The Monthly Epitome, Τόμος 1

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W. Clarke, 1797
 

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Σελίδα 276 - by gentlemen who teach to dance ; By fidlers, and by opera-fingers: One loud, and then a little one behind ; As if the knocker fell, by chance, Out of their fingers. The fervant lets him in, with
Σελίδα 273 - in which with all imaginable decency year after year wears away in unprofitable vacancy. Even old age often finds us pacing in the fame round of amufements, which our early youth had tracked out. Meanwhile, being confcious that we are not giving into any flagrant vice, perhaps that we are guilty of no irregularity, and, it may be, that we
Σελίδα 322 - the extraordinary merit of this great painter, either have a narrow conception of the variety of art, or are led away by the affectation of approving nothing but
Σελίδα 273 - the theatres—all contribute their aid — amufements are multiplied, and combined, and varied, " to fill up the void « of a liftlefs and languid life;'' and by the judicious ufe of thefe different refources, there is often a kind of fober fettled plan of domeftic
Σελίδα 300 - put it a few minutes under his armpit, to make it fweat, as he faid ; and, taking it again out, drew it over a ladle filled with melted copper, fome of which he
Σελίδα 302 - a native of Germany, travelled over almoft all Europe; and his pretended art has been mentioned by fo many writers, that we may conclude it had not been often exhibited before ; and that it was then confidered as new. His name was John Charles von Eckeberg ; he was born at
Σελίδα 98 - utter a found. Ere yet her pale lips could the ftory impart, For a moment the hat met her view,— Her eyes from that
Σελίδα 71 - to me, and that in the day of danger) and a hypocrite In public life, the world will be puzzled to
Σελίδα 288 - the fummit, would fcarcely equal four miles and a half; and in the other parts it is a mere ridge, whofe bafe hardly ever exceeds one mile in breadth. The peak is faid to be 2850 feet above
Σελίδα 360 - of his operations. But though, by the wonderful powers" of native genius, he was thus enabled to get over his want of artificial method to a certain degree, yet there is no doubt that when his concerns became extremely complicated, with accounts of various kinds to keep, and calculations of all forts

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