There is a peninsula attached to Russia, which contains the towns of Kafa, Aknetchet, Sevastopol, and Eupatoria: it lies between the Sea of Asof and the Gulf of Perecop.
A clever man our friend Abramitch, and when you get your liberty--when you get your Mir--you must keep him in mind.
RUSCUS ACULEATUS.--Butcher's Broom, Pettigree and Pettigrue.
At the distance of three agatcha from Khounzakh, towards the west, are the ruins of an ancient Christian monastery, a lonely monument of the forgotten faith of the aborigines.
Sirloin; rump; aitch-bone these are the three divisions of the upper part of the quarter; buttock and mouse-buttock, which divide the thigh; veiny piece, joining the buttock; thick flank and thin flank (belly pieces) and leg.
1202 Andalusian Wool 1877 Anglo-Japanese Work 2506 Angola Wool 1882 Angostura Bark 719 Animals, to Stuff 2339 Annealing Glass 424 Anodyne Liniment 503 Anodynes, Properties of 855 Antacids, Nature of 773 Properties of 856 Antalkalies, Nature of 775 Properties of 857 Anthelmintics 579-580 Nature of 783 Properties of 858 Antibilious Medicines, Properties of 859 Anti-Diarrhoeal Powders 573 Antimonial Powder, Properties and Uses of 759 Antimony, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1348 Properties and Uses of 758 Antipertussal Powders 575 Antirheumatics, Properties of 860 Antiscorbutics, Properties of 861 Antiseptic, Borax as an 2311 Charcoal as an 1775 Antiseptics, Properties of 862 Antispasmodic Electuary 497 Mixture 562 Powders 574 Antispasmodics, Nature and Uses of 701 Properties of 863 Ants, to Destroy 2473 Anxiety, Effects of 920 Apartments, Brokers Entering 1508 Landlord Using Lodgers 1516 Aperient, Alterative, for Children 651 (6) Gingerbread for Children 2462 in Acute Diseases 651 (7) Infant's 657 Medicines 652-658 Pills 651 (3, 22, 24), 654 Tonic 656 Aperients, Medical Properties of 864 Spring 653 Aphides, to Destroy 283 Apoplexy, Prescription for 651 (1) Remedy for 591 Treatment of 1337 Apostrophe, Definition of 208 Apparatus to keep Bedclothes from Leg, &c 835 Apparel, Frequent Change of, Necessary 1718-1720 Appetite, How Lost and Regained 1763 Apple Bread, to Make 1020 Cake, for Children 2084 Pie 1246 Puddings 1269-1270 Sauce 2225 Sauce, why Eaten with Pork and Goose 1791 Tart, Cold, to Re-dress 1298 Water 2307 Apples, Dried 1633 for Children 474 (xxviii) in Syrup 1313, 2139 to Store 1632 with Custard 1312 Appraisement 1525 Apprentice Indentures 1453 Apricot Jam 2135 Jelly 2128 Apricots, Dried 1635 Stewed in Syrup 1314 April, Flowers for 256 Food in Season in 34 Arithmorems 51 Arnica for Bites 2433 Aromatic Mixture 557 Aromatics, Properties of 865 Arrack, Imitation 2279 Arrasene 1893 Arrowroot Blancmange 2123 Jelly 2130 Properties and Uses of 793 Arsenic, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1345 Art of being Agreeable 1981 Artichokes, to Cook 1125 to Pickle 1667, 1668 Articles of Food, Choice of 1 Artificial Manners 1982 Mushroom Beds 275 Arts of Writing and Conversation, Common Idea of 221 Asiatic Cholera 937 (ii) Asparagus Soup 1214 to Cook 1124 Assafoetida Enema 518 Uses of 705 Asterisk, Definition of 213 Asthma, Homeopathic Medicines for 931 Remedy for 2398 Symptoms of 931 Astringent Gargle 521 Pills 554 Astringents, Nature and Uses of 720 Properties of 866 Athol Brose 2283 Atmosphere, Pure, near Dwellings, Essential 915 Attenuants, Properties of 867 