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Page 412 - Some married persons, even in their marriage, do better Please God than some virgins in their state of virginity.
Page 412 - ELIZA, bein^ the Correspondence between Mrs. DRAPER and LAURENCE STERNE. To which is added, a Sketch of their Lives, &c. This is the only Edition published in which Eliza's Letters are. incorporated with those of Yorick's. 3s.
Page 412 - LETTERS OF ABELARD AND HELOISE, with a particular Account of their Lives and Misfortunes. To which are added, Poems by Pope, Madan, Cawthorne, Birch, Seymour, &c. &c. 6s. boards.
Page 411 - DD] To which is added, a preface concerning the author; with replies to reviewers, thanks to the public, a letter relative to the portrait, and various other particulars. Ninth edition : embellished with a portrait of the author Thinking-to-himself. In two volumes. London : 1816. Duodecimo. THIRD (a) and fourth part of Pegasus : taught by Bankes his ghost to dance in the Dorick moode, to the tune of Lachrymoa.
Page 411 - Hamlet Travestie : in Three Acts. With Burlesque Annotations, after the Manner of Dr. Johnson and Geo. Steevens, Esq., and the various Commentators. By George Poole, Esq. ' Quantum mut л t us ab ílio.' — Virgil. ' Commentators each dark passage shun, And hold their farthing candle to the sun.
Page 412 - Volume attributed to the ingcniou* and Reverend Writer who lately displayed. the " Fashionable World ;" but whoever may be its Author, it is unquestionably the production of an enlightened, observing, and virtuous mind, and bears internal evidence of talent and learning.
Page 411 - A Dictionary of Anecdotes, chiefly Historical, and illustrative of Characters and Events Ancient and Modern, 2 vols.
Page 411 - KJ Second Edition, embellished with two elegant Engravings, price 4s. boards. " A production of unprecedented worth, written in the high spirit of ancestorial dignity, and with an enthusiasm scarcely mortal.'*— See the Second Volume of the Lyre of Love.