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Stran 146 - ... that smoothed his pillow, and administered to his helplessness? Oh ! there is an enduring tenderness in the love of a mother to a son, that transcends all other affections of the heart. It is neither to be chilled by selfishness, nor daunted by danger, nor weakened by worthlessness, nor stifled by ingratitude. She will sacrifice every comfort to his convenience ; she will surrender every pleasure to his enjoyment ; she will...
Stran 134 - The poor mother had been assisted to kneel down at the head of it. Her withered hands were clasped, as if in prayer, but I could perceive by a feeble rocking of the body, and a convulsive motion of...
Stran 228 - EXTRACTS FROM THE BEST GERMAN AUTHORS. Eighth edition, entirely remodelled and considerably enlarged, with Analytical Translation, Notes, and a copious Vocabulary, for the Use of Beginners in Schools and private Tuition. By DR. HAUSMANN. 12mo, cloth, 5s. ELEMENTS OF GERMAN AND ENGLISH CONVERSATION ON FAMILIAR SUBJECTS, with a Vocabulary to each Dialogue. Eleventh edition. By DR. BERNAYS. 12mo, cloth, 3s.
Stran 126 - Its shadowy aisles, its mouldering monuments, its dark oaken pannelling, all reverend with the gloom of departed years, seemed to fit it for the haunt of solemn meditation. A Sunday, too, in the country, is so holy in its repose : such a pensive quiet reigns over the face of nature, that every restless passion is charmed down, and we feel all the natural religion of the soul gently springing up within us : — Sweet day, so pure, so calm, so bright, The bridal of the earth and sky.
Stran 140 - Unfortunately, the son was tempted, during a year of scarcity and agricultural hardship, to enter into the service of one of the small craft that plied on a neighbouring river. He had not been long in this employ when he was entrapped by a press-gang and carried off to sea. His parents received tidings of his seizure, but beyond that they could learn nothing. It was the loss of their main prop. The father, who was already...
Stran 231 - This little work is compiled on an entirely new and original plan, and will be found of great assistance in tracing the connection between the two languages, and in shewing the value and bearing of numerous idiomatical expressions.
Stran 233 - THE MODERN LINGUIST; or, Conversations in English, French, and German ; preceded by Rules for the Pronunciation of German, a copious Vocabulary, and a Selection of Familiar Phrases ; and followed by Models of Receipts, Bills of Exchange, Letters, Notes, Tables of the English, French, and German Coins, and of the English and French Weights and Measures. By ALBERT BARTELS.
Stran 128 - Christian was a poor decrepit old woman, bending under the weight of years and infirmities. She bore the traces of something better than abject poverty. The lingerings of decent pride were visible in her appearance. Her dress, though humble in the extreme, was scrupulously clean. Some trivial respect, too, had been awarded her, for she did not take her seat among the village poor, but sat alone on the steps of the altar.
Stran 232 - COMPLETE THEORETICAL and PRACTICAL GRAMMAR of the SPANISH LANGUAGE, in a Series of Lectures, with copious Examples and Exercises written with the new Spanish Orthography, and particularly adapted for SelfTuition.
Stran 232 - ITALIAN AND ENGLISH DICTIONARY, a New Edition, much improved, and entirely re-edited by Davenport and Cometati, 2 vols. 8vo, cloth, 11.

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