August, Flowers for 264 Food in Season in 38 Auxerre, Tapestry of 1921 B Backgammom, Game of 136 Bacon, to Boil 1198 to Choose 17 to Cure 1652 to Economise 1227 Minced, with Fried Eggs 1262 Rashers of, Relisching 1200 Slices of, to Dress 1199 Badminton 2768 Bagatelle 2577 French Game 2579 Old Canon Game 2580 Rules of 2578 Baking Powders 1011, 1012 Baking, Rationale of 1082 Baldness, Erasmus Wilson's Lotion for 1700 Lotion for 2421 Pomade for 1699 Remedy for 2420 Balls, Etiquette of 1937 Balsamics, Properties of 868 Banbury Cakes 2113 Meat for 2114 Bandage, Cord 831 Cravat 830 for the Belly 821 for the Chest 820 for the Foot 824 for the Hand 822 for the Head 823 for Inflamed Breast 833 for the Leg and Foot 825 Handkerchiefs as Substitute for 827 Long Square 829 Oblique 817 Recurrent 819 Single-Headed 814 Sling 834 Spiral 818 Two or more Handkerchiefs 832 Bandages, Best Substitutes for 826 Circular 815 Ends of, to Confine 816 Surgical, Employment of 811 Triangular Handkerchief 828 Various 812, 813 Bandoline, Recipes for 1701 Bankruptcy Acts of Bankruptcy 1537 Adjudication when Composition not Accepted 1546 Arrest, Powers of 1560 Bankrupt to render every assistance 1549 Maintenance Allowance of 1554 Closing Bankruptcy 1556 Committee of Inspection 1548 Composition or Arrangement 1544 Default of Payment under 1545 Debtor, Duties of 1542 Debtors, all kinds of, subject to Laws of Bankruptcy 1535 Discharge, Order of 1557 Dividend Final 1555 Fraud, in Cases of 1558 Landlord, Power of, to Distrain 1553 Liquidation by Private Arrangement 1535 Official Receiver 1540 Petition, all Proceedings to commence with 1536 Conditions of Presentment 1539 Priority of certain Debts 1552 Public Examination 1548 Receiving Order 1538 Settlement on Wife or Children 1559 Trustee, Appointment of 1547 Duties of 1550-51 Banns of Marriage 1941 Banting's Hints on Corpulence 1768 Baptism, Ceremony of 1958 Baptismal Name, Change of, after Registration 1960 Bark Angostura 719 Nature and Uses of 708 Oak, Nature and uses of 723 Barley Broth (Scotch) 1205 Pudding 1281 Water 2305 Barometer, Chemical 969 Hints on 973-983 Leech 968 When highest, and why 980, 981 When lowest, and why 982, 983 Why called "Weather Glass" 975 Why Hand on Dial changes Position 976 Why Pressure of Atmosphere Denoted by 974 Why Tapping Face of, causes Hands to Move 977 Baryta, Poisoning by, Treatment of 1358 Bastings for Roast Meats, &c. 1084 Bath Buns 2115 Bath, to Fit up 1715, 1716 Vapour 2451, 2452 Bathing, Cramp in 2412 Healthy Effects of 1714 Hands and Feet at Night 1737 Necessary Precautions in 1409 Batter, French 1291 Pudding 1276, 1277 Beads, Use of, in Canvas Work 1919 Beans, French, to Cook 1122 Bed, Feather, to Cleanse 474 (xxi) Furniture, to Wash 2733 To Ascertain if Aired 339 Bedclothes, Management of 2450 Bed-curtains On Fire 1382 Unhealthiness of 468 Bedrooms for Children 2064, 2069 Ventilation of 2448 Beds for the Poor, How to Make 329 Beef, Aitchbone, Economy of 29 (iii) Aitchbone, to Boil 1151 ^ la mode 1159 Bones, Grilled 1156 Brisket, Economy of 29 (ii) Brisket of, to Bake 1153 Brisket of, to Carve 2655 Brisket of, to Stew 1152 Broth 1208 Bubble and Squeak 1141 Curried (Madras Fashion) 1170 Extract (Liebig's Method) 1220 Fore-quarter, Joints of 28 (i) Fresh to Stew 1135 Glaze, to Prepare 1211 Gravy Sauce 2228 Hashed 1161 Leg and Shin, Economy of 29 (vi) Hind-quarter, Joints of 28 (i) Hints