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Page 59 - Now to him that is of power to stablish you according to my gospel, and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery, which was kept secret since the world began...
Page 60 - And a certain woman cast a piece of a millstone upon Abimelech's head, and all to brake his skull. 54 Then he called hastily unto the young man his armour-bearer, and said unto him, Draw thy sword, and slay me, that men say not of me, A woman slew him.
Page 27 - No matter how we rhyme the words, the music speaks them handy, And where's the fair can't sing the air of " Yankee Doodle Dandy ? " Yankee doodle, firm and true, Yankee doodle dandy, Yankee doodle, doodle, doo, Yankee doodle dandy.
Page 78 - oh ! gallant stranger, For hapless Adelgitha's love. ' For he is in a foreign far land Whose arms should now have set me free : And I must wear the willow garland For him that's dead or false to me.
Page 101 - And they went their way, and found the colt tied by the door without in a place where two ways met; and they loose him.
Page 49 - If you disappoint me, attend to my curse :—May the hatred of all the young, beautiful, and virtuous, for ever be your portion! and may your eyes never behold anything but age and deformity ! May you meet with applause only from envious old maids, surly bachelors, and tyrannical parents! May you be doomed to the company of such, and after death may their ugly souls haunt you ! " Now make Lovelace and Clarissa unhappy if you dare...
Page 50 - ... from the head ; by chance lively — very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies...
Page 88 - And also, of animals when they retired to rest, a hart was said to be harbored, a buck lodged, a roebuck bedded, a hare formed, a rabbit set, etc.