Among other flowers possessing a similar feature may be noticed the wild succory, creeping mallow, purple sandwort, small bindweed, common nipplewort, and smooth sow-thistle.
Lilies and the flower-de-luce sprang up in the place of reeds; smilax and poison-oak gave way to the purple-plumed iron-weed and pink spiderwort; the bindweeds ran everywhere blooming as they ran, and on one of the dead cypresses a giant creeper hung its green burden of foliage and lifted its scarlet trumpets.
How Teufelsdrockh, now at actual hand-grips with Destiny herself, may have comported himself among these Musical and Literary dilettanti of both sexes, like a hungry lion invited to a feast of chickenweed, we can only conjecture.
I know most conversations reported in books are altogether above such trivial details, but folly will come up at every table as surely as purslain and chickweed and sorrel will come up in gardens.
CHICK'WEED (Conkey, i.e. Nosey), the man who robbed himself.
Regarding the beach, it might have been most reasonably supposed that it would be very thick with the driftweed; but this was not so, at least, not at that time; though a projecting horn of the black rock which ran out into the sea from the upper end of the island, was thick with it.
"Yes, I seen a good bit o' the Bosch, one way and another, before he got me in the leg," said Corporal Digweed. "
~The Diligence of the Young Wife of an Officer~ She gathers fast the large duckweed, From valley stream that southward flows; And for the pondweed to the pools Left on the plains by floods she goes.
"He drew her farther on to a small pool where duckweeds made a greenness on the water.
Hieracium pilosella, mouse-ear hawkweed, opens at 8, closes at 2.
In the spring of 1835, the overseer brought me a letter from my wife, written for her by her young mistress, Mr. Gateweed's daughter.
weld, Reseda luteola, dyer's greenweed, producing a green dye (distinct from woad, Florio being here wrong).
After the first of July the yellow flowers begin to watch the yellow fireflies; Hawkweeds, Loosestrifes, Primroses bloom, and the bushy Wild Indigo.
It was a village of one street, intended to be straight, crossing a decorous brook that turned the mill, and parting itself just below the church and the "store," to accommodate a small "green," where the geese waddled, hissed, and nibbled Mayweed all summer, and the boys played ball sometimes after school.
Within the fence everything is an impenetrable thicket of weeds and vines--blackberry, thistle, ironweed, pokeweed, elder, golden-rod.
The mode of procedure as practised in Northamptonshire is thus picturesquely given by Clare in his "Shepherd's Calendar:": "Or trying simple charms and spells, Which rural superstition tells, They pull the little blossom threads From out the knotweed's button heads, And put the husk, with many a smile, In their white bosom for a while; Then, if they guess aright the swain Their love's sweet fancies try to gain, 'Tis said that ere it lies an hour, 'Twill blossom with a second flower, And from the bosom's handkerchief Bloom as it ne'er had lost a leaf."
The humble yarrow, purple knapweed, field scabious, thistles with bright purple heads, and St. John's wort with its clean-cut stars of burnished gold and its pellucid veins, form a natural border along the hedge, where wild clematis or traveller's joy entwines its rough leaf stalks round the young hazel branches and among the pink roses of the bramble.
There tamarisk, which no green leaf adorns, And there the spicy Syrian costos burns; There centaury supplies the wholesome flame, That from Therssalian Chiron takes its name; The gummy larch tree, and the thapsos there, Woundwort and maidenweed perfume the air, There the long branches of the long-lived hart With southernwood their odours strong impart, The monsters of the land, the serpents fell, Fly far away and shun the hostile smell."
Rabbits did not belong in Australia, nor pondweed in England, but there they are, and dominating the situation.
In June the leaning towers of the white milkweed are jeweled over with red and gold beetles, climbing dizzily.
In the foreground were blue Raspberry-stems, yet bearing greenish leaves,--pale-yellow Witch-Hazel, almost leafless,--purple Viburnum-berries,--the silky cocoons of the Milkweed,--and, amid the underbrush, a few lingering Asters and Golden-Rods, Ferns still green, and Maidenhair bleached white.
