The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 3

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Maclear., 1853
 

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Page 376 - But if a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her, for her hair is given her for a covering.
Page 360 - I was made a member of Christ, a child of God, and an inheritor of the kingdom of heaven.
Page 270 - The fiery smoke rose upwards in billowing volumes. A Dominican monk was then standing almost at her side. Wrapped up in his sublime office, he saw not the danger, but still persisted in his prayers. Even then, when the last...
Page 397 - How charming is divine philosophy ! Not harsh, and crabbed, as dull fools suppose, But musical as is Apollo's lute, And a perpetual feast of nectar'd sweets, Where no crude surfeit reigns.
Page 271 - That fountain, of which the witnesses spoke so much, showed itself to your eyes in pure morning dews ; but neither dews, nor the holy dawn, could cleanse away the bright spots of innocent blood upon its surface. By the fountain, Bishop, you saw a woman seated, that hid her face. But as you draw near, the woman raises her wasted features. Would Domremy know them again for the features of her child ? Ah, but you know them, Bishop, well ! Oh, mercy ! what a groan was that which the servants, waiting...
Page 9 - Soon after this, both parties were considerably reinforced, and the conflict was renewed in various places. Many of the enemy took shelter behind a stone guardhouse, where a piece of ordnance was now briskly served. I ordered the fire of our battery to be directed upon the guard-house ; and it was so effectually done that with eight or ten shot the fire was silenced. The...
Page 480 - Fight on, my men, Sir Andrew says, A little I'm hurt, but yet not slain ; I'll but lie down and bleed awhile, And then I'll rise and fight again. Fight on, my men, Sir Andrew says, And never flinch before the foe ; And stand fast by St.
Page 9 - ... opposite the heights. To avoid any embarrassment in crossing the river, which is here a sheet of violent eddies, experienced boatmen were procured to take the boats from the landing below to the place of embarkation. Lieutenant...
Page 393 - ... village church which silently points upward to that gracious Saviour who said to his disciples: 'My peace I give unto you, not as the world giveth it'.
Page 270 - When the mortal mists were gathering fast upon you two, Bishop and Shepherd girl — when the pavilions of life were closing up their shadowy curtains about you — let us try, through the gigantic glooms, to decipher the flying features of your separate visions.

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