Heywood's I Edward IV.:--"Commend me to blacke Luce, bouncing Bess, and lusty Kate, and the other pretty morsels of man's flesh.
IV.--End of Jarndyce and Jarndyce Richard always declared that it was Ada he meant to see righted, no less than himself, and his anxiety on that point so impressed Mr. Woodcourt that he told me about it.
Das erste Jartausend der Schachlitteratur (850-1880) zusammengestellt von Dr. A.v.d.
J'attend avec beaucoup d'impatience une lettre que m'apprendra comme vous avez passe le jour d'hier; je tremble quand je pense au baigne de St. Antoine; car je crains toujours le risque de tomber sur l'escalier en sortant--et je me trouve entre l'esperance et la crainte--une situation bien desagreable!
Jo,--bend your ear down closer,--I thought once I knew such a man,--and,--dear,--I loved him."
Jugend und Reife; moderne Kurzgeschichten.
After the whole southern circuit was finished, there was no word of payment, and Wull's life became quite miserable at Geordy's incessant grumbling and taunting; the latter ever and anon repeating, "What a d--d idiot Wull was to gie the beest without the money till a man he kend naething about;" and the other as pertinaciously insisting, "that he (the gentleman) was an honest-looking man, there was nae fear o' him."
And as the Caternas could never forget--any more than they could forget the famous peaches of Khodjend--there are a few of these dishes which the English embassy wished to retain in remembrance, for they have given the composition in the story of their journey: pigs' feet dusted with sugar and browned in fat with a dash of pickles; kidneys fried with sweet sauce and served with fritters.
Kiss our Carl a thousand times for me, and ich bin Dich von ganzem Herzen kuessend, Dein ewig getreuer Mozart I am, kissing you with all my heart, your ever faithful, MOZART."
I 1901 CONTENTS OF VOL.I. CHAP INTRODUCTORY I POETRY AND PROSE II STILL LIFE III ANYTHING BUT STILL LIFE IV FLOTSOM, JETSOM, AND LAGEND V THE WAY TO WIN THEM VI AN OLD FOE WITH A NEW FACE VII LA CORDIFIAMMA VIII TAKING ROOT IX "AM I NOT A WOMAN AND A SISTER?"
It says, "All European Turkey could now be accommodated comfortably between the Landsend and the Tamar, Cornawal alone exceeding its total area and but for its alliance with Germany, Turkey could have been assured of retaining at least sixty thousand square miles of the Eastern Balkans."
It was infinitely less disgraceful to Marcus to lend his ear to the one than it has been to some eminent modern statesmen to be carried away by the insensate fury of the other.
She opened it by hazard at the following poem, which had no heading and which stood, a small triptych of print, rather solitary in the lower half of a large white page: Dieu qui sourit et qui donne Et qui vient vers qui l'attend Pourvu que vous soyez bonne, Sera content.
So musst du sein, dir kannst du nicht entfliehen, So tagten schon Sybillen und Propheten; Und keine Zeit, und keine Macht zerstueckelt Gepraegte Form, die lebend sich entwickelt.
Indeed, he was one with the Hindus in a love for the bees, the silence, the mountains, rivers, the moon, and the heaven-protected cattle, in whose great soft eyes he found the completion of animal peace.... The legend that the bees had come from Venus, with the perfect cereal, wheat, as patterns of perfection from that farther evolved planet--fascinated, became the leit-motif of his thoughts for weeks.
CHAPTER XIX ~Legend of Buddha's Danta-kashtha~ Going on from this to the southeast for three yojanas, they came to the great kingdom of Sha-che.
The maiden is likend sic to a violet which has been just before likened to a maid.
And those red mould heaps; ay, there lie the Shells of Men, out of which all the Life and Virtue has been blown; and now are they swept together, and crammed down out of sight, like blown Egg-shells!--Did Nature, when she bade the Donau bring down his mould-cargoes from the Carinthian and Carpathian Heights, and spread them out here into the softest, richest level,--intend thee, O Marchfeld, for a corn-bearing Nursery, whereon her children might be nursed; or for a Cockpit, wherein they might the more commodiously be throttled and tattered?
What of that small half-sunk lodging in Big Lochend Close, where Mary's mother lived, and where Mary had been brought up, where perhaps Mary had died?
And he beheld and listend the servyse fulle tentyfly: and he askede the Cristene knight, what men of degree thei scholden ben prestes.
"You misapprehend me, sir.
Sure th'emperoure, Has loosend everye pearle about hys crowne In loosinge you, the glorye of hys kingdome.
"So Wat Danbury spent the night in tossing about and reflecting what a sensitive thing this machinery of ours is, and how very foolish it is to play tricks with what is so easily put out of gear and so difficult to mend.
