The European Magazine, and London Review, 28. kötet

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Philological Society of London, 1795
 

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259. oldal - ... to a broad, open common, a road led us to the foot of Latrigg (or, as it is called by the country people, Skiddaw's Cub), a large round hill, covered with heath, turf, and browsing sheep.
16. oldal - Moreover he burnt incense in the valley of the son of Hinnom, and burnt his children in the fire, after the abominations of the heathen whom the LORD had cast out before the children of Israel.
417. oldal - A dispatch, of which the following is a copy, has been this day received at Earl Bathurst's office, addressed to his lordship by Major General Cooke, dated Cadiz, August 30, 1812 :— Cadiz, August 3O.
396. oldal - We, therefore, have thought fit, by and with the advice of our Privy Council, to issue this our royal proclamation : And we do hereby strictly charge and command all our loving subjects to observe a strict neutrality in and during the aforesaid...
10. oldal - I charge you that ye refuse not this holy vocation, but as you tender the glory of God, the increase of Christ's Kingdom, the edification of your brethren, and the comfort of me, whom...
90. oldal - He told me, he had a chaplain, that was a very honest man, but a very great blockhead, to whom he had given a living in Suffolk, that was full of that sort of people : he had gone about among them from house to house, though he could not imagine what he could say to them ; for, he said, he was a very silly fellow ; but that, he...
307. oldal - Marino than they can ever poffibly be .under the capricious tyranny of a levelling demo.cracy; and the people at large have the firmeft fecurity that their fuperiors will not abufe their juft...
233. oldal - ... a bright gem of liberty amidft the darknefs of Italian fervitude, we clambered cheerfully over the precipices, never reflecting that as there was not any place of reception for ftrangers in the Citta, we might...
219. oldal - Cherifh'd in earlieft youth, now paying back With tenfold ufury the pious care, And pouring o'er my wounds the heavenly balm Of confcious innocence. But chiefly, Thou, Whom...
125. oldal - ... fupport, which you have continued to afford me, in the profecution of the great conteft in which we are ftill unavoidably engaged, demand rny warmeft acknowledgments.

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