Journal of the British Archaeological Association, Volumen29

British Archaeological Association., 1873
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Página 321 - Tis opportune to look back upon old times, and contemplate our Forefathers. Great examples grow thin, and to be fetched from the passed world. Simplicity flies away, and iniquity' comes at long strides upon us. We have enough to do to make up our selves from present and passed times, and the whole stage of things scarce serveth for our instruction.
Página 269 - And Isaiah the prophet cried unto the Lord: and he brought the shadow ten degrees backward, by which it had gone down in the dial of Ahaz.
Página 119 - Two tunnels had been formed in the side of a hill ; they were wide at one extremity, but tapered off to a narrow bore at the other, where they met in a point. The mouths of the channels opened towards the west, from which quarter a prevalent wind blows in this valley, and sometimes with great violence. The blast received by them would, when the wind wns high, be poured with considerable force and effect upon the smelting furnaces at the extremity of the tunnels.
Página 301 - The King's Carriage was also taken, with a Cabinet and many Royal Autographs in it, which when printed made a sad impression against his Majesty, — gave in fact a most melancholy view of the veracity of his Majesty , " On the word of a King."*** All was lost!
Página 302 - His Speech made upon the Scaffold at Whitehall-Gate, immediately before his Execution, on Tuesday the 30 of Jan.
Página 301 - A Perfect Narrative of the whole Proceedings of the High Court of Justice in the Tryal of the King in Westminster Hall, on Saturday the 20, and Monday the 22 of this instant January.
Página 289 - This person was made a knight of the Bath at the coronation of James I.
Página 277 - I went also to see the building beginning near St. Giles's, where seven streets make a star from a Doric pillar placed in the middle of a circular area ; said to be built by Mr.
Página 85 - Muse, bid the morn awake, Sad winter now declines, Each bird doth choose a mate, This day's St Valentine's ; For that good bishop's sake, Get up, and let us see, "What beauty it shall be That fortune us assigns.

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