Delicate lady-birds come and go to the milkweeds, spotted almost as regularly as if Nature had decided to number the species, like policemen or hack-drivers, from one to twenty.
Before the ugly machine and between it and the road which ran past the pond to the village was a grass-plot, much overgrown with burdock, pigweed, plantain and such unsightly vegetation, which seemed to find something congenial in the soil that bore an instrument for the torture of the gentler sex; but on one side of the post and leaning against it was a wild rosebush covered with fragrant flowers.
Just watch yourself some day after you've sown a crop of desires and you'll see promising little hells starting up within you like pigweeds and pusley after a warm rain in your garden.
Within the fence everything is an impenetrable thicket of weeds and vines--blackberry, thistle, ironweed, pokeweed, elder, golden-rod.
lying crushed and torn, like a piece of rockweed wrenched from its rock by a storm and thrown up withered upon the beach!
The local constable was applied to, and he at once instituted a house-to-house search, and at the same time advised the people to burn all the bucalauns (ragweed) on the field she vanished from, because bucalauns are sacred to the faeries.
VII Windflowers herald the Maytide, Rendering worth for worth; Ragweeds gladden the wayside, Biting the dugs of the Earth; Violets, scattering glories, Feed from the dewy gem: But dreamers are fed by the living and dead -- And what is the gift from them?
He likewise collected a number of herbs and simples; as Virginian snakeweed, contrajerva, pestilence-wort, angelica, elecampane, zedoary, tormentil, valerian, lovage, devils-bit, dittany, master-wort, rue, sage, ivy-berries, and walnuts; together with bole ammoniac, terra sigillata, bezoar-water, oil of sulphur, oil of vitriol, and other compounds.
And so on, each finding, as he or she sniffed at the seaweed, the windows of memory opening out on to the foam of summer seas.
313 Screws and Nails 311, 312 Scrofula, Remedy for 639 Scrofulous Ulcerations, Ointment for 545 Scurf, Ointment for 2417 Treatment of 2418 Scurvy, Remedy for 640 Sea Pie 1230 Sea water, Artificial, to Prepare 2458 Seaweeds, to Collect and Prepare 2337 Sedative Lotion 530 Sedatives, Properties of 899 Seidlitz Powders 2294 Self-Praise, Avoidance of 2002 Selling on Credit, Reasons for 993 Semicolon, Nature and Value of 202 Senna and Manna, to Render Palatable 2089 Confections 492, 493 Properties and Uses of 738 Separation of Man and Wife, Deed of 1567 September, Flowers for 266 Food in Season in 39 Servant, Deceased, Who may Claim Wages due to 1458 Incapacitated from Work, Law Relating to 1454 Leaving Without Due Notice 1451 Liability of, for Breakages 1450 Medical Attendance for, Liability of Employer 1462 Purchases Made by, for Employer 1469 Reservation of Special Privileges by 1465 Seduced from Employment, Employer's Recovery 1467 When he may Refuse to perform Certain Duties 1468 Woman, Married, Entitled to Receive her Wages 1461 Servants, Character, Law Respecting 1470 Disabled by Sickness, Law Relating to 1455 Dismissal of 1441 Dismissed, Wages Claimed by 1463 Hired by the Year, Law Relating to 1456, 1457 Hiring of 1441 Ill-paid and Young, Caution as to 474 (xxxvi) Livery, Special Law Concerning 1452 Menial, Agreements with 1445 Responsibility of Employers for 1468 should not Sleep with Children 