Listen very carefully, and you will hear the hoofs of fauns rustling among the fallen leaves; they are watching us, Patricia, from behind every tree-bole.
Dixie boll weevil.
The Werners had all this, no thanks to Pa Werner; no thanks to Buzz, surely; and little to Minnie Werner who clerked in the Sugar Bowl Candy Store and tried to dress like Angie Hatton whose father owned the biggest Pulp and Paper mill in the Fox River Valley.
INDEX Abbotsford Abercromby, Lady Mary (see also Dunfermline, Lady)-- Marriage letters from Lady John Russell letters from Lady Minto correspondence with Lord John Russell letter from Lord Minto visit of Lady John Russell mentioned in the letters Abercromby, Mr. Ralph, afterwards Lord Dunfermline Minister at the Hague Aberdeen, Lord-- The Ecclesiastical Titles Bill consents to form a Ministry and Lord John Russell and the Eastern Question and Reform Lord John's resignation Lord John's appreciation of resignation Abergeldie Castle Acton, Lord, "Historical Essays and Studies" Adams, Mr. Adelaide, queen of William IV Admiralty, the, Lord Minto at Mrs. Drummond's description "Adullamites," the Affirmation Bill, Gladstone's Alabama, case of the Albert Hall, foundation stone laid Albert, Prince Consort-- and Lord John Prussian sympathies visit to Pembroke Lodge and Italy at Coburg death "Trent" affair "Life of Prince Albert," otherwise mentioned Aldworth Allen, Grant, "Science in Arcady" Althorp, Lord and the Irish Coercion Bill Amberley, Lady death of Amberley, Lord, see also Russell, John-- Engagement defeated at Leeds returned for Nottingham maiden speech defeat in 1868 letters from Lady Russell death of otherwise mentioned American Civil War, the-- England's position seizure of the Southern Commissioners Lord Russell's speech on feeling in England Anderson, Dr., of Richmond Anti-Corn Law League bazaar at Manchester Armenian refugees at Pembroke Lodge Arrow, the, coasting vessel Athanasian Creed, the Aumale, Duc d' Austen, Jane "Emma," Austria-- Influence in Germany unpopularity of the Government and Denmark Palmerston's policy towards Conference of Vienna proposals of, and resignation of Lord John Russell and Italy after Solferino Peace of Villafranca and the proposed Congress at Zurich Prussian war on cession of Venetia cause of the Franco-German War Azeglio, Marquis d', Piedmontese Minister Balmoral Lord John Russell at Baring, Mr., Chancellor of the Exchequer tariff proposals Beaumont, Lord Bedford, (6th) Duke of Bedford, (7th) Duke of, letters from Lord Russell visit of Lord and Lady John Russell on the attacks on Lord John letter from Lady John death Bedford, (9th) Duke of Bennett, Rev. W.J.E., of St. Paul's Berlin, Lord Minto appointed Minister Bernard, Dr., acquitted Bernstorff, Count Berrys, the Miss Bessborough, Lord, Irish opinions on the Coercion Bill Birmingham, enfranchisement bombs manufactured in Bismarck, Count-- In Berlin and Palmerston declares war on Austria the Franco-German War Blyth, Miss Lilian Mrs. Wilfred Praeger letter from Lady Russell Blyth, Rev. F.C. Bognor, news of Reform at Boileau, Mr., letters to Lady Melgund Bonaparte, Louis Bourbons, the Napoleon's questions concerning Bowhill Bowood, Lady John Russell at Bowring, Sir John, cause of the war with China Bradlaugh Braico, Dr. Cesare Brazil, Emperor of, at Pembroke Lodge Bright, John-- Defeat of at Chesham Place speeches and Reform letter to Lady Russell otherwise mentioned British and Foreign School Society Broadstairs, visit of the Russells Brooke, Rev. A. Stopford, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Brooks's, news of Lord John's acceptance of the Colonial Seals Brougham, Lord-- and Lord Melbourne's dismissal and the Corn Law and William IV Browning, Robert Brunow, Baron, Russian ambassador Bryant, W.C. Bryce, Mr. James, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Brydone, Mrs., death Buccleuch, Duke of lends Bowhill to Lord John on Disraeli Buehler, Miss letters from Lady Russell Buller, Charles Buol, Count, Austrian Minister Burdett, Sir Francis, and Lord John Russell Burnet, Bishop Burns, Robert Byron, Lady Byron, Lord "Giaour," "Childe Harold," quoted Cairns, Lord, mentioned Campbell, Lord, "Lives" Canada, Governorship