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Title: Lima; or, Sketches of the capital of Peru, historical, statistical, administrative, commercial and moral
Year: 1866 (1860s)
Authors: Fuentes, Manuel Atanasio, 1820-1889
Subjects: Lima (Peru)
Publisher: London : Trübner & co.
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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Lasnier Jith imp Lcrneroer S C^.o.,, I i > J J < * J i)^*J J) J J LIMA. 20n The son ol a iiol)leinan used to pass the first years of his hfenmon^ :am/)as and imihitresses. Wlien no longer a baby, he never-theless still remained in the bands of the same class. Instead ofplaying at soldiers, at peg-lop, or kilc^-llying, his amusement con-sisted in dressing dolls; and, when grown older, he was allowed toplay at the alhirUo (little altar) and say mass. At ten years of age hewas unable to read, because .s//,v senores padres (his honourable pa-rents) being rich, there was no necessity to puzzle his lender brain.In summer the boy never went into the street, because the sunmight tan his delicate skin; in winter he was kept in doors lest heshould take cold; when it rained, for fear he should catch the ague ;and lastly, if the wind was high, he must not go out because thedust might be blown into his eyes. Being thus always in the societyof servants, the youth attained the age of twenty wi

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Title: "[Spain … Illustrated by Gustave Doré. Translated by J. Thomson.]"
Author: DAVILLIER, Jean Charles – Baron
Contributor: Doré, Gustave
Contributor: THOMSON, John – F.R.G.S
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10160.i.6."
Page: 488
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1881
Publisher: Bickers & Son
Edition: [Another edition.]
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 000878151

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Title: Pia desideria: or, Divine addresses, in three books
Year: 1702 (1700s)
Authors: Hugo, Herman, 1588-1629 Arwaker, Edmund, d. 1730 Frank Baker Collection of Wesleyana and British Methodism. NcD
Subjects: Christian life Emblems
Publisher: London, Printed for Henry Bonwicke ..
Contributing Library: Duke University Libraries
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vn may be purchasd at an eafy rate;Jut, oh! how kw bid any thing for That!Jnthinking Men ! who Earth to Heavn prefer,And fading Joys to endlefs Glory there!The Crime of fuch an inconfidrate ChoiceOught not pretend to Pardon7 evn in Boys -y For For They from Counters current Money know,Almoft as foon as they have learnt to go:But Men (oh fhame) prize counterfeit DelightsBefore the Joys to which kind Heavn invites. Oh! for fome Artifl to retrieve their fenfe*Ere more degrees of Folly they commence I But by Heavns piercing Eye we are defcryd,Which does our Sins with Follies Mantle hide.Hes pleasd to wink at Errors too in me,And feeing feems as tho he did not fee.He knows Ive but a (lender flock of Wit^And want a Guardian too to manage it,O then, fome kind Trotettion^ Lord, affignThis Ideot Sod! But twill be beft in Thine. Chryfoft OS) Chryfoft. in Joann. Horn. 4. *hey are no better than Fools^ who areever^ as it were^ dreaming of earthlythings^ and of fhort continuance. III. Have <i6)

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Oprmy 7wsJ arc vcxsP.Fj^lk z .P IS ( i7) III. lave mercy upon me, 0 Lord, for I am weak : 0Lord, heal me, for my Bones are vexed, Pfal.vi. 2. ^Hall my juft Grief be querulous, or mute,J Full of Difeafe, of Phyfick deftitute ?thought thy Love fo conftant heretofore,hat Vows wereneedlefs to confirm me more :,nd canlt thou now abfent, and flight my Pain ?t7hat fault of mine has causd this cold Difdain f O belt Phyfician of my hve-Jick Soul,i/hofe fight alone will make thy Patient whole;hou who hail causd, can9 ft thou forget my Grief,/hich only from its Author leeks Relief? ShoWd they whofe Art gave dying Fame nevfi breath,nd r efcrfd their furviving Names from Death :hey in whofe fight no bold Difeafe durft ft and,Ht trembling vaniftd at their leaft command,hey who each Simples forfnigb Virtue knew,}ndto their ends coud well apply them too: G Sko;id ( i8) Should they their Skill in tedious Confute try, All, all woifd fail to eafe my mifery ; All their Frefcriptions without Thine are va

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