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Página 205 - THERE is not in the wide world a valley so sweet, As that vale in whose bosom the bright waters meet ; Oh ! the last rays of feeling and life must depart, Ere the bloom of that valley shall fade from my heart.
Página 147 - The Siege of Carlaverock, in the XXVIII Edward I, AD MCCC; with the Arms of the Earls, Barons, and Knights, who were present on the occasion; with a translation, a history of the castle, and memoirs of the personages commemorated by the poet'.
Página 255 - ... the rocks and mountains to fall upon them and hide them from the face of him that sitteth upon the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb.
Página 52 - ... disposal of one of the most painful topics of collision between the United States and Great Britain not only affords an occasion of gratulation to ourselves, but has had the happiest effect in promoting a friendly disposition and in softening asperities upon other...
Página 244 - ARCANA OF SCIENCE AND ART, or one thousand popular inventions and improvements abridged from the transactions of public societies and from the scientific journals.
Página 109 - Egyptians, dare you think your high pyramids, Built to out-dure the sun as you suppose, Where your unworthy kings lie raked in ashes, Are monuments fit for him ? No, brood of Nilus, Nothing can cover his high fame but heaven, No pyramids set off his memories But the eternal substance of his greatness ; To which I leave him.
Página 365 - ... from a respectable antagonist " Dugald Stewart was the son of Dr. Matthew Stewart, Professor of Mathematics in the University of Edinburgh ; a station immediately before filled by Maclaurin, on the recommendation of Newton. Hence the poet spoke of ' the philosophic sire and son.
Página 282 - ... administration, and to Mr Peel, as the leader of the House of Commons, to lose no time in affording you an opportunity of placing my office in other hands, as the only means in my power of preventing the injury to the King's service, which may ensue from the appearance of disunion in his Majesty's councils, however unfounded in reality, or however unimportant in itself the question, which has given rise to that appearance.