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“A Divine Child, a godsend, a touch of infanity, a bloomin 'yes”
“In my account of the affairs of the Thebans, I mentioned the infanity of Antiope, through the anger of Bacchusj and on what account fbe became the vi£bim of divine anger.”
“Charles I.; Scotland was mad, during the happier times of Charles II.; and France, who has had her fits of infanity before, is raving mad, at prefeno.”
“This was an aft of infanity in an old man of 75 years: - * - who recovered.”
“There was nothing peculiarly remarkable this day; but the general contemplation of infanity was very afFeft - ing.”
“He appears, in - deed, to have ftudied Don Quixote fo clofely, that he has really caught the honeft knight's infanity; he can ferioufly fpur up his Rozinante to aflault a windmill, which he takes for a fiant, — or a flock of fheep, which he fancies a formidable army,”
“The horror of this miferabie fituation was mod dreadfully aggravated to Donna Leonora, when ihc found her huiband began to difcovcr Itarts of infanity.”
Internet Archive: The British navigator [microform] : containing Captain Ellis's voyage to the northern frozen ocean : also the voyages of Captain Wood and Commodore Phipps, in search of a north-east passage : to which is prefixed, an account of the loss of the Saint Lawrence brigantine, which was wrecked on the island of Cape Breton, in the year 1780, and the miraculous escape of part of the crew
“The original affords a ftriking pidlure of literary infanity; but the imaginary powers, of the aftronojner, over the univerfe, are confined to the diftribution of rain and fun-fhine.”
“The Romans thought infanity, and all its dread - ful effeifis, were caufed by Ceres, or the Larvic.”
“Strangers to a fine are all other perfons in the world except parties and privies; and thefe alfo are bound by a fine, unlefs within five years after proclamations made, they interpofe their claim; provided they have then a prefent interell in the eftatc, and are not under the impediments of cither coverture, infancy, imprifonment, infanity, or abfence beyond fea; for perfons thus in - capacitated to profecutc their rights have five years allowed them to put in their claims, after fuch impediments are removed,”
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