It represents one of the general's perilous adventures in the Peninsular War, and is a vigorous addition to these admirable productions of the French school.
INDEX Aesop beast-fables Apuleius The Golden Ass likeness to Kipling Aristotle Secretum Secretorum Barrett, Charles Raymond Short-Story Writings Beast-fables Boccaccio Teseide Decameron Brown, Dr. John (1810-1882) Rab and His Friends Bunyan, John Cable Strange True Stories of Louisiana Cervantes Don Quixote Chaucer Coleridge Ancient Mariner Deeds of the Romans, The Defoe, Daniel (1661-1731) Short-Story Essay The Apparition of Mrs. Veal Dickens, Charles (1812-1870) The Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn Drelincourt Book on Death Fenton, Geoffrey Tragical Discourses Fuller, Thomas Garnett, Richard The Poison Maid Gesta Romanorum, The Hardy, Thomas (1840) The Three Strangers Harris, Chandler Uncle Remus Harte, Bret (1839-1902) The Outcasts of Poker Flat Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1807-1864) Dr. Heidegger's Experiment Hogg, James (1770-1835) the Ettrick Shepherd early life Shepherd's Calendar The Brownie of Bodsbeck Professor Wilson on The Mysterious Bride Holmes, Oliver Wendell Elsie Venner Hood, Thomas The Dream of Eugene Aram Ingoldsby Legends, The Irving, Washington (1783-1859) The Devil and Tom Walker James, Henry (1843) Julia Bride Kipling, Rudyard Just-so Stories Jungle-Book Finest Story in the World The Man Who Would be King Laws of the short-story Leech of Folkstone, The Malory, Morte D'Arthur Matthews, Professor Brander Morris, William, Defence of Guinevere Nathaniel Hawthorne, Rappaccini's Daughter North, Sir Thomas, Plutarch's Lives Of Temporal Tribulation Of the Transgressions and Wounds of the Soul Paynter, William, The Palace of Pleasure Peregrine Pickle Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-1849), laws of short-story; essay on Hawthorne; Tale of the Ragged Mountains; The Purloined Letter.
As a further illustration we may quote the old Polish custom, which consisted of visitors throwing wheat, rye, oats, barley, rice, and beans at the door of the bride's house, as a symbol that she never would want any of these grains so long as she did her duty.
AN'CHO, a Spanish brownie, who haunts the shepherds' huts, warms himself at their fires, tastes their clotted milk and cheese, converses with the family, and is treated with familiarity mixed with terror.
I wish you all happiness, and I thank you for the many kind things you have said, for the good advice you have given me.
SEE Hawthorne, Hildegarde.
2137 Seville, Properties and Uses of 771 Water Ice 2150 Ordinary Lotion 533 Organzine, What it is 1887 Ornamental Leather Work 2507 Ornaments, Brass, to Clean 373, 411 Personal, Appropriateness of 1932 Ostrich Feathers, to Clean 2725 Ottomans, to Clean 384 Oven, Dutch 1030 Revolving 1002 Ox-Cheek, to Stew 1160 Uses and Economy of 29(vii) Ox-Heart 28 (viii) Ox-Heel Jelly 2129 Ox-Tail, Uses and Properties of 28 (viii) Ox-Tongue 28 (viii) Oxalic Acid, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1362 Oxide of Zinc, Uses of 712 Oxygen of Air, Consumed by Fire 918 Oyster Fritters 1301 Ketchup 2203 Patties 1253 Pie 1265 Powder 2220 Oysters, Choosing 11 Curried 1182 Fried 1183 Raw, Why most Wholesome 1786 Stewed 1184 Why some have a Green Tinge 1787 P Pads, Surgical Employment of 808 Pains in Head and Face 2385 Paint for Garden Stands 473 Smell of, to Remove 335, 336 Painted Wainscot, to Clean 398 Paintings, Oil, Caution Respecting 356 Palatable Stew 1163 Palpitation of Heart 