3 edition of Sentimental lucubrations. By Peter Pennyless found in the catalog.
Sentimental lucubrations. By Peter Pennyless
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1983. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 127, no. 5).
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 127, no. 5.|
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|Number of Pages||196|
I was obliged to take the middle place: but this did not put me out of temper. The world is a state of turmoil. I have not deserved this treatment. Lady Lucretia Pisani was tall, of a dignified form, and uncommonly beautiful. You set yourself as a spy upon my actions; but bitterly shall you repent your insolence.
His manner was kind, attentive, and humane. In these hints I began with my third volume, then proceeded to my second, and last of all grappled with the first. Brian Bentham had connexion with the founder of the Aldgate Charity, Sir John Cass, and with many other distinguished people. Everything which is described is a pure truth.
Thompson, E. He recommended some other works, of the propriety of reading which my father doubted. Falkland is the principal agent in my history; and Mr. Politics were excluded.
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When I had amused myself with the instrument for some minutes, a train of reflection came across me; the result was an abhorrence of the invention, coupled with a feeling not far short of abhorrence Sentimental lucubrations.
By Peter Pennyless book the inventor and donor. By this sort of fineering he converts without loss of time or hindrance of business an unmarketable commodity into one which from its general effect and spirit is not likely to disgrace those among which it is placed.
Inchbald, Amelia Opie, with the lady immortalized by Shelley as Maria Gisborne, and with those literary sisters, Sophia and Harriet Lee, authors of the "Canterbury Tales," has a certain sentimental interest.
That this is the real cause has been a thousand times proved; and, it is now so acknowledged by the creatures of the Government themselves. Political Register, Friends and Fellow Countrymen, Whatever the pride of rank, of riches, or of scholarship, may have induced some men to believe, or to affect to believe, the real strength and all the resources of a country, ever have sprung and ever must spring, from the labour of its people; and hence it is, that this nation, which is so small in numbers and so poor in climate and soil compared with many others, has, for many ages, been the most powerful nation in the world: it is the most industrious, the most laborious, and, therefore, the most powerful.
Fleetwood Peterborough, Ont. Falkland, with uncontrollable impatience, "you want to ruin me. Your caputs, and heads of colleges, care less than any body else about these questions.
One instance, among many, of his manner of conducting himself among this proud and high-spirited people it may be proper to relate. The analogy holds with the French peasants.
Everything I wrote fell dead-born from the press. Letting an individual contributor forgo anonymity was one thing. Time, I take for granted, has not freshened it.
Nor rank, nor order, nor condition, Imperial, lowly, or patrician, Shall, when they see this volume, cry, "The satirist has pass'd us by:" But, with good humour, view our page Depict the manners of the age. For, there can exist no riches and no resources, which they by their labour, have not assisted to create.
The farmer, whose corn is half destroyed, gains nothing by selling the remaining half for double the price at which he would have sold the whole.
This was a Mrs Archer, to whom I was taught to Sentimental lucubrations. By Peter Pennyless book homage, under the appellation of Aunt Archer; the auntship consisting in that her husband Sentimental lucubrations.
By Peter Pennyless book had for a first wife a sister of my grandmother. On the second day he returned it with a note to this purpose: "I return you your manuscript, because I promised to do so. There is to be sure one drawback to Tom's good qualities, but it is the natural attendant upon a high flow of animal spirits: if any mischief is on foot, Tom is certain to be concerned, and ten to one but he is the chief contriver: to be seen in his company, either a short time previous to, or quickly afterwards, although perfectly innocent, is sure to Sentimental lucubrations.
By Peter Pennyless book a suspicion of guilt with the masters, which not unusually involves his companions in trouble, and sometimes in unmerited punishment.
Dick is the son of an eminent solicitor in a borough town, who has raised himself into wealth and consequence by a strict attention to the principles of interest: sharp practice, heavy mortgages, loans on annuity, and post obits, have strengthened his list of possessions till his influence is extended over half the county.
Return from Crichoff. The sound of it thrilled my very vitals. I myself stood in no inconsiderable awe of him. As he was the reviewer of Scott and Byron, letters addressed to him by his editor are intrinsically interesting.
It stood in the place of all the world to me. My station was in that part of the house which was appropriated for the reception of books, it being my duty to perform the functions of librarian as well as secretary. I can here play the gentleman, enact the student.
Whom next shall we summon from the dusty dead, in whom common qualities become uncommon? Perhaps we cannot dismiss him better than with the pious ejaculation of C. They are, as they pretend, the virtuous part of the people, because they are quiet; as if virtue consisted in immobility!
The cause of Reform, which had never ceased to have supporters in England for a great many years, now acquired new life, and the Reformers urged the Parliament to grant reform, instead of going to war against the people of France. To be plain, he is not desirous of any higher honorary distinction than the good opinion of his readers.
He made a call the other morning at our friend M. It was a voyage par terre et par mer.The lower classes looked to him as an indulgent friend, and from his position, though of barely competent income, he associated with the principal persons of the county: among these were John the “Book” Duke of Roxburgh, whose judicial substitute he was, and with whom I had the honour of taking my second day’s dinner in London, and being.
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