Dodgson's shyness--"A Lesson in Latin"--The "Wonderland" Stamp-Case--"Wise Words about Letter-Writing"--Princess Alice--"Sylvie and Bruno"--"The night cometh"--"The Nursery 'Alice'"--Coventry Patmore--Telepathy--Resignation of Dr. Liddell--A letter about Logic.
In the course of the following year we find them at Meissen, in Saxony, whence they were driven out on account of the robberies and disturbances they committed; and then in Switzerland, where they passed through the countries of the Grisons, the cantons of Appenzell, and Zurich, stopping in Argovie.
"On Cotteswold Hills there meets A greater troop of gallants than Rome's streets E'er saw in Pompey's triumphs: beauties, too, More than Diana's beavie of nymphs could show On their great hunting days."
"We will here say for the benefit of our Northern readers, that the term 'ranch' is used in the Southwest instead of 'farm,' the ordinary laborer is termed a 'cowboy,' the horse used a 'cow horse,' and the herd of horses a 'cavvie yard.'
E. V. New Arm (The) 422 Nomads (The) 398 Revanche 362 Those Dresses 502 Veges on Strike (The) 490 Waiting for the Spark 440 Way Out 390 LANCASTER, G. B. Our Bivvie 87 LANGLEY, MAJOR F. O. Career (A) 179 Watch Dogs (The) 10, 200 LEHMANN, R. C. Bablingo.
74; contest in 1773, v. 354; mentioned, v. 107, n. 1, 372; Balmerino, v. 406; Balmuto, v. 70; Banff, v. 109; bare-footed people, v. 55; beggars, v. 75, n. 1; Belhelvie, sands of, v. 101, n. 4; Blackshieids, v. 404; Blair in Ayrshire, iii.
Footnote 2: C. Wiener, Perou et Bolivie, p. 717.
Vous, pauvres pleins d'envie, Vous, riches desireux; Vous, dont le char devie Apres un cours heureux; Vous, qui perdrez peut-etre Des titres eclatans, Eh gai!
* * * * * CHAPTER VIII (1892-1896) Mr. Dodgson resigns the Curatorship--Bazaars--He lectures to children--A mechanical "Humpty Dumpty"--A logical controversy--Albert Chevalier--"Sylvie and Bruno Concluded"--"Pillow Problems"--Mr.
as follows: "provided always that direct taxation ought to be proportioned to representation" Mr. DAVIE said it was high time now to speak out.
CONVIE, E, invite, convive.
Wandering by the beautiful banks of the river, along its green meadows, in a woody recess, I observed the following lines beneath an urn, cut in the rock on which it rested: Consacrer dans l'obscurite, Ses loisirs a l'etude, a l'amitie sa vie, Sont des plaisirs dignes d'envie; Etre cheri vaut mieux qu'etre vante!
Then the Judge gave his decree, that the sloop & cargo should be sold at vendue, & the one half thereof should be paid the Capturers for salvage, free from all charges; that Jean Baptiste Domas, Pedro Sanche, & Andrew Estavie, according to the laws of England, should remain as prisoners of war till ransomed; and that Augustine & Francisco, according to the laws of the plantations, should be the slaves, & for the use of the Capturers.
Dodgson's generosity--College services--Religious difficulties--A village sermon--Plans for the future--Reverence--"Symbolic Logic" CHAPTER IX (1897-1898) Logic-lectures--Irreverent anecdotes--Tolerance of his religious views--A mathematical discovery--"The Little Minister"--Sir George Baden-Powell--Last illness--"Thy will be done"--"Wonderland" at last!--Letters from friends--"Three Sunsets"--"Of such is the kingdom of Heaven" CHAPTER X CHILD FRIENDS Mr. Dodgson's fondness for children--Miss Isabel Standen--Puzzles--"Me and Myself"--A double acrostic--"Father William"--Of drinking healths--Kisses by post--Tired in the face--The unripe plum--Eccentricities--"Sylvie and Bruno"--"Mr.
Anies good name for envie or despite.
This morning, I have given what is most probably my last: the lecture is now reduced to nine, of whom all attended on Monday: this morning being a Saint's Day, the attendance was voluntary, and only two appeared--E.H. Morris, and G. Lavie.
Native Teachers James Garvie, Santee Agency, Neb. Jennie M. Cox, " " " Eugenia LaMoore, Brown Earth, Dak.
Harvie Branscomb (A); 28Jun54; R132350.
640 Now, when the sloathfull fit of lifes sweete rest Had left the heavie Shepheard, wondrous cares His inly grieved minde full sore opprest; That balefull sorrow he no longer beares For that Gnats death, which deeply was imprest, 645 But bends what ever power his aged yeares Him lent, yet being such as through their might He lately slue his dreadfull foe in fight.