632 Pancakes 1304 Cream 1305 for Children 2081 Observations on 1310 Rice 1306 Paper Cement 2370 for Children 446 Hangings, to Choose 306 to Clean 382 Patterns, Black 2508 Printed, Unfit for Wrapping 326 to Remove Writing Ink from 437 to Stain 1425-1429 Wrapping 325 Papier-Mache Articles, to Clean 394 Parchment, to Stain 1425-1429 Paregorics, Properties of 894 Parenthesis 212 Parliament, Members of, to Address 240 (x), 246 Parrots, Care of 2163 Parsnip Wine 2275 Parson's Grate 997 Parties, Evening, Etiquette of 1937 Partridge, to Carve 2673 to Choose 25 Pie, Cold 1242 Pudding 1238 to Roast 1237 Paste for Fruit or Meat Pies 1248 for Meat or Savoury Pies 1258 Permanent 2490 Puff 1257 to Prepare 2489 Pastilles, for Burning, to Make 352 Pastime, Evening, Suggestions for 46 Pastry, Flour for 1250 for Tarts 1249 Pasty, Seven-Bell 1245 Patterns, Black Paper 2508 on Cloth or Muslin 2509 Patties, Chicken and Ham 1259 Egg and Ham 1255 Lobster 1254 Oyster 1253 Veal and Ham 1256 Pea Soup, Plain 1133 Peaches in Brandy 1637 to Preserve 1636 Pears Baked 1311 for Children, to Prepare 474 (xxviii) Peas, to Prepare for Children 2079 Powder 2213 Pudding 1286 When best Fit for Eating 1089 Pelote of Lint, its Use 802 Penelope Canvas 1905 Penny Pot (Billiards) 2590 Pepper, Adulteration of 2755 Cayenne 2212 Adulteration of 2750 Percentage of Loss in Roasting 1066-1067 Percentages, Table of 2770 Perfume, A Pleasant 1676 Period, or Full-stop, Nature and Value of 202 Perry 2201 Person on Fire 1319 Personal, Chattels, Meaning of Term 1612 Important Provision respecting 1613 Manners, Hints upon 1983-2024 Property of Married Women 1583 Persons of Rank, How to Address 237 Perspiration 1718 Peruvian Bark, Nature and Uses of 708 Petticoat, Flannel, Economy of 474 (xvii) Pharmacopoeia, Domestic 475 Pheasant, to Carve 2671 to Truss and Roast 1241 Phosphorus, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1355 Pianofortes, Hints on Keeping 248 Pickle, Indian, to Make 1671 Pickles, Various Kinds of 1659-1673 Pickling, Hints on 1656-1658, 1674 Pic-Nic Biscuits 2118 Picquet, Game of 131 Pie, Apple 1246 Calf's Head 1229 Fruit or Meat, Paste for 1248 Mutton 1244 Oyster 1265 Partridge, Cold 1242 Raised 1232 Rump Steak 1231 Savoury, Paste for 1258 Sea 1230 Veal 1243 Pie-dish, Cup in, Use of 1247 Pigeon, to Carve 2675 to Choose 23 Cold, to Dress 1172 Pike, to Carve 2648 Piles, Homoeopathic Remedies for 955 Ointment for 2409 Remedy for 633 Pills, Aperient 651 (3, 22, 44), 654 Various 548-554 Pitch, Burgundy 768 Pitting in Small-Pox, to Prevent 583-586, 2437 Plaice, to Carve 2640 Plant Skeletons 2330 Plants, to Protect from Leaf Lice 289 Plaster, Adhesive, to Prepare 806 of Paris, to Harden Objects in 2345 Plate, Uncleaned, Don't put by 474 (xx) Plated Ware, to Clean 409 Plum Cake 2092, 2102 Jam 2135 Pudding 1272 Cold, to Re-dress 1299 Cossack's 1137 Plums, to Preserve 1638-1639 Points in Punctuation Described 200-201 Importance of Properly Placing 205 Relative Duration of 203-204 Sentence Properly Punctuated 207 Sentence without, Illustrated 206 Poison, A, Definition of 1341 Poisoning, Treatment for, by Acids 1352 by Alkalies 1357 by Antimony 1348 by Arsenic 1345 by Bites of Reptiles or Animals 1365, 1366 by Baryta 1358 by Bismuth 1351 by Chlorine 1353 by Copper 1346 by Fish 1364 by Gold 1351 by Insect Stings 1367 by Lead 1354 by Lime 1356 by Mad Animals, Bites of 1366 by Mercury 1347 by Narcotics 1360 by Nitre 1359 by Oxalic Acid 1362 by Phosphorus 1355 by Reptiles, Bites of 1365 by Silver 1351 by Spanish Flies 1363 by Stings of