Columbus was allowed to make one more voyage of discovery, but nothing came of it except renewed troubles, hardships, dangers, and difficulties; wars with the natives, perils of the sea, discontents, disappointments; and when at last he returned to Spain, in 1504,--broken with age and infirmities, after twelve years of harassing cares, labors, and dangers (a checkered career of glory and suffering),--nothing remained but to prepare for his final rest.
211.--Token of the Corporation of Carpenters of Maestricht.
1.--Chicken Chop Suey (CHINESE).
20.--Chicken Croquettes a la Reine.
The accounts of these last hours of his life are, unfortunately, somewhat contradictory, and none of the authorities to be entirely depended on; Abeken has made a careful attempt to harmonise them, which it will be best here to follow.
23.--Chicken a la Tartare.
26.--Chicken a la Bechamel.
212.--Token of the Corporation of Carpenters of Antwerp.
These wayfarers in their travelling came to that part of the forest where the swineherds abode, and where were the open glade of grass and the fair well of water aforespoken of.
The famous "Nimrod," in his "Life of a Sportsman," gives us a picture, by Alken, of Bibury racecourse, and tells us how gay Burford was a hundred years ago: "Those were Bibury's very best days.
BEAVERBROOK, WILLIAM MAXWELL AITKEN, BARON.
The man Mr. Aiken was holding wrenched himself free, and sprang forward, shaking a fist in my father's face.
AL'KEN, an old shepherd, who instructs Robin Hood's men how to find a witch, and how she is to be hunted.--Ben Jonson, The Sad Shepherd (1637).
was the answer,--spoken not without a shudder. "
Would a'taken ever bit of our wool if they could have found it.
Now may sum men asken, Sithe that the see is on that o syde, wherfore go thei not out on the see syde, for to go where that hem lykethe?
Footnote 365: See Otto Seeck, Geschichte des Untergangs der antiken Welt, ch.
295; Baber, 320; Yonge's Atken.
One moment he would rub his hands with glee, and the next unsheath his dagger in anger, as he saw the axe of a fellow-townsman descend on the half-guarded head of a brother sailor; but, when the combatants came within oar's length of the boat, and the retreat began to resemble a flight, the esprit de corps got the upper hand in the Auchinbrecken midshipman's feelings, and, unsheathing his dagger, he jumped nimbly ashore and joined in the fray.
He proceeded a mile or two, at a round trot, when, as the Waste stretched black before him, apprehensions began to awaken in his mind, partly arising out of Meg's unusual kindness, which he could not help thinking had rather a suspicious appearance.
A Member of my Ch," by Rev. H.H. Van Auken ...25.00 Columbus.
23:17 Ye shall bring out of your habitations two wave loaves of two tenth deals; they shall be of fine flour; they shall be baken with leaven; they are the firstfruits unto the LORD.
That night he slept indoors, but in the morning early he was awoken by the sound of trotting horses, and running to the window saw a farmer riding by very sprucely dressed.
in an awstricken whisper.
came the voice of Percy Darrow, awestricken. "
Other words in the dialect are "caddie" = to humbug; "cham" = to chew; "barken" = a homestead; and "bittle" = a mallet.
This is a part of war that doctors and nurses see; not rarely and in one hospital, but in all hospitals and every morning, when the long line of men--'"pus tanks' we called 'em last winter," muttered one of the young doctors--are brought in to be dressed, There was such a leg that day in the Barracken Hospital; the case described here was in the American Red Cross Hospital in Vienna.
And, grieved and fretted by thy scornful air, For his lost peace, betaken him to prayer?
Ich zog Den Basilisken auf an meinem Busen, Mit meinem Herzblut naehrt ich ihn, er sog Sich schwelgend voll an meiner Liebe Bruesten, Ich hatte nimmer Arges gegen ihn, Weit offen liess ich des Gedankens Thore, Und warf die Schluessel weiser Vorsicht weg, Am Sternenhimmel, etc.
The former had already been engaged for some time by an Englishman, Mr. Ross; the latter was bespoken by some rich Persians for their wives and children.
The Allan girls pressed forward hurriedly to give George two treasured emblems of Good Luck--a four-leaf clover in a crumpled bit of silver paper, and a tiny Billiken in ivory, the cherished work of Happy Jack, the Eskimo Carver.
+Bi-toknen+, v. to betoken, C2; +bitocknen+, S; +bytoknen+, PP; +betoknen+, S, PP; +betaken+, S2; +bitacnedd+, pp.,
Ueber das Schachzabelbuch Konrads von Ammenhausen und die Zofinger Handsschrift desselben, von Wilhelm Wackernagel (Beitrage zur Geschichte und Literatur vorzuglich aus den Archiven und Bibliotheken des Kanton Aargau.
"Heuene & erthe & all that is, Biloken is on his honde.
