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Page 666 - The Blue Laws of New Haven Colony, usually called Blue Laws of Connecticut; Quaker Laws of Plymouth and Massachusetts; Blue Laws of New York, Maryland, Virginia, and South Carolina. First record of Connecticut ; interesting extracts from Connecticut records; cases of Salem Witchcraft; charges and banishment of Rev. Roger Williams, &c. ; and other interesting and instructive antiquities. Compiled by an Antiquarian. Hartford, 1838.
Page 137 - The staring boys, a face to every desk, Bright, dull, pale, blooming, common, picturesque. Grave is the Master's look ; his forehead wears Thick rows of wrinkles, prints of worrying cares ; Uneasy lie the heads of all that rule, His most of all whose kingdom is a school. Supreme he sits; before the awful frown That bends his brows the boldest eye goes down ; Not more submissive Israel heard and saw At Sinai's foot the Giver of the Law.
Page 246 - Baldwin, Henry. A General View of the Origin and Nature of the Constitution and Government of the United States, Deduced from the Political History and Condition of the Colonies and States, from 1 774 until 1 788.
Page 635 - Sir, the eloquence of Mr. CALHOUN, or the manner of his exhibition of his sentiments in public bodies, was part of his intellectual character. It grew out of the qualities of his mind. It was plain, strong, terse, condensed, concise; sometimes impassioned — still always severe. Rejecting ornament, not often seeking far for illustration, his power consisted in the plainness of his propositions, in the closeness of his logic, and in the earnestness and energy of his manner.
Page 497 - How are the dead raised, and with what body do they come...
Page 777 - Introduction to Church History : being a new Inquiry into the true Dates of the Birth and Death of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ ; and containing an original Harmony of the four Gospels, now first arranged in the Order of Time.
Page 753 - Hartford had secured from the state legislature the incorporation of the Connecticut asylum for the education and instruction of deaf and dumb persons.
Page 746 - A New and corrected Version of the New Testament; or, a minute revision, and professed translation of the Original Histories, Memoirs, Letters, Prophecies, and other productions of the Evangelists and Apostles; to which are subjoined, a few, generally brief, critical, explanatory, and practical notes. By Rodolphus Dickinson, a Presbyter of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States; and Rector of St.
Page 777 - No Union with Rome. — An Address to the Members of the Protestant Episcopal Church...