A New and Original Opera in Three Acts, Preceded by a Prologue, Entitled The Enchantress: As First Performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Wednesday, May 14th, 1845

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W.S. Johnson "Nassau steam Press", 1845 - Operas - 44 pages
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Page 23 - In hour of joy, or of distress, I feel how worthless others are— When slumber's pinions o'er me play, In dreams her form appears to me, And when those visions pass away, It's image still I seem to see.

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