The Life of Edward Lord Herbert, of Cherbury

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Saunders and Otley, 1826 - 360 עמודים
 

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עמוד 305 - I had no sooner spoken these words but a loud though yet gentle noise came from the heavens, for it was like nothing on earth, which did so comfort and cheer me that I took my petition as granted, and that I had the sign I demanded, whereupon also I resolved to print my book.
עמוד 348 - ... told Shall with us everlasting be. For if no use of sense remain When bodies once this life forsake, Or they could no delight partake, Why should they ever rise again?
עמוד 347 - O no, belov'd ! I am most sure Those virtuous habits we acquire, As being with the soul entire, Must with it evermore endure. " Else should our souls in vain elect; And vainer yet were heaven's laws, When to an everlasting cause They gave a perishing effect.
עמוד 30 - ... less press and afflict me than her, so I hope my soul shall pass to a better life than this without being sensible of the anguish and pains my body shall feel in death. For as I believe...
עמוד 293 - Marquis of Buckingham, and consequently might divulge it, which was thought not to stand with the prince's safety, who endeavoured to keep his journey as secret as possible ; howbeit, the prince spent the day following his arrival in seeing the French court, and city of Paris, without that any body did know his person, but a maid that had sold linen heretofore in London, who seeing him pass by, said, certainly this is the Prince of Wales...
עמוד 116 - Montmorencies, to ease the river of this labour, made divers channels through this rock to give it a free passage, dividing the rock by that means into little islands, upon which he built a great strong castle, joined together with bridges, and sumptuously furnished with hangings of silk and gold, rare pictures, and statues ; all which buildings, united as I formerly told, were encompassed about with water, which was paved with stone (those which were used in the building of the house were drawn...
עמוד 159 - ... a stab with his dagger on my right side, which ran down my ribs as far as my hip, which I feeling, did with my right elbow force his hand, together with the hilt of the dagger, so near the upper part of my right side, that I made him leave hold. The dagger now sticking in me, Sir Henry...
עמוד 103 - I pray get my riband from that gentleman; hereupon going towards him, I courteously, with my hat in my hand, desired him to do me the honour, that I may deliver the lady her riband or bouquet again; but he roughly answering me, Do you think I will give it you, when I have refused it to her? I replied, Nay then, sir, I will make you restore it by force...
עמוד 352 - EDWARD HERBERT.' If men get name for some one virtue ; then, What man art thou, that art so many men, All-virtuous Herbert ! on whose every part Truth might spend all her voice, Fame all her art ? Whether thy learning they would take, or wit, Or valour, or thy judgment seasoning it, Thy standing upright to thyself, thy ends Like straight, thy piety to God, and friends : Their...

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