Phraseologia Anglo-germanica: Or, A Collection of More Than Fifty Thousand Phrases Collected from the Best English Classicks, Disposed in Alphabetical Order, and Faithfully Translated Into German
Sold and printed by Francis George Levrault, 1798 - English language - 1113 pages
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Page 115 - Call upon me in the day of trouble, and I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.
Page 537 - But the posterity of so many gods and heroes was fallen into the most abject state. His grandfather had suffered by the hands of justice, and Julius Atticus, his father, must have ended his life in poverty and contempt, had he not discovered an immense treasure buried under an old house, the last remains of his patrimony. According to the rigour of...
Page 41 - Turks, I can scarcely look with an easy and familiar aspect at the levity and agility of the airy phantoms that are dancing about me here, and I often think that I am at a puppet-shew amidst the representations of real life.
Page 392 - oll ju tbun. — if you get a young wife you may bring her up to your own hand.
Page 203 - Jasfyonster brought forth by Terra , who was offended at the gods for having destroyed her children.
Page 322 - The females of Brazil are generally of a pale complexion, but have a certain delicacy of feature which renders them very pleafmg objeds; and the affability of their manners heightens the agreeablenefs of their perfonal attractions.
Page 199 - A fowler had taken a partridge who offered to decoy her companions into the fnare, <fiit SBogelfteUer (atte tin 9leb(u6n gefanaen, bae fid) anbot, feine ®cfa(rtitmen in baeîîeç (in bie Salle) su Uefen.