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Страница 14 - The boast of heraldry, the pomp of power, And all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave, Await alike th
Страница 30 - Park corner, where he and his retinue dined on the ground, with such meat and drink as they brought in the coach with them, and afterwards he drove fast through the streets, which were empty of people and overgrown with grass, to Westminster hall; where the officers were ready, and the judge and his company went straight to the King's bench, adjourned the court, returned to his coach and drove away presently out of town".
Страница 34 - September, 1828, and was honoured by the presence of His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, and most of the nobility and gentry of the surrounding country.
Страница 31 - To the estates and fortunes of the citizens it was merciless, but to their lives very favourable ; that it might, in all things, resemble the last conflagration of the world.
Страница 47 - Why full of days and honour lives the sire ? Why drew Marseilles' good bishop purer breath When Nature sicken'd, and each gale was death?
Страница 23 - Death ! great proprietor of all ! 'tis thine To tread out empire, and to quench the stars.
Страница 48 - His letters, though he seems to think her conviction groundless concerning his having taken the disease, make grateful mention of that disinterested joy. Mrs. Mompesson., however, soon after sickened of the plague, and expired in her husband's arms, in the twenty seventh year of her age. Her monument is now in Eyam church-yard, protected by iron rails, and with the inscription distinct. Her great grand-daughter's pious visit to the tomb of her excellent ancestress., when I was at Eyam with my father,...
Страница 49 - ... would exert himself to induce the country round to supply them with necessaries, leaving such provisions as might be requested, in appointed places, and at appointed hours, upon the neighbouring hills. The...
Страница 47 - I have described. By his directions, they ranged themselves on the grassy declivity, near the bottom, a yard distant from each other ; the dell being so narrow, a speaker from that rock might • be distinctly heard. Do you not see this dauntless minister of God stretching forth his hands from the rock, and preaching to his alarmed and distressed flock in that little wilderness ? How solemn, how pathetic, must have been his exhortations, in those terrific hours ! The church-yard soon ceased to afford...
Страница 47 - Marseilles' good bishop, purer breath, When nature sicken'd, and each gale was death." From a rational belief, that assembling in the church for public worship, during the summer heats, would spread and increase the infection, he agreed with his afflicted parishioners that he would read prayers to them three times in the week, and deliver his two sermons on the sabbath, from one of the perforated arches in the rocks of the verdant dingle, which I have described. By his directions, they ranged themselves...