Miscellanies, Volumen2

J.W. Parker and son, 1860

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Página 358 - Let them praise the Name of the Lord : for he spake the word, and they were made ; he commanded, and they were created.
Página 304 - And he said unto the disciples, The days will come, when ye shall desire to see one of the days of the Son of man, and ye shall not see it.
Página 249 - And soon with this he other matter blended, Cheerfully uttered, with demeanour kind, But stately in the main ; and, when he ended, I could have laughed myself to scorn to find In that decrepit man so firm a mind.
Página 78 - When he prepared the heavens, I was there; when he set a compass upon the face of the depth...
Página 131 - Jest, and youthful Jollity, Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, Nods and becks and wreathed smiles, Such as hang on Hebe's cheek, And love to live in dimple sleek...
Página 193 - He that tilleth his land shall be satisfied with bread : but he that followeth vain persons is void of understanding.
Página 110 - Fletcher ; and lastly (without wrong last to be named), the right happy and copious industry of Master Shakespeare, Master Dekker, and Master Heywood...
Página 85 - The King and the Subject, and told me as he would warrant it. Monies! we'll raise supplies what way we please And force you to subscribe to blanks, in which We'll mulct you as we shall think fit. The Caesars In Rome were wise, acknowledging no laws But what their swords did ratify; the wives And daughters of the senators bowing to Their will, as deities, &c. Of this passage Sir Henry Herbert says: This is a piece taken out of Philip Massinger's play, called The King and the Subject...
Página 98 - He that is said to be able to inform young men to all good disciplines, inflame grown men to all great virtues, keep old men in their best and supreme state...
Página 140 - Did not the very lapwing, as she tumbled softly wailing, before his path, as she did years ago, seem to welcome the wanderer home in the name of heaven ? Fair Patience, too, though she was a Puritan, yet did not her cheek flush, her eye grow dim, like any other girl's, as she saw far off the...

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