La Belle Assemblée: Being a Curious Collection of Some Very Remarkable Incidents which Happen'd to Persons of the First Quality in France, Volume 2

D. Browne, J. Brotherton, 1749

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Pagina 28 - Forest, and run with his usual swiftness towards him. Either his Fear or his Prudence put it into his Head to throw himself flat on the Ground, and the Tyger, having taken his Race with too...
Pagina 70 - Ornament & its best Security. The first Point of Justice, says a Writer I have met with, consists in Piety ; Nothing certainly being so great a Debt upon us, as to render to the Creator & Preserver those Acknowledgments which are due to Him for our Being, and the hourly Protection he affords us.
Pagina 27 - Defign ; but he had not gone en it above twenty Paces, when he perceived a Crocodile very near him : Terrified at this bitter Enemy of Mankind...

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