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Page 274 - When I read the several dates of the tombs, of some that died yesterday, and some six hundred years ago, I consider that great day when we shall all of us be contemporaries, and make our appearance together.
Page 80 - Clouds slumbering at his feet, and the clear blue Of Summer's sky, in beauty bending o'er him, — The city bright below; and far away, Sparkling in golden light, his own romantic bay. Tall spire, and glittering roof, and battlement, And banners floating in the sunny air ; And white sails o'er the calm blue waters bent, Green isle and circling shore, are blended there, In wild reality. When life is old, And many a scene forgot, the heart will hold Its memory of this...
Page 41 - While the earth remaineth, seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night, shall not cease.
Page 79 - WEEHAWKEN ! in thy mountain scenery yet, All we adore of Nature, in her wild And frolic hour of infancy, is met ; And never has a summer's morning smiled Upon a lovelier scene, than the full eye Of the enthusiast revels on — when high, Amid thy forest solitudes, he climbs O'er crags that proudly tower above the deep, And knows that sense of danger, which sublimes The breathless moment — when his daring step Is on the verge of the cliff, and...
Page 253 - ON NATURAL PHILOSOPHY ; In which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of Young Persons.
Page 133 - The present is an endeavour to render an abridgment of the same into English, by which I expect to prove to my European friends, that the superstitious practices which deform the Hindu religion have nothing to do with the pure spirit of its dictates!
Page 488 - ... incite or stir up the people to hatred or contempt of the person of his majesty, his heirs or successors, or of the government and constitution of this realm, as by law established ; every such meeting shall be deemed and taken to be an unlawful assembly.
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Page 492 - it was not ; it was born three and twenty years and some months after me ; and, if you are satisfied to listen to a dull historian, you shall have the history of its nativity. " When I was at the Temple, a few of us formed a little debating club — poor Apjohn, and Duhigg,* and the rest of them! they have...
Page 133 - In order, therefore, to vindicate my own faith and that of our early forefathers,' I have been endeavouring, for some time past, to convince my countrymen of the true meaning of our sacred books; and to prove, that my aberration deserves not the opprobrium which some unreflecting persons have been so ready to throw upon me.