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Page 157 - Italian Friar and second Machiavel, his Advice to the King ' of Spain for attaining the universal Monarchy of the World.
Page 472 - I should like to have been able to see their faces, and to hear their observations to each other, at the time. This occurrence at home will, one would hope, teach the loyal a little caution in speaking of the means which Napoleon employs (or rather, which they say he employs) in order to get together and to discipline his conscripts.
Page 534 - Cox (GV)— RECOLLECTIONS OF OXFORD. By G. V. Cox, MA, New College, late Esquire Bedel and Coroner in the University of Oxford. Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo.
Page 190 - I called the New World into existence, to redress the balance of the Old.
Page 1 - Mellon, in the report of the Secretary of the Treasury for the fiscal year ended June 30...
Page 460 - Tub,' which I carried about with me wherever I went ; and when I, at about twenty years old, lost it in a box that fell overboard in the Bay of Fundy, in North America, the loss gave me greater pain than I have ever felt at losing thousands of pounds.
Page 504 - Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a man child conceived.
Page 474 - Cobbett was at the height of his political reputation ; but of politics we heard little, and should, I think, have heard nothing, but for an occasional red-hot patriot, who would introduce the subject, which our host would fain put aside, and got rid of as speedily as possible.