Soon afterwards, a disciple of Vamadeva brought a beautiful boy to the king, and said "As I was returning from a pilgrimage to Ramatirtha, I saw an old woman carrying this child, and asked her how she came to be wandering there.
If we had any trace of the palaces of the ancient Asokas and Vikramadityas of India, we should probably find that they were of the same character.
V. That no man's bed bee vnmade, nor fire or candle-box vnclean, after 8 of the clock in the morning, on paine of 1d.
How often does it occur that a passionate master, heated with wine,--mad with himself and all about him, pours out his vengeful ire on the head and back of some helpless slave, and leaves him weltering in his blood!
God has made you well,--made you after the similitude of her who sleeps underneath this sod.
If you had only come before she went"--Mademoiselle Chiron looked genuinely sorry.
Through the filtered gloom of the demi-light Orde surveyed with interest the excellent reproductions of the Old World masterpieces framed on the walls--"Madonnas" by Raphael, Murillo, and Perugino, the "Mona Lisa," and Botticelli's "Spring"--the three oil portraits occupying the large spaces; the spindle-legged chairs and tables, the tea service in the corner, the tall bronze lamp by the piano, the neat little grate-hearth, with its mantel of marble; the ormolu clock, all the decorous and decorated gentility which marked the irreproachable correctness of whoever had furnished the apartment.
The cottage where she lived was capacious enough for her wants, and though plain, even to an air of superciliousness, without, was most luxurious within,--made to use and live in; for Mr. Brown, her uncle, was an Englishman, and had never arrived at that height of Transatlantic ton which consists in shrouding and darkening all the pleasant rooms in the house, and skulking through life in the basement and attic.
Go, salute her--look how he stands now; what a sneaking thing is a Fellow who has never travel'd and seen the World!--Madam--this is a very honest Friend of mine, for all he looks so simply.
Evening meditations and morning reflections--Buffaloes, badgers, antelopes, and accidents--An old bull and the wolves--"Mad tails"--Henri floored, etc.
There is a famous answer given by John Wesley to a lady who was objecting to something about his work,--"Madam, if there were a perfect organization in the world, it would cease to be so the day that you and I entered into it."
WHITNEY NEGOTIATES VII.--JILTED VIII.--A FRIEND IN NEED IX.--THE LONG FAREWELL X.--"THROUGH LOVE FOR MY CHILDREN" XI.--"SO SENSITIVE" XII.--ARTHUR FALLS AMONG LAWYERS XIII.--BUT IS RESCUED XIV.--SIMEON XV.--EARLY ADVENTURES OF A 'PRENTICE XVI.--A CAST-OFF SLIPPER XVII.--POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE XVIII.--LOVE, THE BLUNDERER XIX.--MADELENE XX.--LORRY'S ROMANCE XXI.--HIRAM'S SON XXII.--VILLA D'ORSAY XXIII.--A STROLL IN A BYPATH XXIV.--DR.
Illustration: A BEE-KEEPER'S CABIN.--BURRIELIA (ABOVE).--MADIA (BELOW).
Long before this great work was completed,--for she worked upon it six years,--Madame de Stael visited, with Sismondi, that country which above all others is dear to the poet, the artist, and the antiquarian.
March 7th.--Madras.--Reached the anchorage at 4.30 P.M. We soon got into one of the country boats made for landing in the surf (without nails, and all the planks sewn together).
14.--Madras Baked Fish.
17.--Madras Curried Apples.
5.--Madras Stewed Chicken.
SEE Kamal, Ahmad.
Mirrors and lights and laurel wreaths with cards attached, and many photographs with huge signatures scrawled across them, and a magnificent being reading a book, while his dresser laced up some high boots he was to wear in the following act,--made Mike's first impression.
"Made them, yes,"--he paused a moment, then added,--"made them aware of your presence; aware of a force outside themselves that deliberately seeks their welfare, don't you see?"
After descending for two days journey, you come to a wide plain, at the beginning of which is a city called Adgamad or Camandu, which, in ancient times, was large and populous, but is now destroyed by the Tartars.
Of Dun Adramadio, Dun Adramadio.
