After a little, shaggy, big-thewed ventripotent Pan will grow jealous, and ravish you away from me, as he stole Syrinx from her lover.
--Prepares to sail with Allstons for England.--Letters of introduction from his father.--Disagreeable stage-ride to New York.--Sails on the Lydia.--Prosperous voyage.--Liverpool.--Trip to London.--Observations on people and customs.--Frequently cheated.--Critical time in England.--Dr.
"--Controversy with Bishop Spaulding.--Creed on Slavery.--Political views.--Defeated for Congress CHAPTER XXXV JANUARY 8, 1855--AUGUST 14, 1856 Payment of dividends delayed.--Concern for welfare of his country.-- Indignation at corrupt proposal from California.--Kendall hampered by the Vails.--Proposition by capitalists to purchase patent rights.--Cyrus W. Field.--Newfoundland Electric Telegraph Company.--Suggestion of Atlantic Cable.--Hopes thereby to eliminate war.--Trip to Newfoundland.--Temporary failure.--F.O.J. Smith continues to give trouble.--Financial conditions improve.--Morse and his wife sail for Europe.--Feted in London.-- Experiments with Dr. Whitehouse.--Mr.
"All except the stripes," replied Walker;--"stripes is wool and cotton mixed; gives 'em a finer grain, you see, and catches the eye."
After leaving the stately pile of Hatherop Castle and Williamstrip Park on the left, the Coln flows silently onwards through the delightful demesne of Fairford Park.
Letter XXXI.--Trip from Detroit to Mackinaw.--The Chippewa Tribe.--The River St. Clair.--Anecdote.--Chippewa Village.--Forts Huron and Saranac.--Bob Low Island.--Mackinaw.
There they dance, arm in arm with the light,--tripping it on fantastic points, fit partners in those aerial halls.
Chinese control of Tibet, involving the construction of numerous roads, airstrips, and military installations, as well as differences concerning the international border, led in 1959 to conflicts with India, a country which had previously sided with the new China in international affairs.
His favourite song was “Dibdin’s True English Sailor,” beginning, “Jack dances and sings, and is always content, In his vows to his lass he’ll ne’er fail her; His anchor’s atrip when his money’s all spent, And this is the life of a sailor.”
At 5.50 a.m. resumed our journey down the creek, the general course first south-west and changing to the south-south-west; the channel was gradually lost on the broad swampy flat, which was overgrown with polygonum and atriplex, etc.,
With anxious countenance and attentive ears, they listened to the cantrip effusions of these pretended oracles, which prognosticated the bright or gloomy days of futurity.
The most intelligent natives share this belief with the poorest and most ignorant; they fancy the ghosts throw stones at them, cast evil influences over them, lure them into quicksands, and play other devilish tricks and cantrips.
CAN'TRIPS (Mrs.), a quondam friend of Nanty Ewart, the smuggler-captain.
9:10 I found Israel like grapes in the wilderness; I saw your fathers as the firstripe in the fig tree at her first time: but they went to Baalpeor, and separated themselves unto that shame; and their abominations were according as they loved.
Peter's.-- Chiesa Nuova.--Painting at the Vatican.--Beggar monks.--Festa of the Annunciation.--Soiree at Palazzo Sunbaldi.--Passion Sunday.--Horace Vernet.--Lying in state of a cardinal.--Miserere at Sistine Chapel.-- Holy Thursday at St. Peter's.--Third cardinal dies.--Meets Thorwaldsen at Signor Persianis's.--Manners of English, French, and Americans.--Landi's pictures.--Funeral of a young girl.--Trip to Tivoli, Subiaco.--Procession of the Corpus Domini.--Disagreeable experience CHAPTER XVII JUNE 17, 1830--FEBRUARY 2, 1831 Working hard.--Trip to Genzano.--Lake of Nemi.--Beggars.--Curious festival of flowers at Genzano.--Night on the Campagna.--Heat in Rome.-- Illumination of St. Peter's.--St.
Louis 1871 " Shingles Roof " F. De Funiak 18Memphis & 1871 " Ties Railroad " F. De Funiak Charleston track 19Washington, 1871Tripler Paving Laboratory " W.C. Tilden D.C. blocks 20 " 1872Samuel " " " " 21 " 1872Taylor " " " " 22 " 1872Waterbury " " " " 23 " 1872Sulphate " Pennsyl- " J.A. Partridge of iron vania Ave 24 " 1872Samuel " F. Street " " 25 " 1872Samuel " 16th St. " " 26Norvolk, Va. - Red lead Pine and Teredo " P.C. Asserson oak 27 " - White zinc " " " " 28 " - Tar and " " " " plaster 29 " - Kerosene " " " " 30 " - Rosin and " " " " tallow 31 " - Fish oil & " " " " tallow 32 " - Verdigris " " " " 33 " - Bark on " " Good for " pile 5 years 34 " - Carbolic " " Failure " acid 35 " - Tar and " " " " cement 36 " - Davis' " " " " compound 37 " - Carbolized " " " " paper 38 " - Paint " " " " 39 " - Thilmany " " " " 40 " - Vulcanized " " " " fiber 41 " - Charring " " Good for " 9 years 42New Orleans 1872 " Piles " Failure J.W. Putnam & Mobile R.R. 43 " 1872 " & " " Temporary " oiling prot'n 44Galveston & 1870Charring " " " " Houston 1874 R.R. --+------------+----+-----------+---------+----------+---------+--------------- COMMENTS ON MISCELLANEOUS EXPERIMENTS.
I never can remember just what those different stars-an'-stripes fixin's mean."
