In Mr. Alfred Sutro's play The Builder of Bridges, Dorothy Faringay, in her devotion to her forger brother, has conceived the rather disgraceful scheme of making one of his official superiors fall in love with her, in order to induce him to become practically an accomplice in her brother's crime.
c. Frangnes, Franghis, or Feringays, a common name all over the East for Europeans; assuredly derived from the Francs or French, long known as the great enemy of the Mahometans, by their exploits in the crusades.--E. De Faria says this person was a Jew, and that he made the sign of the cross from the shore to be taken on board.--Astl.
By Charles E. Germane and Edith Gayton Germane.
Charles Fotheringay, of Toronto, U.C., issues and forwards a circular headed "Lyceum of Natural History and the Fine Arts."
Can you get me "Gaytoun's Festivous Notes on Don Quixote"?
Octai was succeeded by his son Gayuk; after whose death, the empire devolved successively on his cousins Mangou or Mangu, and Cublai, the sons of Tuli, and the grandsons of Zingis.
Sir Clement Flint destroys this bond, whereby the money returns to Clifford, who marries lady Emily Gayville, and sir Clement settles the same on his nephew, lord Gayville, who marries Miss Alton.--General Burgoyne, The Heiress (1781).
"Cedars House, Harringay Park Road."
Francisque Gay, nee Blanche Fromillon (A) & Justin Mary (E of L. Cousin); 21Feb55; R145080.
I hast -ily seized it, unfit as it was For a nose -gay, so drip -ping and drown'd, And, swing -ing it rude -ly, too rude -ly, alas!
Two lit-tle girls, named Anne and May, Came by with mirth and laugh-ter ring-ing, Anne ran to seize the in-sect gay-- May fol-low-ed fast and ceased her sing-ing.
The walk to 'the Meet' with fair children, And women as gentle as gay,-- Ah!
Or, dost thou, in some London street, (With voices fill'd and thronging feet,) Loiter, with mien 'twixt grave and gay?-- Or take along some pathway sweet, Thy calm suburban way?
This Ramtonu was an office menial hailing from the district of Gaya, in Behar.
His cassock is soiled, and his horse is strong but not gay,--a very respectable man, courteous and gallant, a soldier corresponding to a modern colonel or captain.
The three species--gaur, gayal and banteng--inhabit Indo-Malayan countries, and all of them are dark brown with white stockings.
He was gayan big for a monkey, and was hairy a' ower, except his face and his bit hurdies, which had a degree of bareness about them, and were nearly as saft as a lady's loof.
Unpublished letters of Gayangos in the library of the Hispanic Society of America; edited with notes by Clara Louisa Penney.
Also of the fetes of May, of the sheaf, of the spring, of the roses, of the fires of St. John, &c. Then there were the historical or commemorative fetes, such as those of the Geant Reuss at Dunkerque, of the Gayant at Douai, &c.; also of Guet de Saint-Maxime at Riez in Provence, the processions of Jeanne d'Arc at Orleans, of Jeanne Hachette at Beauvais; and lastly, the numerous fetes of public corporations, such as the Ecoliers, the Nations, the Universites; also the Lendit, the Saint-Charlemagne, the Baillee des roses au Parlement; the literary fetes of the Pays et Chambres de rhetorique of Picardy and Flanders, of the Clemence Isaure at Toulouse, and of the Capitole at Rome, &c.; the fetes of the Serments, Metiers, and Devoirs of the working men's corporation; and lastly, the Fetes Patronales, called also Assemblees, Ducasses, Folies, Foires, Kermesses, Pardons, &c. From this simple enumeration, it can easily be understood what a useless task we should impose upon ourselves were we merely to enter upon so wide and difficult a subject.
At the same time, Mirza Baysangar, the son of Shah Rokh, sent Soltan Ahmet, and a painter named Khoja Gayath Addin, to accompany his fathers ambassadors, giving orders to his servants to keep an exact journal of their travels, and to take notice of every thing that was remarkable in every city and country they travelled through; carefully noting the nature of the roads, the police, and customs of the people, and the magnificence and government of the various sovereigns.
