And doleful winds, wail to the howling hills; And howling hills, mourn to the dismal vales; And dismal vales, sigh to the sorrowing brooks; And sorrwing brooks, weep to the weeping stream; And weeping stream, awake the groaning deep; And let the instrument take up the song, Responsive to the voice--harmonious wo!"--Pollok, B. vi, l. 115.
Mr. Collier could have the face and the folly to bring forward other priceless additions of whole lines, even, in "Henry VI,"-- "My staff!
vi.:-- "A man hanging and tottering and tottering, As you know the wind will wave a man."
I could tell you how Joachim VI."-- "Come, come, my good Paolo, spare me one of your chapters of genealogy.
in the "Henry VI":-- "as a bear encompassed round with dogs, Who having pinched a few and made them cry, The rest stand all aloof and bark at him."
He afterwards, in consideration of a large sum of money, married his daughter to Azzo VI11, Marquis of Ferrara.
6 Galli, the Gauls, the people of ancient Gaul, now France; their country preferable to that of the Germans, G. i. 31; their manner of attacking towns, ii.6; of greater stature than the Romans, 30; quick and hasty in their resolves, iii.8; forward in undertaking wars, but soon fainting under misfortunes, 19; their manners, chiefs, druids, discipline, cavalry, religion, origin, marriages, and funerals, vi.13; their country geographically described, i.1 Gall=ia, the ancient and renowned country of Gaul, now France.
Vi3, corruptly viz.
THE ISLE OF MAN =How to get there.=--Train from Euston, King's Cross, St. Pancras, or Paddington via Liverpool, and thence by steamer.
VI.--A Professor's Love-Story The pupils from the schools of the city were assembled for the yearly prize distribution--a ceremony followed by an oration from one of the professors.
Example VI.--"A Good Name?"--Two Beautiful Little Stanzas.
It is an inquiry of practical importance to the aquarian naturalist, How far the diminished pressure which they meet with in the tank, on being transferred from their lower homes to the aquarium, may influence their viability.
In the course of time, the Portuguese Bishops of Goa and the Portuguese missionaries realized that this was not viable.
and Alexander VI.,--able, probably, for it is very seldom that the popes have not been distinguished for something, but men, nevertheless, who were a disgrace to the superb position they had succeeded in reaching.
But at present the branch is not ready for opening, owing to an important viaduct not having finished building.
I remember when I was a major in the Eleventh, down near the City of Mexico, in '48, the time Hardy's command was so nearly wiped out by that viaduct--" He half turned toward Orde, his face lighting up, his fingers reaching for the fork with which, after the custom of old soldiers, to trace the chart of his reminiscences.
The Retiro Viaduct.--Combined iron and stone viaduct over the river Retiro, Brazil.--5 illustrations.
Not less in the construction of bridges and viaducts, than in the preparation of the road-bed proper, does the American engineering faculty display itself.
Footnote 1: "E Brasilia in Guairaniam euntibus spectabilis adhuc semita viditur, quam ab Sancto Thoma ideo incolae vocant, quod per eam Apostolus iter fecisse credatur; quae semita quovis anni tempore eumdem statum conservat, modice in ea crescendibus herbis, ab adjacenti campo multum herbescenti prorsus dissimilibus, praebetque speciem viae artificiose ductae; quam Socii nostri Guairaniam excolentes persaepe non sine stupore perspexisse se testantur."
Therefore, in the words of Horace, --hie Finis chartaeque viaeque.
viage, (BH); Lat.