It may be illustrated by the course of a planet, which is the result of the combined effect of the tangential energy with which it is endowed, and the centripetal energy which operates from the sun.
It appears to lie within my mental eyeball, and to be viewed centripetally.
I had gone a little way beyond my own proper realm, and it was grateful to feel my centrifugal tendencies overcome by this sable centripetency of force, that took off my strange habitings,--only the paraphernalia of headache to her.
* * * * * OUR CENTRIPETISTS.
CHAPTER XVI FEBRUARY 6, 1880--JUNE 15, 1830 Serra Palace in Genoa.--Starts for Rome.--Rain in the mountains.--A brigand.--Carrara.--First mention of a railroad.--Pisa.--The leaning tower.--Rome at last.--Begins copying at once.--Notebooks.--Ceremonies at the Vatican.--Pope Pius VIII.--Academy of St. Luke's.--St Peter's.-- Chiesa Nuova.--Painting at the Vatican.--Beggar monks.--Fata of the Annunciation.--Soiree at Palazzo Simbaldi.--Passion Sunday.--Horace Vernet.--Lying in state of a cardinal.--Miserere at Sistine Chapel.-- Holy Thursday at St Peter's.--Third cardinal dies.--Meets Thorwaldsen at Signor Persianis's.--Manners of English, French, and Americans.--Landi's pictures.--Funeral of a young girl.--Trip to Tivoli, Subiaco.--Procession of the Corpus Domini.--Disagreeable experience.
INGREDIENTS.--Tripe, onion sauce, No.
Although the Negroes of the Northwest did not always keep pace with their neighbors in things industrial they did not permit the white people to outstrip them much in education.
Note.--Tripe may be dressed in a variety of ways: it may be cut in pieces and fried in batter, stewed in gravy with mushrooms, or cut into collops, sprinkled with minced onion and savoury herbs, and fried a nice brown in clarified butter.
I suspect that Posterity will not thank us for the hereditary disease of Carrara we are entailing on him, and will try some heroic remedy, perhaps lithotripsy.
In such a night Did Thisby fearfully o'ertrip the dew, And saw the lion's shadow ere himself, And ran dismayed away.
The spectre smiled, "Then trust to me; for though the sea be wild, It cannot shake the sinews of my strength,-- Within my breast the fearful fall asleep, And wake out of their terrors, calm and still, Having outstripp'd the speed of time and ill, And pass'd unconsciously the stormy deep."
But, wonderful to tell, it was soon discovered that in this comical posture she sailed like a shooting-star; she outstripped every vessel on the station.
God achieveth all ends whereon he thinketh--God who overtaketh even the winged eagle, and outstrippeth the dolphin of the sea, and bringeth low many a man in his pride, while to others he giveth glory incorruptible.
In fact, in school honour should be given to character and helpfulness rather than to strength of mind and body; strength ought to be trained and developed, but not rewarded for merely outstripping the weak.
This sorry farce outstrips all one could have imagined, and all that the Versailles papers said of you must have been true; for what you are doing now is worse than anything they could ever have dared to imagine.
I turn'd me full of wonder to my guide; And he did answer with a countenance Charg'd with no less amazement: whence my view Reverted to those lofty things, which came So slowly moving towards us, that the bride Would have outstript them on her bridal day.
The Sabellians could not justly be called Patripassians, in the same sense that the Noetians were so called.
Spaniards and Portuguese.--"Strip a Spaniard of all his virtues, and you make a good Portuguese of him," says the Spanish proverb.
The black audience clustered around Jim Pink in his pinstripe trousers and blue-serge coat.
A short, bearded and balding man in a brown, pinstriped suit that might once have been new, stood at the front desk.
The third direction: Not only thus, but in the next place, thou must strip thyself of those things that may hang upon thee, to the hindering of thee in the way to the kingdom of heaven, as covetousness, pride, lust, or whatever else thy heart may be inclining unto, which may hinder thee in this heavenly race.
In Galicia the Russian armies crossed the Stripa and by June 10 were once more too near Lemberg for the comfort of the Austrian garrison.
Her silver locks display the moon, Her brows a cloudy show, Strip'd rainbows round her eyes are seen, And show'rs from either flow.
WHEN owles are strip’d of their disguise, And wolves of shepherd’s cloathing, Those birds and beasts that please our eyes Will then beget our loathing; When foxes tremble in their holes At dangers that they see, And those we think so wise prove fools, Then low, boys, down go we.
Thus only--not by cross or golden stripe-- Will they achieve the honour of big type.
Our striped friend had the best of the start, and we gained not an inch upon him.
In poverty and stripedness they attend their little meetings.
Or, conceivably, the evidence might be "data-striped"--split up into meaningless slivers stored, one by one, on a whole crowd of different disk drives.
She come over from de old country, she was a-runnin' along one day front of a--a--dat stripedy animal--a tiger?
The open advocacy of "Lynch law" by a set argument, boldly setting it above all codes, with which the editor closes his article, reveals a public sentiment in the community which shows, that in North Carolina, though society may still rally under the flag of civilization, and insist on wrapping itself in its folds, barbarism is none the less so in a stolen livery, and savages are savages still, though tricked out with the gauze and tinsel of the stars and stripes.
Over the city hall now floated daily the new flag of the state, with the colors of its stripes-- "Reverted to those of old Spain," murmured Anna, mainly to herself yet somewhat to Hilary.
* * * * * THE LANGUAGE TEST FOR V.A.D.'S. From an Official Form of Application for stripes:-- "I certify that these Members have diligently attended their duties at the Hospital, are always neat in appearance, punctual in their habits and proficient in their cursing.