Abiere Colchi; conjugis nulla est fides; Nihilque superest opibus e tantis tibi.
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Besides the great work of Bonanni, Templi Vaticani Historia, I may refer my readers to the atlas volume of Illustrations, Architectural and Pictorial, of the Genius of Michael Angelo Buonarroti, compiled by Mr. Harford (Colnaghi, 1857).
Notice particularly the Contadina type of S. Catherine in a picture ascribed to Cordegliaghi in the Venetian Academy.
The Emperor hath two Barons who are own brothers, one called Baian and the other Mingan; and these two are styled Chinuchi (or Cunichi), which is as much as to say, "The Keepers of the Mastiff Dogs.
E. fungis nati homines ut olim Corinthi primaevi illius loci accolae, quia stolidi et fatui fungis nati dicebantur, idem et alibi dicas.
Zephaniah Chapter 231:1 The word of the LORD which came unto Zephaniah the son of Cushi, the son of Gedaliah, the son of Amariah, the son of Hizkiah, in the days of Josiah the son of Amon, king of Judah.
How completely would the hookah and the narghileh have harmonized with the crater, cyathi, and tripods of the triclinium in that portraiture of the "Decadence of Rome" which hangs in the Luxembourg Gallery!
Amazed stands Izdubar above his seer, Nor hears the screams, nor the fierce dalkhi's jeer; Beneath the flashing lightnings he soon found The cave, and lays the seer upon the ground.
You remember, for instance, the melancholy words of Helen addressed to Hermione in Orestes: Greek: Kai labe choas tasd'en cheroin komas t'emas elthousa d'amphi ton Klutaimnaestras taphon melikrat'aphes galaktos oinopon t'achnaen.
Here are sleek Hindus from northern India in soft muslin and neat coloured turbans: Gujarathis in red head-gear and close-fitting white garments; Cutchi sea-farers, descendants of the pirates of dead centuries, with clear-cut bronzed features that show a lingering strain of Med or Jat, clad in white turbans, tight jackets, and waist cloths girded tightly over trousers that button at the ankle.
DUTY OF A GOVERNOR-GENERAL TO VISIT THE PROVINCES--PROGRESS TO THE NORTH- WEST--BENARES--SPEECH ON THE OPENING OF THE RAILWAY--CAWNPORE--GRAND DURBAR AT AGRA--DELHI--HURDWAR--ADDRESS TO THE SIKH CHIEFS AT UMBALLA-- KUSSOWLIE--SIMLA--LETTERS: SUPPLY OF LABOUR; SPECIAL LEGISLATION; MISSIONARY GATHERING; FINANCE; SEAT OF GOVERNMENT; VALUE OF TRAINING AT HEAD-QUARTERS; ARISTOCRACIES; AGAINST INTERMEDDLING--THE SITANA FANATICS-- HIMALAYAS--ROTUNG PASS--TWIG BRIDGE--ILLNESS--DEATH--CHARACTERISTICS-- BURIAL PLACE.
Other Orientals like Alexander, who wrote the history of Syria and the Jews, and Timagenes, historian of the Diadochi, do not happen to be reported from Naples, but we may safely assume that most of them spent whatever leisure time they could there.
What dost thou, wretch as thou art, at Delphi, employed in muttering idle prophecies!"--See "Demonologia, or Natural Knowledge revealed" p. 162.
Thus, Theseus was removed from Scyros to Athens, Orestes from Tegea, &c. Nor was this pious care limited to persons of free condition, but slaves also had some share therein; for we find (says Potter) the Athenian lawgiver commanding the magistrates, called Demarchi, under a severe penalty, to solemnize the funerals, not so much of citizens, whose friends seldom failed of paying the last honours, as of slaves, who frequently were destitute of decent burial.
Perseverante malo ex quacunque parto sanguinis detrahi debet.
Footnote 30: "E come a buon cantor buon citarista Fa seguitar to guizzo de la corda In che piu di piacer lo canto acquista; Si, mentre che parlo, mi si ricorda, Ch'io vidi le due luci benedette, Pur come batter d'occhi si concorda, Con le parole muover le fiammette."
Diamoschi dulcis et amari ana Symbol: Dramjj.
See Mir Jafar Ali Khan Jagat Seth, family of See Seths Jalpaiguri Jats, the Jemadars Jesuit Church, the Fathers, the Jobard, M. Jugdea See Luckipore Jusserat Khan, Nawab of Dacca Kaffirs Kamgar Khan Karical Kasim Ali Khan, Nawab of Bengal See Mir Kasim Kasim Ali Khan, Faujdar of Rungpore Kent, H.M.S. Kerdizien, M. Khodadad Khan Latty Kilpatrick, Major James King See Mogul Kingfisher, H.M.S. Kissendas, son of Raj Balav Knox, Captain Ranfurlie Kooti Ghat Koran, the La Haye, M. Lal Dighi Lally, Count Memoirs of Laporterie, M. La Rue, M. Latham, Captain Launay, M. La Ville Martere, M. Law, Jacques Francois Jean, of Lauriston Madame Jeanne John, of Lauriston, the Financier William Law's Memoir Le Conte Dompierre Lee, Corporal Le Noir, M. Le Page, M., Second Surgeon Locusts Luckipore See Jugdea Lucknow Lynn, Captain McGwire, Mr. William Madec, Colonel Madras Coast See Coromandel Malleson, Colonel G.B., Author of "History of the French in India from the Founding of Pondicherry in 1674 to the Capture of that Place in 1761" (London, 1868) Manik Chand, Raja Manjhi Maratha Commander Law's altercation with General, the Marathas Martin, Captain Martin de la Case, Ensign Matel, M. Midnapur Militarism Minchin, Captain George, Captain-Commandant of Calcutta Mir Abdulla Miran, son of Mir Jafar Mir Daood, brother of Mir Jafar, and Faujdar of Rajmehal Mir Jafar Ali Khan, made Nawab by the English after Plassey Mir Kasim, or Kasim Ali Khan, son-in-law and successor of Mir Jafar army of Mir Madan Mogul See King Mohan Lal, favourite of the Nawab Monsoon Moor hostages nobles Moorish colours forts soldiers treachery Moors Muhammadhans Murshidabad See Muxadabad or Cossimbazar River Murshid Kuli Khan Mustapha Ali Khan Mutinies Muxadabad See Murshidabad Naib Nand Kumar, Faujdar of Hugli Native indifference to the quarrels of the Europeans Nautch Naval officer, an English Nawab, the See Siraj-ud-daula Hindu advisers and servants of Nawajis Muhammad Khan, uncle of Siraj-ud-daula Nawajis Muhammad Khan's widow Nazir Dalal, the Negroes Nepaulese Neutrality in the Ganges News from Bengal Nicolas, M.F. Nover, Sergeant Nullah Omichand Onofre, Reverend Father Oppoor Orissa Orme Papers or MSS.
