Not only a contemporary but an eye-witness, Abbo, a monk of St. Germain des Pres, has recounted the details in a long poem, wherein the writer, devoid of talent, adds nothing to the simple representation of events; it is history itself which gives to Abbo's poem a high degree of interest.
non est hec via redeundi ad patriam, Pater mi, sed si alia per vos, aut deinde per alios invenietur que fame d. (Dantis) que onori non deroget, illam non lentis passibus acceptabo.
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Pero cree usted que acabo ahi la cosa?
Nana forgot herself in face of this brisk attack and was going to put her arms akimbo and give her what for.
So did Lucretia, a lady of Senae, after she had but seen Euryalus, in Eurialum tota ferebatur, domum reversa, &c., she would not hold her eyes off him in his presence,-- tantum egregio decus enitet ore, and in his absence could think of none but him, odit virum, she loathed her husband forthwith, might not abide him: "Et conjugalis negligens tori, viro Praesente, acerbo nauseat fastidio;" "All against the laws of matrimony, She did abhor her husband's phis'nomy;" and sought all opportunity to see her sweetheart again.
With leave of the commodore, he set out from Accra, and proceeded as far as Yansong, the chief town of Acquimbo, distant from the coast about one hundred and forty miles.
The following day the wild geese intended to travel northward through Allbo district, in Smaland.
I die of Albo-phobia!"
"Dulce ridentem Lalagen amabo, Dulce loquentem," "I love Lalage as much for smiling, as for discoursing," delectata illa risit tam blandum, as he said in Petronius of his mistress, being well pleased, she gave so sweet a smile.
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After buying slaves at Bonny in April and May she beat about the coast in search of provisions but found barely enough for daily consumption until at the middle of August on the island of Amebo she was able to buy hogs, beans, cocoanuts and oranges.
ameibo, to change).
Again, a veteran Rhode Islander wrote from Anamabo in 1752, "on the whole I never had so much trouble in all my voiges", and particularized as follows: "I have Gott on bord 61 Slaves and upards of thirty ounces of Goold, and have Gott 13 or 14 hhds of Rum yet Left on bord, and God noes when I shall Gett Clear of it ye trade is so very Dull it is actuly a noof to make a man Creasey my Cheef mate after making foor or five Trips in the boat was taken Sick and Remains very bad yett then I sent Mr. Taylor, and he got not well, and three more of my men has been sick.... I should be Glad I coold Com Rite home with my slaves, for my vesiel will not Last to proceed farr we can see Day Lite al Roond her bow under Deck.... heare Lyes Captains hamlet, James, Jepson, Carpenter, Butler, Lindsay; Gardner is Due; Ferguson has Gone to Leward all these is Rum ships."
Ma in tutte le cose e fisiche e morali i passaggi si fanno per insensibili gradagioni; onde per lungo tempo ancora si mantenne il corrotto gusto, che si puo chiamare Arabo-Tedesco."
They are aubo and gomee.
CHAPTER II The "Ulit:" Adventures of Mythical Bagobo at the Dawn of Tradition Lumabat and Mebu'yan Long ago Lumabat and his sister (tube' ) had a quarrel because Lumabat had said, "You shall go with me up into heaven."
Footnote 43: Of "mamma" and "babbo," says the primitive poet.
As this address, (which was written with great sprit, by a man well known in the literary world, Professor Babo,) gives a very striking and a very just picture of the character, manners, and customs, of the hords of idle and dissolute vagabonds which infested Munich at the time the measure in question was adopted, and of the various artifices they made use of in carrying on their depredations; I have thought it might not be improper to annex it, at full length, in the Appendix, No.
Monuments to Balbo, the stanch patriot and nervous biographer of Dante,--to General Bava, the conqueror at Goito,--to Pepe, the heroic defender of Venice, grace the public walks.
Upon his head, his glistering burganet*, The which was wrought by wonderous device And curiously engraven, he did set: 75 The mettall was of rare and passing price; Not Bilbo** steele, nor brasse from Corinth fet, Nor costly oricalche from strange Phoenice; But such as could both Phoebus arrowes ward, And th'hayling darts of heaven beating hard.
