It was a long, tiresome walk through the outskirts of the town, where the dwelling-houses were,--long rows of two-story bricks drabbled with soot-stains.
"Goetz von Berlichingen" was soon followed by the "Sorrows of Werther,"--one of those books which, on their first appearance have taken the world by storm, and of which Mrs. Stowe's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" is the latest example.
In June of the same year (1327), a "king's letter" is given to Robert de Weryngton, authorising him and his agents to collect alms throughout the kingdom for the purpose of building a chapel on the hill where the Earl was beheaded, and praying all prelates and authorities to give him aid and heed.
And now Minna, whose housewifely meekness had endured the Wesendonck tempest and all the other multitudes of trials Wagner went through, found herself unable to endure his fidelity to his artistic ideals.
Den he is mak' dose longue voyage wes'--ver' far wes'--on dit Peace Reever.
In his trunk he found the Smith and Wesson that one of the boys in the office had given him when he left, and which he had never thought of since.
The two armies joined at Westerstretton, thence proceeded by easy marches towards Donawert, between which and Scellenberg the enemy was encamped.
Sometimes he was simply abreast of the patriotic and socially constructive British Imperialism of Breeze and Westerton.
E.M. Cravath, D.D., Nashville, Tenn. Prof. A.K. Spence, " " " H.S. Bennett, " " " F.A. Chase, " " " H.H. Wright, Oberlin, O. Rev. E.C. Stickel, " " Prof. Helen C. Morgan, Cleveland, O. Miss Anna M. Cahill, Nashville, Tenn. " Laura A. Parmelee, Toledo, O. " Anna F. Ballantine, Oberlin, O. " Mary E. Edwards, Westhampton, Mass. " Julia A. Condict, Adrian, Mich. " E.M. Clapp, East Hampton, Mass. " Jennie A. Robinson, Oberlin, O. " Sarah Bowen, Bloomington, Ind. Mrs. Lucy R. Greene, No.
Now this road I followed passes westward out of Lewes and then turns swiftly north, climbing as it goes, under the Downs beyond Offham, turning west again under Mount Harry and so on past Courthouse Farm and Plumpton church, which stands lonely in a field to the north of the road, till suddenly by Westmaston church under Ditchling Beacon it turns north again towards the Weald and enters the very notable village of Ditchling.
ab tanti excessu poetae intervallum, statua eleganti in loco celeberrimo, coenobio Westmonasteriensi, posita, regum, principum, antistitum, illustriumque Angliae virorum caemeterio, vir ornatissimus, Gulielmus Benson prosecutus est.
We have a pretty story to this purpose in Westmonasteriensis, an old writer of ours (if you will believe it) An.
Mortuus est apud Westmonasterium, annum agens quadragesimum sextum, qui fuit annus salutis humanae, 1413.
de Scudery's Amasia, John Hopkins' Amazon Queen, Weston's Amboyna, Dryden's Amory's Life of John Buncle, Thomas Anthony, Earl of Orrery's Mr. Arcadia, Sidney's Ardelia (Lady Winchilsea)'s Poems Arnauld, Antoine Arnold, Matthew Artamenes, La Calprenede's Astree, D'Urfe's d'Aurevilly, Barbey Austen, Jane Autobiography of Leigh Hunt Avison, Charles BACON, Lord Baldwin, William Ballad of the Book Hunter, Lang's Balzac, Honore de Bancroft's Sertorius Banks, Sir Joseph Barnacle Goose Tree, The Barrington, Hon.
Amongst all these personages, Miss Woodhouse walks forth, the princess paramount, superior to all her companions in wit, beauty, fortune, and accomplishments, doated upon by her father and the Westons, admired, and almost worshipped by the more humble companions of the whist table.
