This is another claimant for a Roman send-off to its history, and with better grounds than Poole, though here again authorities differ, some maintaining that Badbury Rings, the scene of the great defeat of the West Saxons by the British, was the original Vindogladia.
2) His one craving is to amass money; and for that reason he is an adept at driving a hard bargain (3)--glad enough to take in, but loath to pay out.
glad to see you,--glad, glad.
Compounds purging melancholy Superior parts Mouth swallowed Liquid, as potions, juleps, syrups, wine of hellebore, bugloss, &c. Solid, as lapis Armenus, and lazuli, pills of Indie, pills of fumitory, &c. Electuaries, diasena, confection of hamech, hierologladium, &c. or Not swallowed, as gargarisms, masticatories, &c. or Nostrils, sneezing powders, odoraments, perfumes, &c. or Inferior parts, as clysters strong and weak, and suppositories of Castilian soap, honey boiled, &c. Symbol: Gemini Chirurgical physic, which consists of Memb.
At dusk, we entered Foligno, and were driven to the "Croce Bianca"--glad to be thirty miles further on our way to Rome.
"Glad to say," muttered the old man, the eager, expectant look disappearing from his face, giving place to one of disappointment--"glad to say; why there hasn't been an accident to-day, and here you've gone and rung the bell, and brought me here to the door for nothing.
We are as isolated here from all vestiges of civilization as we should be in a Florida everglade," Kate said, as the little craft swam along in an eddy.
Cuban bloodhounds have been purchased with the money of the people, and imported and used to hunt slave fugitives among the everglades of Florida.
"--Settlement of the Peninsula.--The Indian War.--Its Causes.--Causes of the Peace.--The Everglades.--St.
And rise With light in the eyes, And a crown of hope on the brow; And walk in outgoing gladness,-- Not sit in an inward sadness-- As now!
yeeres, and in the end met at this place with great ioy and gladnesse, and builded a litle house vpon the top of this mountaine, the which at this day they call Beyt Adam, that is to say, the house of Adam.
gladly, PP; +gledliche+,S. +Gladnesse+, sb.
By pledges we mean presents, which, after consent, are confirmations, testifications, first favors, and gladnesses.
Didn't seem no clouds could dim Any happiness for him, Allus seemed to have a line Out f'r gladness--"feelin' fine!"
This time the surprise was a joyful one; and the quick flush of rosy color which spread over her cheeks was a flush of gladness,--undisguised and honest gladness.
von Fontana Fortini Fournier, Madame Franci, Luigi Franck, Cesar Franz, Robert Fricken, Ernestine von Fumaroli, Judge Fumetti, Maria Anna Fuerstenau, A.B. Galatea Galilei, Galileo Gallenberg, Count Garella, Lydia Gastoldi, Doctor Gautier, Theophile Gavadia, Joanna Geminiani, Francesco Genast, Doris Genzinger, Maria Anna Sabina von Giannatasio Giannatasio, Fanny del Rio Ginguene, Pierre Louis Giorgione, Giorgio Gladovska, Constantia Glasenapp, Karl Fr.
"The widow woman she picked up her baby, and she run down the walk here, and out into the street screaming--she was so glad,"--putting his eyes to the peep-hole again,--"and the Virgin Mary come down the walk after her, and come through the gate, too; and that was all she seed--the widow woman."
Goddesses I saw, and nymphs Graceful and beautiful, and harpers fine As Linus or as Orpheus; and more deities, All without veil or cloud, bright as the virgin Aurora, when she glads immortal eyes, And sows her beams and dew-drops, silver and gold.
gladness, MD; +glednesse+,S. +Gladschipe+, sb.
I--I'm glad"--she uttered a quick, little sob--"that I--I played my part well while it all lasted; but you know it wasn't so much me as my looks that did it.
Patrick Gardiner of the family of Torwoodhead, by Mrs.* Mary Hodge of the family of Gladsmuir.
"Oh, I shall be so glad!--so thankful!"
