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Pagina 92 - Be taught, O faithful Consort, to control Rebellious passion ; for the Gods approve The depth, and not the tumult, of the soul ; A fervent, not ungovernable, love.
Pagina 208 - But this beauty of Nature which is seen and felt as beauty, is the least part. The shows of day, the dewy morning, the rainbow, mountains, orchards in blossom, stars, moonlight, shadows in still water, and the like, if too eagerly hunted, become shows merely, and mock us with their unreality.
Pagina 282 - Gregory of Nazianzum. A Contribution to the Ecclesiastical History of the Fourth Century. Translated by GV Cox, MA 6s.
Pagina 278 - The Merchant and the Friar; or, Truths and Fictions of the Middle Ages. By Sir F.
Pagina 282 - CHARICLES ; a Tale illustrative of Private Life among the Ancient Greeks : with Notes and Excursuses. New Edition. Post Svo.
Pagina 85 - is like a millstone in a mill : when you put wheat under it, it turns, and grinds, and bruises the wheat to flour ; if you put no wheat it still grinds on, but then it is itself it grinds and wears away.
Pagina 281 - Labaume's History of Napoleon's Invasion of Russia. 2s. 6d. Historical Sketch of the British Army. By GR GLEIG, MA, ChaplainGeneral to the Forces. 3s. 6d. Family History of England. By the same Author.
Pagina 76 - It was necessary to stay some time (for we travelled vetturino fashion) at the little post-house, and I walked on, promising to be in the way whenever the vehicle should overtake me. The road led through a wood, chiefly of pines, varied, however, occasionally by other trees. Into this wood I strayed. There was that almost indescribably soothing noise (the Romans would have used the word " susurrus"), the aggregate of many gentle movements of gentle creatures. The birds hopped but a few paces off,...
Pagina 283 - Poets may be found in the fact, that no such publication exists. The only Collections we possess consist of naked and frequently imperfect Texts, put forth without sufficient literary supervision. Independently of other defects, these voluminous Collections are incomplete as a whole, from their omissions of many Poets -whose works are of the highest interest, while the total absence of critical and illustrative Notes renders them comparatively worthless to the Student of our National Literature....