Hodgson, in his "Northumberland," says of this region, "All the said Kydlande is full of lytle hilles or mountaynes, and between the saide hilles be dyvers valyes in which discende litle Ryvvelles or brokes of water, spryngynge out of the said hilles and all fallynge into a lytle Rever or broke callede Kidlande water, w'ch fallethe into the rever of cockette nere to the towne of alwynntonn, w'tin a myll of the castell of harbottell."
Love lyes a bleeding here, Evadne there Swells with brave rage, yet comely every where, Here's a mad lover, there that high designe Of King and no King (and the rare Plot thine) So that when 'ere wee circumvolve our Eyes, Such rich, such fresh, such sweet varietyes, Ravish our spirits, that entranc't we see None writes lov's passion in the world, like Thee.
Assuredly there is not one of us who would not share his thought; like him, we have trembled at the name of this victim of the Revolution, but it is not with Marie-Antoinette that we are concerned here, it is with the Castle Vaubyessard.
In Hebrew, too, we have the same two phrases, e.g., VAYESANOV 'ETTA`EMOV (I Sam.
verily, C2, C; +verralyest+, superl.,
The wisest homely woman can't make a man of sense of a fool, but the veryest fool of a beauty shall make an ass of a statesman; so that, in short, I can't see a woman of spirit has any business in this world but to dress--and make the men like her.
Vidyeswara, the conjuror who married Rajavahana to Avantisundari.
Wicked wretch!--Insolent villain!--yes, she called me insolent villain, although so much in my power!
Thereupon a torrent of invectives was poured on the poor young man, who was quickly surrounded by a crowd of eager faces: One charming young person exclaimed, "Why, he is a disguised sergent-de-ville!"--"Yes, yes; he is a gendarme!"
I heard him," said Mr. Rushton, vindictively--"yes, distinctly heard him whisper, 'There's old Rushton again, come to growl, and not buy anything.'
* Virelayes, roundelays.
a sort of rondeau, ND; +virelayes+, pi.,
"I am extremely sorry to hear it, as in duty bound; still, I am quite determined to come, that I may see you, and pay my visit,--yes, and have my dinner: for I suppose your cook has not got the gout as well".
No, my good Lords, those vollyes never fright me; Yet, not to seeme remisse or sleep secure here, I have taken order to prevent their angers; I have sent Patents out for the choicest Companies Hether to be remov'd: first, Collonell Veres From Dort; next Sir Charles Morgans, a stowt Company; And last my Cosens, the Count Ernests Company: With theis I doubt not to make good our busines; They shall not find us babes.
Et pour ce, affin que le commandement de Dieu soit mis a execution bien convenablement, il convient avoir plusiers voyes et baillier a chascun ce qui lui est plus convenable; et ainsi pourroit il le commandement de Dieu accomplir; .... Pour tant je, vostre petit chappelain, a vostre requeste, que je tieng pour commendement, vous ai volu translata de latin en francais le Gieu des Eschas moralise, que fist l'un de nos freres, appele frere Jaques de Cossoles, maistre en divinite, si que vous l'entendes plus legierrement; et a exemple des nobles hystoires qui y sont nottees, veuilles maintenir, quant a vous, honnestement, et quant aux autres justement.... Or prenes done ce petit present, comencie le 4'e jour de May, l'an 1347."
Thys that Ive kepte as a stronge cordyall Agaynst your vyllanyes.
For hit happeth ofte tymes that diuerce officers accuse the good peple fraudulently/ To thende that they myght haue a thanke & be preysed and to abide stille in theyr offices And trewly hit is a grete and hye maner of malyse to be in will to doo euyll and diffame other wyth oute cause to gete glorie to hymself Also the kepars and officers of cytees ought to be suche that they suffre no wronges ne vylonyes to fore the Iuges and gouernours of cytees wyth out cause to be doon to them that ben Innocents/ but they ought to haue theyr eyen and regarde vnto hym/ that knoweth the hertes and thoughtes of alle men/ And they ought to drede & doubte hym wyth oute whos grace theyr wacche and kepynge is nought And that promyseth to them that doubte hym shall be ewrous & happy/ And by hym ben alle thynges accomplisshid in good/ Hit is founden in the historyes of rome that Temperour Frederik the seconde dide do make a gate of marble of meruayllous werke and entayll in the cyte of capnane vpon the watre that renneth aboute the same/ and vpon this yate he made an ymage lyke hymself sittynge in his mageste/ and two Iuges whiche were sette/ one on the right side and that other on the lifte side.
+wakepleyes+, ceremonies attending the vigils for the dead,C. +Waken+, v. to be awake, to wake, cease from sleep, S, PP, S2; +woc+, pt.
Wacks.--Yes, the Alaska seal contracts will undoubtedly include the great Seal of the United States.
The foresayd Emperor (to the end that trauailers may haue all things necessary throughout his whole empire) hath caused certaine Innes to be prouided in sundry places vpon the high wayes, where all things pertaining vnto victuals are in a continuall readinesse.
