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Page 117 - PENSION [an allowance made to any one without an equivalent. In England it is generally understood to mean pay given to a state hireling for treason to his country'].
Page 54 - ... of English literature cannot be disconnected from the lively Celtic wit in which it has one of its sources. The Celts do not form an utterly distinct part of our mixed population. But for early, frequent, and various contact with the race that in its halfbarbarous days invented Ossian's dialogues with St. Patrick, and that quickened afterwards the Northmen's blood in France, Germanic England would not have produced a Shakspeare.
Page 40 - And met its barks and billows high, But not what thou hast lost." Ye clouds, that gorgeously repose Around the setting sun, Answer ! have ye a home for those Whose earthly race is run ? The bright clouds answer'd — " We depart, We vanish from the sky ; Ask what is deathless in thy heart, For that which cannot die.
Page 17 - When a naturalist goes from one country into another, his first inquiry is for local collections. He is anxious to see authentic and full cabinets of the productions of the region he is visiting.
Page 40 - We depart, We vanish from the sky ; Ask what is deathless in thy heart, For that which cannot die." Speak, then, thou voice of God within, Thou of the deep low tone ! Answer me, through life's restless din — Where is the spirit flown ? And the voice answered—" Be thou still ! Enough to know is given ! Clouds, winds, and stars their part fulfil — Thine is, to trust in Heaven.
Page xxvii - Each member shall pay in advance to the Treasurer the annual sum of one guinea. If any member's subscription shall be in arrear for two years, and he shall neglect to pay his subscription after...
Page 96 - The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of St. Asaph The Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Worcester The Hon.
Page 117 - I'll change my note soon, and I hope for the better; May the right use of letters, as well as of men, Hereafter be fixed for the tongue and the pen; Most devoutly I wish they may both have their due, And that I may be never mistaken for U.
Page 136 - Fardd, who hath discovered some old MSS lately that no body of this age or the last ever as much as dreamed of. And this discovery is to him and me as great as that of America by Columbus. We have found an epic Poem in the British called Gododin, equal at least to the Iliad, Aeneid or Paradise Lost. Tudfwlch and Marchlew are heroes fiercer than Achilles and Satan.