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Página 180 - OH for a lodge in some vast wilderness, Some boundless contiguity of shade, Where rumour of oppression and deceit, Of unsuccessful or successful war, Might never reach me more.
Página 231 - The Swiss Family Robinson; or, the Adventures of a Father and Mother and Four Sons on a Desert Island. With Explanatory Notes and Illustrations. First and Second Series. New Edition, complete in one volume, 3s. 6d. Geography for my Children. By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe. Author of " Uncle Tom's Cabin,
Página 229 - Lives and Voyages of Drake, Cavendish, and Dampier. Including an Introductory View of the Earlier Discoveries in the South Seas, and the History of the Bucanien With Portraits.
Página 228 - THE LIFE OF MOHAMMED, Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of the Saracens.
Página 28 - And other sheep I have, which are not of this fold : them also must I bring, and they shall hear my voice ; and there shall be one fold, and one shepherd.
Página 81 - Frenchman, accommodating himself cheerfully to all the vicissitudes of life, incorporates himself, without difficulty, in our society. But, of all foreigners, none amalgamate themselves so quickly with our people as the natives of the Emerald Isle. In some of the visions which have passed through my imagination, I have supposed that Ireland was, originally, part and parcel of this continent, and that, by some extraordinary convulsion of nature, it was torn frorii America, and, drifting across the...
Página 203 - ... happy, as well as the asylum of the distressed ; fill up the measure of your population as speedily as you can, by the means which Heaven hath placed in your power : and I venture to prophesy there are those now living who will see this...
Página 81 - The same open-heartedness ; the same generous hospitality ; the same careless and uncalculating indifference about human life ; characterize the inhabitants of both countries. Kentucky has been sometimes called the Ireland of America. And I have no doubt, that if the current of emigration were reversed, and set from America upon the shores of Europe instead of bearing from Europe to America, every American emigrant to Ireland would there find, as every Irish emigrant here finds, a hearty welcome...
Página 226 - The Percy Anecdotes. Revised Edition. To which is added, a valuable Collection of American Anecdotes, original and selected. • 8vo.