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  • Circus in London, after midnight, with a top dressing of Gehenna the Unblest -- it had seemed to us a compound of these ingredients, with a distinctive savor of what was essentially Gallic permeating through it like garlic through a stew.

    Europe Revised

  • In lower regions, how many a poor Hazlitt must wander on God’s verdant earth, like the Unblest on burning deserts; passionately dig wells, and draw up only the dry quicksand; believe that he is seeking Truth, yet only wrestle among endless Sophisms, doing desperate battle as with spectre-hosts; and die and make no sign!

    Paras. 40-58

  • Unblest is the blood that for tyrants is squandered,

    The Complete Poems of Sir Thomas Moore Collected by Himself with Explanatory Notes

  • Unblest with one natural friend, she merits a thousand.

    Evelina: or, The History of a Young Lady's Entrance Into the World

  • Act not the Shark upon thy Neighbors; nor take Advantage of the Ignorance, Prodigality or Necessity of any one: For that is next door to Fraud, and, at best, makes but an Unblest Gain.

    Some Fruits of Solitude


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