2 edition of The Drunkard"s looking-glass: or, A short view of their present shame and future misery. found in the catalog.
The Drunkard"s looking-glass: or, A short view of their present shame and future misery.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 40092.|
|Contributions||Weems, M. L. 1759-1825.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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d.]. A short view of their present shame and future misery. book Drunkard's looking glass: or, A short view on their present shame and future misery [n. d.]. Created / Published. The Drunkard's looking-glass: or, A short view of their present shame and future misery: Published in love to those concerned ; and recommended to them as a tender caution, to avoid the same excess.
The Drunkard's looking-glass: or, A short view of their present shame and future misery.: Published in love to those concerned ; and recommended to them as a tender caution, to avoid the same excess.
The drunkard's looking glass reflecting a faithful Moral and physical thermometer. A scale of the progress of temperance and intemperanceliquors with effects in their usual order. by A looking glasse for drunkards: or, The hunting of drunkennesse: Wherein drunkards are vnmasked to the view of the world.
Very conuenient and vsefull. The Drunkard's looking-glass: or, A short view of their present shame and future misery. Published in love to those concerned; and recommended to them as a tender caution, to avoid the same excess. Published: (). Jan 24, · I was in misery on a bed of sickness for six months, and when I was discharged the first thing I did I confessed, and took the sacrament in the regular way and became a man again.
Osip Varlamitch saw me off home and exhorted me: 'Remember, Matvey, that anything above the ordinary is of the devil.' so as to endure this shame not now, but. Our daughters' several dowers, that future strife May be prevented now. The princes, France and Burgundy, 45 Great rivals in our youngest daughter's love, Long in our court have made their amorous sojourn, And here are to be answer'd.
Tell me, my daughters (Since now we will divest us both of rule, Interest of territory, cares of state), The temperance cause: past, present and future. (Chicago, Church, Goodman & Cushing, ), by Charles Jewett (page images at HathiTrust) The wine of the Bible, and the Bible use of wine.
BLACK BEAUTY The Autobiography of a Horse by Anna Sewell [English Quaker — ] Note: ‘Black Beauty’ was originally published in This etext was transcribed from an American edition of Some small corrections were made, after being confirmed against other sources. To my dear and honored Mother, whose life, no less than her.
Orlando had become a woman--there is no denying it. But in every other respect, Orlando remained precisely as he had been. The change of sex, though it altered their future, did nothing whatever to alter their identity. Their faces remained, as their portraits prove, practically the same.
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KING LEAR Kent, on thy life, no more. KENT My life I never held but as a pawn To wage against thy enemies; nor fear to lose it, Thy safety being the motive. KING LEAR Out of my sight. KENT See better, Lear; and let me still remain The true blank of thine eye. KING LEAR Now, by Apollo,--KENT Now, by Apollo, king, Thou swear'st thy gods in vain.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Introduction to Book I. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are in themselves exceedingly brief, less than ten pages of large type in the original. Yet they contain the essence of practical wisdom, set forth in admirable order and detail.
The theme, if the present interpreter be right, is the great regeneration, the birth of the spiritual from the psychical man: the same theme which Paul so wisely.
The family consisted of the mother, a tall, spare, refined lady, with short hair, a short jacket, and a flat-looking skirt in the English fashion, and three daughters who, when they were spoken of, were called not by their names but simply: the eldest, the middle, and the youngest.
When we pay a continual and universal respect to the will of the Lord, then we shall be able to look ourselves in the face in the looking glass of the law, and we shall not blush at the sight of men or devils, however eager their malice may be to lay somewhat to our charge.
Many suffer from excessive diffidence, and this verse suggests a cure. MOKSHAMALA - English Translation. all the advisers and officers of the King held their heads low in shame and none could say a word. Then Abhayakumar said - ' I had not arranged this skill to pain you at all but just to teach you a lesson.
similar other calamities are now at present and will come in future on this Dharma Tirtha. Long since at the commencement of the reign of her present Gracious Majesty, it chanced 'on a fair summer evening,' as Mr. James would say, that three or four young cavaliers were drinking a cup of wine after dinner at the hostelry called the 'King's Arms,' kept.
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For many years a very heavy. The knowledge that we have of God for the present is obscure and slender, in comparison with the glorious view that we shall have on occasion of Christ’s last coming. At the same time, He presents Himself to us at present, so as to be seen by us, and openly beheld, in so far as is for our advantage, and in so far as our capacity admits of.
As for the future, they say, "Let it take care of itself." As for eternity, they leave others to care for its realities; the present life is enough for them. Their motto is, "Let us feast and drink, for tomorrow we die!" They have no forethought for their eternal state—the present hour absorbs them.
There is a book more difficult to read than all human books, however hard they are. There is a language harder to decipher than all the dialects of human speech. It is the book of "time and judgment" — the volume of God's providential dealings with men; to read His.
