A softly-breathing air, that no mutation Had in itself, upon the forehead smote me No heavier blow than of a gentle wind, Whereat the branches, lightly tremulous, Did all of them bow downward toward that side Where its first shadow casts the Holy Mountain; Yet not from their upright direction swayed, So that the little birds upon their tops Should leave the practice of each art of theirs; But with full ravishment the hours of prime, Singing, received they in the midst of leaves, That ever bore a burden to their rhymes, Such as from branch to branch goes gathering on Through the pine forest on the shore of Chiassi, When Eolus unlooses the Sirocco.
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To that end he is arranging that the business-premises in Kingsway now being vacated by the Government shall be filled by the Commission Internationale de Ravitaillement, that the Commission's old premises shall then be occupied by the Air Ministry, and that the Hotel Cecil shall then be restored to its original owners--unless, of course, it should be wanted by the Department lately housed in Kingsway. "
Witness the ancient limner's jest in 1570, who, being employed to decorate the gallery of the Lord Admiral Lincoln with representations of the costumes of the different nations of Europe, when he came to the English, drew a naked man, with cloth of various colours lying by him, and a pair of shears held in his hand, as in rueful suspense and hesitation; or the earlier conceit, to the same effect, of "Andrew Borde of Physicke Doctor," alias "Andreas Perforatus," who, to the first chapter of his "Boke of the Instruction of Knowledge," (1542,) prefixed a naked figure, with these lines:-- "I am an Englishman, and naked I stande here, Musing in minde what rayment I shal weare: For nowe I wil weare this, and now I will weare that-- And now I will weare I cannot telle whatt."
He seemed rayonnant.
A great many of the packs came off our horses or became loosened, necessitating frequent haltings for their readjustment.
MURRAY, ANNA M. Standards and tests for reagent and C. P. chemicals.
The realignment of nations must work to the same end.
His ideas of composition are irregular; his powers of fancy surpass those of execution; his conceptions seem to lose a portion of their value and freshness in the act of realizement.
Slow, and full of doubt, And with thin ranks, after its banner mov'd The army of Christ (which it so clearly cost To reappoint), when its imperial Head, Who reigneth ever, for the drooping host Did make provision, thorough grace alone, And not through its deserving.
He is now nominated for a reappointment to the end that he may be brought to trial before a court-martial, such a trial being solicited by him.
Why the delay of a reargument?
Monday, 15th May: Report of the rearmament of Montmartre.
He meant that the method of social reconstruction was still a riddle, that no effectual rearrangement was possible until this riddle in all its tangled aspects was solved. '
The whole descent and reascent is made quickly, quietly, and, if possible, only once.
One sees a remarkable reassortment of values.
to let Austria enter first if she will disavow the policy of reattachment--that is, being purely German, renounce against the principle of nationality, in spite of the principle of auto-decision, when she cannot live alone, to unite herself to Germany; Bulgaria and Turkey as long as they had a loyal and courteous attitude towards Greece, Rumania and Serbia.
It was not a long speech, nor was it enriched by any displays of florid rhetoric; it concerned itself exclusively with a rebutment of the arguments of the counsel for the petitioner.
Here was he, the recalcitrant, wavering on the point of playing for the school, and here was Psmith, the last person whom he would have expected to be a player, stating calmly that he had been in the running for a place in the Eton eleven.
For gain he would his God deny, His country and his King; Swear and forswear, recant and lye, Do any wicked thing.
Ex alto despicientes aliqui prae timore contremiscunt, caligant, infirmantur; sic singultus, febres, morbi comitiales quandoque sequuntur, quandoque recedunt.
