The successful general returned to France with great eclat, while the government was pushed every day by the triumphant Royalists into increased severity,--into measures which logically led, under Charles X., to his expulsion from the throne, and the final defeat of the principle of legitimacy itself,--another great step toward republican institutions, which were finally destined to triumph.
Leaving Rainton, a sudden rise brings you to the Roman Military Road, leading from Aldborough, the Isurium of the Romans, to Inverness, in Scotland.
V Ya despues de dudar un instante y a una nueva orden de su senor, comenzaban los pajes a desatar los lebreles, que aturdian la iglesia con sus ladridos; ya el baron habia armado su ballesta riendo con una risa de Satanas, y el venerable sacerdote, murmurando una plegaria, elevaba sus ojos al cielo y esperaba tranquilo la muerte, cuando se oyo fuera del sagrado recinto una voceria horrible, bramidos de trompas que hacian senales de ojeo, y gritos de iAl jabali!--iPor Zas brenas!--iHacia el monte!
I found, however, a good friend in M. Sainton, the leader of the band.
There were hostile forces in Angoumois, La Marche, Saintonge, and the Limousin, which had to be finally destroyed.
When, in the sixteenth century, Francoise de Saintonges wished to establish girls' schools in France, she was hooted in the streets, and her father called together four doctors, learned in the law, to decide whether she was not possessed by demons, to think of educating women,--pour s'assurer qu'instraire des femmes n'etait pas un oeuvre du demon.
Say,--"into one an other."
Dal fuoco spinto ora il vitale umore Fugge per quella via ch'a gli occhi mena; Et e quel che si versa, e trarra insieme E 'l dolore e la vita all'ore estreme.
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Sintominie hotel, Sixth street.
John R. Clark & Arthur Sinton Otis (A); 25Nov55; R159764-159767.
He had gained the consent of Tomo Chichi and Scenawki his wife and Toonahowi his nephew; of Hillispilli, the war chief; Apakowtski, Stimalchi, Sintouchi, and Hinguithi, five chiefs of the Creek nation; and of Umphichi, a chief from Palachocolas; with their interpreter.
Come sospinto suol da Borca o d'Ostro Venir lungo navilio a pigliar porto," Canto x. st.
"I have to tell you," I said, "that I hold a warrant for your arrest on the charge of murdering one, Joseph Spainton, on the night of July the nineteenth of this year.
It is only in these enlightened and progressive times that women desert their husbands when they are tantalizing, or when they do not properly support the family, or spend their time at the clubs or in society,--into which it would seem that Socrates was received, even the best, barefooted and dirty as he was, and for his intellectual gifts alone.
Yet when the life of that prelate, prefixed to his sermons by Dr. Porteus and Dr. Stinton his chaplains, first came out, he read it with the utmost avidity, and said, "It is a life well written, and that well deserves to be recorded."'
One of the tombs has this inscription round its edge: "Sweet Jesus of Nazareth, show mercy to Elizabeth Stainton, late Prioress of this place."
This lake was estimated to be four miles in length; another lake about 12 miles above this was estimated to be twenty-four miles long, and its upper end distant only about eight miles from the Teslintoo.
says Mr. Swinton, the able and candid Northern historian of the war.
He spoke of "everlasting habitations"--"eternal tabernacles"--into which men should be received.
Mary B. Taintor (NK of S. A. Taintor) & Kate M. Munro (A); 23Aug61; R280788.
Squads (Twos),right(left)frontintoline, 2.
And because there are many possessed men in those parts, they are bound and brought ten dayes iourney unto the sayd friers, who being dispossessed of the vncleane spirits, do presently beleeue in Christ who deliuered them, accounting him for their God, and being baptized in his name, and also deliuering immediatly vnto the friers all their idols, and the idols of their cattell, which are commonly made of felt or of womens haire: then the sayd friers kindle a fire in a publike place (whereunto the people resort, that they may see the false gods of their neighbors burnt) and cast the sayd idols thereinto: howbeit at the first those idols came out of the fire againe.
exclaimed my comrade, with an air of triumph, "and I think I have found----"--"The back door in question?"--"Just go; look down that passage in front of us; at the end there is a door which leads--where do you think?"--"Into the Passage des Panoramas, does it not?"--"Yes, monsieur, and now you see what I mean.
Seco lo trasse ove perdea il vigore Medor col sangue che del petto usciva; E gia n'avea di tanto il terren tinto, Ch'era omai presso a rimanere estinto.
to National Academy of Design.--Leaves Rome.--Dangers of the journey.--Florence.--Description of meeting Prince Radziwill in Coliseum at Rome.--Copies portraits of Rubens and Titian in Florence.--Leaves Florence for Venice.--Disagreeable voyage on the Po.-- Venice, beautiful but smelly.--Copies Tintoret's "Miracle of the Slave."
