He took in two hills, the Quirinal and Viminal; then next he enlarged the Esquiline, and took up his own residence there, in order that dignity might be conferred upon the place.
Footnote 51: On the west slope of the Esquiline.--D.O. Footnote 52: There seems to be something wrong in the text here, as the subterfuge was distinctively a patrician one, and the commons had nothing to gain and all to lose by it.
SEE Bennett, Estelline.
HARRINGTON, EVALINE, ed.
Longfellow, Evangeline (1848).
SEE Le Maire, Eveline.
And cryptically he expressed his glow of gratified fatherliness.
Why, tys the onlye tye of faythfulines: Age is the onlye object of the harte, And by's experyence onlye hathe aspyrd Toth heyght of all perfectyon.
He crept upon him stealthily, head low to earth and lone ear laid back, with a feline softness of tread.
One would not have thought of her as a royal tigress, the queen of the felines and one of the most beautiful of all living things.
You haint afeard to stand out baldly and face the sea of upturned red maskaline noses, or hily-frizzled, gorgeously-got-up femilines, and skatter Fiseology rite and left, not carin a pickaune who's hit or who haint.
"Yet fell she not as one enforst to dye, Ne dyde with dread and grudging discontent, But as one toyld with travell downe doth lye, 255 So lay she downe, as if to sleepe she went, And closde her eyes with carelesse quietriesse; The whiles soft death away her spirit hent*, And soule assoyld** from sinfull fleshlinesse.
Mrs. Grew owns many admirable specimens, among them being Blair Athol, Ayrshire, Kenilworth, and Ferraline.
POOR JOE (with Song)...................................... FRAULINE LINA BOOBENSTEIN................................. (With stammering song, "I yoost landet.")
True Yankee Sailor (in costume), Patrick Flinegan, Captain of the Head.
I said, returning to the car, and Rene made a fine exhibition of himself, smothering his head under the foxlined overcoat and screaming.
"My husband," she said, "has justly surmised that I have not come here in any spirit of friendliness, I have come to let Mr. Wingate know the contents of this cable, which arrived soon after my husband left the house this morning.
Or, bringing in the word species, which is well defined as "the perennial succession of individuals," commonly of very like individuals,--as a close corporation of individuals perpetuated by generation, instead of election,--and reducing the question to mathematical simplicity of statement: species are lines of individuals coming down from the past and running on to the future,--lines receding, therefore, from our view in either direction.
"This is another Brutum Fulinen launched at the Critical Review by one Churchill, who it seems is a clergyman, and it must be owned has a knack at versification; a bard, who upon the strength of having written a few good lines in a thing called The Rosciad, swaggers about as if he were game-keeper of Parnassus."
He jerked his gun up and fired, not at a man, for the bullet struck the thin chain which held the gasoline lamp suspended, struck it with a clang, and it rushed down to the table.
AIMERY DE PIERREBOURG, MARGUERITE THOMAS-GALLINE, BARONNE.
4 shot.--Man clawed by a tiger.--Knocked its eye out with a sickle.--Same tiger subsequently shot in same place.--Tigers easily killed.--Instances.--Effect of shells on tiger and buffalo.--Best weapon and bullets for tiger.--Poisoning tigers denounced.--Natives prone to exaggerate in giving news of tiger.--Anecdote.--Beating for tiger.--Line of elephants.--Padding dead game.--Line of seventy-six elephants.--Captain of the hunt.--Flags for signals in the line.
Then both arose and put on their garments,--Madeline the skimped delaine, and Miss Wimple the flounces.
Was there no gentlemanliness left in Damocles de Warrenne that he should even contemplate the doing of a deed at which his old comrades-in-arms, Bear, Burke, Jones, Little, Goate, Nemo and Peerson would stand aghast, would be ready to kick him out of a decent barrack-room--and the poor demented creature called for a "boy," and ordered him to send, at once, for one Abdul Ghani who would, as usual, be found sleeping beside his camels in the market-place ... Anon the gentle Abdul came, received certain instructions, and departed smiling till his great yellow fangs gleamed in the moonlight beneath the bristling moustache, cut back from the lips as that of a righteous Mussulman shikarri and oont-wallah should be.
