The reference here is to the famous monastery of St. John the Baptist, which was built by Gregory the Illuminator during the fourth century, on the mountain of Kark, near the Euphrates, on a spot where heathen altars had previously stood.
He glanced up at his ill-favored son.
There might be nothing in it; and my denial carried a stiff and ill- natured appearance.
"You see, Father Brachet, Ol' Chief has been very ill--" "I know.
She was so "shocked to hear that he had been so dangerously ill,-- no one had even told them of it,--it had come upon them so suddenly;" and so forth.
What shall we do in these delightful days, When the full, bounding heart, will not be still;-- When the glad eye, absorbed in far-sent gaze, Forgets Earth's plenitude of grief and ill;-- Shall we dream on, in a bewitching maze Of sweet affections and bold hopes, until Earth is not Earth--but Heaven?
Therefore, let us face life courageously and show a firm front to every ill:-- Quocirca vivite fortes Fortiaque adversis opponite pectora rebus.
But tell me, of a truth, is Miss Howe really and truly ill?--Very ill?- And is not her illness poison?
And, being mighty, what will he omit To compass his intents, though ne'er so ill?-- You must suppose King Richard now is dead, And John, resistless, is fair England's lord Who, striving to forget Matilda's love, Takes to his wife the beauteous Isabel, Betroth'd to Hugh le Brun, Earl of North-March: And picking quarrels under show of kin, Wholly divorces his first queen away.
MCKENZIE, D.D., Mass. Rev. F.A. NOBLE, D.D., Ill. Rev. D.O. MEARS, D.D., Mass. Rev. HENRY HOPKINS, D.D., Mo. Corresponding Secretaries.
I should be sorry if she thought ill"-- "She will respect you, Stukely, for the part which you have acted.
When you kept on the surface it made me so ill"--- "But, Eveena, if the remedy be not worse than the sickness, why not ask for it openly?"
And charmingly she looked, with all the disadvantages of a three-hours violent stomach-ache--(for Dorcas told me that she had been really ill)-- no rest, and eyes red and swelled with weeping.
CHICAGO, ILL.--191 South Clark St.--W.H. KNIGHT, Gen'l Agt.
Animae negotium illa facessit, et de templo Dii immundum stabulum facit.
Such a trait would be almost extravagant applied even to Marius, who (though in many respects a perfect model of Roman grandeur, massy, columnar, imperturbable, and more perhaps than any one man recorded in History capable of justifying the bold illustration of that character in Horace, "Si fractus illabatur orbis, impavidum ferient ruinae") had, however, a ferocity in his character, and a touch of the devil in him, very rarely united with the same tranquil intrepidity.
In quem e specu subterraneo modicum lucis illabitur.
In eo pleraque pernitiosa, saith the same Fabius, many childish tracts and sentences he hath, sermo illaboratus, too negligent often and remiss, as Agellius observes, oratio vulgaris et protrita, dicaces et ineptae, sententiae, eruditio plebeia, an homely shallow writer as he is.
Horace tells us with more energy that there were brave men before the wars of Troy, but they were lost in oblivion for want of a poet: Vixere fortes ante Agamemnona Multi; sed omnes illachrymabiles Urgentur, ignotique longa Nocte, carent quia vate sacro.
Illacrymabile et immedicabile malum hoc."
--Omnes illacrymabiles Urgentur, ignotique longa Nocte.
Noctes insomnes traducendae, literis renunciandum, saepe gemendum, nonnunquam et illacrymandum sorti et conditioni tuae.
Iterum precor et obtestor, vivite laeti: illad quod cor urit, negligite.
Indeed, the whole style of the tower and steeple appears peculiarly illadapted for so small a scale as has here been attempted.
Hinc illae lacrymae."
We read in Nicephorus, that Chunegunda the wife of Henricus Bavarus emperor, suspected of adultery, insimulata adulterii per ignitos vomeres illaesa transiit, trod upon red hot coulters, and had no harm: such another story we find in Regino lib.
de amoribus agens relaxandi animi causa laboriosissimis studiis fatigati; quando et Theologi se his juvari et juvare illaesis moribus volunt?
"Hic se Deucalion Pyrrhae suecensus amore Mersit, et illaeso corpore pressit aquas.