Secret Tribunals The Old Man of the Mountain and his Followers in Syria.--The Castle of Alamond, Paradise of Assassins.--Charlemagne the Founder of Secret Tribunals amongst the Saxons.--The Holy Vehme.--Organization of the Tribunal of the Terre Rouge, and Modes adopted in its Procedures.--Condemnations and Execution of Sentences.--The Truth respecting the Free Judges of Westphalia.--Duration and Fall of the Vehmie Tribunal.--Council of Ten, in Venice; its Code and Secret Decisions.--End of the Council of Ten.
To the shout of teamster, the yell of savage, the creaking of tented ox-cart, and the rattle of the swifter mail-coach, there go dim shapes of those who had thrilled to that call of the West;--strong, brave men with the far look in their eyes, with those magic rude tools of the pioneer, the rifle and the axe; women, too, equally heroic, of a stock, fearless, ready, and staunch, bearing their sons and daughters in fortitude; raising them to fear God, to love their country,--and to labour.
Interviewer: Miss Irene Robertson Person interviewed: Sylvester Wethington Holly Grove, Arkansas Age: 77 "I recollect seeing the Malish (Malitia) pass up and down the road.
There are, in a small, Mid-West town like Wetona, just two kinds of girls.
Where still their silver-bosom'd Nymphs abhor, 90 The blood-smear'd mansion of gigantic THOR,-- --Erst, fires volcanic in the marble womb Of cloud-wrapp'd WETTON raised the massy dome; Rocks rear'd on rocks in huge disjointed piles Form the tall turrets, and the lengthen'd ailes; Gigantic Thor.
for Oahe Indian M. ...25.00 North Weymonth.
The Whalebone Whales lead a peaceful, happy life, though not without dangers.
Dum moliuntur, dum comuntur annus est: a gardener takes not so much delight and pains in his garden, a horseman to dress his horse, scour his armour, a mariner about his ship, a merchant his shop and shop-book, as they do about their faces, and all those other parts: such setting up with corks, straightening with whalebones; why is it, but as a day-net catcheth larks, to make young men stoop unto them?
Admiral Wharton draws special attention to the fact that in the very height of the danger, Green, Charles Clerke, and Forwood, the gunner, were engaged in taking a Lunar for the longitude.
He charged her of never having forgiven Hilary for making Anna godmother of their flag, and of being in some dark league against him--"hell only knew what"--along with that snail of a cousin whom everybody but Kincaid himself and the silly old uncle knew to be the fallen man's most venomous foe.
"All what?--confound it!"
What?--On whom?--" "I said 'draft a reply' to--to this," returned the other, waving the letter.
Jest as if I wouldn't make things lighter for 'er if I could,--which I can't; jest as if, to help Miss Anthea, I wouldn't let 'em take me an'--well, never mind what,--only I would!"
And for what!--only for kissing (with passion indeed) her inimitable neck, her lips, her cheeks, her forehead, and her streaming eyes, as this assemblage of beauties offered itself at once to my ravished sight; she continuing kneeling at my feet as I sat.
What?--someone will answer--Do you suppose that I will not say what I choose, and that I dare not speak my own mind to any man?
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In South America, from the seeds of the Victoria (Nymphaea Victoria, now Victoria Regia) a farina is made, preferred to that of the finest wheat,--Bonpland even suggesting to our reluctant imagination Victoria-pies.
I was holding my horse to graze when Gen. Wheaton's orderly came to me and stated that the General wanted to see me at his tent.
Water telescope (see also Fluid telescope) Watson Waves (see Tides) Webster, M.P. for Aberdeen Western Westminster clock (see also Clocks) Wexford harbour (see Harbours) Wheatstone Whewell, William White House, the, Wigram, pupil Williams, John Williamson, pupil Williamstown Observatory Wilson, Prof. Winchester Winds (see Meteorology) Winning Wood, Sir Charles Wood, Dr Woodbridge, Suffolk Woodhouse, Prof. Woolwich Academy (see Examinations) Wordsworth, Dr, Master of Trin.
"--Other reminiscences.--Inaction in Congress.--Flattering letter of F.O.J. Smith.--Letter to Smith urging action.--Gonon and Wheatstone.-- Temptation to abandon enterprise.--Partners all financially crippled.-- Morse alone doing any work.--Encouraging letter from Professor Henry.-- Renewed enthusiasm.--Letter to Hon.