The slaveholder will not only not labor with his hands to supply the wants of others, and "to support the weak;" but he makes others labor to supply his wants:--yes, makes them labor unpaid--night and day--in storm, as well as in sunshine--under the lash--bleeding--groaning--dying--and all this, not to minister to his actual needs, but to his luxuriousness and sensuality.
The thirde yssue is that he may go on the lifte syde in to the place to fore y'e marchant whiche is sette to fore the kynge/ the whiche is black/ And the refon is for as moche as he ought and is holden to deffende the kynge as well as his owen persone/ whan he passith the first draught/ he may goo foure wayes/ And whan he is in the myddes of the tabler he may goo in to .viii.
"Well,--yes: some folks 'd call it so.
To this and the other noisy, very great-looking Simulacrum with the whole world huzzaing at its heels, he can say, composedly stepping aside: Thou art not true; thou art not extant, only semblant; go thy way!--Yes, hollow Formulism, gross Benthamism, and other unheroic atheistic Insincerity is visibly and even rapidly declining.
Was it your setter who behaved so well?'--'Yes, mine, sir,' replied the youth, getting rather red over this examination. '
"Well,--yes,--good-bye, I suppose,--and--and promise me one thing?"
How happy we were!--yes, I believe he loved me enough then to be happy, even as I was.
And so abode the childe in the hermytgage & lyuyd there in good werkes After this hit apperteyneth to a labourer to entende to his laboure and flee ydlenes/ And thou oughtest to knowe that Dauid preyseth moche in the sawlter the treve labourers and sayth/ Thou shalt ete the labour of thyn handes and thou art blessid/ and he shall do to the good And hit behoueth that the labourer entende to his labour on the werkedayes for to recuyell and gadre to gyder the fruyt of his labour/ And also he ought to reste on the holy day/ bothe he and his bestes.
And the King of Abcaz hathe the more strong contree: and he alle weyes vigerously defendethe his contree; azenst alle tho that assaylen him; so that no man may make him in subieccioun to no man.
The salutation of that letter is remarkable: "Heloise to her lord, to her father, to her husband, to her brother: his servant,--yes, his daughter; his wife,--yes, his sister."
"Why,--yes,--no,--that is, I'm going down along,--little uncertain how far,--depends on circumstances." "
Oh, your wife!--yes, she's well and fit.
And unto Adam He said, "Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife"--yes, and because thou wilt hearken--"thy sorrow shall be in the labor of the earth; the ground shall be cursed;" in all material things shall be cross and trouble, not against you, but "for your sake." "
I saw myself,--and yet,--yes, there was a similitude to that I saw in memory; and then that strange, sad seeming of soul-sense, that says, "Such as you are, you have been somewhere for ages," overwhelmed and sent shakings of solemn ague to me.
Philip Withers,"--yes, she knew it by that broken corner, as though it had been marked so for a purpose.
These Taylors are the wittyest knaves that live by bread.
'I have been so busy with my own work----Yes, I shall be glad to see.'
The manner and the shape of one or the other art, of one or other industry, has changed; the steam-engine has replaced the rowing-bench, and cannon replaced the catapult; but, as a whole, even your country, which you are proud to hear styled "the living wonder of the world"--yes, even your country in the New World, and England in the Old--England, that gigantic workshop of industry, surrounded with a beautiful evergreen garden; yes, all the dominions of the Anglo-Saxon race, can claim no higher praise of its prosperity, than when we say, that you have reproduced the grandeur of those ancient nations, and nearly equal their prosperity.
Her innocent forsooths and yesses.
"Yes,--she is charming, truly.
"Yes,"--she stuck the first pin into the upholstery of the sofa,--"but Pringle told me Mathilde had a visitor, and I thought it was my duty to stop and be a little parental."
Yes;--she and her boy would once again be bright for his sake;--for his sake there should again be gay ribbons and soft silks. '
Oh, no, no, no!"--"Oh, yes, yes, yes!"--she "yielded at last to overpowering numbers."
Look tee find why the woman went tee him; and try tee find the meanin' o' the sma' window behind the big chair.... Yes"--she seemed to be staring at some distant visible object--"watch the man Mareno--" "But--Mrs.
"Yessir, I did," a man replied, and spat disgustedly.
"Yes,--so we were; and now taking pussy for the godmother, the characters of the story are well personated,--all but the slipper," said Di, laughing, as she thought of the many times they had played it together years ago.
Such tribute could not have been offered by the rude inhabitants of Saghalien or Yesso.--E. This evidently but obscurely describes the Chinese characters; the most ingenious device ever contrived for the monopoly of knowledge and office to the learned class, and for arresting the progress of knowledge and science at a fixed boundary.--E. From this circumstance, it would appear that Rubruquis had found the court of the khan in the country of the Eluts, to the south of the Changai mountains, perhaps about latitude 44 deg.
"Yes,--some of them."
"Why, bless the child, yes,--spirits are always pacing up and down in lonely places.