A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ... Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation in the World, Particularly the British and Irish ...

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The Proprietors, 1795
 

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Seite 374 - He enjoyed an uncommon share of health, insomuch that in the course of his long life he never was confined more than three days to his bed. He often declared that he had no idea of that most distressing pain called the headach.
Seite 164 - I renounce and refuse, as things written with my hand, contrary to the truth which I thought in my heart, and written for fear of death, and to save my life, if it might be...
Seite 11 - Clive was complimented by his friends on his behaviour on this occasion, he made the following remark : " The man has given me my life, and I have no right in future to mention his behaviour at the card-table; although I will never pay him, nor ever keep him company.
Seite 63 - By degrees I gained his confidence ; and one day was admitted to him when he was immured by a bailiff, that was prowling in the street. On this occasion recourse was had to the booksellers, who, on the credit of a translation of Aristotle's Poetics...
Seite 277 - The original Power of the Collective Body of the People of England examined and asserted...
Seite 386 - Cheapside, and to be left there till further orders. In the mean time the Abbey was lighted up, the ground opened, the choir attending, and the bishop waiting some hours to no purpose for the corpse.
Seite 127 - Corneille, whofe brother he was. He was a member of the French academy, and of the academy of Infcriptions. He difcovered, when he was young, a...
Seite 71 - Common-prayer:" as, i. A Scholaftical Hiftory of the primitive and general Ufe of Liturgies in the Chriftian Church ; together with an Anfwer to Mr. David Clarkfon's late Difcourfe concerning Liturgies, 1690; dedicated to king William and queen Mary. 2. A Companion to the Temple; or, A Help to Devotion in the Ufe of the...
Seite 141 - 'The Argument made by the Command of the Houfe of Commons, out of the Acts of Parliament and Authority of Law expounding the fame, at a Conference with the Lords, concerning the Liberty of the Perfon of every Freeman." 4. " A Brief Difcourfe concerning the Power of the Peers and Commons of Parliament in point of Judicature.
Seite 262 - A Poem expreffing the Antiquity and Excellency of Dancing, in a Dialogue between Penelope and one of her Wooers ;

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