He aqui el enigma que todos querian explicar y que nadie podia resolver hasta entonces, aunque se observase desde luego que la armadura del senor feudal habia desaparecido del sitio que antes ocupara, y posteriormente varios labradores hubiesen afirmado que el capitan de aquella desalmada gavilla marchaba a su frente, cubierto con una, que de no ser la misma, se le asemejaba en un todo.
He had people at dinner every night and a small reception afterward,--Madame Thiers and her sister, Mademoiselle Dosne, doing the honours for him.
Comment pouvez-vous avoir la cruaute de mettre a mort ces pauvres agneaux?--Madame, lui repondit le boucher etonne, est-ce que vous aimeriez mieux les manger vivants?"
Pero entre esta juventud brillante y deslumbradora, que los ancianos miraban desfilar con una sonrisa de gozo, sentados en los altos sitiales de alerce que rodeaban el estrado real llamaba la atencion por su belleza incomparable, una mujer aclamada reina de la hermosura en todos los torneos y las cortes de amor de la epoca, cuyos colores habian adoptado por emblema los caballeros mas valientes; cuyos encantos eran asunto de las coplas de los trovadores mas versados en la ciencia del gay saber; a la que se volvian con asombro todas las miradas; por la que suspiraban en secreto todos los corazones, alrededor de la cual se veian agruparse con afan, como vasallos humildes en torno de su senora, los mas ilustres vastagos de la nobleza toledana, reunida en el sarao de aquella noche.
Barbarous nations,--and none were, in that respect, more barbarous than our own ancestors,--made this capital blunder; the brutes, if you asked them what was the use of dinner, what it was meant for, stared at you and replied--as a horse would reply if you put the same question about his provender--that it was to give him strength for finishing his work!
Yussef conquers Seville and Almeria, sends Almoatamad to Africa, and becomes supreme ruler in Mahometan Spain.
"'And thou shalt not erect a temple to Dagon, but cut him down to the stumps,'" said Amimadab.
The plenipotentiaries from Spain were Don Henry Henriques, Don John de Cardenas, and the Doctor Maldonado; those from Portugal, Ruy de Sosa, his son Don John, and the doctor Ayres de Almada.
On which they leapt into the sea, meaning to escape to land in the almadia with the servant: But Aries Correa went immediately with some of the Portuguese mariners in a boat, and retook two of the hostages, with three or four of the Malabars belonging to the almadia: The rest of the hostages, among whom was the kutwal, got to the city.
About ten o'clock the same day, three almadias full of men came off to the ships, having some scarfs laid on their benches, as being part of our goods; and these were followed by four other almadias, one after the other.
Almadona, seventy miles north, burned at that time, and newspaper reports confounded the names."
19:25 And their border was Helkath, and Hali, and Beten, and Achshaph, 19:26 And Alammelech, and Amad, and Misheal; and reacheth to Carmel westward, and to Shihorlibnath; 19:27 And turneth toward the sunrising to Bethdagon, and reacheth to Zebulun, and to the valley of Jiphthahel toward the north side of Bethemek, and Neiel, and goeth out to Cabul on the left hand, 19:28 And Hebron, and Rehob, and Hammon, and Kanah, even unto great Zidon; 19:29 And then the coast turneth to Ramah, and to the strong city Tyre; and the coast turneth to Hosah; and the outgoings thereof are at the sea from the coast to Achzib: 19:30 Ummah also, and Aphek, and Rehob: twenty and two cities with their villages.
Lloro la vida que me huye: cuando el cielo se corona de rayos de luz, y la tierra se viste de verdura y de flores, y el viento trae perfumes y cantos de pajaros y armonias distantes, y se ama y se siente una amada ila vida es buena!--?Y por que no has de vivir?
To 121 the strongholds of the country of the Amadai, (and) the countries of Arazias (and) Kharkhar I went down.
I remember seeing a long, lank, ragged man sitting by the hearth in the cottage of an old miller not far from where I am now writing, and being told that he was a fool; and I find from the stories that my friend has gathered that he is believed to go to faery in his sleep; but whether he becomes an Amadan-na-Breena, a fool of the forth, and is attached to a household there, I cannot tell.