Afore the Lammas tide Had dwin'd the birken tree, In a' our water-side, Nae wife was blest like me: A kind gudeman, and twa Sweet bairns were round me here; But they're a' ta'en awa', Sin' the fa' o' the year.
Ola and Blakken, and Line, Sine, Trine, by Ingri & Edgar Parin d'Aulaire.
Is it well that while we range with Science, glorying in the Time, City children soak and blacken soul and sense in city slime?"
CRONIN, A. J. Die Sterne blicken herab.
of France Lovers severed, Lunatic slaves "Lynchings" in the United States Lynch Law, M. Maimed slaves Maimings Malady of slaves Manacling of slaves Maniac woman Man sold by a Presbyterian elder Man-stealing paid for Marriage unknown among slaves Martyr for Christ Maryland Journal Maryville Intelligencer Massacre at Antioch " " Thessalonica " " Vicksburg Masters grant no redress to slaves McIntosh, burning of Maximin Meals number of " of slaves "Meat once a year" Mediation for slaves Medical attendance " college of South Carolina " Infirmary at Charleston Medicine administered to slaves Members of churches Memorial of friends Menagerie of slaves Men and women whipped Methodist colored preacher hung, Methodist girl whipped for her chastity Methodist preacher, a slave dealer " " " driver " woman cut off a girl's toe Method of taking meals "Middle passage" Miscarriage of women at the whipping post Mississippi Missouri Mistresses flog slaves Mobile "Moderate correction" Moors, repulsion of Morgan, William Mormons Mothers and babes separated Mothers of slaves Mulatto children in all families Multiplying of slaves Murderers of slaves tried and acquitted Murder of slaves by law " " " bad feeling " " " piece-meal " " every seven years " " frequent " " with impunity Murders in Alabama " " Arkansas N. Naked children " "Dave" " females whipped " " inspected " Men and women at work in a field Nakedness of slaves Nantz, edict of 'National slave-market' Natchez Nat Turner 'Negro Head Point 'Negroes for sale 'Negroes taken Nero 'Never lose a day's work' New England, witches of New Orleans " " Hospital New York, thirteen persons burnt at Nice, council of 'Nigger put in the bill' Night-confinement Night at a slaveholder's house Night in slave huts Nine slaves hanged No marriage among slaves North Carolina " " Governor of " " Legislature of " " Kidnappers Northern visitors to the slave states Nothing can disgrace slave-drivers Novel torture Nudity of slaves Nursing of slave-children O. Objections considered Ocra, a slave-driver Oiling of a slave Old age uncommon among slaves " " unprotected Old dying slaves "Old settlement" " slaves Oppressor aversion of to his slave Outlawry of slaves Outrageous Felonies on account of slavery " " perpetrated with impunity Overseers, character of " generally armed " no appeal from OVERSEERS OF SLAVES-- Alabama Alexander killed Bellemont Bellows Blocken's Bradley Cormick's Cruel to a proverb Farr, James Galloway Gibbs Goochland Methodist preacher Milligan's Bend Nowland's Tune Turner's cousin Walker Overworking of slaves Ownership Of human beings destroys their comfort.
No man was ever so wicked, ever so cruel but he would have spared them their boy,--taken everything and spared them their boy; but God, God!
These derive their name, as some say, from Knicker, to shake, and Beker, a goblet, indicating thereby that they were sturdy tosspots of yore; but in truth, it was derived from Knicker, to nod, and Bocken, books, plainly meaning that they were great nodders or dozers over books; from them did descend the writer of this History.
As to Mrs. Townsend,--her manlike spirit--her two brothers--and the ships' crews--I say nothing but this to the insolent threatening--Let 'em come!--But as to her sordid menace--To repay the horrid villain, as she calls me, for all my vileness by BROKEN BONES!--Broken bones, Belford!-- Who can bear this porterly threatening!--Broken bones, Jack!--D--n the little vulgar!--Give me a name for her--but I banish all furious resentment.
She asked to be received at the Convents of the Augustinians at Borken, of the Trappists at Darfeld, and of the Poor Clares at Munster; but her poverty, and that of these convents, always presented an insuperable obstacle to her being received.
There is one particular hill, called the Brocken, in which he appears, terrifying the credulous, and gratifying the curious to a very high degree.
The outlines of the young bracken resemble the little oak fern.
"This deed was done at Otterbourne At the breaking of the day; Earl Douglas was buried at the braken bush, And the Percy led captive away."
And tho zates thei schulle breken, and so gon out, be fyndynge of that issue.
He had worked for many years at the fishing with always the reputation of being “a wee bit daft,” till at length he had gradually settled down at Crooken, where the laird, doubtless knowing something of his family history, had given him a job which practically made him a pensioner.
Tak' a good breath noo--Squeers be in jail--the school's brokken oop--it's all ower--past and gane--think o' thot, and let it be a hearty 'un!