But when this master of the spell, not content to have laid a soul prostrate, goes on, in his power, to inflict more bliss than lies in her capacity to receive,--impatient to overcome her "earthly" with his "heavenly,"--still pouring in, for protracted hours, fresh waves and fresh from the sea of sound, or from that inexhausted German ocean, above which, in triumphant progress, dolphin-seated, ride those Arions Haydn and Mozart, with their attendant tritons, Bach, Beethoven, and a countless tribe, whom to attempt to reckon up would but plunge me again in the deeps,--I stagger under the weight of harmony, reeling to and fro at my wit's end;--clouds, as of frankincense, oppress me--priests, altars, censers, dazzle before me--the genius of his religion hath me in her toils--a shadowy triple tiara invests the brow of my friend, late so naked, so ingenuous he is Pope, and by him sits, like as in the anomaly of dreams, a she-Pope too,--tri-coroneted like himself!--I am converted, and yet a Protestant;--at once malleus hereticorum, and myself grand heresiarch: or three heresies centre in my person:--I am Marcion, Ebion, and Cerinthus--Gog and Magog--what not?--till the coming in of the friendly supper-tray dissipates the figment, and a draught of true Lutheran beer (in which chiefly my friend shows himself no bigot) at once reconciles me to the rationalities of a purer faith; and restores to me the genuine unterrifying aspects of my pleasant-countenanced host and hostess.
NOUVELLEMENT, depuis peu; recemment.
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"--Recent decision of the New York Supreme Court.)
Then follows Dietrich's only poetic attempt, which Basnage calls a 'carmen ineptum, foolish ballad,' and most unfairly, as all readers should say, if I had any hope of doing justice in a translation to this genial fragment of an old dramatic ballad, and its simple objectivity, as of a writer so impressed (like all true Teutonic poets in those earnest days) with the pathos and greatness of his subject that he never tries to 'improve' it by reflections and preaching at his readers, but thinks it enough just to tell his story, sure that it will speak for itself to all hearts:-- Quibus valefaciens cum moerore Commisit suis fratribus natos cum uxore: Matremque deosculatos filiali more, Vix eam alloquitur cordis prae dolore, Illis mota viscera, corda tremuerunt, Dum alter in alterius colla irruerunt, Expetentes oscula, quae vix receperunt Propter multitudines, quae eos compresserunt.
Neminem hominum prohibent inter se habitare, sed indifferenter receptant, Iudaeos, Christianos, Saracenos, et homines cuiuscunque nationis, vel legis, dicentes se satis putare suum ritum non ita securum ad salutem, nisi quandoque; traherentur ad ritum magis salutarem, quem tamen determinate nunc ignorant, imo multi de nobilibus sunt iam in Christianitate baptizati.
A Pun is a sole object for reflection (vide my aids to that recessment from a savage state)--it is entire, it fills the mind: it is perfect as a Sonnet, better.
I. Nous avons connu la necessite qu'il y a d'y soutenir l'execution de l'edit du mars 1685, qui en maintenant la discipline de l'Eglise Catholique, Apostolique et Romaine, pourvoit a ce qui concerne l'etat et la qualite des Esclaves Negres, qu'on entretient dans lesdites colonies pour la culture des terres; et comme nous avons ete informes que plusieurs habitans de nos Isles de l'Amerique desirent envoyer en France quelques-uns de leur Esclaves pour les confirmer dans les Instructions et dans les Exercices de notre Religion, et pour leur faire apprendre en meme tems quelque Art et Metier dont les colonies recevroient beaucoup d'utilite par le retour de ces Esclaves; mais que les habitans craignaient que les Esclaves ne pretendent etre libres en arrivant en France, ce qui pourroit causer auxdits habitans une perte considerable, et les detourner d'un objet aussi pieux et aussi utile.
Si quelques-uns des habitans de nos colonies, ou officiers employes sur l'Etat desdites colonies, veulent amener en France avec eux des Esclaves Negres, de l'un & de l'autre sexe, en qualite de domestique ou autrement pour les fortifier davantage dans notre Religion, tant par les instructions qu'ils recevront, que par l'exemple de nos autre sujets, et pour leur faire apprendre en meme tems quelque Art et Metier, dont les colonies puissent retirer de l'utilite, par le retour de ces Esclaves, lesdits proprietaires seront tenus d'en obtenir la permission des Gouverneurs Generaux, ou Commandans dans chaque Isle, laquelle permission contiendra le nom du proprietaire, celui des Esclaves, leur age & leur signalement.--Code Noir ou Recueil d'edits, declarations, et arrets concernant des Esclaves Negres Discipline el le commerce des Esclaves Negres des isles francaises de l'Amerique (in Recueil de reglemens, edits, declarations, et arrets concernant le commerce, l'administration de la justice et la police des colonies francaises de l'Amerique et les Engages avec le Code Noir et l'addition audit Code) (Jefferson's copy).
