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Page 341 - GUIDE TO THE ANGLO-SAXON TONGUE : on the Basis of Professor Rask's Grammar ; to which are added, Reading Lessons, in Verse and Prose, with Notes, for the use of Learners. By EJ Vernon, BA, Oxon. 12mo, cloth, 5s.
Page 345 - VESTIGES OF THE ANTIQUITIES OF DERBYSHIRE, and the Sepulchral Usages of its Inhabitants, from the most Remote Ages to the Reformation.
Page 331 - And then you shall live freely there, without sergeants, or courtiers, or lawyers, or intelligencers, only a few industrious Scots, perhaps, who, indeed, are dispersed over the face of the whole earth. But as for them, there are no greater friends to Englishmen and England, when they are out on't, in the world, than they are. And for my...
Page 351 - THE BRITISH MUSEUM; containing a brief History of its Formation, and of the various Collections of which it is composed; Descriptions of the Catalogues in present use ; Classed Lists of the Manuscripts...
Page 59 - O me ! here's a boat has been cast away hard by. Alas, alas ! see one of her passengers labouring for his life to land at this haven here ! pray heaven he may recover it ! His next land is even just under me ; hold out yet a little, whatsoever thou art ; pray, and take a good heart to thee. 'Tis a man ; take a man's heart to thee ; yet a little further, get up a' thy legs, man ; now 'tis shallow enough.
Page 339 - MONMOUTH, &c., to his Capture and Execution, with a full account of the Bloody Assize, and copious Biographical Notices.
Page 4 - But if a privy search should be made, with what furniture are you rigged now? Sirrah, I tell thee, I am thy master, William Touchstone, goldsmith, and thou my prentice, Francis Quicksilver; and I will see whither you are running. Work upon that now! Quick. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master's profit. » Touch. Prentices' recreations are seldom with their masters
Page 346 - NOTES ON THE CHURCHES in the Counties of KENT, SUSSEX, and SURREY, mentioned in Domesday Book, and those of more recent Date; with some Account of the Sepulchral Memorials and other Antiquities. By the .Rev Arthur Hussey.