JENNER * * * * * ESSAY ON WAR War for room required by encreased Population.--With Arts of Use and Comfort spring those of War.--Blessings of the Infant State of Society.--Peace cannot last beyond the Infancy of Society.--War defined to preserve the equilibrium of Population.--War between hords of emigrating Stranger Nations.--Invasions on account of violated Women.--Love the strongest and most natural cause of War.--Violence of conflicting Passions at sight of an Enemy.--Solitary wounded Combatant amid the Dying and Dead.--Female Friends seeking for Dead or Wounded Relatives.--Morning after the Battle--Sympathy--Compassion.--Long remembrance of the Horrors of War.--Gunpowder; it's tremendous effects.--Gunpowder, a humane discovery.--Castles &c. proofs of the continued prevalence of War.--Men quit a peaceful Country to seek War abroad.--History full of War.--Slavish Peace more cruel and more horrid than War.--Obligations of Peace to the active Virtues of War.--Havock of Peace more shocking than that of War.--War between Man and the rest of the animal Creation.--War of the Elements and natural Powers.--Recapitulation.... Conclusion.
In addition to which, if it be borne in mind, that the disease invariably attacks those who are most predisposed to engender any malady, it is not unreasonable to infer, that of those to whom it has proved mortal, many would have died within the same period, had cholera not attacked them.--Morning Herald.
But for the ordinary Roman, who possessed no sun-dial or was not within reach of one, the day fell into four convenient divisions, as with us it falls into three,--morning, afternoon, and evening.
"It is asserted, on the authority of an American Newspaper, that the daughter of Thomas Jefferson, late President of the United States, was sold at New Orleans for $1,000."--Morning Chronicle.
August 2.--Morning broke without any cessation in the firing; and it was not till ten o'clock that the rebels, seeing how futile were all efforts, began to retire.
Eggs.--The duty paid on eggs imported at Ramsgate within the last three months, exceeds the sum of 2,000l.--(Morning Herald.)
Whomsoever will, let him come"--MORNING STAR: Lib.,
--Chalons.--Lyons.--Valley of the Rhine.--Avignon.--Marseilles; its growth and prosperity.--Banking in France.--Journey along the Mediterranean.-- American and European Institutions Letter III.--Tuscan Scenery and Climate.--Florence in Autumn.-- Deformities of Cultivation.--Exhibition of the Academy of the Fine Arts.--Respect of the Italians for Works of Art Letter IV.--A Day in Florence.--Bustle and Animation of the Place.--Sights seen on the Bridges.--Morning in Florence.--Brethren of Mercy.--Drive on the Cascine.--Evening in Florence.--Anecdote of the Passport System.--Mildness of the Climate of Pisa Letter V.--Practices of the Italian Courts.--Mildness of the Penal Code in Tuscany.--A Royal Murderer.--Ceremonies on the Birth of an Heir to the Dukedom of Tuscany.--Wealth of the Grand Duke Letter VI.--Venice.--Its peculiar Architecture.--Arsenal and Navy Yard.--The Lagoons.--Ceneda.--Serravalle.--Lago Morto.--Alpine Scenery.--A June Snow-Storm in the Tyrol.--Splendor of the Scenery in the Sunshine.--Landro.--A Tyrolese Holiday.--Devotional Character of the People.--Numerous Chapels.--Sterzing.--Bruneck.--The Brenner.--Innsbruck.
Morning was dawning over the vessel's side, a dream of rosy lustre sifting through the purple and pearly mist, behind which the stars grew large and lost while it moved away to the west in one great cloud, and out of which the river gleamed as if just newly rolled from its everlasting fountains,--morning was dawning with the sweet freshness of its fragrant airs stealing from warm low fields, when Andrew once more lifted his eyes only to find that tranquil face above him still, that happy heart still beating beneath his pillowed head. "
Pray you, make haste, the meat stays for us, and our stomach's ready for the meat; for believe this-- Drink makes men hungry, or it makes them lie, And he that's drunk o'er night, i'th'morning's dry: Seen and approved.
De soir fontaines, de matin montaignes," says the old French proverb,--Morning for labor, evening for repose.
Should we not exult in the consideration, that we, the inhabitants of a small island, at the extremity of the globe, almost at its north pole, were become the morningstar to enlighten the nations of the earth, and to conduct them out of the shades of darkness into the realms of light; thus exhibiting to an astonished and an admiring world the blessings of a free constitution?
It was about my usual time, four o'clock, the next morning,--Sunday, September 6,--that I opened my blinds.
During the early morning,--that is, till Mr. Bolton should have gone into Cambridge,--not a word should be said about the marriage.
"Do you mean that you defy me as you did your Aunt Jane this morning?--that you refuse to go back to school?"
He promised, however, to come back next morning.----That day he was obliged to stay at home till about three o'clock, arranging and burning papers.
what might it be this morning,--the pitchfork--the scythe, or the plough?"
they get it this morning,--them tarnation Hessian niggers!'
When they were all at the dinner-table that night,--mother and father and girls and the three boys who had just come up from their boarding-school that very morning,--this telegram was brought in from Uncle Tom,-- "Thanks for word of Ally's safety.
