Cook obtained a few days' leave to make his final arrangements, and the Resolution was ordered to the Downs under the first lieutenant, whilst the Adventure proceeded to Plymouth; both vessels sailing from Longreach on 10th May. The Resolution, contending against adverse winds, made a very slow trip down to the Nore, being four days on the journey, and Mr. Cooper reported to Cook that she was very crank.
The names of these in their order, are Kaginogamaug, Little Vermilion, Birch, Ple, Assawa, Vieu Desert, Summit, Longrice, Allen's, Johnston's, and Kaitchibo Sagitawa.
From the summit of the tower, which is quite as high as safe-sided human beings need desire to get, there is a magnificent view: Preston lurches beneath like a hazy amphitheatre of houses and chimneys; to the east you have Pendle, Longridge, and the dark hills of Bowland; northwards, in the far distance, the undulating Lake hills; westward, the fertile Fylde, flanked by the Ribble, winding its way like a silver thread to the ocean; and southwards Rivington Pyke and Hoghton's wooded summit with a dim valley to the left thereof, in which Blackburn works and dreams out its vigorous existence.
It is characteristic of the account from which I take these notes (Longrimoff, in Bull.
Influence of Ancient Costume.--Costume in the Fifth Century.--Hair.--Costumes in the Time of Charlemagne.--Origin of Modern National Dress.--Head-dresses and Beards: Time of St. Louis.--Progress of Dress: Trousers, Hose, Shoes, Coats, Surcoats, Capes.--Changes in the Fashions of Shoes and Hoods.--Livree,--Cloaks and Capes.--Edicts against Extravagant Fashions.--Female Dress: Gowns, Bonnets, Head-dresses, &c.--Disappearance of Ancient Dress.--Ti
This narrative is enough to disgust Lady Speck with her foppish admirer and to make her sensible of the merits of Mr. Lovegrove.
190 Into the lowground of Sime'si at the head of the country of Khalman I went down.
On October 24 they defeated the Turks at Kirk-Kilisse (or Lozengrad), further east.
An ancient writer says, very truly, that there are three great powers in the world; Sagacity, Strength, and Luck,--Greek: sunetos, kratos, tuchu.
He had seen the body of the future, before its extreme shadows had darkened other men's vision; and the whole course of his timid bearing, even including his flight from the Lugra, was interpreted into a prudent and prophetic policy, wonderful in its progress and sublime in its consequences.
Captain Skinner, in one of his Excursions, says arriving at the village of Lugrassa, I thought there was an appearance of desolation about it.
Overblick; det förgangna och mitt inre (Retrospection and introspection) Translated into Swedish from the authorized English text by Frances Cronstedt & Aimee Lundgren.
The old lungra made good his charge, and ripped L's.
ABELARD..............................A. GUILLEMINOT AENEAS RELATING HIS STORY TO DIDO....P. GUERIN ALBERICH'S PURSUIT OF THE NIBELUNGEN RING...HANS MAKART ALETHE, PRIESTESS OF ISIS............EDWIN LONG ALEXIS AND DORA......................W. VON KAULBACH ALICE, THE MILLER'S DAUGHTER.........DAVIDSON KNOWLES ANCIENT MARINER (THE)................GUSTAVE DORE ANDROMEDA............................ ANGELIQUE AND MONSEIGNEUR DE HAUTECOEUR...JEANNIOT ANGUS AND DONALD.....................W.B. DAVIS ANTIGONE AND ISMENE..................EMIL TESCHENDORFF ANTONY AND THE DEAD CAESAR........... ARCHIMEDES...........................NIC BARABINO ARGAN AND DOCTOR DIAFOIRUS...........A. SOLOMON ASHTON (LUCY) AND RAVENSWOOD.........SIR EVERETT MILLAIS ATALA (BURIAL OF)....................GUSTAVE COURTOIS AUGUSTA IN COURT.....................A. FORESTIER AUTOMEDON............................HENRI REGNAULT BALAUSTION...........................F.H. LUNGREN BALDERSTONE (CALEB) AND MYSIE.......GEORGE HAY BAREFOOT (LITTLE)....................F. VON THELEN-RUeDEN BARKIS IS WILLIN'....................C.J. STANILAND BAUDIN (THE DEATH OF)................J.-P. LAURENS BAYARD (THE CHEVALIER)...............LARIVIERE BEDREDEEN HASSAN (MARRIAGE OF) AND NOUREDEEN...F. CORMON BELLENDEN (LADY) AND MAUSE HEADRIGG..WM.
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He again hints: "At a time when the divine Commandment, Thou shalt not steal, wherein truly, if well understood, is comprised the whole Hebrew Decalogue, with Solon's and Lycurgrus's Constitutions, Justinian's Pandects, the Code Napoleon, and all Codes, Catechisms, Divinities, Moralities whatsoever, that man has hitherto devised (and enforced with Altar-fire and Gallows-ropes) for his social guidance: at a time, I say, when this divine Commandment has all but faded away from the general remembrance; and, with little disguise, a new opposite Commandment, Thou shalt steal, is everywhere promulgated,--it perhaps behooved, in this universal dotage and deliration, the sound portion of mankind to bestir themselves and rally.
