4:8 Come with me from Lebanon, my spouse, with me from Lebanon: look from the top of Amana, from the top of Shenir and Hermon, from the lions' dens, from the mountains of the leopards.
i of The Americana.)
Some of the choicest of his recently-published Letters are to Lady Abercorn, who was an intimate and helpful friend; to Miss Anna Seward, a literary confidant of many years; to Lady Louisa Stuart, daughter of the Earl of Bute, and granddaughter of Mary Wortley Montagu, one of the few who knew from the first of his "Waverley" authorship; and to Mrs. John Hughes, an early and most affectionate friend, whose grandson, Thomas Hughes, has made famous the commonplace name of "Tom Brown" in our own day.
arana, f., spider.
His best scholars were Julio Romano, Polydore, Giovanni d'Udine, and Gaudenzio, to all of whom he communicated the grand arcana of his wonderful art.
But Wilson (Ariana Antiqua, p. 358) interprets Raonano as most probably a genitive plural of Rao, whilst the whole inscription answers precisely to the Greek one Greek: BASILEUS BASILEON KANAERKOU which is found on other coins of the same prince.
* * * * * THE BANANA TREE.
He removed the ramrod from his rifle, and tied to one end of it an old-fashioned, red bandana handkerchief.
BRIANA, the lady of a castle who demanded for toll "the locks of every lady and the beard of every knight that passed."
Robert, 160 Bacon's Rebellion, 144 Ballou, M.M., 31, 32, 71 Banes, 113 Baracoa, 12, 91, 100, 114 Batabano, 12, 116 Baths, 52 Bellamar, Caves of, 42,110 Belligerent rights, 136, 140, 157, 158, 181 Bermuda, 189, 197 Bertram, Luis, 14 Betancourt, Salvador Cisneros, 174 Black Eagle conspiracy, 147 Black Warrior, 131 Blanco, General Ramon, 178 Bolivia, 126 Bolivar, Simon, 124, 185 Bonds, Cuban, 175 Boston sugar plantation, 113 Buchanan, President, 130 C Cabana, 57, 60 Cabinet, Cuban, 250 Cabrera, Raimundo, 135 Cadiz, 20 Caibarien, 102 Callahan, James M., 125, 139, 152 Camaguey, city, 105, 110, 111 Camaguey, province, 40, 109 Cardenas, 101 Casa de Beneficencia, 24 Castillo del Principe, 57, 60, 71, 83 Cathay, 3 Cathedral, Havana, 63 Cattle, 17, 235 Cauto river, 43 Caves, 42 Cemetery, Colon, 83 Census Reports, United States, 27, 35, 44, 144, 236 Cespedes, Carlos Manuel,154, 155 Channing, Edward, 142, 143 Chaparra sugar plantation, 113 Ciego de Avila, 106 Cienaga de Zapata, 43, 51 Cienfuegos, 102 Cigars, 224, 225, 254 Cipango, 2, 5 Clerks' Associations, 251 Climate, 45 et seq.
campana, f., bell, church bell.
In one of his Latin epigrams occurs the celebrated line upon the miracle at Cana: Vidit et erubuit nympha pudica Deum: as englished by Dryden, The conscious water saw its Lord and blushed.
La mia es una verdadera dama castellana que por un milagro de la escultura parece que no la han enterrado en un sepulcro, sino que aun permanece en cuerpo y alma de hinojos sobre la losa que le cubre, inmovil, con las manos juntas en ademan suplicante, sumergida en un extasis de mistico amor.
The elephants were placidly munching their chana (bait, or food), and occasionally giving each other a dry bath in the shape of a shower of sand.
Aretine, have publicly maintained such atheistical paradoxes, with that Italian Boccaccio with his fable of three rings, &c., ex quo infert haud posse internosci, quae sit verior religio, Judaica, Mahometana, an Christiana, quoniam eadem signa, &c., "from which he infers, that it cannot be distinguished which is the true religion, Judaism, Mahommedanism, or Christianity," &c. Marinus Mercennus suspects Cardan for his subtleties, Campanella, and Charron's Book of Wisdom, with some other Tracts, to savour of atheism: but amongst the rest that pestilent book de tribus mundi impostoribus, quem sine horrore (inquit) non legas, et mundi Cymbalum dialogis quatuor contentum, anno 1538, auctore Peresio, Parisiis excusum, &c. And as there have been in all ages such blasphemous spirits, so there have not been wanting their patrons, protectors, disciples and adherents.
Such is the spectacle of Copacabana, a mixture of business and pleasure, pagan and Christian, Spain and Titicaca.
Tutti li cibi son con pope e canna, Di amomo e d' altri aromati, che tutti Come nocivi il medico mi danna."
Diana if thou canst rage with a maid, As with a man, let me discover thee Bathing, and turn me to a fearful Hind, That I may die pursu'd by cruel Hounds, And have my story written in my wounds.
