But whereas classical writers applied it to the orator's use of voice and gesture, Hawes applies it only to the poet's reading aloud.
Peculiar use of pronouns: Luke has the combination Greek: kai autos twenty-eight times, Matthew only twice (one false reading), Mark four or perhaps five times, i. 17, 22, ii.
And on the seuenteenthe of August next following, at Hampton court, he presented the same to the queen's maiestie, in the head of a ring of gold, couered with a christall; and presented therewith an excellent spectacle by him deuised, for the easier reading thereof: wherewith hir maiestie read all that was written therein with great admiration, and commended the same to the lords of the councell, and the ambassadors, and did weare the same manie times vpon hir finger.
So Tom jumped into the sea, and swam on his way, singing:— “Farewell, Tomtoddies all; I thank my stars That nought I know save those three royal r’s: Reading and riting sure, with rithmetick, Will help a lad of sense through thin and thick.”
The time often wasted in teaching reading too soon would be far better employed in cultivating a taste for good reading by telling or reading to the children good stories and verses.
The separation of large numbers in this manner certainly facilitates the reading them rightly.
Reading and writing it readily, his thick tongue could master scarcely a syllable.
The Bible and the sermons of a certain famous Nonconformist Divine of the day were James Mesurier's favourite and practically his only reading, at this time; though as a young man he had picked up a fair education for himself, and had taken a certain interest in modern history.
Many who had been sycophants were condemned to death, among whom was Seras Lacuna Footnote: The name is suspicious and possibly a corrupt reading.
All the men were disposed to be serious; and the reading of the bible, openly and aloud, soon became a favourite occupation with every one of them.
Aunt Helen would sing in her sweet sad voice all the beautiful old songs I loved, while I curled myself on a mat at her side and read books--the music often compelling me to forget the reading, and the reading occasionally rendering me deaf to the music; but through both ever came the solemn rush of the stream outside in its weird melancholy, like a wind ceaselessly endeavouring to outstrip a wild vain regret which relentlessly pursued.
That part of the country next the sea is very barren and full of mountains, yet found we there an olde tombe of marble, with an epitaph of an ancient Greeke caracter, by antiquity neere worne out and past reading; which to the beholders seemed a monument of the greatnesse of the Grecian monarchy.
It's merely a little elementary thought-reading."
He was working over a treatise on philosophy and reading innocently in a loud voice, with a wrong accent, the Cartesian principle: "Cogito, ergo sum!"
Reading Browning; Hard as thunder!
"T He expresses also the same confidence that "there can be but one intelligent opinion" that another important document, known as "The Blackfriars Petition," was, as Mr. Hamilton believes, "executed by the same hand" as that to which we owe the Certificate, and, consequently, the folio readings.