Critical Essays on John Milton (Critical Essays on British

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The Faerie Queene: Disposed Into Twelve Bookes Fashioning

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Next to the mainland we also have North Ireland as part of the UK. This has a lot to do with having an ear for it. There are two levels of achievement: the ordinary level and the higher level. The fisheries in the distant Highlands and Isles, under the management of an enlightened Board, have at length accomplished what was long the warmest wish of British patriots, and have driven the Dutch out of all rivalry in this great branch of national industry.

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Haiku on the steppe

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Of utmost importance, the government made it possible for many of Ireland's sons and daughters to receive an education at state expense. Her hotel was used by thousands of visitors from overseas, including many of America's most prominent politicians and millionaires, who were taken to the Cavendish by trusted friends in London for discreet afternoon sessions of tea and crumpet. Kilkenny, a parliamentary seat in the mid-14th century, has a population of approximately 10,000.

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Collected Poems (Salt Modern Poets)

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When we therefore find that this unfortunate prince is accused---1st, of having entered into this expedition without foreseeing the personal dangers to which he must be exposed---2d, of taking care, in carrying it on, not to expose his person to the fire of the enemy---3d, of abandoning it when he had ten times more hope of success than when he left Paris, we are inclined to compare what the Chevalier has averred on these three points with what is elsewhere stated by himself and other authorities.

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John Donne: The Critical Heritage: Volume II (Critical

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I mentioned the restrictions, and, as I conceive them, degrading incapacities inflicted on our Revenue Boards,---I might extend the same observations to the regulations in the Stamp-Office; ---and I remember, when these were in progress, that it was said in good society, that the definitive instructions (verbal, I believe) communicated to the able officer upon whom the examination and adjustment of the alterations in that department devolved, and who was sent down hither on purpose, were to this purport:---``That he was to proceed in Scotland without more regard to the particular independence of that country than he would feel in Yorkshire.'' These, however, were matters interesting the general revenue---the servants of the Crown had a right to regulate them as they pleased.

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The Poetic Art of A. E. Housman: Theory and Practice

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But, at the same time, it often happens that this disposition leads me to speak useful, though unpleasant truths, when more prudent men hold their tongues and eat their pudding. Also provided was a telephone line, free rental of the line for two years, and five hours of free Internet access. In one case, an unseaworthy ship full of Irish sailed out of port then sank within sight of those on land who had just said farewell to the During the trans-Atlantic voyage, British ships were only required to supply 7 lbs. of food per week per passenger.

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The poetical works of Geoffrey Chaucer Volume 9

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It not only induces the roots to commence their usual and needful office of collecting the sap, but also secures them against the effect of storms of wind, which, blowing on trees transplanted in the ordinary way with a ball, makes them rock like a bowl in a socket, the ball, with the roots, having no communication with the pit except by adhesion. Let the scenery be as well painted, and made as impressive as a moderate sized stage will afford: but when the roof is raised to give the the scene painter room to pile Pelion upon Ossa; when the stage is widened that his forests may be extended, or deepened that his oceans may flow in space apparently interminable, the manager who commands these decorations is leaving his proper duty, and altering entirely the purpose of the stage.

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The Collected Poems 1956-1994 (The Oxford Poets)

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"'I am astonished,' said Miss Bingley, 'that my father should have left so small a collection of books. There are several moralists who have judged the amusements of the stage inimical to virtue--- there are many who conceive its exhibitions to be inconsistent with religious principle: to those this article can give no interest unless perhaps a painful one, and we must even say with old Dan Chaucer, ``Turn o'er the leaf and chuse another tale; For you shall find enough both great and small, Of storial thing that toucheth gentillesse, And eke morality and holiness.'' Where the scruples of such dissidents from public opinion are real, we owe them all possible respect; when they are assumed for a disguise in the sight of man, they will not deceive the eye which judgeth both Publican and Pharisee.

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Raag Leaves for Paresh Chakraborty

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The Tories said on Sunday night that votes confirmed the trend in some local elections with Labour failing to do well in general election target seats, such as Swindon, Stroud, Peterborough, South Pembrokeshire, Basildon, and North Warwickshire. We remember the old playhouse, and cannot but regret that the plan had not been, in point of extent at least, exactly followed. The British and Irish Association for Practical Theology is an active forum for practitioners, teachers and researchers in the broad field of practical and pastoral theology.

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Jonah

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All that is abstractedly poetical, all that is above the comprehension of the merest peasant, is apt to escape in frequent recitation; and the _lacun ,_ thus created, are filled up either by lines from other ditties, or from the mother wit of the reciter or singer. Brandon (953 m/3,127 ft), near Killarney, and, 64 km (40 mi) south of Dublin, Lugnaquillia (926 m/3,039 ft). Ferguson, says in a letter to me, that Mr. There was an elective monarchy in Poland, but this became extinct when Poland was partitioned between Prussia, Russia and Austria.

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