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“Mother, to be reviv'd, he himself coming along with her; so I had a Sight of my pretended Lover, and was presented to him by his Mother, as the”
“There was a little Bed, or Couch, on which she laid me, and gave me some good Liquor out of a Bottle; all which reviv'd me, and put me in a little Condition to examine her how she came and how long she had liv'd there.”
“Romances, Telemachus on the one Part, and Chaucer's Tales reviv'd on the other.”
“I have been reading the highly entertaining Sir Walter Scott reviv'd.”
“I want it reviv'd, plugged until Hell wouldn't have it, and on everybody's lips.”
“_ My better Genius, thou hast reviv'd my drooping Soul: I'll about it instantly.”
“Their first Attempt was a reviv'd Play call'd Abdelazar, or the Moor's Revenge, poorly written, by Mrs. Behn.”
“Several little Disgraces were put upon them, particularly in the Disposal of Parts in Plays to be reviv'd, and as visible a Partiality was shewn in the Promotion of those in their Interest, though their Endeavours to serve them could be of no extraordinary use.”
“Saw Several persons also St.ck of different kind on the bank which reviv'd the party very much. at 3 P M we met two large boats assending. at 4 P M we arived in Sight of St. Charles, the party rejoiced at the Sight of this hospital village plyed thear ores with great dexterity and we Soon arived opposit the Town, this day being”
“Got one cask of water aboard, which reviv'd us exceedingly.”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
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