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Page 480 - They never fail who die In a great cause : the block may soak their gore ; Their heads may sodden in the sun ; their limbs Be strung to city gates and castle walls — But still their spirit walks abroad. Though years Elapse, and others share as dark a doom, They but augment the deep and sweeping thoughts Which overpower all others, and conduct The world at last to freedom.
Page 298 - The British parliament, in a former session, frightened into a limited concession by the menaces of Ireland, frightened out of it by the menaces of England...
Page 288 - Then the popish priests are all registered, and without permission (which I hope will not be granted) they can have no successors ; so that the protestant clergy will find it perhaps no difficult matter to bring great numbers over to the church...
Page 298 - Forty thousand men were raised and disciplined without commission from the Crown. Two illegal armies were seen with banners displayed at the same time and in the same country. No executive magistrate, no judicature, in Ireland, would acknowledge the legality of the army which bore the King's commission ; and no law, or appearance of law, authorized the army commissioned by itself.
Page 287 - ... we look upon them to be altogether as inconsiderable, as the women and children. Their lands are almost entirely taken from them, and they are rendered incapable of purchasing any more...
Page 627 - Master, who was elected by a majority of the votes. When the election was completed, it was announced to the assembled brethren, and when all had promised obedience, the Prior, if the person was present, said to him, " In the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, we have chosen, and do choose thee, brother N., to be our Master.
Page 325 - One vessel of water rarefied by fire driveth up forty of cold water ; and a man that tends the work is but to turn two cocks, that, one vessel of water being consumed, another begins to force and refill with cold water, and so successively, the fire being tended and kept constant, which the self same person may likewise abundantly perform in the interim, between the necessity of turning the said cocks.
Page 474 - Slave, do thine office ! Strike as I struck the foe ! Strike as I would Have struck those tyrants ! Strike deep as my curse ! Strike — and but once ! [ The DOGE throws himself upon his knees, and as the Executioner raises his sword the scene closes.
Page 218 - L'Egypte ! Elle étalait, toute blonde d'épis, Ses champs, bariolés comme un riche tapis, Plaines que des plaines prolongent; L'eau vaste et froide au nord, au sud le sable ardent Se disputent l'Egypte : elle rit cependant 20 Entre ces deux mers qui la rongent.
Page 288 - ... hewers of wood and drawers of water, are out of all capacity of doing any mischief, if they were ever so well inclined.