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Página 353 - If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, and one of you say unto them ; Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled, notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body ; what doth it profit ? Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.
Página 360 - And, lastly (which alone would have merited the title that it bears, of the great charter), it protected every individual of the nation in the free enjoyment of his life, his liberty, and his property, unless declared to be forfeited by the judgment of his peers, or the law of the land.
Página 85 - These animals live not only in a kind of orderly society in their retreats in the mountains, but regularly once a year march down to the sea-side in a body of some millions at a time. As they multiply in great numbers, they...
Página 130 - Canute, the greatest and most powerful monarch of his time, sovereign of Denmark and Norway, as well as of England, could not fail of meeting with adulation from his courtiers ; a tribute which is liberally paid even to the meanest and weakest princes.
Página 85 - May to begin their expedition ; and then sally out by thousands from the stumps of hollow trees, from the clefts of rocks, and from the holes which they dig for themselves ..:• * Brown's Jamaica, p. 423. under the surface of the earth. At that time the...
Página 362 - English law likewise justifies a woman, killing one who attempts to ravish her (a) : and so too the husband or father may justify killing a man, who attempts a rape upon his wife or daughter : but not if he takes them in adultery by consent, for the one is forcible and felonious, but not the other (6).
Página 130 - ... while the tide was rising ; and as the waters approached, he commanded them to retire, and to obey the voice of him who was lord of the ocean.
Página 329 - ... two distinct tribunals ; the one ordinary, being a court of common law ; the other extraordinary, being a court of equity.
Página 63 - Jews, in the fineft ftrain of poetry, are reprefented as hanging their harps on the willows by the rivers of Babylon, and weeping their exile from their native country. Here Camoens continued fome time, till an opportunity offered to carry him to Goa.
Página 267 - The first prize was £.50, for which, being but newly acquainted with wealth, and thinking the influence of £.50 extremely great, he expected the first authors of the kingdom to appear as competitors ; and offered the allotment of the prize to the universities. But when the time came, no name was seen among the writers that had ever been seen before...