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follow two and a half lines, spoken by Vandort, and a speech of Barnavelt's, twenty-four lines long.
The inscription on the top (a happy inspiration of the husband of Mademoiselle Varicourt), contains these simple words: 'Mon coeur est ici; et mon esprit est partout.'
Vart Land, another conservative paper, edited by Professor Gustaf Torelius, an eminent author and scholar, is an organ of the Swedish state church, and on that account is taken by every Lutheran clergyman and active layman in the kingdom.
NARRATIVE, &c. &c. On the 17th of June, 1816, at seven in the morning, the expedition for Senegal sailed from the roads of the Island of Aix, under the command of Captain Chaumareys; the vessels composing it were the Medusa frigate of 44 guns, Captain Chaumareys; the Echo corvette, Captain Cornet de Venancourt; the flute La Loire, commanded by Lieutenant Giquel Destouches; and the Argus brig, commanded by Lieutenant Parnajon.
Cy finist le livre des Echez et l'Ordre de Chevalerie, translate de latin en francois, imprime nouvellement a Paris; et fut acheve le vendredy, VI'e jour de septembre, l'an MVC et IIII, pour Anthoine Verart, libraire jure en l'universite de Paris, demourant a Paris, a l'imaige Sainct Jehan l'evangeliste, devant la rue neufve Nostre Dame, &c. Folio, 102 leaves.
Tractat van den Tydverdryf der Edele Heeren ende Vrouwen, genoemt dat scaekspel, verciert met veele schoone historien (Ends:) Int iaer ons heren M.CCCC.LXXXIII.
Dieser Mann soll nun durch Belgrader Polizeiorgane, welche ihn unmittelbar vor Betreten des Konsulats aus nichtigen Gruenden verhafteten, an der Erstattung der Meldung verhindert worden sein.
Then he springs upon the bench (outside the lower window) and gives JAN into the arms of VERONIKA.--KURT and ANSELM how their heads.
PUNCTUATION, ORTHOEPY sic--KTH, FIGURES, and VERSIFICATION."--Hart cor.
The naked cherubs in the park basins stood knee-deep in ice, skaters skimmed the smooth surface of the canal beyond the tapis vert, and in a twinkling Versailles became a town peopled by gnomes and brownies whose faces peeped quaintly from within conical hoods.
Friede ernaehrt, unfriede verzehrt." "
The traditions of Mr. Viancourt, one of the oldest French residents of Point St. Ignace, who visited the office (24th April), relate that he was born the year Montreal was taken, 1759.
It would be a tempting theme of speculation to follow in the imagination the probable progress of a Greek, instead of a Roman Renaissance, into such active, but misguided schools as those of Rouen and Tours in the latter part of the fifteenth century,--of Rouen, with its Roger Arge, its brothers Leroux, who built the old and famous Hotel Bourgtheroulde there, its Pierre de Saulbeaux, and all that legion of architects and builders who were employed by the Cardinal Amboise in his castle of Gaillon,--of Tours, with its Pierre Valence, its Francois Marchant, its Viart and Colin Byart, out of whose rich and picturesque craft-spirit arose the quaint fancies of the palaces of Blois and Chambord, and the playfulness of many an old Flemish house-front.
Metternich himself, in the person of Mr. HENRY VIBART, seemed hardly sinister, enough for the part he had to play in keeping the Eaglet under the talons of the "two-headed fowl."
Dont se leve le viellart du lit ou il gesoit, et leur dist, 'Hostez vos vestemens et vos chauces.'
67'b), ghebruyken Amen In iaer ons heren dusent vierhondert ende neghentseuentich.
Vierhundert millionen Kunden.
Henri conquered his first impulse to throw himself upon the intruder, and said calmly, "You find that there is one Villacourt too many--so do I. Leave your card with my servant.
Sacrificed to Villefort's ambition, he was lodged the same night in a dungeon of the gloomy fortress-prison of the Chateau d'If, while Villefort posted to Paris to warn the king that the usurper Bonaparte was meditating a landing in France.
Only a Nurse Girl,--ALICE AYRES A Slave Trade Warrior,--SIR SAMUEL BAKER Two Working Men Heroes,--CASE AND CHEW The Commander of the Thin Red Line,--SIR COLIN CAMPBELL A Sailor Bold and True,--LORD COCHRANE A Rough Diamond that was Polished,--JOHN CASSELL "A Brave, Fearless Sort of Lass,"--GRACE DARLING A Friend of Lepers,--FATHER DAMIEN A Great Arctic Explorer,--SIR JOHN FRANKLIN A Saviour of Six,--FIREMAN FORD A Blind Helper of the Blind,--ELIZABETH GILBERT A Great Traveller in the Air,--JAMES GLAISHER The Soldier with the Magic Wand,--GENERAL GORDON "Valiant and True,"--SIR RICHARD GRENVILLE One who Left All,--BISHOP HANNINGTON A Man who Conquered Disappointments,--SIR HENRY HAVELOCK A Friend of Prisoners,--JOHN HOWARD A Hero of the Victoria Cross,--KAVANAGH The Man who Braved the Flood,--CAPTAIN LENDY A Temperance Leader,--JOSEPH LIVESEY A Great Missionary Explorer,--DAVID LIVINGSTONE From Farm Lad to Merchant Prince,--GEORGE MOORE A Man who Asked and Received,--GEORGE MUeLLER A Labourer in the Vineyard,--ROBERT MOFFAT "The Lady with the Lamp,"--FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE For England, Home, and Duty,--THE DEATH OF NELSON A Woman who Succeeded by Failure,--HARRIET NEWELL A Martyr of the South Seas,--BISHOP PATTESON "K.G. and Coster,"--LORD SHAFTESBURY A Statesman who had no Enemies,--W.H. SMITH Greater than an Archbishop,--THE REV.C. SIMEON A Soldier Missionary,--HEDLEY VICARS A Lass that Loved the Sailors,--AGNES WESTON A Great Commander on a Famous Battlefield THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON A Prince of Preachers,--JOHN WESLEY Some Children of the Kingdom The Victor, the Story of an Unknown Man A Boy Hero,--JOHN CLINTON Postscript BENEATH THE BANNER.
