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“On peut tirer un fruit précieux du malheur : une personne sensible, pieuse,
“ Bona rerum secundarum optabilia, adversarum mirabilia."-SENECA.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
HODGES AND SMITH, 104, GRAFTON-STREET.
THE LAST EARL OF DESMOND.
“Such usage as your honourable lords
Afford me; assassinated and betray'd,
JEPHSON's Rock is about one mile below the old bridge of Mallow. It rises boldly and bluffly on the bank of the Blackwater, blocks up the path, and says “Stand,—turn back” to all who attempt to pass that way.
Within the bowels of this rock is a cave. In the mouth of this cave stood a tall, high-shouldered
His mood seemed morose. He was watching the silent flow of the river, upon which the moon, as it passed through dark clouds, cast an occasional ray.
He raised his head as he heard, or thought he heard, a man's step, and a rustle among the plantations above him.