S. +Gladsom+, adj.
First of all, the theme of poetry, or any other fine art, need not always be gladsome, but can appeal to some other strong emotion, provided it be high and noble.
Chronid waited joyfully on the earth, for he had passed a pleasant night, and was gladsomely gazing on the earthly circle.
Compare the Saxon and the Celt with regard to the gladsomeness of life as shown in their literature.
"Press you, my poy you didn't oughter brung dot stuff; you know we loff you here, and effery time it is you coom I get gladsomer, and dot Annette she just cried ven you vent to de war."
Rev., on Crokers's "Boswell's Johnson," Gladstone's "Church and State," Macirone, Col.
It cannot be anything else, on the broad principle set out by Mr. Gladstone-- "It is the intention of the Government that is, the Conservative Government that a serious effort shall be made to consider carefully those elements which India in its present condition may furnish, for the introduction into the Councils of India of the elective principle.
how they thronged to the spot where he was expected to speak,--as the Scotch people thronged to Edinboro' and Glasgow to hear Gladstone:-- "And when they saw his chariot but appear, Did they not make an universal shout, That Tiber trembled underneath her banks To hear the replication of their sounds Made in her concave shores?"
Gladstones's foreign policy.
W.E.-- and Lord John Russell and the Corn Laws at the War and Colonial Office his first great speech his first Budget resignation Italian sympathies letters regarding the Neapolitan prisoners Budgets defeated at Oxford and the Franchise introduces the Reform Bill, March, 1866 reports Government defeat to Lord John and Disraeli's Franchise Bill letter to Dr. Pusey quoted the Irish Church question, 1868 visits to Pembroke Lodge speech on Irish Church disestablishment conversation on Parliamentary courage the Affirmation Bill letters to Lady Russell his article on the Melbourne Ministry and Parnell Lady Russell on "Gladstonian," the term his last Cabinet mentioned in the letters Justin McCarthy on Gladstone, Mrs. letter to Lady John Russell at Pembroke Lodge Glenelg, Lord Godfrey, Miss Alice (see Russell, Mrs. Rollo) Gortschakoff, Prince, Russian emissary Goschen, Mr., appointment Graham, Sir James resignation Grant, General Granville, Lord-- Letter to Lady John correspondence with Canning sent for by the Queen and Italy correspondence with Lord Clarendon Gray, Maxwell, "The Silence of Dean Maitland" Greece, the crisis of 1850 Russian policy Greville, Charles-- Cited on Lord John Russell on the Greek crisis Grey, Lady Grey, (2nd) Earl-- Prime Minister resignation, May, 1834 Grey, (3rd) Earl, death Grey, Sir George, "Security of the Crown" Bill and Fergus O'Connor rumoured Irish rebellion and the Conspiracy laws Guizot, and Louis Philippe dismissal and his reply to Louis Philippe Habeas Corpus Act, suspension Harcourt, Sir William Vernon, letter to Lady Russell Harrison, Frederic-- Friendship with Lady Russell letter to Lady Agatha Russell the Memorial address Hatton, Sir Christopher, life Hawick freedom presented to Lord John Russell Herbert, Sidney resignation on the Italian question Herzegovina, insurgents of Hill, Rowland, Penny Postage Hindhead Hodgkinson, Mr., amendment Holland House dinners at Holland, Lady, in Portugal death, 1845 Holland, Lord in Portugal Napoleon on Holmes, O.W. death of Home Rule Controversy, the Lady Russell on Hooker, Sir Joseph Hoole, Alderman Hope, James Horsman, Mr., opposition to Reform Howard, Lady Louisa Howick, Lord, motion of, thrown out (see also Grey, (3rd) Earl) Hudson, Mr., mission to Italy Hudson, Sir James, letter from Turin to Lady John Huguesson, Mr. Humboldt, friend in Berlin Hume, appearance Hungary, Kossuth's revolution Ireland-- The Viceregal Court situation in 1843 Lady John Russell on the Irish question state of, 1845 condition in 1846 Peel's measures for, 1846 Lady John Russell on the condition of measures for relief the rebellion of 1848, preparations suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act rumoured rebellion in the South visit of the Queen, 1849 reception of Lord Russell's letter to the Bishop of Durham Lord Russell's pamphlets the Fenian movement, 1867 the Irish Church question, 1868 Gladstone's measure Lord Russell's sympathy towards Lady Russell and the Irish movement Irish University Bill Italy-- and Austria Lord John Russell and united Italy Lord Granville and federation first Parliament defeat at Custozza cession of Venetia the Russells in visit of Lord Russell, 1869 Jamaica Bill, 1839 Jaucourt, attache Jeffrey, Francis, Lord, letter to Lady John Russell Joachim, Dr. Joachim, Miss Gertrude (see Russell, Mrs. Rollo) Josephine, Empress Jowett, Dr., letter to Lady Russell Keats, John Kent, Duchess of King, Mr. Locke, franchise motion Kinglake, cited his book Kossuth, reception in London Lacaita, Mr. (afterwards Sir James Lacaita), mission to the Russells Lansdowne House, Lord John Russell at Lansdowne, Lady Lansdowne, Lord-- and Lord Minto Lord John Russell and Irish views and the suffrage refuses office and Lord John's resignation letters to Vienna Lausanne Layard, Henry Lecky, W.E.H., a picture of Pembroke Lodge quoted Liberals-- Position in 1837 number in 1846 Lady Russell on Lincoln, President Lister, Adelaide (see also Drummond, Mrs.) Lister, Elizabeth (Lady Melvill) Lister, Isabel (see also Warburton, Mrs.) Lister, Miss letters to Lord John Russell Lister, Tom (see Ribblesdale, Lord) Lockhart, "Life of Sir Walter Scott" London-- Lady John Russell's life in London society, Lady John Russell on news of the revolution in France Lord John Russell returned for Italian conspirators in Longfellow, H.W. 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I was to be Gladstonised.
In England Gladstone and Gladstonism were dead; and Mr. Kipling, a less mystical Carlyle, was expending a type of praise upon the British Army which would have been even more appropriate to the Prussian Army.
Afterward, it all seemed the blur of a dream to him, a dream which ended when he had found his head upon a cool, white pillow, and had felt glad, glad--dear God, how glad!--to know that Angy was still within reach of his outstretched hand; and so he had fallen asleep.
CHAPTER III Inspector Chippenfield, who had come into prominence in the newspapers as the man who had caught the gang who had stolen Lady Gladville's jewels--which included the most costly pearl necklace in the world--was placed in charge of the case.
Mildred Davis Gladwell (W); 19Jun63; R317333.
And I'm sure papa was very glad,--why should he take both his hands?'
from the original Persian, by Francis Gladwin ... Calcutta, 1788, 8vo, p. 36.)--H. C. Yezd is still a place of important trade, and carries on a thriving commerce with India by Bandar Abbasi.
OFFICE OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DETROIT,--In the recent trip to Flint River, Mr. Henry Conner told me one day that he had been acquainted with the Indian person who, in 1763, informed Major Gladwyn, the commanding officer at Detroit, of Pontiac's conspiracy.
And albeit she, good cateress, pours out her blessings upon us in abundance, yet she suffers not her gifts to be received effeminately, but inures her pensioners to suffer glady summer's heat and winter's cold.
Gladyce Ditmars & Beatrice D. Stanchfield (C); 1Oct59; R243069.
SEE Taber, Gladys.
We had no other opportunity for the "jack-hunt," and so Emerson went home unsatisfied in this ambition,--glad, no doubt, when he recalled the incident, that he had failed.
Any ordinary speech of welcome would be easy--"Glad you were sensible enough to come to Delafield," "make yourselves at home," "freedom of the city," "our latch strings are out," "command us for anything we can do," "congratulate you on the fine work you are doing," "know when we return this visit and come to the places you represent you will make us welcome"--and so on.
"There are sinners enough in it already," rejoined I. "If I could be allowed to live like a Christian, I should be glad."