London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 17 (Google eBook)

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C. Ackers, 1748 - English essays
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Page 86 - Congress assembled: and the said courts of admiralty are hereby authorized and required to take cognizance of and judicially to proceed upon all and all manner of captures, seizures, prizes and reprisals of all ships and goods that are or shall be taken, and to hear and determine the same...
Page 479 - Tis all a trick, these are all shams, By which they mean to cheat you ; But have a care, for you're the lambs, And they the wolves that eat you. Nor let the thought of no delay, To these their courts misguide you ; Tis you're the showy horse, and they The jockeys that will ride you.
Page 184 - It made a virgin put on guile, Truth's image break her word, A Lucia's face forbear to...
Page 185 - Eight times emerging from the flood, She mew'd to ev'ry wat'ry god Some speedy aid to send. No dolphin came, no nereid stirr'd, Nor cruel Tom nor Susan heard.
Page 583 - ... as life ; I mean, the true knowledge and worship of thy Creator and Redeemer : without which all other things are vain and miserable.
Page 29 - ... of about four or five inches diameter at the mouth, having the bottom taken off, and the sides well fixed in the clay rammed close about it. Within the pot is a brown water, Thick as puddle, continually forced up with a...
Page 541 - Britain, in parliament affembled, beg leave to return your majefty our unfeigned thanks for your moft gracious fpeech from the throne ; and to...
Page 583 - ... thy birth and being, I think it fit, and agreeable to the affection I bear thee, to help thee with...
Page 184 - Fair Lucia's hand difplay'd ; This finger grac'da diamond ring, On that a fparrow play'd. II. The feather'd play-thing...
Page 377 - I wifh thee (Vin) before all wealth, Both bodily and ghoftly health : Nor too much wealth, nor wit, come to thee, So much of either may undo thee.

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