Strada, in one of his Prolusions,* gives an account of a chimerical correspondence between two friends by the help of a certain loadstone, which had such virtue in it, that if it touched two several needles, when one of the needles so touched began to... The British Essayists: The Spectator - Seite 203von Alexander Chalmers - 1802Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| British essayists - 1802
...its votaries. This was, at the return of such an hour, to offer up a certain prayer for each other, **Strada, in one of his Prolusions *, gives an account...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possassed of one of these needles,... | |
| 1803
...joined religion to that elegance of sentiments with which the passion of love generally inspires it's **votaries. This was, at the return of such an hour,...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends, being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| 1803
...votaries. This was, at the return of such an hour, to offer up a certain prayer for each other, which thev **had agreed upon before their parting. The husband,...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...shall take notice of one which I have known two persons practise, who joined religion to that elegance **Strada, in one of his Prolusions*, gives an account...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one these needles, made... | |
| 1810
...supported an absence of three years without this expedient. Strada, in one of his prolusions (Pro. 6.), **gives an account of a chimerical correspondence between...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends, being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| Spectator The - 1811
...told me, that he could not have supported an absence of three years without this expedient. Sir. lib, **in one of his Prolusions *, gives an account of a...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same; manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| British essayists - 1819
...employed in the same kind of contemplation, and making equal returns of tenderness and aftection. If I **may be allowed to mention a more serious expedient...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| 1822 - 771 Seiten
...told me, that he could not have supported an absence of three years without this expedient. Stradn, **in one of his Prolusions,* gives an account of a chimerical...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| British essayists - 1823
...employed in the same kind of contemplation, and making equal returns of tenderness and affection. If I **may be allowed to mention a more serious expedient...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends, being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
| Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823
...may be allowed to mention a more serious expedient for the alleviating of absence, I shall take IX. T **Strada, in one of his Prolusions*, gives an account...great a distance, moved at the same time, and in the** same manner. He tells us, that the two friends being each of them possessed of one of these needles,... | |
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