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Página 104 - she never told her love, but let concealment, like a worm in the bud, feed on her damask cheek. She pined in thought, and with a green and yellow melancholy, she sat like Patience on a monument, smiling at Grief.
Página 122 - Iricks, and put together without mortar. The most remarkable of these walls is situated on the very edge of a precipitous cliff, and is in perfect preservation to a height of thirty feet ; the walls are about ten feet thick at the base and seven or eight at the top.
Página 234 - Illustrated. 8s. handsome cloth, gilt. The Realm of the Ice King. A Book of Arctic Discovery and Adventure. Numerous Illustrations. Imperial 16mp.
Página 50 - In making this grant I do not alienate from my Kingdom this or any other portion of it; but reserve intact the sovereignty of my Dominion, and Mr. Baines engaged on behalf of said Company not to make any claim contrary or injurious to my right as sovereign of the country, but to recognise my authority as King and to apply to me for such protection as he might require, and I engaged to grant such protection to Mr. Baines as should enable him to enjoy all lawful and proper use of the privileges granted...
Página 42 - Mashonas were still little more than twenty years ago getting quartz from the reefs, which they roasted in great fires, and then pounded up with round stones in order to extract the gold. The passage I refer to reads as follows : — " G. Wood took me to a place in which he had seen a heap of quartz burned, and another heap, piled with wood among it, ready for burning. The crushing stones, like a printer's slab and muller, had also been lying in a hut near, but at the time of my visit these were...