"I vish," remarked Henri after a pause--"I vish I could git de vampum belt de leetle chief had on.
Calcium Zirconium Iron (2,000 or more) Magnesium (20 or more) Iron Molybdenum Nickel Sodium (11) Hydrogen Lanthanum Titanium Silicon Sodium Niobium Manganese Strontium Nickel Palladium Chromium Barium Magnesium Neodymium Cobalt Aluminum (4) Cobalt Copper Carbon (200 or more) Cadmium Silicon Zinc Vanadium Rhodium Aluminum Cadmium Zirconium Erbium Titanium Cerium Cerium Zinc Chromium Glucinum Calcium (75 or more) Copper (2) Manganese Germanium Scandium Silver (2) Strontium Rhodium Neodymium Glucinum (2) Vanadium Silver Lanthanum Germanium Barium Tin Yttrium Tin Carbon Lead Niobium Lead (1) Scandium Erbium Molybdenum Potassium (1) Yttrium Potassium Palladium Doubtful Elements.
O my companions, I have drunk many a bout with you, and always found 'Vanitas Vanitatum' written on the bottom of the pot."
In vanum laboraverunt, come.
'Hic Secura quies, et nescia fallere vita, Dives opum variarum; hic latis otia fundis, Speluncae, vivique lacus, hic frigida Tempe, Mugitusque boum, mollesque sub arbore somni.'
The variety J. nudiflorum aureo-variegatum has golden-variegated leaves.
of the Variorum Shakespeare, says, "Samingo, that is San Domingo, as some of the commentators have observed.
and many neoterics are of the same mind: Celsus adviseth him therefore that will continue his health, to have varium vitae genus, diversity of callings, occupations, to be busied about, "sometimes to live in the city, sometimes in the country; now to study or work, to be intent, then again to hawk or hunt, swim, run, ride, or exercise himself."
~Varium et Mutabile.~ I saw her going to the game, Her eyes were bright, her cheeks aflame, And o'er her shoulders lightly fell A Princeton scarf, her choice to tell.
When Kent had dictated a letter in answer to Hunnicott's, he dismissed the Varnum matter from his mind, having other and more important things to think of.
X. Footnote 1: --Strabonem Appellat paetumm pater; et pullum, male parvus Si cui filius est; ut abortivus fuit olim Sisyphus: hunc varum, distortis cruribus; illum Balbutit scaurum, pravis fullum male talis.
"aedificatio, neque vasum, neque vestimentum ullum est manupreciosum, neque preciosus servus, neque ancilla est: si quid est," inquit, "quod utar, utor: si non est, egeo: suum cuique per me uti atque frui licet."
VETUS TESTAMENTUM ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, secundum Exemplar Vaticanum Romae editum.
32; in Vatinium, 7.
Turning over his papers he came across the old monk's song to David: "Surge meo domno dulces fac, fistula versus: David amat versus, surge fac fistula versus, David amat vates vatorum est gloria David...." The verses seemed meaningless and tame, but they awoke vague impulses in him, and, his mind filled by a dim dream of King David and Bathsheba, he opened his Bible and turned over the pages, reading a phrase here and there until he had passed from story and psalm to the Song of songs, and was finally stopped by--"I charge you, O daughters of Jerusalem, if ye find my beloved, that ye tell him that I am sick of love."
Ille quidem recte, sublimis, doctus et acer, Quem decuit majora sequi, majoribus aptum, Qui veterum modo facta ducum, modo carmina vatum, Gesserat, et quicquid virtus, sapientia quicquid Dixerat, imperiique vices, coelique meatus, Ingentemque animo seclorum volveret orbem.
Licet tota Galenistarum schola, mineralia non sine impio et ingrato fastu a sua practica detestentur; tamen in gravioribus morbis omni vegetabilium derelicto subsidio, ad mineralia confugiunt, licet ea temere, ignaviter, et inutiliter usurpent.
de his et Vegetium, lib.
Coelum vehiculum divinae virtutis, cujus mediante motu, lumine et influentia, Deus!
The Roman gods, the ritual, military, and juristic terms of the Romans, present a strange appearance amid the Greek world; Roman -aediles- and -tresviri- are grotesquely mingled with -agoranomi- and -demarchi-; pieces whose scene is laid in Aetolia or Epidamnus send the spectator without scruple to the Velabrum and the Capitol.
He leaves Caius Trebonius, his lieutenant, to complete these arrangements; he himself sets out with the intention of marching as soon as possible to Genabum, a town of the Carnutes, who having then for the first time received information of the siege of Vellaunodunum, as they thought that it would be protracted to a longer time, were preparing a garrison to send to Genabum for the defence of that town.
A typical instance of the growth of the desire to help women, protect them as much as possible, and stretch the laws in their favour, may be taken from the senatorial decree known as the Senatus Consultum Velleianum.
