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Strana 210 - Doubt thou the stars are fire ; Doubt that the sun doth move ; Doubt truth to be a liar ; But never doubt I love.
Strana 188 - HOW doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hour, And gather honey all the day From every opening flower...
Strana 289 - Murder? Ghost. Murder most foul, as in the best it is ; But this most foul, strange, and unnatural.
Strana 332 - ... of most of our modern novelists, and is emphatically in the ripest sense of that much-abused term. For its strength and naturalness of description, the reader will be reminded of COOPER; in...
Strana 332 - ASPENWOLD. The claims of this work to a high place in the front rank of our national literature will be admitted by every reader whose critical abilities enable him to appreciate authorial excellence. It is written in the form of an autobiography, like the works of MAB, KYATT, and will favorably compare with the best of that popular writer's productions.
Strana 247 - ... Senator O'CONOR. That is all, Mr. Hall. Thank you very much. Mr. HALL. Thank you. (Witness excused.) TESTIMONY OF HAMILTON W. FOSTER, KENNEBUNKPORT, MAINE Mr. O'CONNOR. Mr. Foster, please. Senator O'CONOR. First of all, Mr. Foster, will you be sworn, please. Mr. FOSTER. Yes, sir. Senator O'CONOR. Do you solemnly swear, in the presence of Almighty God, that the evidence you shall give in this hearing will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing out the truth, so help you God? Mr. FOSTER. I...
Strana 332 - KYATT, and will favorably compare with the best of that popular writer's productions. It is free from the hackneyed incidents which comprise the principal stock in trade of most of our modern novelists, and is emphatically in the ripest sense of that much-abused term.
Strana 326 - Poem, its claims to consideration can uot be denied, as it comprises a great many beauties not discoverable in " The Song of Hiawatha," besides several Indian names which were therein omitted.
Strana 331 - WOODWORTH, WR BIGELOW, FREEMAN UPHAM. MH MORSE, HORATIO N. TOWER. PW TAFT, SD HARDING, I have carefully examined the " Carpenter's Assistant and Rural Architect," and believe it to be a work well adapted to meet the wants of the practical workman, being practical in its character, and valuable for the perspicuity of its arrangement, clearness of its designs, and brevity of its explanations. I would most cheerfully recommend it to the patronage of carpenters and students.