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Page 110 - O, now you weep; and, I perceive, you feel The dint of pity : these are gracious drops. Kind souls, what ! weep you, when you but behold Our Caesar's vesture wounded ? Look you here, Here is himself, marr'd, as you see, with traitors.
Page 109 - Aye, who know you, For one, that courses up and down on errands, A stale retainer at Lord Timon's table ; A man grown great by making legs and cringes, By winding round a wanton spendthrift's heart, And gulling him at...
Page 230 - Mortimer Hall, or the Labourer's Hire, by Mrs. Bridget Bluemantle, Author of the Three Old Maids, 4 vols..
Page 213 - Neptune had produced, he observed that his blows might have been surer if his eyes had been placed near his horns. Venus herself was exposed to his satire ; and when the sneering god had found no fault in the body of the naked goddess, he observed, as she retired, that the noise of her feet was too loud, and greatly improper in the goddess of beauty. These illiberal reflections upon the gods were the cause that Momus was driven from heaven.
Page 213 - Minerva had made, because the goddess had not made it movable, by which means a bad neighbourhood might be avoided. In the bull which Neptune had produced, he observed that his blows might have been, surer if his eyes had been placed near his horns. Venus herself was exposed to his satire ; and when the sneering god had found no fault in the body of the...
Page 230 - The Inhabitants of Earth, or the Follies of Woman, a Novel, by AF Holstein, 3 vols 0 16 6 Julia de Vienne, 4 vols 1...
Page 230 - Old English Baron, by Clara Reeve, 9th edition, plates 060 Ora and Juliet, or the Influence of First Principles, by the Author of Eva of Cambria, &c.