The Huntingdon peerage, a detailed account of the recent restoration of the earldom; to which is prefixed a history of the house of Hastings

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381. oldal - All my bones shall say, Lord, who is like unto thee, who deliverest the poor from him that is too strong for him; * yea, the poor, and him that is in misery, from him that spoileth him?
187. oldal - AB, as well for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he hath and beareth unto the said...
92. oldal - In the hole of the desk were store of tobacco-pipes that had been used. On one side of this end of the room was the door of a closet, wherein stood the strong beer and the wine, which never came thence but in single glasses, that being the rule of the house exactly observed, for he never exceeded in drink or permitted it.
390. oldal - HIIMANO capiti cervicem pictor equinam Jungere si velit, et varias inducere plumas Undique collatis membris, ut turpiter atrum Desinat in piscem mulier formosa superne, Spectatum admissi risum teneatis, amici...
92. oldal - ... not intimately acquainted with her. This made him very popular, always speaking kindly to the husband, brother, or father, who was to boot very welcome to his house whenever he came. There he found beef pudding and small beer in great plenty, a house not so neatly kept as to shame him or his dirty shoes, the great hall strewed with marrow bones, full of hawks...
92. oldal - ... thick crust, extremely baked. " His table cost him not much, though it was good to eat at ; his sports supplied all but beef and mutton, except...
381. oldal - Fie on thee, fie on thee, we saw it with our eyes. 22 This thou hast seen, O Lord: hold not thy tongue then; go not far from me, O Lord. 23 Awake and stand up to judge my quarrel ; avenge thou my cause, my God and my Lord. 24 Judge me, O Lord my God, according to thy righteousness, and let them not triumph over me. 25 Let them not say in their hearts, There, there, so would we have it ; neither let them say, We have devoured him.
131. oldal - Recall'd it ; rapt its Ganymede from us. Was there no milder way but the small-pox, The very filthiness of Pandora's box ? So many spots, like naeves on Venus' soil, One jewel set off with so many a foil ; Blisters with pride swell'd, which through's flesh did sprout Like rose-buds, stuck i
28. oldal - Submissive, sad, and lowly was her look; A burning taper in her hand she bore, And on her shoulders carelessly confused With loose neglect her lovely tresses hung; Upon her cheek a faintish flush was spread, Feeble she seemed, and sorely smit with pain, While barefoot as she trod the flinty pavement, Her footsteps all along were marked with blood.
92. oldal - One or two of the great chairs had litters of cats in them, which were not to be...

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