Une mout noble piere lor donna proprement, Ou on avoit pose Mahon moult longement."
L'Ambassadeur d'Allemagne a confere aujourd'hui de nouveau longuement sur la situation avec le Directeur du Departement Politique.
But for who it is, and whence it cometh--" "Sweet, courteous lord,--resplendent, youthful sir, I come from north and south, from east and west, o'er land, o'er sea, from village green and market-square, but lately from the holy shrine of the blessed Saint Amphibalus.
M. Cachalot had not read either Grampus or Merman, but he heard of their dispute in time to insert a paragraph upon it in his brilliant work, L'orient au point de vue actuel, in which he was dispassionate enough to speak of Grampus as possessing a coup d'oeil presque français in matters of historical interpretation, and of Merman as nevertheless an objector qui mérite d'être connu.
And thinking of all the cruel carnal glory wrought out by naval heroes in scenes like these, I asked myself whether, indeed, that was a glorious coffin in which Lord Nelson was entombed—a coffin presented to him, during life, by Captain Hallowell; it had been dug out of the main-most of the French line-of-battle ship L’Orient, which, burning up with British fire, destroyed hundreds of Frenchmen at the battle of the Nile.
Auberville, in his magnificent work "L'Ornement des Tissus," is astonished to find the term pomegranate-pattern almost confined to these forms, since their central part is generally formed of a thistle-form.
Here they are, giving you the qualities you now have and those you have had: Dans vos amours on vous trouvait legere, En amitie toujours sure et sincere; Pour vos amants, les humeurs de Venus, Pour vos amis les solides vertus: Quand les premiers vous nommaient infidele, Et qu'asservis encore a votre loi, Ils reprochaient une flamme nouvelle, Les autres se louaient de votre bonne foi.
Les convies louerent d'abord le choix d'Esope; a la fin ils s'en degouterent. "
A small poem of the thirteenth century, entitled, "De l'Oustillement au Vilain," gives a clear though rough sketch of the domestic state of the peasantry.
Dr. Adam, in fact, if he denies this, only contradicts himself; for, in his paradigms of the English Active Voice, he gives the participles as two only, and both simple, thus: "Present, Loving; Perfect, Loved:"--"Present, Having; Perfect, Had."
Beneath, a green twilight lingered--twilight which held a gem-like glow, chill and lucent and steady as that of an emerald.
Of this so luculent and precious jewel, Which of our heaven is nearest unto me, Great fame remained; and ere it die away This hundredth year shall yet quintupled be.
His enormous and weak bill seems made for the purpose of swallowing bananas whole; how he feeds himself with it in the forest it is difficult to guess: and when he hops up and down on his great clattering feet--two toes turned forward, and two back--twisting head and beak right and left (for he cannot see well straight before him) to see whence the bananas are coming; or when again, after gorging a couple, he sits gulping and winking, digesting them in serene satisfaction, he is as good a specimen as can be seen of the ludicrous--dare I say the intentionally ludicrous?--element in nature.
He moved his pinions afterwards and fanned us, Affirming those 'qui lugent' to be blessed, For they shall have their souls with comfort filled.
Would it coil round his throat and gaze with-luminescent eyes into his, and torture him thus for hours ere thrusting its fangs into his brain?
I have used it much, in conjunction with the latest editions of Geikie, Le Conte, and Lupparent, and such recent manuals as Walther, De Launay, Suess, etc.,
MACHINALEMENT, d'une maniere machinale.
The roof is amazingly stocked with wood, all dark stained: as you look up at it a sense of solemn maddlement creeps over you; and what such a profuse and complex display of timber can mean is a mystery, which only the gods and sharp architects will be able to solve.
Quae sontes agitant metu, Ultrices scelerum deae Jam masta: lacrymis madent, Non Ixionium caput Velox praecipitat rota.
In Bagdat are many manufactures of gold and silk, and damasks and velvets with figures of various creatures; in that city there is a university, where the law of Mahoment, physic, astronomy, and geomancy are taught; and from it come all the pearls in Christendom.
Quel avertissement la dame a-t-elle donne a sa bonne?--Les domestiques se gardent-ils toujours de repliquer a leurs maitresses?--Comment cette bonne a-t-elle compris la chose?--Pourquoi comptait-elle sur un accord parfait avec Madame?
This irregularity of work is not in its first aspect so much a deficiency of work, but rather a maladjustment While on the one hand we see large classes of workers who are habitually overworked, men and women, tailors or shirt-makers in Whitechapel, 'bus men, shop-assistants, even railway-servants, toiling twelve, fourteen, fifteen, or even in some cases eighteen hours a day, we see at the same time and in the same place numbers of men and women seeking work and finding none.
