Footnote 34: "Dintorno a questa (voce) vennero e fermarsi, E fero un grido di si alto suono, Che non potrebbe qui assomigliarsi; Ne io lo 'ntesi, si mi vinse il tuono."
Io non potria patire, essendo vivo, Che altri con meco amasse il viso adorno: O l'uno o l'altro al tutto sara privo Del spirto e de la dama al novo giorno; Altri mai non sapra, che questo rivo E questo bosco, ch'e quivi d'intorno, Che l'abbi rifiutata in cotal loco E in cotal tempo, che sara si poco.
Footnote 38: "Quale ne' plenilunii sereni Trivia ride tra le Ninfe eterne, Che dipingono 'l ciel per tutti i seni."
In the hopeless scattering of furniture and trunks, this picture disappeared,--no one knew whither.
He then declares that, after mature deliberation, "cassiamo, discacciamo, e togliamo" from the list of chappellary singers these three, and that they ought to be "cassati, discacciati, e tolti dalla cappella," and that after the present order they "cassino, discaccino, e tolgano."
For both had made a little discovery,--no, not a little one, the greatest and sweetest man and woman can make.
Non altrimenti Tideo si rose Le tempie a Menalippo per disdegno, Che quei faceva 'l teschio e l'altre cose.
Poi che le parve aver fatto soggiorno Quivi piu ch'a bastanza, fe' disegno Di fare in India del Catai ritorno, E Medor coronar del suo bel regno.
The Greatest of Modern Wits.---What Coleridge said of Hook.--Hook's Family.--Redeeming Points.--Versatility.--Varieties of Hoaxing.--The Black-wafered Horse.--The Berners Street Hoax.--Success of the Scheme.-- The Strop of Hunger.--Kitchen Examinations.--The Wrong House.--Angling for an Invitation.--The Hackney-coach Device.--The Plots of Hook and Mathews.--Hook's Talents as an Improvisatore.--The Gift becomes his Bane.--Hook's Novels.--College Fun.--Baiting a Proctor.--The Punning Faculty.--Official Life Opens.--Troublesome Pleasantry.--Charge of Embezzlement.--Misfortune.--Doubly Disgraced.--No Effort to remove the Stain.--Attacks on the Queen.--An Incongruous Mixture.--Specimen of the Ramsbottom Letters.--Hook's Scurrility.--Fortune and Popularity.--The End.
I was sure my late lamented friend could not have left his affairs in such utter disorder,--no schedule of property,--no statement of debts; too good a business man for that was Walter Kinloch.
Ego autem de die in diem me propono contratas seu terras accedere, in quibus mori, et viuere me dispono, si placuerit Deo meo.
That Michael Angelo was contemptuous to brother artists, is proved by what Torrigiani said to Cellini: "Aveva per usanza di uccellare tutti quelli che dissegnavano."
Magna riparia dicta Chene currit per Insulam, ministrans piscium et aquarum copiam: Istos olim Alexander rex Grecorum debellare cupiens, misit eis literas comminationis, cui inter caetera notabilia remandauerunt, nihil se habere curiosi, quod Rex tantus deberet concupiscere, nihilque ita se timere perdituros sicut pacem bonam, quam hactenus habuerunt inconcussam: sicque diuino nutu est actum vt Rex truculentus ad alia se verteret, atque in breui postmodum caderet, quia dissipat Dominus eos, qui bella volunt, et istis manet pax multa diligentibus eam.
Raro quis diuturno morbo laborat, qui non sit melancholicus, Mercurialis de affect.
Divino calore animos incendit, incensos purgat, purgatos elevat ad Deum, Deum placat, hominem Deo conciliat.
DIVI'NO LODOV'ICO, Ariosto, author of Orlando Furioso (1474-1533).
Dlno of the golden boxes.
CHARLES R. Superscription-- "Eminentissimo Domino et Consanguineo nostro, Dno Cardinali Spada."
"I d'no," said Mr. Hardwick. "
Doctor.--No, she is wearied.
Andrea Salaino, Marco d'Oggiono, Francesco Melzi, Giovanni Antonio Beltraffio, and Cesare da Sesto, are all of them skilled workmen, losing and finding their individuality, as just described, in the manner of their master.
PIPER shocked and pained The Dog!--No, no.
Footnote 35: Dolcino was a Lombard friar at the beginning of the fourteenth century, who is said to have preached a community of goods, including women, and to have pretended to a divine mission for reforming the church.
We learn, too, that Fantina's husband was MARCO BRAGADINO, and Moreta's, RANUZZO DOLFINO.
