Rapid advance of spring--Troops commence a stockade--Principles of the Chippewa tongue--Idea of a new language containing the native principles of syntax, with a monosyllabic method--Indian standard of value--Archaeological evidences in growing trees--Mount Vernon--Signs of spring in the appearance of birds--Expedition to St. Peter's--Lake Superior open--A peculiarity in the orthography of Jefferson--True sounds of the consonants--Philology--Advent of the arrival of a vessel.--Editors and editorials--Arrival from Fort William--A hope fled--Sudden completion of the spring, and ushering in of summer--Odjibwa language, and transmission of Inquiries.
* * * * * VII.--HEREDITARY POLICY OF AMERICA.
Do I not remember that glorious moment when the late Mr. ---- we won't say who,--editor of the ---- we won't say what, offered me the sum of fifty cents per double-columned quarto page for shaking my young boughs over his foolscap apron?
It's on principles like these--boldly and unblushingly avoo'd here--in Mr. Awmrose's paper-parlour, at the conclusion o' the sixth brodd, on the evening o' Monday the 22nd o' September, Anno Domini aughteen hunder and twunty-aught, within twa hours o' midnicht--that you, sir, have been yeditin' a Maggasin that has gone out to the uttermost corners o' the yerth, wherever civilization or uncivilization is known, deludin' and distracktin' men and women folk, till it's impossible for them to ken their right hand frae their left-- or whether they're standin' on their heels or their heads--or what byeuk ought to be perused, and what byeuk puttin intil the bottom o' pye- dishes, and trunks--or what awthor hissed, or what awthor hurraa'd--or what's flummery and what's philosophy--or what's rant and what's religion--or what's monopoly and what's free tredd--or wha's poets or wha's but Pats--or whether it's best to be drunk, or whether it's best to be sober a' hours o' the day and nicht--or if there should be rich church establishments as in England, or poor kirk ones as in Scotland-- or whether the Bishop o' Canterbury, wi' twenty thousan' a-year, is mair like a primitive Christian than the Minister o' Kirkintulloch wi' twa hunder and fifty--or if folk should aye be readin' sermons or fishin' for sawmon--or if it's best to marry or best to burn--or if the national debt hangs like a millstone round the neck o' the kintra or like a chain o' blae-berries--or if the Millennium be really close at haun'--or the present Solar System be calculated to last to a' eternity--or whether the people should be edicated up to the highest pitch o' perfection, or preferably to be all like trotters through the Bog o' Allen--or whether the government should subsedeeze foreign powers, or spend a' its sillar on oursells--or whether the Blacks and the Catholics should be emancipawted or no afore the demolition o' Priests and Obis--or whether (God forgie us baith for the hypothesis) man has a mortal or an immortal sowl--be a Phoenix--or an Eister!--From the Noctes.
Tetterman, in what is now Wyoming.--EDITOR.
"WHETHER YOU WISH TO MODEL A FLOWER IN WAX; TO STUDY THE RULES OF ETIQUETTE; TO SERVE A RELISH FOR BREAKFAST OR SUPPER; TO PLAN A DINNER FOR A LARGE PARTY OR A SMALL ONE; TO CURE A HEADACHE; TO MAKE A WILL; TO GET MARRIED; TO BURY A RELATIVE; WHATEVER YOU MAY WISH TO DO, MAKE, OR TO ENJOY, PROVIDED YOUR DESIRE HAS RELATION TO THE NECESSITIES OF DOMESTIC LIFE, I HOPE YOU WILL NOT FAIL TO 'ENQUIRE WITHIN.'"--Editor.
Footnote 6: This story of Hwuy-king's death differs from the account given in chapter xiv.--EDITOR.
"Whur be Zhoreditch?"
Crudi haec humoris copia per venas aggreditur, unde morbi multiplices.
Footnote A: Bacon Tait's advertisement of "new and commodious buildings" for the keeping of negroes, situated at the corner of 15th and Carey streets, appears in the Richmond Whig of Sept. 1896.--EDITOR.
Dumque petit petitur, pariterque accedit et ardet, their affection cannot be reconciled.
Enough remains from among his early efforts to accredit whatever mournful witness may now be borne of him.
And yet another, "Remember I am the P.A.C. (Press Advisory Committee) chairman for another three years -- and as long as I'm around, I'll ensure you don't get an accreditation!!"
Vous etes accredite partagera notre point de vue et prescrira d'urgence a son Representant a Vienne de se prononcer dans le meme sens.
That the crisis took Russia by surprise seems evident from the fact that her ambassadors accredited to France, Berlin, and Vienna were not at their posts when friction began with Russia. (
WHILE ACCREDITING THE AMERICAN NAVY with its full share of praise for its wonderful accomplishments, let us remember that there is scarcely a boat in the navy flying the American flag but what has a number of COLORED SAILORS on it, who, along with others, help to make up its greatness and superiority.
Mankind properly accredits him with a marvellous achievement.
RHAMNUS ALATERNUS.--Mediterranean region, 1629.
exercitus equitum, et vnus per vnam dietam ipsum antecedit, secundus aliam, et tertius similiter, et quartus; ita quod semper ipse se tenet in medio in modum crucis; et ita omnes exercitus habent omnes dietas suas ordinatas, quod inueniunt omnia victualia parata sine defectu.
The old manuals with their precise instruction for trimming and painting trout-rods eighteen feet long, and their painful description of "oyntments" made of nettle-juice, fish-hawk oil, camphor, cat's fat, or assafoedita, (supposed to allure the fish,) are altogether behind the age.
White men, employed to lay out railroads in snaky places, often carry ammonia with them as an antidote.--EDITOR.
