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.
My father had never done it before--that I know of--and he looked"--her voice broke for a moment--"so strange, so ghost-like.
Thae'll do, mon; arto beawn to lother o' th' bit o' swoap away that one has to wash wi'; gi's howd on't this minute, an' go thi ways an' dry thisel', thae little pouse, thae."
Apfelstedt: Lothringischer Psalter (des XIV Jahrhunderts), 1881.
Having administered baptism Mochuda taking the infant's hand prophesied concerning the babe--"This hand will be strong in battle and will win hostages and submission of the Clan Torna whose country lies in mid-Kerry from Sliabh Luachra Slieve Lougher to the sea.
No creature cares for me; nowhere am I loved,--neither in heaven, of which I am a son, nor yet in hell, where I am lord, nor upon earth, where men deem me a god.
I had not heard of her for years, and the latest news was that she had become insane through a cruel disappointment in love,--her lover having wantonly, and without offering a pretext, broken off the engagement just before the wedding day,--and had been sent to a lunatic asylum.
no!--And yet you are!--And again I was her dear Lovelace!--her hands again clasped over her charming bosom:--Kill me!
The SPEAKER was not in the Chair, but I hope he was somewhere in the precincts to hear the cheers which greeted the initial effort--commendably brief and to the point--of his son, Major LOWTHER, on the subject of courts-martial.
one of the Ruling and Upper Class after being a fourpenny luncher, a penny-'bus-and-twopenny--tuber, a waverer 'twixt Lockhart and Pearce-and-Plenty.
asked Lu,--rather faintly now, for she knew I always carried my point.
Next evening then, in the gloamin', he turned up at our lodgings, wi' two dogs at his heel, a greyhound and a lurcher--a lurcher is a coursing dog, a cross between a collie and a greyhound.
By the Nicoletto here mentioned by Ariosto in company with Luther, we are to understand (according to the conjecture of Molini) a Paduan professor of the name of Niccolo Vernia, who was accused of holding the Pantheistic opinions of Averroes.
When the prisoners taken with Tate were being conducted to their place of confinement, the difficulty was to protect them, 'car la population furieuse contre les Francais voulait les lyncher.'
The party having embarked, the Lynher sailed for the Isle of France, where they safely arrived.
And look here"--Aldous leaned over to MacDonald--"her nerves are ready to snap.
MANGER, devorer; macher et avaler.
Patrick Maher was buried with military honors.
Something prompted the Duke to accost the maiden,--her blush and his own tremor revealed delightful possibilities quite in his way!
Death is a near ally to religion, and Michael, by taking a religious view o' the maither, might bring his hairt into such a condition of insensibility as wad give him little to do but to tell what has happened, leaving God, in his ain maircy, to temper the wind to the shorn lamb."
SEE MALCHER, FRITZ.
A recent traveller describes them as "in mancher Hinsicht schon hypercultivirt."
I ought to have told you that mother"--she hesitated and looked at the old man--"mother isn't up at the cabin any more.
The Lady Hatton, wife to the governor, was likewise destroyed in the following manner:--Her ladyship, being greatly terrified at the thunder and lightning, insisted (before the magazine blew up,) upon being removed from the chamber she was in to the nursery; where, having caused her woman to come also to be with her, in order to have joined in prayer, in a few minutes after, that noble lady and her woman fell a sacrifice, by one corner of the nursery-room falling in upon them, and were the next morning both found dead.
They will be examined with reference to their own intrinsic merits, in this manner:--Whether they are important or unimportant; whether they were difficult or easy; whether they are of a common or extraordinary nature; whether they are considered honourable on true or false principles.
The following Proposals, which I will suppose to be made by some person of known and respectable character, who has courage enough to engage in so arduous an undertaking, will show my ideas upon this subject in the clearest manner.--Whether they are well founded, must be left to the reader to determine.--As to myself, I am so much persuaded that the scheme here proposed, by way of example, and merely for illustration, might be executed, that, had I time for the undertaking, (which I have not,) I should not hesitate to engage in it.
Austria's chief small arm is the Mannlicher, caliber 8 mm.,
It was a little too swift for the old man.--Rather too much "English" into it.
He killed his man,--whether by a foul or not I can't say; but anyway he meant to kill him.
MARCHER, aller; fonctionner.