CHAPTER VII VENETIAN PAINTING Painting bloomed late in Venice--Conditions offered by Venice to Art--Shelley and Pietro Aretino--Political circumstances of Venice--Comparison with Florence--The Ducal Palace--Art regarded as an adjunct to State Pageantry--Myth of Venezia--Heroic Deeds of Venice--Tintoretto's Paradise and Guardi's Picture of a Ball--Early Venetian Masters of Murano--Gian Bellini--Carpaccio's little Angels--The Madonna of S. Zaccaria--Giorgione--Allegory, Idyll, Expression of Emotion--The Monk at the Clavichord--Titian, Tintoret, and Veronese--Tintoretto's attempt to dramatise Venetian Art--Veronese's Mundane Splendour--Titian's Sophoclean Harmony--Their Schools--Further Characteristics of Veronese--of Tintoretto--His Imaginative Energy--Predominant Poetry--Titian's Perfection of Balance--Assumption of Madonna--Spirit common to the Great Venetians.
Venice got as far as Titian and Paul Veronese and Tintoretto,--great colorists, mark you, magnificent on the flesh-and-blood side of Art,--but look over to Florence and see who lie in Santa Croce, and ask out of whose loins Dante sprung!
The natives call the species Tintoreva, and the most aged of the village had only once before fished such an animal, but smaller.
It had been commenced, as we have seen, in a workshop at the Spedale dei Tintori.
DEAR PUNCHINELLO: I concluded I would leave Paris for Tours last week, as the refusal of Life Insurance Companies to take war risks made me apprehensive for the temporal welfare of the youthful TINTOS in case I should be untimely called hence.
'Tis pretty to see how she comes to by degrees: pressed by appetite, she will first steal, perhaps, a weeping morsel by herself; then be brought to piddle and sigh, and sigh and piddle before you; now-and-then, if her viands be unsavoury, swallowing with them a relishing tear or two: then she comes to eat and drink, to oblige you: then resolves to live for your sake: her exclamations will, in the next place, be turned into blandishments; her vehement upbraidings into gentle murmuring--how dare you, traitor!--into how could you, dearest!
Just as the rest were closing in to crush Tug,--into mincemeat, perhaps,--History, who had been lying neglected on the ground near the fire, rose to the occasion for once.
The sleet blew every way,--into your eyes, down your neck, in like a knife into your cheeks.
Il suo caduto ferro instanto fuore Porto del bosco impetuoso vento, Sicche vinto partissi; e in sulla strada Ritrovo poscia, e ripiglio la spada.
Washington, March 2, 1827 To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States: I transmit to both Houses of Congress copies of communications received yesterday by the Secretary of War from the governor of Georgia and from Lieutenant Vinton.
For the mony of Goa, there is a kind of mony made of lead and tin mingled, being thicke and round, and stamped on the one side with a spheare or globe of the world, and on the other side two arrowes and 5 rounds: and this kind of mony is called Basaruchi, and 15 of these make a vinton of naughty mony, and 5 vintons make a tanga, and 4 vintenas make a tanga of base money: so that the tanga of base mony is 60 basaruchies, and the tanga of good mony 75.
And, as it was with Sir Percival in that first adventure, so may you meet with a like success when you ride forth upon your first undertakings after you have entered into the glory of your knighthood, with your life lying before you and a whole world whereinto ye may freely enter to do your devoirs to the glory of God and your own honor.
But when, in the kind providence of God, one of these butchers of their fellow beings is brought to pause and consider his ways, and to resolve his enormous and compound sin into its elements of wickedness,--into the lies, theft, covetousness, adultery, murder, and what not of crime, which enter into it,--he is amazed that he has been so "slow of heart to believe," and abandon the iniquity of his deeds.
Pauline, nervously braiding some bits of wire which she had unconsciously taken from a shelf, glanced up--against her will,--into the eyes of Galahad.
by Wigginton E. Creed.
TELLS ABOUT MY TALK WITH BERT WINTON XIX.
Vltimo die mensis Octobris, episcopus Wintoniensis accessit ad concilium Constanciense, peregrinaturus Hierosolymam post electionem summi pontificis celebratam, vbi tantum valuit eius facunda persuasio, vt et excitaret dominos Cardinales ad concordiam, et ad electionem summi pontificis se ocyus praepararent.
Wintour and Fawkes came over to England together, and shortly after met Catesby, Thomas Percy, and John Wright, in a house behind St. Clement's; where, in a chamber with no other person present, each administered an oath of secresy to the other, and then went into another room to hear mass, and to receive the sacrament.
Thomas Wintour.--From an original examination before the Lord's Commissioners, on the 25th of November, 1605.
He was master, in the right of his father, of Anjou and Touraine; in that of his mother, of Normandy and Maine; in that of his wife, of Guienne, Poictou, Xaintogne, Auvergne, Perigord, Angoumois, the Limousin.