Its "boughs," with their buddings and disleafings?--events, things suffered, things done, catastrophes,--stretch through all lands and times.
"I am as glad as I can possibly be that Captain Yorke has escaped, and if that be disloyal"--finished the spirited little maid, mindful of Patrick Henry--"make the most of it!"
Illustration This farce is a travesty of Orlando Furioso, and "Distaffina" is Angelica, beloved by Orlando, whom she flouted for Medoro, a young Moor.
Falling on one knee, he put both hands on his heart and rolled up his eyes, much after the manner of Bombastes Furioso making love to Distaffina.--E. Sargent.
It was not therefore surprising that figure-footmen, high of stature and faultless in general appearance, should have succeeded each other with startling rapidity, throwing up their appointments and doffing his lordship's livery, without regard to their own welfare or their employer's convenience, but in accordance with some Quixotic notions of respect for their office and loyalty to their order.
Continuing, the letter told him that Dolfin had been slain on the Border, and William and Gilbert of Ghent were going to marry her to Ascelin, and that, having saved her twice, she feared that Hereward could not save her a third time; concluding with an entreaty to submit to William, hinting that an opportunity presented itself now which might never recur.
We learn, too, that Fantina's husband was MARCO BRAGADINO, and Moreta's, RANUZZO DOLFINO.
And now here I am--busted--done--;--fini, as the French say.
But Dunfin was so constituted that she could not think evil of any one and, a moment later, when Prettywing asked her to come and meet her intended, she went with her immediately.
With a chapter on concrete by Harrison F. Gonnerman & a chapter on the crystalline structure of metals by Jasper O. Draffin.
"I'm driffin' 'em off et coss--driffin' 'em off et coss," he whispered, speaking rapidly, and waving his hands about, oriental fashion, the palms turned outward and the fingers twirling; this peculiar gesture seemed intended to indicate the cheapness of his wares. "
Chorus To Jack Robertson we’ll say You’ve been leading us astray, And we’ll never go a-farming any more; For it’s easier duffing cattle on the little piece of land Free selected on the Eumerella shore.
How charmingly must this divine creature warble forth (if a proper occasion be given) her melodious elegiacs!--Infinite beauties are there in a weeping eye.
John Effingham whistled, and endeavoured to look unconcerned, for he well knew that the very first winter had demonstrated the unsuitableness of his plans for such a climate.
"Et Monsieur Jean Effingham----?"
muttered John Effingham--"all outside.
"Foreigner, Miss Effingham!--And why a foreigner?"
"Mr. Effingham!--dear sir," said Paul, almost gasping between surprise and rapture--"this is indeed beyond all my hopes--and this generous frankness too, in your lovely daughter--" Paul's hands had been transferred to those of the father, he knew not how; but releasing them hurriedly, he now turned in quest of Eve again, and found she had fled.
"Miss Effingham!--dearest Miss Effingham--Eve, my own Eve, what am I to infer from this generous warmth!
"Only, Miss Effingham!--Do you estimate poets so high, and old friends so low?"
Miss Effingham!--Eve--but that we!"
To get away from this soul-dwarfing round meant much.
"Effinghamise si vous voulez, ma chere; pourtant c'est un chateau."
"Good heaven, my dear Miss Effingham!--My opinion of your sex, in America!
And yet these Effinghams do very much as they please."
"You are very welcome, Mr. Dodge," the mistress of the house commenced; "I hear you passed the day, yesterday, up at the Effinghamses."
"I would I knew how to take this charge, Miss Effingham!--To be a seaman is not always a recommendation with the polished, intelligent, and refined."
exclaimed John Effingham.--"You have your answer, Ned!"
Baro quidam mugitus boum et rugitus asinorum, et aliorum animalium voces effingit.
Dein Alles, Christus, und mein nichts, Lass taeglich mich empfinden.
Elfiniae, in Hibernia, natus MDCCXXIX.
It flared up, elfinish, then began to ascend.
ELFINLOCKS takes up his pencil, and lo!
Elfin Knight, i. Elfinor, ii.
The following may be mentioned in the same connection: J.H. Witte, Das Wesen der Seele, 1888; H. Muensterberg, Die Willenshandlung, 1888, Beitraege zur experimentellen Psychologie, 1889 seq,; Goswin K. Uphues at Halle, Wahrnehmung und Empfindung, 1888, Ueber die Erinnerung, 1889; H. Schmidkunz, Psychologie der Suggestion, 1892; H. Ebbinghaus, the co-editor of the Zeitschrift fuer Psychologie una Physiologie der Sinnesorgane, 1890 seq.;
Nationality and the German Empire.--Finally, there is a still graver question.
Her encoffined remains were shipped on board a vessel, to be conveyed to England for burial, in accordance with her expressed wish.
But when they have elapsed, it becomes requisite to apply to a day-professor.... The popular almanac which chiefly wields sway in Amoy and the surrounding country, regularly stigmatises a certain number of days as ting-sng jit: 'days of reduplication of death,' because encoffining or burying a dead person on such a day will entail another loss in the family shortly afterwards."
Väter der Maschinenwelt; unbekannte Erfinderschicksale aus fünf Jahrhunderten.
I added: "Enfin, Monsieur, Dieu n'a pas besoin des choses terrestres."
Comment le bavard a-t-il aborde le philosophe?--Celui-ci a-t-il attache une grande importance aux paroles du jeune homme?--Le fat s'en est-il apercu enfin?--A-t-il eu l'aplomb de continuer?--De quel moyen le penseur a-t-il use pour se debarrasser de lui?
Sous quel regne a-t-on donne cette fete, et a quelle occasion?--Qu'est-ce que le buffet offrait aux danseurs?--Qui est-ce qui a attire les regards des spectateurs?--De quoi cette personne etait-elle couverte?--De quel meuble s'est-elle approchee?--Etait-elle douee d'un grand appetit?--Comment mangeait-elle?--Qu'est-ce que les spectateurs se demandaient enfin?--Gargantua aurait-il approche du gourmand du bal?--Qui avait ete prepose a la garde du chateau?--Quelle plaisanterie avait-on imaginee pour participer aux joies de la fete?--La reine a-t-elle ri de la mascarade?--A-t-on continue de veiller au renouvellement des provisions du buffet?
dit-il enfin.--Je ne puis dire que j'aie pris beaucoup de poissons, repondit gaiement le gamin, mais au moins j'ai noye assez de vers!"
A-t-il continue a jouer ensuite?--Le public s'est-il laisse faire?--Comment l'acteur s'est-il excuse enfin?--Les excuses ont-elles ete agreees?
Qu'est-il arrive a l'officier?--Ou l'a-t-on transporte?--Qui a-t-on appele?--Qu'a-t-on tache de faire?--Qu'est-ce que l'officier a voulu savoir enfin?--Qu'est-ce qu'il aurait pu faire, s'il l'avait su?
You say the gods ought to respect a life whose objects are their own; but in cities they have betrayed you to a cloud of insignificant annoyances:-- "Mirmidons, race feconde, Mirmidons, Enfins nous commandons; Jupiter livre le monde Aux mirmidons, aux mirmidons.