SUGGESTED READINGS WITH QUESTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS The Pre-Raphaelites.--Read Rossetti's The Blessed Damozel, Sister Helen, The King's Tragedy, Love's Nocturne, and Mary's Girlhood.
He is nothing but a common, comparatively unskilled, rastreador.
He thought of the letter in his pocket, and the desire grew strong within him to read it again.
Tour in the Jereed of Captain Balfour and Mr. Reade.--Sidi Mohammed.-- Plain of Manouba.--Tunis.--Tfeefleeah.--The Bastinado.--Turkish Infantry.--Kairwan.--Sidi Amour Abeda.--Saints.--A French Spy-- Administration of Justice.--The Bey's presents.--The Hobara.--Ghafsa.
There is doubtless a misanthropic vein in all Byron's later poetry which is not wholesome for many people to read,--especially in "Manfred," one of the bitterest of his productions by reason of sorrows and disappointments and misrepresentations.
You read too fast, instead of--thou readest too fast.
Understandest thou what thou readest?"--Ib. "
He may that readeth it."
She asked me, one day, if I could lend Ellen something to read,--for she was then just about well enough to amuse herself with a book, but not strong enough to work.
readfully still figure, and sinister; a figure of stone and fire; of ice and flame.
Although he is but imperfectly acquainted with this language, though the characters are partially effaced or scarcely legible, Selkirk, by dint of patience and study, soon deciphers the following words: 'In the name of the Holy Trinity, to you who may read'--(here some words were wanting,)--'greeting.
After a journey of two days and a night the train readied Philadelphia.
But when we would consider, or make propositions about the more complex ideas, as of a MAN, VITRIOL, FORTITUDE, GLORY, we usually put the name for the idea: because the ideas these names stand for, being for the most part imperfect, confused, and undetermined, we reflect on the names themselves, because they are more clear, certain, and distinct, and readier occur to our thoughts than the pure ideas: and so we make use of these words instead of the ideas themselves, even when we would meditate and reason within ourselves, and make tacit mental propositions.
Well as them seest Our venture hath been somewhat baulk'd,--'tis not Each arrow readies swift and true the aim,-- Love having failed, we'll try the best expedient, That offers next,--what sayst thou to revenge?
The weapons of self-defense thus reserved by the thoughtful leaders were, in the course of generations, seized upon as the readiest tools of a shrewd plutocracy, which entrenched itself in power.
If justice were done to the few names--to Gildas the wise, the memorialist of his country's sufferings and censor of the nation's depravity, who appears a solitary star in the night of the sixth century--to the venerable Bede, the greatest theologian, best scholar, and only historian of the seventh--to Alcuin, the abbot of Canterbury, the luminary of the eighth--to Alfred the great, the glory of the ninth, great as a prince, and greater as a scholar, seen in the evening twilight of an age in which the clergy could not read;--if justice were done to all such, we might find something, even in these dark and rugged times, if not to soften the grimness of the portrait, at least to give greater distinctness of feature.
Give him my service; I can't tell readilly: but our friend, Dr. Passeport, with the powder, has promised me six or seven funerals this week."
The female can do this three to four times without mating with another male, although she will readily mate with a male after the laying of every batch of eggs.
"--"Readily," replied Donilla, "if that will help to heal me.
Supposing, then, you wish the plants to grow as fast as possible: how will the cutting strike and sprout, do you suppose, most readily?--after you have laid a layer of soil already worked beneath it, and it merely has to penetrate soft mould?
He replied very readily,--'O, about a year since.
They are deprived of none of their useful qualities if covered by means of a brush with the acid, which they absorb very readily.--Quarterly Journal.
He read--"I'm richer, but no shorter.
Readin', writin' and cypherin' was enough for girls to learn in my day.
I drew near and read:--"In this house of the Alighieri was born the Divine Poet!"
Set E. SEE COLEMAN, BESSIE B. The pathway to readine primer, word cards.
Howe (I pray you, sir) can that be, seeing the stake is already in the ground, the rope, the arrowes, the Archers all in a readines, and heere I am come for him." (
In this letter the society congratulated the committee in London on its formation, and professed its readiness to co-operate in any way in which it could me made useful.
those madmen With their improvident over-readiness-- cruel game is Fortune playing with me.
As the pressure made by France was the most potent, the Czar in his rage ordered one of his corps d'armee to advance to the frontiers of the Danubian provinces, and another corps to hold itself in readiness,--altogether a force of one hundred and forty-four thousand men.
