If, now, he asks somewhat more for the archchancellor's medal, which is ordered and which is not supposed to be any larger, surely the extra expense should not be much, and if it is relatively cheap, I am confident of securing him two hundred subscribers.
Nothing could be gained by staying aboard; every chance might be lost.
All happiness bechance to thee in Milan!
According to text and scripture, now I relate a certain adventure, which bechanced in the realm of Brittany, in days long gone before.
"--chance to meet again, perhaps," said Mr. Lewisham, with a sudden lack of spirit.
Stand fast together, lest some friend of Caesar's Should chance- BRUTUS.
I must avail me of this precious chance-- Must hear my doom decided by thy lips, Though it should part me from thy side forever.
And in Middleton's "Family of Love," (where, by the way, the Free-Love folk of our own day may find their peculiar notions set forth and made the basis of the action, though the play was printed two hundred and fifty years ago,) we find a female free-loveyer thus teaching a mercantile brother of the family, that, although she has a sisterly disregard for some worldly restraints, she yet keeps an eye on the main chance:-- "Tut, you are master Dryfab, the merchant; your skill is greater in cony-skins and woolpacks than in gentlemen.
"I'm a-tryin', Jasper," he said, "I'm a-tryin' my best to hold out; but I'm afraid it ain't a-goin' to do much good; I can't see much chance"-- He stopped suddenly.
I did not expect ever to see another, but the next morning, on my way up the railroad to pay a second visit to the ivory-bill's swamp, I looked up by chance,--a brown thrush was singing on the telegraph wire,--and saw two anhingas soaring overhead, their silvery wings glistening in the sun as they wheeled.
Perhaps it is from some general notion of their impropriety, that several words of this doubtful character have already become obsolete, or are gradually falling into disuse: as, accustomable, chanceable, concordable, conusable, customable, behoovable, leisurable, medicinable, personable, powerable, razorable, shapable, semblable, vengeable, veritable.
He didn't like the Republic, honestly thought it would never succeed with the Republicans (la Republique sans Republicains was for him its only chance)--and he certainly had illusions and thought his friends and advisers would succeed in making and keeping a firm conservative government.
She had heard, too, the man's subsequent prosperity spoken of as a thing of chance,--as having come from gambling on an extensive scale.
***here were some strange characters, not completely removed (50) We will remove completely from their offices the kinsmen of Gerard de Ath, Peter, Guy, and Andrew de Chanceaux, Guy de Cigogne, and in future they shall hold no offices in England.
Even Daniel Bolton thought that the young man should have a chance,--by saying which he was supposed to declare that the question ought to be left to the arbitrament of the young lady.
And-- "There was a young genius of Queen's Who was fond of explosive machines; He blew open a door, But he'll do so no more-- For it chanced that that door was the Dean's."
They took the humor of it like a jolly lot of bears, and all came crowding round about, wiping their mouths on what came first, with a lick and a promise,--kerchief, doublet, as it chanced,--laughing, and shouldering each to be first. "
he answered; but I saw he was anything but convinced.--"But you know reinforcements often arrive too late, and if the Federals should get in, we shall be shot down like dogs in those rooms overhead!"--I acknowledged that this would be, to say the least, disagreeable, but argued that in time of war one must take one's chance.--"Do you think, then, monsieur," he continued, "that, if in the event of the insurgents entering we were to look out for a back door to escape by, we should be acting the part of cowards?"--"Of cowards?
They walked fast, passing through the little village of Chanceford, where they attracted considerable attention.
"Hold on, sir--it's our only chance;--hold on, and we may rub and go."
It may be chance,--I hold it truth,-- That of the friends I loved on earth The ones who died in early youth Were those of best and truest worth.
Quite obviously the career of a Carteret must not be left to chance,--it must be planned and worked out with a due sense of the value of good blood.
Don't you know he'd throw you to the Gentile courts as a sop quicker'n a wink if he got a chance,--just like he'll do with old John D. Lee the minute George A. peters out so the chain will be broke between Lee and Brigham?"
But there is a noble organ, with a massive and lofty front of white marble richly sculptured, occupying the west end of the chancel.
The =chancel= is about 93 feet long, and in height and width is 4 or 5 feet less than the corresponding nave measurements.
Le bourgmestre chancela sous le coup et se mit en fureur contre le paysan; mais celui-ci se contenta de lui montrer le papier qu'il avait signe et se retira fort tranquillement.