offered to Lord Minto Lady Fanny and the Patriots Cannes, Lord and Lady Russell at Canning, Lord Granville's correspondence with Canning, Sir Stratford, British Ambassador at Constantinople Carnarvon, Lord, resignation Castlereagh, Lord Catholic Emancipation Bill Cavour-- and Napoleon III resignation the terms of unity and Garibaldi otherwise mentioned Ceremonies, religious, Lady John Russell's opinion concerning Channing's, Dr., writings Charles X Chartist movement Chartres, Duc de Chelmsford, Lord, saying of Chenies, Lady Russell's funeral at Chester, Fenian attempt on the arsenal Chesterfield, Lord, "Letters" Chillon Chinese War, the Lord John Russell's speech Palmerston's policy Chorley Wood, Rickmansworth Christian, Princess, at Cannes Chronicle, the, and the Eastern Question Church of England the Gorham case Clarendon, Lady Clarendon, Lord-- Viceroy of Ireland at the Foreign Office letter to Lord Russell letter from Lord Russell despatch to Naples letter to Lord Granville Coalition Ministry, the results Cobden, Richard-- Oratory Lord William Russell on comments on Lord John, motion regarding the China measures defeat in 1857 Free Trade Treaty with France otherwise mentioned Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice, speech Coercion (Ireland) Bill Coombe Wood, Richmond Conservative Party, the-- "Moderate Reform" split on Catholic Emancipation position in 1852 Conspiracy to Murder Bill Corn Laws, the-- Lord John Russell's proposal repeal of Macaulay on Peel's measure repeal passed Cowley, Lord Cowper, William Cranborne, Lord, resignation of (see also Salisbury, (3rd) Marquis) Crimean War-- Events leading to victories Lord Malmesbury's report Bright's History cited French alliance Currie, Mr. Raikes Daily News, the-- and the Eastern Question attack on Lord John Lord Russell's letters on Baron Stockmar, article quoted Dante Davitt, Michael, "Leaves from a Prison Diary" Denmark, war with Schleswig-Holstein Derby, (14th) Earl of-- Ministry, 1851 fails to form a Government, 1855 cabinet, 1858 resignation in June denounces the Government's policy and the franchise resignation, 1868 illness otherwise mentioned Derby, (15th) Earl of (see Stanley, Lord) Dickens, Charles-- On the ragged schools "David Copperfield," at Pembroke Lodge congratulates Lord John Russell letters to Lady John Russell Lady Russell's preference for on Lord John Russell, quoted Dieppe, the Russells at Dillon, John, on Lord John's resignation Dillon, John, and Parnell Disraeli, Benjamin (Earl of Beaconsfield)-- personality Budget and Free Trade Lady John Russell, on on Lord John Russell's motion his Franchise Bill the Duke of Buccleuch on succeeds Lord Derby resignation letter to Lord Russell Parliamentary courage otherwise mentioned Drewitt, Dr. F.D. Drouyn, M. de L'Huys, resignation of Drummond, Mrs. (see also Lister, Adelaide) on the Minto family, quoted letter from Lady Russell Duff, Sir Mount Stuart Grant, letter to Lady Russell Dufferin, Lord, letter to Lady John Russell letter from Lady John Russell Dunfermline, Lady (see also Abercromby, Lady Mary) letters from Lady Russell death in Rome Dunrozel, Haslemere Durham, Bishop of, letter from Lord John Russell Durham, Lord, in Canada Eastbourne Eastern Question, the, events leading to the Crimean War Lord Palmerston's policy Gladstone on Ecclesiastical Titles Bill, the Edinburgh Edinburgh University Education, Lord Russell and Education Bill Mr. Forster's Act Elba, Napoleon in, Lord John Russell's account Eliot, George "Adam Bede," Lady Russell on, Elliot, Charles Lady Russell's brother Elliot, George Lady Russell's brother Elliot, George uncle of Lady Russell Elliot, Gilbert brother of Lady Russell Elliot, Gilbert, afterwards Dean of Bristol Elliot, Henry brother of Lady Russell mentioned in the letters goes to Australia visit of Elliot, John uncle of Lady Russell member of Parliament for Hawick Elliot, Lady Fanny, quotation from "Reminiscences of an Idler" description of, (see Russell, Lady John) Elliot, Lady Charlotte (see also Portal) mentioned in the letters Sir Henry Taylor and Elliot, Lady Harriet Elliot, Miss, daughter of the Dean of Bristol, a reference to Lord Russell Emerson, R.W. Endsleigh English society, Lady