The Duke of Portland's celebrated powder was nothing less than the deacintaureon of Caelius Aurelianus, or the antidotus et duobus centaurae generibus of Aetius, the receipt for which, a friend of his grace brought with him from Switzerland, into which country, in all likelihood, it had been introduced by the early medical writers, who had transcribed it from the Greek volumes, soon after their arrival into the western part of Europe.
Oh, mighty aura!
Pone me, pigris ubi nulla campis Arbor aestica recreatur aura-- Dulce ridentem Lalagen amabo, Dulce loquentem.
The race-track near Papeete was puaa horo fenua faa titi auraa.
There lifts the Sonnenstein his head, There chafes the Traun his rocky bed And Aurach's lovely vale is spread-- Look on them and be men!
PWH) LITTLE JESSIE JAMES, a musical farce in 2 acts by Harlan Thompson, music by Harry Auracher.
"Ut flos in septis secretus nascitur hortis, Ignotus pecori, nullo contusus aratro, Quam mulcent aurae, firmat sol, educat imber, &c. Sic virgo dum intacta manet, dum chara suis, sed Cum Castum amisit," &c.------ Virginity is a fine picture, as Bonaventure calls it, a blessed thing in itself, and if you will believe a Papist, meritorious.
Qu'on ait plus de bien, de credit, Plus de vertu, plus de conduite, Je n'en aurai point de depit, Qu'un autre me passe en merite Sur le gout et sur l'appetit, C'est l'avantage qui m'irrite.
Prevenez done mes parents le mieux que vous pourrez; qu'ils ne cherchent pas a venir, ils n'en auraient pas le temps.
Au reste, il n'y aurait guere a s'en plaindre: ils font office d'agents de selection; ils eliminent--dans la sterilite ou imbecillite--des etres imbeciles et malfaisants, et ils remettent en circulation des richesses qui n'ont souvent ete accumulees qu'a coups de rapines, ou par une perseverante marche dans les voies deshonnetes.
Unless, as some thinkers have conceived, the immortal soul wraps itself about in some aural vapour that takes the form it wore on earth.
Footnote 15: And aurally, it may be added.
He had five sons: John, who was called Gaddis, and Simon, who was called Matthes, and Judas, who was called Maccabaeus, and Eleazar, who was called Auran, and Jonathan, who was called Apphus.
The latter was erected by Aurang Zeb, in memory of his vizier Ghasy-al dyn Chan, the founder of the madrissa.
Dr. Brown, the chaplain of the Princess of Aurange, performed the place of the king's chaplain.
Jehan built the fort at Agra, and the best specimens of his architectural work are within its walls, erected between 1630 and 1637, and he was confined within them, the prisoner of his son Aurangzeb, for seven years before his death, from 1658 to 1665.
Aurangzib has done well in taking my advice and prohibiting it.
Moreover he added to his kingdom Trachonitis and the adjacent Batanea, and the district of Auranitis.
Upon the road from Indor to Auranjabad, there are no bungalows with rooms, and it is very seldom that even an open one is to be found--that is, a building with three wooden walls, over which a roof is thrown.
Punica mala aurantia commode permittuntur modo non sint austera et acida.
I went to Aurantius with a beating heart, for I looked upon our interview as the critical moment of my destiny.
I caught the gold-fever myself, and joined a party bound for the new town of Auraria, on Cherry Creek, afterwards called Denver, in honor of the then governor of Kansas.
what will become of me--vitales auras invitus agebat, he was weary of his life, sick, mad, and desperate, utinam mihi esset aliquid hic, quo nunc me praecipitem darem. '
Regia domo ornatuque certantes, sese ac formam suam Antonio offerentes, &c. Cum ornatu et incredibili pompa per Cydnum fluvium navigarent aurata puppi, ipsa ad similitudinem Veneris ornata, puellae Gratiis similes, pueri Cupidinibus, Antonius ad visum stupefactus.
AURA.--Thus the superior atmosphere is named, 145.
A monument has also been erected to his memory in the anti-chapel of University College, Oxford, by Lady Jones, with the following inscription: M. S. Gulielmi Jones equitis aurati, Qui clarum in literis nomen a patre acceptum Magna cumulavit gloria.
The subject was evening, and this is how he treated it:-- Phoebus aqua splendet descendens, aequora tingens Splendore aurato.
"Qua ponto a Helles" is an extravagant expression; but "Auratua aries Colehorum" is a verse illuminated with splendid names.
It is an auratum.
Cyprinus auratus, or the Gold-fish, is one of the most ornamental objects in an aquarium.
I should like ..." On some of their voyages to Brest he was hoping that Ferragut would permit him to go to Auray long enough to climb that same stairway on his knees, to see Ste.
Would that I had space to tell at length of our long and delightful journey back the next day, which lay for several miles along the path by which we came, and then, after we had looked down once more on the exquisite bay of Fillette, kept along the northern wall of the mountains, instead of turning up to the slope which we came over out of Caura.
But there were only two persons of note in Rome who wrote philosophy, till the time of Cicero,--Aurafanius and Rubinus,--and these were Epicureans.
c. Conchileata aulaea, buccinarum clangorem, tibiarum cantnum, et symphoniae suavitatem, majestatemque principis coronati cum vidissent sella deaurata &c. 5768.
Daura was rescued by her father, but she haunted the shore all night in a drenching rain.
The Parliament of Paris finally decided the matter with the inflexible partiality to the rights of rank, and confiscated all the goods of the inhabitants, forced the principal magistrates to go on their knees before the house of Aimeri de Berenger, and ask pardon; themselves to take down the body of the victim, and to have it publicly and honourably buried in the burial-ground of the Daurade.
gladium bonum dices, non cui deauratus est baltheus, nec cui vagina gemmis distinguitur, sed cui ad secandum subtilis acies et mucro munimentum omne rupturus.
"Before we finally turn our backs on the last scattered houses of the village, we find both sides of the road lined with ugly worm-fences, which are overtopped by the various species of Helianthus, Thistles, Biennial Gaura, and the Illinoisian Bell-flower with cerulean blossoms, and other tall weeds.
asked the eldest,--Laura,--as she took her seat at table.
exaurare, to expose to the air (Lat.
Copiosus quoque numerus formosorum puerorum, et puellarum, aetatis inter decem et sex decem annos, indutorum torquibus, et cycladibus exauratis, exercentium inter iocos cantus et spectacula, ac seruientium suo Domino prope nutum.
Through the whole of Samnium, and through the Falerian and Gauran forests, he so harassed Hannibal that he who could not be reduced by valor was weakened by delay.
The name of Harhaura is, I think, preserved in the Haro River.
The southern rim of the Cuzco Basin is broken by no very striking peaks, although Huanacaurai (13,427 ft.),