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Page 372 - I have ever believed, and do now know, that there are witches. They that doubt of these do not only deny them, but spirits : and are obliquely, and upon consequence, a sort, not of infidels, but atheists.
Page 205 - ... and then he threw the sword as far into the water, as he might ; and there came an arm and...
Page 170 - I oft have heard of Lydford Law, How in the morn they hang and draw, And sit in judgment after : At first I wondered at it much ; But since, I find the reason such, As it deserves no laughter.
Page 122 - ... in on one side by the sea and on the other by the lake.
Page 118 - Here's to thee, old apple-tree, Whence thou mayst bud, and whence thou mayst blow ! And whence thou mayst bear apples enow ! Hats full ! caps full ! Bushel — bushel — sacks full, And my pockets full too ! Huzza...
Page 394 - A book which may be described honestly as one of the best of its kind which has ever been published." SPECTATOR. — "Mr. Bradley has certainly exalted the writing of a combined archaeological and descriptive guide-book into a species of literary art. The result is fascinating.
Page 132 - He had no sooner set the cup out of his hand, but a demi-culverin shot struck away the cup and a cooper's plane that stood by the mainmast, and ran out on the other side of the ship ; which nothing dismayed our General, for he ceased not to encourage us, saying, " Fear nothing ! For GOD, who hath preserved me from this shot, will also deliver us from these traitors and villains!
Page 205 - And so then they rowed from the land, and Sir Bedivere beheld all those ladies go from him. Then Sir Bedivere cried : Ah my lord Arthur, what shall become of me, now ye go from me and leave me here alone among mine enemies? Comfort thyself, said the king, and do as well as thou mayest, for in me is no trust for to trust in ; for I will into the vale of Avilion to heal me of my grievous wound : and if thou hear never more of me, pray for my soul.