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Page 341 - Containing the Distresses of K. Henry VI. The artful acquisition of the Crown by King Richard, The murder of Young King Edward V. and his Brother, in the Tower, THE LANDING OF THE EARL OF RICHMOND, And the Death of King Richard, in the memorable Battle of Bosworth Field, being the last that was fought between the Houses of York and Lancaster ; with many other true Historical Passages.
Page 306 - Be studious in your profession, and you will be learned. Be industrious and frugal, and you will be rich. Be sober and temperate, and you will be healthy. Be in general virtuous, and you will be happy. At least, you will, by such conduct, stand the best chance for such consequences.
Page 28 - ... offered him, in the name of the supreme Creator, to raise the siege of Orleans, and conduct him to Rheims to be there crowned and anointed ; and on his expressing doubts of her mission, revealed to him, before some sworn confidants, a secret, which was unknown to all the world...
Page 690 - Never offer thyself to do that which thou canst not do. Deceive no person, for the gods see all thy actions. Live in peace with every body, and love every one sincerely and honestly, that thou mayest be beloved by them in return. Be not greedy of the goods which thou hast.
Page 68 - ... open shops, brilliantly decorated, and containing the richest commodities of different kinds. From these shops the prince selected a variety of articles, and presented them to the duchess.
Page 688 - My son,' said the Mexican father, ' who art come into the light from the womb of thy mother, like the chicken from the egg, and, like it, art preparing to fly through the world, we know not how long heaven will grant to us the...
Page 306 - By these early Marriages we are blest with more Children; and from the Mode among us, founded in Nature, of every Mother suckling and nursing her own Child, more of them are raised.
Page 342 - Mr. Puttenham ; Lord Mayor, Mr. Dunstall ; The Queen, Mrs. Steel ; Duchess of York, Mrs. Yates ; And the part of Lady Anne By Mrs. GIFFARD. With Entertainments of Dancing, By Mons. Fromet, Madam Duvalt, And the two Masters and Miss Granier. To which will be added, A Ballad Opera of One Act, called THE VIRGIN UNMASK'D.
Page 162 - yon an additional incitement to apply yourfelves, with as " little delay as poflible, to the different objects of national " concern which require your attention. " His Majefty has likewife ordered us to acquaint you " that, fince the clofe of the Jaft feffion, he has concluded a " treaty of defenfive alliance with his good brother the