http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification 720 XTF Search Results (subject=fiction;subject-join=exact;brand=default;f1-date=1815) http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/search?subject%3Dfiction;subject-join%3Dexact;brand%3Ddefault;f1-date%3D1815 Results for your query: subject=fiction;subject-join=exact;brand=default;f1-date=1815 Wed, 14 Mar 2012 12:00:00 GMT The honours of this family are denoted by their titles…. Brown, Charles Brockden http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-01359.xml In the following pages on the subject of the Carrils, the author has altered his plan in several particulars from the foregoing. He approaches his Utopian land, but is undeter- mined whether it shall be the dutchy of Taranto or the island of Sardinia. Those sketches must all be considered as in- troductory to his favourite prospect of a perfect system of government. http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-01359.xml Sun, 01 Jan 1815 12:00:00 GMT A mountain in the neighbourhood of Timna…. Brown, Charles Brockden http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-01222.xml “A mountain in the neighbourhood of Timna was remark- able for caverns almost inaccessible. The devotees of suc- ceeding times delighted to occupy caves which this incident had made so memorable. The city, however, was for some ages, desolate and solitary. Timon, who had been hitherto the tutelary saint of the isle, and had inspired his worshippers with uncommon obstinacy in their resistance of the Saracens, was regarded by those conquerors with peculiar hatred. Hence their severity against his sanctuary, and the last strong hold of the Christians. They razed all the churches dedicated to his honour, and were careful to suppress his shrines, pilgrimages and festivals. http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-01222.xml Sun, 01 Jan 1815 12:00:00 GMT The Scribbler. Brown, Charles Brockden http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-02264.xml WHAT a name is this! And to be conferred by a man on himself! Yet this is frequently the best policy. The surest way to preclude, is to anticipate, censure, for no one will think it worth while, to call a poor culprit by names which the culprit has liberally and unceremoniously given himself. If Tom says, “I am a fool and an oddity,” his worst enemies can only add, “so you are.” http://brockdenbrown.cah.ucf.edu/xtf3/view?docId=1815-02264.xml Sun, 01 Jan 1815 12:00:00 GMT