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Page 37 - Before thy mystic altar, heavenly Truth, I kneel in manhood, as I knelt in youth : Thus let me kneel, till this dull form decay, And life's last shade be brighten'd by thy ray. Then shall my soul, now lost in clouds below, Soar without bound, without consuming glow.
Page 188 - To facilitate this change of our affections, it is necesSary that we weaken the temptations of the world, by retiring at certain seasons from it ; for its influence arising only from its presence, is much lessened when It becomes the object of solitary meditation. A constant residence amidst noise and pleasure inevitably obliterates the impressions of piety, and a frequent abstraction of ourselves into a state where this life, like the next, operates only upon the reason, will reinstate religion...
Page 193 - Including upwards of One Hundred and Fifty Letters, never before published, a Memoir of the Court of George I., by Lady Montague, and a Life of the Authoress, Illustrative Anecdotes, and Notes added. And the Suppressed Passages Restored. Handsomely bound in Two Volumes, embossed cloth. Mr. Furness
Page 193 - Life of Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States, with parts of his Correspondence never before published. 2 vols.
Page 192 - The Third Series of PENCIL SKETCHES; Or, Outlines of Character and Manners. By Miss LESLIE. Containing- — The Red Box, or Scenes at the General Wayne ; Constance Allerton, or the Mourning Suits; The Officers, or a Story of the Late War ; The Serenades, including the Dream of Songs ; The Old Farm House; That Gentleman, or Scenes on Shipboard; Chase Loring, a Tale of the Revolution; Alphonsine, &c.
Page 43 - I deign to prove; No, make me mistress to the man I love. If there be yet another name more free, More fond than mistress, make me that to thee ! 90 Oh ! happy state ! when souls each other draw, When love is liberty, and nature law...
Page 43 - Oh! happy state! when souls each other draw, When love is liberty, and nature law: All then is full, possessing and...
Page 192 - ... from the German of Goethe. MISS LESLIE. THE THIRD SERIES OF PENCIL SKETCHES ; or, Outlines of Character and Manners. By Miss LESLIE. Containing The Red Box, or Scenes at the General Wayne, Constance Allerton, or the Mourning Suits. The Officers, or a Story of the Late War. The Serenades, includin g the Dream of Songs.
Page 191 - WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE, UNITED STATES NAVY. By THOMAS HARRIS, MD, Surgeon United States Navy, and Member of the American Philosophical Society. With a Portrait. One Volume, Octavo. THE LIVES OF Cardinal de Relz, Jean Baptiste Colbert, John De Witt, and the Marquis deLouvois. By GPR JAMES, Esq., Author of The Gipsy, &c. ^ In Two Volumes, 12mo.
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