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Page 214 - Council, with numbers of other principal gentlemen of quality, with the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and citizens of London, do now hereby, with one voice and consent of tongue and heart, publish and proclaim, that the high and mighty Prince...
Page 249 - But the righteous live for evermore ; their reward also is with the Lord, and the care of them is with the most High. Therefore shall they receive a glorious kingdom, and a beautiful crown from the Lord's hand : for with his right hand shall he cover them, and with his arm shall he protect them.
Page 147 - I know my body's of so frail a kind As force without, fevers within, can kill; I know the heavenly nature of my mind, But 'tis corrupted both in wit and will; I know my soul hath power to know all things, Yet is she blind and ignorant in all; I know I am one of nature's little kings, Yet to the least and vilest things am thrall. I...
Page 249 - And in the time of their visitation they shall shine, and run to and fro like sparks among the stubble. They shall judge the nations, and have dominion over the people, and their Lord shall reign for ever.
Page 333 - ... in (with his head above water) longer than half a minute, if the water be very cold; after this he must go in three times a week for a fortnight longer.
Page 147 - There, plung'd amid the shadows brown, Imagination lays him down; Attentive, in his airy mood, To every murmur of the wood : The bee in yonder flowery nook ; The chidings of the headlong brook ; The green leaf shivering in the gale ; The warbling hill, the lowing vale; The distant woodman's echoing stroke ; The thunder of the falling oak, From thought to thought in vision led, He holds high converse with the dead ; Sages, or poets.
Page 250 - Majesty, nor yet from any want of due tenderness to dissenters, in relation to whom they are willing to come to such a temper as shall...
Page 147 - ... to men : Lo! Socrates, the Sent of Heaven, To whom its moral will was given. Fathers and friends of human kind! They form'd the nations, 'or refin'd, With all that mends the head and heart, Enlightening truth, adorning art.
Page 256 - But, pleased with none, doth rise and soar away : So when the soul finds here no true content, And, like Noah's dove, can no sure footing take, She doth...
Page 96 - And ftores the pond with carp and tench.— But ah ! too foon his thoughtlefs breaft By cares domeftic is oppreft ; And a third butcher's bill, and brewing, Threaten inevitable ruin : For children frefh expences yet, And Dicky now for fchool is fit. " Why did I fell my college life " (He cries) for benefice and wife ? " Return, ye days ! when endlefs pleafure " I found in reading, or in leifure ! " When calm around the common room