Att the whyche masse when the Kyng had offered and his lordes also, he sende the lorde Bemond, his chamburlen, to the Meyre, seying to him, "hit is the Kynges wille that ye and your bredurn com and offer;" and so they didde; and when masse was don, the Meyre and his peres brought on the Kynge to his chambur in lyke wyse as they fet hym, save only that the Meyre with his mase went afore the Kynge till he com withe in his chambur, his seyd bredurn abydeng atte the chambur durre till the Meyre cam ageyne.
máse, see SkD. (s.v.
maze, confusion, awild fancy, confused throng, P, S2,C. +Mased+, pp.
R121699, 3Dec53, John Masefield (A) WILDER, HARRIS HAWTHORNE.
John Masefield.--Instead of looking to the land of dreams and the misty past, like the Celtic writers, Masefield and Gibson, two younger English poets, have found in the everyday life of the present time the themes for their verse.
Hoo much am I tae be paid for this, I'll no mak' a fool o' masel', singing into that great tin tube, unless ye mak' the reason worth my while."
I've been oot on strike maself and I ken there's times when men have to strike to get their rights.
Macbeth was a Scottish comedian like masel'--that's why I'd like to play him.
a kind of drinking-cup, sometimes made of maslin, HD; +maselyn+, C2.
+A-masen+, v. to amaze, stupefy, NED; +amased+, pp.,
Fired with resentment, and willing to reap the profits of a gross imposition, this man collected, from several Latin poets, such as Masenius the jesuit, Staphorstius, a Dutch divine, Beza, and others, all such passages as bore any kind of resemblance to different places in the Paradise Lost; and these he published, from time to time, in the Gentleman's Magazine, with occasional interpolations of lines, which he himself translated from Milton.
Marvell quoted Mary of Buttermere Maseres, Baron Massinger, Philip Mathematics and Lamb Mathews, Charles, his picture Mrs. Charles, and the Lambs Mathias' Pursuits of Literature "Matter-of-lie man," Lamb as May, John William, I. "Meadows in Spring," by FitzGerald Mellish, Mr. Mellon, Harriet Merchant Taylors' epigrams Meyer, Henry, "The Young Catechist" his portrait of Lamb Milestones, Lamb on Milton, John, and Cowper Milton, John, his Defence John Lamb's portrait Lamb's gift to Wordsworth Mitchell, Thomas Mitford, Rev. John Mary Russell Monkhouse, Thomas "Monody on Chatterton" Montagu, Basil.
I arrived safely.... Massabesek Pond is very beautiful, though seen on a dull day.
Massachusettensis de conditoribus; or, The builders of the Bay Colony.
Massachusetts was the first State to respond by despatching to the front, within twenty-four hours of the publication of the call, its Sixth Regiment of Militia; the Seventh of New York started twenty-four hours later.
"--Massachusetts to Cromwell, in 1654.
I should really like to know whether any observing people living ten miles, more or less, inland from long beaches,--in such a town, for instance, as Cantabridge, in the eastern part of the Territory of the Massachusetts,-- have ever observed any such sound, and whether it was rightly accounted for as above.
Executive powers in the provisional government of Massachusetts;-- a. The foremost executive officer.
Representation of the people in the provisional government of Massachusetts:-- a. The committees of correspondence.
He had been a justice of the Superior Court of Massachusetts,--a man as well known for his intellectual fibre and sympathy with letters as for his judicial abilities.
The extent of the field which Gray's Manual covers prevents him, of course, from giving such lifelike descriptions of plants as may be found in Dr. Bigelow's "Plants of Boston and its Vicinity," or such minute word-daguerreotypes as those in Mr. Emerson's "Trees of Massachusetts,"--books which no New England student of botany can afford to be without; but, on the other hand, the description of each species, aided by typographical devices of Italics, etc.,
Church and State in Massachusetts.%--Down to the moment of their arrival in America the Puritans had not been Separatists.
In fact, from the very time that the "colonial system" was adopted by Great Britain, to secure the monopoly of the American trade, down to Washington's final victories;--from James Otis, pleading with words of flame the rights of America before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, breathing into the nation that breath of life out of which American Independence was born; down to the Declaration of Independence, first moved by a son of Massachusetts;--I often believe I read of Hungary when I read of Massachusetts.
In the southeastern corner of Massachusetts,--if you will take the trouble to follow up a railroad-track for a couple of miles and then plunge into the pine woods, you will come upon a few lonely, stunted scraps of it.