2065 Special Hirings 1465 Treatment of 2202 Sesquicarbonate of Ammonia, Uses of 704 of Soda, Uses of 774 Seven-Bell Pasty 1245 Seville Oranges, Properties and Uses of 771 Sewing, by Candlelight, Hint on 474 (xxxiii) When best done 451 Shalots, to Pickle 1662 Shanks of Mutton for Stock 467 Sheep, fed near Sea, Why Flesh of Nutritious 1783 Sheepskins, Dried, for Hearthrugs 305 Sheets, to Mend 474 (xv, xxiii) Shelves in Tool Closet 315, 317 Sherbet, to Prepare 2292 Shetland Wool 1875 Shirts, to Mend 474 (xxiii) Shocks, Violent, Treatment of 1329 Shoes, Blacking for 2244 to Clean 2240 Waterproofing for 2245, 2246 Shop, Directions for Taking 2598-2609 Shopkeeper, Duties of 2608 Shopkeeping, Useful Work on 2609 Shrimps, to Choose 10 Sialogogues, Nature of 764 Properties of 900 Sick, Visiting the, Cautious as to 474 (xii), 1373 Sick-room, Borax in 2323 Jelly for 2131 Sideboard, Utility of 2618 Signature, How to Write it 229 Signification of Names 970 Signs of the Weather 962 Silk, Black, to Revive 2256 to Clean 2721 to Dye 2704-2710 Embroidery, Stitches in 1899 Flowered, to Clean 2720 to Remove Grease Spots from 2261 to Renovate 2255 to Restore Colour of 2257 Thread, How Made 1886 Various Kinds of 1887-1893 Silver, to Clean 409 Nitrate of, Uses of 780 Poisoning by, Treatment of 1351 to Remove Ink Stains from 403 Simmering Meat 29 (ii) Simplicity and Grace, Desirability of 1933 Singing, Utility of 1759 Single Pool (Billiards) 2586 Sinks, to Disinfect 344 Sir Roger de Coverley Dance Described 156 Skeleton Fruits 2331 Leaves 2330 Skin, Diseases of, How generally Caused 1721 Necessity of Keeping it Clean 919 to Soften 1685 Skittle Pool (Billiards) 2589 Sky, Colour of, a Sign of the Weather 964 Skylarks, Care of 2162 Sleep, How to Obtain 1761 of Children, Duration 2056-2064 Sling for the Arm 834 Sloe Wine 2763 Slugs, to Destroy 280, 2468, 2469 Small Birds, to Stuff 2340 Small-pox, Pitting in, to Prevent 583-586, 2437 Remedy for 641 Smell of Paint, to Remove 335, 336 Smithfield Hare 28 (viii) Smoky Chimney, to Guard Against 345 Snails, to Destroy 280 Traps for 281 Snipe, to Carve 2676 to Choose 26 Soap, Honey, to Make 1680 Liniment with Spanish Flies 508 Soapsuds, Economy of 441 Sociable, How to be 2007 Society, Conduct in 2013 Introduction to, Etiquette of 1925 Soda Cake 2104 Carbonate of, Properties and Uses of 774 Powders, Compound 569 Soda-water Powders 2293 Sofa, to Choose 302 to Clean 384 Soft Water, to Prepare 342, 458 Soldering, Neat Mode of 348 Soldiers, Cookery for 1130 Sole, to Carve 2641 Soles of Boots, Gutta Percha, to Put on 2247 Solitaire, Game of 135 Song Birds, Care of 2156-2162 Soporifics, Properties of 901 Sore Nipples, Ointment for 2408 Throat, Gargle for 2386 Inflammatory, Remedy for 619 Sores, Charcoal applied to 1777 Soup, Asparagus 1214 Carrot 1215 Clear Gravy 1210 French Beef, to Prepare 1134 Mutton 1132 Pea 1133 Portable 1211 Vegetable 1213 Vermicelli 1212 Spanish Dance 142 Fly, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1363 Uses of 767 Spasmodic Disorders, Prescription for 651 (12) Speaking, Correctly, Rules and Hints for 181 Errors in 161-168 Correction of 180 Special Marriage Licences 1939 Speculation, Game of 105 Spelling, Hints upon 214 Spirit Polish 2237 Spit, How to Use 1028 Splints, Substitutes for 836 Sponge Cake 2108, 2109 Almond 2110 Lemon 2121 Sponges, to Clean 1712 Spongio-Piline for Poultices 809 Spots from