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Page 199 - And here I prophesy, — This brawl to-day, Grown to this faction, in the Temple garden, Shall send, between the red rose and the white, A thousand souls to death and deadly night.
Page 155 - Of bodies chang'd to various forms by Spleen. Here living tea-pots stand, one arm held out, One bent ; the handle this, and that the spout : A pipkin there, like Homer's tripod, walks; Here sighs a jar, and there a goose-pie talks ; Men prove with child, as powerful fancy works, And maids, turn'd bottles, call aloud for corks.
Page 235 - Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted in me? Hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him for the help of his countenance.
Page 367 - Male or Female, (other than the Issue of Princesses who have married, or may hereafter marry into Foreign Families) shall be capable of contracting Matrimony without the previous Consent of His Majesty, his Heirs or Successors, signified under the Great Seal, and declared in Council...
Page 185 - That freshly budded, and new blooms did bear, In which a thousand birds had built their bowers, That sweetly sung to call forth paramours ; And in his hand a javelin he did bear, And on his head (as fit for warlike stoures) A gilt engraven morion he did wear, That as some did him love, so others did him fear.
Page 14 - Kirk of North Barrick in Lowthian ; and that after they had landed, tooke handes on the lande and daunced this reill or short daunce, singing all with one voice, Commer goe ye before, commer goe ye ; Gif ye will not goe before, commer let me.
Page 14 - I free all men, especially the ministers and magistrates, of the guilt of my blood. I take it wholly upon myself — my blood be upon my own head ; and as I must make answer to the God of heaven presently, I declare I am as free of witchcraft as any child. But being delated by a malicious woman, and put in prison under the name of a witch ; disowned by my husband and friends, and seeing no ground of hope of my coming out of prison or ever coming in credit again, through the temptation of the devil...
Page 312 - There is in every animal's eye a dim image and gleam of humanity, a flash of strange light through which their life looks out and up to our great mystery of command over them, and claims the fellowship of the creature, if not of the soul.
Page 440 - There shall be no slavery within this Republic. Nor shall any citizen of this Republic, or any person resident therein, deal in slaves, ] either within or without this Republic, directly or indirectly.
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