One other acquaintance I made at an earlier period of life than the habit of romancers authorizes.--Love, of course.--She was a famous beauty afterwards.--I am satisfied that many children rehearse their parts in the drama of life before they have shed all their milk-teeth.--I think I won't tell the story of the golden blonde.--I suppose everybody has had his childish fancies; but sometimes they are passionate impulses, which anticipate all the tremulous emotions belonging to a later period.
Sidenote: A Good-night And I also will say good-night to you, Mamma, or I shall look ugly to-morrow for the ball.--Love from your affectionate daughter, Elizabeth.
BALANCE.--Love truly conjugal is like a balance in which the inclinations for iterated marriages are made, 318.
Another girl, pretty and well-dressed,--in the glove-making line, as I guess from the family she is with, all of whom, from paterfamilias to baby, are begloved in a manner entirely irrespective of expense,--is kneeling pensively on the stern-benches of the upper deck, paying out the line with confidence in herself, but evidently hoping for masculine assistance in the process of hauling it in.
On one, in Master Carew's school-boy scrawl, was printed, "For myne Onelie Beeloved Doghter, Cicely Carew"; on the other, "For Nicholas Attewode, alias Mastre Skie-lark, whom I, Gaston Carew, Player, Stole Away from Stratford Toune, Anno Domini 1596."
From the immigration under Bellovesus resulted the occupation of Lombardy, and, subsequently, the first war of the Gauls with Rome.
And soon afterward, Napoleonder, the evil one, sends him an envoy with a paper saying, "Submit, Alexander Blagoslovenni, and I will show you favor above all others."
He went to her; it was his beloved Antonia.
At the beginning he addresses Mead:-- --Beloved by all the graceful arts, And long the favourite of the healing powers.
Let be, beloved-- I will taste somewhat this same poverty-- Try these temptations, grudges, gnawing shames, For which 'tis blamed; how probe an unfelt evil?
I am broken-spirited, and my only ambition is for rest, the rest He gives to His beloved----" "Rest, Angela!
Touchingly she pictures herself as "The Mystic Spouse,--her that cometh up from the wilderness, leaning upon the arm of her Beloved,--and we shall see that she, like her Lord, is wounded in her heart, her hands, and her feet."
"Tony, my belovedest," he whispered. "
"But, Tony," he pleaded, "my belovedest--" He put out both hands in supplication, but Tony whirled away from them.
VIII THE HEART OF LOVE Look in mine eyes, Beloved,--for my tongue Must never utter what my heart doth claim,-- And read Love there, for Love's forbidden name Dies on my trembling lips unvoiced, unsung.
sigh not so deeply, my beloved!--Happier hours await thy humble love, than did thy proud resistance.
While she was preparing supper, with such cogitations passing through her mind, Rosa began to dash off a letter, as follows:-- "DEARLY BELOVED,--I am so happy that I cannot wait a minute without telling you about it.
Now hear me, best beloved:--I have marked this man: And that which hath scared others, draws me towards him: He has the graces which I want; his sternness I envy for its strength; his fiery boldness I call the earnestness which dares not trifle With life's huge stake; his coldness but the calm Of one who long hath found, and keeps unwavering, Clear purpose still; he hath the gift which speaks The deepest things most simply; in his eye I dare be happy--weak I dare not be.
MARMADUKE Beloved!--if I dared, so would I call thee-- Conflict must cease, and, in thy frozen heart, The extremes of suffering meet in absolute peace.
Philemon was to receive him as "a son" of the apostle--"as a brother beloved"--nay, if he counted Paul a partner, an equal, he was to receive Onesimus as he would receive the apostle himself.
Once I longed To be beloved,--now would they but forget me!
"Even in my bed, still my thoughts throng to you, my immortal Beloved!--now and then full of joy, and yet again sad, waiting to see whether Fate will hear us.
A few days after her demise, a long, sad train wound its way to the village church yard, where we deposited the remains of our beloved,--Patience Jane Steward, in the eighteenth year of her age; and then returned to our desolate house, to realize that she had left a world of pain and sorrow, where the fairest rose conceals a thorn, the sweetest cup a bitter drop, for a home where the flowers would never fade, and where pain, sorrow and death will never come.
They did not march ahead of their beloveds waving a crook as wand of office or appealing to the esthetic sides of their ideal followers with a tabret and pipe.
On the 2d of June he wrote his last letter to his beloved,--the last lines his hand ever traced.
