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Page 453 - I have trodden the winepress alone ; and of the people there was none with me : for I will tread them in mine anger, and trample them in my fury ; and their blood shall be sprinkled upon my garments, and I will stain all my raiment. For the day of vengeance is in mine heart, and the year of my redeemed is come.
Page 405 - Boston, .shall be managed under the direction of the select men, united with the ministers of the oldest episcopalian, congregational, and presbyterian churches in that town, 'who are to let out the same upon interest at five per cent, per annum, to such young married artificers, under the age of twenty-five years, as have served an apprenticeship in the said town, and faithfully fulfilled the duties required in their indentures, so as to obtain a good moral character from at least two respectable...
Page x - What comfort by Him do we win, Who made Himself the price of sin, To make us heirs of Glory ! To see this babe, all innocence, A martyr born in our defence : Can man forget...
Page 354 - Using home-made faith more frequent; but -the parson wouldn't let us. To view the selfsame scenery time and time again he'd call us, Over rivers, plains, and mountains he would any minute haul us ; He slighted our home sorrows, and our spirits' aches and ailings, To get the cargoes ready for his reg'lar Sunday sailings.
Page 298 - And the king rose up to meet her, and bowed himself unto her, and sat down on his throne, and caused a throne to be set for the king's mother ; and she sat on his right hand. Then she said, I ask one small petition of thee ; deny me not.
Page 226 - To take measures for the improvement of the education of those who depend upon the cultivation of the soil for their support.
Page 405 - Philadelphia by kind loans of money from two friends there, which was the foundation of my fortune, and of all the utility in life that may be ascribed to me, I wish to be useful even after my death, if possible, in forming and advancing other young men, that may be serviceable to their country in both those towns.
Page ix - And as that wisdom had decreed, The Word was now made flesh indeed, And took on Him our nature. What comfort by Him do we win, Who made Himself the...
Page 255 - Day, in melting purple dying, Blossoms, all around me sighing, Fragrance, from the lilies straying, Zephyr, with my ringlets playing, Ye but waken my distress ; I am sick of loneliness. Thou, to whom I love to hearken, Come, ere night around me darken ; Though thy softness but deceive me, Say thou'rt true, and I'll believe thee; Veil, if ill, thy soul's intent,— Let me think it innocent ! Save thy toiling, spare thy treasure: All I ask is friendship's pleasure ; Let the shining...