Boehringer, Kants erkenntnisstheoretischer Idealismus, 1888; K. Dieterich, Die Kantische Philosophie in ihrer inneren Entwickelungsgeschichte, 2 parts, 1885 (first published separately, Kant und Newton, 1877; Kant und Rousseau, 1878); W. Dilthey, Aus den Rostocker Kanthandschriften in the Archiv fuer Geschichte der Philosophie, vols.
His next notable publication was a collection of thirty lectures on Tumors (Die krankhaften Geschwuelste, Berlin, 1863-67).
And thanne in that contree, dwellen manye gode Cristene men, the whiche that laften hire godes, and wolde han fled in to Grece: and whan they weren in a playn, that highte Megon, anon this cursed emperour mett with hem, with his hoost, for to have slayn hem, and hewen hem to peces.
These same quiet individuals, whom the Samsons affect to despise, will be found to be by far in preponderance, when the statistics of Corps, Landmannschaften, and all such clubs, are looked into; though the characteristic of the latter, always to be seen at public places of amusement with their colored caps, gaudy watch-guards, or cannon-boots, would lead one to suppose that German student-life was one round of beer-drinking, sword-slashing, and jolly existence, as represented, or rather, misrepresented, by William Howitt, in the halo of poetry he throws around it.
A representative chamber reaches its conclusions touching "preponderant opinion" by a simple process, but the influences which sway courts are obscurer,--often, probably, beyond the sphere of the consciousness of the judges themselves.
"Often, while I sojourned in that monstrous tuberosity of Civilized Life, the Capital of England; and meditated, and questioned Destiny, under that ink-sea of vapor, black, thick, and multifarious as Spartan broth; and was one lone soul amid those grinding millions;--often have I turned into their Old-Clothes Market to worship.
There is no jarring of opinion, as in her brother's case; for Charles Lamb has been sorely misjudged,--often, it must be admitted, with ground of reason; sometimes by persons who might and should have looked deeper.
or a salacot (a large rain-hat, frequently decorated), at least 2 r.--often, when ornamented with silver, as much as $50.
Footnote 3: For the benefit of American readers, it may be well to state that the person who changes a Bank of England note is often asked to write his or her name on the back of it.
--Often, but not always.
Crafty women do get hold of innocent men, and drive them sometimes into perdition,--often to the brink of perdition.
His letters are full of that possenhaften Jargon with which he sprinkled his letters to his sister.
Factory faces have a look of their own,--not only their common dinginess, and a general air of being in a hurry to find the wash-bowl, but an appearance of restlessness,--often of envious restlessness, not habitual in most departments of "healthy labor."
Is the Barrister--are the Socinian divines--inspired, or infallibly sure that it is a crime for a Christian to understand the words of Christ in their plain and literal sense, when a Socinian chooses to give his paraphrase,--often, too, as strongly remote from the words, as the old spiritual paraphrases on the Song of Solomon?
Sigwart, Kleine Schriften, vol.
He therefore rebuked his wife, and charged her roundly to put away her haughty tempers, and to soothe and soften with kind words and gentle offices the man she had reviled; to comfort him with food and drink, and refresh him with kindly converse; saying, that this man had been appointed his tutor by his father long ago, and had been a most tender guardian of his childhood.
But he bore everything so bravely, so silently,--often silent for a whole evening in the midst of pleasant talkers, but not impertinently sad, nor ever sullen,--that we all loved him a little more at such times.
As early as the thirteenth century, we find the custom in Germany, of young clergymen who did not belong to any monkish order travelling through the land to get a living,--here by instructing in schools for a certain period,--there by temporarily serving in churches as choristers, sacristans, or vicars,--often, too, as clerks and copyists to lawyers or other private men.
Suffering, as she was, the most excruciating pains, she was not even allowed to be her own mistress, but was regarded as something which everyone fancied he had a right to look at and to pass judgment upon,--often with no good results to anyone, but greatly to the prejudice of her soul and body, because she was thus deprived of so much rest and recollection of spirit.
Man hat es mit ihm gut gemeint; weil er aber unruhig war, so hat man ihn in Verhaft gestellt, und Dich wird man auch verhaften, wenn Du unruhig bist.