on Choosing 12 Lobscous 1142 Loss of in Roasting and Boiling 1067, 1079 Minced 1139 Potted 1221 Ribs, Boned and Rolled, to Roast 1038 Ribs, Economy of 29 (viii) Ribs of, to Carve 2653 Ribs of, to Roast 1037 Rissoles 1143 Round, to Carve 2654 Round of, Economy of 29 (i) Rump, Economy of 29 (iv) Rump of, to Carve 2652 Rump Steak, and Onion Sauce 1158 Salted, Plain Boiled 1136 Salted, Round of, to Boil 1150 Salted, Stewed with Pork 1131 Sausages 1260 Shin, Economy of 29 (vi) Silver side of 29 (i) Sirloin, to Carve 2652 Sirloin, Economy of 29 (viii) Soup, French 1134 Top side of Round 29 (i) Various Joints of, Described 28 Veiny Piece, Economy of 29 (v) When in Season 28 (i) With Mashed Potatoes 1140 Beef-tea, to Prepare 1209 Bee-sting, Cure for 2430, 2431 Beer Poultice 809 Beetles, To Exterminate 2470 To Keep from Clothes 429 Beetroot, to Pickle 1666 Behaviour, Hint on 2012 Bellows, How to Use 987, 988 Belvidere Cakes 2116 Berlin or German Wool 1873 Beverage for Hot Weather 2455 Bezique, Game of 122-129 Terms Used in 124 Bicarbonate of Ammonia, Nature and Uses 703 Bile, Remedy for 592 Bilious or English Cholera 625, 937 Bill of Fare for Large Dinner Parties 2619 Billiards, Games at 2582-2590 Bills of Exchange, &c., Stamps for 2769 Bills of Sale 1610-1618 Execution of, in presence of Solicitor 1618 Registration of 1615 Renewal of 1616 Voidance of 1617 What Term includes 1611 Birdcages, to drive away Insects from 2165 Birdlime, to Prepare 2505 Birds, Eggs of, to Preserve, for Cabinets 2341 to Keep from Fruit-buds 285 to Stuff 2339, 2340 Why are some limbs of more Tender than Others 1795 Birth, Registration of 1959-1962 Biscuits, Excellent 2105 Ginger 2119 Pic-nic 2118 Sugar 2120 Wine 2106 Bismuth, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1351 Bites, Arnica for 2433 of Insects 2422 of Mad Animals 1366 of Reptiles 1365 Biting the Finger Nails 2394 Black Cloth Clothes, to Clean 2722 Cloth, Reviver for 472 Draught 655 Lace, to Revive 2319 Paper Patterns 2508 Pepper Confection 490 Pool (Billiards) 2588 Pudding 1192 Wash Lotion 537 Blackberries, Properties of 2762 Blackberry Jam 2087 Pudding or Pie 2088 Wine 2277 Blackbirds, Care of 2155, 2156 Blacking, Best Kind of, for Boots and Shoes 2244 for Leather Seats 471 Liquid 2242 Paste 2243 for Stoves, to Make 396 to Make 2241 Bladder, Inflammation of, Remedy for 612 Blancmange, Arrowroot 2123 Bleeding, how Performed 839 from the Nose, to Stop 1328, 2393 Blistered Feet, Remedy for 2424 Blond Lace, to Revive 2732 Blonde Complexion, Why Favoured by Green 1803 Blood, Influence of the Weather on the 1760 Process of Thinning 2454 Blotched Face, Wash for 2439 Bluestone, Properties and Uses of 779 Blue Veils, Why do they Preserve the Complexion 1807 Why Unsuitable to Brunettes 1806 Boards to Remove Ink Stains from 406 to Scour 399 Body Lighter than Water 1400, 1401 Boiling, Effects of, on Meat 1077 Loss Resulting from 1078, 1079 Meat, Length of Time Required 1069 Meats, &c., Time Required for 1071 Rationale of 1068 Boils, Treatment of 2425 Bologna Sausages 1185 Bone, to Stain 1415-1421 in Throat, How to Act 1332 Bonnets, to Dye 2718 to Preserve 462 Straw, to Bleach 2728 Straw, to Clean 2726 Books, Grease Spots from, to Extract 435 Stains from, to Extract 436 Boot Tops, to Clean 2248 Liquid for 2249 Boots, French Polish for 2238 to Clean 2240 Waterproofing for2245, 2246 Borax, and its Uses 