Theodore Cyphon; Or the Benevolent Jew: A Novel. In Three Volumes, Volum 3

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B. Crosby, 1796 - 224 pàgines
 

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Pàgina 47 - Never hear the fweet mufic of fpeech, , . i \ ftart at the found of my own. The beafts that roam over the plain, My form with indifference fee, They are fo unacquainted with man, Their tamenefs is fhocking to me.
Pàgina 211 - The philosophical Shechem, in Walker's Theodore Cyphon (1796), asked, Where . . . was Providence, when Alexander slaughtered his thousands? Where, when the gold-thirsting Spaniards put the knife to the throats of millions of Mexicans and Peruvians ? 135 In Henry Somerville (1798) there was further interrogation: 181 George Parker, op.
Pàgina 211 - Appeal may be made ? Particularly that we have mention'd, That a thing can be, and not be, at the fame time ; which if not granted, overthrows all Science as well as Reafon : Again, What Traffick or Commerce cou'd there be in the World, what...
Pàgina 28 - He escapes, returns to England, and lives by thievery. Another type of transportation is by some private agency, growing not out of statutory offenses but out of somebody's nefarious designs of one sort or another. The kind of possibility existing in the reader's mind is shown in The History...
Pàgina 131 - Cyphon (1796), the hero of which plans to flee because he sees "no end to the vindictiveness of my father, or the nefarious practices of my uncle."18 Instead, however, he kills his uncle, whereupon the friendly Shechem proposes to Theodore's father, . . . I've a great itch to travel. I intend going to America; now suppose I carry over Theodore and settle there, you will be forever freed from him, and I will answer no tales are told.18 "Follies of youth" sometimes lead to a financial state which 15...
Pàgina 137 - Farthing-pojl ; not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being inftigated by the malice of the devil...
Pàgina 24 - I confidered death as much to be preferred to that decree of anathematization, which interdicted an...

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