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" My prayers are heard," he cried, "the gods are propitious; you know, my friends, that the winds have been contrary till yesterday. Damon could not come, he could not conquer impossibilities ; he will be here to-morrow, and the blood which is shed to-day,... "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - 212. oldal
1769
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The Fool of Quality: Or, The History of Henry, Earl of Moreland, 1. kötet

Henry Brooke - 1777
...time the apparatus of his death, he turned with a pleafed countenance and addreffed the aflembly. ' My prayers are heard, he cried, the gods are propitious ! You know, my mends, that the winds have been contrary till yefterday ; Damon could not come* he could not conquer...

The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository, 2. kötet

1791
...his death, he turned, with a pleafcd countenance, andaddrcfled the aflembly : — " My prayers »re heard, (he cried) the gods are propitious ! You know,...my friends, that the winds have been contrary till yefierday ; Damon could not come, he could not conquer impoffibilities ; he will be here to-morrow,...

The Fool of Quality: Or, the History of Henry Earl of Moreland. In Five ...

Henry Brooke - 1792
...fome time the apparatus of his death, he turned with a pleafed countenance and addreffed the affembly: My prayers are heard, he cried; the gods are propitious...been contrary till yefterday: Damon could not come, could not 'Conquer impoffibilities: he will be here to-morrow, and the blood which is ilied to-day...

Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays, and Poetical ..., 2. kötet

Mr. Addison - 1797 - 280 oldal
...beholding for fome time the apparatus of his death, he turned with a placid countenance, and addrefled the fpeftators: " My prayers are heard," he cried,...he will be here to-morrow, and the blood which is fned to-day, fhall have ranfomed the life of my friend. O could I eraze from your bofoms every doubt,...

The Governess, Or, Evening Amusements at a Boarding School

1800 - 219 oldal
...with a pleased countenance and addressed the assembly. " My prayers are heard," he cried, " the Gads are propitious ! You know my friends, that the winds have been contrary till yesterday. Damon could not come — he could not conquer impossibilities; he will be here to-morrow,...

The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801 - 258 oldal
...he turned , and with a pleasing countenance , thus addressed the assembly. « My prayers are heard. The » gods are propitious. You know , my » friends , that the winds have been con» lrary till yesterday. Damon could not » come ; he could not conquer impossibi» lities. He will...

Moral and entertaining stories, for youth: selected by a friend

Moral and entertaining stories - 1804
...pleafed countenance, and addrefled the affembly. "My prayers are heard," he cried, "You know, my friends, the winds have been contrary till yefterday, Damon...he will be here to-morrow, and the blood which is fhed to-day fhall have ranfomed the life of my friend. Oh, could I erafe from your bofoms every doubt,...

Beauties of British Prose. Selected by S. Melmoth

Sydney Melmoth - 1805 - 360 oldal
...turned, and, with a pleasing countenance, thus addressed the assembly. — " My prayers are heard. The gods are propitious. — You know my friends, that the winds have been contrary till yesterday. Damon could not come : he could not conquer impossibilities. He will be here to-morrow ;...

Beauties of History; Or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice

L. M. Stretch - 1808
...time the apparatus of his death, he turned with a placid countenance, and addressed the spectators : " My prayers are heard," he cried, " the gods are propitious...my friends, that the winds have been contrary till yesterday". Damon could not come, he could not conquer impossibilities ; he will be here to-morrttw,...

The Teacher's Assistant in English Composition, Or, Easy Rules for Writing ...

John Walker - 1810 - 263 oldal
...time the apparatus of his death, he turned with a placid countenance, and addressed the spectators : " My prayers are heard," he cried, " the gods are propitious...friends, **• that the winds have been contrary till yesterday. "** Damon could not come ; he could not conquer '" impossibilities : he will be here tomorrow...




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