Burr interrupted the conversation to pay them the compliments of the morning,--to inquire for their health, and hope they suffered no inconvenience from their night-ride from the party; then, seeing the Doctor still looking eager to go on, he contrived with gentle dexterity to tie again the broken thread of conversation.
I started life as Philip Merton Ware the day I took these rooms, and if the time should come," he went on, "that any one seriously set about the task of finding out exactly who I was before I was Merton Ware, you and I might as well take that little journey--was it to the Hudson, you said, on a foggy morning?--together."
With these views, I respectfully submit to the clergymen of the new churches to pursue the course which receives such universal approbation in St. James's Chapel, Mornington-place, Hampstead-road.
The streets were already alive with the traffic of the early morning,--vegetable carts drawn by dogs, servants going to market, and laborers to their work.
Saturday, September 17, morning.--We were awakened before daylight this morning by loud roaring sounds proceeding from the hot springs close by our camp, some of which were in violent action, though entirely quiescent yesterday.
But General Walker followed his own head; and, after making our report, we saw no stir, and heard nothing until morning,--when it was known that the enemy were all moved into San Jorge, with only some two miles' space between us.
The hills where autumn pours her ruddy sunshine upon lordly pines--rather call them palms!--shooting their slender swaying trunks into the golden sea of morning, and, far up above, waving their emerald plumes in the laughing wind;--where the sward is fresh and dewy in the shivering delicious hunter's morning!--where the arrow-wood and dogwood cluster crimson berries, and the maple, alder tree and tulip, burn away--setting the dewy copse on fire with splendor!
And this morning,--Easter morning,--while the streets were thronged with people, And all Rome moved toward the Apostle's temple by the usual way, I strolled by the fields and hedges,--stopping now to view the landscape, Now to sketch the lazy cattle in the April grass that lay.
This was all that could be called a repetition; for in place of going for the porridge goblet, she went direct for the tea-kettle, into which she poured a sufficient quantity of water, saying the while to herself, "Tammas maun hae his tea breakfast on Sabbath morning"--words which Thomas, as he now lay quaking in bed, knew very well he had heard before many a time and oft.
Well, this morning,--you must not scold me, Cesar, for I have wept enough for my carelessness, and as I write am trembling all over like a leaf,--this morning, I went into the snail-room as usual, opened the boxes, noted how well all six looked, and then, going to the window, stood there for some minutes, looking out at the people across the way preparing for the illumination to-night, (for we are going to have peace at last, and every one is so rejoiced!)
Sunday Morning.--You cannot surely mean to degrade the Joan of Arc into a pot-girl.
Sir M.E. Grant Duff has written an Introduction, in which he suggests how the simple villagers can be benefited by their European neighbours.--Morning Post (London).
We drilled morning, noon, and evening, almost hourly, in the pretty square east of the building.
An you take leave till to-morrow morning- CRESSIDA.
I came in the early morning--" "Why, it is morning now.
And in the morning---- It was as she expected.
"We walked forty kilometres that night and in the morning-------" On the balcony of some one's summer-house, now turned into a hospital, four Belgian soldiers, one with his head bandaged, are playing cards-- jolly, blond youngsters, caps rakishly tipped over one ear, slamming the cards down as if that were the only thing in the world.
There he charged them pray, and rest not from prayer while a sinner In the sound of their voices denied the Friend of the sinner: "Pray till the night shall fall,--till the stars are faint in the morning,-- Yea, till the sun himself be faint in that glory and brightness, In that light which shall dawn in mercy for penitent sinners."
This is the order of the music of the morning:-- First, from the far East comes but a crooning.
~"A White Morning"~ Many a morning the trees' slim fingers Lift to the blue their frosted tips; Winter has paused beside them, passing, And blown upon them, through icy lips.
EDITORS: On your journal of this morning"-- "Eh!
In the morning--26th of May, 7 A.M.--we arrived at Lan-Tcheou.
I climbed the campanile one fine morning--417 steps from the ground--and was well repaid; but I think it is wiser to ascend the tower of the Palazzo Vecchio, because one is higher there and, since the bulk of the dome, which intrudes from the campanile, is avoided, one has a better all-round view.
On the last night of his life he slept soundly about four hours, and early in the morninga awakened Herbert, who lay on a pallet by his bed-side.
His letters are full of little domestic joys, such as a ball lasting from six o'clock in the evening until seven in the morning,--a game of skittles of which Constanze was especially fond,--a concert where Aloysia sang with great success an aria Mozart wrote for her,--and financial troubles of the most petty and annoying sort.
"My father got a letter this morning,"--a mail had just arrived; it brought no smile or tear for me,--no parallelogram of tragedy or comedy in stationery,--"such a pleasant one, from my uncle Miguel, at Florence, in Italy, you know.
Bankruptcy everywhere; foul ignominy, and the abomination of desolation, in all high places: odious to look upon, as the carnage of a battle-field on the morrow morning;--a massacre not of the innocents; we cannot call it a massacre of the innocents; but a universal tumbling of Impostors and of Impostures into the street!-- Such a spectacle, can we call it joyful?
by the agitation of worldly business, he requested the members to meet him at sermon in Westminster Abbey on the following morning.a At ten the procession set out from Whitehall.