What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Adams Allworthy Anglia Aphra Behn Beda beiden belege Belvidere besonders Blifil Burchell Charakter Chaucer chylde Codex conj dichter drama ebda eigennamen englischen erscheint ersten erzählung eyuer Fair Jilt Fielding Fleay bd folgenden form frau gedichte Georg giebt Goldsmith good Goodland Grandison grossen handlung hath haue häufig heora Imoinda jahrh Jonson Josoff KIII King Klarissa kommt konsonant Lady lässt lich liebe London Lord love Lovelace lustspiel Lysander ma[y mädchen make Mare metathese muss Olivia Oroonoko owre palatal passim pcet pfarrer Poems Pogatscher Primrose quarto roman scene scheint Schipper Schreiber Schreibfehler Schriftstellerin Semeon Shakespeare Sievers Sophia statt stelle Surinam Sweet Tale text thatt Theseus Thornhill thow Thyn Troilus unsere Urkunden Vernole verse Vicar of Wakefield viel W[h]yche Ward bd werke wieder wohl wold Works wort Would-be Wulfstan wyll zwei zweimal zweite
Page 189 - late, that men betray, What charm can soothe her melancholy, What art can wash her guilt away? The only art her guilt to cover, To hide her shame from every eye To give repentance to her lover, And wring his bosom, — is to die.
Page 524 - I know not why I am so sad, It wearies me, you say it wearies you; But how I caught it, found it, or came by it, What stuffe tis made
Page 13 - A woman I forswore; but I will prove Thou being a goddess, I forswore not thee My vow was earthly, thou a heavenly love; Thy grace being gained cures all disgrace in me.
Page 343 - I do not pretend, in giving you the History of this Royal Slave , to entertain my Reader with the Adventures of a feign'd Hero , whose Life and Fortunes Fancy may manage at the Poet's Pleasure ; nor in relating the Truth, design to adorn it with any Accidents, but such as
Page 359 - most harmless, inoffensive and virtuous Mistress. ‘Tis she alone, if she were permitted, that better instructs the World, than all the Inventions of Man: Religion would here but destroy that Tranquillity they possess by Ignorance; and Laws would but teach ‘em to know Offences, of which now they have no Notion.”
Page 524 - That my .Nerrissa shall be sworne on, is, Whether till the next night she had rather stay, Or go to bed now, being two houres to day: But were the day come, I
Page 18 - 138: O sir, we are defeated! all the works Are flown in fumo every glass is burst, Furnace and all rent down! as if a bolt Of thunder had been driven through the house; Retorts, receivers, pelicans, boltheads, All struck in shivers!
Page 25 - 440: And yet he was but esy of dispence He kepte that he wan in pestilence. For gold in phisik is a cordial, Therfore he lovede gold in special.
Page 89 - the sweet Blossoms, and made it always sweet and charming; and sure, the whole Globe of the World cannot shew so delightful a Place as this Grove was: Not all the Gardens of boasted Italy can produce a Shade to outvie this, which Nature has join'd with Art to render so exceeding fine;