Furniture, to Remove 452 Sprains, Homeopathic Treatment of 956 Remedy for 2422, 2423 Spring Aperients 653 Square Words 70 Squills, Uses of 753 Squinting, Remedy for 2389 Squirrels, Care of 2166 Stable, Vaseline in the 2328 Staining, General Observations on 1413 Stains from Books, to Extract 426 Floors, to Remove 431 the Hands, to Remove 1683 Stair Carpet, to Sweep 379 Staircase on Fire 1384 Stamp On Envelope, Where to Place 224 Stamped Agreements between Landlord and Tenant 1531 Correspondence respecting 1532 Documents, Importance of 1533 Stamps for Bills of Exchange, &c. 2769 Star (or Asterisk) Definition of 213 Starch, Gum Arabic 2742 Mucilage of 588 Paste Models, to Form 2361 Steel, Rust on, to Remedy 370 Goods, to Preserve from Rust 414, 415 Stew, Irish, to Prepare 1162 Palatable, to Prepare 1163 Stimulant and Tonic Mixture 563 Gargle 523 Lotion 539 Stimulants, General 691 Local 728 Nature and Uses of 691 Properties of 902 Sting of Nettle, Cure for 2432 Stings of Bees and Wasps, Cure for 2430, 2431 of Insects, to Treat 1367 Stock, Brown 1223, 1224 from Shanks of Mutton 467 Stockings, Worsted and Lambswool, to Mend 2264 Stomach, Inflammation of, Remedy for 618 Stomachic Mixture 564 Stomachics, Properties of 903 Stone, to Stain 1414 Stoppers of Bottles, to Loosen 357 Stoves, Blacking for, to Make 396 Brunswick Black for 395 Strap, Leather, Convenience of 474 (xxix) Strasburg Potted Meat 1222 Straw Bonnets, to Bleach 2728 to Clean 2726 Matting, to Clean 381 Strawberry Ice Cream 2145 Water Ice 2147 Stuffing Birds, Quadrupeds, &c. 2339, 2340 Stuffing for Goose or Duck 1226 Styptics, Properties of 904 Succedaneum, Tooth Stopping 2446 Sucking Pig, to Carve 2626, 2663 Sudorific Powders 577 Sudorifics, Properties of 905 Suet Dumplings, Hint on Boiling 474 (xiv) Pudding, Plain 1280 Suffocation from Charcoal Fumes, to Treat 1372 from Noxious Gases, Treatment for 1338 Suffolk Dialect 169 Sugar Biscuits 2120 Icing for Wedding Cake 1956 Sulphate of Copper, Uses of 779 of Potash, Properties and Uses of 748 of Zinc 727 Eye-wash 482 Sulphur 736 and Potash Powders 572 and Senna Confection 495 Sulphuric Ether, Compound Spirit, Uses of 693 Nature and Uses of 709 Summer Champagne 2291 Sun, Warmth of, in Dwelling, Essential 914 Sunburn, Wash for 2442 Sunstroke, Treatment for 1339 Superiority, Intellectual, Rudeness in Boasting of 220 Suppers, My Wife's 1251 Surgery, Domestic 796 Surgical Dressings 797 Instruments for 798 Materials for 799 Operations, Minor 838 Swearing, Avoidance of 1995 Sweet Bags for Linen 2745 Dishes, Cold, to Redress 1296-1299 Sweetbread, to Prepare 1194, 1195 Swimming 1397-1412 Belts, to Make 1412 Comfort in 1401 Cramp in 1408 Dr. Franklin's Advice on 1398-1411 Kite, Aid of 1411 Syrup, Apples in 2139 Indian 2138 to Make 1629 Orange or Lemon Peel 2137 T Table of Days from One Month to Another 2771 of Expenses, Income, and Wages 2772 of Interest for Savings, Investments, &c. 2773 of Percentages 2770 Table, Dinner, How to Lay Neatly 474 (vi) 2617 Room, Economy of 2623 Table-covers, to Remove Ink Stains from 404 Tables, Dining, to Polish 385 to Preserve 330 Tamarind Drink 566-567 Uses of 734 Tapestry of Auxerre 1921 Painting 1920 Tart, Cold Apple, to Re-dress 1298 Tartar, Cream of 744 Emetic 758 Ointment 547 Tartaric Acid, Uses of 777 Tarts, Paste for 1249 Taste of Medicine, to Prevent 685, 686 Tatting, or Frivolite, Instructions in 1833-1840 Implements