Cet appel hardi a de vieux souvenirs valut au veteran la protection efficace de l'empereur qui lui fit gagner sa cause.
che ogni milione e mille migliaja di fiorini d' oro la valuta." (
* * * * Ed e da noi si strano, Che quando ne ragiono I' non trovo nessuno, Che l'abbia navicato, * * * * Le parti del Levante, La dove sono tante Gemme di gran valute E di molta salute: E sono in quello giro Balsamo, e ambra, e tiro, E lo pepe, e lo legno Aloe, ch' e si degno, E spigo, e cardamomo, Giengiovo, e cennamomo; E altre molte spezie, Ciascuna in sua spezie, E migliore, e piu fina, E sana in medicina.
And so Miss Jones, the mantua-maker, Has let her cottage on the hill?-- The drollest man, a sugar-baker, Last year imported from the till-- Prates of his orses and his oney, Is quite in love with fields and farms-- A horrid Vandal,--but his money Will buy a glorious coat of arms; Old Clyster makes him take the waters; Some say he means to give a ball-- And after all, with thirteen daughters, I think, Sir Thomas, you might call.
But the man, be he veteran or other, who tells me he found pleasure on the field where the Minie-balls kill afar off, in cold blood,--I know him for one of the eccentric, stupid, or talkers for purposes of vanity.--But this will suffice.
To the cities which were placed on the tops of the mountains I penetrated victoriously: 27 cities of Kharia, which were situated in the districts of Aya, Suira, Itni, Shetzu, Shelgu, Arzanibru, Varutsu, and Anitku, I took; their movables, their wealth, and their valuables I plundered; their cities I burnt with fire, I destroyed and overthrew.
Pauthier's text runs thus: "Il ont une generation de gens, ces Crestiens qui ont la Seigneurie, qui s'appellent Argon, qui vaut a dire Gasmul; et sont plus beaux hommes que les autres mescreans et plus sages.
Thus did the Ape at first him credit gaine, Which afterwards he wisely did maintaine 690 With gallant showe, and daylie more augment Through his fine feates and courtly complement; For he could play, and daunce, and vaute, and spring, And all that els pertaines to reveling.
de Clément Vaulet) (A) VAUTEL, CLÉMENT, pseud.
Moreouer when they digge, plowe, or trench they finde sometimes olde antient coines, some of golde, some of siluer, and some of copper, yea and many tombes and vautes with sepulchers in them.
CHAPTER X 1633 Monsieur returns to Flanders--The Queen-mother retires in displeasure to Malines--Influence of Chanteloupe--Selfishness of Monsieur--Death of Gustavus Adolphus--Richelieu seeks to withdraw the Queen-mother and her son from the protection of Spain--Marie is urged to retire to Florence--The Tuscan envoy--Two diplomatists--Mortification of the Queen-mother--She desires to seek an asylum in England--Charles I. hesitates to grant her request--Helpless position of Marie de Medicis--The iron rule of Richelieu--The Cardinal-dramatist--Gaston avows his marriage to the King--Louis enters Lorraine, and takes Nancy--Madame escapes to the Low Countries--Her reception at the Court of Brussels--Marie de Medicis takes up her residence at Ghent--Serious indisposition of the Queen-mother--She solicits the attendance of her physician Vautier, and is refused--Hypocrisy of the Cardinal--Indignation of the dying Queen--She rejects the terms of reconciliation offered by the King--Attachment of her adherents--Richelieu negotiates the return of Gaston to France--The favourite of Monsieur--Gaston refuses to annul his marriage--Alfeston is broken on the wheel for attempting the life of the Cardinal--The Queen-mother is accused of instigating the murder--The bodyguard of the Cardinal-Minister is increased--Estrangement of Monsieur and his mother--Madame endeavours to effect the dismissal of Puylaurens--Insolence of the favourite--Heartlessness of Monsieur--Marie solicits permission to return to France--She is commanded as a condition to abandon her followers, and refuses--Death of the Archduchess Isabella--Gaston negotiates, and consents to the most humiliating concessions.
Murat, adjoint.--4th Arrondissement: Vautrain, maire; Loiseau, Callon, adjoints.--5th Arrondissement: Jourdan, adjoint.--6th Arrondissement: Herisson, maire; A. Leroy, adjoint.--7th Arrondissement: Arnaud (de l'Ariege), maire, representative of the Seine.--8th Arrondissement: Carnot, maire, representative of the Seine.--9th Arrondissement: Desmaret, maire.--10th Arrondissement: Dubail, maire; A. Murat, Degoyves-Denunques, adjoints.--11th Arrondissement: Motu, maire, representative of the Seine; Blanchon, Poirier, Tolain, representative of the Seine.--12th Arrondissement: Denizot, Dumas, Turillon, adjoints.--18th Arrondissement: Leo Meillet, Combes, adjoints.--14th Arrondissement: Heligon, adjoint.--15th Arrondissement: Jobbe-Duval, adjoint.--16th Arrondissement: Henri Martin, maire and representative of the Seine,--17th.
If they know Othello and Napoleon, Consuelo and Clarissa Harlowe, Vautrin and Steenie Steenson, they can leave generalities and begin at once to speak by figures.
They are not marvellous Macbeths and terrible Vautrins.
* * * * * I. THE CASTLE OF VAUTSBERG ON THE RHINE.
Probably for vauut, vaut.
V.--Brutus sailed to the same place with an augmented fleet: for to those made by Caesar at Arelas were added six ships taken from the Massilians, which he had refitted since the last battle and had furnished with every necessary.
Take about eleven pounds of the mouse buttock,--or clod of beef,--or blade bone,--or the sticking-piece, or the like weight of the breast of veal;--cut it into pieces of three or four ounces each; put in three or four ounces of beef dripping, and mince a couple of large onions, and lay them into a large deep stewpan.