Indudablemente el artista, que es casi un dios, da a su obra un soplo de vida que no logra hacer que ande y se mueva, pero que le infunde una vida incomprensible y extrana; vida que yo no me explico bien, pero que la siento, sobre todo cuando bebo un poco.
Ch'a dire e brutto ed a tacerlo e bello And Bembo, "Vie pui bello e il tacerle, che il favellarne."
Honour her to whom honour is due, Old mother Baubo, honour to you.
Nor do I believe that any man born to humble fortunes can be shown to have attained great station, by sheer and open force, whereas this has often been effected by mere fraud, such as that used by Giovanni Galeazzo to deprive his uncle Bernabo of the State and government of Lombardy.
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I knew he must be great to care thus for our 'bimbo.'
The Toafo, Boabo, and other exactions 6 medines per bale, all which they pay presently in ready mony, according to the custome and vse of the emperor.
He reported that the Rio Plata was navigable for a great way, and that it rises from a lake named Bombo in the kingdom of Peru, whence, flowing through the valleys of Xauxa, it receives the rivers Parso, Bulcasban, Cay, Parima, Hiacax, and several others, by which its waters are greatly increased.
They heard no more, for that turn, of the clay figure to which they had given life, save for the news brought, by a bogglebo, that as the limping gay young fellow went down from Morven the reputable citizenry everywhere were horrified because he went as he was created, stark-naked, and this was not considered respectable.
The Bobo a owned that town and were considered rich people.
One of them I examined; it was a funeral service, and was in the usual Boenbo jargon, three-fourths Buddhistic in its nomenclature."
p. 230) that the Tao-szu are called in Tibetan Bonbo and Youngdhroungpa.--H. C. Apparently they had at their command the whole encyclopaedia of modern "Spiritualists."
His bon mots, his sallies, his fortunes and places, and continual dangling at court, procured Bubo, as Pope styled him, one pre-eminence.
Probably the person who was carried prisoner from Anchediva by De Gama, in the former voyage.--E. According to De Faria, the hostages demanded on this occasion were six principal men of the Bramin cast, whose names were brought from Portugal by Cabral, by the advice of Bontaybo or Moncayde, the Moor who went off with De Gama.--Astl.
Yonder he comes; Brabo, discard the fellow.
The chairman said that some samples which had been sent into Staffordshire from Brymbo for rolling into sheets had behaved admirably.
50' N. to which he gave the name of Cabo Branco, or the White Cape, on account of the whiteness of its cliffs.
It was ruled over by a chief named Behechio, with whom dwelt the famous Anacaona, his sister, widow of Caonabo, but, unlike that fierce Carib, a constant friend of the Spaniards.
Humbo the Hippo and Little-Boy-Bumbo.
To save her from the cruelty of Burbo, Glaucus had purchased her, and, in return, the blind girl had become devoted to him--so devoted that her gentle heart was torn when he made it plain to her that his action was prompted by mere natural kindness of heart, and that it was his purpose to send her to Ione.
La Torre's troops, with the exception of one regiment, fled in disgraceful confusion, or perished by hundreds under the lances of the implacable pursuers; and on the evening of the 24th of June, Bolivar, encamped upon the Plain of Carabobo, laid his hand upon the shoulder of Jose Antonio Paez, thenceforward General-in-chief of the Armies of the Republic of Colombia!
CARACULIAM'BO, the hypothetical giant of the island of Malindra'ma, whom don Quixote imagines he may one day conquer and make to kneel at the foot of his imaginary lady-love.--Cervantes, Don Quixote, I.i.1 (1605).
Similique modo nuncij pedites permutantur de hospitio in hospitium, vt citius percipiatur negocium huius nuncij: appellantur sua lingua Chidibo.
He also presented me a fine antler of the Caribo, or American reindeer, a species which is found to inhabit this region.
Aratine Lucretia sold her maidenhead a thousand times before she was twenty-four years old, plus milies vendiderant virginitatem, &c. neque te celabo, non deerant qui ut integram ambirent.