London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., 第 33 巻

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C. Ackers, 1764

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244 ページ - But what of that, his friends may say, He had those honours in his day. True to his profit and his pride, He made them weep before he dy'd.
336 ページ - His Britannic Majesty shall cause to be demolished all the fortifications which His subjects shall have erected in the Bay of Honduras, and other places of the Territory of Spain in that part of the world...
498 ページ - Mirowitz having wounded and arrefted the governor, led on his troop with fury, and attacked, with firearms, the handful of foldiers that guarded prince Ivan. But he was fo warmly received by thofe foldiers under the command of the two officers mentioned above, that he was obliged to retire. By a particular direction of that Providence that watches over the life of man, there was that night a thick mift, which, together with the inward form and fituation of the fortrefs, had this happy effect, that...
136 ページ - mid the varied landscape weep. But thou, who own'st that earthy bed, Ah what will every dirge avail ; Or tears, which love and pity shed, That mourn beneath the gliding sail...
161 ページ - Stanley, in a speech of great length, moved that leave be given to bring in a Bill for the...
506 ページ - We then, for the space of about a quarter of an hour, saw the body of the sun, which appeared as red as blood, and more than three times as large as usual. The air all this time, which was very dense, was of a dirty yellowish green colour.
421 ページ - To replace to the finking fund the like fum paid out of -the fame, to make good the deficiency on the...
241 ページ - Adieu foft raptures ! tranfports void of care ! Parent of raptures, dear deceit, adieu! And you, her daughters, pining with defpair, Why, why fo foon her fleeting fteps...
512 ページ - The length of the peacock, from the tip of the bill to the end of the tail', is about three feet eight inches.
174 ページ - Concerning scenes, the more uncommon they appear, the better, provided they form a picture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The shape of ground, the site of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province.

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