Half Europe revolutionized,--France a republic, Vienna in a blaze, Hungary in arms, Radetzky driven out of Milan, a Piedmontese army in Lombardy,--there was more than enough to turn the heads of the Seven Sages of Greece.
the Lectures on Psychology, Esthetics, the Theory of the State, and Education, edited by George, Lommatsch, Brandis, and Platz; and the first part of vol.
Hagenbach, Hasse, Tischendorf, and Friedlaender fix upon the middle, Mosheim, Gieseler, Baur, and Engelhardt upon the second half, of the second century; while the following writers assume either generally the reign of Marcus Aurelius, or specially with Dr. Keim one of the two great persecutions--Spencer, Tillemont, Neander, Tzschirner, Jachmann, Bindemann, Lommatzsch, Hase, Redepenning, Zeller.
The specific name lonchitis (like a spear) refers to its sharp teeth.
Dunstan's"--that once belonged to the Marquis of Hertford and is now the Earl of Londesborough's London House.
seller of second-hand things,P. +Up-londisch+, adj.
These classic blind-bargains would not suit the Londonbutchers.
So in old copy, but should we not read London?--Ebsworth.
He persuaded Gregory to send over Augustine to convert the English to "the true faith" (596), and built St. Paul's, London.--Ethelwerd's Chronicle, ii.
1839 Arrival in England.--Application for letters patent.--Cooke and Wheatstone's telegraph.--Patent refused.--Departure for Paris.--Patent secured in France.--Earl of Elgin.--Earl of Lincoln.--Baron de Meyendorff.--Russian contract.--Return to London.--Exhibition at the Earl of Lincoln's.--Letter from secretary of Lord Campbell, Attorney-General.
The baronet, with three servants mounted on horseback, immediately pursued the road towards London.--Having thus related the confusion and grief that were occasioned by her sudden disappearance, we will now return to our heroine.
When we both had come to London,--he to enter as a student of St. Thomas's Hospital,--he was not long in discovering that my abode was with my brother-in-law, in Little Warner Street, Clerkenwell; and just at that time I was installed housekeeper, and was solitary.
Here, Jack, the transcriber Sally has added a prayer--'For the Lord's sake, dear Mr. Lovealce, get this fury to London!'--Her fate, I can tell thee, Jack, if we had her among us, should not be so long deciding as her friend's.
In London"--here he loosed his shaft--"thou canst find nought to shoot at but rooks and daws; there one can tickle the ribs of the noblest stags in England."
His topics are even closelier drawn; they are not so properly English, as Londonish.
"Oh, yes, I loved London,--that is, old London; but new London made me a little sad.
There was a Dance of Death in Old St. Paul's Church, in London,--the one burned down in the Great Fire; and another in the beautiful little parish church of Stratford-on-Avon,--but this, too, has disappeared.
8.--On Rule 5th, concerning Titles of Honour, it may be observed, that names of office or rank, however high, do not require capitals merely as such; for, when we use them alone in their ordinary sense, or simply place them in apposition with proper names, without intending any particular honour, we begin them with a small letter: as, "the emperor Augustus;"--"our mighty sovereign, Abbas Carascan;"--"David the king;"--"Tidal king of nations;"--"Bonner, bishop of London;"--"The sons of Eliphaz, the first-born you of Esau; duke Teman, duke Omar, duke Zepho, duke Kenaz, duke Korah, duke Gatam, and duke Amalek.
London.--The majority of the higher classes are above the medium, while amongst the lower it is very rare to find a large head.
Hogarth's industrious apprentice might hear in them that he should be "Lord Mayor of London"--the idle apprentice that he should be hanged at Tyburn.
He is next joined by an "influential personage," who informs him that he is in Hubbabub (London)--the largest city, not only that exists, but that ever did exist, and the capital of the Island of Vraibleusia, the most famous island, not only that is known, but that ever was known. "
Letter XXI.--The Parks of London.--Their Extent.--Want of Parks in New York.--Sweeping of the Streets.--Safety from Housebreaking.--Beggars.-- Increase of Poverty.
The tall, old grand-father clock ticking in leisurely fashion in the corner behind him, solemn and sedate, as it had done since, (as the neat inscription upon the dial testified), it had first been made in the Year of Grace 1732, by one Jabez Havesham, of London;--this ancient time-piece now uttered a sudden wheeze, (which, considering its great age, could scarcely be wondered at), and, thereafter, the wheezing having subsided, gave forth a soft, and mellow chime, proclaiming to all and sundry, that it was twelve o'clock.
