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Side 278 - That live as if they had been run aground, And, when they die, are cast away, and drown'd ; That dwell in ships, like swarms of rats, and prey Upon the goods all nations...
Side 121 - It is a large one, far more great Than e'er was bred in Afric yet ; From which we boldly may infer, The Moon is much the fruitfuller. And, since the mighty Pyrrhus brought...
Side 81 - He that complies against his will, Is of his own opinion still ; Which he may adhere to, yet disown, For reasons to himself best known ; But 'tis not to b
Side 253 - em in good rents and lands ; Discharge all costly offices, The doctor's and the lawyer's fees, The hangman's wages, and the scores Of caterpillar bawds and whores ; Discharge all damages and costs Of Knights and Squires of the Post ; All statesmen, cutpurses, and padders, And pay for all their ropes and ladders ; All pettifoggers, and all sorts Of markets, churches, and of courts ; All sums of money paid or spent, With all the charges incident, Laid out, or thrown away, or given To purchase this...
Side 149 - What is the nat'ral cause why fish, That always drink, do never piss ; Or whether in their home, the deep, 'By night or day they ever sleep \ If grass be green, or snow be white, But only as they take the light ? Whether possessions of the Devil, Or mere temptations, do most evil \ What is 't, that makes all fountains still Within the earth to run up hill ; so But on the outside down again, As if th' attempt had been in vain ? Or what's the strange magnetic cause, The steel or loadstone's drawn,...
Side 180 - tis plagued, to be the less concern'd. Twice have we seen two dreadful judgments rage, Enough to fright the stubborn'st-hearted age; The one to mow vast crowds of people down, The other (as then...
Side 126 - To th' engine, but immediately He found a mouse was gotten in The hollow tube, and, shut between The two glass windows in restraint Was...
Side 11 - For loyalty is still the same Whether it win or lose the game ; True as the dial to the sun, Although it be not shin'd upon.