IV.--Ivanhoe's Wedding At the castle of Coningsburgh all was a scene of busy commotion when the Black Knight, attended by Ivanhoe, who had muffled his face in his mantle, entered and was welcomed gravely by Cedric--by common consent the chief of the distinguished Saxon families present.
She turned and drank some wine from the great gold Jarvan goblet which I had brought from the temple of Boro Budor, her head quite covered in by it.
Javan and Ceylon crops.
Crawfurd observes that the names of all the domestic animals in the Philippines belong to foreign languages, Those of the dog, swine, goat, carabao, cat, even of the fowl and the duck, are Malay or Javanese; while those of the horse, ox, and sheep, are Spanish.
In the fifth, he gives an account of the city and Court of Constantinople, as follows: Constantinople is an exceedingly great city, the capital of the Javanites, or the nation called Greeks, and the principal seat of the emperor Emanuel, whose commands are obeyed by twelve kings, for every one of whom there are several palaces in Constantinople, and they have fortresses and governments in other places of the empire, and to them the whole land is subject.
Outside the east gate of the Jetavana, at a distance of seventy paces to the north, on the west of the road, Buddha held a discussion with the advocates of the ninety-six schemes of erroneous doctrine, when the king and his great officers, the householders, and people were all assembled in crowds to hear it.
Returning in less than three minutes, a warder announced "that the Prior Aymer of Jorvank, and the good knight Brian de Bois-Guilbert, Commander of the Order of Knights Templars, with a small retinue, requested hospitality and lodging for the night, being on their way to a tournament to be held not far from Ashby-de-la-Zouche."
The well-known recipe for making a Macedonian Slav village Bulgar is to add -ov or -ev (pronounced -off, -yeff) on to the names of all the male inhabitants, and to make it Serb it is only necessary to add further the syllable -ich, -ov and -ovich being respectively the equivalent in Bulgarian and Serbian of our termination -son, e. g. Ivanov in Bulgarian, and Jovanovit in Serbian = Johnson.
Et quae non prosunt singula, multa juvant.
Nor was the tradition wholly obliterated in the age of Augustus, for Tibullus evidently congratulates himself upon his garret, not without some allusion to the Pythagorean precept: Quam juvat immites ventos audire cubantem-- Aut, gelidas hibernus aquas quum fuderit Auster, Securum somnos imbre juvante sequi!
nihil ab aeris caligine aut figurarum varietate impeditus meram pulchritudinem meruit, exultans et misericordia motus, cognatos amicos qui adhuc morantur in terra tuetur, errantibus succurrit, &c. Deus hoc jussit ut essent genii dii tutelares hominibus, bonos juvantes, males punientes, &c. 6509.
Three days journey from Colonna, to the north-west, we come to the city and province of Moscow, or Mosqua, where the great Duke Jvan or John resides; and through this province there runs a river of the same name, having several bridges over it; and from which the city and province have probably acquired their names.
With tears in his eyes, and a feeble voice, he said: "My name is Ratnodbhava; I am the son of a minister of the King of Magadha; travelling about as a merchant, I came, many years ago, to the island of Kalayavana.
CONSTANT (Ned), the former lover of Lady Brute, with whom she intrigued after her marriage with the surly knight.--Vanbrugh, The Provoked Wife (1697).
SEE Price, Carl F. PRIEST, ANNE KAVANAGH-.
This journey was described by the famous Persian historian, Emir-Khond, or Emir-Khovand, usually known by the name of Mirchond, in his performance, entitled, "Of the Wonders of the World."
The Law of Death The song of Kilvani: fairest she In all the land of Savatthi.
Afrasiyab despatched thirty thousand of his troops under the command of Shimasas and Khazervan to Zabulistan, to act against Zal, having heard on his march of the death of the illustrious Sam, and advanced himself upon Dehstan with four hundred thousand soldiers, covering the ground like swarms of ants and locusts.
The Khivan arrived with the horses at six next morning.
Georgians and Circassians in scarlet tunics and silver cartridge-belts, Turks in fez and frock-coat, Greeks and Albanians in snowy petticoats and black gaiters, Khivans in furs and quaint conical lamb's-wool hats, Tartars from the Steppes, Turkomans from Merv, Parsees from Bombay, African negroes,--all may be seen in the Tiflis Bazaar during the busy part of the day.
Then she turned the card and read on its reverse, Lord Maxwell O'More, M. P., Killvany Place, County Clare, Ireland.
HOROSCOPE, m., observation qu'un astrologue faisait de l'etat du ciel a l'heure de la naissance d'un enfant, et par laquelle il pretendait connaitre a l'avance les evenements de sa vie.
