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The Life of Tymon of Athens

By: William Shakespeare

...d Braggerts of the Warre 1778 Deriue some paine from you. Plague all, 1779 That your Actiuity may defeate and quell 1780 The sourse of all... ...he gilded Newt, and eyelesse venom’d Worme, 1803 With all th’ abhorred Births below Crispe Heauen, 1804 Whereon Hyperions quickning fire doth...

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The Tragedy of Richard the Third

By: William Shakespeare

... Lord. 1778 Rich. At Crosby House, there shall you find vs both. 1779 Exit Catesby. 1780 Buck. Now, my Lord, 1781 What shall... ...illiam Brandon. 3861 Richm. Interre their Bodies, as become their Births, 3862 Proclaime a pardon to the Soldiers fled, 3863 That in ...

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The Second Part of Henry the Fourth

By: William Shakespeare

...with you: I haue three pound, to 1778 free Mouldie and Bull- calfe. 1779 Falst. Go- too: well. 1780 Shal. Come, sir Iohn, which... ...ple feare me: for they doe obserue 2508 Vnfather’d Heires, and loathly Births of Nature: 2509 The Seasons change their manners, as the Yeere ...

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The Winters Tale

By: William Shakespeare

...that way, & that he knew I warrant him. 1778 Clo. How do you now? 1779 Aut. Sweet sir, much better then I was: I can stand, 1780 a... ... Well with this Lord; there was not full a moneth 2872 Betweene their births. 2873 Leo. ’Prethee no more; cease: thou know’st 2874 He...

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The Life of Henry the Fifth

By: William Shakespeare

...h comming on, 1778 leauing their Wits with their Wiues: and then giue 1779 them great Meales of Beefe, and Iron and Steele; they 1780 will... ...e, and mangled Peace, 3022 Deare Nourse of Arts, Plentyes, and ioyfull Births, 3023 Should not in this best Garden of the World, 3024 Our ...

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The Pioneers Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna a Descriptive Tale

By: James Fenimore Cooper

...s it, a few years later, reduced to the humble office of a smoke-house. In 1779 an expedition was sent against the hostile Indians, who dwelt about a ... ... dows in the background. On the tomb were the names, with the dates of the births and deaths, of several individuals, all of whom bore the name of Gra... ... he may possess; but on one point we may be said to have differed from our births, and they, you know, occurred within two days of each other.” “I rea...

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Democracy in America

By: Alexis de Tocqueville

...hed in every parish, in which the results of public deliberations, and the births, deaths, and marriages of the citizens were entered;*** clerks were ... ...on of the laws; the town-clerk records all the town votes, orders, grants, births, deaths, and marriages; the treasurer keeps the funds; the overseer ... ...t Public de la France en matiere d’impots,” p. 654, printed at Brussels in 1779. 803 Tocqueville “… Every corporation and every community of citizens...

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The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge

By: Samuel Taylor Coleridge

...s and Sisters Coleridge: Poems To an Unfortunate Woman at the Theatre 1779 Maiden, that with sullen brow Sitt’st behind those virgins gay, Li... ... Eternity! - 325 - To Asra Coleridge: Poems The Second Birth There are two births, the one when Light First strikes the new-awaken’d sense — The o... ...he ne’er did plight) Of either sex and answerable mind Two playmates, twin-births of his foster-dame: — The one a steady lad (Esteem he hight) And...

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The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin with Introduction and Notes Edited

By: Charles W. Eliot

...st sons. When I searched the registers at Ecton, I found an account of their births, marriages and burials from the year 1555 only, there being no reg... ...es of defensive alliance, and of am ity and commerce; is received at court. 1779 Appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to France. 1780 Appoints Paul Jon...

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Life of Johnson

By: James Boswell

...love Williams; Desmoulins hates them both; Poll* loves none of them.’** IN 1779, JOHNSON gave the world a luminous proof that the vigour of his mind i... ...me. . . . ‘Mrs. Thrale waits in the coach. I am, dear Sir, &c., ‘March 13, 1779.’ ‘SAM. JOHNSON.’ This letter crossed me on the road to London, where ... ...acquainted with each other. I am, Sir, your most humble ser- vant, ‘May 3, 1779.’ ‘SAM. JOHNSON.’ Mr. Wesley being in the course of his minis- try at ... ...being soothed only by trifles.* Another of the same kind appears, ‘Aug. 7, 1779, Partem brachii dextri carpo proximum et cutem pectoris circa mamillam... ...ople die now than for- merly; so it is plain no more live. The register of births proves nothing, for not one tenth of the people of London are born t...

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