The Court magazine and belle assemblée [afterw.] and monthly critic and the Lady's magazine and museum, Band 23

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Seite 4 - From plundered labour's store. A hand to do, a head to plan, A heart to feel and dare — Tell man's worst foes, here lies the man Who drew them as they are.
Seite 37 - Seeing now, dearly beloved brethren, that this child is regenerate, and grafted into the body of Christ's church ; let us give thanks unto Almighty God for these benefits ; and with one accord make our prayers unto Him, that this child may lead the rest of his life according to this beginning.
Seite 178 - ... a character of a highly virtuous and lofty stamp, is degraded rather than exalted by an attempt to reward virtue with temporal prosperity. Such is not the recompense which Providence has deemed worthy of suffering merit ; and it is a dangerous and fatal doctrine to teach young persons, the most common readers of romance, that rectitude of conduct and of principle are either naturally allied with, or adequately rewarded by, the gratification of our passions, or attainment of our wishes.
Seite 26 - BY The ARCHBISHOP of CANTERBURY. The ARCHBISHOP of YORK. The BISHOP of LONDON. The BISHOP of WINCHESTER.
Seite 10 - My Lord, here I protest to God, and as I shall answer to Him at the great day of judgment, this is your son, and no other man's son ! And I am desirous that all here, with ladies and others, bear witness ; for he is so much your own son, that I fear it will be the worse for him hereafter ! " Then she spoke to Sir William Stanley.
Seite 39 - And all Priests and Deacons are to say daily the Morning and Evening Prayer, either privately or openly, not being let by sickness or some other urgent cause.
Seite 39 - And the curate that ministereth in every parish church or chapel, being at home and not being otherwise reasonably hindered, shall say the same in the parish church or chapel where he ministereth, and shall cause a bell to be tolled thereunto a convenient time before he begin, that the people may come to hear God's Word and to pray with him.
Seite 3 - A POET'S EPITAPH. Stop, Mortal ! Here thy brother lies, The Poet of- the Poor. His books were rivers, woods, and skies, The meadow, and the moor ; His teachers were the torn hearts...
Seite 6 - His countenance is manly and expressive, bearing the effects of the severities he has encountered ; the mustachios on his upper lip are exceedingly prominent. The drivers, as directed, made first for Carlton-house. No sooner were the stable gates opened than there was a general rush in of the horsemen and the public at large. All restraint upon them was...
Seite 3 - Stop, Mortal ! Here thy brother lies, The Poet of the poor : His books were rivers, woods, and skies, The meadow and the moor ; His teachers were the torn heart's wail, The tyrant and the slave, The street, the factory, the jail, The palace — and the grave.

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