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“ EXCEEDING witty and integrate : you

Horace. “Would the world knew did so aggravate the jest withal.”—Ibid. How heartily I wish a fool should hate me."

Ibid. p. 514.

p. 270.


A PROUD and spangled sir, “By the Lex Remmia persons convicted That looks three handfulls higher than his of calumny were to be branded on the foreforetop;

head with the letter C.”—Ibid. p. 515, N.
Savours himself alone, is only kind
And loving to himself; one that will speak “ Somewhat bitter, Sir, but very whole-
More dark and doubtful than six oracles ; some.

e.”—Ibid. p. 525.
Salutes a friend as if he had a stitch,
Is his own chronicle, and scarce can eat

ILL men have a lust thear others' sins, For registring himself."-Ibid. p. 282.

And good men have a zeal to hear sin shamed."

Ibid. p. 541, Apologetical Dialogue. Can change and vary with all forms he sees,

«Των καλών και οπώρη καλή. PulchroBe any thing but honest; serves the time;

rum etiam autumnus pulcher.”—ERASMUS, Hovers betwixt two factions, and explores

Adag. p. 148. The drifts of both, which with cross face, he bears

“Nor spring nor summer beauty hath such To the divided heads, and is received

grace With mutual grace of either.”

As I have seen in one autumnal face."
Ibid. p. 283.

“ Fain would I have thee reap from The Solemn Address. “Two lips wag

these sown fields, not only an harvest of ging, and never a wise word.”—Ibid. p. 334. knowledge, but also some weighty sheaves

of consolation.”—B. Oley's Preface to Jack

son. Some grains of both I trust thou mayest
“Eastern DESPOTISM.—The lady of Mr. pick up.
Macneil, the physician to the mission, was
one day in the Zenanab, in Persia, when she


in which this matter may be observed one of the princes, a boy of ten

considered. age,

with a handkerchief tied over his eyes, groping about the apartment. Upon inquiring what he was doing, he said, that

“Molti ne diran molte; io, che per uso as he knew that when the Shah, his father, Parlo assai poco, tratterò sol d'una." died, he should have his eyes put out, he

CHIABRERA, vol. 2, p. 249. was trying to see what he could do without them." -ALEXANDER's Travels.

DR. CROWTHER's parishioners at Tre

dington hated him, and compelled him to “ The sinister application keep a boar. He got a black one, to spite Of the malicious, ignorant, and base them, and they in return called the black Interpreter; who will distort and strain

pigs Crowthers.-Restituta, vol. 1, p. 59. The general scope and purport of an author To his particular and private spleen."

Pigs strangely crossed. “Mr. Tinney “We esteem it has a famous breed for porkers, Chinese A most dishonest practice in that man crost by a half-African boar; meat deliciWill seem too witty in another's work."

ous." Ben Jonson, Poetaster, vol. 2, p. 512. See, too, Mavor's Berkshire.

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“ WHEN words are melted in the furnace

Some of the Fathers saw the cross in glow


" For observe,” says Justin Of fiery mood, quick, let the torrent go."

Martyr, in his Apology (§ 72) how imposIbid.

sible it is that anything in the world should 4. Si dica

be regulated, or any mutual intercourse Che bel fin fa chi ben amando muore."

carried on, without employing this figure. Pietro Aretino. Op. Burl. vol. 2, p. 229.

The sea cannot be navigated, unless this

symbol, as the mast and yard-arm of the “Ch' a chi non cerca bene, bene,

sail, remains firm in the ship. Without an La ragion delle

instrument in this form, the land cannot avviene cose,

spesso Ch'è piglia il ben per male, e'l mal per bene."

be ploughed; neither can they who dig exBronzino Pittore. Ibid. p. 265.

ercise their labour, nor handicraftmen pur

sue their occupations, without implements “ Voi sapete, la ragione

which are fashioned in like manner. The Vuol essere ajutata, che so io.” Ibid.

human figure also differs from those of ir

rational animals in no respect but this, that “¿Que cosa hay en la tierra que no tenga it is erect, and hath the hands extended ; Crecientes y menguantes, vaya y venga?”

and in the countenance also hath the nose BALBUENA, vol. 3, p. 137.

reaching downward from the forehead, by

which we are able to breathe. This again “; O cielos ! si el trabajo dilatado

shows no figure but that of the cross.”
Por tantos años desta historia mia
Ha de desparecer la voladora
Y cruel arpia del tiempo en sola un hora?"

Ibid. p. 163.

In the days of Hudibras there were some “ Si tal fantasia me juzgan ser loca,

so curious in the management of their beards, Mas loca seria quien tal me juzgasse."

that they had pasteboard cases to put over Question de Amor. them in the night, lest they should turn

upon them and rumple them in their sleep." “Mia musa in frutti, e non in fiors'invoglia." -Grey's Hudibras, vol. 1, p. 34. Busini. Op. Burl. vol. 2, p. 322.

Selim I. was the first Turk who shaved " E' come dir, poch' uva, e molta foglia." his beard, contrary to the Koran and to

Ibid. custom. When the mufti reprimanded him,

he answered, that he did it to prevent his GOETHE hated dogs.—Mrs. Austin, vol. visier's having anything to lead him by. 1, p. 77.

Bacon quoted Apoll. No. 162. His epigram.-Ibid. p. 253.

“HOMME roux et femme barbue,

“Such a feast as mends in length.” De trente pas loin le salue, Avecques trois pierres au poing,

“ Such a way as gives us breath.” Pour t'en aider à ton besoing."

Ibid. LEIGH's Observations, p. 411.

