The European Magazine, and London Review, Volum 49

Philological Society of London, 1806

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Side 4 - The naked negro, panting at the line, Boasts of his golden sands and palmy wine, Basks in the glare, or stems the tepid wave, And thanks his gods for all the good they gave.
Side 440 - I went home, and to bed, three or four hours after midnight, with my head full of the subject. An accidental, sudden noise waked me about six in the morning...
Side 251 - But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her : for her hair is given her for a covering.
Side 50 - Indiaman then abroad; that he was within a year of being out of his time, and had been intrusted with cash, drafts, and notes, which he had made free with, to the amount of two hundred pounds. That, going two or three nights before to Drury Lane to see Ross and Mrs. Pritchard in their characters of George Barnwell and Milwood, he was so forcibly...
Side 464 - My Lords, a majority of the Lords have acquitted Henry Viscount Melville of the high crimes and misdemeanors charged upon him by the impeachment of the Commons, and of all things contained therein.
Side 440 - I am convinced of this. I am certain of my fact. One cannot be more certain of .any fact. I saw it with my own eyes. And, having repeated this observation the three following mornings, I found always precisely the same result.
Side 317 - ... a manner, that the world would have difficulty in believing it, if I did not cause the facts to be laid before them, which are authenticated in the narrative which I have ordered to be prepared. — The proceedings of the court of Berlin, when the electorate was occupied by its troops in...
Side 441 - Let the same salutary operation of police be made use of, to prevent our burning candles, that inclined us last winter to be more economical in burning wood ; that is, let guards be placed in the shops of...
Side 230 - ... of which, and the nature of the ground occupied by the enemy's troops, made it evident that they intended to refuse their right wing, and with their left attempt to turn our right flank ; but, to frustrate their design, I formed the army into two columns, the second brigade, under Brigadier-General Ferguson, keeping the road, whilst the first struck to the right, and took the defile of the mountains.
Side 124 - Jilts rul'd the state, and statesmen farces writ; Nay wits had pensions, and young Lords had wit: The Fair sate panting at a Courtier's play, 540 And not a Mask went unimprov'd away:.

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