No little reputation as a cure and preventive for blackwater fever does vermouth enjoy!
I followed; and it was not long before I perceived him at the door of an alehouse, drinking a mug of beer.
Eccentrics and epicycles exploded Education a cause of melancholy Effects of love Election misconceived, cause of despair Element of fire exploded Emulation, hatred, faction, desire of revenge, causes of melancholy; their cure Envy and malice causes of melancholy; their antidote Epicurus vindicated Epicurus's remedy for melancholy Epicures, atheists, hypocrites how mad, and melancholy Epithalamium Equivocations of melancholy; of jealousy Eunuchs why kept, and where Evacuations, how they cause melancholy Exercise if immoderate, cause of melancholy; before meals wholesome; exercise rectified; several kinds, when fit; exercises of the mind Exotic and strange simples censured Extasies Eyes main instruments of love; love's darts, seats, orators, arrows, torches; how they pierce F. Face's prerogative, a most attractive part Fairies Fasting cause of melancholy; a cure of love-melancholy; abused, the devil's instrument; effects of it Fear cause of melancholy, its effects; fear of death, destinies foretold; a symptom of melancholy; sign of love-melancholy; antidote to fear Fenny fowl, melancholy Fiery devils Fire's rage Fish, what melancholy Fish good Fishes in love Fishing and fowling, how and when good exercise Flaxen hair a great motive of love Fools often beget wise men; by love become wise Force of imagination Friends a cure of melancholy Fruits causing melancholy; allowed Fumitory purgeth melancholy G. Gaming a cause of melancholy, his effects Gardens of simples where, to what end Gardens for pleasure General toleration of religion, by whom permitted, and why Gentry, whence it came first; base without means; vices accompanying it; true gentry, whence; gentry commended Geography commended Geometry, arithmetic, algebra, commended Gesture cause of love-melancholy Gifts and promises of great force amongst lovers God's just judgment cause of melancholy; sole cause sometimes Gold good against melancholy; a most beautiful object Good counsel a charm to melancholy; good counsel for lovesick persons; against melancholy itself; for such as are jealous Great men most part dishonest Gristle what Guts described H. Hand and paps how forcible in love-melancholy Hard usage a cause of jealousy Hatred cause of melancholy Hawking and hunting why good Head melancholy's causes; symptoms; its cure Hearing, what Heat immoderate, cause of melancholy Health a treasure Heavens penetrable; infinitely swift Hell where Hellebore, white and black, purgers of melancholy; black, its virtues and history Help from friends against melancholy Hemorrhage cause of melancholy Hemorrhoids stopped cause of melancholy Herbs causing melancholy; curing melancholy Hereditary diseases Heretics their conditions; their symptoms Heroical love's pedigree, power, extent; definition, part affected; tyranny Hippocrates' jealousy Honest objects of love Hope a cure of misery; its benefits Hope and fear, the Devil's main engines to entrap the world Hops good against melancholy Horseleeches how and when used in melancholy Hot countries apt and prone to jealousy How oft 'tis fit to eat in a day How to resist passions How men fall in love Humours, what they are Hydrophobia described Hypochondriacal melancholy; its causes inward, outward; symptom; cure of it Hypochondries misaffected, causes Hypocrites described I. Idleness a main cause of melancholy; of love-melancholy; of jealousy Ignorance the mother of devotion Ignorance commended Ignorant persons still circumvented Imagination what; its force and effects Imagination of the mother affects her infant Immaterial melancholy Immortality of the soul proved; impugned by whom Impediments of lovers Importunity and opportunity cause of love-melancholy; of jealousy Imprisonment cause of melancholy Impostures of devils; of politicians; of priests Impotency a cause of jealousy Impulsive cause of man's misery Incubi and succubi Inconstancy of lovers Inconstancy a sign of melancholy Infirmities of body and mind, what grievances they cause Injuries and abuses rectified Instrumental causes of diseases Instrumental cause of man's misery Interpreters of dreams Inundation's fury Inventions resulting from love Inward causes of melancholy Inward senses described Issues when used in melancholy J. Jealousy a symptom of melancholy; defined, described; of princes; of brute beasts; causes of it; symptoms of it; prognostics; cure of it Jests how and when to be used Jews' religious symptoms Joy in