S.W.M. Lind, Livingston, D. Lord, Lovering, Ludlow, Macaulay, J.Y. Mason, Mathews, Mead, Morgan, A. Morse, E.A.B. Morse, J. Morse, L.P.W. Morse, R.C. Morse, S.E. Morse, S.E. Morse, Jr., S.E.G. Morse, S.W. Morse, Morton, Newcastle, O'Reilly, M.C. Perry, Ransom, Raymond, Reibart, Roby, Rossiter, Salisbury, E.S. Sanford, Shaffner, E.F. Smith, E.G. Smith, F.O.J. Smith, Stevens, Stickney, J. Thompson, H. Thornton, Thorwaldsen, A. Vail, Mrs. A. Vail, G. Vail, Van Schaick, Vassar, Viager, Walewaki, T.R. Walker, Mrs. T.R. Walker, Warren, Watson, Wells, Williams, Wood, T.D. Woolsey.
QUI VEUT LA FIN VEUT LES MOYENS La femme d'un habitant de Nantes, morte il y a quelques annees, lui laissa par testament une rente viagere de vingt mille francs pour tout le temps qu'il resterait veuf, ajoutant qu'au cas ou il se remarierait cette somme reviendrait aux enfants de la premiere femme.
Qu'est-ce qu'une rente viagere?--De qui le monsieur avait-il herite?--A quelle condition?--Les affaires du monsieur ont-elles continue de marcher bien?--Comment a-t-il fait pour empecher ses creanciers de saisir son viager.
---- Il Beato Odorico di Pordenone, ed i suoi Viaggi: Cenni dettati dal Col.
On arrival at the village of the Simplon, which lies at nearly the greatest elevation off the road and is more than half-way across, I wrote in my enthusiasm for the author of this gigantic work, the following lines: O viaggiator, se avessi tu veduto Quel monte, pria che fosse il cammin fatto, Leveresti le mani, e stupefatto Diresti, "chi l'avrebbe mai creduto?
Notum facimus et in verbo veritatis attestamur, come nel mese di Maggio prossime passato le nostre galere vennero dal viaggio di Barberia, doue hauendo mandato per socorrere a vn galionetto de Christiani che hauea dato trauerso in quelle parti, essendo arriuati sopra questa isola alla parte de ponente trouarono vno naue Inglesa, sopra cargo de essa il magnifico Giouanni Keale, et Dauid Filly patrono, volendo la reconoscere che naue fosse, han visto, che se metteua in ordine per defendersi, dubitando che dette nostre galere fossero de inimici: et per che vn marinaro riuoltose contra la volonta de detti magnifico Giouanni Keale et Dauid Filly, habbi tirato vn tiro di artiglieria verso vna de dette galere, et che non se amangnaua la vela de la Maiestra secondo la volonta de detti magnifico Giouanni Keale et Dauid Filly patrono, furimensata detta naue nel presente general porto di Malta, secondo l'ordine del venerando Generale de dette galere, et essendo qua, monsignor Inquisitore ha impedita quella per conto del sancto officio, et si diede parte alla santita di nostro signor Gregorio papa xiij.
Prof. F. de Filippi (Viaggo in Persia nel 1862,... Milan, 1865, 8vo) speaks of the silk industry of Ghilan (pp.
Yo habia adelantado algunos minutos a mis companeros de viaje, y deteniendo mi escualida cabalgadura, contemplaba en silencio aquella cruz, muda y sencilla expresion de las creencias y la piedad de otros siglos.
La rana viajera.
But, notwithstanding, Pascal still fought obstinately against the disease, continuing the treatment, and as ill luck would have it, on this day the little syringe had caught up at the bottom of the vial an impure particle, which had escaped the filter.
VI.--Aladdin, or the Wonderful Lamp There was in the old time a bad and idle boy who lived with his mother, a poor widow, and gave her much unrest.
But just now let us walk or ride up the long winding Viale Macchiavelli, which curves among the villas behind the Boboli Gardens, to the Piazzale Michelangelo and S. Miniato.
21:9 And there came unto me one of the seven angels which had the seven vials full of the seven last plagues, and talked with me, saying, Come hither, I will shew thee the bride, the Lamb's wife.
"Qui ut magnus Orion, Cum pedes incedit, medii per maxima Nerei Stagna, viam findens humero supereminet undas."
