The London encyclopaedia

The London encyclopaedia

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Only the foundations can be seen of the splendid theatre built on the slope of the hill, the site of which is now covered with houses ; and on a gateway ... to the castle is a colossal statue of very fine workmanship, though much mutilated, which has been supposed to be that of the Amazon Smyrna. ... A bridle which crosses the nose : to bridle; hold in a bridle ; manage. ... King Lear* Fearful commenting Is leaden servitor to dull delay ; Delay leads impotent and snail- paced beggary.

Title:The London encyclopaedia
Publisher: - 1829


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