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Стр. 231 - Planting of countries is like planting of woods; for you must make account to lose almost twenty years profit, and expect your recompense in the end: for the principal thing that hath been the destruction of most plantations, hath been the base and hasty drawing of profit in the first years.
Стр. 16 - They gave me that renown. .' My right hand will be gloved, Janet, My left hand will be bare ; And these the tokens I gie thee, Nae doubt I will be there. " They'll turn me in your arms, Janet, An adder and a snake ; But had me fast, let me not pass, Gin ye wad buy me maik.
Стр. 231 - I like a plantation in a pure soil; that is, where people are not displanted to the end to plant in others ; for else it is rather an extirpation than a plantation.
Стр. 104 - the most probable supposition, after all, is that he will not write until his expectations are realized or destroyed. Natural enough, too; it is what I should have done if I had been in his place.
Стр. 16 - And next they'll shape me in your arms A tod but and an eel; But had me fast, nor let me gang, As you do love me weel. They'll shape me in your arms, Janet, A dove but and a swan, And last they'll shape me in your arms A mother-naked man; Cast your green mantle over me, I'll be myself again.
Стр. 16 - First dip me in a stand o' milk, And then in a stand o' water ; But had me fast, let me not pass — I'll be your bairn's father.
Стр. 268 - Dier dall' aratro intatte Le terre, e gli angui errar senz' ira o tosco ; Non perche nuvol fosco Non spieg6 allor suo velo, Ma in primavera eterna, Ch...
Стр. 72 - Wilkes, an ugly little man, said that he was only half an hour behind the handsomest man in England in his chance of gaining the affections of any woman.
Стр. 215 - Take even what we are pleased to call the vilest and the lowest. You may be sure they are full of small proprieties, and that they take heed of observances which we rude men scarcely notice. Then again, women take polish so easily, as Sir Arthur has already said.