"--Professor E.N. Hereford's paper.--Arrival in New York.-- Testimony of his brothers.--First steps toward perfection of the invention.--Letters to Fenimore Cooper CHAPTER XXII 1833--1836 Still painting.--Thoughts on art.--Picture of the Louvre.--Rejection as painter of one of the pictures in the Capitol.--John Quincy Adams.--James Fenimore Cooper's article.--Death blow to his artistic ambition.-- Washington Allston's letter.--Commission by fellow artists.--Definite abandonment of art.--Repayment of money advanced.--Death of Lafayette.-- Religious controversies.--Appointed Professor in University of City of New York.--Description of first telegraphic instrument.--Successful experiments.--Relay.--Address in 1853 CHAPTER XXIII 1836--1837 First exhibitions of the Telegraph.--Testimony of Robert G. Rankin and Rev. Henry B. Tappan.--Cooke and Wheatstone.--Joseph Henry, Leonard D. Gale, and Alfred Vail.--Professor Gale's testimony.--Professor Henry's discoveries.--Regrettable controversy of later years.--Professor Charles T. Jackson's claims.--Alfred Vail.--Contract of September 23, 1837.--Work at Morristown, New Jersey.--The "Morse Alphabet.
The advantage Cook and Wheatstone'sBI possesses over both the former is, that it does not demand the same skilled hands to wind and adjust the machine and prepare the paper; it is always ready at hand, and only needs attention at long intervals, for which reasons it is more generally employed at all minor and intermediate stations; its disadvantages are, that it does not trace the message, and consequently leaves no telegraphic record for reference, and it requires two wires, while Bain's or Morse's employs but one; the intensity of the current required to work it is the same as Bain's, and rather less than Morse's.
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Thou didst swear to me upon a parcel-gilt goblet, sitting in my Dolphin chamber, at the round table, by a sea-coal fire, upon Wednesday in Wheeson week, when the Prince broke thy head for liking his father to singing-man of Windsor- thou didst swear to me then, as I was washing thy wound, to marry me and make me my lady thy wife.
We were glad when at length the green fields came again in sight, and the little village of Whelpington Knowes, with its old ivy-grown church tower, welcomed us after the lonely walk.
In the press-room (the basement) was placed a stone--a marble-top table--whereon the make-up man could take the strips of type as they came from the compositors, arrange them into pages, and "lock them up" in the forms, ready to put on the presses.
They have vanished utterly as the snow, gone--who knows where?--on the wind. "'
Whereopon she sent an vpper gowne of cloth of gold very rich, an vnder gowne of cloth of siluer, and a girdle of Turkie worke, rich and faire, with a letter of gratification, which for the rarenesse of the stile, because you may be acquainted with it, I haue at the ende of this discourse hereunto annexed, which letter and present, with one from the grand Signor, was sent by M. Edward Bushell, and M. William Aldridge ouer-land the 20 of March, who passed through Valachia and Moldauia, and so through Poland, where Michael prince of Valachia, and Aron Voiuoda prince of Moldauia receiuing letters from the ambassador, entertained them with al curtesie, through whose meanes by the great fauour which his lordship had with the grand Signior, they had not long before both of them bene aduanced to their princely dignities.
Whereupon, having cut the ground from under their feet, he turned decisively, and stirred the mush-pot with a magnificent air and a newly-whittled birch stick.
Can any one suppose that this population on its banks can be severed by a line that divides them from the territory of a foreign and alien government, down somewhere,--the Lord knows where,--upon the lower branches of the Mississippi?
Whereupon- Methinks I see him now- POSTHUMUS.
Then mysser-like I sought to ope the myne And fynde the treasure, whereuppon I wanne Your inmost frendshipp, which with joy attaynd In seekinge for a sparke I found a flame, Whose rychnes made me admyratyons slave And staggerd me with wonder.