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79. oldal - Compound for sins they are inclined to By damning those they have no mind to.
74. oldal - Hooker boasted 01 with much joy and gratitude, when he saw his mother and friends: and at the bishop's parting with him, the bishop gave him good counsel, and his benediction, but forgot to give him money; which when the bishop had considered, he sent a servant in all haste to call Richard back to him; and at Richard's return, the bishop said to him, ' Richard, I sent for ' you back to lend you a horse which hath carried me many a mile, and ' 1 thank GOD, with much ease...
217. oldal - His house was known to all the vagrant train ; He chid their wanderings, but relieved their pain.
75. oldal - GOD, with much ease ;' and presently delivered into his hand a walking-staff; with which he professed he had travelled through many parts of Germany.
58. oldal - Cambria's towering hills proclaim their lord, Deign thou to hear my bold, instructive song. While grateful citizens with pompous show, Rear the triumphal arch, rich with th...
279. oldal - He that complies against his will, Is of his own opinion still...
101. oldal - And warmed himself in Court or College, He had not gained an honest friend And twenty curious scraps of knowledge, — If he departed as he came, With no new light on love or liquor, — Good sooth, the traveller was to blame, And not the Vicarage, nor the Vicar.