The family Geremie of Bologna were at the head of the Guelphs, and that of the Lambertazzi of the Ghibbelines, who formed an opposition by no means despicable to the domineering party.
At Pistoia the orphan heirs of Pucci'ni met him, bearing a sword, and said, "This is the sword of Castruccio Castracani, the great Italian soldier, and head of the Ghibelines in the fourteenth century.
Swiftly and surely Guelph and Ghibelline and break-neck orchard walls are passing away.
Ancient Florence, the city of the twelfth and beginning of the thirteenth centuries, the Florence of the nobles, the Florence of the Ghibellines, the Florence in which nearly every house was a castle, with frowning towers hundreds of feet high, machicolated battlements, donjon keeps, oubliettes, and all other appurtenances of a feudal stronghold, exists no longer.
"Those who ruled the city of Florence on the part of the Ghibillines, perceiving this discontent and murmuring, which they were fearful might produce a rebellion against themselves, in order to satisfy the people, made choice of two knights, Frati Godenti (joyous friars) of Bologna, on whom they conferred the chief power in Florence.
That they should facem praeferre, lead the way to all virtuous actions, are the ringleaders oftentimes of all mischief and dissolute courses, and by that means their countries are plagued, "and they themselves often ruined, banished, or murdered by conspiracy of their subjects, as Sardanapalus was, Dionysius Junior, Heliogabalus, Periander, Pisistratus, Tarquinius, Timocrates, Childericus, Appius Claudius, Andronicus, Galeacius Sforza, Alexander Medices," &c. Whereas the princes or great men are malicious, envious, factious, ambitious, emulators, they tear a commonwealth asunder, as so many Guelfs and Gibelines disturb the quietness of it, and with mutual murders let it bleed to death; our histories are too full of such barbarous inhumanities, and the miseries that issue from them.
Ambard, O'Connor, Giuseppi, Laney, Farfan, Gillineau, Rat, Pantin, Leotaud, Besson, Fraser, Paull, Hobson, Garcia, Dr. Padron,' etc.
We have heard a chapel choir sing a hymn of twelve verses, and felt ready for a stimulant afterwards to revive our exhausted energies; if twenty-three verses had to be fought through at one standing, in our hearing, we should smile with a musical ghastliness and perish.
"Let bagpipe never more be heard to shrill, That may allure the senses to delight, Ne ever shepheard sound his oaten quill 325 Unto the many*, that provoke them might To idle pleasance; but let ghastlinesse And drearie horror dim the chearfull light, To make the image of true heavinesse.
And that was the strangeness of it all--the strangeness that startled me as I drove back to the quietude of the General Headquarters, as darkness came down upon this low-lying countryside and put its cloak about the figures of British soldiers moving to their billets, and gave a ghostliness to the tall, tufted trees, which seemed to come striding towards my headlights.
