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Ormond Or the Secret Witness , Volume 2. The universe was to him a series of events connected by an undesigning and inscrutable necessity, and an assemblage of forms to which no beginning or end can be conceived. The attempt, however, if made with fidelity and diligence, is not without its use.

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To comprehend the whole truth, with regard to the character and conduct of another, may be denied to any human being ; but different observers will have, in their pictures, a greater or less portion of this truth. In no case, perhaps, is the decision of a human being impartial, or totally uninfluenced by sinister and selfish motives.

If Constantia surpassed others, it was not because her motives were pure, but because they possessed more of purity than those of others. Sinister considerations flow in upon us through imperceptible channels, and modify our thoughts in numberless ways, without our being The comparison could not but suggest itself between this scene and that exhibited by Helena. With the latter, voluptuous blandishments, musical prattle, and silent but expressive homage, composed a banquet delicious for a while, but whose sweetness now began to pall upon his taste. It supplied him with no new ideas, and hindered him, Any other point is inaccessible". Oddly enough, Ormond also believes that a man "must not part with benevolent desire; this is a constituent of happiness