excess cause of melancholy K. Kings and princes' discontents Kissing a main cause of love-melancholy; a symptom of love-melancholy L. Labour, business, cure of love-melancholy; Lapis Armenus, its virtues against melancholy Lascivious meats to be avoided Laughter, its effects Laurel a purge for melancholy Laws against adultery Leo Decimus the pope's scoffing tricks Lewellyn prince of Wales, his submission Leucata petra the cure of lovesick persons Liberty of princes and great men, how abused Libraries commended Liver its site; cause of melancholy distempers, if hot or cold Loss of liberty, servitude, imprisonment, cause of melancholy Losses in general how they offend; cause of despair; how eased Love of gaming and pleasures immoderate, cause of melancholy Love of learning, overmuch study, cause of melancholy Love's beginning, object, definition, division; love made the world; love's power; in vegetables; in sensible creatures; love's power in devils and spirits; in men; love a disease; a fire; love's passions; phrases of lovers; their vain wishes and attempts; lovers impudent; courageous; wise, valiant, free; neat in apparel; poets, musicians, dancers; love's effects; love lost revived by sight; love cannot be compelled Love and hate symptoms of religious melancholy Lycanthropia described M. Madness described; the extent of melancholy; a symptom and effect of love-melancholy Made dishes cause melancholy Magicians how they cause melancholy; how they cure it Mahometans their symptoms Maids', nuns', and widows' melancholy Man's excellency, misery Man the greatest enemy to man Many means to divert lovers; to cure them Marriage if unfortunate cause of melancholy; best cure of love-melancholy; marriage helps; miseries; benefits and commendation Mathematical studies commended Medicines select for melancholy; against wind and costiveness; for love-melancholy Melancholy in disposition, melancholy equivocations; definition, name, difference; part and parties affected in melancholy, it's affection; matter; species or kinds of melancholy; melancholy an hereditary disease; meats causing it, &c.; antecedent causes; particular parts; symptoms of it; they are passionate above measure; humorous; melancholy, adust symptoms; mixed symptoms of melancholy with other diseases; melancholy, a cause of jealousy; of despair; melancholy men why witty; why so apt to laugh, weep, sweat, blush; why they see visions, hear strange noises; why they speak untaught languages, prophesy, &c. Memory his seat Menstruus concubitus causa melanc.
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.
On the 10th, a great battle will be fought, which will begin at four of the clock in the afternoon, and last until nine at night, with great obstinacy, but no very decisive event.
Yet the wish to enter that house rose again like a yearning; and what more in the world than some souvenir of the only being on earth he ever loved was there for him to yearn for?
Houses were entered, women insulted; time and again I saw a stray horse, grazing by the roadside, seized by a crowd of grinning Arabs, who piled on the poor beast's back until he was almost crushed to earth, and rode off triumphantly, while their comrades held back the weeping owner.
Religion is the force that relates action to life.
These remains show what a historian of literature we have lost in Mr. Pattison.
He rescued Fidelia, at the age of twelve, from the hands of Villard, a villain who wanted to abuse her, and taking her to his own home, fell in love with her, and in due time married her.
He said that my line was to stand off a bit and be serious and melancholy in the background.
Gloom deepened and had no light to relieve it, men supped full of horrors--there was no slackening of the tension, no concession to overwrought nerves, no resting-place for the overwrought soul.
'John, would you mind staying a few moments with me?'
Now ceasse, ye damsels, your delights fore-past; Enough it is that all the day was youres: Now day is doen, and night is nighing fast; Now bring the bryde into the brydall bowres.
32:6 And they rose up early on the morrow, and offered burnt offerings, and brought peace offerings; and the people sat down to eat and to drink, and rose up to play.
I once saw the face of an old man who had flung himself out of a high window in Rome, and who had been killed instantly on the pavement; it was not simply a serene face, it was glad, exalted.
"Yes," said Blake, "we are going--" As he spoke there came in through the window a puff of air, that scattered the papers on the table.
The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.