CHAPTER VII Effect of the Criticism in the "Edinburgh Review"--"English Bards and Scotch Reviewers"--His Satiety--Intention to Travel--Publishes his Satire--Takes his Seat in the House of Lords--Departs for Lisbon; thence to Gibraltar The impression which the criticism of the Edinburgh Review produced upon the juvenile poet was deep and envenomed.
In the summer of 1844 a large party of half-breeds and Indians from Red river,--English subjects,--trespassed upon the hunting grounds of the Sioux.
For," says he, "if we say was stolen, it is possible for us to mean, that the bag only was stolen,"--English Gram.,
The same types from the army of the East crowded its sidewalks,--English dressed in khaki, Canadians and Australians in hats with up-turned brims, tall, slender Hindoos with coppery complexion and thick fan-shaped beards, Senegalese sharpshooters of a glistening black, and Anammite marksmen with round yellow countenance and eyes forming a triangle.
Footnote 3: Ernst Haeckel of Jena (born 1834; General Morphology, 1866; Natural History of Creation, 1868 English, 1875 I Anthropogeny, 1874; Aims and Methods of the Development History of To-day, 1875; Popular Lectures, 1878 seq.--English, 1883), G. Jaeger, A. Schleicher (The Darwinian Theory and the Science of Language, 1865), Ernst Krause (Carus Sterne, the editor of Kosmos) O. Caspari, Carneri (Morals and Darwinism, 1871), O. Schmidt, Du Prel, Paul Ree (The Origin of the Moral Feelings, 1877; The Genesis of Conscience, 1885; The Illusion of Free Will, 1885); G.H. Schneider (The Animal Will, 1880; The Human Will, 1882; The Good and III of the Human Race, 1883).
Other than the spider work I tried to learn Tamil from Selvan but he was keen to learn English from me and so both of us failed in learning a new language and ended up speaking a cocktail of TamEnglish instead.
In the pub/soviet.archive/text.english directory, you'll find everything from telegrams from Lenin ordering the death of peasants to Khrushchev's response to Kennedy during the Cuban missile crisis.
One of the soldiers, being merry among themselves, is somewhat bold with th'English, and sayes th'are dainty Hennes.
CHAPTER XVIII TO THE TREATY OF MUNSTER A.D. 1625--1648 Frederick Henry succeeds his Brother--Charles I. King of England--War between France and England--Victories of Admiral Hein--Brilliant Success of Frederick Henry--Fruitless Enterprise in Flanders--Death of the Archduchess Isabella--Confederacy in Brabant--Its Failure, and Arrest of the Nobles--Ferdinand, Prince-Cardinal, Governor-General--Treaty between France and Holland--Battle of Avein--Naval Affairs--Battle of the Downs--Van Tromp--Negotiations for the Marriage of Prince William with the Princess Mary of England--Death of the Prince-Cardinal--Don Francisco de Mello Governor-General--Battle of Rocroy--Gallantry of Prince William--Death of Cardinal Richelieu and of Louis XIII.--English Politics--Affairs of Germany--Negotiations for Peace--Financial Embarrassment of the Republic--The Republic negotiates with Spain--Last Exploits of Frederick Henry--His Death, and Character--William II.
17.--English Meat Loaf.
14.--English Tea Cakes.
"February 1st, 1842.--English Toryism has, even in my eyes, about as much to say for itself as any other form of doctrine; but Irish Toryism is the downright proclamation of brutal injustice, and all in the name of God and the Bible!
1875,--English translation, 1857, by Oxenford,--supplements the first two volumes of the Geschichte der neueren Philosophie).
21.--English Peach Pie.
1883;--English translation by Alexander Stewart and Allan Menzies, 1886-88.--TR.),
18.--English Stuffed Goose.
19.--English Creamed Asparagus.
1.--English Plum Pudding.
22.--English Boiled Pudding.
25.--English Ham Sandwiches.
26.--English Roast Veal.
5.--English Pigeon Pie.
8.--English Cream Pudding.
The first of these incidents brought me in acquaintance with a certain San Francisco character, who had something of a name beyond the limits of the city, and was known to many lovers of good English.
9.--English Chocolate Pudding.
CRITIC."--English Grammar with Worcester's Univ.
edited by J.B. Meyer, 1882--English translation, 1871), Karl Fortlage was strongly influenced in his psychological views by Beneke.
Fisk has it in the following form: "What is the reason of this person's dismissing his servant so hastily?"--English Grammar Simplified, p. 108.
The dead are of various nations,--English, American, but principally German.
Letter L.--English Exhibitions of Works of Art.--The Society of Arts.--Royal Academy.--Jews in Parliament.
1811 Benjamin West.--George III.--Morse begins his studies.--Introduced to West.--Enthusiasms.--Smuggling and lotteries.--English appreciation of art.--Copley.--Friendliness of West.--Elgin marbles.--Cries of London.-- Custom in knocking.--Witnesses balloon ascension.--Crowds.--Vauxhall Gardens.--St.
Another chapter is dedicated to "Sixpenny Miracles in England," which is chiefly composed of rechauffees from our own press, and with which the reader is probably familiar; but there are some passages sufficiently amusing for quotation:--"English officials are invariably impertinent, from the policeman at the corner to the minister in Downing-street ... a stranger might suppose them paid to insult, rather than to oblige ... from the clerk at the railway depot to the secretary of the office where a man is compelled to go about passports, the same laconic rudeness is observable."