--Semperque relinqui Sola sibi, semper longam incomitata videtur Ire viam-- Virg.
175 Hence shall we seek where fair Locarno smiles Embower'd in walnut slopes and citron isles, Or charms that smile on Tusa's evening stream, While mid dim towers and woods her I waters gleam; From the bright wave, in solemn gloom, retire 180 The dull-red steeps, and darkening still, aspire, To where afar rich orange lustres glow Round undistinguish'd clouds, and rocks, and snow; Or, led where Viamala's chasms confine Th' indignant waters of the infant Rhine, 185 Bend o'er th' abyss?--the else impervious gloom His burning eyes with fearful light illume.
The only things I really like in Paris are the Tomb of Napoleon, the Seine at night, and the strawberry tart you get at Vian's.
Footnote:2 Within thirteen months he lost all his sovereignties, and was imprisoned, but escaped to Spain, where he was killed in the attack on Viana in 1507.
Example VI.--Anapestic Dimeter with Trimeter.
CHAPTER L. Visit to Isle Bond--Site of an ancient Indian village--Ossarie--Indian prophet--Traditions of Chusco and Yon respecting the ancient village and bone deposit--Indian speech--Tradition of Mrs. La Fromboise respecting Chicago--Etymology of the name--Origin of the Bonga family among the Chippewas--Traditions of Viancour--Of Nolan--Of the chief Aishquagonaibe, and of Sagitondowa--Evidences of antique cultivation on the Island of Mackinack--View of affairs at Washington--The Senate an area of intellectual excitement--A road directed to be cut through the wilderness from Saginaw--Traditions of Ossaganac and of Little Bear Skin respecting the Lake Tribes.
The traditions of Mr. Viancourt, one of the oldest French residents of Point St. Ignace, who visited the office (24th April), relate that he was born the year Montreal was taken, 1759.
Full of amaze, and joyous, while my soul Fed on the viand, whereof still desire Grows with satiety, the other three With gesture, that declar'd a loftier line, Advanc'd: to their own carol on they came Dancing in festive ring angelical.
Del gran piacer che ne la grotta prese, Questa sentenzia in versi avea ridotta: Che fosse culta in suo linguaggio io penso; Et era ne la nostra tale in senso: Liete piante, verdi erbe, limpide acque, Spelunca opaca e di fredde ombre grata, Dove la bella Angelica, che nacque Di Galafron, da molti in vano amata, Spesso ne le mie braccia nuda giacque; De la commodita che qui m'e data, Io povero Medor ricompensarvi D'altro non posso, che d'ognior lodarvi: E di pregare ogni signore amante E cavallieri e damigelle, e ognuna Persona o paesana o viandante, Che qui sua volonta meni o Fortuna, Ch'all'erbe, all'ombra, all'antro, al rio, alle piante Dica: Benigno abbiate e sole e luna, E de le nimfe il coro che provveggia, Che non conduca a voi pastor mai greggia.
BROCHE, f., verge de fer pour faire rotir la viande.
A third time thus it spake; then added: "There So firmly to God's service I adher'd, That with no costlier viands than the juice Of olives, easily I pass'd the heats Of summer and the winter frosts, content In heav'n-ward musings.
But is not wine itself an opiate in degree?--How many women have been taken advantage of by wine, and other still more intoxicating viands?-- Let me tell thee, Jack, that the experience of many of the passive sex, and the consciences of many more of the active, appealed to, will testify that thy Lovelace is not the worst of villains.
This ship was probably wrecked in the neighbourhood of Dampier's Archipelago, near which there is also an account of the loss of a ship called the Vianen.)
You may have at any restaurant a smaller morsel than an ox or even an ox's shoulder; and as to ladies' finery, there is no article de Paris, no indispensable inutility, no crinoline, hoop, or cage, of impossible materials, shape, and dimensions, which you may not find under the Portici, or in Vianuova, a facility of which the Turinese beauties give themselves the benefit rather freely.