|ADELAIDE de la THOREZA||1|
|ADELAIDE DE LA THOREZA. A Chequered Dareer.||3|
|EARLY DAYS. Oh, enviable, early days, When dancing thoughtless pleasureś maze, To care, to guilt, unknown ! How ill exchanged for riper times, To feel the follies, or the crimes, Of others, or my own ! CHAPTER I.||5|
|LIFE IN LONDON. “Frail man, how various is thy lot below, To-day tho’ gales propitious blow, And peace soft gliding down the sky, Lead love along and harmony, To-morrow the gay scene deforms.” CHAPTER II.||19|
|LIFE IN THE COLONY. Earth is an island ported round with fears, Thy way to Heaven is through the sea of tears; It is a stormy passage, where is found The wreck of many a ship, but no man drowned. CHAPTER III.||27|
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| author1=Cameron, James.
| title=Adelaide de la Thoreza, a chequered career
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