3 edition of The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty found in the catalog.
The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty
|Other titles||The head of Nile, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 445:21|
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|Number of Pages||44|
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The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty: in a dialogue between Whigg and :// The head of Nile, or, The turnings and windings of the factious since sixty in a dialogue between Whigg and Barnaby.
By or Thomas Baker. Abstract. 44 uted to Thomas Baker. uction of original in Huntington Library (The Head of the Nile: or the Turnings and Windings of the Factious Since Sixty [London, ]) 52 Bray, William, ed, Diary of John Evelyn (London, ), II, 53 Clarke, James Stanier, compiler, The Life of James II (London, ), I, 22 DEEP WA TERS.
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was very clear, since it was plainly settled by a solemn will, and was supported by family ties and by the general consent of the Spanish nation; yet it was stoutly contested by all Europe, and produced a general coalition against the legitimate :// Museum (about eight inches high), No.
/, from Pompeii. Being mounted on a stand, its purpose is evidently the same as the plain open hand ().Jorio has nothing whatever to say about this position, henceforward called that of the Mano a gesture by the common people it is not used at all, but is evidently left for the priests alone, being specially the attitude of our The Course of Nile is like a Circle; it encompasses Gojam, but so, that it never returns back to its Head, making directly to Sennar.
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From the beginning of the world to the Birth of Christ, in the accompt of Beroaldus, are yeers; in the computation of the Genevians; in the esteem of Luther, and in the calculation of Melanchthon, between whom and Beroaldus (being the least and the greatest) there is but years difference, which in so long a course of F Or bestowing some, vacant hour.
(by that excellent Personages direction, to whom I am equally obliged for my Employment and my Leasure) in an attempt so agreeable to the Lord Verulam 's judgement, which may be seen in the next page; and so pursuant of Sir Robert Naunton 's designe, which may be traced in the following Book; Another person's abilities might have gained applause, and The Catacombs are excavated in the volcanic rock which abounds in the neighborhood of Rome.
It is a granulated, grayish breccia, or tufa, as it is called, of a coarse, loose texture, easily cut with a knife, and bearing still the marks of the mattocks with which it was the firmer volcanic rock of Naples the excavations are larger and loftier than those of Rome; but the latter, although [ iii ] P R E F A C E.
_____ THE subject of the "Holy Priesthood," is one of magnitude and immense moment to every biblical student, especially those who belong to the society of which the author of the following work is a member, and one that diffuses new light over the whole face of the sacred volume.
It enables the inquirer after truth to understand the manner in which God always has, and For the Temple: A Tale of the Fall of Jerusalem. By G.A.
Henty Had the whole Jewish nation joined in the desperate resistance made by a section of it to the overwhelming strength of Rome, the world would have had no record of truer patriotism than that displayed by this small people in their resistance to the forces of the mistress of the :// The occasion of the production of the series of papers signed Novanglus, in the Boston Gazette ofis given in the Diary1 of the author.
A writer for the government, under the signature of Massachusettensis, supposed by Mr. Adams to be Jonathan Sewall, but who is now understood to have been Daniel Leonard, had made some impression upon public opinion in :// The Historical Library of Diodorus the Sicilian/Book I.
It is the greatest of all other rivers, and runs through many countries, and therefore has many large turnings and windings, sometimes making its way to the east and Arabia, and then again to the west and Llbya.
and therefore that none can ever find out the head-springs of the. Antoine Simon le Page du Pratz. The History of Louisiana. THE HISTORY OF LOUISIANA, OR OF THE WESTERN PARTS OF VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA: Containing a Description of the Countries that lie on both Sides of the River Missisippi: With an Account of the SETTLEMENTS, INHABITANTS, SOIL, CLIMATE, and PRODUCTS.
Translated from the French Of M. Le PAGE Du ~bmagee/louisiana_anthology/texts/du_pratz/du_pratz--history_of.As his head nodded forward on his breast, Mercury with one stroke cut his neck through, and tumbled his head down the rocks. O hapless Argus! the light of your hundred eyes is quenched at once!
Juno took them and put them as ornaments on the tail of her peacock, where they remain to this day. But the vengeance of Juno was not yet :// BOOK I.
EARLIER HISTORY OF THE NETHERLANDS UP TO THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY. Before we consider the immediate history of this great revolution, it will be advisable to go a few steps back into the ancient records of the country, and to trace the origin of that constitution which we find it possessed of at the time of this remarkable