Es verbreitet sich hierauf ueber den Zusammenhang des Attentats auf den Thronfolger und dessen Gemahlin, ueber die Art, wie sich die Jungen schon in der Schule an dem Gedanken der Narodna Dobrana vergifteten und wie sich die Attentaeter mit Hilfe von Pribicewic und Dacic die Werkzeuge zu dem Attentat verschafften, wobei insbesondere die Rolle des Majors Tankofte dargelegt wird, der die Mordwassen lieferte, wie auch die Rolle eines gewissen Ciganovic, eines gewesenen Komitatschi und jetzigen Beamten der serbischen Eisenbahndirektion Belgrad, der schon 1909 als Zoegling der Bandenschule der damaligen Narodna Odbrana austauchte.
His unaffected lamentations when he lifts up his voice on high, or, more beautiful, the sobbing child,--the face all liquid grief, as he tries to swallow his vexation,--soften all hearts to pity, and to mirthful and clamorous compassion.
"Such a one is a worthless idol; not excellent, only sham-excellent:" here, on this negative side especially, you often had to admire how right he was;--often, but not quite always.
Zeller, Sitzungsberichte der Berliner Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1884, p. 673 seq.;
THE END OF THE VOYAGE INDEX LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS THE PORTICO OF BRANDON, FROM THE GARDEN (In full color) (See page 119) Frontispiece MAP OF THE JAMES RIVER FROM RICHMOND TO ITS MOUTH THE HOUSEBOAT GADABOUT IN THE FORWARD CABIN.--LOOKING AFT FROM THE FORWARD CABIN ALONG THE SHORE OF CHUCKATUCK CREEK (In full color) "JUST THE WILD BEAUTY OF THE SHORES, THE NOBLE EXPANSE OF THE STREAM, ... AND GADABOUT" JAMESTOWN ISLAND FROM THE RIVER (In full color) IN BACK RIVER.--THE BEACH AT JAMESTOWN ISLAND WHARF SIGN AT JAMESTOWN ISLAND.--THE "LONE CYPRESS" THE BRIDGE ACROSS BACK RIVER.--THE ROAD ACROSS THE ISLAND THE RUINED TOWER OF THE OLD VILLAGE CHURCH A CORNER IN THE OLD GRAVEYARD (In full color) VIEW FROM THE CONFEDERATE FORT.--LOOKING TOWARD THE FIRST LANDING-PLACE LOCATING WHAT IS LEFT OF THE SITE OF THE FIRST SETTLEMENT AN EXCURSION DAY AT JAMESTOWN ISLAND GADABOUT LOOKING FOR THE LOST ISTHMUS.--A VISIT TO THE "LONE CYPRESS" ONE OF THE EARLIEST EXCAVATIONS.--HUNTING FOR THE FIRST STATE HOUSE ENTRANCE TO CHIPPOAK CREEK.--COVE IN CHIPPOAK CREEK RIVERWARD FRONT OF BRANDON (In full color) A SIDE PATH TO THE MANOR-HOUSE.--THE WOODSWAY TO BRANDON IN THE DRAWING-ROOM "VENERABLE FOUR-POSTERS, RICHLY CARVED AND DARK" A CORNER IN THE DINING-ROOM.--THE DRAWING-ROOM FIREPLACE TREASURED PARCHMENTS, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL GRANT OF 1616 THE ANCIENT GARRISON HOUSE MISS HARRISON IN THE COURT GOWN OF HER COLONIAL AUNT, EVELYN BYRD STURGEON POINT LANDING.--AT THE MOUTH OF KITTEWAN CREEK THE FOREST TOMB.--THE OLD KITTEWAN HOUSE HUNTING FOR THE CHANNEL.--APPROACHING A NARROW PLACE LOWER WEYANOKE AN ANCESTRESS OF WEYANOKE.--CHIEF-JUSTICE JOHN MARSHALL UPPER WEYANOKE.--AT ANCHOR OFF WEYANOKE PRESENT-DAY FLEUR DE HUNDRED A FISHING HAMLET.--A RIVER LANDING "LITTLE BOATS WERE NOSING INTO THE BANK HERE AND THERE" RIVERWARD FRONT OF WESTOVER THE HALL, WITH ITS CARVED MAHOGANY STAIRCASE THE HEPPLEWHITE SIDEBOARD WITH BUTLER'S DESK.--"FOUR-POSTERS AND THE THINGS OF FOUR-POSTER DAYS" THE ROMANTIC CENTRE OF WESTOVER; EVELYN BYRD'S OLD ROOM THE COLONIAL COURTYARD GATES.--TOMB OF COLONEL WILLIAM BYRD THE DRAWING-ROOM MANTELPIECE AT WESTOVER TOMBS IN THE OLD WESTOVER CHURCHYARD (In the foreground is the tomb of Evelyn Byrd) A TRAPPER'S HOME BY THE RIVER BANK.--"OFTEN ... THE WANDERING HOUSEBOAT COMES ALONG TO FIND ONLY AN EMPTY PIER" BERKELEY; THE ANCESTRAL HOME OF A SIGNER OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND OF TWO PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES THE FIELD ROAD AND THE QUARTERS RIVERWARD FRONT OF SHIRLEY (In full color) THE OLD "GREAT HALL" THE DRAWING-ROOM THE KITCHEN BUILDING, FIFTY YARDS FROM THE MANOR-HOUSE A BRICK OVEN IN THE BAKE-ROOM SOME NOTEWORTHY PIECES OF OLD SHIRLEY PLATE PEALE'S PORTRAIT OF GEORGE WASHINGTON VARINA DUTCH GAP CANAL.--FALLING CREEK THE VOYAGE ENDED, GADABOUT IN WINTER QUARTERS CHAPTER I ALL ABOUT GADABOUT It was dark and still and four o'clock on a summer morning.