Vermorel will seize you by the collar at the moment you are about to open the door and make your escape; and Monsieur Pierre Denis, who used to be a poet as well as a cobbler, will murmur in your ear these verses of Victor Hugo, which, with a few slight modifications, will suit your case exactly:-- "Maintenant il se dit: 'L'empire est chancelant; La victoire est peu sure.'
The little fluttering thing seemed to be saying that to him as it poised on the page, and, as his eyes went into a dream, began to crawl softly, like a rope-walker, up one of his fingers, with a frail, half-frightened hold, while, high up, over the walls of the garden the poplars were discreetly swaying to the southern wind, and the lilac-bushes were carelessly tossing this way and that their fragrance, as altar-boys swing their censers in the hushed chancel,--but ah!
+chanceler+, MD; +cancaler+, S.--AF.
chancery, MD; +chancelerie+, MD.--AF.
Le Prince de Bismarck a l'honneur de prevenir Son Excellence, Monsieur Waddington, que la premiere reunion du Congres aura lieu le 13 juin a deux heures, au Palais du Chancelier de l'Empire, 77, Wilhelmstrasse.
"Two very faire doores, that from the two side iles of the chancell of this church, and two that thorow the head of the chancell (as at this day they doe againe) went into it, were lath't, daub'd, and dam'd up: the faire pillars were ordinary posts against which they piled billets and bavens: in this place they had their ovens, in that a bolting place, in that their kneading trough, in another (I have heard) a hogs-trough; for the words that were given mee were these, this place have I knowne a hog-stie, in another a store house, to store up their hoorded meal; and in all of it something of this sordid kind and condition.
See Spellman, in voce CHANCELLARIUS.
W. was not very likely to consult me in his choice of nominations--and in fact the small appointments, secretaries, were generally prepared in the Chancellerie and followed the usual routine of regular promotion.
Now all the great measures and negotiations are discussed and settled in the various chancelleries--the ambassador merely transmits his instructions.
Illustration: Map 5: The T'ang realm (about A.D. 750) The whole of the chancellery had to accompany the emperor, and all the transport necessary for the feeding of the emperor and his government had continually to be diverted to wherever he happened to be staying.
of Sir George Mackenzie:--"The Chancellor and others waited to examine him; he fell upon his face, roaring, and with tears entreated they would pity a poor creature who had forgot all that was in the Bible.
Here is warrant from The King t' attach Lord Montacute and the bodies Of the Duke's confessor, John de la Car, One Gilbert Peck, his chancellor- BUCKINGHAM.
Baron Beyens, to my mind the most competent and the most impartial, as well as one of the best-informed, of those who have written on the events leading up to the war, says explicitly of the policy of the German Chancellor:-- A practicable rapprochement between his country and Great Britain was the dream with which M. de Bethmann-Hollweg most willingly soothed himself, without the treacherous arriere-pensee which the Prince von Buelow perhaps would have had of finishing later on, at an opportune moment, with the British Navy.
And the dissatisfied were always certain of finding a sympathetic ear and an open purse in the Chancellories of Vienna and St. Petersburg.
The victory of absolutism in Italy was complete, and all people seeking their liberties became the object of attack from the three great Powers, who obeyed the suggestions of the Austrian chancellor,--now unquestionably the most prominent figure in European politics.
And if we come to later days we have the Duke of Bedford, head of the great Whig house of Russell; the Dukes of Marlborough and Westminster, heirs of capacity and good fortune; Lords Bute and Salisbury, descendants of Prime Ministers; and not only Lord Selborne, but Lords Bathurst and Coventry, Hardwicke and Rosslyn, representatives of past Lord Chancellors.
I dare say as soon as the elections are over something will be done, and that Palmerston will be offered the Chancellorship of the Exchequer.
What are all earthly preferments, Chancellorships, Kingships?
Judges &c. i. Lord Chancellor.--Sup.--To the Right Honourable Roundell Palmer, Lord Selborne, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain.
As soon as General Grant broke up his camps north of the Rapidan, Lee was apprised of the fact, and ordered his three corps to concentrate in the direction of Chancellorsville.
When General Hooker took command of the army this team followed him through the Chancellorville and Chantilly fights.
Senor Polo had personally brought the document from the chancellory above."