Russell on Etchegoyen, Comte d' Eugenie, Empress, and the Russells at Chislehurst Eversley, Lord Examiner, the, on Lord John Russell's resignation Exeter Hall, lecture by Lord John at meetings Factory children, education of, Bill for Farrington, Rev. Silas, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Fawcett, Professor, speech Fazakerlie, Miss Fenians, movement of 1867 Fitzmaurice, Lord "Life of Lord Granville" quoted Florence, robbers of the Russells in Foreign Exchanges, Mr. Goschen's book on Forster, W.E. the Elementary Education Act Fortescue, Chichester, Chief Secretary for Ireland Lord Russell's three pamphlets Fox, Charles James-- and Lord John Russell Napoleon on foreign policy otherwise mentioned Fox Club, the France-- The July revolution deposition of Louis Philippe and the Greek crisis and Denmark the coup d'etat of December, 1851 events leading to the Crimean War Cobden's Free Trade Treaty Franchise, Mr. Locke King's motion Franco-German War, outbreak Franklin, Sir John "Free Church," the Free Church of Scotland, establishment Free Church, Richmond, the memorial tablet Free Trade, the new principle Lady John and number of Free Traders in 1846 Froude, J.A., at Chesham Place on removal of Irish grievances "Life of Lord Beaconsfield," passage quoted Garbarino, Villa Gardiner, Dr. Garibaldi-- Cavour and and the Sicilian rebels attack on Naples at Pembroke Lodge letter to Lord John otherwise mentioned George III Napoleon on George IV, death Napoleon on story of Germany-- The Zollverein influence of French affairs on the Crown Princess the Franco-German War the Crown Prince and the war Gibbon, historian, appearance Gladstone, Right Hon.
Godmamma looked awfully severe when she heard of the invitation; but since the row, when they had to cajole me, she has been more civil, so she said I might go if Heloise would really look after me, although if I was Victorine she would not have permitted it for a moment.
Real estate and coal are not for you.
SEE Crew, Helen Coale.
12: "Urbem, Urbem, mi Rufe, cole, et in ista luce viva Omnis peregrinatio (foreign travel) obscura et sordida est iis, quorum industria Roma potest illustris esse," etc.
All this is very bad, and very difficult to control.
Euphues, edited by M. W. Croll and H. Clemens (New York), Introd.
Sir John Hawkins affirms that the benefaction distributed at Lambeth Palace gate, is to this day called the dole.
That is"--he added, giving full rein to his droll humor--"I gave it to him for a name.
On the subject of Moses of Chorene and his works, I must refer to the clever researches of the late Auguste Carriere, Professor of Armenian at the Ecole des Langues Orientales.--H. C. Zacher, Forschungen zur Critik, &c., der Alexandersage, Halle, 1867, p. 108.
My advice is That, having won the Burgers to your partie, Perswade them to enroll new Companies For their defence against the Insolence Of the old Soldiers garisond at Utrecht.
Primeros pasos en espanol.
Nothing shows in a more glaring light the blind and superstitious reverence paid to great names; for because this sinking fund was proposed by Pitt, all his adherents extol it to the skies, without analysing it, and give him besides the credit of an invention to which he had no right whatever.
I found him this morning careering round the field on that fresh young foal, without any saddle or bridle!
In a thoughtful essay, entitled The Disenchantment of France, Mr. F.W. Myers points out the goal towards which "progress" is leading us, through the destruction of those four "illusions" which formerly gave life all its value and dignity,--namely, belief in religion; devotion to the State--whether to the prince or to the people; belief in the eternity and spirituality of human love; belief in man's freedom and imperishable personal unity. "
The eyes of all the Fians sought Heroic Groll, whose face was wrought With lines of deep, perplexing thought-- For gazing on the valiant Conn, He mourned that his own youth was gone, When, strong and fierce and bold, he shed The life-blood of the boastful Red, Whom none save he would meet.
* * * * * IX.--THE DEATH OF HOEL.
Wer vermag Der Hoelle Macht zu widerstehn!
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.
