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The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volum 18
Visualització completa - 1841
The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volum 26
Visualització completa - 1845
The Court Magazine and Monthly Critic, and Lady's Magazine and ..., Volum 27
Visualització completa - 1845
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Pàgina 122 - Still o'er these scenes my memory wakes, And fondly broods with miser care ; Time but the impression deeper makes, As streams their channels deeper wear.
Pàgina 241 - It will be for you to determine whether these Laws do not aggravate the natural fluctuations of supply ; whether they do not embarrass Trade, derange the Currency, and by their operation diminish the comfort, and increase the privations, of the great body of the community.
Pàgina 480 - he brought to her presence John Ap Meredith and Howell Ap Llewellyn Ap Howell, his neare cozens, men of goodly stature and personage, but wholly destitute of bringing up and nurture, for when the queen had spoken to them in divers languages, and they were not able to answer her, she said that they were ' the goodliest dumbe creatures that ever she saw.
Pàgina 480 - One of these knights struck the king with his mace, or battle-axe, and the blow was so violent that Henry staggered and fell on his knees ; but his brave men instantly closed round him, and killed every one of the eighteen knights. The Duke of Alenc,on then charged up, and cut his way to the royal standard of England.
Pàgina 480 - Then the second division opened to receive the sad remnants of the first, — a manoeuvre attended with fresh disorder. At this moment the Duke Anthony of Brabant, who had just arrived in the field, having in his impatient haste left his reinforcements behind him, headed a fresh charge of horse, but he was instantly slain by the English, who kept advancing, and destroying all that opposed them. The second division of the French, however, closed up, and kept its ground, though the weight of their...
Pàgina 241 - Gentlemen of the House of Commons, " I have ordered Estimates of the expenses of the current year to be laid before you, and...
Pàgina 29 - As Becket passed in this guise, the French were heard to exclaim, " What manner of man must the king of England be, when his chancellor travels in such state...
Pàgina 22 - ... grown scant, but he keeps it well cut. His face is lion-like, and almost square. His nose projects in a degree proportionate to the symmetry of his whole body. His feet are arched; his shins like a horse's; his broad chest and brawny arms proclaim him to be strong, active, and bold. In one of his toes, however, part of the nail grows into the flesh, and increases enormously, to the injury of the whole foot. His hands by their coarseness show the man's carelessness ; he wholly neglects all attention...
Pàgina 29 - Two of the waggons were loaded with ale, to be distributed to the people; one carried the vessels and furniture of his chapel, another of his bed-chamber; a fifth was loaded with his kitchen apparatus ; a sixth carried his abundant plate and wardrobe, and the other two were devoted to the use of his household servants. After the waggons came twelve sumpter-horses, a monkey riding on each, with a groom behind on his knees. Then came the esquires, carrying the shields, and leading the war-horses of...