Read John Copeland: "My DEAR LORD,--recommend me to your lordship with soul and body and all my poor might, and with all this I thank you, as my dear lord, dearest and best beloved of all earthly lords I protest to me, and thank you, my dear lord, with all this as I say before.
C. Townsend imposes Import Duties in America.--After some Years, the Civil War breaks out.--Hanoverian Troops are sent to Gibraltar.--The Employment of Hanoverian Regiments at Gibraltar and Minorca.--End of the War.--Colonial Policy of the Present Reign.--Complaints of the Undue Influence of the Crown.--Motions for Parliamentary Reform.--Mr.
tandis qu'aupres de leurs jeunes compagnes; Dans les riches cites, dans les vastes campagnes; Ses amis d'autrefois errent en liberte, Lorsque l'heure propice a la societe, Reconduit chaque soir la jeunesse folatre Aux entretiens joyeux, a la danse, au theatre, Ou, d'un plaisir plus doux annoncant le retour, Du moment fortune vient avertir l'amour, Il est seul; ... en un long et lugubre silence, Pour lui le jour s'acheve, et le jour recommence; Il n'entend point l'accent de la tendre amitie, Il ne voit point les pleurs de la douce pitie: N'ayant de mouvement que pour trainer des chanes, Un coeur que pour l'ennui, des sens que pour les peines, Pour lui, plus de beaux jours, de ruisseau, de gazon; Cette voute est son ciel, ces murs son horizon, Son regard, eleve vers les flambeaux celestes, Vient mourir dans la nuit de ses cachots funestes; Rien n'egaie a ses yeux leur morne obscurite; Ou si, par des barreaux avares de clarte, Un faible jour se glisse en ces antres funebres, Il redouble pour lui les horreurs des tenebres, Et, le coeur consume d'un regret sans espoir, Il cherche la lumiere et gemit de la voir."
So the prefix mis, (if from miss, to err,) drops one s; but it is wrong to drop them both, as in Johnson's "mispell" and "mispend," for misspell and misspend.
"Now surely, brother," said the Foxe anon, "Te have this matter motioned in season: 125 For everie thing that is begun with reason Will come by readie meanes unto his end; But things miscounselled must needs miswend.
I always re-mmend Fringer--in Church-street in Golden Friars.
Cause it is uniust You should mispend affection on her Who is incapeable of it.
Then the morals,--attend to your own, and let other people's alone.
That Sir, you share both these, the muse forgive, If I presume to write what all believe, Your candour too, and charming courtesy, Rever'd by them is justly so by me, Let me not then offend your modesty, If now my genius to a height I raise, Such parts, and such humanity to praise.
The best Commentary on a Man's Life.--Leicester House.--Grace Boyle.-- Elegant Modes of passing Time.--A sad Day.--What does Dodington come here for?--The Veteran Wit, Beau, and Politician.--'Defend us from our Executors and Editors.'
why then, if your windpipe were slitt now and opend, there should the voice be found.
For Bismarck had just declared war upon Austria, and the failure of Overend and Gurney had thrown the City into confusion.
So I do, madonna; but to read his right wits is to read thus; therefore perpend, my Princess, and give ear.
An' so, of co'se, thinkin' it might encour'ge him, we thess had it did over--tryin' to coax him to consent after each one, an' makin' pertend like we enjoyed it.
from Ostend with the royal army of four thousand men under the Marshal Marsin.
Nay, God forbid that mid these tragic throes To idle comedy my thought should bend, When torments dire and warning woes portend Of this our world the instantaneous close!
En meme temps elle prend des mesures actives, et si ces mesures sont tolerees, ses pretentions augmenteront proportionnellement.
They returned with the news that the court had refused to reconsider the charge of manslaughter, and had merely condemned Philip for insolence; he was ordered to make personal satisfaction to the sheriff, standing (clerk as he was) naked before him, and submitting to a heavy fine; his prebend was to be forfeited to the king for two years; for those two years he was to be exiled and his movable goods were confiscated.
St=ud~y his bi -as leaves, and makes his book thine eyes, Where all those pleas -ures live, that art can com -prehend.
N. B. I do not approve, or defend, nay, I dislike, these "United Theological Booksellers": but this utter Barrister is their best friend by attacking them so as to secure to them victory, and all the advantages of being known to have been wickedly slandered;--the best shield a faulty cause can protend against the javelin of fair opposition.
Yet there were coteries in Paris which thrust the Thing away from them as much as possible, and tried to pretend that art was still alive, and that philosophy was untouched by these brutalities.
On the north while Scutari was retained for Albania through the insistence of Austria-Hungary, Russian influence was strong enough to secure the Albanian centres of Ipek and Djakova and Prisrend, as well as Dibra on the east, for the allied Serb states.