“ He that daily spies Twin babies in his mistress' Gemini's,

Whereto his sad devotion does impart Music practically known long before it The sweet burnt-offering of a bleeding was scientifically understood and reduced heart." QUARLES. Emb. p. 54. to principles.

See concerning Pythagoras, Macrobius, “ I wish thee as much pleasure in the 1. 2. Spectator, No. 334. Grey's Hudibras, reading, as I had in the writing."-QUARLES vol. 1, p. 27.

to the Reader. Preface to his Emblems.

p. 277.

“El tiempo lo hará claro, y mi motivo

“No me fallece conocimiento para ver Los sabios, que es el pueblo á quien escribo." quanto me estaria mejor preciarme de lo BARBUENA, vol. 3, p. 163.

que callasse, que arrepentirme de lo que

dixesse.”Diego de S. Pedro. Carcel de “ FAMA, de los tiempos reyna, Amor. Ep. Ded. Que con vuelo immortal, y acentos graves,

De aquí, donde la obscura noche reyna, “ Como quiera que primero que me deHasta donde entre músicas suaves

terminasse, estuve en grandes dudas."El alba, de oro sus cabellos peyna, Diego de S. Pedro. Carcel de Amor. Mis papeles, mis versos, mis razones Volara de naciones en naciones."-Ibid.

“Y si tal se hallare, por cierto mas culpa

tiene en ello mi olvido que mi querer.”— “E con ragione, e argomenti nuovi, Ibid. E con esempli, e con autoritate." Bronzino Pittore. Op. Burl. vol. 2, “ The Jews say that every individual of

the human race actually existed in Adam,

some in his nails, some in his toes, eyes, mouth, Fo pensiero &c. &c. and that in proportion to the proxiDí far più larga universalitate.”—Ibid.

mity of the position of any person to the

parts concerned in eating and digesting the “ If thou be master-gunner, spend not all forbidden fruit, will be their degree of guilt That thou canst speak at once, but husband and measure of punishment here.

So it." HERBERT, p. 23. they consider that Job had his place near

the mouth.”—Grove's Journal at Bagdad, “ WHEREFORE with my utmost art

I will sing thee;
And the cream of all my heart

“ You never knew-a tripe-eater I will bring thee.”—Ibid.

Become a tyrant."

Cartwright. Ordinary. “ IF I have more to spin,

Old Plays, x., p. 193. The wheel shall go.”—Ibid. p. 160.

Carcel de Amor, p. 5. FIFTEEN reasons “ Now, foolish thought, go on; why men ought not to speak ill of women, Spin out thy thread.”—Ibid. p. 162. and twenty why they ought to speak well.

p. 16.

p. 152.

“ Mas yo que por tan alto paralelo Fuera voy de caminos ordinarios, Al baxo suelo vuelvo."

El Bernardo, vol. 3, p. 9.

Ibid. p. 214. Herbs declaring their properties, and how you are to hear them when they thank the Creator for the virtues with which he has endued them.

“Perhaps you'll find “It was remarked from St. Mary's pulSome pretty stories in the hangings there." pit in Cambridge, on Whitsunday, that the CARTWRIGHT, p. 216. gift of tongues was not conferred on a wo

man in the miracle of that day.”-NICHOLS's “ WHEN I

IU. vol. 6, p. 628. Level my larger thoughts unto the bases Of thy deep shallowness.”—Ibid. p. 222. "At the opening of one of Lady Hun

tingdon's tabernacles, a preacher took for MARRIAGE for property's sake- his text nothing but the word Bethesda, at

“ The church has nought in this. Dartford. It was said that this chapel would Their lawyer is the priest that marries them, afterwards be so named in consequence, The indentures are the banns of matrimony, though Zion Chapel was already placed over The bounds and land-marks are the ring the door.”—Ibid. p. 674.

that joins them. May. Old Couple. Old Play, x. p. 388. “ I CANNOT subscribe to this sense as full

enough : let it go for a branch ; call it not “There may be an emptiness in vanity; the body of the tree.”—TH. Adams, Devil's but the mind of man would be still emptier, Banket, p. 2. if it were totally without it.”—Danby,' p. 280.

“ If there is any obligation on either side,

the World is certainly as much indebted to MALBacco in the play says,

him for his book, as he can be to them for “For I, poor man, joined woe unto my name reading it."—MAJOR JARDINE's Preface. By choosing out a woman for my wife." Grim the Collier, p. 193. Old Plays, “It is not uncommon in Morocco to put xi. p. 193.

a doctor to death for letting his patient die,

if a prince or a great man." - Ibid. vol. 1, Grim himself says, “every night I dream


176. I am a town-top, and that I am whipt up and down with the scourge stick of love and

“And why, Sir, must they so ? the metal of affection." ?-Ibid. p. 206. The why is plain as way to parish church."

As you like it, act ii. sc. vi. " One whose conversation and sweet temper would drive

“ THERE lives within the very flame of love Tediousness out of time."

A kind of wick, or snuff, that will abate it." DAVENPORT's City Night Cap, Ibid.

Hamlet, act iv. sc. viü.

P. 268,

" But orderly to end where I begun."

-“Molti rimedj assai più leggieri a dirli, che a metterle in operazione."— SanazZARO, Arcadia. Parn. Ital. tom. 16, p 112.

Ibid. act iii. sc. ü.

| William Danby, Esq. of Swinton Park, Yorkshire. See SOUTHEY's Life and Corre. spondence, vol. 6, p. 78.-J. W. W.

6 Esta me dolor tan atado en lo mas hondo del alma, que el alma misma Alcayde del calabozo,

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