Judaei maxime insectantur foedum hunc, et immundum apud Christianas Concubitum, ut illicitum abhorrent, et apud suos prohibent; et quod Christiani toties leprosi, amentes, tot morbili, impetigines, alphi, psorae, cutis et faciei decolorationes, tam multi morbi epidemici, acerbi, et venenosi sint, in hunc immundum concubitum rejiciunt, et crudeles in pignora vocant, qui quarta, luna profluente hac mensium illuvie concubitum hunc non perhorrescunt.
I thinke I sha'not, unless it be to wonder, When you are in the Ivie bush, that face Cut upon Tafata, that creame and prunes, So many plums in white broth, that scutcheon of Pretence powderd with ermines.
Livre I.--Vie de Jesus.
along the right bank of the Spey, crossed the mountains of Badenoch, passed through Athole into Angus, and after a circuitous march of some hundred miles, reached and took the castle of Fyvie.
W.E., Tory member for Newark; proposal to Murray about "Church and State"; visit to Holland; "Church and State" published, and "Church Principles"; letter to Murray on Copyright Bill Gleig, Rev. George Glenbervie, Lord Gooch, Dr., anecdote of Lord Nelson Gordon, General Sir Robert Graham, Mrs. (Lady Callcott); intimacy with Murray Grahame's "British Georgies" Grant, Sir Robert; his articles in Q.R. on "Character of the late C.J. Fox" Greenfield Guiccioli, Countess; Murray's kindness to; Brockedon's portrait of Gurney, Joseph Gurwood, Col.,
I made my way with difficulty through the crowd to the ancient street called the Salt Market, in which Scott places the habitation of Baillie Jarvie.
Que ton simple sentier ne soit point frequente Par aucun tourment de la vie Tels que l'ambition, l'envie, L'avarice, et la faussete!
Have I rid all this Circuite to levie the powers of your Iudgment, that I might not proove their strength too sodainly with so violent a charge; And do they fight it out in white bloud, and show me their hearts in the soft Christall of teares?
Sma' need has he to say a grace, Or melvie his braw claithing!
"What, do you want to teach me manners, Maulvie Saheb (doctor learned in Mohammadan law)?"
So entirely lost is the Saxon meaning of the word knave, (A.S. cnava, German knabe,) that the name nauvie, assumed by railway-laborers, has been transmogrified into navigator.
Herzegovina does actually touch the sea at two places--for a few miles at the swampy mouth of the Narenta below Metkovie, and for a mile at Castelnuovo-Zelenika, inside the Bocche di Cattaro.
Puno boasts a soldier's monument and a new theater, really a "movie palace."
He was a Mussulman, my father having had him taught with special care by a holy moulvie, by reason of the fact that his mother had had him sprinkled with holy water by her priests and had taught him the tenets of the Christian faith--doubtless a high and noble one since your honour is of it."
"For Ida selfe, in ayde of that fierce fight, 505 Out of her mountaines ministred supplies; And like a kindly nourse did yeeld, for spight, Store of firebronds out of her nourseries Unto her foster children, that they might Inflame the navie of their enemies, 510 And all the Rhetaean shore to ashes turne, Where lay the ships which they did seeke to burne.
Arthur Lucius Michael Gary & David Alexander Ogilvie (E); 5Nov63; R325168.
In a puppet play, Were but my storie written by some scholler, Twould put downe hocas pocas and the tumblers And draw more audience than the Motion Of Ninivie or the dainty docile horse That snorts at Spaine by an instinct of Nature.
Ten days after, Murray's first parliament met, and passed an act, in which they mention previe letters written halelie wholly with her awin hand.
As Lucifer excels the meanest star, 20 Or as the full-orbed Phoebe, Lucifer, So much did Herse all the rest outvie, And gave a grace to the solemnity.
Thys noble knave Was pryvie to the passadge.
Oh would to God, the deed were now to do, And I were privie to your ill intent, You should not do it then for all the world.
The first player might say, "My rest is up"; the other players might either discard or say, "See it"; then the first player would either "revie" it (cover with a larger sum) or throw up his cards.
She replied: "Si c'est mon mari de qui vous parlez, cela m'est tout a fait egal; si c'est le Duc d'Aosta, je serai ravie de le voir."
"La matiere dont il est question, Monsieur, sera d'autant plus interessante a votre Excellence, qu'on peut la regarder comme une voix de reponse adressee a l'ancienne Scandinavie, proclaimant les prodiges merveilleux de la science moderne, des bords memes du Vinland des Vikinger hardis et entreprenants du dixieme et de l'onzieme siecles.