PRE-SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMATISTS The "University Wits" and Thomas Kyd.--Five authors, John Lyly, George Peele, Robert Greene, Thomas Lodge, and Thomas Nashe, all graduates of Oxford or Cambridge, were sufficiently versatile to be called "university wits."
35 Nem=etes, a people of ancient Germany, about the city of Spire, on the Rhine, G. i. 51 Nemetocenna, a town of Belgium, not known for certain; according to some, Arras, G. viii, 47 Neocaesarea, the capital of Ponts, on the river Licus, now called Tocat Nervii, an ancient people of Gallia Belgica, thought to have dwelt in the now diocese of Cambray.
We from the bridge descended at its head, Where it connects itself with the eighth bank, And then was manifest to me the Bolgia; And I beheld therein a terrible throng Of serpents, and of such a monstrous kind, That the remembrance still congeals my blood Let Libya boast no longer with her sand; For if Chelydri, Jaculi, and Phareae She breeds, with Cenchri and with Amphisbaena, Neither so many plagues nor so malignant E'er showed she with all Ethiopia, Nor with whatever on the Red Sea is!
'The largest tigress I have shot was at Sahareah, which measured ten feet two inches.
This establishment had been founded in 1681 in the ancient suburb of Marruecos as a reorganization of the famous Escuela de Mareantes (navigators) of Triana.
Gigantic precipices, high cliffs, and rugged mountains forbade travel, and from a boat only could one see the extreme southern end of Tahiti-nui Marearea, Great Tahiti the Golden, as it was called by its once proud race.
She blamed the baroness de Guiche for not being able to return the affection of a husband who had married her with an inconsiderable fortune, and had since she had been his wife pardoned a thousand miscarriages in her conduct:--she praised the virtue of mademoiselle de Mareau, who being at fifteen the bride of a man of seventy, behaved to him with a tenderness, and exact conformity to his will, which, if owing alone to duty, was not to be distinguished from inclination:--she expressed a concern that the gaity of the dutchess of Vendome gave the world any room for censure, and highly condemned the duke for being guilty of actions which had made her sometimes give into parties of pleasure by way of retaliation:--but she was more severe on the indecorum of mademoiselle de Renville, who being known for the mistress of the duke of Chartres, and that she was supported by him, was fond of appearing in all public places.
Also about an Harque-buz-shotte from Matarea is a spire of great height like to that at Rome, and more beautifull to beholde.
She will adventure all her estate for such a night, for a nectarean, a balsam kiss alone.
I think Mr. O'Blareaway's conversation might be a blessing to him.
I have been meditating much on the story of Palarea's 'box of papers;' which does not appear to be in my possession, and I have a strong impression that I gave it to young Florez Calderon.
Footnote 8: "La qual dormiva in atto tanto adorno, Che pensar non si puo, non ch'io lo scriva Parea che l'erba a lei fiorisse intorno, E d'amor ragionasse quella riva."
Octavas reales are strophes of eight hendecasyllabic verses (llanos), of which the first six rhyme alternately and the last two form a pareado.
Pareados are pairs of contiguous verses of the same number of syllables, which rhyme together in pairs.
Il mesto Conte a pie quivi discese; E vide in su l'entrata de la grotta Parole assai, che di sua man distese Medoro avea, che parean scritte allotta.
In picciol corso mi pareano stanchi Lo padre e i figli, e con l' agute scane Mi parea lor veder fender li fianchi.
Of her sands Let Lybia vaunt no more: if Jaculus, Pareas and Chelyder be her brood, Cenchris and Amphisboena, plagues so dire Or in such numbers swarming ne'er she shew'd, Not with all Ethiopia, and whate'er Above the Erythraean sea is spawn'd.
When they yielded none the more, in spite of his giving to each man gratuitously his own kin, he erected a kind of salesroom in a safe spot under the very wall, where he led each one of the prominent men past and auctioned him off, to see if by this means at least he could gain the Patareans.
Twas Lucretia's counsel in Aretine, Si vis amica frui, promitte, finge, jura, perjura, jacta, simula, mentire; and they put it well in practice, as Apollo to Daphne, ------"mihi Delphica tellus Et Claros et Tenedos, patareaque regia servit, Jupiter est genitor"------ "Delphos, Claros, and Tenedos serve me, And Jupiter is known my sire to be."
Across this Shakspearean plank, laid between Olympus and Asgard, or more strictly Alfheim, we gladly pass from the sunny realm of Zeus into that of his Northern counterpart, Odin, who ought to be dearer and more familiar to his descendants than the Grecian Jove, though he is not.
RHONORUM PROVINCIATUM CIVITATUMQUE NOMINA LATINA (CORONELLI, POTIUS ALPHONSUS LASOR A VAREA), Fol.
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"Con tal romor, qualor l'aer discorda, Di Giove il foco d'alta nube piomba: Con tal tumulto, onde la gente assorda, Da l'alte cataratte il Nil rimbomba: Con tal orror del Latin sangue ingorda Sono Megera la tartarea tromba."
Tartaream intendit vocem, qua protinus omnis Contremuit domus-- Virg.
At a safe distance of a day's riding lie the tartarean copper-forges of Swansea, the tartarean iron-forges of Merthyr; their sooty battle far away, and not, at such safe distance, a defilement to the face of the earth and sky, but rather an encouragement to the earth at least; encouraging the husbandman to plough better, if he only would.
p., S; +stareand+, S2.--AS.