Having taken a "respectful or affectionate" leave of all their lunarian friends, and got every thing in readiness,--at midnight of the twentieth of August, they again entered their copper balloon, and after they had ascended until the face of the moon looked like one vast lake of melted silver, with here and there small pieces of grayish dross floating on it, Atterley reminded the Brahmin of a former promise to detail the history of his early life, to which he assented:--of this, perhaps the most interesting part of the book, to the general reader, we regret that our limits will only admit of our giving a very condensed and imperfect narrative.
Grate a Wheat-Loafe, and take as much Curd as bread, to that put eight yolks of Eggs and four whites, and beat them very well, then take a little Cream but let it be very thick, put altogether, and make them up with two handfuls of flower, the Curds must be made of new milk and whayed very dry, you must make them like little Loaves and bake them in an Oven; and being baked cut them up, and have in readinesse some sweet Butter, Sugar, Nutmeg sliced and mingled together, put it into the Loaves, and with it stir the Cream well together, then cover them again with the tops, and serve them with a little Sugar scraped on.
Frank Headley was naturally a shy man: but extreme need sometimes bestows on shyness a miraculous readiness--(else why, in the long run, do the shy men win the best wives?
And having a readiness"--or, "And holding ourselves in readiness"--or," And being in readiness--to revenge all disobedience.
If this view is correct then all finance, international and other, is organized robbery, and instead of writing and reading books about it, we ought to be putting financiers into prison and making a bonfire of their bonds and shares and stock certificates.
"--Reading by sound.-- First and second forms of alphabet CHAPTER XXIV OCTOBER 3, 1837--MAY 18, 1838 The Caveat.--Work at Morristown.--Judge Vail.--First success.--Resolution in Congress regarding telegraphs.--Morse's reply.--Illness.--Heaviness of first instruments.--Successful exhibition in Morristown.--Exhibition in New York University.--First use of Morse alphabet.--Change from first form of alphabet to present form.--Trials of an inventor.--Dr.
"Beyond my scientific reading--" "Ah!
Past the pane, the mountain spreading, Swept the sheep-bell's tinkling noise, While a girlish voice was reading,-- Somewhat low for Greek: ais and Greek: ois."
3 Dyce follows the old copies in reading:-- What a noise is in this house!
It had originated in the governor's office,--a fact which Kent had ferreted out within twenty-four hours of its first reading,--and for that reason he had procured a printed copy, searching it diligently for the hidden menace he was sure it embodied.
She read and reread a chapter, scarce thinking what she was reading,--aroused herself,--and then sat with the book in her hand in deep thought.
After the second readingb of the ordinance, they sent for the venerable prisoner to their bar, and ordered Brown, one of the managers, to recapitulate in his Footnote 1: Compare his own daily account of his trial in History, 220-421, with that part published by Prynne, under the title of Canterburies Doome, 1646; and Rushworth, v. 772.
For the rest, we can only indicate those which, in our personal judgment, seem best worth reading,--Bleak House, Dombey and Son, Our Mutual Friend, and Old Curiosity Shop,--but we are not yet far enough away from the first popular success of these works to determine their permanent value and influence.
They quickly recruited their diminished forces; the several corps under Essex, Waller, and Manchester were united; and, while the royalists marched through Whitechurch to Newbury, a more numerous army moved in a parallel direction through Basingstoke to Reading.bThere the leaders (the lord general was absent under the pretence of indisposition), hearing of reinforcements pouring into Oxford, resolved to avail themselves of their present superiority, and to attack, at the same moment, the royalist positions at Show on the eastern, and at Speen on the western side of the town.
It may be so; your lordshypp can defyne me If you would shewe your readinge or your practyse.
But some, accenting "ago" on the latter syllable, and "Either" on the former, will call "ago now" a bacchy, and "Either slept" an amphimac: because they make them such by their manner of reading.--G. B. "Edgar A. Poe, the author, died at Baltimore on Sunday" the 7th.--Daily Evening Traveller, Boston Oct. 9, 1849.
To be sure, his senior deacon, old Deacon Shearer,--who seemed to have got his Scripture-teachings out of the "Vinegar Bible," (the one where Vineyard is misprinted Vinegar, which a good many people seem to have adopted as the true reading,)--his senior deacon had called Dr. Kittredge an "infidel."
Footnote 10: The original, the Quarto reading--'my ioyes will nere begin' seems to me in itself better, and the cause of the change to be as follows.