The Life and Correspondence of Henry Salt ... Consul General in Egypt, 1권

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John James Halls
R. Bentley, 1834
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13 페이지 - As man, perhaps, the moment of his breath Receives the lurking principle of death; The young disease, that must subdue at length, Grows with his growth, and strengthens with his strength; So, cast and mingled with his very frame.
275 페이지 - There are one or two points to which I should like to call your attention, if it would not be too late. . " Believe me, my dear sir, With much sincerity yours, &c. HENRY SALT.
197 페이지 - extending of the disorder to the spine of the neck, which at last becomes callous, so that it is not any longer in the power of the animal to lift its head :' they all prove to be merely ingenious conjectures, thrown out by the author solely for the exercise of his own ingenuity. I should not venture to speak so positively upon this matter...
463 페이지 - Mountnorris died in the spring of this year, and was succeeded in his titles and estates by his son the Viscount Valentia, the present Earl, whose only child, the Hon.
153 페이지 - I know not, (indeed, who can know ?) whether the spirits of the just are ever permitted to hover over those whom they have loved most tenderly ; but if such permission be given, (and who can say it is impossible ?) then it must greatly increase your brother's present happiness, and greatly dimmish that painful sense of separation which even the souls of the righteous may be supposed to feel...
114 페이지 - ... stewed fish, which was thought very delicious by some of our party. We had a pretty good example of the Ras's watchfulness, for about twelve o'clock he sent us some clouted cream, and at four I was called up to receive the compliments of the morning. " August 29. — At about ten in the morning we were invited to breakfast with the Ras, and were received with the same distinction as yesterday, being seated on a sofa, while his minister was placed close by on the carpet. We were very plentifully...
153 페이지 - ... be given, (and who can say it is impossible ?) then it must greatly increase your brother's present happiness, and greatly diminish that painful sense of separation which even the souls of the righteous may be supposed to feel, if he sees you resigned, patient, hopeful, trusting on that same Cross which was his refuge in the hour of dread, and that good Providence to whose care he fervently and faithfully committed you.
456 페이지 - Papa obliged the inhabitants to break in pieces, to prevent the Europeans from disturbing his holy retreat — a cottage which he had built on an adjoining hill, where many remains of a white marble temple are still to be traced. This priest is luckily dead, or otherwise the theatre would...

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