Let Phylaster be deep in request, my ding-a-dings, my paire of deare Indentures: King of clubs, the your cut-water- chamlets, and your painting: let not your hasty silkes, deerly belovers of Custards & Cheescakes, or your branch cloth of bodkins, or your tyffenies, your robbin-hood scarlet and Johns, tie your affections in durance to your shops, my dainty duckers, up with your three pil'd spirit's, that rightvalourous, and let your accute colours make the King to feele the measure of your mightinesse; Phylaster, cry, myrose nobles, cry.
They belonged to a family of nations which had the same natural characteristics,--love of independence, passion for war, veneration for women, and religious tendency of mind.
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and for "Law you?"--by a very slight change--"Love you?" (
CLOVES.--This very agreeable spice is the unexpanded flower-buds of the Caryophyllus aromaticus, a handsome, branching tree, a native of the Malacca Islands.
League, is distinguished from the former by the name of Cialover:A and I must here observe, that in the very centre, and most inaccessible parts of this latter district, there are some villages situated in the narrow valleys, called Rheinwald, Cepina,B &c. in which a third language is spoken, more similar to the German than to either of the above idioms, although they be neither contiguous, nor have any great intercourse with the parts where the German is used.
CHRISTIAN.--Love truly conjugial with its delights can only exist among those who are of the Christian church, 337.
THE CLOVE.--The clove-tree is a native of the Molucca Islands, particularly Amboyna, and attains the height of a laurel-tree, and no verdure is ever seen under it.
I come and complain to you, because I have nowhere else to go, that I love a woman that belongs to somebody else,--love her to distraction,--oh, Aniela!--and without limit!"
So she satisfied her conscience;--love will not calculate coldly.
Her only real estate is in the moon, and the one article of her simple creed--"Love is enough."
And if She-Cuba, (Queen of the Antilles, you know,) why not also He-Cuba?--lovely and preposterous woman, who, from her eagerness to slip on certain habiliments that are masculine, but shall here be nameless, shall henceforth be appropriately distinguished by that name.
Her story had been immortalized by the greatest of poets,--for the old Latin tutor clove to "Virgilius Maro," as he called him, as closely as ever Dante did in his memorable journey.
I must go thither and be alone with God") and to unique Clovelly and Bideford (Kingsley), by rail to Ilfracombe, by coach to Lynton (Lorna Doone), and the adjacent Lynmouth (where Shelley passed some of his happiest days and alarmed the authorities by setting afloat bottles containing his Declaration of Rights), by coach to Minehead, by rail to Watchet, driving past Alfoxden (Wordsworth) to Nether-Stowey (Coleridge) and the Quantock Hills, by motor and rail to Glastonbury (Isle of Avalon, burial place of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere), by rail to Wells (cathedral), to Bath (many literary associations), to Bristol (Chatterton, Southey), to Gloucester (fine cathedral, tomb of Edward II), and to Ross, the starting point for a remarkable all day's row down the river Wye to Tintern Abbey (Wordsworth), stopping for dinner at Monmouth (Geoffrey of Monmouth).
After this touching display of genuine American feeling, he draws the picture of a clergyman in language so opposite, that one is reminded of a certain mysterious personage, usually represented with cloven feet, and who is said to be very apt at quoting Scripture.
11:26 The carcases of every beast which divideth the hoof, and is not clovenfooted, nor cheweth the cud, are unclean unto you: every one that toucheth them shall be unclean.
Here they grew more or less apart in special sheets and patches of no great size, there in broad, flowing folds hundreds of miles in length--zones of polleny forests, zones of flowery chaparral, stream-tangles of rubus and wild rose, sheets of golden composite, beds of violets, beds of mint, beds of bryanthus and clover, and so on, certain species blooming somewhere all the year round.
R117758, 22Sep53, Laura Lee Hope (A) The Bobbsey twins at Cloverbank.
Galaxies of buttercups and daisies ran along the meadows,-- Rosy flushes of red clover,--blossoming shrubs and sprouting vines; Overhead the larks were singing, heeding not the bells a-ringing,-- Little knew they of the Pasqua, or the proud Saint Peter's shrines.
The name of the place was Cloverdale, Tennessee.
Letter XVII.--Grasshoppers.--White Clover.--Domestic Arrangements of two unmarried Ladies.--Canadian French Laborers.--Quakers.--A Pretty Mantua Maker.--Anecdote told by a Quakeress.--Walpole.--Keene.--A Family of healthy young Women.
MD; +clavyr+, S3; +clovere+, Voc.--AS.
R103716, 5Dec52, Roger Adams (PWH) ORTON, HELEN (FULLER) Summer at Cloverfield Farm, with illus.
CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT, otherwise "Uncle Christopher," is the consequential oracle of the neighborhood, and the father of six daughters, in Clovernook, by Alice Cary (1851).