Or think of the Servians--that hospitable people, good lovers and good haters, with their ancient, almost prehistoric, system of family communities surviving down to modern days, and blossoming out in a perfect genius for co-operative agriculture and Raffeisen banks!
He said Yorkshire was quite radicalised by having four members.
A right to raise money by taxes, duties, excises, and by loan, to raise and support armies and a navy, to provide for calling forth, arming, disciplining, and governing the militia when in the service of the United States, establishing fortifications and governing the troops stationed in them independently of the State authorities, and to perform many other acts is indispensable to the maintenance of war--no war with any great power can be prosecuted with success without the command of the resources of the Union in all these respects.
If facilities for borrowing at remunerative rates existed in towns, agricultural banks on the Schulze-Delitzsch and Raiffeisen systems would soon overspread the land.
We'll strike the old man for a raise--" "Humph!
a raised mound or eminence, acairn of stones, S2; +raise+, HD.
Driscoll raised an arm and signalled; then, turning, he saw Spargo.
I've talked a deal of the Fund for Scottish Wounded that I raised-- raised with Mrs. Lauder's help.
Bright o'er his brows the forky radiance blazed, And high in air the rod divine He raised.-- Wide yawns the cliff!--amid the thirsty throng 410 Rush the redundant waves, and shine along; With gourds and shells and helmets press the bands, Ope their parch'd lips, and spread their eager hands, Snatch their pale infants to the exuberant shower, Kneel on the shatter'd rock, and bless the Almighty Power.
In 1834, 460,000,000 were raised--384,750,000 exported.
There were stated times for each rank of devils to be called on, for they aught not to be invoked "rashly or at all seasons;" and the following extracts from Reginald Scot are fully explanatory of the formalities to be observed on these occasions:-- "The houres wherein the principal devills may be raised.--A king may be raised from the third houre till noone, and from the ninth hour till evening.
Since, then, questions about the origin of species will be raised, and have been raised,--and since the theorizings, however different in particulars, all proceed upon the notion that one species of plant or animal is somehow derived from another, that the different sorts which now flourish are lineal (or unlineal) descendants of other and earlier sorts,--it now concerns us to ask, What are the grounds in Nature, the admitted facts, which suggest hypotheses of derivation, in some shape or other?
The house, to gratify the soldiers, had advanced their daily pay; and with the view of discharging their arrears, had raisedc the monthly assessment from thirty-five thousand pounds to one hundred thousand pounds.
He was now employed in Cheshire and Lancashire, where he had taken Stockport, Bolton, and Liverpool, and had raisedd the siege of Latham House, after it had been gallantly defended during eighteen weeks by the resolution of the countess of Derby.
Thou raisedest thy voice to record the stratagems of needy heroes.
When they fell out with each other, in his desire to get this back from him and to deprive him of yet another he delivered a speech, stating that Bibulus required soldiers against the Parthians; and in order that no new levies should be raised,--for the matter was urgent, he said, and they had an abundance of legions,--he got it voted that each of them, himself and Caesar, must send one to him.
Where were you raised?'--'In Kentucky.
The prevalence of the belief that seamen were 'raised'--'recruited' is not a naval term--for the navy by forcible means can be accounted for without difficulty.
Thou raisedst (or, familiarly, thou raised) thy voice to record the stratagems of needy heroes.
This Sheffield raised.--The sacred dust below, Was Dryden once; the rest who does not know.
But I have had reason more than once in her case, to conclude, that the passions of the gentle, slower to be moved than those of the quick, are the most flaming, the most irresistible, when raised.--Yet her charming body is not equally organized.
But, if I'm telling you the truth, you stand to get half the reward and the biggest press story any ghost-raiser ever put across.
Hence we see so many edifices raised that the raisers can never inhabit, being too large for their fortunes.
It is thus a life which raises a man and sets him above fate and its changes.
