And if we follow up this sort of fame far enough, we shall at last come to a point where facts very difficult to get at are in themselves sufficient to lay a foundation of fame, without any necessity for forming a theory;--travels, for instance, in remote and little-known countries, which make a man famous by what he has seen, not by what he has thought.
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But as he spoke he retravelled the hateful months during the divorce proceedings, remembering his incomprehensible lassitude, his acquiescence in his family's determination to ignore the whole episode, and his gradual lapse into the same state of apathy.
But Michelangelo pursued his journey to Venice, where he took a house, intending in due season to travel into France."
----Travel, according to my experience, does not exactly correspond to the idea one gets of it out of most books of travels.
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Senora," he said,--his Spanish matched his other assimilations of travel-- "Senora.
But life's sich a quare bit o' travel,-- A warlock wi' sun an' wi' shade,-- An' then, on a bowster o' gravel, They lay'n us i' bed wi' a spade; It's no use o' peawtin' an' fratchin'; As th' whirligig's twirlin' areawn'd, Have at it again; an' keep scratehin', As lung as your yed's upo' greawnd.
In the morning, after the wretched breakfast was eaten, the tents were struck, the wagons loaded again, and they started for another day's travel,--and so on till the long, wearisome march was over.
Then came the preparations for travel,--arranging affairs, writing letters, providing myself with a compact and comfortable outfit.
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I never traveld myselfe.
My insatiate eyes Meanwhile to heav'n had travel'd, even there Where the bright stars are slowest, as a wheel Nearest the axle; when my guide inquir'd: "What there aloft, my son, has caught thy gaze?"
It traveled all over the country.
An old French traveler writes: "J'ai vu dans le tresor d'Ispahan les vetements de Tamerlan; ils ne different en rien de ceux d'aujourd'hui."
Many travelers come to Eleusis, but no one ever goes away."
Well, major, that seems rather alarming, and the safety of the travelers--" "Let me undeceive you, Monsieur Bombarnac.
Queen Esther's Rock is still shown to travelers.--Ann Sophia Stevens, Mary Derwent (1845).
It'll be a good thing for him whilst he's throwed in with all sorts o' travelin' folks goin' an' comin' to reelize thet he's got a little sweetheart at home, an' thet she's bein' loved an' cherished by his father an' mother du'in' his absence.
All the discomfort which you had ever experienced, at court, in the army, or in traveling, you were to recover from at my side; you would settle down and enjoy life; but only with me for your companion.
What are ye a-travel'ing in this sort of way for, in a paper dug-out?"
It's the song they sing in lumber camps and godforsaken places like that, when they're skeered the Wendigo's somewhere around, doin' a bit of swift traveling.--" "And what's the Wendigo, pray?"
If he is a man of means, one day it will be his house in the country, another buying horses, or entertaining friends, or traveling,--a life, in short, of general luxury, the reason being that he seeks his pleasure in things outside him.
Think of her working, traveling,--living almost,--with a man like that!
You are not the first Captaine that has seene no service: 'tis time lost to travell for't when a man may bee a Comander at home.
Pray, Sir, use mine, it is a travell'd Blade I can assure you, Sir.
And thus he travelled for two days, when his lunch was exhausted, his lips parched with thirst, and his strength began to fail.
"--In illustration, he states, "In every part of Europe in which I have travelled,--in England, Holland, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy; under all the different systems of religion and forms of government; in the large cities, and the small towns and villages; in the highways and byways,--I found better public order, more decorum, where bodies of men were assembled together, and less tendency to rowdyism, pugilism, and violence, than there is in most parts of this country.
Travelled'--you have travelled in Turkey, I think, Sir?"
"Far on the prairies of the West, A lovely floweret grows; With glowing pen, each traveller oft Describes the Prairie Rose.
=The Little Traveller=. I am the tiniest child of earth!
"I am not so great a traveller--" Sime began.
And the harsh Scotch nomenclature, compared with the more euphonious savage Canada, Chippewa, Niagara, which latter modern English prosody has corrupted from the measure of Goldsmith's Traveller:-- "Where wild Oswego spreads her swamps around, And Niagara stuns with thundering sound."
Traveller.--"About 20,000 dollars per annum."
Traveller.--"Admitting the curse pronounced here was right, that Ham and Canaan were the progenitors of the African negroes, and that the curse was to be extended to all generations of Africa--are these reasons why the all-Merciful Deity will hold man guiltless who enslaves and maltreats poor Africans?
Traveller.--"Are you not conscience-stricken?
Traveller.--"But will the Emir of the Shereefs accept of money from us Christians?"
Traveller.--"Can I travel in safety in Morocco?"
Now, after five centuries, his native village is pointed out with pride to the traveller.--Carlyle.
Letter XIX.--Edale in Derbyshire.--A Commercial Traveller.--Chapel-en-le-Frith.--The Winnets.--Mam Tor.--Heathy Hills.--The Lark.--Caverns of the Peak of Derbyshire.--Castle of the Peverils.--People of Derbyshire.--Matlock.--Derby.
Traveller.--"Do you like this country and the Moors?"
Traveller.--"Have you no other children?"
Traveller--"How long have you escaped?"
Traveller.--"How do you like to have only one husband among you four?"
Traveller.--"I shall give you nothing; you have no right to sell a man, a brother, like yourself."
Traveller.--"In our country we do not care to have so many soldiers.
Traveller.--"It's not your religion to sell Mussulman; you sell the children of your own slaves, born in your houses, and who are Mussulmen?"
Traveller.--"No, I've nothing to do with war."
Traveller.--"Nonsense; have you seen the hundred pillars of your mosque?" (
Traveller.--"Not I. I am going to see your Emperor."