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Henry Colburn, 1850

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Stran 428 - WHITE, AS THEY ARE PAINTED. WHEN Shakspeare wrote There is some soul of goodness in things evil, Would men observingly distil it out, so deeply was he impressed with the religiousness of the thought,
Stran 31 - John. If you dare not trust that you see, confess not that you know. If you will follow me, I will show you enough; and when you have seen more, and heard more, proceed accordingly.—Much Ado about
Stran 290 - too to Time shall yield. Frail as your silken sisters of the field, Star after star from heaven's bright arch shall rush, Suns sink on suns, and systems systems crush, Headlong, extinct, to one
Stran 142 - Bring me this man," the caliph cried. The man Was brought—was gaz'd upon. The mutes began To bind his arms. " Welcome, brave cords !" cried he; " From bonds far worse Jaffar deliver'd me ; From wants, from shames, from loveless household fears; Made a man's eyes friends with delicious tears; Restor'd me—lov'd me—put me on a par With his great self. How can I pay
Stran 192 - arc invited by the State of Nicaragua to enter into the same treaty stipulations with her; and the benefit to be derived by each from such an arrangement will be the protection of this great inter-oceanic communication against any power which might seek to obstruct it, or to monopolise its advantages.
Stran 481 - d'affaires; he is let into all his secrets, and does all his business. They are the physicians, the stewards, and the interpreters of all the great men." They are to be found, however, in great numbers, and everywhere they seem to earn their bread, while some enrich themselves.
Stran 517 - extraordinary state of manners and society that gave it birth. From several passages, it may be inferred that it was publicly recited; and even now, as we read it, we fall unconsciously into a long-drawn chant, and seem to hear the voices of Arabian camel-drivers, or of Spanish muleteers, as the Oriental or
Stran 275 - safety of his armies to his own puerile vanity, will complete a picture by no means calculated to elicit one regret that his reign was not prolonged." * The Court and Reign of Francis the First, King of France. By Miss Pardoe,
Stran 198 - to let the horse go his way, and pretend it is yours. There is no secret so close as that between a rider and his horse. We knew a young dumpling-shaped doctor, at Edmonton, who rode himself into considerable practice, by being seen flying about the country in all directions, on a run-away tit that he had bought at
Stran 367 - to care a farthing for parting. There is an old saying, that it is well to be " off with the old love before one is on with the new," and Amelia thought it was well to be

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