"They are worse," said Dianna with a most elegant and sophisticated shudder. "
The great organ has double open diapason (stopped bass), open diapason, dulciana, viola di gambi, doppel flute, hohl flute, octave, octave quint, superoctave, and trumpet,--65 pipes each.
He talks about nothing but the Fianna and Finn McCool, and can’t see that my fellows must have riding lessons, and must be got somehow to understand the mechanism of a rifle.
Oskar Maurus Fontana (A); 27Jan64; R330355.
Any one would have to admit, however, that there is no sharpness in Georgiana's pleasantry.
The source whence the negroes came was known to be a region below the Sahara which from its yield of gold and ivory was called by the Moors the land of wealth, "Bilad Ghana," a name which on the tongues of European sailors was converted into "Guinea."
gitana, f., gypsy.
That greatest Gloriana to him gave, That greatest glorious Queene of Faerie lond."
Esta, que se agitaba en el fondo de las naves, con un rumor parecido al del mar cuando se alborota, prorrumpie en una aclamacion de jubilo, acompanada del discordante sonido de las sonajas y los panderos, al mirar aparecer al arzobispo, el cual, despues de sentarse junto al altar mayor bajo un solio de grana que rodearon sus familiares, echo por tres veces la bendicion al pueblo.
Fledglings; translated and adapted by Hana Musková Shaw.
Yours, affectionately, in Christ, A. S. Hanna.
He would put on one of his father's shirts for a surplice, (till Mr. Sanders, the vicar, supplied him, as Hannah did his namesake, with a little gown and cassock;) he would then read the church service to his sister and cousins, after they had been duly summoned by a bell tied to the banisters; preach them a sermon, which his congregation was apt to think, in those days, somewhat of the longest; and even, in spite of his father's remonstrances, would bury a bird or a kitten (Parr had always a great fondness for animals) with the rites of Christian burial.
What a goodly cheery thing is hospitality, when it flows pure from a warm heart; nor does it lose aught in my estimation when viewed through the medium of a first-rate cellar and the social "Havana."
Qui prae divitiis humana spernunt, nec virtuti locum putant nisi opes affluant.
SEE Usamah Ibn Murshid (Mu'Aiyid Aldaulah) ILEANA, PRINCESS OF RUMANIA.
A fine road existed to the foot of the falls at Shippensport, a distance of two miles, which my new acquaintances pursued; but, when I understood that there was a pilot present, I preferred remaining on board, that I might witness the descent of the falls: we descended on the Indiana side.
Footnote 19: Storia della Poesia Italiana (Mathias's edition), vol.
The following epitaph was inscribed to her memory:-- Phoenix Jana iacet, nato Phoenice dolendum, Secala Phoenices nulla tulisse duas.
55 Therm)opylae, a famous pass on the great mountain Oeta, leading into Phocis, in Achaia, now called Bocca di Lupa Thessaly, a country of Greece, formerly a great part of Macedonia, now called Janna; in conjunction with Aetolia, sends ambassadors to Caesar, C. iii.
O thou his mother, verily Joanna, If this, interpreted, means as is said!
Madras Merchant, the, Company's ship, joins the Sidney at Johanna.
Thomas P. McCutcheon (A) & Juliana F. Seltz (C); 2Feb55; R143656.
It is a derivative of Kana, to procure, to buy, and its meaning is, a possession, wealth, riches.
"At melius fuerat non scribere, namque tacere Tutum semper erit,"------ 'Tis a general fault, so Severinus the Dane complains in physic, "unhappy men as we are, we spend our days in unprofitable questions and disputations," intricate subtleties, de lana caprina about moonshine in the water, "leaving in the mean time those chiefest treasures of nature untouched, wherein the best medicines for all manner of diseases are to be found, and do not only neglect them ourselves, but hinder, condemn, forbid, and scoff at others, that are willing to inquire after them."
The whole slope, for half a mile, was covered with a dense scrub of Lantana bushes.
Jean Paul says nobly, in his "Levana," that, "before and after being a mother, a woman is a human being, and neither maternal nor conjugal relation can supersede the human responsibility, but must become its means and instrument."
A verse is called agudo, llano (or grave), or esdrujulo according to whether its final word is aguda, llana (or grave), or esdrujula.
"After freedom my mistress and master moved to Louisiana.
"Under the Law, indeed, in those old times of Darkaess and Eating, the Priests had their first and second dishes, their milk and honey, their Manna and quails, also their outward and inward vestments: but now, under the Gospel, and in times of Light and Fasting, a much more sparing diet is fitter, and a single coat (though it be never so ancient and thin) is fully sufficient!"
P. MARIANA (syn Andromeda Mariana ovalis).--North America, 1736.
The Martorana church is rich in gold-grounded mosaics, resembling Saint Mark's at Venice.