The history of Richmond ... including a description of ... other remains of antiquity in the neighbourhood [by C. Clarkson].

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Page 409 - This Indenture made this ninth day of October in the tenth year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith etc, and in the year of our Lord God One thousand seven hundred and twenty three.
Page 331 - Besides several Misses' To all of whom his attachment was notorious ; And, what is still more, a Paradox, though he had no issue by his lawful...
Page 302 - Look how, my dear, the feather'd kind, By mutual caresses joyn'd, Bill, and seem to teach us two What we to love and custom owe. Shall only you and I forbear To meet, and make a happy pair ? Shall we alone delay to live ? This day an age of bliss may give. But ah ! when I the proffer make, Still coyly you refuse to take My heart I dedicate in vain, The too mean present you disdain. Yet, since the solemn time allows To choose the object of our vows, Boldly I dare profess my flame, Proud to be yours...
Page 412 - Whereupon the said Attorney-General of our said Lord the King, who for our said Lord the King in this behalf prosecuteth for our said Lord the King, prayeth the consideration of the Court here in the premises, and that due process of law may be awarded against him the said Thomas Paine in this behalf, to make him answer to our said Lord the King touching and concerning the premises aforesaid.
Page 297 - Swedes, have a sport wherein they exercise their youth, consisting of a dance with swords in the following manner, first with their swords sheathed and erect in their hands, they dance in a triple round. Then with their drawn swords held erect as before; afterwards extending them from hand to hand, they lay hold of each others hilt and point, while they are wheeling more moderately round and changing their order, throw themselves into the figure of a hexagon, which they call a rose.
Page 374 - ... for the time being or the major part of them, from time to time and at all times hereafter...
Page 332 - Camden Spread the fame thereof so extensively As to attract even the notice of his Prince, Who thought it no diminution of Royalty To obtain so valuable an acquisition By purchase : And though he parted with his Purity At a great price, Yet his honour and good name Remained untarnished To the end of his life. At his death, indeed, slander (In the...
Page 197 - Their habit was a loose garment of a grey colour, reaching down to their ankles, with a cowl of the same, and a cloak over it when they went abroad. They girded themselves with cords, and went barefooted.
Page 370 - And for the better execution of our will and grant in this behalf, WE HAVE ASSIGNED, nominated, constituted and made, and by these presents, for us, our heirs and successors, WE DO ASSIGN, nominate, constitute and make our said Cousin, PRINCE RUPERT, to be the first and present Governor of the said Company...
Page 410 - York, for the time being, and their successors, forever hereafter be, and shall be, by force of these presents, one body corporate and politic, in deed, fact and name, by the name of the mayor, aldermen and commonalty of the city of New York...

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