The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

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Page 140 - Street, and passed the house of Mr. Read, the father of my future wife. She was standing at the door, observed me, and thought with reason, that I made a very singular and grotesque appearance.
Page 573 - I have given suck, and know How tender 'tis to love the babe that milks me: I would, while it was smiling in my face, Have pluck'd my nipple from his boneless gums, And dash'd the brains out, had I so sworn as you Have done to this.
Page 190 - Alas ! thofe fhrinking friends decline, Nor longer own that form divine, With fear they mark the following cry, And from the lonely Trembler fly, Or backward drive her on the coaft, Where peace was wreck'd, and honour loft.
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Page 164 - Majesty has taken the necessary steps to maintain the honour of his crown and to vindicate the rights of his people ; and His...
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Page 43 - I beg all those whom I have offended, through inadvertency, (for I do not recollect having ever intentionally offended any one) and also those to whom I may have given a bad example, to forgive me for the evil which such conduct may have produced. I beseech all those who are endowed with charity, to join their prayers with mine, to obtain of God the pardon of my iniquities. I pardon, with my whole heart, those who have become my enemies without cause, and I pray God to pardon them; as also those...
Page 100 - Women, says a female pen, Are, to do every thing as well as Men. To think, to argue, to decide, to write, To talk, undoubtedly — perhaps, to fight. [For Females march to war, like brave Commanders, Not in old Authors only — but in Flanders.] I grant this matter may be strain 'd too far, And Maid 'gainst Man is most uncivil war: I grant, as all my City friends will say, That Men should rule, and Women should obey...

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