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463:--'Mallet was by his original one of the Macgregors, a clan that became about sixty years ago, under the conduct of Robin Roy, so formidable and so infamous for violence and robbery, that the name was annulled by a legal abolition.'
MACGREOOR, M. M. Palmistry.
Similar resolutions were passed in the Senate, and a committee was appointed by both houses to arrange for a suitable memorial service, and, on April 9, the following letter was sent to Mrs. Morse by A.S. Solomons, Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements:-- DEAR MADAM,--Congress and the citizens of Washington purpose holding memorial services in honor of your late respected husband in the Hall of the House of Representatives, on Tuesday evening next, the 16th of April, and have directed me to request that yourself and family become the guests of the nation on that truly solemn occasion.
It may be to this period of his life that we owe the following madigral, written upon the loss of Florentine liberty and the bad conscience of the despot:-- Lady, for joy of lovers numberless Thou wast created fair as angels are.
What thou demandest I cannot deny; So low am I put down because I robbed The sacristy of the fair ornaments, And falsely once 'twas laid upon another; But that thou mayst not such a sight enjoy, If thou shalt e'er be out of the dark places, Thine ears to my announcement ope and hear: Pistoia first of Neri groweth meagre; Then Florence doth renew her men and manners; Mars draws a vapour up from Val di Magra, Which is with turbid clouds enveloped round, And with impetuous and bitter tempest Over Campo Picen shall be the battle; When it shall suddenly rend the mist asunder, So that each Bianco shall thereby be smitten.
On the first of May we reached the city of Kiow, or Magraman.
This is the deed of gift of the two Mac Ranalds; to wit, Cahal, son of Conachar Mac Ranald, Toraylach and Gerald Magranal, heads and chiefs of their kindred, with the consent of their brethren and followers in Munterolish, to John Magranal, of Claduff, in the King's county, and to his heirs:-- The preamble speaks of two Mac Ranalds, (chiefs,) and then enumerates three.
The late George Nugent Reynolds, the dramatist, was a member of the sept of the Magranals; as was the notorious Tom Reynolds, the informer, well known in the history of the rebellion of 1798.
He was pleased to appoint me two guides, one of whom was to accompany me through Poland, and the other through lower Russia, to Kiow, or Magrano, which is the key of the kingdom.
by Joseph Walker Magrauth.
Con cagne magre studiose e conte Gualandi con Sismondi e con Lanfranchi S' avea messi dinanzi da la fronte.
Thus we find among the popular literature of the Magreb the same legends, but edited in Arabic.
The poems of troubadours are full of imprecations against the fatal chance of dice; many troubadours, such as Guillaume Magret and Gaucelm Faydit, lost their fortunes at it, and their lives in consequence.
In this respect it resembles the ring of Gyges, as in its divining and rock-splitting qualities it resembles that other ring which the African magrician gave to Aladdin, to enable him to descend into the cavern where stood the wonderful lamp.
But the sultan of Turkey sent a message to the sovereign of that country, requesting that Manustzusch might not be allowed to remain there any longer; and upon this he removed into the land of Magrill.
For magrû, "accursed," see the frequent use in Astrological texts (Jastrow, Religion Babyloniens und Assyriens II, page 450, note 2).
McClellan's advance was, therefore, made with the utmost "conservatism," enabling General Johnston to collect back of Magruder the army that was finally to drive McClellan back to his base.
The work began for the battle of Rafa, and the enemy positions on the Magruntein hill were all set out before General Chetwode when the Desert Column attacked and scored an important victory.
I wrote an article for Dr. Absalom Peter's Magazine, expressing my dissent from the very fanciful explanations of the Dighton Rock characters, as given by Mr. Magrusen in the first volume of the Royal Society of Northern Antiquarians, published at Copenhagen.
Three days later she wrote:--'Johnson's Diary is selling rapidly, though the contents are bien maigre, I must confess.
MAIGRE.--Broth, soup, or gravy, made without meat.
Combien d'heures nous avons passes ensemble, causant, toujours causant, dans votre belle maison de Fontainebleau, si francaise avec sa terrasse en pierre et son jardin avec ses gazons maigres et ses allees sablonneuses qui serpentent parmi les grands arbres forestiers.
Mais le chien lui representa sa maigreur, et le pria d'attendre un pen. "
"Hugues Maigrot delivered this message in a solemn tone; and the Norman chronicle says that at the word excommunication the English chiefs looked at one another as if some great danger were impending.
Some famous cities of England and Germany--such as Chester and Lincoln, Strasburg and Maintz,--grew up about the camps of the Roman legions.
414; Macdonald, Sir James, v. 152, n. 1; Malagrida, iv.
MALGRE, contre le gre de; nonobstant.
maugre (F. malgré); Lat.
The malingreux had to pay forty sous; they were covered with sores, most of which were self-inflicted, or they pretended to have swellings of some kind, and stated that they were about to undertake a pilgrimage to St. Meen, in Brittany, in order to be cured.