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Page 125 - ... of the nest till it reached the top, where resting for a moment, it threw off its load with a jerk, and quite disengaged it from the nest.
Page 101 - ... of the people, they should, at fixed periods, be reduced to a private station, return into that body from which they were originally taken, and the vacancies be supplied by frequent, certain, and regular elections, in which all, or any part of the former members to be again eligible or ineligible, as the laws shall direct.
Page 125 - ... manner. In climbing up the nest it sometimes drops its burden, and thus is foiled in its endeavours ; but after a little respite the work is resumed, and goes on almost incessantly till it is effected.
Page 26 - Nineveh, for the destruction of the rebels whom he had condemned. The injustice of Mecca and the choice of Medina transformed the citizen into a prince, the humble preacher into the leader of armies; but his...
Page 26 - I been intimately conversant with the son of Abdallah, the task would still be difficult, and the success uncertain : at the distance of twelve centuries, I darkly contemplate his shade through a cloud of religious incense ; and could I truly delineate the portrait of an hour, the fleeting resemblance would not equally apply to the solitary of Mount Hera, to the preacher of Mecca, and to the conqueror of Arabia.
Page 125 - ... the nest with it that is too weighty for it to lift out. In this state it seems ever restless and uneasy. But this disposition for turning out its companions begins to decline from the time it is two or three, till it is about twelve days old, when, as far as I have hitherto seen, it ceases.
Page 127 - ... the next afternoon; when one of them, which was somewhat superior in size, turned out the other, together with the young hedge-sparrow and the unhatched egg.
Page 178 - Genius came, Here held his pomp, and trail'd the pall Of triumph through the trophied hall : And War was clad awhile in gorgeous weeds; Amid the martial pageantries, While Beauty's glance adjudged the prize, And beam'd sweet influence on heroic deeds. Nor long...
Page 175 - I filled my mouth, already flayed and blistered; totally unused to every kind of ardent spirits, with my tongue, throat, and palate, as raw as beef, what could I do?