• RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 037

    37
    filled with sensibilities, sometimes
    she thought of death of
    the old age of her mother
    & the death of her father
    & was miserable. –
    Her acquaintance was at
    this time enlarged by the
    addition of a family of
    Farmers who came to settle
    in the hill, the magnesian
    soil of the lizard covered with
    fine grass & capable of
    feeding sheep [?off] had long
    offered a prospect – of success
    to …

  • RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 054

    That which does not extend to sensible distances ie
    ‘attraction’ such as is found to obtain in
    the minute particles whereof bodies are
    composed which attract each other at or near
    the point of contact with a force much superior
    to that of gravity; but which at any distance
    from it decreases much further than the
    power of gravity. This power a [?late] ingenious
    Author chooses to call …

  • RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 069

    69
    intimately linked together
    by means of philosophy
    & the arts; that they
    should act as the
    children of deity [?I] one
    parent with one determinate
    ends so that no
    exertions <should be lost> no power should
    be lost. rendered useless.
    I this view we
    do not amuse our
    selfves with [?xxxxxxxx] delusive
    dreams concerning the infinite
    perfectibility of the human
    species: the annihilation of
    labor disease & …

  • RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 083

    83
    2 Bark Old Oak very deep
    red brown.
    [Horizontal rule]
    60 grains 2d Bark
    Old Willow scarcely colored
    not quite two grains
    of [?Tann] precipitate
    [Horizontal rule]
    Yellow Peruvian Bark light
    red.
    [Horizontal rule]
    60 Inner Bark of Oak old
    colour bright brown
    leather 31 grains
    [Horizontal rule]
    Young oak inner red brown
    not brown.
  • RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 102

    {June. 24. 1802. –
    48 grains of dry
    skin. – is a long
    piece –
    68 grains a triangular
    piece, –
    170 grains large
    piece of dry skin
    217 grains of thick
    [?mat] – had been boiled
    [Horizontal rule]
    Roasted
    60 grains of Old
    Oak Bark [?lost] by drying
    at about 500˚F. – 8 grains
    for – half an Hour –}

  • RI MS HD/13/C

    RI MS HD/13/c, p. 142

    {Where the rock of stature tall
    Hangs oer the rough <smoth> descending hill
    Beside the murmuring fall
    Of a mountain rill
    Above
    Sheltered from every storm that blows
    A little pile of earth is seen
    Above the yellow copse uprose
    About it the white thistle grows
    Its [?top] with grass is green.
    Above …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 051

    51
    An Attempt to prove that the [?Thinking] powers are
    the effect of a [?proper] [?Organization] [?of] [?Sense]
    being a Defence of that Opinion called
    [?Materialism].
    [Horizontal rule]
    If Man was to found the whole of his [?Opinions] facts
    Error woud be unknown. & the light of truth
    woud be every where diffused <thro’ every part …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 074

    74
    to pluck the opening Rose, how often does He
    grasp the prickly Briar. I advanced to my Portal
    I heard the Owl shreik in the tower. the Gate was
    open.. I expected to see my Kalesa advance
    clad in Smiles, with a Garland of Laurel
    in her hand. to cloath my weary Temples.
    No triumphant Music Saluted my Ear
    I entered the Gate & <Sorrow with a …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 076

    76
    The Soldiers of Kolan had overturned the Altars
    And erected Ramparts in their stead –
    Conscious of the Impossibility of reaching Devon
    in safty. He had fortified Karnbré & Violated
    The temples of the Gods. [Heavy deletion]
    Couriers to Arthur to inform him of the
    [Heavy deletion] & Before the [?Miday] [?S]
    Tho his Nos were superior. I resolved to attack
    his half fortified Camp. <in …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 084

    84
    {Justice. Mercy
    Peace. Benevolence.
    Benevolence
    Virtue.
    Gratitude
    * eating the Apple in Paradise
    The [?Earth] shall be watered with the tears of
    his repentance &c
    After Man, the Almighty intended to create Woman & calling
    around him the Guardian Angels of his Throne He deliberated
    with them on her Creation <Father of Equity said Justice> Create Her not said Justice, She
    will be the Author of his …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 086

    86
    {Passions are transferrable from one object to another: One
    indifferent Idea being connected with an Idea we love
    & constantly presenting itself in union with it to the mind.
    at length becomes to be loved as well as the Concomitant
    Idea. From hence for Example we are [?x] fond of the Relations
    of any Person we love.
    From this principle …

  • RI MS HD/13/F

    RI MS HD/13/f, p. 099

    99
    {sublime Theories.
    * Indeed the Sciences in the East seem to
    have been confined to a Class of Men
    namely the Priests in whom the Strongest
    moral Motives namely Ambition &
    a desire to enslave Mankind, called forth
    all the Energies of the Mind & overcame
    the Influence of Climat –
    The Common people in Asia & Egypt were
    never Civilized. In Europe the progress of
    Science has been general …