I write all of my books in a text-editor TEXT EDITOR SCREENGRAB (BBEdit, from Barebones Software -- as fine a text-editor as I could hope for).
Nec pluteum caedit, nec demorsos sapit ungues.
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Behind him were three circular towers with pointed roofs surmounted by crosses, while around, in bold early Gothic letters, ran the inscription + S. BENEDITI .
Chapter 1: Sixties' stories: Free Goa's first elections By Ben AntaoBesides his stint referred to in this chapter, Benedito Martinho Herculano Antao (b, 1935) worked for the Indian Express in Bombay (1965-66).
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Don Juan Sebastian del Cano, her commander, was complimented by his sovereign by a grant for his arms of a globe, with the proud inscription, commemorative of his being the first circumnavigator, "Primus Me Circumcedit."
He seems a very sensible cat.--EDITOR Nursery Days."
General Characteristics.-Meredith's novels afford him various opportunities for an exposition of his views on education, divorce, personal liberty, conventional narrow-mindedness, egotism, sentimentalism, and obedience to law.
Sed praeter expectationem res evenit, Audax stultitia in eam irruit, &c. illa cedit irrisa, et plures hinc habet sectatores stultitia.
Cedite Romani Scriptores, cedite Graii.
And in this our countryman, Servius, as it seems, thinks that there is nothing to be observed except post, and he insists upon it that liminium is a mere extension of the word; as in finitimus, legitimus, ceditimus, timus has no more meaning than tullius has in meditullius.
For he relates how a certain plebeian named Marcus Ceditius reported to the senate that as he passed by night along the Via Nova, he heard a voice louder than mortal, bidding him warn the magistrates that the Gauls were on their way to Rome.
To show that the regulations observed in carrying on the various trades and manufactures in the Military Work-house are good, it will, I flatter myself, be quite sufficient to refer to the flourishing state of the establishment;--to its growing reputation;--to its extensive connections, which reach even to foreign countries;--to the punctuality with which all its engagements are fulfilled;-- to its unimpeached credit;--and to its growing wealth.
Accedentes vero ad praedictum dominum, semper sibi aliquid offerendum deferunt; secum illam antiquam legem obseruantes; Non apparebis in conspectu meo vacuus; Idcirco portauimus nobiscum poma, et ea sibi super vnum incisorium reuerenter obtulimus; et ipse duo accepit, et de vno aliquantulum comedit: Et tunc fecit nobis signum quod recederemus, ne equi venientes in aliquo nos offenderent; statimque ab eo discessimus, atque diuertimus, et iuimus ad aliquos Barones per fratres nostri ordinis ad fidem conuersos, qui in exercitu eius erant, et eis obtulimus de pomis praedictis, qui cum maximo gaudio ipsa accipientes ita videbantur laetari, ac si praebuissemus eis familiariter magnum munus.
Multa nutriunt pecora sed nullos porcos, parum comeditur ibi de pane exceptis magnatibus et diuitibus, sed carnes edunt pecorum, bestiarum, et bestiolarum vtpote boum, ouium, caprarum, equorum, asinorum, canum, cattorum, murium, et rattorum, ius carnium sorbentes, et omnis generis lac bibentes.
In medio illius montis est planicies pulcherrima, in qua est lacus paruus multum habens de aqua, et homines illi dicunt aquam illam fuisse de lachrymis Adae et Euae, sed probaui hoc falsum esse, quia vidi aquam in lacu scaturire: haec aqua plena est hirudinibus et sanguisugis, et lapidibus pretiosis; istos lapides rex non accepit sibi, sed semel vel bis in anno permittit pauperes sub aqua ire pro lapidibus, et omnes quot possunt colligere illis concedit, vt orent pro anima sua.
The which reason may well be applied to excuse every Christian from it, who is a priest to the most High God, and hath the most celestial and important matters concredited to him; in comparison to which all other matters are very mean and inconsiderable.
Tangimur zelotypia de pupillis, liberis charisque curae nostrae concreditis, non de forma, sed ne male sit iis, aut ne nobis sibique parent ignominiam.
GARST, ROBERT E. Headlines and deadlines; a manual for copyeditors, by Robert E. Garst & Theodore Menline Bernstein.
'Edith,' he replied--and the bright flush faded from his cheek, and the fire in his eye died away, and he sank again upon his couch--'Edith, you have subdued my spirit; or perhaps,' he added, smiling up in her face, 'weakness has subdued it.
Mater tenens filiuin, uxorque maritum, In diversa pertrahunt, et tenent invitum, Fratres cum militibus velut compeditum Stringunt, nec discedere sinunt expeditum.
Footnote F: "De tous les auteurs," says the Baron de Grimm, "qui nous restent de l'antiquite, Plutarque est, sans contredit, celui qui a recueilli le plus de verites de fait et de speculation.
More Bills of Credit.%--But the sale of tickets went off so slowly that Congress had to go back to the issue of bills of credit.
Such quotations will occur in this series without further credit.--C.D.P. II Early Mining and Filibustering In 1855, When I arrived in Washington as an amateur delegate from the new Territory, the "Gadsden Purchase" did not attract much attention.
"Show some pity for Christ's sake, pity a sick man, an old man," &c., he cares not, ride on: pretend sickness, inevitable loss of limbs, goods, plead suretyship, or shipwreck, fires, common calamities, show thy wants and imperfections, "Et si per sanctum juratus dicat Osyrim, Credite, non ludo, crudeles tollite claudum."
This story, which Galvano has reported from Genoa, seems altogether unworthy of credit.--E. The Matelots are laid down in our modern maps, in lat.