Tunc misit pro Christianis quos in carcere intrudi praeceperat: A quibus cum ad eum venissent indulgentiam petijt pro facto suo, dicens se esse amodo socium eorum, et confratrem: Praecepit autem et legem statuit, quod pro tempore suo, si quis aliquem Christianum offenderet, statim moreretur, et sic omnes illaesos, et indemnes abire permisit: Pro illis autem quatuor fratribus interfectis quatuor mosquetas. (
Videntes autem Saraceni eum non posse a suo proposito euelli, eum super quandam arborem suspenderunt, in qua de nona vsque ad noctem viuus et illaesus pependit: nocte vero ipsum de arbore sumpserunt, et videntes illum laetum, viuum et illaesum per medium suum corpus diuiserunt, mane autem facto nihil de corpore eius inuentum est, vni tamen personae fide dignae reuelatum est, quod Deus corpus eius occultauerat reuelandum in certo tempore, quando Deo placuerit Sanctorum corpora manifestare.
Frater autem Thomas, et frater Demetrius extra populum in loco separato flexis genibus orantes cum lachrymis deuotioni se dederunt Frater autem Iocobus iterum ignem exiuit illaesus sicut prius fecerat: quod videns omnis populus clamare coepit, peccatum est, deccatum est, offendere eos, quia sancti sunt.
Jamque dies aderat, magna stipante caterva, Quo Phoebea cohors facras comitatur ad urnam Reliquias, et supremum pia solvit honorem; Jamque graves planctus, jamque illaetabile murmur Audio Melpomenis late, dum noster Apollo Flebilis ante omnes, Sacvillus, tristia ducit Agmina Pieridum, Cytharamqueaccommodatodae; Ipse ego, dum totidem comitentur funera musae, Ipse sequor maestus; bustum venerabile fletu Carminibufque struam multis, animumque poetae His faltem donis cumulabo, et fungar inani Munere.---- At te musa mori vetat, O post sata, vel ipsa Marmora, cum annorum fuerint rubigine scabra; Major eris vivo; tibi scripta perennius aere Aut faxo, condent monumentum illustre per orbem, Secula cuncta legant, et te mirentur in illis.
Eubulides, in Aristaenetus, married a poor man's child, facie non illaetabili, of a merry countenance, and heavenly visage, in pity of her estate, and that quickly.
"La illah il Allah, Mohammed rassoul'lah!
The spirit has entered," whispered my friend, and even as he spoke I saw the youth's throat working as if an unseen hand were kneading the muscles, and forth from his lips echoed the words "La illaha illallah illahi laho."
Over his door was the following: "By the Governor's commission, And the company's permission, I am made the grand tyhee Of this entire illahee.
La illaha illallah illahi laho!" "
Moreouer he deliuereth vnto him the Chisua Talnabi, which signifieth in the Arabian tongue, The garment of the Prophet: this vesture is of silke, wrought in the midst with letters of golde, which signifie: La illa ill'alla Mahumet Resullala: that is to say, There are no gods but God, and his ambassadour Mahumet.
Ajebant illam esse Aramam feminam, solis conjugem, cujus officium sit terras a viro exustas imbrium beneficio recreare.
For as he gazed, he started, as if with sudden pain, and passed his hand across his eyes, with something like a sigh, and then looked at the microscope no more, but sat, seemingly absorbed in thought, while upon his delicate toil-worn features, and high, bland, unwrinkled forehead, and the few soft grey locks which not time--for he was scarcely fifty-five--but long labour of brain, had spared to him, there lay a hopeful calm, as of a man who had nigh done his work, and felt that he had not altogether done it ill;--an autumnal calm, resigned, yet full of cheerfulness, which harmonised fitly with the quiet beauty of the decaying landscape before him.
"Tell him I am ill,--and besides, I don't transact my brother's business."
He asked question on question: but Elsley gave such unsatisfactory answers, that Lucia had to detail everything afresh for him, with--"You know, Mr. Thurnall, he is always overtasking his brain, and will never confess himself ill,"--and all a woman's anxious comments.
Illane parva est servitus amatorum singulis fere horis pectine capillum, calimistroque barbam componere, faciem aquis redolentibus diluere, &c. 5424.
And furder than that I give notice, Ef one of you tetches the boy, He kin check his trunks to a warmer clime Than he'll find in Illanoy, Why, blame your hearts, jest hear me!
By the Spaniards they are denominated Illanun or Lanuns pirates.
No torture of body like unto it, Siculi non invenere tyranni majus tormentum, no strappadoes, hot irons, Phalaris' bulls, "Nec ira deum tantum, nec tela, nec hostis, Quantum sola noces animis illapsa."
Light Kindled in heav'n, spontaneous, self-inform'd, Or likelier gliding down with swift illapse By will divine.
The Greek: koinos nous, or common sense, is the spirit whose illapses he sits down and waits for, and by whose whispers alone he expects to be made wise.
Juno, nec ira deum tantum, nec tela, nec hostis, quantum tute potis animis illapsus.