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Great Gold Rush: A Tale of the Klondike, The

By: William Henry Pope Jarvis
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

By: Gilfillan

...THE POETICAL WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE Volume T wo With Memoir, Critical Dissertation, and Explanatory Notes,... ...te Electronic Classics Series Publication The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume Two is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. Thi... ...as an electronic transmission, in any way. The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope, Volume T wo, the Pennsylvania State University, Electronic Classics S... ...ity is an equal opportunity university. Contents THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF POPE.......................................................................... ....................................................... 131 VERSES LEFT BY MR POPE.......................................................................... ...s...................................306 7 The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope: V ol. 2 THE POETICAL WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE With Memoir, Critical Di... ...IUS AND POETR THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF POP Y OF POP Y OF POP Y OF POP Y OF POPE E E E E Few poets during their lifetime have been at once so much admi... ...ing their lifetime have been at once so much admired and so much abused as Pope. Some writers, des- tined to oblivion in after-ages, have been loaded ... ...he grave neglected, if not decried and depreciated. But it was the fate of Pope to combine in his single experience the extremes of detraction and fla...

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...Contents THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF POPE........................................................................................ 7 MORAL ESSAYS ........................................................................................................................

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History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy, Vol. 2

By: Niccolo Machiavelli

...and of the Affairs of Italy is an historical account by Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527). Toward the end of 1520, the Cardinal Giulio of Medici, later Pope Clement VII, offered Machiavelli the appointment to write a history of Florence. Although Machiavelli was reluctant to accept, accepting was at that time his only possible way to regain the good graces of the Medici. Doi...

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History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy, Vol. 1

By: Niccolo Machiavelli

...of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy is an historical account by Niccolò Machiavelli. Toward the end of 1520, the Cardinal Giulio of Medici, later Pope Clement VII, offered Machiavelli the appointment to write a history of Florence. Although Machiavelli was reluctant to accept, accepting was at that time his only possible way to regain the good graces of the Medici. Doi...

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The Devil‘S Legacy- to Earth Mortals. Being the Key Note to Black Arts!! Witchcraft, Devination , Omens, Forewarnings, Apparitions, Sorcery, Daemonology, Dreams, Predictions, Visions, And Compacts with the Devil!! with the Most Authentic History of Salem Witchcraft!

By: M. Young

...also that there was one who was her prince, but did not say whether he were the pope or the devil. It was suggested that she might be crazed; but a ... ...iplied daily, and there was added to the number Ann Putnam‘s mother, goodwives, Pope, Bibber and Goodall, maidens, Mary Walcott and Mary Lewis; als... ...iscourse, he explained some point of doctrine at considerable length, when Mrs. Pope said loudly, ―now take up some other point, the people have had...

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Abuse, Trauma, And Torture, And Their Consequences and Effects

By: Sam Vaknin

...Zetnik in his testimony in the Eichmann trial in Jerusalem in 1961. Kenneth Pope in "Torture", a chapter he wrote for the "Encyclopedia of Women and...

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Cousin Betty

By: Honoré de Balzac

...- tive of the illustrious house of Cajetani, which has given more than one Pope to the Christian Church, that I dedi- cate this short portion of a lon... ...o say?” answered Hulot. “Is this the way you receive me when I come like a Pope with my hands full of Indulgences? —Well, your husband will never be a...

...Excerpt: It is neither to the Roman Prince, nor to the representative of the illustrious house of Cajetani, which has given more than one Pope to the Christian Church, that I dedicate this short portion of a long history; it is to the learned commentator of Dante....

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The Note Book of an English Opium-Eater

By: Thomas de Quincey

......................................................................... 198 POPE’S RETORT UPON ADDISON ................................................... ...master of ped- antry! Get down, Schlosser, this moment; or let me get out. Pope, by far the most important writer, English or Conti- nental, of his ow... ... by name as unwor- thy of notice. The three works, selected as the gems of Pope’s collection, are the ‘Essay on Criticism,’ the ‘Rape of the Lock,’ an... ... which (with Dr. Johnson’s leave) is the feeblest and least interesting of Pope’s writings, being substantially a mere versification, like a met- rica... ...any cases; but not here. Imagine this Hun coming down, sword in hand, upon Pope and his Rosicrucian light troops, levying chout upon Sir Plume, and fl... ..., levying chout upon Sir Plume, and fluttering the dove-cot of the Sylphs. Pope’s ‘duty it was,’ says this demoniac, to ‘scourge the follies of good s... ...e claims of duty? Possibly; but it would not have satisfied Schlosser. And Pope’s guilt consists in having made his poem an idol or succession of pict... ...from a playful machin- ery, instead of converting it into a bloody satire. Pope, how- ever, did not shrink from such assaults on the aristocracy, if t... ...ces, and can imagine his countryman Zacharia equal to a com- petition with Pope. But this it may be right to add, that the ‘Rape of the Lock’ was not ...

