The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete Repository of All the Wonders, Curiosities, and Rarities of Nature and Art, from the Beginning of the World to the Present Year ... Including, Among the Greatest Variety of Other Valuable Matter in this Line of Literature (from an Illustrated Edition of the Rev. Mr. James Granger's Celebrated Biographical History) Memoirs and Portraits of the Most Singular and Remarkable Persons ...
R. S. Kirby, 1807
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Page 2612 - I have observed among all nations, that the women ornament themselves more than the men ; that, wherever found, they are the same kind, civil, obliging, humane, tender beings; that they are ever inclined to be gay and cheerful, timorous and modest.
Page 2372 - The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than such a space, supported on each side by ranges of columns and roofed by the bottoms of those, which have been broke off in order to form it; between the angles of which a yellow stalagmitic matter has exuded, which serves to define the angles precisely, and at the same time vary the colour with a great deal of elegance, and to render it still more agreeable, the whole is lighted from without...
Page 2372 - ... from without, and the air within, being agitated by the flux and reflux of the tides, is perfectly dry and wholefome, free entirely from the damp vapours with which natural caverns in general abound.
Page 2285 - ... of both which sciences his knowledge was entirely confined to theory. Even physic was not without a charm to allure his imagination, and he would talk of Galen, Hippocrates, and Paracelsus, with all the confidence and familiarity of a modern empiric.
Page 2611 - Sennar, and from thence westward in the latitude and supposed direction of the Niger, I told him, that was the route, by which I was anxious that Africa might, if possible, be explored. He said, he should think himself singularly fortunate to be trusted with the adventure. I asked him when he would set out.
Page 2350 - She might be about twenty- four or five years of age, a time of life when the bloom of beauty has generally fled the cheek in India ; but...
Page 2440 - Martin's making his i : mediate efcape, and no creature fhould know from Mr. Wilkes how the affair happened. Upon this they parted ; but Mr. Martin came up again in two or three minutes to Mr. Wilkes, offering him a fecond time his affiftance ; but Mr.
Page 2355 - It is impossible, for there is but one in the world; that is in the Grand Signior's library at Constantinople, and is the seventh book on the second shelf on the right hand as you go in.