Oh, what a shame," reaching up successfully to the brass knocker; "but I am sure Pompey will forgive me, and you can"--stopping short as the door opened and Pompey himself stood bowing low in the hall.
Plutus in Aristop.
Footnote 6: Aristophan.
"There is a chorus in Aristophane's plays.
The great Homer himself did not disdain to sing the mighty battle of the frogs and mice; and Aristophanes gave the frogs a most important chorus in one of his comedies; moreover, calling the whole comedy "The Frogs," although he had his choice of title-names among many very notable characters--AEschylus, Euripides, Bacchus, Pluto, Proserpine, and other leaders of society.
Comedy (Prince of Ancient), Aristoph'anes (B.C. 444-380).
He was one of the most accomplished men of antiquity, or of any age,--an enlightened and curious traveller, a profound thinker; a man of universal knowledge, familiar with the whole range of literature, art, and science in his day; acquainted with all the great men of Greece and at the courts of Asiatic princes; the friend of Sophocles, of Pericles, of Thucydides, of Aspasia, of Socrates, of Damon, of Zeno, of Phidias, of Protagoras, of Euripides, of Polygnotus, of Anaxagoras, of Xenophon, of Alcibiades, of Lysias, of Aristophanes,--the most brilliant constellation of men of genius who were ever found together within the walls of a Grecian city,--respected and admired by these great lights, all of whom were inferior to him in knowledge.
And in this way he made that sort of anapaest which is called the Aristophanic anapaest.
Among the commissioners appointed were Callias the son of Hipponicus, Autocles the son of Strombichides, Demostratus the son of Aristophon, Aristocles, Cephisodotus, (2) Melanopus, and Lycaethus.
but he continues to look at IRA, who is holding the sack of com shut, as if someone may take it) Too bad--(stopped by a sign from MADELINE, not to speak of it) Well, I was saying, I have go on to Beard's Crossing.
Probably the giant salamander of modern Japan affords the best suggestion of the large and primitive salamanders of the Coal-forest, while the Caecilia--snake-like Amphibia with scaly skins, which live underground in South America--may not impossibly be degenerate survivors of the curious Aistopods.
'Oh, not very bad; because it would worry her: a slight attack.--Stop!
came derisively from the disgusted backstop. "
EPITAPH Stop, Christian passer-by!--Stop, child of God, And read with gentle breast.
Upon crossing the vestibule with his little suit-case, the portress,--a fat old crone with dusty, frizzled hair whom he had sometimes caught a glimpse of in the depths of her hall cavern,--stopped his passage.
From Chreestopher Columbus. (
* * * * * CHISTOPHER MARLOE Was bred a student in Cambridge, but there is no account extant of his family.
Not that I suppose our present Matthew then in existence, or that, if John had seen the Gospel according to Luke, the 'Christopaedia' had been already prefixed to it.
SEE Ward, Christoper, Estate of.
In Java, 1811; in Ceylon, 1815; in Buenos Ayres, 1816; in St. Helena, 1819; in Colombia, 1821; by the Congress of Chili in 1821; in Cape Colony, 1823; in Malacca, 1825; in the southern provinces of Birmah, 1826; in Bolivia, 1826; in Peru, Guatemala, and Monte Video, 1828; in Jamaica, Barbados, the Bermudas, the Bahamas, Anguilla, Mauritius, St. Christopers, Nevis, the Virgin Islands, (British), Antigua, Montserrat, Dominica, St. Vincents, Grenada, Berbice, Tobago, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Honduras, Demerara, Essequibo and the Cape of Good Hope, on the 1st of August, 1834.
He looked a moment, counted the flotilla, let the reins fall on the neck of his horse, and, turning to Christophe, exclaimed: "All France is come to Hayti; they can only come to make us slaves; and we are lost."
Oates told me that the ponies had arrived in fine order, Christopher a little done, but carrying the heaviest load.
It's five months since Dick came home, and as for Christopher--" "What swank for old Margots, now her hair is up," piped Archie. "
A cenotaph has been erected to his memory among the poets of his country in Westminster Abbey, by his eldest son, the Rev. Christopher Anstey, with the following inscription:-- M.S. Christopheri Anstey, Arm.
I am Christophero Sly; call not me 'honour' nor 'lordship.'
The King granted a charter; and the Parliament voted a very considerable sum to be obtained from the sale of lands in St. Christophers.
In 1690 he accompanied the expedition against the French in the West Indies, and fell at the head of his men in the assault of Basseterre, St. Christopher's.--Dic.
Walking about excitedly, Christopherson gloried in the sacrifice he had made.
And the landlady, presently having occasion to go upstairs, was aware of a dead silence in the room where the Christophersons were sitting.
Happy Christopher!--the darkest days of his life are past--the brightest are yet to be.
He saw eyes alight with terror and lips rolled back in agony, he saw weary hopeless flight before striding proud destruction, he saw the poor trampled mangled dead, and he shivered in his soul.... He hated Christophe and all that made Christophe; he hated pride, and then the idea came to him that it is not pride that makes Christophes but humility.
He has himself given an account of his adventures, and two of his companions, Christopho Fioravente and Nicolo di Michiel, did the same.
Christophorus a Vega, lib.
Jean Chrlstophe Antoinette.
Rock-ferns, too, are here, such as allosorus, pellaea, and cheilanthes, making handsome rosettes on the drier fissures; and the delicate maidenhair, cistoperis, and woodsia hide back in mossy grottoes, moistened by some trickling rill; and then the orange wall-flower holds up its showy panicles here and there in the sunshine, and bahia makes bosses of gold.
The Italian communities outside the Roman State issued their own coinage until they were admitted to the civitas after the Social War,--a fact which alone is sufficient to show the need of men who made it their business to know the current value of various coins in Roman money; and as Rome became involved in the affairs of the East, there were always circulating in the city the tetradrachms of Antioch and Alexandria, the Rhodian drachmas, and the cistophori of the kings of Pergamus, afterwards coined in the province of Asia.
The Watling Street or Dere Street, we have already noticed; and the chief station on it, which has also proved to be the largest in Northumberland, is Corstopitum, near Corbridge.
Cystopteris fragilis. (
Johann Ambrosius Bach, the father of "the Father of Modern Music," had a twin brother, Johann Cristoph.
55 Amph)ip)olis, a city of Macedonia, Cristopoli, or Emboli.
In 1989, there were police-sponsored boards in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, Texas, and Virginia: boards such as "Crime Bytes," "Crimestoppers," "All Points" and "Bullet-N-Board."
I had, therefore, been asleep a few minutes when I was awoke by the following dialogue:--'Stop!
Del sprang; then stopped,--even Del,--stopped ashamed, and looked back at the cripple.
One of these tears peeped over the edge of the lid until it lost its balance,--slid an inch and waited for reinforcements,--swelled again,--rolled down a little further,--stopped,--moved on,--and at last fell on the back of the Professor's hand.
"But--but how can a stroke of the pen, a mere gesture, estop a whole class of American citizens forever?"