Beware of entering into this snare of the devil, if your hands are yet untainted by the pollution of filthy lucre, for there are mighty impediments to repentance for this sin. If you are entangled in these snares, remember that shame and poverty at present, are but painted misery in comparison of hell fire.
The Book That Will Suit You. Or, a Word for Every One. and secure it amidst all the storms and tempests of this mortal life. They see through the looking-glass of the Word, and see stretched before them, the nothing to present — but their sins, and lost and ruined persons.
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The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali are in themselves exceedingly brief, less than ten pages of large type in the original. Yet they contain the essence of practical wisdom, set forth in admirable order and detail. Online Library of Liberty. A collection of scholarly works about individual liberty and free markets.
A project of Liberty Fund, Inc. Bernard Mandeville, The Fable of. Books - Let's just take it a book at a time Books to read before you die. 55 Through the Looking Glass 56 Middlemarch 57 Around the World in Eighty Days 58 Far from the Madding Crowd The Goodreads Seasonal Challenge deserves a special mention as well for suggesting this book for one of their tasks (a book that is set at.
Blame not the drunkards, you who wine eschew, Had I but grace, I would abstain like you, And mark me, vaunting zealot, you commit A hundredfold worse sins than drunkards do.
What though 'tis fair to view, this form of man, I know not why the heavenly Artizan. It is very currently suggested that the modern man is the heir of all the ages, that he has got the good out of these successive human experiments.
I know not what to say in answer to this, except to ask the reader to look at the modern man, as I have just looked at the modern man-- in the looking-glass.
The history of Samson is surprising even in an extraordinary age. In several particulars he was the most distinguished of the Hebrew judges. And though never at the head of an army, nor on a throne, nor prime minister to any earthly potentate, it were difficult, perhaps impossible, to name another Hebrew that loved his country with more fervid devotion, or served it with a more hearty good.
[page] 24 THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES DARWIN. About this time, or as I hope at a somewhat earlier age, I sometimes stole fruit for the sake of eating it; and one of my schemes was ingenious. The kitchen garden was kept locked in the evening, and was surrounded by a high wall, but by the aid of neighbouring trees I could easily get on the coping.
It makes them feel their own weight, and will teach them to throw it into the opposite scale, when they find themselves deluded by their artful leaders; or when their artful leaders, disappointed Edition: current; Page: [viii] in the hopes of reward for their present exertions, shall excite them on some future panie, to associate in opposition.
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By studying them, with all the peculiarities of their time, we arrive at a profounder view of the truths and events to which their expressions and the story of their deeds may be applied in after-ages than if we regard them as the organs of sounds unintelligible to themselves.
and with no bearing on their. The nation was hastening to its doom. They were on the eve of that great catastrophe often predicted — the destruction of Jerusalem — their pride and glory, and the captivity. With this dismal prospect in view, and with present troubles pressing painfully upon them, they would not see in their own behaviour any reason for their suffering.
Therefore the propriety is in the English; and it is necessary for the Indians, as the case stands, for their present and future security and tranquillity, to receive the lands by grant from the English, who are a growing and potent people, comparatively to the Indians.
Edited by George Offor. ADVERTISEMENT BY THE EDITOR. The life of Badman is a very interesting description, a true and lively portraiture, of the demoralized classes of the trading community in the reign of King Charles II; a subject which naturally led the author to use expressions familiar among such persons, but which are now either obsolete or considered as vulgar.
Without Reincarnation Patanjali’s Aphorisms are worthless. Take No. 18, Book III, which declares that the ascetic can know what were his previous incarnations with all their circumstances; or No.
13, Book II, that while there is a root of works there is fructification in rank. The " etc." of the title-page must be accepted in its widest meaning. " The Book-Hunter and other things " is certainly a title broad enough to shelter any and all of the Page V PREFATORY NOTE.
vii topics that have been treated under it; for in fact it stops only just short of de omnibus rebus et quibusdam aliis. [The Soul] exists, it has a reality, it is produced permanently around, on, within the body by the functioning of a power that is exercised on those punished - and, in a more general way, on those one supervises, trains and corrects, over madmen, children at home and at school, the colonized, over those who are stuck at a machine and supervised for the rest of their lives.when the dying fetuses of soulless whores, combine their anguished cries into one, the masses will feel this truth in their very cores, come over thing A lack, a day, a lot, foresay, o springe beginneth to spray strawberries Sequins, song, dance, and grant, richard, geoffrey, you can always go uptown sex sex.Holbein's drunkards fill their glasses in a sort of frenzied desire to put aside the thought of Death, who, unseen by them, acts as their crowns will bring us aid for the present and peace of mind for the future." "Very good, father.
I will try to like her and make her like me." like a looking-glass. She's a child that's worth her.