If necessary, detailed arguments could be adduced to show that to get the present value of the sums allowed in 1588 we ought to multiply them by six The sum allowed for each man's daily food and the 'establishment charges'--increased as they had been in 1586--did little more than cover the expenditure; and, though it does not appear that the contractor lost money, he nevertheless died a poor man.
Thomas Campbell--His early works--Acquaintance with Murray--"Selections from the British Poets"--Letters to Murray--Proposed Magazine--And Series of Ancient Classics--Close friendship between Campbell and Murray--Murray undertakes to publish the "Selections from British Poets"--Campbell's explanation of the work--"Gertrude of Wyoming"--Scott reviews Campbell's poems in the Quarterly--Campbell's Lectures at the Royal Institution--Campbell's satisfaction with Murray's treatment of him--"Now Barabbas was a publisher"--Increase of Murray's business--Dealings with Gifford--Mr.
Then when in anger I am fain To leave her, swear I've naught to gain By staying, save th'increase of woe, Clarissa laughs.
The trip on the Sorceress was given up, and a note of withdrawal despatched to Van Degen; but at the same time Ralph cabled his sister to ask if she could increase her loan.
Taxes under the Roman Rule.--Money Exactions of the Merovingian Kings.--Varieties of Money.--Financial Laws under Charlemagne.--Missi Dominici.--Increase of Taxes owing to the Crusades.--Organization of Finances by Louis IX.--Extortions of Philip le Bel.--Pecuniary Embarrassaient of his Successors.--Charles V. re-establishes Order in Finances.--Disasters of France under Charles VI.,
2 A French School--Our Soldiers and French Children--Nissen Huts--Tanks--A Primeval Plough--A Division on the March--Significant Preparations --Increase of Ammunition--"The Fosses"--A Sacred Spot--Vimy Ridge--The Sound of the Guns--A Talk with a General--Why the Germans Retreat--Growth of the New Armies--Soldiers at School.
Oulyd ben Zamoum saw his cares increase-- Since he is a musician, as he thinks, The world is rid of him.
"O Love, who walkest slow among my sheaves, Smiling at tint and shape, thy smile of peace, But whispering of the next sweet year's increase,-- O tender Love, thy loving hope but grieves My heart!
LVII "Bad is the world, and hard is the world's law 505 Even for the man who wears the warmest fleece; Much need have ye that time more closely draw The bond of nature, all unkindness cease, And that among so few there still be peace: Else can ye hope but with such numerous foes 510 Your pains shall ever with your years increase?"-- While from his heart the appropriate lesson flows, A correspondent calm stole gently o'er his woes.
The aversion to labour and the habit of idle lounging were visibly on the increase.(4) Cato proposed to have the market paved with pointed stones, in order to put a stop to the habit of idling; the Romans laughed at the jest and went on to enjoy the pleasure of loitering and gazing all around them.
Celibacy--as to which grave complaints were made as early as 520--and divorces naturally increased in proportion.
thy beggary is increased.--3.
I suspected nothing when he brought out his pocketbook,--it was stuffed full, monsieur; I saw that and my confidence increased,--called for the reckoning, and paid with an Italian bank-note.
Tsz-kung does not submit to the appointments of Heaven; and yet his goods are increased;--he is often successful in his calculations."
He was enticed by the Syrian general, even when he had an army of forty thousand men,--so largely had the forces of Judaea increased,--into Ptolemais with a few followers, under blandishing promises, and slain.
While he was pouring out the transports it occasioned in the most grateful thanks to heaven, and his new found father, Louisa entered, Dorilaus having sent to the baron de Palfoy's, where he knew she was, to let her know a messenger from Russia was arrived with news of her brother:--they instantly knew each other, though it was upwards of four years since they were separated, and in that time the stature of both considerably increased:--nothing could exceed the joy of these amiable twins:--never was felicity more perfect, which yet received addition on Horatio's part, when Louisa told him, that it was as much as Charlotta could do to restrain herself from coming with her to hear what account the supposed messenger had brought.
A few noble political ideals repeated in a score of petty kingdoms, and a few literary ideals copied but never increased,--that is the summary of his literary history.
How different is this same Norfolk from the other eastern ports I have visited!--there all is bustle, activity, and increase,--here all is dreariness, desolation, and stagnation.
Footnote 8: Increaser of virtue.
The trade is on the increase,--rapidly, fearfully on the increase.
They lost the last of Europe in the Balkan War, and with it their prestige as increasers of Islam; the growth of national consciousness among their subjects, not least among the Turks themselves, has loosened the foundations of their military empire, as of the other military empires with which they are allied.
The loyal provincials were among the loudest in their exultations and rejoicings; wilfully shutting their eyes to the scanty meed of applause that a powerful people ever reluctantly bestows on its dependants, as though love of glory, like avarice, increases by its means of indulgence.
--Alexander kills her.--Cleopatra a type of the family.--Her two daughters.--Unnatural war.--Tryphena's hatred of her sister.--Taking of Antioch.--Cleopatra flees to a temple.--Jealousy of Tryphena.--Her resentment increases.--Cruel and sacrilegious murder.--The moral condition of mankind not degenerating.
The black ox treads not yet upon thy toe, Nor thy good fortune turns her wheel awaye; Thy flocks increase, and thou increasest so, Thy straggling goates now mild, and gentlely; And that fool love thou whipst away with rods; Then what sets thee, and joy so far at odds?
I am full of confusion; therefore see thou mine affliction; 10:16 For it increaseth.