It iss weary to be in London"--this was Flora's story as she told it to Marget Howe when she was back again in the glen--"it iss weary to be in London and no one to speak a kind word to you, and I will be looking at the crowd that is always passing, and I will not see one kent face, and when I looked in at the lighted windows the people were all sitting round the table, but there was no place for me.
Even in far-away London,--which was as yet merely a sounding name to these young people,--hard-worked reviewers, contemptuously disposing of batches of new poetry in a few lines, found a kind word or two to say for the little provincial volume; and, through one agency or another, Mr. Leith, within six weeks of the publication, was able to announce that the edition was exhausted and that there was something like forty pounds profit to share between them.
NATURAL HISTORY.--The Zoological Society's Gardens, London.--With full page engravings showing the new Reptile House, and the Babiroussa family.
=Distance from London.=--Wokingham, 36-1/2 miles; Winchfield, 39 miles.
She, too, had been lonely,--she could understand, and by the sweet influence of human love and sympathy lift their thought above the earthly shadows up to the love of God.
They might not see it, and then--" She shuddered, "How frightfully lonesome!--the terrible nights--" He made an impatient gesture. "
The commission of legate, however, which had been renewed to Longchamp by Pope Celestine, still gave him, notwithstanding his absence, great authority in the kingdom, enabled him to disturb the government, and forwarded the views of Philip, who watched every opportunity of annoying Richard's dominions.
He was descending directly over the greensward in the centre of the Longchamps race-course, when he caught sight of some boys flying kites in the open space.
But the English shirt-maker proceeds upon different lines; he always seems afraid of wasting a few inches of longcloth, and thus if the ordinary ready-made shirt on sale at shops of the average class is dressy-looking enough, it is also often supremely uncomfortable to those who like their ease.
And in that hour she longed,--oh, how passionately!--that when they opened she also might be permitted to pass through.
At the time when sighs were sweet, What made thee strive no longer?--hurried thee To the last step where bliss and sorrow meet?"
At last one day Miriam said, "Miss Camilla, I can stand it no longer;--that boy is going to lift his hand agin his own people, and I can't stand it no longer; I'se got to tell him all about it.
She had not perceived--how could she until she had lived longer?--the inmost truth of the old monk's outpourings, that renunciation remains sorrow, though a sorrow borne willingly.
She was, too, like a certain defiant person--oh, of an incredible beauty, such as women had not any longer!--who had hastily put aside her bonnet and had looked at a young Roger Stapylton in much this fashion very long ago, because the minister was coming downstairs, and they would presently be man and wife,--provided always her pursuing brothers did not arrive in time.... Old Roger Stapylton cleared his throat.
34:8 And Hamor communed with them, saying, The soul of my son Shechem longeth for your daughter: I pray you give her him to wife.
de Harlez gave in the T'oung Pao (x. p. 73) an inscription in Chuen character on a stele found in the ruins of Shangtu, and built by an officer with the permission of the Emperor; it is probably a token of imperial favour; the inscription means: Great Longevity.--H. C. In the wail which Sanang Setzen, the poetical historian of the Mongols, puts, perhaps with some traditional basis, into the mouth of Toghon Temur, the last of the Chinghizide Dynasty in China, when driven from his throne, the changes are rung on the lost glories of his capital Daitu (see infra, Book II.
I owe it to one of the truest friends of my early manhood,--Charles Eliot Norton, the friend as well of Emerson, Lowell, and Longfellow,--that the real nature of these questions of formal morality was finally made clear to me, and life made a relatively simple matter.
There is of late times a pratie lodge made by the ruines of it and longgethe to the king" (Leland).
When he returns she hardly cares about him at all; and might indeed have continued this attitude of indifference--who knows how long?--had not some Higher Power (perhaps the Paper Controller) decreed a happy ending on page 340.
The Hacker Crackdown of 1990 might be interpreted as a political struggle among American cities: traditional strongholds of longhair intellectual liberalism, such as Boston, San Francisco, and Austin, versus the bare-knuckle industrial pragmatism of Chicago and Phoenix (with Atlanta and New York wrapped in internal struggle).
In the meantime--" As Weiss retired from the platform, and the longhaired 'cellist came upon it, Fullaway sprang up, dragging Allerdyke after him.
Longhairs, freaky people, mathematicians.
LONGHAMPTON, NEW JERSEY, June 27th.
I thought of the padded lives of some of our literary charlatans and editorial gold bricks at home, of the clever young artists ruined as painters by becoming popular illustrators, the young writers content to substitute overpaid banality and bathos for honest work, and I must confess that the sight of this indomitable old fighter, who had known great men and held high place in his day, and now at eighty-three got up before daylight to pound out in longhand his columns of vivid prose, stirred every drop of what you might call one's intellectual sporting blood.