Some ingenious writers in the last century, the most notable of whom was Karl Marx, set out to prove that, in our modern society, workpeople are "exploited," robbed of the "whole produce of their labor," to the full extent of the return which accrues to capital.
We have attach'de Fallerio, gracious lord, And did accuse him with Pertillos death; But he remote will not confesse himselfe Neither the meanes nor author of the same.
It was, after a', a queer sicht, and, as may be supposed, I drew a haill crowd of bairns after me, bawling out, "Here's Willy M'Gee's monkey," and gi'eing him nits and gingerbread, and makin' as muckle of the cratur as could be; for Nosey was a great favourite in the town, and everbody likit him for his droll tricks, and the way he used to girn, and dance, and tumble ower his head, to amuse them.
Here the estimate of his accomplishment is difficult to render, bemuse comparison with the existing state is almost impossible.
Between dawn and daylight the land leaped out of the sea, all clear blues and purples, incomparably fresh and incomparably 111 wistful in that one golden hour of the tropic day before the sun has risen very high--the disembodied spirit of an island.
Mani-boos or Manitoos or Munedoos, Spirits.
1:2 Abraham begat Isaac; and Isaac begat Jacob; and Jacob begat Judas and his brethren; 1:3 And Judas begat Phares and Zara of Thamar; and Phares begat Esrom; and Esrom begat Aram; 1:4 And Aram begat Aminadab; and Aminadab begat Naasson; and Naasson begat Salmon; 1:5 And Salmon begat Booz of Rachab; and Booz begat Obed of Ruth; and Obed begat Jesse; 1:6 And Jesse begat David the king; and David the king begat Solomon of her that had been the wife of Urias; 1:7 And Solomon begat Roboam; and Roboam begat Abia; and Abia begat Asa; 1:8 And Asa begat Josaphat; and Josaphat begat Joram; and Joram begat Ozias; 1:9 And Ozias begat Joatham; and Joatham begat Achaz; and Achaz begat Ezekias; 1:10 And Ezekias begat Manasses; and Manasses begat Amon; and Amon begat Josias; 1:11 And Josias begat Jechonias and his brethren, about the time they were carried away to Babylon: 1:12 And after they were brought to Babylon, Jechonias begat Salathiel; and Salathiel begat Zorobabel; 1:13 And Zorobabel begat Abiud; and Abiud begat Eliakim; and Eliakim begat Azor; 1:14 And Azor begat Sadoc; and Sadoc begat Achim; and Achim begat Eliud; 1:15 And Eliud begat Eleazar; and Eleazar begat Matthan; and Matthan begat Jacob; 1:16 And Jacob begat Joseph the husband of Mary, of whom was born Jesus, who is called Christ.
I never have a single penny to my name, and it ain't father's drinking that's all to blame; if he didn't booze it wouldn't be much better.
Old Simon reclines in his high-back'd chair, And talks about taking a wife; And Margery often is heard to declare She ought to be settled in life, She ought to be settled in life; But Margery has (so the maids say) a tongue, And she's not very handsome, and not very young; So somehow it ends with a shake of the head, And Simon he brews him a tankard instead; While ho!
On the other hand, if the seating is insufficient, or the web of the shoe too wide, and too great a bearing thus given to the sole, then we get, first, an undue pressure upon the last-named portion of the foot a bruise, and, finally, lameness.
Citty w. And if she cannot helpe ye fewe can; shee knowes what belongs to a Tent, or a bruse, and experience is good in those cases.
Patrollers "Me and old lady Eford would be out in the yard and I would hear her cuss the pateroles because they didn't want folks to 'buse their niggers.
