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Strana 415 - ... John Toland's A Collection of Several Pieces, printed in 1726. The excerpt exists in the form of a letter above which is inscribed this legend: "An Account of the Indians at Carolina."53 Toland describes the subject matter of the piece and disavows authorship as follows: Sir, The following abstract of a French Letter writ from Carolina, in the year 1688, being fall'n into my hands, I thought the account it gives of the honest Indians of that Country, w<ould not be unacceptable to you/'4 It is...
Strana 105 - ... meat, among which the Banstead Down mutton is the most relishing dainty. Thus to see the fresh and artless damsels of the plain, either accompanied by their amorous swains or aged parents, striking their bargains with the nice court and city ladies, who, like queens in a tragedy, display all their finery on benches before their doors...
Strana 105 - ... by their amorous swains or aged parents, striking their bargains with the nice court and city ladies, who, like queens in a tragedy, display all their finery on benches before their doors (where they hourly censure and are censured); and to observe how the handsomest of each degree equally admire, envy, and cozen one another, is to me one of the chief amusements of the place.
Strana 90 - Perfian carpets, and perfum'd with wild thyme and juniper, run thirty miles in length, tho' under different appellations, from Croydon to Farnham : and for fheep- walks, riding, hunting, raceing, Ihooting, with games of moft forts for exercife of the body or recreation of the mind, and a perpetual chain of villages within a mile of each other beneath, they arc no where to be parallel'd.
Strana 101 - Heaven here, tho' we may juftly be faid to be in Paradife : a place cohabited by innocence and guilt, by folly and fraud, from the beginning.
Strana 96 - India factory, and another while with the army in Flanders, or on board the fleet in the ocean ; nor is there any profession, trade, or calling that you can miss of here, either for your instruction or diversion. Fronting this, our Forum, as I may call it, there is another of these shades lately wrought over a paved walk of considerable length, called the New Parade.
Strana 97 - When you are on the top of the downs, 'tis one of the loveliest prospects imaginable to view in the vale below such an agreeable mixture of trees and buildings, that a stranger is at a loss to know whether it be a town in a wood or a wood in a town.
Strana 99 - Here every old man wifhcs himfclf young again, and the heart of every youth is captivated at once and divided between a thoufand deferving charms. A fairer circle was never feen at...