"Well, 41 times 69"--figuring as he spoke--"make 2829; say we are 3000 miles from the equator, the nearest way we can get there.
6.--Among the degrees of comparison, some have enumerated that of equality; as when we say, "It is as sweet as honey."
6.--Arrangement of the U-shaped Tube.
6.--Hungarian Chicken Soup.
NOTE 6.--"Jongleours et entregetours de maintes plusieurs manieres de granz experimenz" (P.); "de Giuculer et de Tregiteor" (G. T.).
6.--King or Chief of Franks armed with the Seramasax, from a Miniature of the Ninth Century, drawn by H. de Vielcastel.
6.--Nothing is more important in the grammar of any language, than a knowledge of the true forms of its verbs.
7.--Concerning one of the forms of expression which Murray approves and prefers, among his corrections above, the learned doctors Lowth and Campbell appear to have formed very different opinions.
7.--Respecting mine, thine, and his, Lowth and L. Murray disagree.
freight and extra expenses, say 7s.--making 230s.
81.--Showing the Carotid Artery and Jugular Vein on the Right Side, with Some of their Main Branches. (
November 8.--Accordingly I left Delhi on November 8, my destination being Umballah, a station in the Cis-Sutlej provinces.
8.--Congress shall have power . . .
Thus the year drew to its close (8)--during its middle months took place the accession of Dionysius, the son of Hermocrates the Syracusan, to the tyranny of Syracuse; an incident itself preceded by a victory gained over the Carthaginians by the Syracusans; the reduction of Agrigentum through famine by the Carthaginians themselves; and the exodus of the Sicilian Greeks from that city.
8.--English Cream Pudding.
Monday, July 8.--Having passed our Sunday without anything remarkable, unless the catching a great number of whitings in the afternoon may be thought so, we now set sail on Monday at six o'clock, with a little variation of wind; but this was so very little, and the breeze itself so small, but the tide was our best and indeed almost our only friend.
Aug 8th.--Beating to windward with a fresh breeze off the Lizard; finding it impossible to clear the land, put about, and by three in the afternoon were safe moored in Falmouth harbour.
Tuesday, April 8th.--Congratulations to Lord ASKWITH on taking his seat in the House of Lords and condolences (in advance) to those foreign journals which will inevitably announce that the ex-PRIME MINISTER has overcome his objections to taking a peerage.
"New vision," I replied, "hath rais'd in me 8urmisings strange and anxious doubts, whereon My soul intent allows no other thought Or room or entrance.--"Hast thou seen," said he, "That old enchantress, her, whose wiles alone The spirits o'er us weep for?
9.--Among our grammarians, some of considerable note have contended, that the personal pronouns have but two cases, the nominative and the objective.
Thomas has her Troubles 8.--Trouble in the Ellis Family 9.--Breaking up 10.--Another Parting 11.--The New Home 12.--Mr.
9.--English Chocolate Pudding.
NOTE 9.--Hawking is still common in North China.
Anglo-Saxon Version of Orosius, by Alfred the Great, translated by Daines Barrington, p. 9.--Langebeck, Script.
Sunday, September 9th.--Kweiliang and Co. wanted very much to call on me yesterday, but I would not receive them.
February 9th.--Things have taken a better turn.
A.--According to experiments on the resistance of railway trains at various rates of speed, made by Mr. Gooch, of the Great Western Railway, it appears that a train weighing, with locomotive, tender, and carriages, about 100 tons, experiences, at a speed of 50 miles an hour, a resistance of about 3,000 lbs.,
A.--Adjusting the valves, so that the steam is shut off from the cylinder before the end of the stroke, whereby the residue of the stroke is left to be completed by the expanding steam.
The A.A.L.R.B.G.S.--Acting-Assistant Local Recorder of Blankets General Service, a very important Hat indeed--some time last winter paid us a visit and went away without complaint.
aangevangen in den Jaare 1660 en geendigd in den Jaare 1677, Amsterdam, 1702, p. 468; Mem.