Friend TWAIN--Allow an old statesman, which has served his country for 4 yeers as Gustise of the Peece, rite a congratulotery letter to you on your success as a boy raisest.
E'en though it be a cross That raiseth me; Still all my song shall be, Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee.
Sometimes he was taken captive, and had his ransom to raise,--to pay for in hard cash, and not in land: as in the case of Richard of England, when, on his return from Palestine, he was imprisoned in Austria,--and it took to ransom him, as some have estimated, one third of all the gold and silver of the realm, chiefly furnished by the clergy.
We only too often see highly rationalised convictions in persons of weak purpose or low motives.
He begged to be made the reader,--otherwise, he confessed, he was in danger of falling asleep.
"I hope and trust the person, the three clergymen, or however many there were, did not exactly realise what they were writing; that they did not mean to say that a child was not to confess its sins to God direct; that it was not to confess its sins, at the age of six, to its mother, or to its father, but was only to have recourse to the priest.
If on the other hand the problem be boldly and wisely faced, I am convinced that in India, as in England, General Booth's most sanguine prophecies will be realised, our most pestilential marshes shall be drained, our moral atmosphere purified, prosperity take the place of destitution, and hope that of despair.
Is your dream realised?--are you as happy as you expected?
The old man, though he turned the matter much in his mind,--doubting whether the hopes thus raised would not add to Hester's sorrow should they not ultimately be realised,--decided that he could not keep her in the dark.
In one book, meaning a method of education, only it has never been carried out; in another, a system of polity,--only it has never been realised;--now a set of words written in books, on whose meaning all are divided; now a body of men who are daily excommunicating each other as heretics and apostates; now a universal idea; now the narrowest and most exclusive of all parties.
REALISER, rendre reel et effectif.
There can be no "fraternising" with Fritz until he realises that he has been fooled by his War Lords; and his awakening is a long way off.
Brigham was gracious enough to accord the desired permission, adding that the young Elder could preach the revived gospel and rebaptise on his way south, thus combining work with recreation.
One of our officers knowed him at 'ome, reckonises him, steps up, 'olds out his 'and right off, and says he: ''Ullo, Norrie, old chappie!'
I hated to see them go; I wanted to rebruise the arm and make them linger.
"Got to rec'nise these facts," said my assailant. "
As to any future favours--(accosts them severally in the order in which he was reftised by them at the assembly)--Madam, shall always acknowledge your politeness; but at present, you see, I am engaged with a partner.
It was strange to see her burn on thus wastefully, with half-quenched luminaries, when the dawn was already grown strong enough to show me, and to suffer me to recognise, a solitary figure standing by the piles.
He had early recognised the fact that it was necessary to have a thorough survey of the coasts of his territory, and therefore made an application to the Board of Trade to have the one commenced as far back as 1714 by Captain Taverner, but only carried on in a desultory fashion, put in hand and completed as quickly as possible.
The host, after some hesitation, at length went and spoke to the stranger, who calmly answered him: "By whom have I been recognised?"--"By that gentleman," said the landlord, pointing out the former. "
While fully and frankly recognising the master's defects in view of the artistic conscience of a later generation, the writer recognises to the full those transcendent qualities which place him next to Sir Walter Scott as the second greatest figure in a century of great fiction.
The case was now different, and yielding to the charm of a nature so noble and yet so soft, within a few hours, the carriage was in remise, a house was taken, the baggage unpacked, and the household gods of the travellers were erected, for the twentieth time, in a strange land.
He was always a very dissipated man, but in July, 1662, "regularised" his life by marrying Madeleine Lambert, daughter of the music-master of the court. "
Those drawn from the Bible are generally very curious paraphrases of the original simple text, turned into the simplest and commonest idioms of the people;--one of them may be found in the Appendix to Goethe's "Italienische Reise."
BUeTTIKOFER: Reisebilder aus Liberia.
Tausend und eine Insel; ein Reisebuch aus Polynesien und Neuseeland, von Arnold Höllriegel, pseud.