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Page 7 - But his lordship knew also his foible which was leaning towards the popular ; yet, when he knew the law was for the king (as well he might, being acquainted with all the records of the court to which men of the law are commonly strangers), he failed not to judge accordingly.
Page 6 - Brought all the' endowments of Achitophel, Sincere was Amri, and not only knew, But Israel's sanctions into practice drew ; Our laws, that did a boundless ocean seem, Were coasted all, and fathom'd all by him: No Rabbin speaks like him their mystic sense So just, and with such charms of eloquence; To whom the double blessing does belong, With Moses
Page 7 - I have been bullied," says her ladyship, " by an usurper, I have been neglected by a court, but I will not be dictated to by a subject ; your man sha'n't stand4.
Page 7 - He at first seemed to despise wealth; but he delivered himself up afterwards to luxury and sensuality, and by that means he ran into a vast expense and stuck at nothing that was necessary to support it. In his long imprisonment...
Page 7 - Rests here rewarded by an heavenly prince, For what his earthly could not recompense. Pray, Reader, that such times no more appear, Or if they happen, learn true honour here.
Page 4 - ... the marble pillars of Knowle, in Kent, and Wilton, in Wiltshire, were to me oftentimes but the gay arbours of anguish ; insomuch as a wise man, that knew the insides of my fortune, would often say that I lived in both these my Lords...