Insects 1367 by Tin 1349 by Vegetable Irritant Poisons 1361 by Zinc 1350 How to Act in Cases of 1343 Symptoms of 1341 Poisons Antidotes for 1344 General Observations on 1340 Various Kinds of 1342 Poker, or Draw-Poker, Game of 132 Use of 986 Polish for Enamelled Leather 2239 Polishes, French 2237 Politeness, to Practise 2006 Polka 153 Country Dances 157 Waltz 150 Pomade, Castor Oil, to Make 1709 to Remedy Baldness 1699 Pomatum, Common 1707 Directions for Making 1706 Hard 1708 Pool (Billiards) 2585, 2590 Poor, Beds for the 329 Pope Joan, Game of 109 Porcelain to Clean 419-422 Red in 422 Pork, and Beef, Salted, to Stew 1131 to Choose 16 Fresh, to Stew 1135 Leg of, to Carve 2667 Loin of, to Carve 2668 Slices of, to Dress 1149 Spare Rib of, to Carve 2669 to Roast 1154 Various Joints of, Described 28 (iv) Porridge, Scotch 1203 Portable Soup 1211 Porter, to Brew 2272 Possession, Giving up Refused 1503 Postage Stamp, Where to Place on Envelope 224 Postal Districts in London 226 Potash and Sulphur Powders 572 Sulphate of 748 Potassa, Acetate of 752 Potato Balls ragout 1112 Colcanon 1110 Potato, Cheesecakes 1109 Fritters 1302 Pie 1118 Pudding 1283 Puffs 1261 Scones 1117 Snow 1113 Potatoes 1103 Boiled 1104 in Bread 1017 for Children 2079 Cold, to Dress 1119 Escalloped 1116 Fried in Slices 1115 Fried Whole 1114 Fried with Fish 1107 Mashed with Onions 1108 with Spinach and Cabbage 1120 New, when Best Fit for Eating 1089 to Peel 1105 to Preserve 1654 Roasted under Meat 1111 to Steam 1106 Pot-au-Feu, to Prepare 1134 Pot-Herbs for Drying, When in Season 36-38(v) Potichomanie, Art of 2559 Potted Beef 1221 Meat, Strasburg 1222 Poultices, Uses of 809 Poultry, to Fatten 2171 to Hash 1174 Hints Respecting 2173 ragout of 1171 to Roast 1064 When in Season 31-42 (iii) Powders, Medicinal 568-577 Prawns, to Choose 10 Precautions in Beginning Business 2604 in Case of Fire 1377-1390 in Giving Medicines 676 Prescriptions, Various 650, 651 Presence of Mind a Safeguard against Drowning 1405, 1406 Presentations, Etiquette of 1936 Preserves, Covering for 1630 Hints about Making 1628 Preserving Eggs 1642-1645 Fruit 1619-1623 Press, Direction for those who Write for 247 Preston Salts 2466 Pride, Avoidance of 1992 Principles for Government of Personal Conduct 1996 Personal, Avowal of 1988 Printed Papers, Unfit for Wrapping 326 Privileges of Servants 1465 Promise of Marriage, Breach of 1561-1566 Promissory Notes, Stamps for 2769 Pronunciation, Definition of 182 to Obtain Good Knowledge of 185 Proper, of Words often wrongly Pronounced 197 Rules of 196 Prophylactics, Properties of 895 Provincial Brogues, Hints for Correction of 193-195 Dialects, Examples of 176 Provincialisms, Effect of 179 Use of 168 Ptarmigan, to Roast 1239 Public Places, Behahaviour in 2018 Pudding, Almond 1284 Sauce for 1285 Apple 1269 Boston 1270 Barley 1281 Batter 1276 Baked or Boiled 1277 Black Hog 1192 Bread 1271, 1274 Cabinet 1273 Carrot 1282 Economical Family 1275 Fig 1279 Half Pay 1278 Mother Eve's 1315 Peas 1286 Plain Suet 1280 Plum 1272 Cold, to Re-dress 1299 Cossack's 1137 Potato 1283 Rice, Cold to Re-dress 1297 with Fruit for Children 2080 without Eggs 465 Yorkshire 1036 Puddings for Children 2081 Puff Paste 1257 Puffs, Potato 1261 Pulled Bread, to Make 1021 Punch, Scotch 2282 Punctuality, Practice of 2008 Punctuation, Definition of 198 Importance of 199 Marks Used in 200-213 Pure Air, Necessity of 910 Purgative Emulsion 582 Pills, Mild 550 Ordinary 551 Strong 549 Powders 576 Purgatives, Properties of 896 Put Game of 101-104 Laws of 104 Puzzle, Diagonal 