2310-2323 Borrowed Money, Repayment of, by Minor 1603 Boss, or the Fifteen Puzzle 2591 Boston Apple Pudding 1270 Botanical Specimens, to Preserve 2336 Botany Bay Wood, Imitation of 1432 Bottles, to Clean 392 Glass Stoppers of, to Remove 357 Bottling Liquors 354 Boulettes of Lint 802 Bourdounet of Lint 802 Bowels, Inflammation of, Remedy for 613 Looseness of, Remedy for 625 Braids, Gold and Silver 1897 Varieties of 1894 Brain, Compression of, Treatment of 1331 Inflammation of, Remedy for 614 Water on, Treatment for 647 Brandy Peaches 1637 Brass Kettles, to Clean 455 Ornaments, to Clean 371-373, 411-413 Breach of Promise of Marriage 1561-1566 Bread, Adulterated, to Detect 2748 Apple, to Make 1020 Baking and Egg Powders in 1011, 1012 Cheap and Excellent, to Make 1013 Cheap and Pure 1006 for Children 2035 for Dinner, to Cut 2621 Economical and Nourishing, to Make 1014 Economy of 448 French, to Make 1022 German Yeast, to Make with 1009 Home-made 1007 Home-made, to Increase 1015 of Indian Corn Flour and Wheat 1008 Nutritious Properties of 2760 Potatoes in 1017 Pudding 1271, 1274 Pulled, to Make 1021 Rice, to Make 1019 Rye and Wheat Flour, to Make 1016 Unfermented 1010 Use of Lime Water in 1018 Breakage by a Servant, Law Respecting 1450 Breakfast, Late at 474 (iii) Breath, Offensive, Remedy for 2405 Tainted by Onions, Remedy for 2406 Brewing, Hints on 2267 Brewis, to Make 449 Brill, to Carve 2638 Brimstone, Flour of 658 Britannia Metal, to Clean 413 Brocoli, to Pickle 1664 Broderie Anglaise 1865 Brogue, Irish 193 Provincial 195 Scottish 194 Broiling, Rationale of 1081 Broken Leg, Splints for 836 Brokers, Appraisement by 1525 Bronchitis, Homeopathic Medicines for 933 Symptoms of 933 Bronzed Chandeliers, &c., to Clean 410 Brose, Athol 2283 Scotch 1204 Broth, Barley (Scotch) 1205 Beef 1208 of Boiled Meats for Soup 1074-1076 for Infants 2073 Brown Gravy 1225 Stock 1223, 1224 Bruises, Homeopathic Treatment of 934 Hot Water for 2453 Remedy for 2422 Brunettes, Why Blue Unsuitable to 1806 Brunswick Black 395 Bubble and Squeak 1141 Buckthorn, Uses of 742 Bugs, to Destroy 2476, 2477 Bullfinches, Care of 2160 Bunions, Remedy for 2426 Buns, Bath 2115 Lemon 2103 Burgundy Pitch, Properties and Uses of 768 Burnett's Disinfecting Fluid, Uses of 781, 1779 Burns, Cure for 2434-2436 Treatment of 1317, 1318 Burton Ale, to Brew 2270 Business, Best Articles for, in New Neighbourhoods 2605 Hints for Entering upon 2598, 2609 Man, Habits of 2597 Butcher's Meat, to Purchase 474 (xvi) Butter, Adulteration of 2749 Bad, to Remedy 1646 Rancid, to Cure 1647 Salt, to Freshen 1648 Why Produced by Churning 1793 Buttered Rum 2284 Butterflies, to Destroy 284 C Cabbage, to Pickle 1661 Water, to Get Rid of 343 Why Boiled in Two Waters 1788 Cabinet Pudding 1273 Work, Italian, to Varnish 365, 366 Cake, Almond Sponge 2110 Banbury 2113 Banbury, Meat for 2114 Belvidere 2116 Drop 2094 Fish 1263 Ginger 2107, 2119 Gingerbread 2093, 2117 Luncheon 2101 Meat 1252 Mixed Fruit 2112 Nice and Cheap 2095 Plum 2092, 2102 Sally Lunn 1024 Soda 2104 Sponge 2108, 2109 Unfermented 2098-2100 Yule 2111 Caledonians 141 Calf's Feet, Uses and Properties of 28 (ix) Jelly 2132 Calf's Head Pie 1229 to Carve 2665 Calico, Cheap, No Economy in 474 (xxxii) to Dye 2685-2689 Calomel, Uses of 713 Calves' Heads, &c., Uses and Economy of 28 (ix) Cambridgeshire Dialect 169 Camel-hair Wool 1883 Camomile Flowers, to Gather.
