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Seite 374 - Is there, in human form, that bears a heart — A wretch ! a villain ! lost to love and truth ! That can, with studied, sly, ensnaring art, Betray sweet Jenny's unsuspecting youth? Curse on his perjur'd arts ! dissembling smooth ! Are honour, virtue, conscience, all exil'd?
Seite 41 - ... for the voyage. Contributions for this purpofe will be received by Citizen Vallaton, who has generoufly undertaken the conduct of the important enterprize. As it is probable that many philofophers may not be provided with fpecie, from fuch as have it not in their power to contribute their quota in cafh, any fort of goods will be received that . can * See Godwin's Enquirer.
Seite 169 - With wifhes rais'd, with jealoufies oppreft, (Alternate tyrants of the human breaft) By one great trial he refolves to prove The faith of woman, and the force of love.
Seite 40 - Does any female citizen groan under the flavifh and unnatural yoke of parental authority, or wifh to fhake off the chains of the odious and immoral inftitution, to which fo much of the depravity of the world may be traced ? Let her embrace the opportunity that is now offered, to obtain the glorious boon of liberty : let her haften to become a member of that fociety, where her virtues will be duly honoured, and her energies expand in the wide field of univerfal utility. " Is any philofopher thoroughly...
Seite 398 - Th' animal fpirits that from pure blood arife 805 Like gentle breaths from rivers pure, thence raife At leaft diftemper'd, difcontented thoughts, Vain hopes, vain aims, inordinate defires, Blown up with high conceits ingendring pride. Him thus intent Ithuriel with his fpear 810 Touch'd lightly ; for no falfhood can indure Touch of celeftial temper, but returns Of force to its own likenefs : up he ftarts Difcover'd and furpris'd.
Seite 39 - ... impofed by religion, and laws, and notions of government, will meet him in every direction, and purfue him to the fartheft corner of the world? Let him rejoice to learn, that there is yet a refuge for philofophy ; that there is now a region where the whole of our glorious fyftem IB practifed in its full extent.
Seite 94 - Sydney after the death of her mother, fhc mewed me a letter fhe had juft received from Henry. The fentiments were fo tender, fo delicate, fo affectionate, I perceived in every word the traces of a mind formed for the pure delightful congeniality of mutual tendernefs. A thoufand inftances of his particular attention to me, the laft time he was at home, rufhed upon my mind. In going out to walk with his...
Seite 403 - Pain, fkknefs, and anguifh, will not then be your harveft;' nor will you then, as now, ' rejoice to hear that they have fallen on any of your acquaintance.
Seite 41 - ... be raifed to freight a fhip, and lay in requifites for the voyage. Contributions for this purpofe will be received by Citizen Vallaton, who has generoufly undertaken the conduct of the important enterprize. As it is probable that many philofophers...