Letters of the Late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to His Most Intimate Friends. With a Fragment in the Manner of Robelais. To which are Prefix'd, Memoirs of His Life and Family Written by Himself and Published by His Daughter, Mrs. Medalle, in Three Volumes. ...
Richter, 1776 - 260 halaman
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Halaman 133 - I am glad that you are in love — 'twill cure you at least of the spleen, which has a bad effect on both man and woman — I myself must ever have some Dulcinea in my head — it...
Halaman 5 - It was in this parish, during our stay, that I had that wonderful escape in falling through a mill-race whilst the mill was going, and of being taken up unhurt ; the story is incredible, but known for truth in all that part of Ireland, where hundreds of the common people flocked to see me.
Halaman 181 - I was placed in a family who judged ignorance the best and only security for obedience. A little reading and writing I got by unwearied application.
Halaman 40 - You have it in your power to make that, which is an amusement to yourself and others, useful to both : at least you should, above all things, beware of its becoming hurtful to either, by any violations of decency and good manners; but I have already taken such repeated liberties of advising you on that head, that to say more would be needless...
Halaman 182 - That subject, handled in your striking manner, would ease the yoke perhaps of many ; but if only of one, gracious God ! what a feast to a benevolent heart ! and sure I am you are an epicurean in acts of charity.
Halaman 2 - My birth-day was ominous to my poor father, who was, the day after our arrival with many other brave officers broke, and sent adrift into the wide world with a wife and two children...
Halaman 8 - York ; but he quarrelled with me afterwards, because I would not write paragraphs in the newspapers ; — though he was a party-man, I was not, and detested such dirty work, thinking it beneath me. From that period he became my bitterest enemy.
Halaman 8 - At her return she fell into a consumption ; — and one evening that I was sitting by her, with an almost broken heart to see her so ill, she said, ' My dear Laurey, I never can be yours, for I verily believe I have not long to live ! but I have left you every shilling of my fortune.