8:35 And the sons of Micah were, Pithon, and Melech, and Tarea, and Ahaz.
That, too, should be of authority over all the area of "tutelage" Africa.
11:25 And for the villages, with their fields, some of the children of Judah dwelt at Kirjatharba, and in the villages thereof, and at Dibon, and in the villages thereof, and at Jekabzeel, and in the villages thereof, 11:26 And at Jeshua, and at Moladah, and at Bethphelet, 11:27 And at Hazarshual, and at Beersheba, and in the villages thereof, 11:28 And at Ziklag, and at Mekonah, and in the villages thereof, 11:29 And at Enrimmon, and at Zareah, and at Jarmuth, 11:30 Zanoah, Adullam, and in their villages, at Lachish, and the fields thereof, at Azekah, and in the villages thereof.
2:53 And the families of Kirjathjearim; the Ithrites, and the Puhites, and the Shumathites, and the Mishraites; of them came the Zareathites, and the Eshtaulites, 2:54 The sons of Salma; Bethlehem, and the Netophathites, Ataroth, the house of Joab, and half of the Manahethites, the Zorites.
It was entitled: "Himene Tatou Arcarea," which meant, "Our Festal Song."
One felt like a fool to rehearse to a Tahitian, telling one the tale, the statement of scientists that the embrasure had been worn by water when Afareaitu was under the ocean during its million-year process of rising from the mud.
But especially to do strange miracles by glasses, of which Proclus and Bacon writ of old, burning glasses, multiplying glasses, perspectives, ut unus homo appareat exercitus, to see afar off, to represent solid bodies by cylinders and concaves, to walk in the air, ut veraciter videant, (saith Bacon) aurum et argentum et quicquid aliud volunt, et quum veniant ad locum visionis, nihil inveniant, which glasses are much perfected of late by Baptista Porta and Galileo, and much more is promised by Maginus and Midorgius, to be performed in this kind.
Arenarea purpurea, purple Sandwort, at 9--10, and at 2--3.
We cannot think Mr. Wedgwood's derivation of this word from bague an improvement on that of Ducange from baga, area.--Coarse Mr. Wedgwood considers identical with course,--that is, of course, ordinary.
31 This tale a Sybil-nurse aread; She softly stroked my youngling head, And when the tale was done, Thus some are born, my son, (she cries,) With base impediments to rise, And some are born with none.
Therewith he gan afresh to waile and weepe, That I for pittie of his heavie plight 170 Could not abstain mine eyes with teares to steepe; But when I saw the anguish of his spright Some deale alaid, I him bespake againe: "Certes, Alcyon, painfull is thy plight, That it in me breeds almost equall paine, 175 "Yet doth not my dull wit well understand The riddle of thy loved Lionesse; For rare it seemes in reason to be skand, That man, who doth the whole worlds rule possesse, Should to a beast his noble hart embase, 180 And be the vassall of his vassalesse; Therefore more plain areade* this doubtfull case."
Aglaium Areadum pauperrimum Apollo praetulit, qui terminos agri sui nunquam excesserat, rure suo contentus.
Now, presently, I was gone over unto sleep; and in seven hours I waked; and in that time had the Maid slumbered through eight hours; yet did I intend that she be not disturbed, until that we were aready to the journey.
Illic areae, turres, camerae, cubicula, cum alijs aedificijs, in multo numero, et gloria permagnifica, ac historiarum picturis, inter quas, nonnunquam prodigioso artificio bestiae et bestiolae, aues et auiculae discurrebant, volitibant, et per pugnas, garritus, collusiones, mentiebantur viuere.
H. Schafer, The Empire of Min, Tokyo 1954; Schafer's annotations provide much detail for the cultural and economic conditions of the coastal area.--For tea and its history, I use my own research; for tea trade a study by K. Kawakami and an article in the Frontier Studies, vol.
Loss of Tone in the Non-sensitive Area.--In addition to the mischief resulting from a wound going undetected, it must be remembered that the loss of tone resulting from the operation gives to every wound (however slight), in the region supplied by the removed nerve, a sluggish and troublesome character.
Then, turning to the astonished spectators who were assembled in the area--"Ladies and gentlemen," he said, "there has been a robbery committed here within these fifteen minutes.
Prodidit areanas arcta fenestra faces.
The mother of health, key of heaven, a spiritual wing to arear us, the chariot of the Holy Ghost, banner of faith," &c. And 'tis true they say of it, if it be moderately and seasonably used, by such parties as Moses, Elias, Daniel, Christ, and his apostles made use of it; but when by this means they will supererogate, and as Erasmus well taxeth, Coelum non sufficere putant suis meritis.
Apparently he had made it very popular with the natives of the band, for it vied with the "Himene Tatou Arearea" in repetition.
Kings and queens, chiefs and chiefesses, priests and warriors, were sent ashore crapulous in many a jolly-boat, or paddled their own canoes, after areareas on war-ships and merchantmen.
Where all folk it see may, A mile from each town, About the mid-day, The rood is up areared; His friendes are afeared, And clingeth so the clay; The rood stands in stone, Mary stands her on, And saith Welaway!
+A-reren+, v. to raise, build, to arise, to rear, S2, PP; +arearen+, S; +areride+, pt.
Whole forest areas in the South have been denuded for hickory for spokes.