No sooner did we halt, than our foes dispersed; or, no sooner did we renew the march, than every line of wall, along our route, became a line of hostile muskets.
Some makers go a step further, and elaborate the system by the introduction of steel brushes, easily renewable.
I have been engaged in this struggle half a year and not gained anything; and I feel so weary that I prefer the truce, such as it is, to a renewal of my former warfare.
Then, were a stated mullet, according to rank or fortune, to be paid on every change, towards the exigencies of the state but none on renewals with the old lives, for the sake of encouraging constancy, especially among the minores the change would be made sufficiently difficult, and the whole public would be the better for it; while those children, which the parents could not agree about maintaining, might be considered as the children of the public, and provided for like the children of the antient Spartans; who were (as ours would in this case be) a nation of heroes.
It occurred to us, furthermore, that it is a dolorous thing to live on a lonely little island, tied up like a wart on the face of civilization,--no healthful stream of life coming and going from the great body of the main land,--the same moral air to be breathed over and over again, without renewal,--the same social elements turned and returned in one tiresome kaleidoscope.
In the last summer the first use which he had made of each successive advantage, was to renewb the offer of opening a negotiation for peace.
Now when you please condempne me: I will not use one sillable for your mercy To have mine age renewd and once againe To see a second triumph of my glories.
"His impious race their blasphemy renew'd, And nature's king through nature's optics view'd.
There is many a man whose strength is renewed like that of the wrestler of Irassa, every time his feet touch the earth.
for heroes have their fits of fear; cowards their brave moments; and virtuous women, all but my Clarissa, their moment critical-- But thus coolly enjoying the reflection in a hurricane!--Again the confusion is renewed-- What!
Other parts of the instrument have also been renewed.--As regards the reduction of the magnetical results since 1863: In the study of the forms of the individual curves; their relations to the hour, the month, the year; their connection with solar or meteorological facts; the conjectural physico-mechanical causes by which they are produced; there is much to occupy the mind.
We are largely unconscious of these spiritual ascents; they are being made by the gracious use of influences that are in our environment, that reach us through sanctified folk, and we travel on from strength to strength, and, then, perchance, in our young manhood or womanhood, there comes a crisis of revelation, and we discover that we are in such relations with God our Father, Redeemer, and Renewer as fill us with peace, create hope and conscious strength.
And ye that wont with greedy vaine desire 15 To reade my fault, and, wondring at my flame, To warme your selves at my wide sparckling fire, Sith now that heat is quenched, quench my blame, And in her ashes shrowd my dying shame; For who my passed follies now pursewes, 20 Beginnes his owne, and my old fault renewes.
Thou sendest forth thy spirit, they are created; and thou renewest the face of the earth.
"Behold me now, for I make this mighty boat to travel over the Lake of Hetep, and I brought it away with might from the palace of Shu; the domain of his stars groweth young and reneweth the strength which it had of old.
As the whole paragraph refers to Osiris "renewing himself," and to his making himself "young like unto R=a each and every day," there can be no doubt that the resurrection of the dead, that is to say, their birth into a new life, is what the writer means by the second birth of men and women.
speak again, 410 Thy soft response renewing-- What makes that ship drive on so fast?
+Renule+, v. to renew, W2; see +Renewlen+.
+Renewlen+, v. to renew, W; +renule+, W2; +renewlid+, pp.,
Each one of you is Man;--not flesh that rots in the tomb, but the blazing fire of life which purifies corruption and renews long-dead corpses, the flame ever new and young which circles the earth with its burning arms.
Dayly when I do seeke and sew for peace, And hostages doe offer for ray truth, She, cruell warriour, doth her selfe addresse To battell, and the weary war renew'th; Ne wilbe moov'd, with reason or with rewth*, To graunt small respit to my restlesse toile; But greedily her fell intent poursewth, Of my poore life to make unpittied spoile.
It is astonishing to look over his published sermons and addresses, and see under how many different names the same stirring speech has been reprinted;--new illustrations, new statistics, and all remoulded with such freshness that the hearer had no suspicions, nor the speaker either,--and yet the same essential thing.
Nay do not thinke I flatter: For what aduancement may I hope from thee, That no Reuennew hast, but thy good spirits To feed and cloath thee.
In th'one scale put the worth of Lentulus, His state, his honors, and his revenewes; Against that heavy waite put povertie, The poore and naked name of Cicero, A partner of unregarded Orators; Then shall you see with what celeritie One title of his worth will soone pull up Poore Tullies dignitie.
"The selectmen were at the bat next and the main guy of that informed father that I would have to be put under bond to keep the peace, as my actions of yesterday in drinking the champagne wine had caused nine of the village near-sports to get stewed on Rhinewine and seltzer, and to please let them have the money now, as they had to pay the mayor's salary to-morrow.
OPINION IN GERMANY German "Romanticism"--New Ambitions.
Of the father Johnson said:--'Newbery is an extraordinary man, for I know not whether he has read or written most books.'
H'm," he would say--"new to me.
Give me back my loaf, I say!"--New London Literary Gazette.
