3] The Cerographic Atlas of the United States (1842-1845), by Sidney
Edwards Morse (1794-1871), son of the geographer, Jedidiah Morse, and brother of the painter-inventor, Samuel F.
Most likely you are to blame; for Sidney is far more reasonable than you.
Sidney is mad, I think; and his honeymoon has brought his madness out.
The struggle was for chartered rights--for English liberties--for the cause of Algernon Sidney
and John Hampden--for trial by jury- -the Habeas Corpus and Magna Charta.
At first, for some reason or other, he evaded the inquiry, but afterwards told me that, when a boy, he had been carried to sea by the captain of a trading vessel, with whom he had stayed three years, living part of the time with him at Sidney
in Australia, and that at a subsequent visit to the island, the captain had, at his own request, permitted him to remain among his countrymen.
Sir Philip Sidney
, the Earl of Essex, Sir Walter Raleigh, are men of great figure and of few deeds.
I'm the son of the Reverend Sidney
Hirst, vicar of Great Wappyng in Norfolk.
I tried other essayists, other critics, whom the machinist had in his library, but it was useless; neither Sidney
Smith nor Thomas Carlyle could console me; I sighed for more Macaulay and evermore Macaulay.
I shall require the A3X cipher, Sidney
," he said to his secretary.
Spenser went, and through his friend he came to know Sir Philip Sidney
, a true gentleman and a poet like himself, who in turn made him known to the great Earl of Leicester, Elizabeth's favorite.
So stand before every public and private work; before an oration of Burke, before a victory of Napoleon, before a martyrdom of Sir Thomas More, of Sidney
, of Marmaduke Robinson; before a French Reign of Terror, and a Salem hanging of witches; before a fanatic Revival and the Animal Magnetism in Paris, or in Providence.
Porkenham, were ready to burst with jealousy and despair.