But they take flyes & gnattes & suche smale thynges/ In lyke wise the lawes now a dayes ben not executed but vpon the poure peple/ the grete and riche breke hit & goo thurgh with all And for this cause sourden bataylles & discordes/ and make y'e grete & riche men to take by force and strengthe lordshippis & seignouries vpon the smale & poure peple/ And this doon they specially that ben gentill of lignage & poure of goodes And causeth them to robbe and reue And yet constrayned them by force to serue them And this is no meruayll/ for they that drede not to angre god/ ner to breke the lawe and to false hit/ Falle often tymes by force in moche cursednes and wikkidnes/ but whan the grete peple doo acordinge to the lawe/ and punysh the tr=ansgressours sharply The comyn peple abstayne and withdrawe hem fro dooyng of euyll/ and chastiseth hem self by theyr example/ And the Iuges ought to entende for to studie/ for y't yf smythes the carp=entiers y'e vignours and other craftymen saye that it is most necessarye to studye for the comyn prouffit And gloryfye them in their connyng and saye that they ben prouffitable Than shold the Iuges studie and contemplaire moche more than they in that/ that shold be for the comyn wele/ wherfore sayth seneke beleue me that they seme that they do no thynge they doo more than they that laboure For they doo spirytuell and also corporall werkis/ and therfore amonge Artificers ther is no plesant reste/ But that reson of the Iuges hath maad and ordeyned hit/ And therfore angelius in libro actiui atticatorum de socrate sayth That socrates was on a tyme so pensyf that in an hole naturell daye/ He helde one estate that he ne meuyd mouth ne eye ne foote ne hand but was as he had ben ded rauyshyd.
From its windows we were shown, within the inclosure of the castle, a green knoll, grazed by cattle, where the disloyal nobles of Scotland were beheaded.
I have made a very valuable acquaintance in M. Koelle the envoy of the King of Wuertemberg, to the Holy See.
I say in marriage an au dela is impossible ... the endless duet of the marble and the water, the enervation of burning odours, the baptismal whiteness of women, light, ideal tissues, eyes strangely dark with kohl, names that evoke palm trees and ruins, Spanish moonlight or maybe Persepolis.
R68910, 26Oct50, Ethel Balthaser (C) THE SOUL OF KOL NIKON, by Eleanor Farjeon.
Prepared by Ross Madole under the auspices of the Texas Bar Assn.
In the year (1846) in which these remarkable passages were published, the eminent German botanist, Von Mohl invented the word "protoplasm," as a name for one portion of those nitrogenous contents of the cells of living plants, the close chemical resemblance of which to the essential constituents of living animals is so strongly indicated by Payen.
The ministry of Count Mole was not eventful.
R68400, 13Oct50, la Comtesse d'Hugues (née Nicole de Martel de Janville) (C) MONAGHAN, James.
The shallowest thickskin of that barren sort, Who Pyramus presented, in their sport Forsook his scene and ent'red in a brake; When I did him at this advantage take, An ass's nole I fixed on his head.
Noll served not Satan faster, nor with him did better accord; For he was my good master, and the Devil was his good lord.
Annulet Andrews Ohl (A); 14Dec62; R306591.
It gives him somebody handy ter blame things on tew jest like ole Adam.
Queste parole da lor ci fur porte.
A patrol is kept upon each estate, and every slave found off the plantation without a pass is whipped on the spot.
There's not above a Dozen, besides the Slaves that are chain'd to the Oar, and those Dozen, a Pistole apiece wou'd not only make 'em assist in the design, but betray it in earnest to the Grand Seignior; --for them I'll undertake, the Master of it being Pier de Sala, your Father's old Servant, Sir.
Pope Planer, Wilhelmine or Minna Plater, Countess Plato Playford, John Poe, Edgar Allen Pohl, Louis Pohl, Richard Poliziano, Angelo Polko, Elise Polovna, Marie, Grand Duchess of Weimar Polzelli, Anton Polzelli, Luigia Potocka, Countess Praeger, Fd.
+poll-ax+, pole-axe, C; +polax+,CM.
Bears at pleasure lounge and roll, Leading lives devoid of pain, Half day climbing up a poll, Half day climbing down again; Their minds tormented by no su- Perfluous anxiety, While on good terms with the Zo- Ological Society.
SEE ROEHL, KATHERINE MCCLURE.
Come, Meg and El-len, don't com-plain, For, see, the geese en-joy the rain, And dog-gie does not fret; And yet, The drops come rol-ling down his ears, And nose, and whisk-ers, just like tears; Poor Mop, he's drip-ping wet!
As the role of Brunhild's husband had become vacant, and as Gunther had no special role, it was natural that it should be given to him.
She was always doubling and twisting on herself, and every movement she made seemed to start at the nape of her neck, just below the lifted roll of reddish-gold hair, and flow without a break through her whole slim length to the tips of her fingers and the points of her slender restless feet.