Yet, in the forming of compounds, it may possibly happen, that two Aitches, two Kays, or even two Double-ues or Wies, shall come together; as in withhold, brickkiln, slowwoorm, bayyarn.
Talisman Mrs. Aitcheson's Borzoi, Ch.
SEE Aitchison, R. T. AITCHISON, PETER C. Delaware.
And he, after putting off Abretchestva (Abrekism) as a serpent sheds his skin, will become gentle as a lamb.
An' with that he went an' gethered up his books, deliberate, an'fetched his hat, an' picked up a nest o' little chimbly-swallows he had dislodged in comin' down (all this here it happened thess las' June), an' he went out an' harnessed up his goat-wagon, an' got in.
Alexander Alexandrovitch, pass the bottle down the table.
This name, which means raw in Persian, is given to a stuff made with cotton thread, which has not undergone any preparation; they manufacture also two other cotton stuffs: alatcha with blue and red stripes, and tchekmen, very thick and coarse, used to make dresses and sacks; if kham is better at Khotan, alatcha and tchekmen are superior at Kashgar. (
L. ALPINUM (syn Cytisus alpinus).--Scotch Laburnum.
ANDOUKOVITCH, nom propre (de famille).
SEE Rimsky-Korsakoff, Nikolas Andreievitch.
I feele thee comeinge, my distracted chaunge, Like an ill-favord hangman: pray thee strike, Aproatche & doe thyne offyce.
Teta hath seen his body in the Semketet boat, he knoweth the uraeus which is in the M=antchet boat, and God hath called him in his name...and hath taken him in to R=a."
About 3 P.M. on August 23 I asked my liaison officer, Colonel R. Antonivitch Frank, of the Russian Army, to accompany me towards the front line, as I had heard rumours of large concentrations of the enemy, who, elated with this small initial success, seemed determined to dispute our possession of the village of Dukoveskoie.
Dabney's View.--Views of Dr. Newman Smyth.--Duty of Truthfulness an Obligation toward God.--Lower Animals not Exempt from Principle of Universal Application.--Fishing.--Hunting.--Catching Horse.--Professor Bowne's Psychological View.--No Place for Lying in God's Universe.--Small Improvement on Chrysostom's Argument for Lying.--Limits of Consistency in Logical Plea.--God, or Satan.
Trust me, I thought thou rather couldst have wisht To feele thyne eies bournt out into their socketts Then thus to live and see the blacke disgrace That will approatche, and soone, if thou darest live.
My second mate was standing beside me upon the poop, with his short, thick legs astretch, for the gale had left a considerable swell behind it, and our two quarter-boats nearly touched the water with every roll.
Of these the principal are,--Scotch barley, pearl barley, wheat flour, oatmeal, bread-raspings, pease, beans, rice, vermicelli, macaroni, isinglass, potato-mucilage, mushroom or mushroom ketchup, champignons, parsnips, carrots, beetroot, turnips, garlic, shalots, and onions.
Anna Karenina arrived in the home of Stepan Arkadyevitch, where she was received with cordial kisses by Dolly, who remembered that Stepan's sister was not to blame, and that she was a grande dame of St. Petersburg, wife of one of the important personages of the city.
(10) "More than an 'arms'-stretch' asunder."
Before a consonant it is pronounced artch; as in archbishop, archduke, archfiend.
The message said: "Many farmers from Atchison are going to come with us to Kansas City to confer with you on an old matter of business."
90 But they doo onely strive themselves to raise Through pompous pride, and foolish vanitie; In th'eyes of people they put all their praise, And onely boast of armes and auncestrie: But vertuous deeds, which did those armes first give To their grandsyres, they care not to atchive.
Family history; Atchley, Griffith, Long, Maples, Scoggin, etc.
Most happy he that can at last atchyve The ioyous safety of so sweet a rest; Whose least delight sufficeth to deprive Remembrance of all paines which him opprest.
----The young fellow called John arose and placed himself in a neat fighting attitude.--Fetch on the fellah that makes them long words!--he said,--and planted a straight hit with the right fist in the concave palm of the left hand with a click like a cup and ball.--You small boy there, hurry up that "Webster's Unabridged!"
