The Analytical Review, Or History of Literature, Domestic and Foreign, on an Enlarged Plan, Volumen17
Containing scientific abstracts of important and interesting works, published in English; a general account of such as are of less consequence, with short characters; notices, or reviews of valuable foreign books; criticisms on new pieces of music and works of art; and the literary intelligence of Europe, &c.
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Página 484 - In the name of God amen. The 1 st day of September in the 36th year of the reign of our sovereign lord Henry VIII by the grace of God King of England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith and of the church of England and also of Ireland, in earth the supreme head, and in the year of our Lord God 1544.
Página 362 - King's hand almost to every leaf by way of signing, and was in some places postilled in the margin with the King's hand likewise, where was this remembrance. " Item, Received of such a one five marks, for a pardon to be procured ; and if the pardon do not pass, the money to be repaid : except the party be some other ways satisfied." And over against this Memorandum, of the King's own hand,
Página 299 - Contentment, rosy, dimpled maid, Thou brightest daughter of the sky, Why dost thou to the hut repair, And from the gilded palace fly?
Página 359 - I venture with great lincerity to recommend this volume to the perufal of every curious reader who defires to know the ftate of Great Britain in a period which has hitherto been regarded as very obfcure, ill fupplied with writers, and not pofTeiTed of a fingle one that deferves the appellation of a good one.
Página 508 - I grant that every child shall be his father's heir, after his father's days; and I will not suffer any person to do you wrong. God keep you.
Página 348 - Thy voice, benign enchantress! let me hear: Say that for me some pleasures yet shall bloom, That Fancy's radiance, Friendship's precious tear, Shall soften, or shall chase, misfortune's gloom.
Página 460 - One for domeftick confolation, And one for health and recreation. Be cautious then, but not too nice; Nor liften to each fool's advice : Nor, guided by the publick voice, But your own reafon, make your choice.
Página 66 - Between the period of national honour and complete degeneracy, there is usually an interval of national vanity, during which, examples of virtue are recounted and admired, without being imitated. The Romans were never more proud of their ancestors than when they ceased to resemble them. From being the freest and most high-spirited people in the world, they suddenly fell into the tamest and most abject submission. Let not the name of Britons, my countrymen, too much elate you ; nor ever think...
Página 300 - I've heard thee loudly laugh and speak, Amid the sous of want and toil. Yet, in the circles of the great, Where fortune's gifts are all combined, I've sought thee early, sought thee late, And ne'er thy lovely form could find. Since then from wealth and pomp you flee, I ask but competence and thee ! Lady Manner* NATURALISTS
Página 464 - She felt the wound fhe left behind. Her infant image, here below, Sits fmiling on a father's woe : Whom what awaits, while yet he ftrays Along the lonely vale of days ? A pang to fecret forrow dear ; A figh ; an unavailing tear : Till time ihall ev'ry grief remove, With life, with memory, and with love.