British Theatre, Volume 24

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Page 39 - Cole. Oh, it was a wonderful work. There had I been tossing in a sea of sin, without rudder or compass. And had not the good gentleman piloted me into the harbour of grace, I must have struck against the rocks of reprobation, and have been quite swallowed up in the whirlpool of despair. He was the precious instrument of my spiritual sprinkling...
Page 5 - Distress'd alike, the statesman and the wit, When one a borough courts, and one the pit. The busy candidates for power and fame, Have hopes, and fears, and wishes, just th« same ; Disabled both to combat, or to fly, Must hear all taunts, and hear without reply.
Page 43 - Nebuchadnezzar Zebulon, in the Old Jewry, but it happened to be Saturday ; and they never touch on the Sabbath, you know. Sir Geo. Why, what the the devil can I do ? Tram.

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