The Friar now was wrote; and some will say, They smell a malcontent through all the play."
For in the types with persistent juvenile thymus there occurs a maldevelopment of the sex glands, while in those with early pineal recession the sex glands bloom simultanously with the appearance of adolescent hair and mental traits.
I by rights belonged with these malecontent and objurgating gentlemen; but a chronicler has privileges, and I got leave to count myself into the Eighth Company, my old friend Captain Shumway's.
They applied to him to exercise his maleficent power on those whom they planned to deprive of their goods.
The foundation of this opinion is accounted for by Mark Ficimis as follows:--There is a year, he tells us, assigned for each planet to rule over the body of a man, each of his turn; now Saturn being the most maleficient (malignant) planet of all, every seventh year, which falls to its lot, becomes very dangerous; especially those of sixty-three and eighty-four, when the person is already advanced in years.
Thus it was that to his host of passive enemies, Tarzan of the Apes added that day two active foes, both of whom remained awake long into the night planning means of revenge upon the white devil-god who had brought them into ridicule and disrepute, but with their most malevolent schemings was mingled a vein of real fear and awe that would not down.
Contradiction de pure forme, faite pour courtoisie vis-a-vis de nous, mais qui malheureusement ne change rien au fond des choses.
Fierce whirling storms and hurricanes here leap, With blasting lightnings maltalent and sweep The furious waves that lash around that shore, As the fierce whirl of some dread maelstrom's power!
Footnote 22: Correspondence relative to the arrest and detention at Bremen of Conrad Schmidt, and arrest and maltreatment at Heidelberg of E.T. Dana, W.B. Dingle, and David Ramsay, all citizens of the United States; correspondence with the King of Prussia relative to religious toleration.
J'aimerais a raconter toutes les aventures que mes vertus sulpiciennes m'amenerent, et les tours singuliers qu'elles m'ont joues.
Therein also will be seen the answer to the consultation addressed to his successor in the command, Don Mariano Fernandez de Folgueras, under date of April 25, 1809, in which he most earnestly beseeches the king to endeavor, by every possible means, to send out religious missionaries; deploring the decline and want of order he had observed with his own eyes in the towns administered by native clergymen, and pointing out the urgent necessity of intrusting the spiritual government of these provinces to the dexterous management of the former.
"In earnest, at this rate of managment, thou usest thyself very coarsly.
Il a declare aujourd'hui a l'Ambassadeur d'Allemagne que les pourparlers directs entre la Russie et l'Autriche avaient echoue, et que les correspondants des journaux mandaient de St.-Petersbourg que la Russie mobilisait contre l'Autriche a la suite de la mobilisation de cette derniere.
Porro de regione Cadilla in orientem venitur ad regnum Backariae, in qua mali et multum crudeles habitant homines, nec est securum itinerare per illam, quod ad modicam occasionem (si Deus non conseruaret) occiderent viatorem et manducarent.
domus Christianorum, qui Nestoriani sunt et Schismatici, et cum illic essent, hospitati sunt in domo cuiusdam illorum; contigit dum ibi manerent litem oriri inter virum domus, et vxorem eius, quam sero ver fortiter verberauit, quae suo Kadi, i. Episcopo conquesta est; a qua interrogauit Kadi, vtrum hoc probari posset?
Hippolyte thinks we are awfully greedy; he was heard yesterday grumbling to the Baronne's maid, "Mais ou diable est-ce que ces dames mettent tout ce qu'elles mangent?
Qu'est-ce que le cardinal mangeait tous les soirs?--Qu'est-il arrive une fois?--Que pensaient les domestiques?--Qu'est-ce qu'ils ont fait tout de suite?--Le cardinal avait-il hate de manger?--Comment le maitre d'hotel a-t-il tache de reparer le malheur?--Qui est arrive en ce moment?--Comment a-t-il aide les domestiques?--Le cardinal a-t-il ete trompe?--A-t-on apporte enfin le poulet?--Le cardinal l'a-t-il mange?--A-t-il ete content de souper deux fois?
L'Autriche mene des pourparlers manifestement dilatoires a Petersbourg.
Votre Altesse Royale en s'adressant a Moi dans un moment particulierement difficile ne s'est pas trompee sur les sentiments qui M'animent a Son egard et sur Ma sympathie cordiale pour le peuple serbe.
ate the bodies of their victims like so much bread; whilst a Venetian chronicler, speaking of the council of Lyons in 1274, says there was a discussion about making a general move against the Tartars, "porce qu'il manjuent la char humaine."
And I to him, in a light and jocose manner--"LENT keeps them so well fed that they never keep Lent themselves, I suppose."