INDEX Abelard, Pierre Adonis AEsculapius Agoult, Comte d' Agoult, Marie Sophie, Comtesse d' Amati, family of violin-makers Anfossi, Pasquale Anhalt-Koethen, Prince of Anne, Queen Aphrodite Apollo Arco, Count Arion Arne, Dr. Thomas Arnim, Bettina Brentano von Artignon, D' Artot, Desiree Auber, D.F.E. Aurnhammer Austen, Jane Bacchylides Bach, Johann Ambrosius Bach, Johann Christoph Bach, Johann Michael Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Karl Philip Emmanuel Bach, Maria Barbara Bach, Regina Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann Baillot, Pierre M.F. Baini, Abbate Giuseppe Balfe, Michael William Banck, Carl Baranius, Henrietta Barcinska, Isabella Barezzi, Margarita Bargiel, Madame, mother of Clara Wieck Bargiel, Woldemar Barisani, Doctor Barre, Leonardo Bartalozzi, Madame Beard, John Beatrice (Portinari), Dante's muse Becker, Konstantin J. Beethoven, Ludwig von Behrens, S. Belart, Hans Belderbusch, Count von Bellington, Mrs. Bellini, Vincenzo Belonda, Fraeulein von Bennett, Sterndale Berenclow Beriot, Charles Auguste de Berlioz, Hector Berlioz, Madame Betz, Franz Beyle, Marie Henri Bianchi, Antonia Bizet, Georges Blackburn, Vernon Blahetka, Leopoldine Blow, John Boetius, Anicius Boehler, Christine Boieldieu, Francois A. Boileau-Despreaux, Nicolas Bonnet, J. Bononcini, Giovanni M. Bora, Catherina von Boswell, James Bourdelot Boutmy, Josse or Jodocus Boutmy, Laurent Brahms, Johannes Brandt, Carolina Bray, Mrs Brebos, Gilles Brebos, Jean Brenner, Genofeva von Breunig, Eleanora von Breunig, Stephan von Bridgetower, George Augustus Polgreen Broschi, Carlo (see Farinelli) Browne, Countess von Browning, Robert and Elizabeth Brunetti, Theresa Brunswick, Charlotte, Countess von Brunswick, Therese von Brutus, Marcus Junius Bull, Dr. John Buelow, Cosima von (see also Wagner) Buelow, Daniela von Buelow, Hans von Buelow, Isolde von Buononcini (see Bononcini) Burney, Charles Buus, Jacques Buxtehude, Dietrich Byrd, William Byron, Lord Cabestanh, Guillem de Caccini, Francesca Calina Cannabich, Rosa Capra, Francesca Carlyle, Thomas Carpani, G Carus, Professor Czetwertynska, Ludvika, Duchess Charles X., King Charpentier, Madame Chaucer, Geoffrey Cherubini, M.L.Z.C.S. Chopin, Frederick Chopin, Louise, his sister Chrysander, Fr.
Abiquiu, Ancient cemetery of 111 Acaxers and Yaquis, cairn burial 143 "Adjedatig" 197 Aerial burial in canoes, Chinooks 171 ---- sepulture, 152 Alaric's burial 181 Alaska cave burial 129 Alaskan mummies 134, 135 Alden, E. H., Scaffold burial 161 Aleutian Islanders, embalmment 135, 136 Algonkins, Burial fires of the 198 Alibamans, Aquatic burial of suicides by 180 Allen, Miss A. J., Burial sacrifice 189 Ancient burial customs of barbaric tribes 152 ---- cemetery of Abiquiu 111 ---- nations, Tree burial of 165, 166 Ancients, Curious mourning observances 165, 166 Antiquity of cremation 143 Apingi burial 125, 126 Aquatic burial, Alibamans, of suicides 180 ---- Cherokees 180 ---- Chinooks 180 ---- Gosh-Utes 181 ---- Hyperboreans 180 ---- Ichthyophagi 180 ---- Itzas 180 ---- Kavague 180 ---- Lotophagians 180 ---- Obongo 180 Ascena or Timber Indians 103 Atwater, Caleb, Burial mounds 117 Australian scaffold burial 167 Aztecs and Taracos, Burial sacrifice 190 Baldwin, C. C., Pottawatomie surface burial 141 Balearic Islanders, Cairn burial 143 Bancroft, H. H., Burial sacrifice 190 ----, Canoe burial in ground 112 ----, Costa Rica hut burial 154 ----, Doracho cist burial 115 ----, Esquimaux burial boxes 155 ----, Mourning, Central Americans 185 ----, Pima burial 98 ----, Superstitions regarding dead 201 Barbaric tribes, Ancient burial customs of 152 Barber, E. A., Burial urns 138 ----, Partial cremation 151 Bari of Africa, burial 125 Bartram, John, Cabin burial 122 ----, Choctaw ossuary 120 ----, Partial scaffold burial 169 Bechuana burial 126 Beckwourth, James, Crow mourning 183 Beechey, Capt.
ere morn, in vain caress'd, 400 Clung the cold Babe upon thy milkless breast, With feeble cries thy last sad aid required, Stretch'd its stiff limbs, and on thy lap expired!-- --Long with wide eye-lids on her Child she gazed, And long to heaven their tearless orbs she raised; 405 Then with quick foot and throbbing heart she found Where Chartreuse open'd deep his holy ground; Where Chartreuse.
