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Page 526 - Report of the Lords' Committees on the Dignity of a Peer of the Realm.
Page 505 - I will acquaint you, that during the time of my trance I was in great quiet, but in a place I could neither distinguish nor describe ; but the sense of leaving my girl, who is dearer to me than all my children, remained a trouble upon my spirits. Suddenly I saw two by me...
Page 84 - They certainly cut not a bad figure at a distance, as their helmets were ornamented with black and white ostrich feathers, and the sides of the helmets with pieces of tin, which glittered in the sun, their long quilted cloaks of gaudy 'colours reaching over part of the horses' tails, and hanging over the flanks.
Page 48 - A Treatise on Cobbett's Corn, containing Instructions for Propagating and Cultivating the Plant, and for Harvesting and Preserving the Crop ; and also an Account of the several Uses to which the Produce is applied, with Minute Directions relative to each Mode of Application.
Page 185 - There is, as in philosophy, so in divinity, sturdy doubts, and boisterous objections, wherewith the unhappiness of our knowledge too nearly acquainteth us. More of these no man hath known than myself ; which I confess I conquered not in a martial posture, but on my knees.
Page 507 - What wouldst thou have, my life ?" I told him, 1 heard the prince had received a packet from the queen, and I guessed it was that in his hand, and I desired to know what was in it ; he smilingly replied, " My love, I will immediately come to thee, pray thee go, for I am very busy:" when he came out of his closet I revived my suit; he kissed me, and talked of other things.
Page 505 - I wild to that degree, that the hours of my beloved recreation took up too much of my time ; for I loved riding, in the first place ; running, and all active pastimes ; in short, I was that which we graver people call a hoyting girl...
Page 188 - From all sedition, privy conspiracy, and rebellion ; from all false doctrine, heresy, and schism; from hardness of heart, and contempt of Thy Word and Commandment, Good Lord, deliver us...
Page 510 - Turkish galley well manned, and we believed we should be all carried away slaves, for this man had so laden his ship with goods for Spain, that his guns were useless, though the ship earned sixty guns. He called for brandy ; and after he had well drunken, and all his men, which were near two hundred, he called for arms and cleared the deck as well as he could, resolving to fight rather than lose his ship, which was worth thirty thousand pounds.