Biographical Catalogue, Being an Account of the Lives of Friends and Others Whose Portraits are in the London Friends' Institute: Also Descriptive Notices of Those of the Friends' Schools and Institutions of which the Gallery Contains Illustrations, &c., &c., &c, Volume 2
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Page 383 - Visits to Remarkable Places : Old Halls, Battle-Fields, and Scenes illustrative of Striking Passages in English History and Poetry. By WILLIAM HOWITT. 2 vols. square crown 8vo. with Wood Engravings, 25s. The Rural Life of England.
Page 589 - I hate that drum's discordant sound, Parading round, and round, and round: To me it talks of ravaged plains, And burning towns, and ruined swains, And mangled limbs, and dying groans, And widows' tears, and orphans' moans; And all that Misery's hand bestows.
Page 580 - LOOKING UNTO JESUS THE AUTHOR AND FINISHER OF OUR FAITH ; WHO FOR THE JOY THAT WAS SET BEFORE HIM ENDURED THE CROSS, DESPISING THE SHAME, AND IS SET DOWN AT THE RIGHT HAND OF THE THRONE OF GOD. FOR CONSIDER HIM THAT ENDURED SUCH CONTRADICTION OF SINNERS AGAINST HIMSELF, LEST YE BE WEARIED AND FAINT IN YOUR MINDS.
Page 514 - There is a faith that overcomes the world, and there is a faith that is overcome by the world...
Page 462 - London ; and there likewise be set on the pillory, with his head in the pillory, for the space of two hours, between the hours of eleven and one on Saturday next ; in each place wearing a paper containing an inscription of his crimes ; and that at the Old Exchange his tongue be bored through with a hot iron, and he be there also stigmatised in the forehead with the letter
Page 478 - There's not a leaf within the bower ; There's not a bird upon the tree ; There's not a dew-drop on the flower. But bears the impress, Lord, of Thee...
Page 462 - ... that from thence he be committed to prison in Bridewell, London, and there restrained from the society of all people, and there to...
Page 478 - Thy power the dewdrop's tints combined, Till like a diamond's blaze they shone. "Yes, dewdrops, leaves, and buds, and all, The smallest, like the greatest things, — The sea's vast space, the earth's wide ball, Alike proclaim Thee King of kings. " But man alone to bounteous heaven Thanksgiving's conscious strains can raise ; To favour'd man alone 'tis given To join the angelic choir in praise.
Page 590 - Where, midst thick oaks, the subterraneous To the arch'd grot admits a feeble ray ; [way Where glossy pebbles pave the varied floors, And rough flint-walls are deck'd with shells and ores, And silvery pearls, spread o'er the roofs on high, Glimmer like faint stars in a twilight sky ; From noon's fierce glare, perhaps, he pleas'd retires, Indulging musings which the place inspires. " Now where the airy octagon ascends, And wide the prospect o'er the vale extends, Midst evening's calm, intent perhaps...