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EUSTACE CONWAY.

VOL. III.

OR,

THE BROTHER AND SISTER.

A NOVEL.

“ Il est dangereux de trop faire voir à l'homme combien il est égal aux
bêtes, sans lui montrer sa grandeur. Il est encore dangereux de lui faire
trop voir sa grandeur, sans sa bassesse. Il est encore plus dangereux de lui
laisser ignorer l'un et l'autre. Mais il est très avantageux de lui repré-
senter l'un et l'autre."

PASCAL.

IN THREE VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

RICHARD BENTLEY, NEW BURLINGTON STREET,

SUCCESSOR TO HENRY COLBURN.

1834.

PRINTED BY A. J. VALPY,

RED LION COURT, FLEET STREET. THE

BROTHER AND SISTER.

CHAPTER I.

The Blues, that tender tribe, who sigh o'er sonnets,

And with the pages of the last Review
Line the interior of their heads or bonnets,
Advanced in all their azure's highest hue.

BYRON,

I MENTIONED that Eustace Conway spent a month in endeavouring to convert the London world to his new opinions; but it must not be supposed that he arrogantly or ostentatiously intruded them into every society. The chief theatre of his experiments was some coteries into which

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