G. Bell and Sons, 1902 - 169 páginas

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Página 17 - Whereas my birth and spirit rather took The way that takes the town; Thou didst betray me to a ling'ring book, And wrap me in a gown.
Página 17 - Mr. Ireland, who was then chief master of that school ; where the beauties of his pretty behaviour and wit shined, and became so eminent and lovely in this his innocent age, that he seemed to be jmarked out for piety, and to become the care of heaven, and of a particular good angel to guard and guide him.
Página 17 - ... under the eye and care of his prudent Mother, and the tuition of a Chaplain or Tutor to him, and two of his Brothers, in her own Family (for...
Página 31 - Ye sons of Westminster, who still retain Your ancient dread of Busby's awful reign ; Forget at length your fears — your panic end — The monarch of this place is now a Fnind.
Página 27 - To learning and to loyalty were bred: For colleges on bounteous kings depend, And never rebel was to arts a friend. To these succeed the pillars of the laws; Who best could plead, and best can judge a cause.

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