About 1816 he issued proposals, and made arrangements to publish his elaborated work on vitreology, which, so far as published, was favorably received.
By these means he perfected the arts which were under his direction in the large way; and he made investigations of the phenomena of the fusion of various bodies, which he prepared for the press under the name of Vitriology, an elaborate work of research.
Trip through the Miami of the lakes, and the Wabash Valley--Cross the grand prairie of Illinois--Revisit the mines--Ascend the Illinois--Fever--Return through the great lakes--Notice of the "Trio"--Letter from Professor Silliman--Prospect of an appointment under government--Loss of the "Walk-in-the-Water"--Geology of Detroit--Murder of Dr. Madison by a Winnebago Indian.
There was certainly more curl in her hair than I could have wished; and Saccharissa's wiggy looks waged an irrepressible conflict with the unguents which strove to reduce their crispness.
180 They spring together out, and swiftly bear The flying youth through clouds and yielding air; With wingy speed outstrip the eastern wind, And leave the breezes of the morn behind.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: Alcatraz Author: Max Brand Release Date: February 20, 2004 EBook #11195 Last updated December 3, 2010 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK ALCATRAZ *** Produced by Suzanne Shell, Carol David, Nicolas Hayes and PG Distributed Proofreaders MAX BRAND Alcatraz 1922 CONTENTS CHAPTER I.--CORDOVA II.--THE COMING OF DAVID III.--CONCERNING FIGHTERS IV.--THE STRENGTH OF THE WEAK V.--RETRIBUTION VI.--FREEDOM VII.--THE PROMISED LAND VIII.--MURDER IX.--THE STAMPEDE X.--THE THIEF XI.--THE FAILURE XII.--FROM THE HIP XIII.--THE BARGAIN XIV.--STRATEGY XV.--THE KING XVI.--RED PERRIS: ADVOCATE XVII.--INVISIBLE DANGER XVIII.--VICTORY XIX.--HERVEY TAKES A TRICK XX.--THE TRAP SHUTS XXI.--THE BATTLE XXII.--MCGUIRE SLEEPS XXIII.--LOBO XXIV.--THE CRISIS XXV.--THE LITTLE SMOKY XXVI.--PARTNERS XXVII.--THE END OF THE RACE ALCATRAZ The characters, places, incidents and situations in this book are imaginary and have no relation to any person, place or actual happening.
Note 22: Woggs (and Note: Walter, Watty, Woggy, Woggs, Wog, and lastly Bogue; under which last name he fell in battle some twelve months ago.
January 10th.--Mineralogy became a popular study in the United States, I believe, about 1817 or thereabouts, when Professor Cleveland published the first edition of his Elements of Mineralogy, and Silliman began his Journal of Science.
When these Huadquina spiders were studied at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zooelogy, Dr. Chamberlain found among them the representatives of four new genera and nineteen species hitherto unknown to science.
She had innumerable and admirable testimonials from various employers of what she termed "aristocratic standing"; endless certificates that testified unto her successful struggles in Music, Drawing, Needlework, German, French, Calisthenics, Caligraphy, and other mysteries, including the more decorous Sciences (against Physiology, Anatomy, Zoology, Biology, and Hygiene she set her face as subjects apt to be, at times, improper), and an appearance and manner themselves irrefragible proofs of the highest moral virtue.
I guess most of us feel that once in a way when we're youngy, Undine.
Part 1, aërology.
I 'spec' she at Aggy's house--dat cabin ober dar--but I can't holler loud 'nuf to make her h'yere me."
The sort of geological speculation to which I am now referring (geological aetiology, in short) was created, as a science, by that famous philosopher Immanuel Kant, when, in 1775, he wrote his "General Natural History and Theory of the Celestial Bodies; or an Attempt to account for the Constitutional and the Mechanical Origin of the Universe upon Newtonian principles."
Then he went home and left Algy here to keep up the place on a paltry ten pounds--fifty dollars--a month."
It included in itself the Platonic theory of Ideas, the diffused Logos or anima mundi of the Stoics, and the Oriental angelology or doctrine of intermediate beings between God and man.
Amphibology is when, by the ambiguity of the construction, the meaning may be taken in two different senses.
Amphiology, i. e. a speech of uncertain or doubtful meaning.
There is a curious analogy between this custom and one related by Mr. Burchell as existing among the Bushmen tribe in Southern Africa, and performed for similar superstitious reasons to express grief for the loss of relations.
"--Analogy of Religion, p. 123.
