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294 페이지 - ARCHDEACON HARDWICK. Christ and other Masters. A Historical Inquiry into some of the Chief Parallelisms and Contrasts between Christianity and the Religious Systems of the Ancient World.
55 페이지 - Valhal with the riches he had with him upon the pile ; and he would also enjoy whatever he himself had buried in the earth. For men of consequence a mound should be raised to their memory, and for all other warriors who had been distinguished for manhood, a standing stone ; which custom remained long after Odin's time.
128 페이지 - The river of running sand," which their ancestors had crossed before coming. That was a fearful, trackless region, where the sands rolled before the winds like the waves of the sea. They were led through it by a chieftain who had more than human power to guide them ; and Sau Quala, when he first related the tradition, remarked that the whole story seemed to him like Moses guiding the children of Israel across the Red Sea and through the desert.
303 페이지 - coaxation,' for instance, which the latter defines as " the art of coaxing" ! but they are there without examples of their use ; and though I shall not often refer to such words, when I do I shall deal with them as words wholly wanting in our Dictionaries ; for to me there is no difference between a word absent from a Dictionary, and a word there, but unsustained by an authority. Even if Webster's Dictionary were in other respects a better book, the almost total absence of illustrative quotations...
xiii 페이지 - Abstract of the results of the hourly meteorological observations taken at the Surveyor General's Office, Calcutta, in the month of April 1855.
129 페이지 - The great dragon succeeded in deceiving — deceiving unto death. How do they say it was done? A yellow fruit took the great dragon, and gave to the children of God. A white fruit took the great dragon, and gave to the daughter and son of God. They transgressed the commands of God, and God turned his face from them.
127 페이지 - In my early travels, the Karens pointed out to me the precise spots where they took refuge in the days of Alompra, and where they had come down and avenged themselves on their enemies; but when I asked them, " Who built this city ?" — as we stood together on the forest-clad battlements of a dilapidated fortification, — they replied, " These cities of our jungles were in ruins when we came here. This country is not our own. We came from the north, where we were independent of the Burmese, the...
129 페이지 - Where, for example, do we find in the traditions of heathen nations that never saw the Bible, biblical facts so accurately stated as in the following stanzas ? Anciently, God commanded, but Satan appeared bringing destruction; Formerly, God commanded, but Satan appeared deceiving unto death. The woman Eu and the man...
124 페이지 - An address delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Geological Society of London, on the 19th of February, 1841 ; and the announcement of the award of the Wollaston medal and donation fund for the same year.