Farther on I emerged on the quay of the Divanbeghi, reservoirs, bordering one side of a square planted with elms.
Within a few minutes a party of men appeared coming towards the dinghi.
But Ludovico Domenichi, in his "Dialogue on the Nobleness of Women," maintains that Eve did not sin at all, because she was not even created when Adam was told not to eat the apple.
Blow and Purcell were employed to perform on that of Smith; Battista Draghi, organist to Queen Catherine, on that of Harris.
Index Aristotelicus, 1870, Kleine Schriften; P. Deussen (born 1845), Das System der Vedanta, 1883, H. Diels in Berlin, Doxographi Graeci, 1879; Eucken in Jena (p. 17), Die Methode der aristotelischen Forschung, 1872, Address Ueber den Werth der Geschichte der Philosophie, 1874; J. Freudenthal in Breslau (born 1839, pp.
Galsang Czomboyef, a recent Russo-Mongol writer already quoted, says also: "Among the Buryats, in the middle of the hut and place of honour, is the Dsaiagachi or 'Chief Creator of Fortune.'
Though Hammer writes these terminations in ji (dschi), I believe chi (tschi) is preferable.
to Edrehi) I never chanced to pass that way--the emperor and I were not on good terms.
EBAHI, E, tres surpris, stupefait.
I know these sports have many oppugners, whole volumes writ against them; when as all they say (if duly considered) is but ignoratio Elenchi; and some again, because they are now cold and wayward, past themselves, cavil at all such youthful sports in others, as he did in the comedy; they think them, illico nasci senes, &c. Some out of preposterous zeal object many times trivial arguments, and because of some abuse, will quite take away the good use, as if they should forbid wine because it makes men drunk; but in my judgment they are too stern: there "is a time for all things, a time to mourn, a time to dance," Eccles.
46:21 And the sons of Benjamin were Belah, and Becher, and Ashbel, Gera, and Naaman, Ehi, and Rosh, Muppim, and Huppim, and Ard.
In the edition of Harris, it is said likewise to have two similar tusks in the lower jaw, but this error must have been put in by some ignorant editor.--E. According to Forster, this passage is corrupted, and ought to be thus read: "After eight days journey west from Ergimul or Erdschi-nur, we come to Erigaia, Eggaya Organum, or Irganekon."
Sang Sir Gregory: "Ma voix mocque, mon cuer gemit-- Peu pense a ce que la voix dit, Car me membre du temps jadis Et d'ung garson, d'amour surpris, Et d'une fille--et la vois si-- Et grandement suis esbahi."
Ur (the Ur of the Bible) is Mugheir; Kullab and Erikhi are unknown. (
Eulchi's brief reign of three years was a succession of misfortunes.
Quivi fe' ben de le sue prove eccelse; Ch'un alto pine al primo crollo svelse; E svelse dopo il primo altri parecchi, Come tosser finocchi, ebuli o aneti; E fe' il simil di querce e d'olmi vecchi, Di faggi e d' orni e d' illici a d' abeti; Quel ch'un uccellator, the s'apparecchi Il campo mondo, fa, per por le reti, De i giunchi e de le stoppie e de l'urtiche, Facchi de cerri e d' altre piante antiche.
Libros Eunuchi gignunt, steriles pariunt.
Eustachian (from an Italian anatomist named Eustachi).
"Hubshi," would the Brahmin reply and loudly bewail his evil Luck which had put him in the power of the accursed Feringhi Government--a Government that compelled a Brahmin to breathe the same air as a filthy negro dog, a Woolly One of Africa, barely human and most untouchable, a living Contamination ... and Moussa cast about for a weapon.
With such poets as Farruchi, Unsuri, Minutsheri, with such scientists as Biruni and Avicenna as intimates, what wonder that Firdusi was lured by the splendors of a court life!
The levee of the sheikh of Fellahi is amusing.)
The fig itself, he did not find as palatable as he had hoped, though it was refreshing, and served to vary the diet; but the bird struck him to be of the same kind as the celebrated reed-bird, of the Philadelphia market, which we suppose to be much the same as the becca fichi of Italy.
Cotal fortuna a casa li conduca, Che lor fiacchi le gambe al primo passo, E nel secondo l'osso della nuca.
Footnote 28: Ne' fianchi cosi poco.
By the holy 'vangels, if it had been anybody but me standing over you--but Bratti Ferravecchi is not the man to steal!
A year later Silvio was still at work for Prince Doria and the Fieschi, but he again begs earnestly to be taken back by Michelangelo. "