The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 32
F. Jefferies, 1762 - Early English newspapers
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Page 31 - He shall not die, by G — , cried my uncle Toby. ' — The ACCUSING SPIRIT, which flew up to heaven's chancery with the oath, blush'd as he gave it in ; — and the RECORDING ANGEL, as he wrote it down, dropp'da tear upon the word, and blotted it out for ever.
Page 452 - Of all the extraordinary things that have been tendered to your royal hands since your first happy arrival in Britain, it may be boldly said, what now bespeaks your majesty's acceptance is the chief : " Not in itself indeed; it is a trifle unworthy your exalted rank, and what will hardly prove an entertaining amusement to one of your majesty's...
Page 167 - ... whatsoever for the Purpose of fighting or baiting of Bears, Cockfighting, baiting or fighting of Badgers or other Animals, shall, on Conviction thereof before any One Justice of the Peace, forfeit any Sum not exceeding Five Pounds, and in default of immediate Payment shall be liable to be imprisoned and kept to hard Labour for any Time not exceeding Two Months, unless the said Penalty shall be sooner paid...
Page 139 - SURGEONS buy. Thrice each the pond'rous key apply'd, And Thrice to turn it vainly try'd, Till taught by Prudence to unite, And ftraining with collected might, The ftubborn wards refift no more, But open flies the growling door.
Page 231 - The mortified parts feparated gradually from the found parts; and the furgeon had, in inuit of the cafes, no other trouble than to cut through the bone, which was black and almoft dry. — The ftate of their limbs at prefent is...
Page 16 - ... to be informed, If the court of Spain intended to join the French, our enemies, to make war on Great Britain ; or to depart from their neutrality ? Whereas the anfwer concerns one treaty only, which is faid to be of the...
Page 134 - Majesty, that I may be permitted to enjoy it pure and unmixed with the lucrative advantages which you propose should attend it.
Page 134 - I shall transmit therefore the sense of the House of Commons, that the augmentation which your generosity has proposed, may...