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95 examples of jewell in sentences

Doe this, I sweare to jewell him in my bosome.

Here, as the dearest Jewell of my fame, Lock'd I this parchment from all viewing eyes; This your Indenture held alone the life Of my suppos'd dead honour: yet (behold) Into your hands I redeliver it.

I will not enter upon the dissensions which so early crept into the English Church, and led to a separation or a schism, whatever name it goes by,to most people in these times not very interesting or edifying, because they were not based on any great ideas of universal application, and seeming to such minds as Bacon and Parker and Jewell rather narrow and frivolous.

[-Bellario.-] That thou hast grieved, and with unthought redresse, Dri'd their wet eyes who now thy mercy blesse; Yet loth to lose thy watry Jewell, when [-Comedies.-] Joy wip't it off, Laughter straight sprung't agen.

For as a Vine With subtle wreath, and close embrace doth twine A friendly Elme, by whose tall trunke it shoots And gathers growth and moysture from its roots; About its armes the thankfull clusters cling Like Bracelets, and with purple ammelling The blew-cheek'd grape stuck in its vernant haire Hangs like rich Jewells in a beauteous eare.

Committing this my Jewell to your trust I must unto my charge: my blessing! Ele. Oh doe not leave me, sir; for without you What safety can I have?

Jewell, thou mad'st thy muskett spitt fire bravely.

Enter Captaine, Hill, Secretary, Jewell.

for this godlesse man (The storme being ore) came in & forcd from me The Jewell of my virgin honour.

Can a man Robd of a Jewell deare to him as breath Affect the theife, O murdresse?for that title Best suites thy impious quality, since thy curse, Thy cruell curse, imposd uppon my love, Has massacred two of the faithfulst hearts Affection ere united.

Thou save[d]st the Jewell

Beare him this Jewell and this gold, that when Tis don he may escape; be carefull, As you expect my favour.

Now, if her sonn be slayne, heres then this purse of gold and this rich Jewell which she sent to him.

O, they are sweet Jewells!

I can affect the foole upon Good tearmes, and could devise a plott to noose My amorous woodcock, if you privatlie Assist me and dare trust me with some Jewell Of price, that is not knowne, which shalbe faithfully Restor'd Madam.

There are a parcell of rare Jewells to be sold now, and a man had money.

My busines is a foote; your Jewell, Madam, Will credit much the cause.

This Jewell was sent by her mother to her.

: Whether they be awake or sleepe, With what greate Care ought Virgins keepe, With what art and indevor, The Jewell which they ought to pryse Above the ritchest marchandise, And once lost lost for ever!

Then cheere ye upp, my lord, and cheere upp us, For now our valours are extinguished And all our force lyes drownd in brinish teares, As Jewells in the bottome of the sea.

In secrette she nurst him, and swaged his paine, While he throughe the realme was beleev'd to be slaine: At lengthe his faire bride she consented to bee, And made him glad father of prettye Bessee. And nowe, lest oure foes our lives sholde betraye We clothed ourselves in beggars' arraye; Her jewells shee solde, and hither came wee All our comfort and care was our prettye Bessee.

why is not this candlesticke one of your jewells pray? Mom.

Enter Cornelia sola, looking upon the picture of Alberdure in a little Jewell, and singing.

And then hee throbs me in his armes, as if he had gotten a great Jewell by the eare.

My Lord, you see all sorts of Jewells heere, I will not tire your grace with view of them; Ile onely shew you one faire Aggat more, Commended chiefely for the workmanship.

My Lord, 'tis made a Jewell in your picture, Which otherwise had not deserv'd the name.

You that are bodyes made of lightest ayre, To let a Peasant mounted on a Jade Coozen your curtesies and run away With such a Jewell, worthy are to endure Eternall pennance in the lake of fier.

No, by garr, Marshan: you bring de fine tings from de strange land vere de Sunne do rise, de Jewell, de fine stuffe vor de brave gowne: me no point.

I have another jewell heere which I found in the Princes pocket when I chang'd apparell with him; that will I make money of, and go to the jeweller that bought the cup of mee.

Jewell That represents the form of Alberdure, Given by Cornelia at our fatall feast.

Faith, sir, I met with the young prince all wet, who lookt as if he had been a quarter of a yeare drowned, yet prettelie come to himselfe, saving that he was so madde to change apparrell with me; in the pocket whereof, sir, I found this Jewell.

And now to you, that carry hence this wealth, This precious Jewell, this unprized good, Have a regarde to use him carefully, When he is parted from that serious care, Which was imployde for his securitie.

There shee lyves Lyke to a ritche and pretious Jewell lost, Fownd shyninge on a doonge-hill, yet the gemme No wyse disparadged of his former worthe Nor bated of his glory; out of this fyre Of lust and black temptation sheis [sic] returned Lyke gold repur'd and tryde. Treadway.

I knowe you ritche besydes In coyne and jewells; heere you lyve despysed, And whats this clime to us of more esteme

As for the gould and Jewells mak't your spoyle; Of that I clayme no portione.

heres my Jewell.

Thou art a jewell most incomparable.

She is rich in jewells, and hath store of treasure Got by the slavery of that choice beautie Which otherwise admires her to the world.

For their ordinary burialls they digg a deepe hole in the earth with sharpe stakes, and the corps being lapped in skynns and matts with their jewells, they laye uppon sticks in the ground, and soe cover them with earth; the buryall ended, the women (being painted all their faces with black coale and oyle)

On the poop-deck of the "Franklin" were Admiral Rowan, Captain Greer, commanding the ship, and the executive officer, Lieutenant-Commander Jewell.

