On coming to the region of the sun, Adamida slackened her course, and advancing before the sun, covered its face and intercepted all its rays.--Klopstock, The Messiah, viii. (
Dunno whut's come into he ole bones, runnin' th'ugh his dinner lak a razo'-back."
This he provisioned with a jug of water, a starch box full of white corn-meal, and a wide strip of lean razorback bacon.
Reback, Janet M. CALIFORNIA.
Sir Knight, heed not the clarion's call, From hill, or from valley, or turretted hall; Cease, holy Friar, cease for awhile The anthem that swells through the fretted aisle; Forester bold, to the bugle's sound Listen no longer, though gaily wound, But haste to the bridal, haste away, Where love's rebeck is tuned to a sweeter lay.
Little reck the rocks the blow That makes the living water flow; Little recks man's soul the rod That scourges it through tears to God.
"An' now, my dear brev'ren," said Brother Peter, "while I was a-turnin' dis subjec' ober in my min', an' wonderin' how de women come ter hab jus' seben debbils apiece, I done reckerleck dat bit ob Scripter wot I heerd at Kyarter's Mills, an' I reckon dat 'splains how de debbils got inter woman.
Ye don't seem ter recolleck 'bout all them years they'd lost out of their lives.
An elderly porter, putting on his coat as he came, issued, with the dogged aid of one bound by custom to perform a hopeless mission, from the small, redbrick lamp room.
About a week previous four men had arrived from beyond the mountains; Sublette, Reddick, and two others.
Reineck wrote a dissertation "De Potu Vinoso;" and the learned Dr. Shaw lauded the "juice of the grape."
In Austria, great exertions are made for the poor.--Vide "Reisbeck's Travels through Germany," p. 79; and "Este's Journey," p. 337.
Each of these are presented to us in different relations"--Hendrick's Gram.,
However, by the application of levers, it was, at length, raised, and conveyed to a corner of the field, where it lay, for some months, entirely unregarded; nor, perhaps, had we ever been made acquainted with this venerable relick of antiquity, had not our good fortune been greater than our curiosity.
"To force it would be to put Henry on his guard," Lady Heyburn remarked, "If we are to know what secrets are there, and use our knowledge for our own benefit, we must open it with a key and relock it."
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Father Jogues lived among his captors until the fall of 1643, when he escaped in a vessel from the Dutch settlement of Rensselaerswyck (Albany), to which place the Iroquois had gone to trade with the inhabitants.
RENWICK, JAMES D. GRAHAM, A. TALCOTT, Commissioners.
The packing has become dry and by loosening it up and applying oil you may remedy the trouble until such time as you can repack it with fresh packing.
Another company of hounds, that lay at advantage, had their couples cast off, and we might hear the huntsmen cry, Horse, decouple, avant; but straight we heard him cry, Le amond, and by that I knew that they had the hare, and on foot; and by and by I might see sore and resore, prick and reprick.
And should you not aspire at distinction in the republick of letters.
Beforetimes I've often written her to buy some little finery to wear for my sake, but my gift has generally been turned into flannels for poor children or to restock the chickenyard of some unfortunate neighbour whose fowls have all died of gapes.
R110210, 13Apr53, Catherine McCoy Retallick (W) MCCREARY, WILLIAM BURGESS.
Bokenham calls Gower, Chaucer, and Lydgate the "first rethoryens"; and as late as 1590, Chaucer and Lydgate are called "The first that ever elumined our language with flowers of rethorick eloquence."
But take good heede, deare child, While thou art weeping, thou dost not disclose That face of thine; for, were he mine by vow, Loves powerfull Retorick uttered in?
Thy bawdes rhethorick Shall not excuse thee thus.
On these subjects, therefore, young persons should be taught to think justly, and write clearly, neatly, and succinctly, lest they come from school into the world without any acquaintance with common affairs, and stand idle spectators of mankind, in expectation that some great event will give them an opportunity to exert their rhetorick.
Go, see him die; His martial rhet'rick taught the Greeks resistance; Had they prevail'd, I ne'er had known Irene.
Goyn, a most winsome man and eloquent preacher, ministered with marked success to the churches of Niskayuna, Green Point, Rhinebeck, and Port Jervis, New York, and Paramus, New Jersey.
103, n. 1; Young's, Dr., ignorance of rhopalick verses, v. 269, n. 3; mentioned, ii.
The near East was like a blazing rick surrounded by farm buildings; Germany was, if not stirring up the conflagration, certainly not attempting to pour water on the flames, while Austria, possibly--and even probably with Germany's knowledge, would allow no one to make the attempt.
"The bard on Ett -rick's moun tain green In Na -ture's bo -som nursed had been, And oft had marked in for -est lone Her beau -ties on her moun -tain throne; Had seen her deck the wild -wood tree, And star with snow -y gems the lea; In love -li~est c=ol -ours paint the plain, And sow the moor with pur -ple grain; By gold -en mead and moun -tain sheer, Had viewed the Ett -rick wav -ing clear, Where shad -=ow=y fl=ocks of pur -est snow Seemed graz -ing in a world below."
He has a wife at James M. Riddick's, of Gates county, N.C. where he may probably be lurking.
The ridge of rock cutting across the burned-over area could not properly be called rimrock.
He studied the first two years here under Schnyder von Wartensee, a distinguished Swiss composer; and his exercises have met with the warmest approval from Mendelsohn, at present the first German composer, and Rinck, the celebrated organist.
In the village of Riprock there was neither tavern nor inn, for it was but a small place through which few travellers passed; but it could not be said to be without a place of entertainment, for if by chance a stranger--or two or three of them, for that matter--wished to stop at Riprock for a meal, or to pass the night, there was the house of blacksmith Fryker, which was understood to be always open to decent travellers.
Risbeck of Cologne.
I once knew a chap who was a gradooate of one of these institutions of larning, He was more ristocratick than a retired church deekin'.
So Tom jumped into the sea, and swam on his way, singing:— “Farewell, Tomtoddies all; I thank my stars That nought I know save those three royal r’s: Reading and riting sure, with rithmetick, Will help a lad of sense through thin and thick.”
When they're sufficiently grease-stained, dented, and creaky, they're sent to the roadblock unit, where they're battered without pity.
It should be observed, that during twenty-five years that he was in the service of France, he had sought for and beaten the English every where; that he gained the famous battle of Robeck, and chastised the Flemish; that he enjoyed for twelve years the salary and appointments of Constable; and that, moreover, his landed estate, (which included many castles inherited from his ancestors, in Bretagne and Poitou,) was very considerable."
HENRY I. THE CRUSADES.--ACCESSION OF HENRY.--MARRIAGE OF THE KING.--INVASION BY DUKE ROBERT.--ACCOMMODATION WITH ROBERT.--ATTACK OF NORMANDY.--CONQUEST OF NORMANDY.--CONTINUATION OF THE QUARREL WITH ANSELM, THE PRIMATE.-- COMPROMISE WITH HIM.--WARS ABROAD.--DEATH OF PRINCE WILLIAM.--KING'S SECOND MARRIAGE.--DEATH AND CHARACTER OF HENRY MN 1100.
The Sphinx, whose name signifies "the one who binds," is the demon who sits on the cloud-rock and imprisons the rain, muttering, dark sayings which none but the all-knowing sun may understand.