When maidens, innocently young, Say aften what they never mean, Ne'er mind their pretty lying tongue, But tent the language of their een: If these agree, and she persist To answer all your love with hate, Seek elsewhere to be better blest, And let her sigh when'tis too late.
A hurlie, be it known, was a small boy or man who, in the fashion of a ball-game of the day, propelled the balls along the icy surface of the pond with a long, sharp-pointed stick, and the race was accorded to whoever first caught the ball,--often a trial of both speed and endurance when the course was a long one.
Even sorrow has phantoms of its own; and when Amelia found herself a lonely watcher in the stillness of night, the kind voice of old Allanby,--the voice that was wont of yore to bid her speak her bosom's wish that it might be granted,--often seemed creeping into the inmost cell of her ear.
Das in der oesterreichisch-ungarischen Zirkularnote an die auswaertigen Botschaften in Angelegenheit des serbischen Konflikts erwaehnte Dossier wird heute veroeffentlicht.
She waited for customers, but they seldom came,--often, from opening to window-barring, not one; for the unwilting little martyr of the Hendrik Athenaeum and Circulating Library had made herself a highly disapproved-of Miss Wimple by her ungrateful and contumacious behavior at her father's death, even if the hard and sharp black lines of that scrimped delaine had not sufficed to turn the current of admiration, interest, and custom.
And more"--with a harsh laugh--"I am even told that in your wonderful country the rejected suitor--mon Dieu!--often acts as best man at the wedding--that the body-guard on the holy occasion may be composed of a sad but sentimental phalanx from the army of the refused.
When the spring field work at home has been finished, the cattle are taken thither by the young women and girls,--often twenty and sometimes forty miles away,--where they stay during the summer and make butter and cheese, gather hay, knit stockings, and embroider linen.
that men and women live in drunken stupor upon the spoils of young children,--often not their own,--sent out to beg, to steal, or do worse yet?
Footnote D: ANSELM RITTER VON FEUERBACH'S Leben und Wirken, aus seinen ausgedruckten Briefen, Tagebuechern, Vortraegen und Denkschriften, veroeffentlicht von seinem Sohne, LUDWIG FEUERBACH.
Wo duften die Cypressen?"
As Mr. Coleridge has not only studied the laws of poetical composition, but is a Poet of considerable powers, there are, in this part of his Book, many acute, ingenious, and even sensible observations and remarks; but he never knows when to have done,--explains what requires no explanation,--often leaves untouched the very difficulty he starts,--and when he has poured before us a glimpse of light upon the shapeless form of some dark conception, he seems to take a wilful pleasure in its immediate extinction, and leads "us floundering on, and quite astray," through the deepening shadows of interminable night.
Also, H. Reuter, Geschichte der religioesen Aufklaerung im Mittelalter 1875-77; and Dilthey, Einleitung in die Geisteswissenschaften, 1883.
Die alttuerkischen Inschriften der Mongolei, 1894-7, etc.).
The Art of ancient Rome was a second-hand copy of the original and airy Greek,--often clever, but never vivid and self-originating.
Von Prof. Dr. Ernft Koepke, Mittheilungen, aus den Handschriften der Ritter.