In the great capitals, as Rome, Berlin, Paris, London,--in smaller capitals, as Florence, Weimar, and Boston,--in many a village which had a charm for them, as Stratford-on-Avon, Ferney, and Concord in Massachusetts,--in the homes of wonderful suffering, as Ferrara and Haworth.--on many enchanted waters, as the Guadalquivir, the Rhine, the Tweed, the Hudson, Windermere, and Leman,--in many a monastic nook whence had issued a chronicle or history, in many a wild birthplace of a poem or romance, around many an old castle and stately ruin, in many a decayed seat of revelry and joyous repartee,--through the long list of the nurseries of genius and the laboratories of art, they wandered pensive and strangely affected.
It may safely be said that there is nor an establishment in the world better equipped for industrial and technical education than this Institute of Massachusetts.--London Building News.
MASSACHUSETTS.--Scarcely had the "Pilgrims" been half-a-dozen years in their wilderness home before they began to make what they deemed a suitable provision for the instruction of their children.
On being spoken to by the captain, she informed him that she was on her way from St. Louis to her home in Massachusetts,--that she had been fifteen days upon the journey, and had two children with her.
Compare Virginia with Massachusetts,--"The American Almanac for the year 1841, states, (page 210) there are supposed to be hardly fewer than 30,000 adult white persons in Virginia who cannot read and write!"
Disputed boundaries with both the other Colonies, and an especial and continuous feud with Massachusetts,--unruly spirits, bent upon working out all manner of impracticable theories,--the oddest and most original, as well as the most obstinate and indomitable dreamers and enthusiasts, furnished some daily nutriment to dissension with their neighbors or among themselves.
A case occurred in Williamsburgh, Massachussets, one mile south of the house of public worship, by the way-side, in July last.
"But, massa,--s'pose I deserve a thrashing?"
And we shall turn out to receive him en masse.
But the rumour was false; and after Cato had rapidly reduced the communities which had revolted for the second time and sold them -en masse- into slavery, he decreed a general disarming of the Spaniards in the Hither province, and issued orders to all the towns of the natives from the Pyrenees to the Guadalquivir to pull down their walls on one and the same day.
d to praye for hym in his masse/ as sone as the masse is doon he deliuerith hit to his ouerest or procuratour in whyche hows ben many vertuous and deuoute freris And yf that lyf were not the beste and the most holiest/ holy church wold neuer suffre hit in religion And acordynge thereto we rede in plato whiche sayth y't the cyte is well and Iustely gouernid and ordeyned in the whiche no man maye saye by right, by cuftome.
Candlemass, MD; +candel-masse+, dat.,
The condition of Prussia, then, briefly stated, when Napoleon was sent to St. Helena to meditate and die, was this: a conquering army, of which Bluecher was one of its greatest generals, had been raised by the levee en masse,--a conscription, indeed, not of peasants alone, obliged to serve for twenty years, but of the whole nation, for three years of active service; and a series of administrative reforms had been introduced and extended to every department of the State, by which greater economy and a more complete system were inaugurated, favoritism abolished, and the finances improved so as to support the government and furnish the sinews of war; while alliances were made with great Powers who hitherto had been enemies or doubtful friends.
hoped that by rapidity of movement he could enter southern Germany before the Prussian armies could be massed against him; but here he dreamed, for his forces were not ready at the time appointed, and the Prussians crossed the Rhine without obstruction.
MASSEE, MAY, tr.
It is possible the river Banjar, and the port of Masseen, otherwise called Bendermassin, or Banjar-massin, in the great island of Borneo, may be here indicated.
The Massegatae in former times, Barbiccians, and I know not what nations besides, did stifle their old men, after seventy years, to free them from those grievances incident to that age.
Traduit de l'Anglais par M. Sapia, Chef de Bataillon d'Artillerie de Marine et M. Masselin, Capitaine du Genie.
SEE Massell, James.
Miss L.F. Partridge, Holliston, Mass. " Jennie A. Ainsworth, Winter Park, Fla. " I. Mary Crane, Gilbert's Mills, N.Y. " May L. Phillips, Cannonsburg, Pa. Mrs. Clara O. Rindge, Homer, N.Y. Miss Helen M. Andrews, Massena, N.Y. " Lura Aldridge, Oak Park, Ill. " Sarah J. Elder, Melrose, Mass. " F.L. Yeomans, Danville, Ills.
Why ee'n so: and now my Lady Wormes, Chaplesse, and knockt about the Mazard Sidenote: Choples the massene with with a Sextons Spade; heere's fine Reuolution, if Sidenote: and we had wee had the tricke to see't.