The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine Volume 6

The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine Volume 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1800 edition. Excerpt: ... And tho' they understand not, answer Pitt Now crown the glass, bring more, and more Champagne. And lure my Maitland to these arms again? " This golden snuff-box, pledge of Maitland's love, Must: the sad solace of his absence prove. Yet, as my nose receives the pungent guest, Each pinch still vibrates to my vacant breast. Now crown the glass, bring more, and more Champagne, And lure my Maitland to these arms again! " These lines of Greek (hall grace my Maitland's speech, Which Parr once deign'd my studious youth to teach. Illustrious Parr! in whose prolific throat, Too thick for utterance, Greek quotations float; Oft have I wrapt in thick tobacco's gloom. Seen learned Dr. Parr a beast become; Rake slumbering volumes from their long repose, And from old Johnson seize the palm of cumbrous prose. Now crown the glass, bring more, and more Champagne, And lure my Maitland to these arms again. " Bring some clear cinders--wake the curling blaze--In vain we toast; in vain the voice we raise: No toast-master, this headstrong Lord reveres. No strains of modest Morris touch his ears: Now crown the glass, bring more, and more Champagne, And lure my Maitland to these arms again. ' Hark, the loud rattle speaks the coming coach. My itching f thumbs foretell his lov'd approach. " London frown. It is superfluous here to enter into the particulars of his Lordship's wish, to descend into office on the East side of Temple-bar, when he found he could not ascend into place on the West. The transaction is too recent to require any explanation of the passage alluding to it." f " Thumbs. It is impossible that this expression can be borrowed from the lines of Shakspeare, -When echoing waiters cry, my Lord, my Lord! His well known voice salutes my ravisli'd ear, (Or wine...show more

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  • Paperback | 270 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 485g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236673727
  • 9781236673725