Historia Litteraria: Or, An Exact and Early Account of the Most Valuable Books Published in the Several Parts of Europe, Bind 3

Archibald Bower
N. Prevost, 1732

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Side 30 - We see not our signs : there is no more any prophet: neither is there among us any that knoweth how long.
Side 319 - Let your women keep silence in the churches ; for it is not permitted unto them to speak : but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law. 35 And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home ; for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.
Side 483 - a complete collection of the Roman inscriptions and sculptures, which have hitherto been discovered in Britain, with the letters engraved in their proper shape, and proportionate size, and the reading placed under each ; as also an historical account of them, with explanatory and critical observations.
Side 91 - J for the Grace of God, that bringeth Salvation, hath appeared unto all men, teaching us, that denying Ungodlinefs and worldly lufts, we fhould live foberly, righteoufly and godly in this prefent world...
Side 483 - Table, so far as they relate to this Island, with particular Essays on each of these ancient Authors, and the several Places in Britain mentioned by them: to which are added a chronological table and indexes to the...
Side 587 - He used to thank the gods for three things ; that he was born a reasonable creature, and not a beast ; a man, and not a woman ; a Greek, and not a Barbarian.
Side 319 - Think not that I am Come to deftroy the law, or the prophets : I am not come to deftroy, but to fulfil.
Side 389 - I began with thundering Jove, And all th' immortal powers; but Love, • Love smil'd, and from my' enfeebled lyre Came gentle airs, such as inspire Melting love and soft desire.
Side 324 - His feet was as it were a work of sapphire slabs, and as it were the appearance of the firmament of heaven in its purity.
Side 388 - 'll sing of Heroes, and of Kings ; In mighty Numbers, mighty things, Begin, my Muse ; but lo, the strings To my great Song rebellious prove ; The strings will sound of nought but Love. I broke them all, and put on new ; 'Tis this or nothing sure will do. These sure (said I) will me obey; These sure Heroick Notes will play.

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