The Literary Panorama and National Register

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C. Taylor, 1817
 

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Página 989 - Sweet," said the Angel, as she gave The gift into his radiant hand, " Sweet is our welcome of the brave Who die thus for their native land ; But see, alas ! the crystal bar Of Eden moves not — holier far Than ev'n this drop the boon must be, That opes the Gates of Heaven for thee...
Página 23 - Proud names, who once the reins of empire held ; ' In arms who triumph'd, or in arts excell'd ; Chiefs, graced with scars and prodigal of blood ; Stern patriots, who for sacred freedom stood ; Just men, by whom impartial laws were given ; And saints who taught and led the way to heaven.
Página 975 - He sendeth out his word, and melteth them : He causeth his wind to blow, and the waters flow.
Página 171 - Nos. 2 and 3 ;) for it is evident, from experience, that the holy scriptures, when circulated in the vulgar tongue, have, through the temerity of men, produced more harm than benefit...
Página 975 - For he hath strengthened the bars of thy gates; he hath blessed thy children within thee.
Página 253 - Journal; and the Pamphleteer; together with the Defence of Public Schools, by the late Dean of Westminster.
Página 99 - Private Memoirs, which, with the Work of M. Hue, and the Journal of Clery, complete the History of the Captivity of the Royal Family of France in the Temple.
Página 133 - Rhine, it exacted what was contrary to the propositions of Frankfort, and the proclamations of the allied powers — what was contrary to the oath, by which, at his coronation, the emperor swore to maintain the integrity of the empire. The emperor, besides, thought that these natural limits were necessary, both for the security of France, and to preserve the equilibrium of Europe ; he thought that the French nation, in the situation in which it was, ought rather to run the hazard of all the chances...
Página 609 - ... depth, and penetrate a considerable way into the mound. The summit is covered with heaps of rubbish, in digging into some of which, layers of broken burnt brick, cemented with mortar, are discovered, and whole bricks with inscriptions on them are here and there found; the whole is covered with innumerable fragments of pottery, brick, bitumen, pebbles, vitrified brick or scoria, and even shells, bits of glass, and mother of pearl.
Página 117 - India; with particular reference to their separation into casts, the influence of their civil policy and domestic superintendence, their idolatry and religious ceremonies, and the various singularities of customs, habits, and observances, which distinguish them from all other nations; taken from a diligent observation and study of the people, during a residence of many years amongst their various tribes, in unrestrained intercourse and conformity with their habits and manner of life.

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