She always felt that she could have filled their places with vastly more aplomb.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Bengal Dacoits and Tigers Author: Maharanee Sunity Devee Release Date: January 18, 2010 EBook #10928 Language: English Character set encoding: ASCII *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK BENGAL DACOITS AND TIGERS *** Produced by Jeroen Hellingman and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/Million Book Project) BENGAL DACOITS AND TIGERS by Maharanee Sunity Devee, C.I. of Cooch Behar Contents Dacoit Stories The Jhee's Discovery Trapped by a Cobra Saved by a Bear Raghu Dacoit Girl as Kali-Ma The Deputy Magistrate All for Nothing A Punjabee Dacoit A Child's Experience Two Chinese Dacoits An Unfaithful Servant Tiger Stories The Bearer's Fate Through the Roof Earning the Reward A Burmese Monster The Palki and the Tiger An Assam Adventure A Thrilling Story A Cachar Tiger A Maharajah's Adventures PART I Dacoit Stories The Jhee's Discovery It was the month of Jaishta (May-June) in Bengal, and the earth languished under the scorching rays of the sun and sent up a voiceless prayer to the Rain God to come soon and refresh the fields and jungles with the welcome "barsat" (rainy season).
But, oh, how far each other pang above 85 Throbs the wild agony of hopeless love; That grief, for which in vain shall comfort shed Her healing balm, or time in pity spread The veil, that throws a shade o'er other care; For here, and here alone, profound despair 90 Casts o'er the suff'ring soul a lasting gloom, And slowly leads her victim to the tomb.
Peace bade them try the milky way, But they were fearful 'twould becalm them; Cried Love, on dews of morning stray,-- They deem'd 'twould from their purpose charm them.
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We were presented, while in Lemberg, to General Bom-Ermolli, and lunched at the headquarters mess.
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So I shall become more and more like Brahm--will his will, think his thoughts, till I lose utterly this house-fiend of self, and become one with God.
"Where's Brom Dutcher?"
I could have been sentimental and wished to lie some day in that place, its calm tenants seeming to come through such quiet ways, through those verdant alleys, to their graves.
Footnote 3: Special Report of the U.S. Com.
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50:2 And Joseph commanded his servants the physicians to embalm his father: and the physicians embalmed Israel.
Aftre is the kyngdom of Mesopotayme, that begynnethe toward the est, to the flom of Tygre, unto a cytee that is clept Moselle: and it strecchethe toward the west, to the flom of Eufrate, unto a cytee that is clept Roianz: and in lengthe it gothe to the mount of Armenye, unto the desert of Ynde the lesse.
Onr tenes alych, alych our domes shall bee, Where'err thou wander'stt I wyll followe thee; And whann our sprytes throughe feere are purg'dd fromm claie, Inn pees theie shalle repose upponn the mylkie waie.
SECONDE MYNSTRELLE Angelles bee wrogte to bee of neidher kynde; Angelles alleyne fromme chafe desyre bee free: Dheere ys a somwhatte evere yn the mynde, Yatte, wythout wommanne, cannot stylled bee; Ne seynete yn celles, botte, havynge blodde and tere, Do fynde the spryte to joie on syghte of womanne fayre; Wommen bee made, notte for hemselves, botte manne, Bone of hys bone, and chyld of hys desire; Fromme an ynutyle membere fyrste beganne, Ywroghte with moche of water, lyttele fyre; Therefore theie seke the fyre of love, to hete The milkyness of kynde, and make hemselfes complete.
The scheme ultimately fell through, whether for the good or ill of Santo Domingo can best be judged when the results of more recent annexation schemes 1898: Puerto Rico, Guam, the Philippines, Hawaii, and de facto Cuba become apparent.
The rice is cut halm by halm (as in Java) with a peculiarly-formed knife, or, failing such, with the sharp-edged flap of a mussel found in the ditches of the rice-fields, which one has only to stoop to pick up.
who, noticing from the whispers of his courtiers that they believed him to be dying, ate an unusually large dinner on the very day of his death, and sarcastically observed, "Il me semble que pour un homme qui va mourir je ne mange pas mal."
But that a study of the period and Mahomet's own personality operating no less through his deeds, faith, and institutions than in the one doubtfully reliable record of his teachings, will result in the perception of the Prophet of Islam as a man among men, has been the central belief during the writing of this biography.
And there growethe a maner of fruyt, as thoughe it weren gowrdes: and whan thei ben rype, men kutten hem a to, and men fynden with inne a lytylle best, in flessche, in bon and blode, as though it were a lytylle lomb, with outen wolle.
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"Why you must know," began Adam, wringing at his hat again, "ever since the day I found him asleep in your hay, Miss Anthea, mam, Mr. Belloo has been very kind, and--friendly like.
“Nom d’un bon petit homme gris!”
I should as soon think of reading my destiny on the sole of my boot as in the palm of my hand.
Then all astonied with this mighty ghoast, An hideous bodie, big and strong, I sawe, With side* long beard, and locks down hanging loast**, Sterne face, and front full of Saturnlike awe; Who, leaning on the belly of a pot, Pourd foorth a water, whose out gushing flood Ran bathing all the creakie@ shore aflot, Whereon the Troyan prince spilt Turnus blood; And at his feete a bitch wolfe suck did yeeld To two young babes: his left the palme tree stout, His right hand did the peacefull olive wield.
I told him there is a plot on foot to massacre every individual of my race in the Near East--a veritable pogrom.
ubi studium solidius quam in quiete?
In what sense King James' translators used the word "convenient" any one may see who will read Rom.
When we went in they all stood up and, touching their foreheads, said in a queer sing-song drawl, "Salaam, Mees Sahib, salaam!"
Near them hung a little oil painting representing the death of the Blessed Virgin, which had been given her by the Princess of Salm.
CHAPTER VIII CHRISTMAS "Himlen morkner, mens Jordens Trakt Straaler lys som i Stjernedragt.
3-6; and these very quotations in the same order reappear in the Alexandrine Clement (Strom.
To this day in Surinam the Dutch call them lyre-players.
We saw the Wallace Tower, a high Gothic building, having in front a statue of Wallace leaning on his sword, by Thom, a native of Ayr, and on our way to the green, where the procession was to assemble, passed under the triumphal arch thrown across the street opposite the inn where Tarn O'Shanter caroused so long with Souter Johnny.
His next instructor in his own language was a man whom he used to call Tom Browne; and who, he said, published a Spelling Book, and dedicated it to the universe.
After the Vietnam War ended, the steam began leaking rapidly out of American radical dissent.
Alyias and donation cards used on Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur.