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For touches of genuine pathos , simplicity , and most highly - wrought interest ,
we make cuestion if any thing of the kind ever took precedency of the Stories of
this writer ; and their effect must be to raise their young author high in the rank of
... this service : he was lowered down at night from the bed . room window by
some sheets , plundered the tree , was drawn up with the pears , and then
distributed them among his schoolfellows without reserving any for himself . " He
only took ...
He paced the deck the whole remainder of the day , without being noticed by any
one ; and it was not till the second day that somebody , as he expressed it , “ took
compassion on him . " The pain which is felt when we are first transplanted from ...
navy ; and , with no unfriendly intentions , warned Nelson against a profession
which he himself had found hopeless . His uncle received him on board the
Triumph on his return , and discovering his dislike to the navy , took the best
means of ...
... they might have notice before the ice took the ground ; for , in that case , the
ships must instantly have been crushed or overset . On the 7th of August they
began to haul the boats over the ice , Nelson having command of the fouroared
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Southey is perhaps best known as the friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge in their early "Lake Poet" days who wrote some often denigrated but in my experience readable verse fantasies (the Curse of ... Прочетете пълната рецензия