for 1834 Picots in 1840 Stitches in 1835, 1836 Trefoil 1838 Taxes Payable by Landlord 1486 Tea, Adulteration of 2757 Economy of 2295 to Make 2296-2298 Parties, My Wife's 2091 Standing in Tin 443 Why Made with Boiling Water 1799 Why its First Infusion has the most Aroma 1800 Why it often Cures Headache 1796 Tea-cakes 2099 Sally Lunn, to Make 1024 Tea-kettle, to Keep Clean 341 Teal, to Dress 1235 Teapots, China, Desirability of 359 Teeth, Solution for 1687 Teething 2443 Homeopathic Treatment of 957 Telegraph, Love's 1978 Temper, Female, Management of 2184 Keep Your 474 (viii), 1991 Temperance, Benefits of 1764-1767 Tenancies, Notices Relating to 1483 Yearly, Terms of 1484 Tenant and Landlord, Law of 1471-1533 Indemnity to Incoming Tenant 1487 Notice to Quit 1498 Stamped Agreements 1531 Tent of Lint 802 Termination of Leases 1480 Terra Cotta Painting 1922 Theory of Cooking 1034 Thinning the Blood, Mode of 2454 Thirty-four Puzzle, The 2592 Throat, Bone in, Treatment for 1332 Inflamed, Gargle for 526 Inflammatory Sore, Remedy for 619 Sore, Gargle for 2386 Thrush, Remedy for 643 Thrushes, Care of 2157 Thumb, Dislocated, Remedy for 1323 Tic-Douloureux, Remedy for 644, 2385 Tincture of Allspice 2207 of Camphor, its Uses 938 of Lemon Peel 2308 Tin, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1349 Tin-ware, Care of 444 to Clean 413 Titled Persons, to Address Properly 235 Toads, Uses of, in Gardens 279 Toast, Anchovy 1202 Toddy, Whisky 2282 Toilet, Borax for the 2320 Etiquette of the 1926 Vaseline for the 2326 Young Lady's 1713 Tolu, Uses of 763 Tomato Sauce 2227 Tongues, to Carve 2664 to Cure 1652 Glazing for 1651 Tonic, Aperient, Prescription for 656 Gargle 523 Pills 552 Powders 570 and Stimulant, Mixture 563 Tonics, Nature and Uses of 714-719 Prescriptions for 651 (18, 27, 45) Properties of 906 Tools, Family Chests and Closets of, to Furnish 308-324 How to Find When Wanted 324 How to Keep in Place 321, 322 Injured if Kept in Box 319 Necessary for Household Use 310 Suspension of, against Walls 318 Visible when Hung against Wall 320 Toothache, Cure for 645, 2444 Tooth-powder, American 1690 Camphorated 1688 Myrrh 1689 Quinine 1691 Tooth-stopping, Gutta Percha 2445 Succedaneum 2446 Tortoiseshell, Imitation of 1423 Tow, Surgical Uses of 804 Towels, Worn, to Mend 474 (xv) Tracing Paper, to Make 2343 Tragacanth, Properties and Uses of 788 Travellers, Cookery for 1130 Nightcap for 2281 Trays, Japanned, to Clean 393 Trees, Mildew on, to Remove 278 Tricotee, or Oriental Crochet 1823 Troco, or Lawn Billiards 2595 Rules of 2596 Trou Madame 2581 Trout, to Carve 2647 Turbot, to Carve 2637 Turkey, to Carve 2626, 2677 to Choose 19 Cold, to Dress 1172 Pulled, to Prepare 1173 Turnip Radishes, to Boil 1123 Turnips, Cold, to Dress 1121 Turnip-wine 2276 Turpentine Enema 513 Liniment 509 Oil of 755 Venice 749 Tusseh Silk 1890 Typhus Fever, Remedy for 646 U Uncleanliness of Person Deprecated 2022 Underdone Meat 1073 Unfermented Cakes 2098-2100 Unmarried Ladies, How to Address 236 (v) Ure's (Dr.,) Ink 2482 Urns, Japanned, to Clean 393 V V, Use of, for W, Enigma on 215 Valerian, Nature and Uses of 707 Valse a Deux Temps 151 Cellarius 148 Vapour Bath, Improvised 2451-2452 Varnish for Damp Walls 333 for Cabinet Work 365, 366 Vaseline, Uses of 2324-2328 Veal a la mode 1159 Breast of, to Carve 2662 to Choose 13 Cold, ragout of 1164 Fillet of, to Carve 2661 to Roast 1048 and