England Without and Within

Houghton Mifflin and Company, 1881 - 601 ページ

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13 ページ - The floods have lifted up, O Lord, the floods have lifted up their voice ; the floods lift up their waves. The Lord on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, yea, than the mighty waves of the sea.
550 ページ - is wife (Not to mention the 'ousemaid an' cook), To come in an' 'ands up an' be still, An' honestly work for my bread, My livin' in that state of life To which it shall please God to call Me!
576 ページ - This abundantly appears in all assemblies, except those which are filled by people of fashion, and especially among the younger people of both sexes, whose birth and fortunes place them just without the polite circles; I mean the lower class of the gentry, and the higher of the mercantile world, who are, in reality, the worst bred part of mankind.
576 ページ - ... finding him such a critic upon foreigners, I asked him if he had ever travelled. He told me he did not know what travelling was good for, but to teach a man to ride the great horse, to jabber French, and to talk against passive obedience; to which he added that he scarce ever knew a traveller in his life who had not forsook his principles and lost his hunting-seat.
405 ページ - To him that hath shall be given ; and from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.
549 ページ - To submit myself to all my governors, teachers, spiritual pastors, and masters: To order myself lowly and reverently to all my betters...
162 ページ - A wilderness ; a land of deserts, and of pits ; a land of drought and of the shadow of death; a land that no man (but a Christian) passeth through; and where no man dwelt.
370 ページ - I heard the same broad ah sound of a in transplant, past, cast, ask, and the like from three distinguished authors, one of them a lady, whom I had the pleasure of meeting in London. At the debates among the young men at the Oxford Union, I heard the same broad sound, — gra/mted, chz/iss, pafeture, and so forth. But at St. Paul's, in London, a young deacon who said, " HeaA beginneth the tenth chapta/i of the book of Kings...
326 ページ - Fanny stood, when it was overtaken by its enemies, and, being driven out of the covert, was caught, and instantly tore to pieces before Fanny's face, who was unable to assist it with any aid more powerful than pity ; nor could she prevail on Joseph, who had been himself a sportsman in his youth, to attempt anything contrary to the laws of hunting in favor of the hare, which he said was killed fairly.
162 ページ - Now, thought Christian, what shall I do? And ever and anon the flame and smoke would come out in such abundance, with sparks and hideous noises (things that cared not for Christian's sword, as did Apollyon before), that he was forced to put up his sword, and betake himself to another weapon, called All-prayer. So he cried in my hearing, "O Lord, I beseech thee, deliver my soul!