The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 216

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F. Jefferies, 1864 - Early English newspapers
 

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Page 718 - I will never again strike down every living thing as I have done. 22 As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, and day and night will not cease.
Page 663 - LORD, what is man, that thou takest knowledge of him ! or the son of man, that thou makest account of him ! 4 Man is like to vanity : his days are as a shadow that passeth away.
Page 369 - GENTLEMEN OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, — " Her Majesty has directed the Estimates for the ensuing year to be laid before you. They have been prepared with every attention to economy, and with a due regard to the efficiency of the public service. " MY LORDS AND GENTLEMEN, — " Her Majesty commands us to inform you that the condition of the country is, on the whole satisfactory.
Page 357 - Father; in which day not only the apostate angels shall be judged, but likewise all persons that have lived upon earth shall appear before the tribunal of Christ, to give an account of their thoughts, words, and deeds, and to receive according to what they have done in the body whether good or evil.
Page 679 - Few men can clasp the thumb in their arms, and the fingers are larger than most statues. Where the limbs are broken asunder, vast caverns are seen yawning in the interior.
Page 761 - A rchbishop in full canonicals, of a Chancellor, and of many of the chief Burgesses of the City of Waterford, as well as singularly curious Portraits of the Mayors of Dublin, Waterford, Limerick, and Cork, figured for the most part in the quaint bipartite costume of the Second Richard's reign, though partaking of many of the peculiarities of...
Page 508 - Palmerston, the Duke of Cambridge, Sir George Grey, Earl De Grey and Ripon, and many of the chief officers of State assembled in the lower dining-room of the Palace ; there were also present nearly all the foreign ministers, and the gentlemen connected with the Court. At half-past twelve they were conducted to the seats within the chapel. At the altar were the Archbishop of Canterbury ; the Bishop of London, Dean of Her Majesty's Chapels Royal ; the Bishop of Oxford, Lord High Almoner ; the Bishop...
Page 369 - Their Majesties the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, the Emperor of Austria, the Emperor of the French, the King of Prussia, the Emperor of All the Russias, and the King of Sardinia, on the other part, engage to respect this determination of the Sultan, and to conform themselves to the principle above declared.
Page 397 - A Manual of the Roman Civil Law, arranged according to the Syllabus of Dr HALLIFAX. By G. LEAPINGWELL, LL.D. Designed for the use of Students in the Universities and Inns of Court 8vo. 12* . The Mathematical and other Writings of ROBERT LESLIE ELLIS, MA, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Page 501 - Rescripts, Delegacies, Instruments and all other Writings, for Causes not being contrary or repugnant to the Holy Scriptures and Laws of God, as heretofore hath been used and accustomed to be had and obtained by your Highness, or any your most noble Progenitors, or any of your or their Subjects, at the See of Rome, or any Person or Persons by...

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