Scattering.--New Hampshire, Chase 1, Fremont 1; Vermont, Collamer 10; Rhode Island, Bates 1, McLean 5, Reed 1, Chase 1; Connecticut, Wade 1, Bates 7, Chase 2; New Jersey, Dayton 14; Pennsylvania, Cameron 47-1/2, McLean 1; Maryland, Bates 8; Delaware, Bates 6; Virginia, Cameron 1; Kentucky, Wade 2, McLean 1, Chase 8, Sumner 1; Ohio, McLean 4, Chase 34; Missouri, Bates 18; Texas, Bates 2; Iowa, Cameron 1, Bates 1, McLean 1, Chase 1; Oregon, Bates 5; Nebraska, Cameron 1, Chase 2.--Totals, for Bates, 48; for Cameron, 50-1/2; for McLean, 12; for Chase, 49; for Wade, 3; for Dayton, 14; for Reed, 1; for Collamer, 10; for Sumner, 1; for Fremont, 1.
His "Pierre" Venice Preserved, Otway is more soldierly than Kemble's; his "Chamont" is full of brotherly pride, noble impetuosity, and heroic scorn.--New Monthly Magazine (1822).
ings of the planters and others.--Report laid on the table of the House of Commons.--Introduction of the question, and debate there; twelve propositions deduced from the report and reserved for future discussion; day of discussion arrives; opponents refuse to argue from the report; require new evidence; this granted and introduced; further consideration of the subject deferred to the next session.--Renewal of Sir William Dolben's bill.--Death and character of Ramsay.
The Essays of George Eliot, collected by Nathan Sheppard,--New York, Funk & Wagnalls,--contains Carlyle's Life of Sterling, Woman in France, Evangelical Teaching, German Wit, Natural History of German Life, Silly Novels by Lady Novelists, Worldliness and other-Worldliness, The Influence of Rationalism, The Grammar of Ornament, Felix Holt's Address to Workingmen.
He said, 'It is wonderful to think that all the force of government was required to prevent Wilkes from being chosen the chief magistrate of London, though the liverymen knew he would rob their shops,--knew he would debauch their daughters.'
He gripped Piers' arms tightly, feeling the vitality of him pulse in every sinew, every tense nerve.
I will be treble-sinew'd, hearted, breath'd, And fight maliciously.
Well, I am discovered--and thou thyself, who thoughtest to shelter under the pease-cod of initiality (a stale and shallow device), art no less dragged to light--Thy slender anatomy--thy skeletonian D---- fleshed and sinewed out to the plump expansion of six characters--thy tuneful genealogy deduced-- By the way, what a name is Timothy!
Oh limed soule, that strugling to be free, Art more ingag'd: Helpe Angels, make assay: Bow stubborne knees, and heart with strings of Steele, Be soft as sinewes of the new-borne Babe, All may be well.
Coques/ and other officers for to serue hym worshipfully lyke an Emour/ and whan all this was redy/ Iosephus brought in this man that tytus hated and sette hym at the table to fore his eyen and was seruyd of yonge men wyth grete reuerence ryght cortoisly/ And whan titus behelde his enemye sette to fore hym wyth so grete honour/ He began to chauffe hym self by grete felonnye And comanded his men that this man sholde be slayn/ And whan he sawe/ that none wold obeye hym But that they all way seruyd hym reuerently/ he waxe so ardante/ and enbrasid wyth so grete yre/ that he that had lost alle the force and strengthe of his body and was alle Impotent in alle his membres/ Recoured the helthe agayn and strengthe of his membris/ by the hete that entryd in to the vaynes and sinewis And Iosephus dide so moche that he was recouerid and hole/ And that he helde that man no more for his enemye/ but helde hym for a verray true frende/ And afterward made hym his loyall felawe and compaignon And the espicers and Apotecayres ought to make truly suche thynges as Is comanded to them by the physicyens/ And they ought taccomplisshe theyr billis and charge curyously wyth grete dilygence/ that for none other cause they shold be ocupied but in makynge medicynes or confections truly.
The man who is willing to furnish the sinews of war has as good standing in court as the player who furnishes the base hits and the phenomenal catches.
He saw before him, not the conventional detective who might be described as a superior Robinson—not even the sinewy, sharp-eyed, and well-spoken type of man whom he had once heard giving evidence in a famous jewel-robbery case—but rather one whom he would have expected to meet in the bar of a certain well-known restaurant in Maiden Lane, a corner of old London where literally all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.
Oh fie: hold my heart; Sidenote: hold, hold my And you my sinnewes, grow not instant Old; Footnote 1: Ebony.
Some persons used the strong preterites, and some the weak,--some said snew, thew, sew, and some snowed, thawed, sowed.
s., S; +sniweþ+, SD; +snew+, pt.
Tales: "It snewed in his hous of mete and drinke, Of alle deyntees that men coud of thinke, After the sondry sesons of the yere, So changed he his mete and his soupere.
s., SD; +snewede+, C.--AS.
+Sniwen+, v. to snow; +snewen+, SD; +sniuþ+, pr.
The duke drew his sword, but mischief was prevented by the interference of the spectators,--New Parl.