Warreniana: With Notes, Critical and Explanatory

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Longman, Hurst, Reese, Orme, Brown, and Green, 1824 - 208 oldal
 

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204. oldal - THE PAINTER AND VARNISHER'S GUIDE; Or a Treatise, both in Theory and Practice, on the Art of making and applying Varnishes ; on the different Kinds of Painting ; and on the Method of preparing Colours, both simple and compound...
88. oldal - Ten minutes to ten by Saint Dunstan's clock, And the owl has awakened the crowing cock ; Cock-a-doodle-doo, Cock-a-doodle-doo, If he crows at this rate in so thrilling a note, Jesu Maria ! he'll catch a sore throat. " Warren the manufacturer rich Hath a spectral mastiff bitch ; To Saint Dunstan's clock, tho...
86. oldal - Phenomena of Dreams, is of opinion that the lens or focus of intestinal light ascending the oesophagus at right angles, a juxtaposition of properties takes place, so that the nucleus of the diaphragm reflecting on the cerebellum the prismatic visions of the pilorus, is made to produce that marvellous operation of mind upon matter better known by the name of dreaming.
8. oldal - Dr. Ireland, some years my junior, in our little school, at his spellingbook. During this long period, our friendship has been without a cloud ; my delight in youth, my pride and consolation in age. I have followed, with an interest that few can feel and none can know, the progress of my friend from the humble state of a curate to the elevated situation which he has now reached, and in every successive change have seen, with inexpressible delight, his reputation and the wishes of the public precede...
204. oldal - Description of Ale and Beer. To which are added, General Instructions for making Malt, and Tables of the Net Duties of Excise on Strong and Table Beer, payable by Common Brewers in Town and Country. By ALEXANDER MORRICE, Common Brewer. Sixth Edit, with the Laws relating to Brewers, Maltsters, and Innkeepers.
132. oldal - The cloud-capt towers, the gorgeous palaces, The solemn temples, the great globe itself; * Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve, And, like the baseless fabric of a vision, Leave not a wreck behind.
94. oldal - Answered the Warren, with choleric eye, " Oh, king of the cock-tailed incubi ! The sneer of a fiend to your puffs you may fix, But if, what is worse, you assert that your Styx Surpasses my blacking, ('twas clear he was vexed), By Jove ! you will ne'er stick at any thing next. I have dandies who laud me at Paine's and Almack's, Despite Day and Martin, those emulous quacks, And they all in one spirit of concord agree, That my blacking is better than any black sea Which flows thro" your paltry Avernus,...
9. oldal - ... which he has now reached, and in every successive change have seen, with inexpressible delight, his reputation and the wishes of the public precede his advancement. His piety, his learning, his conscientious discharge of his sacred duties, his unwearied zeal to promote the interests of all around him, will be the theme of other times and other pens : it is sufficient for my happiness to have witnessed at the close of a career, prolonged by Infinite Goodness far beyond my expectations, the friend...
79. oldal - mid daintiest feasts they sighed; Gout trod in anger on each hapless toe ; Stern apoplexy pummelled each fat side, And dropsy seconded his deadly blow, 'TJ11 floored by fate they sunk to endless sleep below.

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