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469. oldal - He used often to say, that if he were to choose a place to die in, it should be an inn; it looking like a pilgrim's going home, to whom this world was all as an inn, and who was weary of the noise and confusion in it.
12. oldal - The medal, faithful to its charge of fame, Through climes and ages bears each form and name: In one short view subjected to our eye, Gods, emperors, heroes, sages, beauties, lie. With sharpen'd sight pale antiquaries pore, Th' inscription value, but the rust adore.
349. oldal - ... civil society, do declare, that we hold it highly improper on that day to give or accept invitations to entertainments or assemblies, or (except in cases of urgency, or for purposes of charity) to travel, or to exercise any worldly occupations, or to employ our domestics...
125. oldal - ... own if it had been the will of heaven, I would have gladly lived, till I had put in order the fecond part of the Enquiry, fhewing the Immortality of the human foul : But infinite wifdom cannot be miftaken in calling me fooner.
331. oldal - Society will always judge liberally of their feveral claims. It is required that the matters for which Premiums are offered, be delivered in. without names, or any intimation to whom they belong ; that each particular thing be marked in what manner each Claimant thinks fit, fuch Claimant fending with it a paper fealed up, having on the outfide a...
125. oldal - MS. books, where all the materials I have been collecting, for near thirty years, are put down, without any order, in the book that came next to my hand, in the place or circumstances I was in at the time.
124. oldal - I have no reafonable hopes of recovery, the fwelling which began at my legs, being now got up to my belly and head. I am a trouble to all about me, efpecially to my poor wife, who has the life of a flave night and day, in helping me to take care of a difeafed carcafs. Yet I may linger on a while, as I can ftill walk a little through the room, and divert myfelf now and then with reading, nay, and writing down my re
221. oldal - Descend, bright Truth ! from Heaven's ethereal vault, Guide my weak pen, give vigour to my thought, Accustom kings thy warning voice to bear, 'Tis thine to dictate as 'tis theirs to hear; 'Tis thine to bid contending nations know, 'What dire effects from civil discord flow'.
240. oldal - our philofophy was too glaring for the times, or for " the object of the work, we brought it to a lower " tint, and when we thought that we might be more " daring than the author, we fpoke more openly. In " a word, we made our writers fay exactly what we " pleafed. Then the work was publifhed under the . " title or name we had chofen, the better to hide the <