Even at Ranelagh… it was usual for ladies to hold up the volumes of Pamela to one another, to shew they had got the book that everyone was talking of.
I carried the Countesse of Sunderland to see the rarities of one Mr Charleton in the Middle Temple, who shew 'd us such a collection as I had never seene in all my travels abroad, either of private gentlemen or princes.
He can not elect before advice is received, of the loss: and if that advice shews the peril to be over, and the thing in safety, he cannot elect at all; because he has no right to abandon, when the thing is safe.
The bond was given, as the Plaintiff's evidence shews , under clear pressure.
The decoration was designed by the Gothic Revivalist Pugin, author of Contrasts: or a Parallel between the Noble Edifices of the Middle Ages and Corresponding Buildings of the Modern Day; shewing The Present Decay of Taste.
The overseer was asked to construct a frame ‘for ascertaining the proper form of the Road’ and the trustees requested that the contractor should ‘make a small Part of the Road shewing three different Slopes, when the same would be fixed’.
He had recognized the importance of photography that shewed African artworks in context, and thus promoted the development of the EEPA as a primary resource and collection center for photography from Africa.
And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God.
The painting bears the inscription ‘Presented to C. Hilton Green, Esqr., M.F.H., by subscribers and farmers of the North Cotswold Hunt as a slight appreciation of the excellent sport he shewed , 1927-1929.’
Bougainville reported they ‘were naked, excepting their natural parts, and shewed us cocoa-nuts and roots.’