Discarding his gemmed chibouque and an old vellum reprint of Anacreon, Zaleski rose hastily and greeted me with warmth, muttering at the same time some commonplace about his 'pleasure' and the 'unexpectedness' of my visit.
Ipse ergo, qui potest, mittat amodo Veltrum, quem tu vidisti in Somno, si tamen umquam venturus est."
The veil is embroidered with gold spangles by (as is said) the queen's own hand, in regular rows crossing each other, so as to form small squares, and edged with a gold border, to which another border has been subsequently joined, in which the following words are embroidered in letters of gold:-- "Velum Serenissimae Mariae, Scotiae et Galliae Reginae Martyris, quo induebatur dum ab Heretica ad mortem iniustissimam condemnata fuit.
In Cato's treatise on husbandry, which, as is well known, primarily relates to an estate in the district of Venafrum, the judicial discussion of such processes as might arise is referred to Rome only as respects one definite case; namely, that in which the landlord leases the winter pasture to the owner of a flock of sheep, and thus has to deal with a lessee who, as a rule, is not domiciled in the district (c. 149).
Et est illic pluralitas syluestrium canum, qui dicuntur papiones, quibus postquam edomiti, et ad venandum instructi fuerint, valent capi multae bestiae per desertum.
Latin: 'Quamlibet magna canum et venantium urgente vi.'
as that also de ruptura venarum ut sauguis fluat, copiously confute; 'tis no sufficient trial they contend.
Insignis venatorum stultitia, et supervacania cura eorum, qui dum nimium venationi insistunt, ipsi abjecta omni humanitate in feras degenerant, ut Acteon, &c. 1873.
That this interpretation is false and absurd, may be seen at once by any body who can read Latin; for, a hunting, a fishing, &c., are expressed by the supine in um: as, "Venatum ire.
Capte fuerunt LXXXIIII per Nobilem Virum Dominum Lambam Aurie Capitaneum et Armiratum tunc Comunis et Populi Janue cum omnibus existentibus in eisdem, de quibus conduxit Janue homines vivos carceratos VII cccc et Galeas XVIII, reliquas LXVI fecit cumburi in dicto Gulfo Veneciarum.
Impudicae mulieres opera veneficarum, diaboli coquarum, amatores suos ad se nuctu ducunt et reducunt, ministerio hirci in aere volantis: multos novi qui hoc fassi sunt, &c. 5233.
When Vaninus was seized at Tholouse, there was found at his lodgings, "ingens bufo vitro inclusus," a great toad shut in a vial, upon which those that prosecuted him "veneficium exprobrabant," charged him, I suppose, with witchcraft.
Aliqui cristam in capite gerunt, quidam more hominum ad duos pedes erecti incedunt, et nonnulli qui dicuntur Reguli, venenum per ora distillare non cessant, nec non quam plures cocodrilli, de quibus aliquid in praecedentibus retuli; Sidenote: Apri ingentes.
in patriando, cum ad nobilem Legiae, seu Leodij ciuitatem peruenissem, et prae grandeuitate ac artericis guttis illic decumberem in vico qui dicitur, Bassessanemi, consului causa conualescendi aliquos medicos ciuitatis: Et accidit, Dei nutu, vnum intrare physicum super alios aetate simul et canicie venerandum, ac in sua arte euidenter expertum, qui ibidem dicebatur communiter, Magister Ioannes ad barbam.
In his eighth Geniture, or example, he hath these words of himself, Symbol: Mars Symbol: Mars and Symbol: Mercury in Symbol: Mercury dignitatibus assiduam mihi Venereorum cogitationem praestabunt, ita ut nunquam quiescam.
entitled Petrus Ciera S. R. E. Card, de Origine Venetorum et de Civitate Venetiarum.
The Hungarians, when their king Ladislaus and bravest soldiers were slain by the Turks, Luctus publicus, &c. The Venetians when their forces were overcome by the French king Lewis, the French and Spanish kings, pope, emperor, all conspired against them, at Cambray, the French herald denounced open war in the senate: Lauredane Venetorum dux, &c., and they had lost Padua, Brixia, Verona, Forum Julii, their territories in the continent, and had now nothing left, but the city of Venice itself, et urbi quoque ipsi (saith Bembus) timendum putarent, and the loss of that was likewise to be feared, tantus repente dolor omnes tenuit, ut nunquam, alias, &c., they were pitifully plunged, never before in such lamentable distress.
After an engraving in the Theatrum Venetum.
There was a story about "strahps to your pahnts," which was vastly funny to us fellows--on the road from Milan to Venice.--Coelum, non animum,--travellers change their guineas, but not their characters.
Porro ciconiae quonam a loco veniant, quo se conferant, incompertum adhuc, agmen venientium, descendentium, ut gruum venisse cernimus, nocturnis opinor temporibus.