IV.--Fortune Smiles on Amelia Booth was again arrested some months later, and lodged in the bailiff's house.
ivine authority whose office it is to shape their souls to better sympathies.
The Caliph is converted, releases Polibans, and is baptised, taking the name of Bauduin, to whom he expresses his fear of the Viex de la Montagne with his Hauts-Assis, telling anew the story of the Assassin's Paradise, and so enlarges on the beauty of Ivorine that Bauduin is smitten, and his love heals his malady.
IV.--Peregrine is Left an Orphan and Marries From the University, Peregrine went on a grand tour in Europe, and was only summoned home by a letter from Lieutenant Hatchway representing the dangerous condition of the Commodore.
Grouchy, he said, was 'un inconsequent paperassier,' and General Vaillant 'un miserable ivrogne.'
ACT IV.--SCENE I. DEMETRIUS, ASPASIA, enter as talking.
Iwerne Minster, the next village on the road, possesses a very fine cruciform church of dates varying from Norman to Perpendicular, though the main structure is in the later style.
"For th'one was ravisht of his owne bondmaide, The faire Ixione captiv'd from Troy: 490 But th'other was with Thetis love assaid, Great Nereus his daughter and his ioy.
A bear seldom passes a bleeding jackpine.
He had hesitated between Jacobine and Rebecca, as being both sort of related to Isak; and at last he went to Inger and asked timidly: "What d'you think, now, of Rebecca?"
--Adapted from the Latin of Jacopone da Todi.
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SEE Breed, Charles B. BREITEL, JACQUEUNE.
multo anhelitu jactatione furentes pectus, frontem caedentes, &c. 724.
'Jamne igitur laudas quod se sapientibus unus Ridebat?'
And the light of the candles shone on the curate's fair hair, and his voice went ringing down the aisle, and Mary Jane rejoiced that he was there.
1-6, Jan.-June 1923.
Je te prie, m'enseignez; il faut que j'apprenne a parler.
Jaqueline of Luxemburg, Duchess of Bedford, had, after her husband's death, so far sacrificed her ambition to love that she espoused in second marriage Sir Richard Woodeville, a private gentleman, to whom she bore several children, and among the rest Elizabeth, who was remarkable for the grace and beauty of her person, as well as for other amiable accomplishments.
John Jardine, the police magistrate of the central town of Rockhampton, was selected to take charge, and a detachment of marines was sent out to be stationed there.
I'm Missus Jasamine Swope an' a married woman an' you'd better not try to get fresh or--" Simultaneous with Old Heck's question, Skinny, his eyes riveted on the dowdy girl, asked in a voice barely audible: "Are you--are you Carolyn June?"
Ben has a large family, like most of the Maroquine Jews; but the great attraction of his family is a most beautiful daughter, with a complexion of jasmine, and locks of the raven; a perfect Rachel in loveliness, proving fully the assertion of Ali Bey, and all other travellers in Morocco, that the fairest women in this country are the Jewesses.
JASSAGNE, FLORENTINE B. Stephanette.
And they pranced with their butterfly partners there, Coal-black maidens with pearls in their hair, Knee-skirts trimmed with the jassamine sweet, And bells on their ankles and little black feet.
questions, exercises, notes and vocabulary by Mildred Severance and Florentine B. Jassogne.
So they joined the chase and fought again at Jaulgonne, where it rained for three days and nights, and Private Cowan considered his life in danger because he caught cold; it might develop into pneumonia.
jaunisse, from jaune, gaune, yellow; Lat.
Some years ago a famous surgeon in New York removed the whole lower jawbone from a young woman, leaving the periosteum and even retaining in position the teeth by a special apparatus.