Ham Patties 1256 Knuckle of, to Carve 2666 Loin of to Carve 2660 to Roast 1049 Minced 1144 Neck of, to Roast 1051 Pie 1243 Rissoles 1146 to Roast 1047 Sausages, to Make 1189 Shoulder of, to Roast 1050 to Stew 1135 Sweetbread, to Roast 1052 Various Joints of, Described 28 (v) When in Season 28 (v) with White Sauce 1145 Vegetable Irritant Poisons, Treatment for 1361 Vegetables, to Boil 1093, 1097-1100 for Children 2078 to Choose 1091 to Choose Fresh 1101 to Cleanse from Insects 1102 to Cut or Gather 1095 for Dinner, Where to set them 2625 for Drying 36 (v)-38 (v) Forced, When in Season 31 (v), 33( v) for Pickling 37 (vi), 38 (vi) to Prepare for Cooking 1088 Preservation of 1096 Quality of 1091 Soup 1213 Unripe 1090 to Wash and Clean 1094 When in Season 31-42 (iv) When Indigestible 1100 Vegetation, Maturity of 1624-1627 Veil, White Lace, to Wash 2731 Velvet, Grease from, to Remove 433 to Renovate 2263 Venice Turpentine, Properties and Uses of 749 Venison, to Choose 18 Haunch of, to Carve 2651 Various Joints of Described 28 (vi) When in Season 28 (vi) Ventilation, Best Mode of 474 (xxxi) in Houses, Necessity of 918 Simple Method of 2449 Verb, Accent on 188 Vermicelli Soup 1212 Vermifuges 579, 580 Vermin, How Generally Bred 1722-1723 Vermin-killer, Borax as a 2314 Vesicants, Medical Properties of 907 Vinegar, Cheap and Good 2211 Cress 2210 Horseradish 2208 Mint 2209 Poultice 809 Raspberry 2285 Vingt-un, Game of 113-116 Method of Playing 114 Natural in 115, 116 Violent Shocks, Effects of, Treatment for 1329 Violet, Why Unfavourable to Every Complexion 1805 Visiting, Dress, Etiquette of 1927 Etiquette of 1936 the Sick, Cautions as to 474 (xii), 1373 Visits of Condolence, Etiquette of 1975 Vitremanie, Art of 2559 Vitriol, White, Nature and Uses of 727 Volatile Salt, Nature and Uses of 702 Vowels, Sounds of, Influenced by Accentuation 184 Vulgarity, Avoidance of 1994 W W, Use of, for V, Enigma on 215 Wages, Necessity of Receipts for Paid 1460 Table of 2772 Wainscot, Painted to Clean 398 Waiter at Table, Duties of 2629-2632 Waiters, to Clean 393 Walking, Proper Mode of 1758 Walls, Damp, to Remedy 332, 333 Walnut Ketchup 2204 Walnuts, to Pickle 1665 Waltz a Deux Temps 151 Cellarius 148 Circular 149 Cotillon 143 Polka 150 Redowa 147 Warehouseman, General Terms of Hiring 1464 Warmth, Dry, to the Body, Best Mode of Applying 837 for the Body, Desirability of 916 Exercise Best for Producing 917 Warts, Cure for 2427 Washing, Economy of Various Processes 2741 Frequent, Good Effects of 1735 Lime, Use of in 2734-2735 Machinery for 2738 Muslins and Chintzes 2740 to Prepare Hard Water for 2737 Preventive of Infection 1733-1734 Saving of Soap and Labour in 2739 Supremacy of Soapsuds 2736 Wasps, to Destroy 286 Stings of, Cure for 287, 2430 Waste, Caution Against 447, 466 Waste-paper, Economy of 328 Wasting of Fluid Part of Body 912 of Solid Part of Body 911 Water, Adulteration of 2758 as a Beverage, Excellence of 912 on the Brain, Remedy for 647 Effect of, on Meat, if Left in, when Cooked 1072 Encrustation of Certain Vessels by 341 Erect Position in 1403-1404 Hard, to Prepare for Washing 2737 Hard to Soften 342 Hot, Efficacy of 2453 in Holland and England 1730 Soft, to Prepare 458 Watercress, to Stew 1126 Waterproofing for Boots and Shoes 2245, 2246 Wax Flowers, to Make 2525-2536 Fruits, to Make 2525, 2537-2547 Models, to Make 2381 to Remove from Cloth 2260 Weather, Effects