2119 Cakes 2107, 2119 Properties and Uses of 765 to Preserve 1641 Gingerbread Aperient 2462 Cake 2117 Snaps 2093 Girls, Management of 2187 Glacialine 1780 Glass, to Anneal 424 Bottles, to Clean 392 to Clean 390, 419, 423 Easy Mode of Breaking 353 Ground, to Imitate 346 Powdered, Use of in Modelling 2352 Stoppers, to Loosen 357 Vessels, to Clean 391 Glazing, for Hams, Tongues, &c. 1651 Glauber's Salts, Properties and Uses of 747 Gloves, Care of 2250 to Dye 2702, 2703 French Kid, to Clean 2252 at Funerals 1969 Kid, to Clean 2251 Kid, to Wash 2253 Glue, Common, to Prepare 2492 Liquid 2491 Marine 2499 Mouth 2488 Gold, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1351 Gold-fish, Care of 2174 Goods Removed, Seizure of 1524 Goose, Broiled 1176 to Carve 2626, 2678 Cold, to Dress 1172 to Hash 1175 Marbled 1264 Mock 1166 to Roast 1167 Royal Game of 2594 Stuffing 1226 Stuffing Sauce 2231 Gooseberry Wine 2273 Gorlitza (Dance) 154 Gossiping, Consequences of 2182 Gout Mixture 2391 Pills for 2390 Remedy for 607 Rheumatic, Mixture for 2392 Grammar, Errors from Imperfect Knowledge of 163 Grape Wine 2273 Grate, the Parson's 997 Brunswick Black for 395 Gravel, Remedy for 608 Gravy, Brown 1225 Soup, Clear 1210 Grease, Oil, to Remove 407 to Remove from Cloth or Velvet 433 Scouring Drops to Remove 432 Spots, to Extract from Books and Papers 435 Spots, to Remove from Silk 2261 Grecian Netting 1831 Green Paint for Garden Stands 473 Why Favourable to Blonde Complexions 1803 Why Unfavourable to Ruddy Complexions 1804 Greengage Jam 2135 Greens, to Choose 1092 Grill Sauce 2226 Grilled Fowl 1177 Gridirons, How to Use 1026 Griffiths's Mixture 651 (39) Ground Glass, to Imitate 346 Grouse, to Roast 1240 Growth Influenced by Light 914 Grubs, to Destroy 282 Guinea Pigs, Care of 2170 Gum-Arabic, Mucilage 587 Starch 2742 Gurnet, to Carve 2644 Gutta-percha Casts 2382 Soles, to Put on 2247 Tooth Stopping 2445 H H, Enigma on 215 or no H?
No; if one would seek to see true companions of Socrates, one must look to Crito, (24) and Chaerephon, and Chaerecrates, to Hermogenes, to Simmias and Cebes, to Phaedondes and others, who clung to him not to excel in the rhetoric of the Assembly or the law-courts, but with the nobler ambition of attaining to such beauty and goodliness of soul as would enable them to discharge the various duties of life to house and family, to relatives and friends, to fellow-citizens, and to the state at large.
Ther will be found an other manner & sort of people, who will make no accoumpte at all to mocke at this matter: as indeede the world is ful of mockers, and men without Godlines, without God, and without religion.
I told them they were on trial, and the success or failure of the experiment must be determined by themselves alone; that godliness, moral character, prompt and implicit obedience, as well as bravery and unflinching courage, were necessary attributes of the true soldier.
Our chiefest care is for that tender boye, Which we should leave discomfortlesse behinde, But that we do assure us of your love And care to guide his weake unhable youth In pathes of knowledge, grace, and godlinesse.
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Prince Henry, who was ready to embark at Gravelines, with the Earl of Flanders and a great army, hearing that his partisans in England were suppressed, abandoned all thoughts of the enterprise, and joined the camp of Lewis, who, during the absence of the king, had made an irruption into Normandy, and had laid siege to Rouen k. The place was defended with great vigour by the inhabitants l; and Lewis, despairing of success by open force, tried to gain the town by a stratagem, which, in that superstitious age, was deemed not very honourable.
In the latter part of the ode, he objects to the stanza of triumph: "Thus song could prevail," &c. as written in a measure ridiculous and burlesque, and justifies his answer, by observing, that Addison uses the same numbers in the scene of Rosamond, between Grideline and sir Trusty: "How unhappy is he," &c. That the measure is the same in both passages, must be confessed, and both poets, perhaps, chose their numbers properly; for they both meant to express a kind of airy hilarity.
It seems to me under these conditions that the groundlines of the development of our literature from 1700-1900 would be best impressed upon us by comparing the order of its evolution with that of the most "normal" poetic genius who ever lived--namely, with that of Goethe; and thereby we should prove its development to be an essentially normal one.
What tales he'd have to tell Gwladwys Gwendoline when he had completed his circuit and returned.
"I think, Gwendoline--" said the one of authority, and although the matter was no further expressed, by an instinct which he was powerless to avert, this person at once found himself rising with ceremonious partings.