Ita coelestia corpora pro mortalium beneficio religiones aedificant, et cum cessat influxus, cessat lex, &c. And because, according to their tenets, the world is eternal, intelligences eternal, influences of stars eternal, kingdoms, religions, alterations shall be likewise eternal, and run round after many ages; Atque iterum ad Troiam magnus mittetur Achilles; renascentur religiones, et ceremoniae, res humanae in idem recident, nihil nunc quod non olim fuit, et post saeculorum revolutiones alias est, erit, &c. idem specie, saith Vaninus, non individuo quod Plato significavit.
Et per istum modum fratres maximam multitudinem baptizant, qui cito recidiuant ad idola pecorum: qui fratres continuo quasi stent cum illis, et illos informent.
Nemo potest personam diu ferre fictam, says Seneca; ficta cito in naturam suam recidunt--no one can persevere long in a fictitious character; for nature will soon reassert itself.
Hoc melancholicis omnibus proprium, ut quas semel imaginationes valde reciperint, non facile rejiciant, sed hae etiam vel invitis semper occurrant.
Illud inquisitione dignum, cur tam falsa recipiant, habere se cornua, esse mortuos, nasutos, esse aves, &c. 2670.
SWELLITIS A certain employer of large numbers of men makes it a principle to praise none of them, not because they are undeserving, and not because he dislikes to commend, but because experience has taught him that usually the praise goes to the head of the recipient, both impairing his work and making it harder for others to associate with him.
Gratia venit ab auditu aeque ac visu et species amoris in phantasiam recipiunt sola relatione.
SOUFFLEUR, m., qui souffle les mots a une personne recitant, ou jouant en public.
No, dear, my delight is to see you gay and open and frank and manly, self-dependent, grateful for the consideration shown you, and recognizant of the constant admonition of your sagacious sister."
LES GRANDS HOMMES NE SONT PAS TOUT-PUISSANTS Les hommes celebres recoivent parfois des communications assez bizarres.
Recommencement of the Social struggle at Rome--Marius the popular hero--Incessant frontier-warfare of the Romans--The Cimbri defeat Carbo and Silanus--Caepio and 'The Gold of Tolosa'--The Cimbri defeat Scaurus and Caepio--Marius elected consul--The Cimbri march towards Spain--Their nationality--Their plan of operations--Plan of Marius--Battle of Aquae Sextiae--Battle of Vercellae CHAPTER VI.
On a motion for the recommitment of the bill, Lord Sheffield divided the House, against whose motion there was a majority of forty-two.
He concluded with advising Othello to put off his reconcilement with Cassio a little longer, and in the mean while to note with what earnestness Desdemona should intercede in his behalf; for that much would be seen in that.
With reference to the landing at Malta in 498: -Transit Melitam Romanus--insuiam integram Urit populatur vastat--rem hostium concinnat.- Lastly, as to the peace which terminated the war concerning Sicily: -Id quoque paciscunt moenia--sint Lutatium quae Reconcilient; captivos--plurimos idem Sicilienses paciscit--obsides ut reddant.- 57.
What thinkes my love of Frederickes reconcilment?
Verbo non exprimunt, nec opere, sed alta mente recondunt, et sunt viri prudentissimi, quos ego saepe novi, cum multi sint sine timore, ut qui se reges et mortuis putant, plura signa quidam habent, pauciora, majora, minora.
Francois I, en reconnaissant le pretendu criminel qu'on lui presentait, devina qu'il s'agissait de quelque beau tour.
Les hommes d'esprit reconnaissent-ils l'esprit chez les autres?--De quelle bataille est-il question dans cette anecdote?--Ou la scene se passe-t-elle?--Frederic jouissait-il de beaucoup d'estime dans sa capitale?--Avait-on ordinairement peur de lui?--Quelle rencontre a-t-il faite une fois?--Qu'est-ce qui a attire surtout l'attention du roi?--Qu'est-ce qu'il a demande a l'inconnu?--Quelle reponse spirituelle a-t-il tiree du soldat?--Comment a-t-il pris la chose,--en bonne ou en mauvaise part?
I am playne And breife with all: eather betwixt you too sic Make frendly reconsilement, and in presence Of this your brotherhood (for what is fryar But frater, and that's brother?),