I think, myself, if every idea our Book contains could be shelled out of its old symbol and put into a new, clean, unmagnetic word, we should have some chance of reading it as philosophers, or wisdom-lovers, ought to read it,--which we do not and cannot now, any more than a Hindoo can read the "Gayatri" as a fair man and lover of truth should do.
Yes, it was gay, gay!--but sometimes dangerous.
Rise the earlier then-- Gay.--But, Madam, the Gentleman lies dangerously--sick--and should he die-- L. Ful. '
Gayden Jenkins, my grandson, has two girls.
If Warder Gaydon is but a poor devil, this poor devil will manifest as much unconcern as to what is in store for him as any gentleman could--even though he were the proprietor of this queer pleasure yacht.
But maybe my presence evokes unpleasant memories, and will bring on another fit, for he continues with extraordinary animation: "Yes, I know you, Gaydon.--Do not approach me!
Already thinking of leaving us, Mr. Gaydon,--of returning to your dismal pavilion at Healthful House?
Phoebe Fenwick Gaye (A); 1Apr60; R255292.
Fortunately we were near a lonely building called Gayeau Tower, the dwelling place of a remarkable man called Patience, a peasant who was both a hermit and a philosopher, and who, like Edmee, was filled with the new social gospel of Rousseau.
She returned a short time later and had a wonderful new series of adventures in which she met Princess Saari, Gayelette, and even some Fuzzy Yellow Wogglebugs.
The distance between the Wigwam and New St. Paul's was very trifling, the solemn pines of the church-yard blending, from many points, with the gayer trees in the grounds of the former; and as the buildings in this part of the village were few, the whole of the bridal train entered the tower, unobserved by the eyes of the curious.
Gayes of Gayes Brothers.
To all questions as to who this extraordinary woman could be, where she was found, and in what place and at what time she was married, the Countess had apt replies whose art of hushing curiosity without absolutely satisfying it, was one of the tokens she yet preserved, of her short sway as grand lady, in the gayest and most hollow city of the world.
Scornfully the Monarch turned away, and commanded the gayeties to proceed.
There was little gayety in the life at Brynbella, or at Bath,--and the society that Mrs. Piozzi now saw was made up chiefly of new and for the most part uninteresting acquaintances.
The tableaux were the finale of the season's gayety,--of this particular little episode, at least, which grew out of the association together of these personages of our story.
It is said, that when Roubiliac was erecting the Nightingale monument in Westminster Abbey, described on page 86, "he was found one day by Gayfere, the Abbey mason, standing with his arms folded, and his looks fixed on one of the knightly figures which support the canopy over the statue of Sir Francis Vere; as Gayfere approached, the enthusiastic Frenchman laid his hand on his arm, pointed to the figure, and said in a whisper, 'Hush!
"Now lookit here, Mr. Lanpher," said the stranger in a low, cold tone, "you said those last words a leetle too gayful to suit me.
Gay.--Hah, Musick--and Excellent!
Gayhead, the west point of Martha's Vineyard.
But as the two Misses Bradlaugh and myself reached the room above the shop, a gay--'I told you so', from Mr. Bradlaugh downstairs, announced a visit, and in another moment Mr. Bradlaugh came up, followed by the three unknown. '
"As to being by the side of those people, I must remind you, that it was Lady Gayland's box in which you were; and that whatever she, with her acknowledged taste and refinement, sanctions with her presence, can only be objected to by ignorance or prejudice.
+galay+, S2; +gaylayes+, pl.,
Illustrated by Gayle Hoskins and Frank Hoffman 1914 CONTENTS I. THE MIRACLE II.
The chief of the series are Huon of Bordeaux, Guerin de Monglave, Gaylen Rhetore (in which Charlemagne and his paladins proceed in mufti to the Holy Land), Miles and Ames, Jairdain de Blaves, Doolin de Mayence, Ogier le Danais, and Maugis the Enchanter.