The chalice of Carden

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Skeffington & Son, 1889 - 314 páginas
 

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Página 86 - Signed, sealed, published and Declared by the said Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the Presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have subscribed our names as Witnesses thereto.
Página 295 - Thus ale, and song, and healths, and merry ways, Keep up a shadow still of former days ; But the old beechen bowl, that once supplied The feast of furmety, is thrown aside, And the old freedom that was living then, When masters made them merry with their men, When all their coats alike were russet brown, And his rude speech was vulgar as their own — All this is past, and soon will pass away The time-torn remnant of the holiday.
Página 305 - And to the end that we should alway remember the exceeding great love of our Master, and only Saviour, Jesus Christ...
Página 304 - When Thou hadst overcome the sharpness of death Thou didst open the kingdom of heaven to all believers. Thou sittest at the right hand of God in the glory of the Father.
Página 20 - But I tell you, I have travelled, and travelled in the celestial spheres, know the signs and the planets, and their houses. Can judge of motions direct and retrograde, of sextiles, quadrates, trines, and oppositions, fiery trigons and aquatical trigons.
Página 311 - Who flourish'd long in tender bliss, and rear'd A numerous offspring, lovely like themselves, And good, the grace of all the country round.
Página 244 - Achilles shall in arms appear, And he, too, goddess-born. Fierce Juno's hate, Added to hostile force, shall urge thy fate. To what strange nations shalt not thou resort...
Página 298 - There with the scraps of songs, and laugh, and tale, He lightens annual toil, while merry ale Goes round, and glads some old man's heart to praise The threadbare customs of his early days : How the high bowl was in the middle set At breakfast time, when clippers yearly met, Fill'd full of furmety, where dainty swum The streaking sugar and the spotting plum.
Página 22 - tis a hallowed thing, Which holy men have blessed ; In the church of the Holy Sepulchre This crystal once did rest ; " And many a martyr, and many a saint, Around its brim have sate ; No water that e'er its lips have touched But is hallowed and consecrate. " 'Tis thine, Sir John ; not an empire's worth, Nor wealth of Ind...
Página 168 - that it may please Him to defend and provide for the fatherless children and widows, and all that are desolate and oppressed.

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