Page:Twice-Told Tales (1851) vol 2.djvu/221

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CHIPPINGS WITH A CHISEL.

likewise gained perplexity; for there was a strange doubt in my mind, whether the dark shadowing of this life, the sorrows and regrets, have not as much real comfort in them—leaving religious influences out of the question—as what we term life's joys.