John Francis, Publisher of the Athenæum: A Literary Chronicle of Half a Century, Band 1

R. Bentley & son, 1888

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Seite 528 - God of his great mercy to take unto himself the soul of our dear brother here departed, we therefore commit his body to the ground, earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust...
Seite 426 - Then are they glad, because they are at rest; and so he bringeth them unto the haven where they would be. 31 O that men would therefore praise the Lord for his goodness; and declare the wonders that he doeth for the children of men!
Seite 481 - Account of an assemblage of fossil teeth and bones of elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus, bear, tiger, and hyaena and sixteen other animals : discovered in a cave at Kirkdale, Yorkshire, in the year 1821 : with a comparative view of five similar caverns in various parts of England, and others on the Continent.
Seite 413 - Walter himself, the chief ornament and delight at all those simple meetings — she to whose love I owed my own place in them — Scott's eldest daughter, the one of all his children who in countenance, mind, and manners, most resembled himself, and who indeed was as like him in all things as a gentle innocent woman can ever be to a great man deeply tried and skilled in the struggles and perplexities of active life — she, too, is no more.
Seite 180 - I was yesterday with George Walsh and Mansfield over the cholera districts of Bermondsey ; and, oh, God ! what I saw ! people having no water to drink — hundreds of them — but the water of the common sewer which stagnated full of ... dead fish, cats and dogs, under their windows.
Seite 60 - And fill with happier love than earth's, That tender heart of thine ! That when the thrones of earth shall be As low as graves brought down, A pierced Hand may give to thee The crown which angels shout to see!
Seite 128 - This day I began to sit, and he will make me, I think, a very fine picture. He promises it shall be as good as my wife's, and I sit to have it full of shadows, and do almost break my neck looking over my shoulder to make the posture for him to work by.
Seite 147 - Do you know,' said Mr. Marshall to me, 'I positively debated within myself two or three times whether I should take the trouble to bend my back to pick up one of the pieces, and had decided on not doing so, when further on, another glittering morsel caught my eye — the largest of the pieces now before you. I condescended to pick it up, and to my astonishment found it was a thin scale of what appears to be pure gold.
Seite 59 - O MAIDEN ! heir of kings ! A king has left his place ! The majesty of Death has swept All other from his face ! And thou upon thy mother's breast No longer lean adown, But take the glory for the rest, And rule the land that loves thee best...
Seite 532 - Tis like the birthday of the world, When earth was born in bloom ; The light is made of many dyes, The air is all perfume ; There's crimson buds, and white and blue — The very rainbow show'rs Have turned to blossoms where they fell, And sown the earth with flowers.

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