The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volumen14

W. Abbatt, 1911

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Página 359 - The Lord our God be with us, as he was with our fathers; let him not leave us nor forsake us; that he may incline our hearts unto him, to walk in all his ways and to keep his commandments and his statutes and his judgments, which he commanded our fathers.
Página 361 - I besought him not to deal so, in regard of a poor town. And here he stopped me, in what I was going on to say, " A poor town ! You have made a company of seditious, factious bedlams ! and what do you prate to me of a poor town !" I prayed him "to suffer me to catechise on the Sabbath days, in the afternoon.
Página 234 - That no person who shall arrive in the United States, from and after the time when this act shall take effect, shall be admitted to become a citizen of the United States, who shall not for the continued term of five years next preceding his admission as aforesaid have resided within the United States [without being at any time during the said five years, out of the territory of the United States].
Página 344 - ... shall have and enjoy all liberties, franchises, and immunities of free denizens and natural subjects, within any of our other dominions, to all intents and purposes, as if they had been abiding and born, within this our realm of England, or in any other of our dominions.
Página 101 - ... teeth, which haply may not spring up in direful crops of armed men, yet I am assured, sir, will fructify in civil strife and feud. From the depths of my soul, as loyal citizen and as senator, I plead, remonstrate, protest against the passage of this bill.
Página 360 - He asked who maintained me all this while, charging me to deal plainly with him, adding withal that he had been more cheated and equivocated with by some of my malignant faction than ever was man by Jesuit, at the speaking of which words he...
Página 69 - On ascertaining the locality or route of the troops, proceed at once to annoy them in every possible way. Use every exertion to stampede their animals, and set fire to their trains. Burn the whole country before them and on their flanks. Keep them from sleeping by night surprises.
Página 98 - The senator from South Carolina has read many books of chivalry, and believes himself a chivalrous knight, with sentiments of honor and courage. Of course he has chosen a mistress to whom he has made his vows, and who, though ugly to others, is always lovely to him ; though polluted in the sight of the world, is chaste in his sight—I mean the harlot, Slavery.
Página 264 - We parted in sadness, but spoke not of parting ; We talk'd not of hopes that we both must resign ; I saw not her eyes, and but one tear-drop starting, Fell down on her hand as it trembled in mine : Each felt that the past we could never recover, Each felt that the future no hope could restore ; She shudder'd at wringing the heart of her lover, / dared not to say I must meet her no more. Long years have gone by, and the spring-time smiles ever...
Página 30 - I propose to inquire what, in our age are the true objects of national ambition — what is truly national glory — national honor — what is the true grandeur of nations.

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