Savaroff is a German Pole--his real name is Vassiloff.
Fragment of another letter from Colonel Verhoffsky to his fiancee, written six months after the preceding.
The reader may with advantage refer, on this subject, to a pamphlet by Professor Vinogradoff, Russia: the Psychology of a Nation (Oxford, 1914).
Indeed O'Brien made it very plain that the defendant had been guilty of a very grievous--he pronounced it "gree-vious"--offense in forcing his way into another man's private house.
Certainly none in those sad visages--'Offas, non facies,' as old Ammianus Marcellinus has it.
Assisted by Dobrina, the uncle of the "Great Prince," who had long governed in Novgorod, the new bishop Joachim threw the statue of Peroun into the Volkoff, and broke down the idolatrous altars without any opposition on the part of the citizens; for they, too, like the inhabitants of Kieff, from their comparative degree of civilization and from their relations of intercourse with the Greeks, were in all probability already favorably disposed for the reception of Christianity.
I firmly believe that the saving of a large part of Antwerp, including the cathedral, was due to an American resident, Mr. Charles Whithoff, who, recognizing the extreme peril in which the city stood, hurried to the Hotel de Ville and suggested to the German military authorities that they should prevent the spread of flames by dynamiting the adjacent buildings.
He elaborated on the discoveries and experiments of Professor Leonard Huxley in England with thyroid gland injections, of Voronoff in France with the grafting of interstitial glands of monkeys, and of Eugen Steinach in Austria and Roux in Germany, with germ glands and X-rays.
But the most mysterious part of the matter is, that this editorial Frenchman actually published this false news upon the doubly dubious authority of the Chevalier WICKOFF!
Pshaw!--one might as well ask what business Colorado JEWETT has to meddle with everybody's affairs, or GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN, or PAUL PRY, or WIKOFF.
--Th' Archangel soon drew nigh, Not in his Shape Celestial; but as Man Clad to meet Man: over his lucid Arms A Military Vest of Purple flow'd, Livelier than Meliboean, or the Grain Of Sarra, worn by Kings and Heroes old, In time of Truce: Iris had dipt the Wooff: His starry Helm, unbuckled, shew'd him prime In Manhood where Youth ended; by his side, As in a glistring Zodiack, hung the Sword, Satan's dire dread, and in his Hand the Spear.
Footnote A: Davies, in his "Life of Garrick," says of Peg Woffington that "in Mrs. Day, in the 'Committee,' she made no scruple to disguise her beautiful countenance by drawing on it the lines of deformity and the wrinkles of old age, and to put on the tawdry habilaments and vulgar manners of an old hypocritical city vixen."
His maiden effort in stage literature, "The Ladies' Battle," was produced in 1851; but it was not until November, 1852, with the appearance of "Masks and Faces"--the story which he afterwards adapted into prose under the title of "Peg Woffington"--that Reade became famous as a playwright.
There was no nicer garden in all Surrey than Mr. Woffle's.
When Mr. Woffles heard all about it, he was very pleased, and kissed the little Woffles all round.
BANNISTER, KATE WOFFORD.
L Footnote L: Proces en Diffamation du Prince Simon Worontzoff contre le Prince Pierre Dolgornokow.
As soon as Woodroffe recognized me as a visitor he left--for Hamburg."
I was told that more than a hundred kinds of grapes are grown in the gardens of Prince Woronzoff.
Authors of new matter: Lewis Copeland & Jerome Wyckoff.
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The Yolloffes are in general handsome and their facial angle has hardly any thing of the usual deformity of the Negroes.
It is entirely of the Yoloffe race, and shews much attachment to all the ceremonies of Islamism.
This lake, which is formed, in a great measure, by the rain water of the Peninsula, contains a brackish water, which it is easy to render potable; it is inhabited by the Guesiks, or Guia-Sicks of the Yoloffes, or Black Crocodiles of Senegal; but it would be easy to destroy these animals.
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But they cannot be said to know Yermoloff at all, who judge of him only by a lifeless image.
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YOUSSOUPOFF, FELIX, PRINCE.
"Oh"--Dave circled a weary hand to the zenith--"off somewhere holy-rolling.
CLARK, R. T. Zaharoff.
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ZOFFANI, J., iv.
The grave thoughtful face of William Yule was conspicuous in the picture of a Durbar (by an Italian artist, but not Zoffany), which long hung on the walls of the Nawab's palace at Lucknow.
Dr. Zollekoffer says, that in intermittent fevers the Prussiate of iron is in its effects superior to Cinchona bark, and says it never disagrees with the stomach, or creates nausea even in the most irritable state, while bark is not unfrequently rejected; a patient will recover from the influence of intermitting and remitting fevers, in the generality of cases, in much less time than is usual in those cases in which bark is employed.
The day before the battle Gen. Zollicoffer made a speech to his troops in which he said he would take them to Indiana or go to hell himself.
"You mean the Princess Zurloff," remarked the man through his red beard.
She compelled me to remove my coat, and tea was served by a Tartar footman, whose family she explained had been serfs of the Zurloffs for three centuries, and then Elma exchanged confidences with her by means of paper and pencil.
+Þriuen+, v. to thrive, S, PP; +þryue+, PP; +þroff+, pt.
125.--Officers of the Table and of the Chamber of the Imperial Court: Cup-bearer, Cook, Barber, and Tailor, from a Picture in the "Triomphe de Maximilien T.," engraved by J. Resch, Burgmayer, and others (1512), from Drawings by Albert Durer.
16.--Offering Food to the Dead.
138.--OFF FORE-FOOT AFFECTED WITH SPECIFIC CORONITIS.
Sunday, April 29th.--Off Sardinia.--So much for my chronicle; but I write it with a certain feeling of repugnance and self-reproach.
ESCAPE (August 6, 1916.--Officer previously reported died of wounds, now reported wounded: Graves, Captain R., Royal Welch Fusiliers.)