Angy, panting for breath, one hand against the smothering pain at her heart, was trying, with the other, to drag "Father" along. "
The unity of sentiment and severity of style which characterize these little pieces remind us of the Greek Anthology, or perhaps still more of the Collects of the English Liturgy.
Analytical anthropology has led to other and often unexpected results.
But who will draw hence the conclusion of the Professor with regard to the fluid used on the Collier folio, that it is "a water-color paint rather than ink,"--unless "ink" is used in a mere technical sense, to mean only a compound of nutgalls and sulphate of iron?aa Footnote aa: The effect produced upon the brown ink on the margins of the Guazzo by the mere washing it for a few seconds with lint and warm water may be seen in the word "apollegy" on folio 25, reverse, of that volume, which, with the others noticed in this article, will be left for inspection at the Astor Library, in the care of Dr. Cogswell, for a fortnight after the publication of this number of the Atlantic.
At this point I had to cut off the greater part of the apergy and check my speed, for reasons that will be presently apparent.
Far from confining it to the names and boundaries of countries, seas, and lakes, to the courses of rivers and the altitudes of mountains, he connected with it meteorology, natural history, and the leading facts of human history, ethnology, and archaeology.
it is dedicated to the Prince, afterwards King Charles I. This play met with some opposition, because it was reported that the character of Philotas was drawn for the unfortunate earl of Essex, which obliged the author to vindicate himself from this charge, in an apology printed at the end of the play; both this play, and that of Cleopatra, are written after the manner of the ancients, with a chorus between each act.
The origin of the Hirlas Horn is as follows:-- About 1160, Owain Cyveiliog, one of the most distinguished Princes of Powis, flourished; he was a great warrior and an eminent poet; several specimens of his writings are given in the Archaiology of Wales, published by the late patriotic Owain Jones Myfyr.
It cannot be denied, on the other hand, that our eclectic architecture, popularly speaking, is not comprehended, even by the most intelligent of cultivated people; and this is plainly because it is based on learning and archeology, instead of that natural love which scorns the limitations of any other authorities and precedents than those which can be found in the human heart, where the true architecture of our time is lying unsuspected, save in those half-conscious Ideals which yearn for free expression in Art.
Astrology of the crucifixion. (
I allus argy that a man Who does about the best he can Is plenty good enugh to suit This lower mundane institute-- No matter ef his daily walk Is subject fer his neghbor's talk, And critic-minds of ev'ry whim Jest all git up and go fer him!
You're not, I suppose, an authority on Assyriology, eh, eh?"
The sloops were all the same, all, all: with sing-song creaks they rocked a little, nonchalantly: each, as it were, with a certain sub-consciousness of its own personality, and callous unconsciousness of all the others round it: yet each a copy of the others: the same hooks and lines, disembowelling-knives, barrels of salt and pickle, piles and casks of opened cod, kegs of biscuit, and low-creaking rockings, and a bilgy smell, and dead men.
He canna argy-bargy aboot it."
Bigy and Dunbar was the boys' names.
But no vicarious suffering can save him who does not put off the old Adam, no matter how much an atheology sunk in literalism may comfort itself with the hope that man can "drink at another's cost" (that the merit of another is imputed to him).
laughed the mackinaw man, "that's all right," and indifferently he tucked the bills into his baggy trousers.
MILLS, LEWIS H. Activities for Dynamic biology.
Hit "d'' to call up a menu that includes a biweekly biotechnology report.
They come out of the boggy ground, and are driven about by the winds.
"You have a strong thumb and it must be tired, as well as all bluggy," he said, falling into a childhood symbol for taking the whole affair in play.
Despite all the interruptions, though, it was not much after noon when we reached Blangy.
His hands resembled both those of a mason, with the horny callous inside, and those of a salt-water fisherman, with bludgy fingers and barked knuckles that never healed.
Very hot alle had a boagy in the river.
There is a touch of imagination, almost of romance, in the appointment of his successor, the redoubtable Lord Rhondda, who as "D.A." was alternately the bogy and idol of the Welsh miners, and who, after being the head of the greatest profit-making enterprise in the Welsh coalfields, is now summoned to carry on war against the profiteers in the provision trade.
Why would I be working for that when I might be getting wages like Bridgy’s in America?
He was suddenly taken ill in his camp at Bougy; and died, after a fortnight's suffering, on the 1st of October, 1578, in the thirty-third year of his age.
He was a biggity acting and braggy talking old man.