Grace a une extreme frugalite la troupe sainte y vecut; on crut naturellement voir en cela un miracle."
Il mover de le frondi e di verzure Che di cerri sentia, d' olmi e di faggi, Fatto le avea con subite paure Trovar di qua e di la strani viaggi; Ch' ad ogni ombra veduta o in monte o in valle Temea Rinaldo aver sempre alle spalle."
Poi dice: Conosco io pur queste note; Di tal io n'he tante e vedute e lette.
When Rodomont has plunged into the thick of Paris, and is carrying every thing before him ("like a serpent that has newly cast his skin, and goes shaking his three tongues under his eyes of fire"), he makes this tremendous hero break the middle of the palace-gate into a huge "window," and look through it with a countenance which is suddenly beheld by a crowd of faces as pale as death: "E dentro fatto l' ha tanta finestra, Che ben vedere e veduto esser puote Dai visi impressi di color di morte."
He is no longer the lord of Nature, animal and vegetable,--but Nature is the lord of him; the trees, skies, flowers, predominate, and he is in as bad taste as green and blue, or as an oyster in a vase of roses.
A warm medicinal spring near Viterbo, the waters of which, as Landino and Vellutelli affirm, passed by a place of ill fame.
Landino and Vellutello, speak of a book, which he composed on the subject of his art.
Mars is gone, and Sontag is gone, and Pasta is going--and Velluti is out of voice--and they are playing tragedies at the Haymarket--and Vauxhall will never be dry again--and the Funny Club are drenched to their skins every day--and "the sweet shady side of Pall Mall" is a forgotten blessing.
Her aunt was seated in the window busily crocheting, while she, with her white fingers running across the keys, raised her sweet contralto voice in that old-world Florentine song that for centuries has been sung by the populace in the streets of the city by the Arno: In questa notte in sogno l'ho veduto Era vestito tutto di braccato, Le piume sul berretto di velluto Ed una spada d'oro aveva allato.
I spoil all the veloute of my voice.
Solus hic est sapiens alii volitant velut umbrae.
Addison --velut si Egregio inspersos reprendas corpore naevos.
Vos vero veluti in templum ac sacrarium quoddam vos duci putetis, &c. Suavis et utilis cognitio.
C. RIGIDUS.--Another Californian species, is of upright, stiff growth, a sub-evergreen, with deep purple flowers produced in April and May. There are other less hardy kinds, including C. floribundus, C. integerrimus, C. velutinus, and C. divaricatus.
veluto (Florio); Late Lat. *
Enter COMINIUS, TITUS LARTIUS, with other SENATORS; JUNIUS BRUTUS and SICINIUS VELUTUS FIRST SENATOR.
Rispose Orlando: Tu ti fai ben grosso; Di questo fatto stu ti vuoi chiarire, La soppravvesta ti cava di dosso: Vedrai che Gan, come tu te la cavi, Ci ha venduti a Marsilio per ischiavi.
The fisherfolk who guide these barks are gray and gnomelike in their coloring, tanned by sky and sea and ceaseless atmospheres of fish, into a neutral tint,--less vivid in hues of skin and hair, with eyes less brilliant, with less vivacity and charm of bearing than the gay Venetians,--but they are the descendants of those island tribes from which the commerce and greatness of Venice issued; there is almost a show of stateliness in the aggravating slowness with which their heavily freighted barks proceed, serenely occupying the best of the narrow waterway.
In the great battle, when the Moors were overthrown, she it was who gave the word of attack, "Victory and Vengeance!"--Southey, Roderick, etc.,
See POOLA VENJAMUTTA.
He tossed a piece of silver to one who wailed in the ditch,--a forlorn stranger from Hai-nan, lamenting the broken shells and empty baskets of his small venture.--"Contribution, you chaps.
E siam' venut' a Roma per far la noven' ogn' anno.
In tanto aspro travaglio gli soccorre, Che nel medesmo letto in che giaceva L'ingrata donna venutasi a porre Col suo drudo piu volte esser doveva.
Posciache fummo al quarto di venuti, Gaddo mi si gitto disteso a' piedi, Dicendo: Padre mio, che non m' ajuti?
to crave the aid of Carthismandua (or Cartimandua), a Roman matron married to Venutius, chief of those parts.
Orlando, poi che lascio Bujaforte, Pargli mill'anni trovar Baldovino, Che cerca pure e non truova la morte: E ricognobbe il caval Vegliantino Per la battaglia, e va correndo forte Dov' era Orlando, e diceva il meschino: Sappi ch' io ho fatto oggi il mio dovuto; E contra me nessun mai e venuto.
THE S.S. 'Wohlgeborne, gesunde Kinder bringen viel mit.... 'Wenn die Natur verabscheut, so spricht sie es laut aus: das Geschoepf, das falsch lebt, wird frueh zerstoert.
They are printed 'verbatim'--without alteration from the original edition--the date of which is too remote to be judiciously acknowledged.--E. A. P. (1845).
Agreement of participles: Passive verbs.--Substitutes for the passive.
"Just the thing for a bachelor's housekeeping"--was the painter's verdict--"but for a studio--impossible," and there was a touch of regret in his voice.
We drank each a glass of vermouth before dinner sitting over a scented fire of deodar branches, while outside the little window in front of me the lifted lines of the great empty Himalayan landscape faded and fell into a blur.
Aus dem weiteren Zeugenprotokoll ergibt sich, dass ein Angehoeriger der Monarchie einige Tage vor dem Attentat dem oesterreichisch-ungarischen Konsulat in Belgrad Meldung von der Vermutung erstatten wollte, dass ein Plan zur Veruebung des Attentats gegen den Erzherzog waehrend dessen Anwesenheit in Bosnien bestehe.