At the first real lie which works from the heart outward, she should be tenderly chloroformed into a better world, where she can have an angel for a governess, and feed on strange fruits which will make her all over again, even to her bones and marrow.--Whether gifted with the accident of beauty or not, she should have been moulded in the rose-red clay of Love, before the breath of life made a moving mortal of her.
Whenever we drove down on Sunday afternoon to see Mrs Spicer, and as soon as we got near enough for them to hear the rattle of the cart, we'd see the children running to the house as fast as they could split, and hear them screaming-- 'Oh, marther!
Young Owens had attended the trial of this slave-stealer, or martyr,--either or both,--and, when it was over, had gone to call on Charity Lomax, and, while they sat on the veranda after sundown, had told her all about the trial.
"Miss Smith," she began, when I entered (I was familiarly known to all Cranford as Mary, but this was a state occasion), "I have conversed in private with these ladies on the misfortune which has happened to our friend, and one and all have agreed that while we have a superfluity, it is not only a duty but a pleasure--a true pleasure, Mary!"--her voice was rather choked just here, and she had to wipe her spectacles before she could go on--"to give what we can to assist her--Miss Matilda Jenkyns.
"Well, that makes two trow-downs I've got this week," said Hardy, sourly, "but I got the fifty from that masher that I was telling you about!
as she carried me through the huntin' field, an' landed me by the soide of the masther of the hounds, Squire Foley himself.
Cotton Mather, L. of E., 1691, p. 78, denominates the Indians "the veriest ruins of mankind.
They passed from our sight uninjured, disappeared one by one, and fell from precipice to precipice on to the Matterhorngletscher below, a distance of nearly four thousand feet in height.
I'm the proper one to write on an important business matther like this here."
Mauther" is the commoner form (found in Ben Jonson and others), but "mother" occurs in Chettle and Day's Blind Beggar and elsewhere.
Don't you mind Mawther Gummidge, Mas'r Davy; she's a-thinkin' of the old 'un.
Then Mcher said: "We shall see what kind of brains you have!
Slocum's division, and the brigades of Generals French and Meagher, afterward reenforced Porter, who now prepared, with great coolness, for the Confederate attack.
As this Soup may be prepared in a very short time, an instant being sufficient for boiling it; and as the ingredients for making it are very cheap, and may be easily transported, this Food is much used in Bavaria by our wood-cutters, who go into the mountains far from any habitations to fell wood.-- Their provisions for a week, (the time they commonly remain in the mountains,) consist of a large loaf of rye bread (which, as it does not so soon grow dry and stale as wheaten bread, is always preferred to it); a linen bag containing a small quantity of roasted meal;--another small bag of salt;--and a small wooden box containing some pounded black pepper;--with a small frying-pan of hammered iron, about ten or eleven inches in diameter, which serves them both as an utensil for cooking, and as a dish for containing the victuals when cooked.--They sometimes, but not often, take with them a small bottle of vinegar;--but black-pepper is an ingredient in brown Soup which is never omitted.--Two table-spoonfuls of roasted meal is quite enough to make a good portion of Soup for one person; and the quantity of butter necessary to be used in roasting this quantity of meal is very small, and will cost very little.--One ounce of butter would be sufficient for roasting eight ounces of meal; and if half an ounce of roasted meal is sufficient for making one portion of Soup, the butter will not amount to more than 1/10 of an ounce; and, at eight pence the pound, will cost only 1/32 of a penny, or 1/8 of a farthing.--The cost of the meal for a portion of this Soup is not much more considerable.
Now, what the devil can this mean!--Her Norris forthcoming on demand!--the devil take me, if I am out-Norris'd!--If such innocents can allow themselves to plot (to Norris), well may I. * See Vol.
I mean"--her slender figure bent toward Mr. Heatherbloom--"you!
The Government said, "I shall take the money, for I understand very well their meaning,--other grain is gunpowder."
All is so bright, and gay, and entertaining among those ladies, and they are so good-natured to me,"--(another sigh coupled with the recollection of, and how much they admire me!)--"But I do so hate being a little girl, and having to go to bed.
My pride was concerned in this: and this was one of my reasons for not bringing him with me.--Another was, that, if I were obliged to have recourse to his assistance, I should be better able, (by visiting without him,) to direct him what to say or do, as I should find out the turn of her humour.