchful though silent anxiety, the progress which he could not help thinking Lord Cleveland had made in the good graces of his cousin, as we have developed it at the end of our last volume. Lord Mowbray's joy was evident, and the Marchioness's favour. not disguised. Even Lady Eleanor seemed not ill disposed to him. It was only Clayton who showed some gloom, though upon