Temple Bar: A London Magazine for Town and Country Readers, Volume 14

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George Augustus Sala, Edmund Yates
Ward and Lock, 1865 - English periodicals

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Page 285 - Tis as the general pulse Of life stood still, and Nature made a pause ; An awful pause! prophetic of her end.
Page 33 - Wherefore I perceive that there is nothing better, than that a man should rejoice in his own works; for that is his portion: for who shall bring him to see what shall be after him?
Page 528 - When an officer is put in arrest for the purpose of trial, except at remote military posts or stations, the officer by whose order he is arrested shall see that a copy of the charges on which he is to...
Page 385 - An historical and geographical description of Formosa, an island subject to the Emperor of Japan: giving an account of the religion, customs, manners, &c.
Page 551 - When new desires had conquered thee. And changed the object of thy will, It had been lethargy in me, Not constancy, to love thee still. Yea, it had been a sin to go And prostitute affection so; Since we are taught no prayers to say To such as must to others pray. Yet do thou glory in thy choice, Thy choice of his good fortune boast; I'll neither grieve nor yet rejoice To see him gain what I have lost. The height of my disdain shall be To laugh at him, to blush for thee; To love thee still, but go...
Page 288 - For infants left behind them in the world. " God keep my child !" we heard her say, and heard No more. The Angel of the Covenant Was come, and, faithful to his promise, stood, / Prepared to walk with her through death's...
Page 150 - Company dance, Lord and Groom, Lady and Kitchen-Maid, no distinction. So in our Court, in Queen Elizabeth's time, Gravity and State were kept up. In King James's time things were pretty well. But in King Charles's time, there has been nothing but Trenchmore, and the Cushion-Dance, omnium gatherum, tolly-polly, hoite cum toite.
Page 545 - She was a woman of masculine understanding and conduct, proud, furious, selfish, and unfeeling. She was a builder, a buyer and seller of estates, a money lender, a farmer, a merchant of lead, coals, and timber. When disengaged from these employments, she intrigued alternately with Elizabeth and Mary, always to the prejudice and terror of her husband. She lived to a great old age, continually flattered, but seldom deceived, and died immensely rich, and without a friend.
Page 288 - And now her eyes grew bright, and brighter still, Too bright for ours to look upon, suffused With many tears, and closed without a cloud. They set as sets the morning star, which goes • Not down behind the darkened west, nor hides Obscured among the tempests of the sky, But melts away into the light of heaven.
Page 116 - Here, early to bed, lies kind WILLIAM MAGINN, Who, with genius, wit, learning, Life's trophies to win, Had neither great Lord nor rich cit of his kin, Nor discretion to set himself up as to tin ; So his...

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