In our best charts, this sand bank, intermixed with sunk rocks, extends two miles out to sea.--E. Called the Birds islands, or the Magdalens.--Clarke.
Then did I see a pleasant Paradize, Full of sweete flowres and daintiest delights, 520 Such as on earth man could not more devize, With pleasures choyce to feed his cheereful sprights: Not that which Merlin by his magicke slights Made for the gentle Squire, to entertaine His fayre Belphoebe, could this gardine staine.
In the foresayd palace there are many peacocks of golde: and when any Tartar maketh a banquet vnto his lord, if the guests chance to clap their hands for ioy and mirth, the sayd golden peacocks also will spread abroad their wings, and lift vp their traines, seeming as if they danced: and this I suppose to be done by arte magike or by some secret engine vnder the ground.
After mother's more practical service had been rendered the little ones, and they were cosily 'tucked in,' then came 'father's turn,' which consisted of his sitting by their bedside--Owen and Geoffrey on one hand, and little queen Phyllis, maidenlike in solitary cot, on the other--and crooning to them a little evening song.
She said, "Oh, Miss Major!"--woke her out of a sound sleep--"Miss Sniffen has gone!
That same night it hastened forwards thirty miles to Ham's Fork,--a confluent of Black's Fork, which empties into Green River,--where several supply-trains were gathered, upon which there was danger that the Mormons would make an attack.
,--make a good academy.
KING, CHARLES E. Heaha kou makemake; piano.
Les sept dormants, La ville de Tram, et l'excursion contre la Makke, Alger, 1891, en 8vo.
He was shot by a mameluke, Si Smyle, and fell in a thicket, wallowing in his blood.
It was, in consequence, more than once attacked by the famous Alboquerque, (who, in 1513, lost 2000 men before it,) and his successor Lope Soarez, but the Portuguese never succeeded in occupying it; and the Mamluke empire was overthrown, in 1517, by the arms of the Ottoman Sultan, Selim I. The new masters of Egypt, however, speedily adopted the policy of the rulers whom they had supplanted; and not contented with the limited suzerainte over the Arab chiefs of Yemen, exercised by the Circassian monarchs, determined on bringing that country under the direct control of the Porte, as a point d'appui for the operations to be undertaken in the Indian Ocean.
Whitgift Mamuke Rabchick Little Grouse Whitgift Grammar.
mandrake, ND; +mandrogoris+, pl.,
He was in advance of them, with one other man,--Dyke.
Tell her that her "dear William" grows taller, and improves in manly looks and manlike behaviour every time I see him.
Then said Mary unto the angel, How shall this be, seeing I know not a man?"--Luke i. 34.
Hamilton grappled with the subject in the most comprehensive manner,--like a statesman rather than a lawyer,--made a magnificent argument in favor of the general government, and gained his case; although it would seem that natural justice was in favor of the poor woman, deprived of the use of her house by a wealthy alien, during the war.
When confined, they are usually fed with a paste made in the following manner:--Take a portion of bread, well-baked and stale, put it into fresh water, and leave it until quite soaked through, then squeeze out the water and pour boiled milk over it, adding two-thirds of the same quantity of barley meal well sifted, or, what is better, wheat meal.
Vladivostok Bengeo Mannike Noogis Little Leader Bengeo, Herts.
He could say to the sick man:--"Take up thy bed and walk."
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But the Spaniards lay strongly intrenched behind the canal of Bergues, between Mardyke and Dunkirk; and by common consent the design was abandoned, and the siege of Gravelines substituted in its place.
Rothe names Marheineke, DeWette, von Ammon, Herbart, Hartenstein, Schwartz, Harless, and Reinhard, as agreeing in the main with his position; while as opposed to it he mentions Kant, Fichte, Krause, Schleiermacher, von Hirscher, Nitzsch, Flatt, and Baumgarten-Crusius.
D and E marke.
He settled one of our men with his fist, and another with a marlinespike that he caught,--and, in fact, they had to shoot him down.
With such a people, distance and difficulties are of no account; a man who has been cradling oats, to-day, in his own retired fields, where one would think ambition and the love of change could never penetrate, being ready to quit home at twenty-four hours' notice, assuming the marlingspike as he lays aside the fork, and setting forth for the uttermost confines of the earth, with as little hesitation as another might quit his home for an ordinary journey of a week.
Captain Deadeye was a staid, wall-eyed veteran, with his coat of a regular Rodney cut, broad skirts, long waist, and stand-up collar, over which dangled either a queue, or marlinspike with a tuft of oakum at the end of it--it would have puzzled old Nick to say which.
MARMADUKE And whither were you going?
He was buried in Marske churchyard, but there was nothing to mark his grave, and its place has long been forgotten.
She was one of the women who carry their housekeeping to a perfection uncomfortable both to herself and everybody else, and then delude themselves into the martyrlike belief that she is doing it all entirely for others.
In Maschke, he found the organ of the mechanical arts, together with a head very well organized in many respects; and his crime was coining.
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This in itself was a masterstroke.
Masticke, from Sio.
v.; Maske of, ii.;
He noted in her figure--in its solidity, its settledness--the signs of age the beauty doctors were still almost successful in keeping out of that masklike face which was their creation rather than nature's; he noted the rough-looking red of that hair whose thinness was not altogether concealed despite the elaborate care with which it was arranged to give the impression of careless abundance.
"What d'ye mean by insultin' my mate?--take that!"
Mrs. Dusty and young Queenie walked arm in arm behind them, and whenever they saw a soldier they squeaked loudly, and addressed him invariably as "Colonel Mawmajuke."
BROWN, JOSEPHINE MCPIKE.
McFluke had to go somewhere, didn't he?
Maxstoke Castle Is situated about one mile east of Coleshill, and is erected in the form of a parallelogram, encompassed by a moat.
For instance, these lines in that most exquisite song in "Measure for Measure;"--"Take, oh, take those lips away,"-- "But my kisses bring again Seals of love, but seal'd in vain";-- and these from "Venus and Adonis,"-- "Pure lips, sweet seals in my soft lips imprinted, What bargains may I make, still to be sealing!"-- to which Mr. Rushton adds from "Hamlet,"-- "A combination and a form, indeed, Where every god did seem to set his seal."
come and divert me,--make me merry!
Thyself, no more, For 'tis a private busines, and withall; Provyde mee,--harke thyne eare.
385 "So when I have with sorrow satisfyde Th'importune Fates which vengeance on me seeks, And th'heavens with long languor pacifyde, She, for pure pitie of my sufferance meeke, Will send for me; for which I daily long, 390 And will till then my painfull penance eeke, Weepe, Shepheard!
It is meestake!
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Kock sees no reason for assigning them specifically to the New Comedy (as Meineke has done).
MEINKE, W. G. An outline of modern European history.
And that last token you gave me of expressing a wish to have my name joined with yours, you know not how it affected me,--like a legacy.