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60 페이지 - O Caledonia ! stern and wild, meet nurse for a poetic child, • land of brown heath and shaggy wood, land of the mountain and the flood, land of my sires!
119 페이지 - Vessels, when under Steam, shall, between sunset and sunrise, exhibit the following Lights : 1. A bright White Light at the Foremast Head. A Green Light on the Starboard side. A Red Light on the Port side.
198 페이지 - When Christmas revels in a world of snow, And bids her berries blush, her carols flow; His spangling shower when Frost the wizard flings; Or, borne in ether blue, on viewless wings, O'er the white pane his silvery foliage weaves, And gems with icicles the sheltering eaves; —Thy muffled friend his...
113 페이지 - ... rather than a planters' question, and that the former were deeply interested in purchasing a pure article. This, however, is by no means the case : the whole business of a merchant is to buy in the cheapest, and sell in the dearest market...
175 페이지 - I SHALL not ask Jean Jacques Rousseau,* If birds confabulate or no ; 'Tis clear, that they were always able To hold discourse, at least in fable ; And e'en the child, who knows no better Than to interpret by the letter, A story of a cock and bull, Must have a most uncommon skull.
363 페이지 - No length of time elapsed after the sale, will alter the nature of a contract originally false. Neither is notice necessary to be given. Though the not giving notice will be a strong presumption against the buyer, that the horse at the time of the sale had not the defect complained of, and will make the proof on his part much more difficult.
114 페이지 - England was all safely arrived at La Hogue, the king leaped on shore first; but by accident he fell, and with such violence that the blood gushed out at his nose : the knights that were near him said, " Dear sir, let us entreat you to return to your ship, and not think of landing to-day, for this is an unfortunate omen." The king instantly replied, " For why ? I look upon it as very favourable, and a sign that the land is desirous of me.
273 페이지 - I have always held and now hold, that a warranty of soundness is broken, if the animal at the time of the sale had any infirmity upon him which rendered him less fit for present service. It is not necessary that the disorder should be permanent or incurable.
271 페이지 - So the consideration of costs may be laid aside — at least by your bold, neck-or-nothing riders. But there is another significant thing not so easily dismissed, mentioned by one Halifax, who takes leave to remind us that •' laws are generally not understood by three sorts of persons — viz., by those who make them, by those who execute them, and by those who suffer from them.
114 페이지 - ... former gained a splendid victory, burning thirteen of the enemy's ships, destroying eight more, forcing the rest to fly, and thus preventing a threatened descent upon England. At a later period, the fort, arsenal, and shipping were destroyed by the British, who landed here in 1758. In the " Geographic Universelle," by Malte-Brun, we find Cherbourg described as a fortified city, and sea-port of France, on the northern coast of the department of Manche, and one of the principal stations of the...

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