................. 193 DRYDEN?S HEXASTICH............................................................................................................ 198 POPE?S RETORT UPON ADDISON .......................................................................................... 201...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...ps standardize The Treasure of Our Tongue, and Henry VIII’s first act as ―pope‖ orders and then funds the first printed English Bible. 17. Ottmar ... ... deeper into hiding. The “Morning Star” of the Reformation In 1428, the pope ordered Wycliffe‘s remains disinterred and burned on a bridge over th... ... a contemporary of Martin Luther (1483–1546). The king requested that the pope permit him to divorce his wife, who had failed to produce a male heir... ...nd tried to persuade him to let Bibles be published in English. When the pope refused to sanction this marriage, King Henry:  Married his mistre... ... state and the head of a new church. 22 King Henry‘s s first act as ―pope‖ was to order and then fund the first printed English Bible authorize...

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Terrorists and Freedom Fighters

By: Sam Vaknin

... freedom to every peasant who converts to Islam." Bosnian King Stefan Tomasevic to Pope Pius II "...The Porte treated him (the patriarch) as part ... ...sed in the Eucharist). But really it was a clash of authorities and interests - the Pope versus the patriarch of Constantinople, the Romans versus ...

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Life in Early Hawaii the Ahupuaa

By: Kamehameha Schools Press

...oduction; Sharlene Chun-Lum, editing; and Nancy Middlesworth, new illustration. The third edition was reorganized, designed, and produced by Barbara Pope Book Design. Clyde Imada of the Department of Natural Sciences / Botany at Bishop Museum updated the scientific nomenclature and other information about plants. Chieko Tachihata, Curator of the Hawaiian Collection at Ham...

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The Shadow of a Prince in History

By: Aurel Danescu

..., Ştefan cel Mare and Vlad Ţepeş was recognized and well appreciated by their contemporaries, the princes of Western countries and to Vatican, by the Pope himself. Aware of the Ottoman danger for the European countries, these three rulers insistently demanded to Vatican and Princes of other countries in Europe to help them in their campaigns against the Ottoman Empire. Exc...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Two

By: Thomas Carlyle

..., at Befort, Usez, Perpignan, at Nismes, and that incurable Avignon of the Pope’s: a continual crackling and sputter- ing of riots from the whole face... ...he Earth that has not the indubitablest right to excommunicate Talleyrand. Pope Pius has right and might, in his way. But truly so likewise has Father... ...tendant victims, mounts up in flame, and sinks down in ashes; a decomposed Pope: and right or might, among all the parties, has better or worse accomp... ...olish old rhyming Rene, the last Sovereign of Provence, bequeath it to the Pope and Gold Tiara, not rather to Louis Eleventh with the Leaden Virgin in... ...uis Eleventh with the Leaden Virgin in his hatband? For good and for evil! Popes, Anti-popes, with their pomp, have dwelt in that Castle of Avignon ri... ...Avignon and the Comtat were incorporated with France, and His Holiness the Pope should have what indemnity was reasonable. And so hereby all is amnest...

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The Caged Lion

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...tate of all, especially the monastic orders, who owned no superior but the Pope, and between the two rivals could avoid supervision altogether. Such m... ... must not bear.’ ‘Ah! but the people will give it; and our Holy Father the Pope, he will put thee into the canon of saints. Only pity that I cannot li... ..., and bearing the insignia of every rank and dignity that earth presented. Popes were there, with triple crown and keys, and fanned by peacock tails; ... ... would allow a sou to pass out of their grasp for so absurd a purpose; the Pope would give no license—above all to a vain girl, who had helped a wife ...

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The French Revolution a History

By: Thomas Carlyle

...ssed, at Bale, younger, in Ham. POMPIGNAN, President of National Assembly. POPE PIUS VI., excommunicates Talleyrand, his effigy burned. PRAIRIAL First... ...to assassinate Robespierre, guillotined. RENE, King, bequeathed Avignon to Pope. RENNES, riot in. RENWICK, last of Cameronians. REPAIRE, Tardivet du, ... ...burial of. ST. HURUGE, Marquis, bull-voice, imprisoned, at Versailles, and Pope’s effigy, at Jacobins, on King’s trial. ST. JUST in National Conventio...

