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443 ページ - A righteous man regardeth the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.
488 ページ - Liffey, which had a romantic effect, and there was a small cascade that murmured at some distance. In this sequestered spot, according to the old gardener's account, the dean and Vanessa used often to sit, with books and writing materials on the table before them.
277 ページ - than I can say. I never remember any weather that was not too hot or too cold, too wet or too dry; but, however God Almighty contrives it, at the end of the year 'tis all very well.
386 ページ - No one venerates the peerage more than I do ; but, my lords, I must say that the peerage solicited me, — not I the peerage.
446 ページ - And all the spoil of these cities, and the cattle, the children of Israel took for a prey unto themselves; but every man they smote with the edge of the sword, until they had destroyed them, neither left they any to breathe.
333 ページ - I am bowed with the weight of years; I would I were stretched in my bed of clay, With my long-lost youth's compeers! For back to the Past, though the thought brings woe, My memory ever glides — To the old, old time, long, long ago, The Time of the Barmecides!
224 ページ - From this year will I reckon the sin of Ireland, that those whom you now embrace shall be your ruin, and you shall bear their iniquity.
488 ページ - ... a boy. He remembered the unfortunate Vanessa well, and his account of her corresponded with the usual description of her person, especially as to her embonpoint. He said she went seldom abroad, and saw little company ; her constant amusement was reading, or walking in the garden.