And again: Fist "The SAME with an ADDITIONAL accented syllable; as, Wh=ere th~e w=ood ~is w=av~ing gr=een ~and h=igh, F=auns ~and Dr=y~ads w=atch th~e st=arr~y sky."
When I showed Autolycus and the chuprassis the photographs I had taken of them, the chuprassis said, "Atcha" (very good), but Autolycus shook his head violently, and when Boggley asked him what was wrong, he replied in an injured tone that it made him look quite black!
He knew the reason: the mighty Mississippi was at high flood, and as always then, a third of its yellow waters were sweeping down the Atchafalaya River on a "short cut" to the Mexican Gulf.
X. As that brave sonne of Aeson, which by charmes Atcheiv'd the golden fleece in Colchid land, Out of the earth engendred men of armes Of dragons teeth, sowne in the sacred sand, So this brave towne, that in her youthlie daies An hydra was of warriours glorious, Did fill with her renowmed nourslings praise The firie sunnes both one and other
With manie garlands for his victories, And with rich spoyles, which late he did purchas Through brave atcheivements from his enemies: 655 Fainting at last through long infirmities, He smote his steed, that straight to heaven him bore, And left me here his losse for to deplore.
Nay, then, they will fall out for me, Madam, I am most fortunate in atcheiving virgins.
Thurston the malice of my will wishd dead: My instigation and severe comaund Compeld him to atcheiv't, and you will graunt Noe princes lawes retaine more active force To ingage a subiect to performe their hests Then natures does astring a dewtious child To obey his parent.
As Italy had DANTE, BOCCACE BOCCACIO, PETRARCH, TASSO, CELIANO, and ARIOSTO: so England had MATTHEW ROYDON, THOMAS ATCHELOW, THOMAS WATSON, THOMAS KYD, ROBERT GREENE, and GEORGE PEELE.
Angels and Ministers of Grace defend vs: Sidenote: 32 Be thou a Spirit of health, or Goblin damn'd, Bring with thee ayres from Heauen, or blasts from Hell, Footnote A: Here in the Quarto:-- This heauy headed reueale east and west Makes vs tradust, and taxed of other nations, They clip vs drunkards, and with Swinish phrase Soyle our addition, and indeede it takes From our atchieuements, though perform'd at height The pith and marrow of our attribute, So oft it chaunces in particuler men, That for some vicious mole of nature in them As in their birth wherein they are not guilty, (Since nature cannot choose his origin) By their ore-grow'th of some complextion Oft breaking downe the pales and forts of reason Or by some habit, that too much ore-leauens The forme of plausiue manners, that these men Carrying I say the stamp of one defect Being Natures liuery, or Fortunes starre, His vertues els be they as pure as grace, As infinite as man may vndergoe, Shall in the generall censure take corruption From that particuler fault: the dram of eale Doth all the noble substance of a doubt To his owne scandle.
You may atchieve great fame, victorious Lord, To save the lives of two such innocents.
The common way to run from him is through him, which is often attempted and atchieved, and no man is more beaten out of charity.
He gathers himself up, and strains every nerve and faculty with deliberate aim to some heroic and dazzling atchievement of intellect: but he must make a career before he flings himself, armed, upon the enemy, or he is sure to be unhorsed.
We may congratulate Your Grace not only upon your high Atchievements, but likewise upon the happy Expiration of Your Command, by which your Glory is put out of the Power of Fortune: And when your Person shall be so too, that the Author and Disposer of all things may place You in that higher Mansion of Bliss and Immortality which is prepared for good Princes, Lawgivers, and Heroes, when HE in HIS due Time removes them from the Envy of Mankind, is the hearty Prayer of, My LORD, Your Graces Most Obedient, Most Devoted Humble Servant, THE SPECTATOR.
SEE Atchinson, Frances Elizabeth.
He was ragged and unshaven; his only clothing was the miserable shirt and bepatched breeches that had served him as shelter throughout the long voyage.
We heard of all the witches, warlocks, incubi, succibi, harpies, devils, imps, and haunters of Avitchi, from all the teachings of history, sacred and profane, Hindu, Egyptian, Greek, mediaeval, Swedenborg, Rosicrucian, theosophy, theology, with every last ounce of horror, mystery, shivers, and creeps squeezed out of them.