The countries of Elama, of Amadana, of Eltis, of Sherabili, of Likhuna, of Tirkakhuli, of Kisra, of Likhanubi, of Elula, of Khastare, of Sakhisara, of Hubira, of Miliatruni, of Sulianzi, of Nubanashe, and of Sheshe, 16 strong countries, the easy parts in my chariots, and the difficult parts in wagons of iron, I passed through; the thickets of the mountains I cut down; bridges for the passage of my troops I prepared; I crossed over the Euphrates; the King of Elammi, the King of Tunubi, the King of Tuhali, the King of Kindari, the King of Huzula, the King of Vanzamuni, the King of Andiabi, the King of Pilakinna, the King of Aturgina, the King of Kulibartzini, the King of Pinibirni, the King of Khimua, the King of Paeiteri, the King of Vairam, the King of Sururia, the King of Abaeeni, the King of Adaeeni, the King of Kirini, the King of Albaya, the King of Vagina, the King of Nazabia, the King of Amalziu, the King of Dayeni, in all 23 Kings of the countries of Nairi, in their own provinces having assembled their chariots and troops, they came to fight with me.
The cities of Umalie and Khiranu 98 powerful cities centrally situated in Adani I captured; numbers of their soldiers I slew; spoil beyond reckoning 99 I carried off; the towns I overthrew and demolished; 150 cities of their territory I burned with fire; then from Khiranu 100 I withdrew; I passed over to the environs of the land of Amadani; I went down among the cities of Dirrie, and the cities within the lands of 101 Amadani and Arquanie I burned with fire: Mallanu which is in the middle of Arquanie I took as my own possession; I withdrew from Mallanu 102 to the cities of Zamba on the sandy outskirt, which I burned with fire: I passed the river Sua, proceeding up to the Tigris whose cities 103 on those banks and on these banks of the Tigris in Arkanie to a heap I reduced: its waters overflowed all Kirkhi: my yoke they took; 104 their hostages I exacted; a Viceroy of my own I appointed over them: in the environs of the land of Amadani I arrived: at Barza-Nistun 105 To Dandamusa the fortified city of Ilani son of Zamani I drew near and laid siege to it: my warriors like birds of prey rushed upon them; 106 600 of their warriors I put to the sword and decapitated; 400 I took alive; 107 3,000 captives I brought forth; I took possession of the city for myself: the living soldiers, and heads to the city of Amidi the royal city, I sent; 108 heaps of the heads close by his great gate I piled; the living soldiers I crucified on crosses at the gates of the town; 109 inside the gates I made carnage; their forests I cut down; from Amidi I withdrew toward the environs of Kasyari; the city of Allabzie 110 to whose rocks and stones no one among the Kings my fathers had ever made approach, I penetrated; to the town of Uda the fortress of Labduri son of Dubuzi 111 I approached and besieged the city with bilsi(?)
Of the six varieties of North Carolina grapes, five were found in Tyrrel County by Amadas and Barlow.
At that time foure or fiue captaines of the army diuided the kingdome amongst themselues, and euery one of them shewed in his countrey what tyranny he could: but twelue yeeres ago the great Mogul a Moore king of Agra and Delly, forty dayes iourny within the land of Amadauar, became the gouernour of all the kingdome of Cambaia without any resistance, because he being of great power and force, deuising which way to enter the land with his people, there was not any man that would make him any resistance, although they were tyrants and a beastly people, they were soone brought vnder obedience.
As soon as she appeared, the whistling blackbird, the amadavid bird, the note of which is so soft: the cardinal, the black frigate bird, with its plumage the colour of flame, forsook their bushes; the paroquet, green as an emerald, descended from the neighbouring fan palms; the partridge ran along the grass: all advanced promiscuously towards her, like a brood of chickens: and she and Paul delighted to observe their sports, their repasts, and their loves.
distracted, mad, MD, S; +amed+, MD; +amadde+, pl.
The foppish Miss Loiter is contrasted with the well trained children of Amadea.
There were three Spanish sovereigns, Queen Isabella, her husband, Don Francois d'Assizes, and the Duc d'Aosta (King Amadee), who had reigned a few stormy months in Spain.
The name of this great master is variously written--Giovanni Antonio Amadeo, or Omodeo, or degli Amadei, or de' Madeo, or a Madeo--pointing possibly to the town Madeo as his native place.
P) VIVES, Amadeo.
SEE Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus.
D'ORME'O, prime minister of Victor, Amade'us (4 syl), and also of his son and successor Charles Emmanuel, king of Sardinia.