Mamma, mamma!--recall the word that you have said.'
Thus the recent discussions on the education of women recall to our remembrance the greatest woman who lived in England in the latter part of the last century,--Hannah More,--who devoted her long and prosperous and honorable life to this cause both by practical teaching and by writings which arrested the attention and called forth the admiration of the best people in Europe and America.
The thoughts and feelings these sad relics bring Back on my heart, I would not now recall:-- Since gentler ties around its pulses cling, Shall spells less hallowed hold them still in thrall!
A ruler was recallable by as many votes as the quota by which he had been elected, and the original members by as many votes in any constituency as the returning quotas in the first election.
But the blessed Agapete, Who was chief shepherd, he with warning voice To the true faith recall'd me.
As Crabbe thus recalled the scene of his own resolve, it may have struck him as a touching coincidence that it was by the Leech-pool on "the lonely moor"--though there was no "Leech-gatherer" at hand to lend him fortitude--that he resolved to encounter "Solitude, pain of heart, distress, and poverty."
They were recalled--"ben the house," to use the language of the country--by the loud tones of David Deans, and found the poor old man half frantic between grief and zealous ire against proposals to employ a lawyer on Effie's behalf, they being, all, in his opinion, carnal, crafty self-seekers.
Literally: "If thou recallest to mind what (sort of person) thou wast with me, and what I was with thee, the recollection may oppress thee still."
Aloft to yonder spheres I dare not soar, Whence sound the tidings of great joy; And yet, with this sweet strain familiar when a boy, Back it recalleth me to life once more.
After this interview the President wrote an order in about these words, which I quote from memory: "General Weitzel is authorized to permit the body calling itself the Legislature of Virginia to meet for the purpose of recalling the Virginia troops from the Confederate armies."
Sydney Smith's witty characterization of him is worth recalling:-- "I always prophesied his greatness from the first moment I saw him, then a very young and unknown man on the Northern Circuit.
In Manger's version of Arabshah's Life of Timur are several allusions of the same kind; one, a quotation from Antar, recalls the ferrum candidum of Curtius: "Albi (gladii) Indici meo in sanguine abluuntur."
He awoke to find that he had lost seventeen years of this beautiful life, seventeen years which he never could recall,--that he never could take his stand amongst men as their equal, but would always be regarded as an unhappy being meriting their pity,--much like that felt for the pains of some suffering brute.
The long lines of snow blushed with an opaline radiance against the dark-blue of the morning sky, and all the forests and fields below lay still, and cool, and dewy, lapped in dreams yet unrecalled by the fading moon.
Footnote 23: 'To the matter in hand!'--recalling the attention of Osricke to the purport of his visit.
Sir Robert Peel becomes Prime-minister.--Commercial Reforms.--Free-trade.--Religious Toleration.--Maynooth.--The Queen's University.--Post-office Regulations.--The Opening of Letters.-- Naturalization of Aliens.--Recall of Lord Ellenborough.--Reversal of the Vote on the Sugar Duties.--Refusal of the Crown to Sanction a Bill.--The Question of Increase in the Number of Spiritual Peers.--Repeal of the Corn-laws.--Revolution in France, and Agitation on the Continent.--Death of Sir Robert Peel.--Indifference of the Country to Reform.--Repeal of the Navigation Laws.--Resolutions in Favor of Free-trade.--The Great Exhibition of 1851.
Hemerecallis fulva, tawny Day-lily, at 5 and at 7--8.
I.--Recalled to Life A large cask of wine had been dropped and broken in the street.