The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 22
The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.
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Seite 179 - See, a long race thy spacious courts adorn ; See future sons, and daughters yet unborn, In crowding ranks on every side arise, Demanding life impatient for the skies ! See barbarous nations at thy gates attend, Walk in thy light, and in thy temple bend...
Seite 196 - I resolved to take one trusty fellow with us, and with troopers' habits to go to the Inn in Holborn ; which accordingly we did, and set our man at the gate of the Inn where the wicket only was open, to let people in and out. Our man was to give us notice when...
Seite 459 - Happy the man - and happy he alone He who can call today his own, He who, secure within, can say 'Tomorrow, do thy worst, for I have...
Seite 162 - I have known it in my young age much more wealthy, prosperous, and richer than it is at this day ; and the cause is, that there is almost none that intendeth to the common weal, but only every man for his singular profit.
Seite 156 - Never here : You cannot be mistaken : I am yours, Your Oroonoko, all that you would have, Your tender loving husband. Imo. All indeed That I would have : my husband ! then I am Alive, and waking to the joys I feel : They were so great, I could not think 'em true; But I believe all that you say to me : For truth itself and everlasting love Grows in this breast, and pleasure in these arms.
Seite 157 - em, from my stern resolve. Husband, and Father! All the melting Art Of Eloquence lives in those softning Names. Methinks I see the Babe, with Infant Hands, Pleading for Life, and begging to be born: Shall I forbid his Birth?
Seite 169 - Of these he counterfeited the appearance so well, that he grew into great credit, married into a good family, and, by laying out his hidden...
Seite 163 - ... holde fro this day forwarde for better : for wors : for richere : for poorer : in sykenesse and in hele : tyl dethe vs departe if holy chyrche it woll ordeyne, and therto I plight the my trouthe.
Seite 251 - Cornwall ; and his temper and affections so public, that no accident which happened could make any impressions in him ; and his example kept others from taking any thing ill, or at least seeming to do so. In a word, a brighter courage, and a gentler disposition, were never married together to make the most cheerful and innocent...
Seite 169 - ... me, in the moft public and folemn manner, for fo aggravated a parricide. — Therefore, in the prefence of the all-feeing God, the great witnefs and judge of my crime, and before this whole aflembly, who have been the witnefles of my hypocrify, I plead guilty, and require fcntence may be paffed againft me as a moft notorious malefactor.