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The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling

By: Henry Fielding

...inue the same metaphor, consists in the cookery of the author; for, as Mr. Pope tells us— True wit is nature to advantage drest; What oft ... ... too well entertained to be subject to the least drowsiness. He is, as Mr. Pope observes, Sleepless himself to give his readers sleep. To say t... ...ng. Chapter 11 In which a simile in Mr. Pope’s period of a mile introduces as bloody a battle as can possibly be fo... ...he proposal’s coming from the parent of either side. King Alcinous, in Mr. Pope’s Odyssey, offers his daughter to Ulysses. I need not caution so polit... ...u The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling by Henry Fielding 278 never read Pope’s Homer; who, I remember, now the gentle man mentions it, compares th... ...d in defence of Homer’s miracles; and it is perhaps a defence; not, as Mr. Pope would have it, because Ulysses told a set of foolish lies to the Phaea... ...le torn; but I have a great part of Stowe’s Chronicle; the sixth volume of Pope’s Homer; the third volume of the Spec tator; the second volume of Ech... ...; for no real security can ever be found against the persecuting spirit of Popery, when armed with power, except the depriving it of that power, as wo...

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Love and Friendship and Other Early Works Also Spelled Love and Freindship a Collection of Juvenile Writings

By: Jane Austen

...inding that he is at Naples has turned Roman-Catholic, obtained one of the Pope’s Bulls for annulling his 1st Marriage and has since actually married ...

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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. : A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty Queen Anne : Written by Himself : Book One

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...d mounted following it and preceding it. But ’twas in the height of the No-Popery cry; the folks in the village and the neighboring town were scared b... ...rwards in the habit of designating her. The country was then in a great No-Popery fervor; her ladyship’s known conversion, and her husband’s, the prie... ...eering round the coach, bawling out “The Bishops for ever!” “Down with the Pope!” “No Popery! no Popery! Jezebel, Jezebel!” so that my lord began to l... ... gate, through which the coach had just rolled, another cry begins, of “No Popery—no Papists!” My lord turns round and faces them once more. “God save... ...oes not speak of a woman as of a slave, and scorn and use her as such. Mr. Pope, Mr. Congreve, Mr. Addison, Mr. Gay, every one of ‘em, sing in this ke...

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The Portrait of a Lady

By: Henry James

...nstance, and the Sultan of Turkey! There were even moments when I envied the Pope of Rome—for the consideration 220 Portrait of a Lady he enjoys. I s... ...nd as they drew near the choir on the left of the entrance the voices of the Pope’s singers were borne to them over the heads of the large number of p... ...I like it in a church as little as anywhere else.” “You ought indeed to be a Pope!” Isabel exclaimed, remembering something he had referred to in Flor... ...nterest. “You seem to me to be always envying some one. Yesterday it was the Pope; today it’s poor Lord Warburton.” “My envy’s not dangerous; it would... ...ant to be them. You see it would destroy only myself.” “You’d like to be the Pope?” said Isabel. “I should love it—but I should have gone in for it ea...

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Unknown to History : A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

... whom I had to leave him at Cambridge, preaches to him of the perdition of Pope and Papists.” “If his mother were indeed a concealed Papist,” said Su-... ... mayhap not. I believe myself she would do anything short of disowning her Popery to get out of prison; but as matters stand I doubt me whether Cis—” ... ...uredly not. Moreover, what could she do with the poor child?” “Rear her in Popery,” exclaimed Susan, to whom the word was terrible. “Y ea, and make he... ...to com- prehend them, but they agreed in nothing but in their abuse of the Pope. At least so it seemed to my poor weak mind. But you are satisfied, ma... ...on- trived to borrow the picture under colour of getting it blessed by the Pope’s agent, and lent it to Mr. Secretary W alsingham, by whom it was priv... ...l that good might come, thinking Mary’s death alone could ensure them from Pope and Spaniard; but surely they descended into a lower depth of iniquity... ...ony Babington were in league to bring hither the Spaniards and restore the Pope, I have no manner of doubt on the word of both, but then they deem it—... ...n. He himself, being then, as he confessed, led astray by the delusions of Popery, had much commerce with the Queen’s party, and had learnt from some ...

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