Yale Studies in English, Volym 17

Lamson, Wolffe and Company, 1903
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Sida 282 - Adam the goodliest man of men since born His sons, the fairest of her daughters Eve.
Sida 269 - The law against witches does not prove there be any ; but it punishes the malice of those people, that use such means to take away men's lives : if one should profess that by turning his hat thrice, and crying buz, he could take away a man's life, though in truth he could do no such thing : yet this were a just law made by the state, that whosoever should turn his hat thrice, and cry buz, with an intention to take away a man's life, shall be put to death.
Sida 335 - It is the very error of the moon; She comes more nearer earth than she was wont, And makes men mad.
Sida 236 - Sir, I can take no knowledge That they are yours, but by public means. If you can bring certificate that you were gull'd of 'em, Or any formal writ out of a court, That you did cozen yourself, I will not hold them.
Sida 269 - She that pinches country wenches, If they rub not clean their benches, And with sharper nails remembers When they rake not up their embers: But if so they chance to feast her, In a shoe she drops a tester.
Sida 357 - em, no, not Jonson in his height, Could pass without allowing grains for weight. Think it not envy that these truths are told, Our poet's not malicious, though he's bold.
Sida 132 - And I would know by art, sir, of your worship, Which way I should make my door, by necromancy, And where my shelves ; and which should be for boxes, And which for pots. I would be glad to thrive, sir : And I was wish'd* to your worship by a gentleman, One Captain Face, that says you know men's planets. And their good angels, and their bad.
Sida 19 - The objects of the association, as set forth in its constitution, are ' the theoretical and experimental study of evolution and of the transmutation of bodies. Its members, with this end in view, study the processes of the ancient alchemists and compare them with the work of modern chemists.
Sida 54 - Plainely \l~\aying open those pernitious sleights that hath brought many ignorant men to confusion.

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