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Стр. 933 - That very law* which moulds a tear, And bids it trickle from its source, That law preserves the earth a sphere, And guides the planets in their course.
Стр. 752 - In such a season, when the sun was scarcely high enough to have dried up the dews of Kensington's green alleys, as I passed along the broad central walk, I saw a group on the lawn before the palace, which, to my mind, was a vision of exquisite loveliness. The Duchess of Kent and her daughter, whose years then numbered nine, are breakfasting in the open air — a single page attending on them at a respectful distance, the matron looking on with eyes of love, whilst the ' fair, soft English face
Стр. 780 - Crumbs of Comfort for the Chickens of the Covenant. A Quaker, whose outward man the powers that were thought proper to imprison, published A Sigh of Sorrow for the Sinners of Zion, breathed out of a Hole in the Wall of an Earthly Vessel^ known among Men ~by the Name of Samuel Fish.
Стр. 608 - THE RULE OF THE ROAD. The rule of the road, is a paradox quite Both in riding and driving along ; If you go to the left you are sure to go right, If you go to the right you go wrong...
Стр. 608 - If to your starboard RED appear, It is your duty to keep clear ; To act as judgment says is proper ; To Port — or Starboard — Back — or, Stop her ! But when upon your Port is seen A Steamer's Starboard Light of GREEN, There's not so much for you to do, For GREEN to Port keeps clear of you.
Стр. 608 - First William the Norman, Then William his son ; Henry, Stephen, and Henry, . Then Richard and John ; Next Henry the third, Edwards one, two. and three, And again after Richard Three Henrys we see.
Стр. 722 - Majesty," said he. His fingers shivered in Nick's. " Now that is right prettily asked," she cried, and was well pleased. " Thou shall indeed stay for a singing page in our household — a voice and a face like thine are merry things upon a rainy Monday. And thou, Master Lark...
Стр. 904 - Hey, laddie, hark to the merry, merry lark ! How high he singeth clear : ' Oh, a morn in spring is the sweetest thing That cometh in all the year ! Oh, a morn in spring is the sweetest thing That cometh in all the year...
Стр. 996 - An infant crying in the night, An infant crying for the light. And with no language hut a cry.