67 Diamond 68 Oblique 66 Puzzles, Specimens of 65 Pyramids (Billiards) 2584 Q Quadrille, Game of 117 Quadrilles139 Quadrupeds, to Stuff 2339 Quassia, Uses of 715 Quinine Tooth-powder 1691 Quinsey, Remedy for 634 Quinze, Game of 134 Quotations, Greek and Latin, to be avoided 219 R Rabbits, Care of 2167 to Choose 24 Cold, to Dress 1172 to Hash 1174 Radishes, Turnip, to Boil 1123 Ragout of Cold Veal 1164 of Duck, Poultry, or Game 1171 Potato Balls 1112 Rags, Linen, Economy of 457 Raised Pie1232 Raspberry Ice Cream 2146 Vinegar 2285 Water Ice 2148 Rates and Taxes in Arrear, Indemnification against 1488 Rats, to Destroy 2467 Reading by Candle Light, Best Mode 474 (xxiv) in Bed 1394 Ready Money Purchases, Benefit of 990, 991, 994 Reckoner for Marketing 2775 Rebuses, Example of 69 Receipts for Wages paid 1460 Recipes, Miscellaneous Medicinal 578-588 Recovery of Damages by Workmen from Employer 1606-1609 of Land or Real Estate, Limitation of 1605 Red Cabbage, to Pickle 1661 Cement 2501 Currant Jelly 2124 Redowa Waltz Described 147 Refrigerants, Nature of 770 Properties of 897 Registration of Births 1959 of Deaths1963, 1964 Regularity in Living, Benefits of 1769 Relish for Chops 2233 Remedies, Chemical 769 Mechanical 782 Rent, Care of Receipts for 1497 Distraining for, Expenses 1582 Broker's Charges, Delivery of 1529 Legal and Illegal 1523 Due from Bankrupts 1526 Form of Receipt 1495, 1496 Goods Seized for, Valuation and Sale of 1530 Illegal Charges on Distraining for 1527 Legal Tender of 1494 Mode of Recovering 1522 Payment of, Imperative 1491 Receipt for, Legal Form of 1493 the Proper Person to Demand it 1492 When Legally Payable 1490 Repairs by Tenant 1477 of Household Property, Landlord's Neglect of 1478 Reptiles, Bites of, to Treat 1365 Respirators, Charcoal 1776 Revolving Ovens1002 Rheumatic Gout, Mixture for 2392 Rheumatism, Pills for 2390 Remedy for 635, 2422 Rhubarb, and Magnesia Powders 571 to Preserve 1634 Uses of 739 Wine 2273 Rice, and Apples for Children 474 (xxviii), 2083 to Boil, for Curry 1294 Bread, to Make 1019 to Dress, Black Man's Recipe 1292 Dumplings 1288 Lemon 1295 Pancakes 1306 Pudding, Cold, to Re-dress 1297 with Fruit for Children 2080 without Eggs 465 Yellow, to Dress 1293 Rickets, Remedy for 636 Rigollot's Mustard Leaves for Poultices 810 Rings, Finger 2746 Wedding 1979, 1980 Ringworm, Remedy for 637 Treatment of 2416 Roasting, Loss Occasioned by 1066-1067 Rationale of 1065 Remarks on 1035-1067 Roche's Embrocation for Hooping Cough 2404 Rolls, to Make 1023 French, to Make 1022 Roots, Greens, Salads, How to Refresh 1092 Rose Leaves, Uses of 725 Oil, Red 1704 Roses, Milk of 1710 Oil of 1705 Rose-trees, to Clear from Blight 277 Rosewood Furniture, to Polish 383 Imitation of 1438 Royal Family, How to Address 238, 239 Royal Game of Goose 2594 Rubefacients, Nature of 766 Properties of 898 Rules, and Hints for Correct Speaking 181 of Conduct 2183 Domestic, Mrs. Hamilton's 439 for Marketing, Dr. Kitchiner's 44 for Preservation of Health 909 of Pronunciation 196 Special, for Prevention of Cholera 908 Rum, Buttered 2284 Rumpsteak, and Onion Sauce 1158 Pie 1231 Rust, on Steel and Iron, to Remedy 370 Steel Goods, to Preserve from 414, 415 Rustic Work Seats for Models 2383 Rye and Wheat Flour1016 S Sage and Onion Sauce 2231 Sailors, Cookery for 1130 St. Vitus's Dance 642 Sal-Ammoniac as a Freezing Mixture 2153 Salad, French Mode of Dressing 1267 to Choose 1266 to Mix 1266 Mixture in Verse 1268 Sale of Food and Drugs Acts, Extracts from 2747 Salivation, Gargle for 522 Sally