of, on the Blood 1760 Hot, Beverage for 2455 Precautions against 967 Signs of 962-966 Wedding; Breakfast, Etiquette of 1950 Bridegroom's Position in Church 1945 Cake, Almond Icing for 1955 Sugar Icing for 1956 Recipe for 1954 Cards, Etiquette of 1951 Ceremony, Formularies after 1948 Dress, Choice of 1943 Fees, Amount of 1947 Order of Going to and Coming from Church 1944-1949 Position of Bridesmaids 1946 Reception after, Etiquette of 1952 Ring, Why Worn on Fourth Finger 1980 Origin of Wearing 1979 Signature of Register in Vestry 1948 Tour, Best Places for 1953 Weights for Medicines 661 How Marked 662 Wet Blankets for Fire 1380 Wheeling Yarn 1880 Whey, Alum 2304 Whisky Toddy 2282 Whist, Advice to Players at 78 Laws of 76 Maxims for 75 Principles of 73-79 Short 77, 78 Terms Used in 74 White-Currant Jelly 2125, 2126 White-Lead as Cement 2498 White-Mice, Care of 2168 White-Vitriol, Nature and Uses of 727 Whites, Remedy for 648 Whiting, to Carve 2645 Whooping Cough (see Hooping Cough, 609) Widow's Claim on Intestate Estate 1586 Wife, and Husband, Hints to 2189 Debts of, before Marriage, Liability of Husband for 1581 Power of 2188 Property of, Order for Protection of 1576-1580 Wearing Apparel, &c., of, cannot be Willed Away 1595 Widgeon, to Dress 1235 Wild Duck, to Dress 1233 Sauce for 1234 Will, How to Make 1585-1599 Legal Alteration in 1591 Revoking 1589-1590, 1592 to Search for 1584 Simple Form of 1598 Special, should be Drawn by Legal Adviser 1599 Validity of 1587-1588 What to be Written on 1593 Window-curtains on Fire, How to Act 1382 Windows, Dirty 474 (ix) Open at Night, Bad Effect of 2068 Wine, Art of Making 2273 Biscuits 2106 Blackberry 2277 Elderberry 2278 Home-made, Varieties of, to Make 2273-2278 Parsnip 2275 to Serve at Dinner 2630 Stains from Linen to Remove 426 Turnip 2276 Wives, Hints for 2190, 2192, 2194, 2196 Woman's Conversation 217 Women, Christian Names of 972 Wood, Models of, to Construct 2357-2359 to stain 1430-1439 Woodcock, to Carve 2674 to Choose 26 Scotch, to Prepare 1193 Wooden Ware, Care of 444 Wool, to Dye 2711-2717 German or Berlin 1873 Other Kinds of 1878 Woollen Clothes, to Wash 442 Dresses, Coloured, to Clean 2721 Words, Mischoice of 166 Mispronunciation of 165 often Wrongly Pronounced, Proper Pronunciation of 197 Whose Meaning is not Varied by Accent 190 Whose Meaning is Varied by Accent 189 Work by Daylight Preferable in Winter 474 (xxvi) How to Accomplish 460 Wormwood, Nature and Uses of 718 Worms, Homeopathic Remedies for 959 in the Intestines, Remedy for 649 Remedies for 579, 580 Worsted Stockings, to Mend 2264 Wounds and Cuts, Treatment of 1324 Homoeopathic Treatment of 934 Wow-Wow Sauce 2230 Wrapping-Paper, to Purchase 325 Writing, for the Press, Directions for 247 Ink, to Remove from Paper 437 Materials, Advice Respecting 232 Paper and Books, Economy of 446 Paper and Envelopes should be Clean 233-234 Y Yak Lace and Fringe 1885 Yeast, Economical, to Make 1005 Poultice 809 to Make 1003-1004 Yellow Blinds in Smallpox 586 Lotion 536 Yorkshire, Dialect, Errors of 175 Example of 178 Pudding 1036 Young, Counsels for the 2185 Ladies, Advice to 2186 Lady's Toilette (Poetry) 1713 Youth, to Preserve Health in 1770 Yule Cake 2111 Z Zinc, Chloride of, Solution 781 and Camphor Eyewash 483 Eyewash 481 and Lead Eyewash 480 Oxide of, Uses of 712 Poisoning by, Treatment for 1350 Sulphate of, Nature and Uses of 727 "ENQUIRE WITHIN."