To this simplest class, in which the association of ideas is determined by mere analogy, belong such cases as that of the Zulu, who chews a piece of wood in order to soften the heart of the man with whom he is about to trade for cows, or the Hessian lad who "thinks he may escape the conscription by carrying a baby-girl's cap in his pocket,--a symbolic way of repudiating manhood."
Though everything said in the text be infallibly true, yet the reader may be, nay, cannot choose but be, very fallible in the understanding of it.
They make models in alabaster of the most celebrated pieces of sculpture and architecture, on any scale you chuse: they fabricate busts too and vases in alabaster.
Like ghosts the agents came and went, obeying commands, fulfilling duties, following clews, making their reports often to officers they never saw or cooperating with other agents they had never seen before and would never see again.
We arranged a list of clues, to be left around, and Ladley was to go out in the night and to be heard coming back.
Do not confuse the heart sounds with those of respiration.
At the time of the Medicine Lodge, the boys in the camp also gathered to see the young men count their coups.
The flagship Scharnhorst, the Gneisenau, the Leipzig and the Nurnberg were sunk in the action, which lasted for five hours, and the German admiral with three of his sons and most of the officers and men of the German crews perished.
All they asked was that things might go on as they were, with the plane reeling off knot after knot of the cruise into the west.
And now see where the king’s spear is, and the cruse of water that was at his bolster.
As soon as the City offices were open, I would call at that of the Santa Cruz Mining Company, and put a few questions to Mr. Bayley which I fancied that individual would find difficult and rather unpleasant to answer.
Nicolas of Cusa.% Nicolas was born in 1401, at Cues (Cusa) on the Moselle near Treves.
If but as well I other accents borrow, That can my speech defuse, my good intent May carry through itself to that full issue For which I raz'd my likeness.
Yet he may not even approach it, except through the transforming atmosphere of the imagination, where alone the saddest notes of woe, even the appalling shriek of despair, are softened, as it were, by the tempering dews of this visionary region, ere they fall upon the heart.
To the astonishment of all, and especially to Minnetaki and the princess mother, the factor fell in heartily with the scheme, with the stipulation that the Drews return with them early in the autumn.
They quitted Egypt from persecution, led by Dara'zi or Durzi, from whom the name Druse (1 syl.)
In one night it abolished tithes to the church, provincial privileges, feudal rights, serfdom, the law of primogeniture, seigniorial dues, and the gabelle, or tax on salt.
Great injury, however, ensues to ourselves, as well as to others interested, from the distance to which prizes must be brought for adjudication and from the impracticability of bringing hither such as are not seaworthy.
The speakers and writers on whom you may rely will not say "to burglarize," "to suspicion," "to enthuse," "plenty rich," "real tired," "considerable discouraged," "a combine," or "humans."
Since so is your request, that I shall do, Although my mind so sorrowful a thing Repines to tell, and though my voice eschews To say what I have seen; yet since your will So fixed stands to hear for what I rue, Your great desires I shall herein fulfil.
No, not take interest; not, as you would say, Directly int'rest; mark what Jacob did: When Laban and himself were compromis'd That all the eanlings which were streak'd and pied Should fall as Jacob's hire, the ewes, being rank, In end of autumn turned to the rams; And when the work of generation was Between these woolly breeders in the act, The skilful shepherd pill'd me certain wands, And, in the doing of the deed of kind, He stuck them up before the fulsome ewes, Who, then conceiving, did in eaning time Fall parti-colour'd lambs, and those were Jacob's.
The place where I was born is on the shore, Where Po brings all his rivers to depart In peace, and fuse them with the ocean floor.
I--I took a b-book--which I had no business to take, and F-fate glues me to your horrid table and holds me fast till a man named George comes in...." Flushed, trembling, excited, she made a quick and dramatic gesture of despair; and a ripping sound rent the silence.
Lastly, a most interesting theory is that which is associated with the name of Groos, and which is best expressed in the sentence: "Animals do not play because they are young, but they have their youth because they must play," play being regarded as the preparation for future life activities.