Lunn Tea Cakes, to Make 1024 Salmon to Carve 2642 to Choose 5 Salt, Beef and Pork, Stew of 1131 Drying for Table, Hint on 474 (xix) Liquor of Boiled Meat, How to Use 1076 Meat, Treatment of, before Boiling 1076 Salts, Preston 2466 Salutations, Advice on 2010 Sal-Volatile, to Restore Colours 453 Use of 702 Samphire, to Pickle 1670 Sandwiches, Anchovy 1201 Sarsaparilla, Decoction of 2465 Uses of 760 Satin to Clean 2721 White, to Clean 2720 Sauce, Apple 2225 Beef Gravy 2228 Chutney 2229 Fish 2224 Grill 2226 Liver, for Fish 2223 Sage and Onions 2231 Tomato 2227 Wow-wow 2230 Saucepan, Uses of 1031 Sausages 1185 Adulteration of 2756 Beef 1260 Bologna 1185 Mutton 1188 Oxford 1186 to Prepare Skins for 1190 Veal 1189 Worcester 1187 Saveloys, to Make 1191 Scalds, Cure for 2435 Treatment of 1317-1318 Scammony, Uses of 745 Scandal, Live it Down 160 Scarification, Surgical Use of 850 Scarlet Fever, Remedy for 638 Scent-bag, Lavender 1677 Schottische 155 Scones, to Make 1307 Scotch Barley Broth 1205 Brose 1204 Fingering Wool 1879 Porridge 1203 Punch 2282 Woodcock 1193 Scottish Brogue, Hints for Correction of 194 Dialect 170 Importance of Correcting 179 Scouring Bedrooms, Hints about 334 Boards, Directions for 399 Drops for Removing Grease 432 Scratches, Treatment of 2415 Screw-box
So long as we remained in France his humour was like this, delicate and expansive, but an accidental allusion led us across the Channel when he changed.
Simpson, puzzled, amazed, and a little scared at last, had barely time to notice the position before it dissolved.
They kept there such stores as they did not care to carry back and forth--sugar, salt and pepper, cocoa, crackers--and a supply of eggs, cream-cheese and cookies and milk always fresh.
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Mr Shepherd laughed a low, pleasant laugh.
In the First Part, stung by disappointment in his search of knowledge, by failure to lay hold of the superhuman, and urged on by his baser propensities personified in Mephistopheles, Faust abandons himself to sensual pleasure,--seduces innocence, burdens his soul with heavy guilt, and seems to be entirely given over to evil.
And whenever the legitimate organs of intercourse shall be restored and the real sentiments of the two Governments can be candidly communicated to each other, although strongly impressed with the necessity of collecting ourselves into a manly posture of defense, I nevertheless entertain an encouraging confidence that a mutual spirit of conciliation, a disposition to compensate injuries and accommodate each other in all our relations and connections, will produce an agreement to a treaty consistent with the engagements, rights, duties, and honor of both nations.
Besides those appearing to be of indigenous origin, and which have for scene a grotto or a mountain, one could scarcely deny that the greater part, whether relating to stories of adventure, fairy stories, or comical tales, were borrowed from foreign countries by way of the Arabs.
More importantly, it also suggests that there are many in Goa who have a story, and are willing to narrate it.
In the paucity of authentic information respecting these discoveries, it seems proper to insert the following abstract of the journal of a Portuguese pilot to the island of St Thomas, as inserted by Ramusio, previous to the voyage of Vasco de Gama, but of uncertain date; although, in the opinion of the ingenious author of the Progress of Maritime Discover, this voyage seems to have been performed between the years 1520 and 1540.