A.--Angle iron should not be used in the construction of boilers, as in the manufacture it becomes reedy, and is apt to split up in the direction of its length: it is much the safer practice to bend the plates at the corners of the boiler; but this must be carefully done, without introducing any more sharp bends than can be avoided, and plates which require to be bent much should be of Lowmoor iron.
When one has had a nose of a particular shape for the best part of thirty years it is rather a wrench to feel that one is abandoning it for a stranger.
In the silent room, still fragrant, still echoing with her passage, he closed his book, and later his eyes, and sat with the expression of a connoisseur savoring an exquisite, a perfect impression.... * * * * * Tea that afternoon was that strangest of phenomena, a formal ceremony of civilized life performed in the abashing and disconcerting presence of naked emotion.
But not only did this special protection give the Greeks opportunity to display in Rome all their talent for abasing themselves in presence of their masters, and to demoralize even those masters by their ready servility--the decrees of the Syracusans in honour of Marcellus, after he had destroyed and plundered their city and they had complained of his conduct in these respects to the senate in vain, form one of the most scandalous pages in the far from honourable annals of Syracuse --but, in connection with the already dangerous family-politics, this patronage on the part of great houses had also its politically perilous side.
But for all the dangers and vicissitudes they underwent, she and her crew might have borne charmed lives up to within an hour of the abating of the hurricane.
MISDICEMUS THE ARTS We come from a far land-- Still wandering, roaming From people to people, From ages to ages; We are seeking a home that shall always endure-- In peaceful possession To find our expression, In stillness creating, No power abating-- Yet we still seek in vain for a dwelling secure.
Ausser dem Titelblattbildchen bringt das Buch dreizehn Abbildungen, welche die von Cessoles auf dem Schachbrett statuirten Wuerden und Gewerke darstellen."
My fourscore years' acquaintance with life has rendered me more solicitous for methods of abbreviating existence, than of prolonging it.
M. de Moret, whose impetuosity always carried him into the heart of the melee, was the first to charge the royal cavalry, among whom he created a panic which threw them into the utmost disorder; and this circumstance was no sooner ascertained by Montmorency than, abdicating his duties as a general, he dashed forward at the head of a small party to second the efforts of his friend.
"It was you who succeeded, by throwing the guard into the water, in abducting her from the castle," he remarked. "
A.--Beginning with the relative resistance of 5.5 as before, the proper ratio of pitch to diameter for that and each of the successive resistances in the case of screws with six blades, will be 1.677, 1.771, 1.891, 1.2009, 2.131, 2.262, 2.416, 2.600, 2.804; and the respective fractions of pitch will be 0.794, 0.749, 0.703, 0.661, 0.621, 0.585, 0.548, 0.515, and 0.481.
said Abel,--beginning to suspect that he was the first to bring the news of last evening's events.
issued the following notice: 'A high Bavarian officer writing from the front has informed the Muenchen-Augsburger Abendzeitung of this incident.
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On the contrary, just because the other elements are so strong that they can be trusted to take care of themselves, it is expedient to give special countenance to the intellectual habits, which alone can check and rectify the constantly aberrating tendencies of sentiment on the one side, and custom on the other.
But I am guiltie of abetting him, Contrarie to his Maiestie's Edict, And therefore death is meritorious.
They represented "how much the honor and justice of his Majesty was concerned, and how ill his Sacred Majesty would resent such horrid and detestable concealments and abettings of such traitors and regicides as they were, and asked him whether he would honor and obey the King or no in this affair, and set before him the danger which by law is incurred by any one that conceals or abets traitors; to which the Deputy Leete answered, 'We honor his Majesty, but we have tender consciences'; to which we replied, that we believed that he knew where they were, and only pretended tenderness of conscience for a refusal.... We told them that for their respect to two traitors they would do themselves injury, and possibly ruin themselves and the whole Colony of New Haven."
Aus einem revolutionaeren Komitee hervorgegangen, fonstituierte sich diese vom Belgrader Auswaertigen Amte voellig abhaengige Organisation unter Leitung von Staatsmaennern und Offizieren, darunter dem General Tantovic und dem ehemaligen Minister Ivanovic.
Geil (Ueber die Abhaengigkeit Lockes von Descartes, Strassburg, 1887, chap, iii.)