The Strangers' Assistant & Guide to Bath: Containing an Account of the Situation of the Place; of the Hot Springs There ... Also an Account of the Public Amusements ... Public Buildings & Institutions ... Lists of the Medical Faculty ... Lodging-houses ...etc

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R. Cruttwell, 1773 - 96 Seiten
 

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Seite 37 - Cold are those hands, which, living, were stretched forth At friendship's call to succour modest worth. Here lies James Quin ! deign reader to be taught (Whate'er thy strength of body, force of thought, In nature's happiest mould however cast), To this complexion thou must come at last.
Seite 39 - Yet fhe had learn'd fo much of heaven below, That when arriv'd, fhe fcarce had more to know But only to refrefh the former hint ; And read her Maker in a fairer print. So pious, as fhe had no time to fpare For human thoughts, but was confin'd to pray'r.
Seite 37 - That tongue which set the table on a roar, And charm'd the public ear, is heard no more ! Clos'd are those eyes, the harbingers of wit Which...
Seite 38 - Her limbs were form'd with such harmonious grace : So faultless was the frame, as if the whole Had been an emanation of the soul...
Seite 77 - ... one moiety to the informer, and the other moiety to the poor of the parish where such offence shall be committed...
Seite 45 - II. AFTER the patient's cafe has been thus defcribed, and fent, he muft remain in his ufual place of refidence, 'till he has notice of a vacancy, fignified by a letter from the Regifter. III. UPON the receipt of fuch a letter, the patient muft fet forward for Bath, bringing with him...
Seite 41 - ... to servants mild ; to relations kind ; to the poor a friend ; to the stranger hospitable ; always caring how to please her husband, yet was her attention to the one thing needful. How few will be able to equal what all should endeavour to imitate.
Seite 38 - As thro a cryftal cafe the figur'd hours are feen. And heav'n did this tranfparent veil provide, Becaufe fhe had no guilty thought to hide. All white, a Virgin-faint, fhe fought the fkies: For marriage, tho it fullies not, it dies. High tho...
Seite 38 - One atom cou'd be mix'd of other clay. Such were the features of her heav'nly face, Her limbs were form'd with fuch harmonious grace: So faultlefs was the frame, as if the whole Had been an emanation...
Seite 21 - ... fupply of water; that which rifes one day being difcharged the next by drains into the river Avon made for that purpofe j by which the baths are always kept fweet and wholefome.

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