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Seite 152 - In witness whereof the master or purser of the said ship hath affirmed to three bills of lading...
Seite 186 - Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily thou shalt be fed.
Seite 393 - Church under their inspection, did, upon mature deliberation with their clergy, unanimously agree to comply with and submit to the present Government of this kingdom, as vested in the person of his Majesty King George the Third. They also resolved to testify this compliance by uniformly praying for him by name in their public worship, in hopes of removing all suspicion of disaffection, and of obtaining relief from those penal laws under which this Church has so long suffered.
Seite 394 - For obtaining of this desirable end, they therefore appoint their clergy to make public notification to their respective congregations, upon the eighteenth day of May next, that upon the following Lord's day, nominal prayers for the King are to be authoritatively introduced, and afterwards to continue in the religious assemblies of this Episcopal Church...
Seite 159 - And does ten thousand other things ; Allow a line, nay, but a comma, To each, turgeret hoc diploma; Quare ; ut tandem concludamus, Qui brevitatem approbamus, (For brevity is always good, Providing we be understood). In rerum omnium naturis, Non minus quam scientia juris Et...
Seite 8 - ... hours, we found it impossible to keep them from low or bad company, if they were so disposed. But they are on a very different footing since they lived within the college : we need but look out at our windows to see when they rise and when they go to bed. They are seen nine or ten times throughout the day statedly by one or other of the masters — at publick prayers, school hours, meals, and in their rooms ; besides occasional visits, which we can make with little trouble to ourselves.
Seite 271 - ... committed prisoner to the tolbooth, upon . a suspicion of her being a witch, she was well guarded with a number of men, who, by pinching her, and pricking her with pins, kept her from sleep many days and nights, threatening her with present death, unless she would confess herself guilty of witchcraft ; which at last she did. This report spreading abroad, made people curious to converse with her upon the subject, who found themselves exceedingly disappointed. The Viscount of Primrose being in...
Seite 157 - Sanis et aegris, always better Than coffee, tea, or milk and water ; That cheerful company, cum risu, Cum vino forti, suavi visu, Gustatu dulci, still has been A cure for hyppo and the spleen ; That hen and capon, vervecina, Beef, duck and pasties, cum ferina, Are good stomachics, and the best Of cordials, probatum est.
Seite 158 - To tell how gracefully he dances, And artfully contrives romances ; How well he arches, and shoots flying (Let no man think that we mean lying), How well he fences, rides, and sings, And does ten thousand other things ; Allow a line, nay, but a comma, To each, turgeret hoc diploma ; Quare ; ut tandem concludamus, Qui brevitatem approbamus (For brevity is always good, Providing we be understood).