The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volumen79

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Pages 109ff. and 193ff. paraphrase the first edition of Keate's narrative!

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Página 10 - Under the opening eyelids of the morn, We drove a-field, and both together heard What time the gray-fly winds her sultry horn...
Página 225 - The belief of the Catholics was corrupted by new legends, their practice by new superstitions; and the establishment of the inquisition, the mendicant orders of monks and friars, the last abuse of indulgences, and the final progress of idolatry, flowed from the baleful fountain of the holy war. The active spirit of the Latins preyed on the vitals of their reason and religion ; and if the ninth and tenth centuries were the times of darkness, the thirteenth and fourteenth were the age of absurdity...
Página 174 - Delightful task! to rear the tender thought, To teach the young idea how to shoot...
Página 231 - Medicis was the father of a line of princes, whose name and age are almost synonymous with the restoration of learning: his credit was ennobled into fame; his riches were dedicated to the service of mankind ; he corresponded at once with Cairo and London : and a cargo of Indian spices and Greek books was often imported in the same vessel.
Página 371 - Ways and Means ; or a Trip to Dover. A Comedy, in Three Ads, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Haymarfcet.
Página 347 - Oxford, four years from 1642, ' that at Oxford, and, I believe, at Cambridge, the rod was frequently used by the tutors and deans : and Dr. Potter, while a tutor of Trinity college, I knew right well, whipt his pupil with his sword by his side, when he came to take his leave of him to go to the inns of court.
Página 254 - God. Say, God is one God ; the eternal God; he begetteth not, neither is he begotten : and there is not any one like unto him.
Página 100 - But he has done his robberies so openly, that one may see he fears not to be taxed by any law. He invades authors like a monarch ; and what would be theft in other poets, is only victory in him.
Página 124 - A being of the nature of man, endowed with the same faculties, but with a longer measure of existence, would cast down a smile of pity and contempt on the crimes and follies of human ambition, so eager, in a narrow span, to grasp at a precarious and short-lived enjoyment.
Página 119 - King, whofe name was Abba Thulle, embraced one another. The Captain then related the nature of their misfortune to Abba Thulle, by means of the two Malays, and repeated his requeft to be permitted to build a...

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