153, NOV. 28, 1917*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Andy Jewell, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team Note: Project Gutenberg also has an HTML version of this file which includes the original illustrations.

14, ISSUE 401, NOVEMBER 28, 1829*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Andy Jewell, David Garcia, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team Note: Project Gutenberg also has an HTML version of this file which includes the original illustration.

14, ISSUE 403, DECEMBER 5, 1829*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Andy Jewell, David Garcia, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team Note: Project Gutenberg also has an HTML version of this file which includes the original illustration.

14, ISSUE 404, DECEMBER 12, 1829*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Andy Jewell, David Garcia, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team Note: Project Gutenberg also has an HTML version of this file which includes the original illustrations.

that at her [Jane's] first coming to court, Queen Anne Bolen espying a jewell pendant about her neck, snatched thereat, (desirous to see, the other unwilling to show it,) and casually hurt her hand with her own violence; but it grieved her heart more, when she perceived it the King's picture by himself bestowed upon her, who from this day forward dated her own declining and the other's ascending in her husband's affection."

*** E-text prepared by Jonathan Ingram, Andy Jewell, and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team Note: Project Gutenberg also has an HTML version of this file which includes the original illustrations.

JEWELL, Edward Alden.

THE MOTH DECIDES, by Edward Alden Jewell ยฉ 22Sep22, A686229.

R58554, 14Feb50, Manette L. Jewell (W) MOTHER (I feel your arms around me, dear), a poem by L. Stewart Barr.

THE WHITE KAMI, by Edward Alden Jewell.

R58553, 14Feb50, Menette L. Jewell (W) WHITE WAY, a play in three acts by Margaret Mayo and Aubrey Kennedy.

Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas.

R87921, 26Dec51, Gladys S. Jerome (W) JEWELL, FRED MERRILL.

R92594, 28Mar52, Fred Merrill Jewell (A) JOACHIM-CHAIGNEAU, SUZANNE.

Arrangement by Fred Jewell.

Fred Jewell (PWH & A); 7Feb55; R144101.

JEWELL, FRED.

Christopher B. Garnett, Jr. (A); 1May67; R409448. GARRELTS, JEWELL M. Problems in mechanics.

Jewell M. Garrelts (A) & Marie Karelitz-Karry (NK); 20Mar67; R406387.

SEE Jerome, Joseph D. G. JEWELL, EDWARD ALDEN.

II: The books as illustrated books, by Edward Alden Jewell & others.

JEWELL, CHARLES W. Tree of life.

Charles W. Jewell (Adm. d.b.n.c.t.a. of the estate of B. Artzybasheff); 22Dec69; R477212.

SEE JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. CARR, JOHN DICKSON.

JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. Secret mission submarine, by N. L. A. Jewell as told to Cecil Carnes.

JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. Secret mission submarine, by N. L. A. Jewell as told to Cecil Carnes.

Norman L. A. Jewell (A); 18Dec72; R542299. JILL, pseud.

JEWELL, Edward Alden.

THE MOTH DECIDES, by Edward Alden Jewell ยฉ 22Sep22, A686229.

R58554, 14Feb50, Manette L. Jewell (W) MOTHER (I feel your arms around me, dear), a poem by L. Stewart Barr.

THE WHITE KAMI, by Edward Alden Jewell.

R58553, 14Feb50, Menette L. Jewell (W) WHITE WAY, a play in three acts by Margaret Mayo and Aubrey Kennedy.

Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas.

R87921, 26Dec51, Gladys S. Jerome (W) JEWELL, FRED MERRILL.

R92594, 28Mar52, Fred Merrill Jewell (A) JOACHIM-CHAIGNEAU, SUZANNE.

Arrangement by Fred Jewell.

Fred Jewell (PWH & A); 7Feb55; R144101.

JEWELL, FRED.

Christopher B. Garnett, Jr. (A); 1May67; R409448. GARRELTS, JEWELL M. Problems in mechanics.

Jewell M. Garrelts (A) & Marie Karelitz-Karry (NK); 20Mar67; R406387.

SEE Jerome, Joseph D. G. JEWELL, EDWARD ALDEN.

II: The books as illustrated books, by Edward Alden Jewell & others.

JEWELL, CHARLES W. Tree of life.

Charles W. Jewell (Adm. d.b.n.c.t.a. of the estate of B. Artzybasheff); 22Dec69; R477212.

SEE JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. CARR, JOHN DICKSON.

JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. Secret mission submarine, by N. L. A. Jewell as told to Cecil Carnes.

JEWELL, NORMAN L. A. Secret mission submarine, by N. L. A. Jewell as told to Cecil Carnes.

Norman L. A. Jewell (A); 18Dec72; R542299. JILL, pseud.

Enter Younglove to them with a Jewell. Abig.

Sir, my Mistress commends her love to you in this token, and these words; it is a Jewell (she sayes) which as a favour from her she would request you to wear till your years travel be performed: which once expired, she will hastily expect your happy return.

But every one a Jewell: Come be mad boys. El.

'At the bottome of the hill,' we read further, 'entring into the hous, Ceres with her Nymphes in an harvest Cart, meete her Majesty, having a Crowne of wheat-ears with a Jewell.'

Mardonius, Jewell.

Sir, hands, know, her, home, stubbornnesse, like, her, Jewell, mad, sister, is, Land, another.

The residence was occupied by a Mr. Jewell, whose wife was a relative of Rev. D. P. Kidder, then in charge of our Sunday School literature.