Rock, rock, went the cradle, and mother and child slept; but alas!
If he be proved culpable in this most melancholy business, and, alas!
Alas, the vanity of mortal projects, even when they centre in the grave!
He thought of his mother, indeed, when he laughed; but alas!
Alack and alas that ever I should have been fool enough to trust him!
Alas for my poor sword which lies at the bottom of the Garonne!
The spot is indeed a corner of Eden—a happy valley, to be transformed, alas!
For this complaint there is no precise English name; but, alas!
Hardly a spot of the annexed provinces but is stamped with indelible and, alas!
Alas, I was too ill to institute them myself while it was yet time.