This was the farm of old Volkert Van Brunt, five years since, off of which he and his family had made a livelihood for more than a century, by selling milk.
Before this, as we learn from the Oesterreichischer Volkswirt (June 1916), Germany had issued other gold notes, in payment for gold from Turkey, which is retainable in Berlin till six months after the end of the war. (
Dichtungen & Vorwort von Margarete Seemann.
I.--Plan of the Federal Campaign II.--Johnston is wounded III.--Lee assigned to the Command--his Family at the White House IV.--Lee resolves to attack V.--Stuart's "Ride around McClellan" PART III.
Hollis R. Cooley, David Gans, Morris Kline & Howard E. Wahlert (A); 8Sep64; R344430.
G. Kieffer Vaughan & Mrs. W. B. Walbert (C of J. D. Vaughan); 8Feb61; R270714.
It was I who robbed my master, Mr. Wallscourt, of the silver plate for which this young man was blamed; and it was I who put the silver spoon in his pocket, in order to substantiate the charge I subsequently brought against him, and in which I was but too successful."
Lucan, in his "Pharsalia" (915-921), has enumerated some of the plants burned for the purpose of expelling serpents: "Beyond the farthest tents rich fires they build, That healthy medicinal odours yield, There foreign galbanum dissolving fries, And crackling flames from humble wallwort rise.
I bowt ewes there and t' lambs followed when they wandert back to their heaf."
How plainly one catches through the words of the last speaker an eager prescience of events to come!--the sweep of General Gough on Warlencourt and Bapaume--the French reoccupation of Peronne.
Before Justice, SHALLOW'S house Enter SHALLOW and SILENCE, meeting; MOULDY, SHADOW, WART, FEEBLE, BULLCALF, and servants behind SHALLOW.
Just in case there was a leak somewhere-and apparently there was!-Robert made a fuss about wanting to offer his freighters to convey the probes to the deployment site.
All had abandoned it, save a guard, who lay stretched at the gate of the waterport, like a grim watch-dog.
There were one or two university dons, Lord George Fester, the racing man, Panmure, the artist, two or three big City men, Weston Massinghay and another prominent Liberal whose name I can't remember, the three men Tarvrille had promised and Esmeer, Lord Wrassleton, Waulsort, the member for Monckton, Neal and several others.
MRS PETERS: (in a whisper) When I was a girl--my kitten--there was a boy took a hatchet, and before my eyes--and before I could get there--(covers her face an instant) If they hadn't held me back I would have--(catches herself, looks upstairs where steps are heard, falters weakly)--hurt him.
And I what thou weart borne too, that's a halter.
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* * * * * The Weedsport Advertiser (an American Journal) relates an incident which had just occurred in the town of Cato, Cross Lake.
Finding her wholly uncontrollable, we exchanged her for another, with which we were furnished by our friend Mr. Boone of Westport, a grandson of Daniel Boone, the pioneer.
I took lodgings in Charles Street, Middlesex Hospital, near Wehnert, and worked hard.
WEIGERT, DORIT K. Iridor complete candy making course.
A young probationer of light, Thou wert my soul, an Album bright, A spotless leaf; but thought, and care, And friend and foe, in foul or fair, Have "written strange defeatures" there; And Time with heaviest hand of all, Like that fierce writing on the wall, Hath stamp'd sad dates--he can't recal; And error gilding worst designs-- Like speckled snake that strays and shines-- Betrays his path by crooked lines; And vice hath left his ugly blot; And good resolves, a moment hot, Fairly began--but finish'd not; And fruitless, late remorse doth trace-- Like Hebrew lore a backward pace-- Her irrecoverable race.
Where the noun is the name of a person, the cases may also be distinguished by the nominative's answering to WHO, and the objective to WHOM."--Hart's Gram.,
That good lady was alone, and after a few civilities Mr. Lewisham opened his Shakespeare and read from a mark onward--that mark, by-the-bye, was in the middle of a scene--while he consumed mechanically a number of slices of bread and whort jam.
And I, who of his colour was aware, Said: "How shall I come, if thou art afraid, Who'rt wont to be a comfort to my fears?"