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George Faustina, Bordoni Hasse Fielding, Henry Fitzgerald, Percy Fontaine, Monsieur de la Foote, Samuel "Funeral, or Grief a la Mode, The," Steele's Funeral customs, old time Gambling women Garrick, David Garth, Dr. Genest, P. George I., King Gildon, Charles, Gossin, Jeane Catherine Gregory, Mr. Griffith, Thomas Gwyne, Nell Habits of society Halifax, Lord Haymarket Theatre, restricted to operas "Hearts, The King of," Maynwaring's Hendon, Heywoodhill Henley, Mr. Hertford, Countess of Hill, Aaron Horton, Mrs. Howard, Bronson Hoyt, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Hulet, Charles Ibsen "Inconstant, The," Farquhar's Ingolsby, General Italian opera "Jane Shore," Rowe's Jerusalem Chamber, Westminster Johnson, Dr. Samuel Johnstone, Drury Lane machinist Jones, Henry Arthur Jonson, Benjamin Keen, Theophilus Killigrew, Charles "King's Company, The" Kit-Cat Club Knight, Mrs. Knipp, Mrs. Lambro, Miss Lecouvreur, French actress Leigh, Francis Lincoln's Inn Field Theatre of 1695, re-opened "Lives of the Poets," Cibber's Lorrain, Rev. Paul Lowe, R.W. Macclesfield, Anne, 1st Countess of Macklin "Make-up," Art of Marlborough, see Churchill Master of the Revels, office of Maynwaring, Arthur, Maynwaring, Mr. (Oldfield's son) "Milk White Flag, A," Mr. Hoyt's Mills, John Misson's, Henre, "Memoirs" Mist, Nathaniel Mist's Weekly Journal Mitford, M.R. Mitre Tavern Moliere Montagu, Captain Morley's "Notes on The Spectator" Mountford, Will Mountford, Mrs., see Verbruggen Mountford, Susan Neal, Edmund, "Phaedra and Hippolitus" "Non-Juror, The," Cibber's Norris, an actor Oldfield, Captain Oldfield, Mrs. Oldfield, Anne (Nance) birth meets Farquhar introduced to Vanbrugh, joins the stage Bath debut first stage triumph Cibber's "Careless Husband" her success deportment as Sylvia in Farquhar's "Recruiting Officer" leaves Drury Lane for the Haymarket supplants Mrs. Bracegirdle salary at the Haymarket ---- and at Drury Lane as Andromache in "Distressed Mother" plays Marcia in "Cato" meets Alexander Pope tragic parts rivals produce a riot, her triumph as Jane Shore adheres to Drury Lane takes Sophonisba, praised by Thomson meridian lustre mistress of A. Maynwaring personal attractions accepts protection of Marlborough's nephew received at Court her natural children ancestress of Earls of Cadogan sympathy for Richard Savage intercedes for his life mourned by Savage contemporaries her equipage sweetness and common sense retains her bloom captivating as Lady Townley moved in polite circles ill-health, dies in Lower Grosvenor Street laid in State in the Jerusalem Chamber interred in Westminster Abbey Oldfield, Anne, elegy by Richard Savage Opera, Italian Operatic singers Oxford and the drama actors contribute to St. Mary's restoration fund Page, Francis Pepy's Diary "Perplexed Lovers, The," Centlivre's Philips, Ambrose Players in Queen Anne's time Pope, Alexander Porter, Mistress Powell, George Prince George of Denmark Pritchard, Sir William "Provoked Husband, The," Vanbrugh and Cibber's Radcliffe, Dr. "Recruiting Officer, The," Farquhar's Rich, Christopher Rich, John Rivers, Lord Rogers, Mrs. Rowe, Nicholas Russell Court Chapel Ryan, Lacy Sandridge, Dean Santlow, Hester see also Booth, Mrs. Saunders, Mistress Savage, Richard Schlegel, Augustus Wm.
SEE Pleasants, Jeanne Vidon-Varney.
Je vous y envoie.--Envoyez I send you there.--Send me m'y.--Envoies-y Jean.--Ne m'y there.--Send John there.--Don't envoie pas.
Dame Jehane had within that fortnight put aside her mourning.
of France Jehanne de Borgoigne Jerome Joab John Baptist John of Ganazath John the Monke (Giovanni Andrea) Josephus Jovinian Joy, its dangers Jherome.
Young Ned Rutledge is a perfect bob-o-lincoln,--a swallow, a sparrow, a peacock; excessively vain, excessively weak, and excessively variable and unsteady, jejune, inane, and puerile."
Let us then turn to the words which close Rusticiano's preamble (see post, p. 2):--"Lequel (Messire Marc) puis demorant en le charthre de Jene, fist retraire toutes cestes chouses a Messire Rustacians de Pise que en celle meissme charthre estoit, au tens qu'il avoit 1298 anz que Jezu eut vesqui."
And he and Sivert and Leopoldine, and Jensine the servant-maid, they were all busy now in the fields with the first lot of hay that year.
The Norwegians call a railway a jernbane, literally "an iron path."
What kind of Jesamine?
Ivy and jessamine, climbing roses, virginia-creeper, and canariensis, all helped to make the little place beautiful.
If ever I catch U On jess'mine, rosebud, or sweet P, I'll change your stinging Q. "I'll send you, like a lamb or U, Across the Atlantic C, From our delightful village Q, To distant OYE.
de Visac--the one who called me a "jeune femme"--came up, and they had a conversation.
Miss Jevne, when she deigned to notice Ray Willets at all, called her "girl," thus: "Girl, get down one of those Number Seventeens for me--with the pink ribbons."
L60,000 a year, her estimated income, besides a costly collection of jewels,--one of the most valuable in Europe,--were a great property, when few noblemen at that time had over L30,000 a year.
To cement this political alliance, Omri married his son Ahab--the heir-apparent to the throne--to a daughter of the Tyrian king, afterward so infamous as a religious fanatic and persecutor, under the name of Jezebel,--one of the worst women in history.
One of my brothers, six years older than me, come up here to Pine Bluff to jine the Yankees.
"I run away to Louisville to j'ine the Yankees one day.
But be sure ye say the sparks from Misther W.,' he sez again, 'bekase then he'll know ye're jinuine an' he'll pay ye han'some.