Fortunately, a Scotch physician, of the name of Brown, was proceeding in the service of the empress as far as the province of Kolyvan, who offered him a seat in his kabitka, and thus assisted him on his journey for more than three thousand miles.
--Shocking Barbarity.--Nobb's Letter.--Marquesas.--The Low Islands.--New Caledonia.--New Zealand.--The Bay of Islands.--Captain Cook's Story.--A Curious Idea.--Aranghie.--Cannibalism.--New Holland.--Story of Mr. Meredith.--Australian Barbarism.--Australian Lakes.--Van Diemen's Land.--Coral Reefs.--Story of Kemba CHAPTER VII.
P. LAMPENI.--Van Dieman's Land, 1833.
Le roi d'Angleterre l'apercevant un jour dans une rue de Londres, dit a quelques-uns de ses courtisans: "Je voudrais bien savoir a quoi nous sert ce petit homme qui marche de travers."
In the number of these anitos they placed their grandfathers and great-grandfathers, whom they invoked in all their necessities, and in whose honor they preserved little statues of stone, wood, gold, and ivory, which they called liche or laravan.
Post larationem sine mensa prandium," says Seneca, "post quod non sunt lavandae manus;" that is, "after bathing, I take a prandium without sitting down to table, and such a prandium as brings after itself no need of washing the hands."
This name is generally considered to be derived from the word lavando, gerund of the verb lavare, "to wash" or "to bathe," and to originate from the ancient Roman custom of perfuming baths with the flowers of this plant.
Entonces, que tu culpa y tus despojos La tierra guardara Lavandote en las ondas de la muerte Como en otro Jordan; Alli, donde el murmullo de la vida Temblando a morir va, Como la ola que a la playa viene Silenciosa a expirar; Alli, donde el sepulcro que se cierra Abre una eternidad... Todo cuanto los dos hemos callado iLo tenemos que hablar!
Nisi infirmitatis necessitas cogat, corpus saepius non lavandum--Augustine, de monialibus, Migne, vol.
"With the single exception of a drive to Chichester, and to Lavant, where we spent a day with Mrs. Poole, and of having one or two friends to tea three times, there was no variety in the life which I have above described, during the whole month I passed with Mr. Hayley; and, I believe, the years that followed, to the time of his death, were as little varied as the days I have detailed.
Va, lui dit le ruisseau, sois fier de l'avantage d'offrir a chaque pas quelque nouveau danger.
Silbo el aire que habia permanecido un momento callado, y las hojas se lavantaron en confuso remolino, perdiendose a 10 lejos entre las tineblas de la noche.
cum famulae lavantis vestes incuriosus custodirent, &c. mandavit per universam Aegyptum ut foemina quaereretur, cujus is calceus esset eamque sic inventam.
That boys in the Praetexta did not bathe in the public baths, is certain; and most unquestionably that is the meaning of the expression in Juvenal so much disputed--"Nisi qui nondum aere lavantur."
EPOUVANTER, effrayer; jeter dans l'epouvante, la frayeur.
"Quand on a tout perdu et qu'on a plus despoir On prend l'devant sa chemise pour sa farie un mouchoir."
Footnote 1: "Sientan y confiessan un supremo senor, y hazedor de todo, al qual los del Piru llamavan Viracocha. * *
--iNunca!...Ya el viento que nos dejo reposar un punto vuelve a soplar, y ya me siento estremecida para levantarme de la tierra y seguir con el.
Mientras duro la colacion prolongose esta escena, en que la credulidad del joven montero fue, por decirlo asi, el tema obligado del general regocijo; de modo que cuando se levantaron los panos, y don Dionis y Constanza se retiraron a sus habitaciones, y toda la gente del castillo se entrego al reposo, Garces permanecio un largo espacio de tiempo irresoluto, dudando si a pesar de las burlas de sus senores, proseguiria firme en su proposito, o desistiria completamente de la empresa.
Apenas empezo a escucharse ese ruido particular que produce el agua que se bate a golpes o se agita con violencia, Garces comenzo a levantarse poquito a poco y con las mayores precauciones, apoyandose en la tierra primero sobre la punta de los dedos, y despues con una de las rodillas.
Se encerro por tres dias en el fondo de una caverna que le servia de asilo, y al cabo de ellos dispuso que se fundiesen las diabolicas armas, y con ellas y algunos sillares del castillo del Segre, se levantase una cruz.
pense; icuantas veces el genio Asi duerme en el fondo del alma, Y una voz, como Lazaro, espera Que le diga: "Levantate y anda!"
Yo rezaba, rezaba absorta en mis pensamientos religiosos, cuando maquinalmente levante la cabeza y mi vista se dirigio al altar.
After another month of suspense, Sham Babu learnt that Srish's bubble had been pricked, and that he had levanted, no one knew whither, to escape a swarm of creditors.