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... The first review was a joke smartass. Pardon my French
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I agree that the first review is not very knowledgeable about the historical value of the work or the fact that this is a work of history.
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action ancient animal Belonging bird body bull;—oil bull;—oil;—pound;—thin called Capable cause church chyle cloth coagulation colour consisting containing corrupt costiveness court cover degree denoting deprive dignity dress expression fall fasten fat;—me Fate favour figure fire fish flower force fruit give ground grow heraldry honour horse instrument join kal-le kind land light liquor manner mark marriage mean measure medicine ment met;—pine mind motion move musick n. s. A kind n. s. A small n. s. The act n. s. The quality nature ness noise not;—tube one's opposed optick pain pass passion person piece pin;—no plant play plural preter preterite pron publick quantity Relating resembling sense ship soft sound species stone syllable taining thing throw tion tree v. a. Pret v. a. To put vehe verb vessel violent woman word
Page 522 - If we search the writings of Virgil, for the true definition of a pastoral, it will be found a poem in which any action or passion is represented by its effects upon a country life.
Page 338 - ... but whose right of inheritance may be defeated by the contingency of some nearer heir being born : as a brother, or nephew, whose presumptive succession may be destroyed by the birth of a child ; or a daughter, whose present hopes may be hereafter cut off by the birth of a son.
Page 482 - An imaginary being supposed to preside over the material and animal world ; the native state or properties of any thing, by which it is discriminated from others...
Page 462 - A place or cavern in the earth, which contains metals or minerals ; a cavern dug under any fortification that it may sink for want of support, or...
Page 122 - A space upon the surface of the earth, measured from the equator to the polar circles ; in each of which spaces the longest day is half an hour longer than in that nearer to the equator.
Page 494 - OATS [a grain which in England is generally given to horses, but in Scotland supports the people], — Croker.
Page 251 - A great circle, whose poles are the poles of the •world. It divides the globe into two equal parts, the northern and southern hemispheres.
Page 91 - A figure in poetry, by which a short syllable after a complete foot is made long ; a pause in verse.
Page 191 - A thing given or forfeited to God for the pacifying his wrath, in case of any misfortune, by which any Christian comes to a violent end, without the fault of any reasonable creature...
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