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Side 85 - to employ them in the siege. Only the trees which thou knowest that they be not trees for meat, thou shalt destroy and cut them down; and thou shalt build bulwarks against the city that maketh war with thee, until it be subdued.
Side 447 - And thou shalt bind them for a sign upon thine hand, and they shall be as frontlets between thine eyes.
Side 177 - have in the inside a row of eight pins one above another, from top to bottom ; the tankards hold two quarts, so that there is a gill of ale, i, e. half a pint Winchester measure, between each pin. The first person that drank was to empty the tankard to the first peg or pin; the second
Side 142 - O! may my Guardian, while I sleep, Close to my bed his vigils keep; His love angelical instill; Stop all the avenues of ill; " May he celestial joys rehearse,
Side 8 - There is an hexameter verse in the New Testament: "Husbands, love your wives, and be not bitter against them." Col. iii. 19. But this does not run so well as the following: \ " Benjamin immortal Jonson, most highly *" renowned." This though is not accidental, but was made on purpose. The
Side 152 - this is the house belonging to the Lord, and the adjoining one is called the Haram, that is, the Ladies Apartment (for the name of Seraglio is peculiar to the Grand Signior), it has also a gallery running round it towards the garden,
Side 18 - Proverbs xxviii. 1 . The wicked flee when, no man pursueth; but the righteous are bold as a lion.
Side 208 - Harold says, in the five pieces of Runic poetry, p. 78, "I know how to perform eight exercises: I fight with courage: I keep a firm seat on horseback: I am skilled in swimming: I glide along the ice on skates : I excel in darting the lance: I am dexterous at the oar.