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Page 340 - I have not leisure to write much. But I could chide thee that in many of thy Letters thou writest to me, That I should not be unmindful of thee and thy little ones. Truly, if I love you not too well, I think I err not on the other hand much. Thou art dearer to me than any creature; let that suffice.
Page 460 - Substance of a Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Pelham, on the State of Mendicity in the Metropolis.
Page 58 - Bibliographical Dictionary, containing a Chronological Account, alphabetically arranged, of the most curious, scarce, useful, and important books, in all Departments of Literature, which have been published in Latin, Greek, Coptic, Hebrew, Samaritan, Syriac, Chaldee, Ethiopic, Arabic, Persian, Armenian, &c, from the Infancy of Printing to the beginning of the nineteenth century.
Page 459 - Sir Tristrem ; a Metrical Romance of The Thirteenth Century ; by Thomas of Ercildoune, called The Rhymer.
Page 39 - far be it from me to countenance anything contrary to your established laws; but I have set an acorn, which when it becomes an oak, God alone knows what will be the fruit thereof.
Page 347 - The natural proofs of a future state appear to be so much invalidated by the rejection of a separate principle, the seat of thought, which may escape from the perishing body to which it is temporarily united, that he seemed to have been employed in demolishing one of the great pillars upon which religion is founded. It is enough here to observe, that in Dr Priestley's mind, the deficiency of these natural proofs only operated as an additional argument in favour of revelation ; the necessity of which,...
Page 39 - Boldly I preach, hate a cross, hate a surplice, Mitres, copes, and rochets ; Come hear me pray nine times a day, And fill your heads with crotchets.
Page 350 - On Monday morning, the 6th of February, on being asked how he did, he answered, in a faint voice, that he had no pain; but appeared fainting away gradually. About eight o'clock he desired to have three pamphlets, which had been looked out by his directions the evening before.
Page 355 - VOLNEY'S View of the Climate and Soil of the United States of America, with some Accounts of Florida, the Indians, and Vocabulary of the Miama tribe.
Page 160 - Life of Geoffrey Chaucer, the Early English Poet: including Memoirs of his Near Friend and Kinsman, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster: with Sketches' of the Manners, Opinions, Arts and Literature of England in the Fourteenth Century.