Jobling and young Smallweed sometimes stopt to talk with him.
He gathers bitter-bark, tansy; ginseng, calamus, smartweed, and slippery elm, and from along old fences and barnyards, catnip and boneset, I suppose he lives somewhere, a hole in a log, or the limb of a tree, but no one knows where it is, or how he dries or cures his findings.
From the hall she led us out on to the terrace to survey the park and the gardens about the house, and here, as within doors, all was in most admirable keeping, with no wild growth or runaweeds anywhere, nor any sign of neglect.
Tis an unweeded garden That grows to seed; things rank and gross in nature Possess it merely.
JOHN R. Blazing tumbleweed.
TUMBLEWEEDS, by Hal G. Evarts, with front.
There was blood on my brown boots, too, and the grey tweed clothes which I had not had time to change since arriving in Paris.
To all our injured friends in need, This side and beyond the Tweed!-- Let all pretenders shake for dread, And let his health go round.
A few days before this victory, the Scots had passed the Tweed.a The notion that they were engaged in a holy crusade for the reformation of religion made them despise every difficulty; and, though the weather was tempestuous, though the snow lay deep on the ground, their enthusiasm carried them forward in a mass which the royalists dared not oppose.
Newcastle, Duke of, Nugent, Mr. Orford, Earl of, Orford, Bishop of, Pelham, Mr. Percival, Lord, Phillips, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Powlett, Lord, Pulteney, Mr. Quarendon, Lord, Raymond, Lord, Sandwich, Lord, Sarum, Bishop of, St. Aubin, Sir John, Shippen, Mr. Somerset, Lord Noel, Speaker, the, Stanhope, Earl of, Talbot, Lord, Trevor, Mr. Tweedale, Marquis of, Walpole, Sir Robert, Walpole, Mr. Westmoreland, Lord, Winchelsea, Earl of, Yonge, Sir Wm.
Cromwell passed the Tweedd at the head of sixteen thousand men, most of them veterans, all habituated to military discipline, before the raw levies of the Scots had quitted their respective shires.
The folk of the plains called it the Cauldstaneslap, and it made an easy path for sheep and cattle between the Lothians and Tweeddale.
De Rykstad eer' en vier' dien Heilig in zyn grav; Dit tweede leeven geevt, die't eerste leeven gav: Maar 't ligt der taalen, 't zout der zeden, 't heerlyk wonder.
E. A. TWEEDIE Diaz has been hurled from power in his eighty-first year!
I hate that same twang, twang, twang, fum, fum, fum, tweedle, tweedle, tweedle, then scrue go the Pins, till a man's Teeth are on an edge; then snap, says a small Gut, and there we are at a loss again.
Their jerrymandered electoral methods are like wool in their ears, and the rejection of Tweedledum for Tweedledee is taken as a "mandate" for Tweedledee's distinctive brand of political unrealities.... Is this an incurable state of things?
Yet still the Hatter drinks his tea, The Duchess finds a moral, And Tweedledum and Tweedledee Forget in fright their quarrel.