My Sundays were spent principally in taverns, playing at dominos, which then was, and still is, a favorite game in that part of the country; and, as the unsuccessful party was expected to treat, I at times ran up a bill at the bar as high as four or six dollars,--no small indebtedness for a young apprentice with no more means than I had.
The list includes, also, Domenichino, Sebastian del Piombo, Guido, Salvator Rosa, Holbein, Rubens, and Lo Spagna.
Tintoret and Domenichi'no have both made her the subject of a painting.--The Martyrdom of St. Agnes.
Yet, if it were so, why does that piece of tender, pastoral Dominichino hang still by his wall?--is the ball of his sight much more dear to him?--or what picture-dealer can talk like him?
Being driven out of my capital,' said he, 'and coming into that country of turnips, where I was adored, I seemed to be arrived in my Hanoverian dominions'--no bad hit at George II.
N. in prouincia Paduana decimo die, prout facti sibi fuir reuelatio, accepta communione, ipsoque ad Deum disponente, etiam corpore existens incolumis in Domino foeliciter requieuit: Cuius sacer obitus Domino summo Pontifici praefato sub manu Notarij publici transmittitur; qui sic scribet.
Turning over his papers he came across the old monk's song to David: "Surge meo domno dulces fac, fistula versus: David amat versus, surge fac fistula versus, David amat vates vatorum est gloria David...." The verses seemed meaningless and tame, but they awoke vague impulses in him, and, his mind filled by a dim dream of King David and Bathsheba, he opened his Bible and turned over the pages, reading a phrase here and there until he had passed from story and psalm to the Song of songs, and was finally stopped by--"I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, if ye find my beloved, that ye tell him that I am sick of love."
We passed thro' Firenzuola, a long well-built village, or rather bourg, and we brought to the night at Borgo San Donino.
We also possess two letters from Granacci which show that Bugiardini, San Gallo, Angelo di Donnino, and Jacopo l'Indaco were engaged in July.
"Can't yer stop ter kerchy, and say--Lud-o'-light 'n' massy, I donno what to tell ye ter say!"
I don'no, he looked so kind of--" "He looked like the bum he is, that's what.
There came to him a fair, silver goblet, embossed with classical figures, and bearing on a shield the graven words, Ex dono pupillorum.
He finds himself the fifth wheel of a coach; there is nothing for him to do,--no place for him at the bountiful board where others are fed.
You see they was doin' fine, and father he went off to salt for a spell, so's to see'f 'twouldn't stop a complaint he's got,--I do'no' but it's a spine in the back,--makes him kinder' faint by spells, so's he loses his conscientiousness all to once; so he left the chickens 'n' things for Melindy to boss, 'n' she got somethin' else into her head, 'n' she left the door open one night, and them ten turkeys they up and run away, I'xpect they took to the woods, 'fore Melindy brought to mind how't she hadn't shut the door.
And of course he thinks I know,--and I don't,--no more than I do my great-grandmother's name, which I never did remember yet.'
Here our blessed stream rests from its rocky wanderings, all its mountaineering done,--no more foaming rock-leaping, no more wild, exulting song.
'Thy will be done;'--no, not merely 'Thy will be done;' but done 'on earth as it is in heaven;' done, not merely as the trees and the animals, the wind and clouds, do Thy will, by blindly following their natures, but done as angels and blessed spirits do it, of their own will.
With a lot of children, four to half a dozen,--no one could call that a worthless life.
M. Deageant Marechal de Schomberg Marechal d'Ornano Marquis de Bressieux M. de Rouvray Comte de Fiesque Jean Goujon Mlle.
On my left stretched the cornfield of my planting, the young corn well up, very attractive and hopeful, my really frightful scarecrow standing guard on the knoll, a wisp of straw sticking up through a hole in his hat and his crooked thumbs turned down--"No mercy."
If she had found him drooping, despairing, utterly cast down,--no hinderance then to a full utterance of the heroic purpose which death alone could dampen or defeat!
Oh, this is not the art of quarrelling--'tis poor and pitiful!--What, sir, would you restrict the noble science of debate to the mere lie?--Phaw, that's a paltry trick, that every fool could hit.--A mere Vandal could throw his gantlet, and an Iroquois knock his antagonist down.--No, sir, the art of quarrel is vast and complicated.--Months may worthily be employed in the attainment,--and the exercise affords range for the largest abilities.--To quarrel after the newest and most approved method, is the first of sciences,--the surest test of genius, and the last perfection of civil society.
"Let me think," returned the president, returning once more to the Commerce; "Dreyfus?--no--not Dreyfus--yes--no.