HEWES, Agnes (Danforth) SEE A boy of the lost crusade.
He hews and fashions his thoughts, as if he meant them to some purpose, but they prove unprofitable, as a piece of wrought timber to no use.
So thro' the dark, impending sky, Where clouds, and fallen vapours roll'd, Their curling wreaths dissolving fly As the faint hues of light unfold-- The air with spreading azure streams, The sun now darts his orient beams-- And now the mountains glow--the woods are bright-- While nature hails the season of delight.
Mr. HUGHES himself, I am glad to see, has been spared, but he fortunately had not to undergo the hazards of a contest.
For the lawe of amytie is suche For a man ought not to demande ner doo to be doon to his frende no vyllayns thynge that ought to be kept secrete And valerian sayth that it is a fowll thynge and an euyll excufacion/ yf a man conffesse that he hath done ony euyll for his frende ayenst right and rayson/ And sayth that ther was a good man named Taffile whiche herde one his frende requyre of hym a thynge dishonnefte whiche he denyed and wold not doo And than his frende sayth to hym in grete dispyte/ what nede haue I of thy frendship & amytie whan thou wylt not doo that thynge that I requyre of the And Taffile answerd to hym/ what nede haue I of the frendship and of the amytie of the/ yf I shold doo for the thynge dishonefte And thus loue is founded otherwhile vpon good prouffitable/ and this loue endureth as longe as he seeth his prouffit And herof men faye a comyn prouerbe in england/ that loue lasteth as longe as the money endureth/ and whan the money faylleth than there is no loue/ and varro reherceth in his smmes/ that y' riche men ben alle louyd by this loue/ for their frendes ben lyke as y'e huse whiche is aboute the grayn/ and no man may proue his frende so well as in aduersite/ or whan he is poure/ for the veray trewe frende faylleth at no nede/ And seneque saith y't some folowe the empour for riches/ and so doon y'e flies the hony for the swetenes/ and the wolf the karayn And thise companye folowe the proye/ and not the man And tullius saith that Tarquyn y'e proude had a neuewe of his suster which was named brutus/ and this neuewe had banysshid tarquyn out of rome and had sente hym in exyle/ And than sayd he first that he parceyuyd & knewe his frendes whiche were trewe & untrewe/ and y't he neuer perceyuyd a fore tyme whan he was puyssant for to doo their wyll/ and sayd well that the loue that they had to hym/ endured not but as longe as it was to them prouffitable/ and therfore ought till the ryche men of the world take hede/ be they Kynges Prynces or ducs to what peple they doo prouffit & how they may and ought be louyd of theyr peple/ For cathon sayth in his book/ see to whom thougyuyst/ and this loue whiche is founded vpon theyr prouffit/ whiche faylleth and endureth not/ may better be callyd and said marchandyse than loue/ For yf we repute this loue to our prouffit only/ and nothynge to the prouffyt of hym that we loue/ It is more marchandyse than loue/ For he byeth our loue for the prouffit that he doth to vs/ and therfor saith the versifier thise two versis Tempore felici multi murmerantur amici Cum fortuna perit nullus amicus erit/ whiche is to saye in English that as longe as a man is ewrous and fortunat he hath many frendes but whan fortune torneth and perisshith, ther abideth not to hym one frende/ And of this loue ben louyd the medowes, feldes, Trees and the bestes for the prouffit that men take of them/ But the loue of the men ought to be charyte, veray gracious and pure by good fayth/ And the veray trewe frendes ben knowen in pure aduersite/ and pers alphons saith in his book of moralite that ther was a philosophre in arabye that had an onely sone/ of whom he demanded what frendes he had goten hym in his lyf.
Our native composers are especially noticeable for their wide range of themes, for the Celtic and Gaelic glamour which they infuse into their treatment of them, and for their realistic titles.
Between the apsis and the auditory, called the "nave," was the altar; for by this time the Church was borrowing names and emblems from the Jews and the old religions.
One of the largest tame kangaroos I have seen in the country is domiciled here, and a mischievous wag he is, creeping and snuffing cautiously toward a stranger, with such an innocently expressive countenance, that roguery could never be surmised to exist under it--when, having obtained as he thinks a sufficient introduction, he claps his forepaws on your shoulders, (as if to caress you,) and raising himself suddenly upon his tail, administers such a well-put push with his hind-legs, that it is two to one but he drives you heels over head!