Tulee gazed a moment in delighted astonishment, and ran to call Chloe, who exclaimed, "They looks like great white angels, and Ise feared they'll fly away 'fore Missis gits up."
ise:-- "Because liberty is to be classed among the blessings of mankind, am I to felicitate a madman who has escaped from the restraints of his cell?
isease separately, for analogy cuts two ways.
+I-secgan+, v. to confess; +isecgð+, pr.
4 When I speak of this vast multitude, these ninety millions of the United States of America as being for the most part peasants de-peasant-ised and common people cut off from their own social traditions, I do not intend to convey that the American community is as a whole traditionless.
At the solicitation of Helius, Nero returning conducts an Iselasticum triumph (chapters 19-21).
With step serene and steadfast, His hands behind him chained, Went forth the valiant Hofer To death which he disdained,-- That death, which by his valor foiled Had oft from Iselberg recoiled, In his loved land, Tyrol.
106 Aliso, by some supposed to be the town now called Iselburg; or, according to Junius, Wesel, in the duchy of Cleves, but more probably Elsen Allier (El=aver), Caesar eludes the vigilance of Vercingetorix, and by an artifice passes that river, G. vii.
431; +usellez+, S2; +iselen+, dat.,
+vm-quhile+ (Un-iseli, adj.)
And so surely has the author established his foothold on the new ground that he can even bring in Edvarda, the "Iselin" figure from Pan, once more, thus linking up his brave and lusty comedies of middle age with the romantic tragedies of his youth, making a comprehensive pageant-play of large-hearted humanity.
'"--This conversation is supposed by Mr. Malone to have been held with Sir Wilfrid Lawson, of Isell in Cumberland.
Love had been the root of all poor Isella's troubles,--and Agnes never should know love, till taught it safely by a husband of Elsie's own choosing.
"Isen lant", the reading of the MSS.
This," he said, "is a review of the 'Daughters of Isenberg, a Bavarian Romance,' by Mr. Gifford, to whom the authoress (Alicia T. Palmer) had the temerity to send three L1 notes!"
5 of the Quarterly --Southey's articles and books--Unpunctuality of the Review --Gifford's review of "The Daughters of Isenberg"--His letter to Miss Palmer--Dispute between Murray and Gifford--Attacks on the Edinburgh Review by the Quarterly--Murray's disapproval of them--The Ballantynes and Constables applying for money--Nos.
Berlin: occupation of, after Jena, excellent conduct of French troops of occupation; excesses committed by troops of Rhenish Confederation; insolent conduct of troops raised by Prince of Isenburg; art treasures of, respected by French Republican Armies; Unter den Linden; Brandenburger Thor; public buildings; streets; statues of great men in the Wilhelm Platz; Churches; the officers of the Army; anecdote of Blucher.
With them there walked good knights from Isenland, Brunhild's men-at-arms, five hundred or more, who bore swords in hand.
Upon the twelfth-day morning, as we hear say, the winds had borne them far away to Isenstein in Brunhild's land.
One trick's cured; That lust of giving; Isentrude and Guta, The hussies, came here begging but yestreen, Vowed they were starving.
I had forgotten, truly-- And you, Dame Isentrudis, are her servant, And mine: come, Agnes, leave the gipsy ladies To say their prayers, and set the Saints the fashion.
The doctor said, as I was not worse, I was certainly better; and the next day proceeded twenty miles to Iseo, which is at the head of this lake.
The principal rivers of Turkey are, the Danube and the Don; of Spain, the Guidalquiver; of Portugal, the Tagus, on which the chief town, Lisbon, is built; and of Saxony, the Iser.
"I did not think more of the matter until October 23, when I received a circular from the prefecture of Isere, asking me to advise the Regnier family that the soldier Regnier, wounded, was being treated at the hospital of Besancon.
After suffering incredible hardships, he returns to see Iseria once more before entering a monastery, but she, loyal even to the semblance of the man, refuses to allow him to leave her.
Fragments of porphyry, quartz, and black slate are abundant in the drift, and mica, iserine, and minute garnets exist.
The puff-balls of the lycoperdon form the devil's snuff-box, and in Ireland the nettle is his apron, and the convolvulus his garter; while at Iserlohn, in Germany, "the mothers, to deter their children eating the mulberries, sing to them that the devil requires them for the purpose of blacking his boots."
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Tristram and Iseult must drink a love-philtre or they are not Tristram and Iseult.
Aldburgh, or Aldborough, so called by the Normans, was the Iseur of the Ancient Britons, and the Isurium of the Romans.
Even so they were at first, if you will believe that pleasant tale of Socrates, which he told fair Phaedrus under a plane-tree, at the banks of the river Iseus; about noon when it was hot, and the grasshoppers made a noise, he took that sweet occasion to tell him a tale, how grasshoppers were once scholars, musicians, poets, &c., before the Muses were born, and lived without meat and drink, and for that cause were turned by Jupiter into grasshoppers.