The East Anglian: Or, Notes and Queries on Subjects Connected with the Counties of Suffolk, Cambridge, Essex and Norfolk, Volume 3

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Page 162 - In wedlock bands all ye who join ; with hands your hearts unite ; So shall our tuneful tongues combine to laud the nuptial rite.
Page 104 - I mean the right of marriage (maritagium, as contradistinguished from matrimonium) which in its feudal sense signifies the power which the lord or guardian in chivalry had of disposing of his infant ward in matrimony. For, while the infant was in ward, the guardian had the power of tendering him or her a suitable match, without disparagement, or inequality : which if the infants...
Page 348 - And now your view upon the ocean turn, And there the splendour of the waves discern ; Cast but a stone, or strike them with an oar, And you shall flames within the deep explore ; Or scoop the stream phosphoric as you stand, And the cold flames shall flash along your hand ; When, lost in wonder, you shall walk and gaze On weeds that sparkle, and on waves that blaze.
Page 213 - ROGERS (Thomas) THE FAITH, DOCTRINE, AND RELIGION, PROFESSED, AND PROTECTED IN THE REALME OF ENGLAND, AND DOMINIONS OF THE SAME.
Page 225 - Go ye after him through the city, and smite: let not your eye spare, neither have ye pity: Slay utterly old and young, both maids, and little children, and women: but come not near any man upon whom is the mark; and begin at my sanctuary.
Page 104 - ... 4. THESE payments were only due if the heir was of full age ; but if he was under the age of twenty-one, being a male, or fourteen, being a female', the lord was entitled to the wardship of the heir, and was called the guardian in chivalry. This wardship consisted in having...
Page 361 - Hoys, pinks, and sloops ; brigs, brigantines, and snows ; Nor angler we on our wide stream descry, But one poor dredger where his oysters lie : He, cold and wet, and driving with the tide, Beats his weak arms against his tarry side, Then drains the remnant of diluted gin, To aid the warmth that languishes within; Renewing oft his poor...
Page 360 - No; cast by Fortune on a frowning coast, Which neither groves nor happy valleys boast; Where other cares than those the Muse relates, And other shepherds dwell with other mates; By such examples taught, I paint the Cot, As Truth will paint it, and as Bards will not...
Page 359 - There were no lights without, and my good man, To kindness frighten'd, with a groan began To talk of Ruth, and pray ! and then he took The Bible down, and read the holy book ; For he had learning : and when that was done We sat in silence — whither could we run We said — and then rush'd frighten'd from the door, For we could bear our own conceit no more...
Page 162 - I to the Church the living call, and to the grave do summon all, AR 1728.

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