"Write as your father, Edward Tulliver, took service under John Wakem, the man as had helped to ruin him, because I'd promised my wife to make her what amends I could, and because I wanted to die in th' old place where I was born, and my father was born.
LAKE COMO IN AUTUMN From Como's curving base of blue, To where the snow lies cold and clear, Ascends in steps of varied hue The pageant of the passing year, As scores of mountain-sides unfold Their gorgeous robes of red and gold.
--Hope elevates, and Joy Brightens his Crest; as when a wandering Fire, Compact of unctuous Vapour, which the Night Condenses, and the Cold invirons round, Kindled through Agitation to a Flame, (Which oft, they say, some evil Spirit attends) Hovering and blazing with delusive Light, Misleads th' amaz'd Night-wanderer from his Way To Bogs and Mires, and oft through Pond or Pool, There swallowed up and lost, from succour far.
MACLEOD, Malcolm, account of him, v. 161-2, 166, 168; befriends the Pretender, v. 190-9; arrested, v. 200-1; tells a legend, v. 171; mentioned, iii.
See, how the horrid phantom bends his bow, And points his dart to lay that victim low!
In rare instances we find an alpine basin the bottom of which is a perfect meadow, and the sides nearly all the way round, rising in gentle curves, are covered with moraine soil, which, being saturated with melting snow from encircling fountains, gives rise to an almost continuous girdle of down-curving meadow vegetation that blends gracefully into the level meadow at the bottom, thus forming a grand, smooth, soft, meadow-lined mountain nest.
His observation is all about the fashion, and he commends partlets for a rare device.
Again he adds: "The word relation has other senses, taken by itself; but yet the relation of words one to another in a sentence, has no other signification than what I intend by it, namely, of cause, effect, means, end, manner, instrument, object, adjunct, and the like; which are names given by logicians to those relations under which the mind comprehends things, and therefore the most proper words to explain them to others.
Hierocles contends Apollonius to have been as great a prophet as Christ, whom Eusebius confutes.
157, 164; Bank of England, Jack Wilkes defends it against the rioters, iii.
Everything depends upon the words "as strongly organized."
Or if there are any of the latter's writings, that we can dwell upon in the same way, that is, as lasting and heart-felt sentiments, it is when laying aside his usual pomp and pretension, he descends with Mr. Wordsworth to the common ground of a disinterested humanity.
Truly this was the king of horses meant for higher ends than to serve as target of a Winchester.
All these rivers, especially the Volga, abound in fish, and run into the great sea, from which the arm of St George extends past Constantinople.
Confin'd together In the same fashion as you gave in charge; Just as you left them; all prisoners, sir, In the line-grove which weather-fends your cell; They cannot budge till your release.
I at once arose from my bed, and proceeded to work about the house, to the great astonishment of my friends, some of whom thought me wild; but I continued my work, assuring them that Jesus had healed me.
Please ask French Government whether it intends to remain neutral in a Russo-German war.
The whole district lends itself particularly to this sport, owing to the large fields and fine stretches of open downs.
What offends a great intellect in society is the equality of rights, leading to equality of pretensions, which everyone enjoys; while at the same time, inequality of capacity means a corresponding disparity of social power.
Yet still it's strange What Cloten's being here to us portends, Or what his death will bring us.
However, I should like Buonarroto quietly to find out how the rumour arose of my having calumniated the Medici; for if it is some one who pretends to be my friend, I ought to be upon my guard."
Besides, Doctor Hodges sanctions and even recommends the plan."
See how I hold the flute in my left hand; In right the pheasant's plume, waved like a wand; With visage red, where rouge you think to trace, While the duke pleased, sends down the cup of grace!
A people spends itself for centuries, without counting the cost; its very greatness will lead to its decline.
each visitation Suspends what nature gave me at my birth, 85 My shaping spirit of Imagination.
It is the characteristic of pure and lawful love to soften and subdue the heart, and infuse a gentle and quiet spirit into all its action; while that which breaks over the barriers that God and nature have marked out for it, tends to make woman masculine and bold, to indurate all her sensibilities, and to destroy that gentleness and timidity of demeanor which have so great an influence in heightening her charms.
The need of the man in whom is combined the ability of brain and hand transcends any possibility of our meeting the demand.
The next morning we steered to the eastward, along the land, and soon after noon passed round Captain Baudin's Bezout Island; a projecting point within it was named in compliment to my friend Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Esquire; behind which a range of hills extends to the South-South-East for five or six leagues, and then trends to the eastward, toward a group of islands named by the French Forestier's Archipelago, the principal of which is Depuch Island.
Just after passing the second bridge beyond Nabua the road, inclining eastwards, wends in a straight line to Iriga, a place lying to the south-west of the volcano of the same name.