Come in mar la tempesta a gran fortuna, Cominciarno l' assalto i cavalieri Nel verde prato, per la notte bruna, Con sproni urtarno addosso i buon destrieri; E si scorgeano al lume de la luna, Dandosi colpi dispietati e fieri, Ch' era ciascun difor forte ed ardito Ma piu non dico; il Canto e qui finito.
Very shortly after this Letter, he left Belsito again (for good, as it proved); and returned to England with his household, there to consider what should next be done.
SEE Perez Galdos, Benito.
bonito, -a, pretty, charming, good, fine.
In June, Saavedra set sail on his return towards New Spain, taking with him Simon de Brito, Patalin, and other Portuguese prisoners; but, after several months sail, he was forced back to Tidore by contrary winds, where Patalin was beheaded and quartered, and the rest of the Portuguese prisoners hanged.
C. Vipsanius Apronianus, L. Fonteius Capito. (
They are distributed as follows:-- Comito or Master 1 Quartermasters 8 Carpenters 2 Caulkers 2 In charge of stores and arms 4 Orderlies 2 Cook 1 Arblasteers 50 Rowers 180 ----- 250 This does not include the Sopracomito, or Gentleman-Commander, who was expected to be valens homo et probus, a soldier and a gentleman, fit to be consulted on occasion by the captain-general.
--Entonces, respondi asombrado a mi vez de la credulidad de aquel pobre hombre, dare credito a lo que usted dice, sin objetar palabra; aunque a mi se me habia figurado, anadi recalcando estas ultimas frases para ver el efecto que le hacian, que todo eso de las brujas y los hechizos no eran sino antiguas y absurdas patranas de las aldeas.
12 of the Tatler as Divito, who has a perfect art in being unintelligible in discourse and uncomeatable in business.
He built many towns in the conquered countries; particularly Compostella, Guadalajara, after the place of his own birth in Spain, Santo Espirito de la Conception, and St Michael, which last is in lat.
Posciache fummo al quarto di venuti, Gaddo mi si gitto disteso a' piedi, Dicendo: Padre mio, che non m' ajuti?
Los guerreros del claustro dicen que pusieron mano una noche a sus espadas de granito, y dieron que hacer a los que se entretenian en pintarles bigotes con carbon.
Quizzing enough he got among us for all this, and for the singular chiaroscuro manner of procedure, like that of an Archimagus Cagliostro, or Kaiser Joseph Incognito, which his anonymous known-unknown thunderings in the Times necessitated in him; and much we laughed,--not without explosive counter-banterings on his part;--but, in fine, one could not do without him; one knew him at heart for a right brave man. "
Fortunately for the poet," as Panizzi observes, Ippolito was not always in Ferrara.
The letter was as follows: "Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.... "You fight for us, and our hearts are with you.
Gabru and Cyril D'Cunha were at the desk and Gurudas R. ("Kaka") Singbal, Pramod Khandeparkar and Jovito Lopes on the field?
* * * * * This day O Muse must thou tarry in a friend's house, the house of the king of Kyrene of goodly horses, that with Arkesilas at his triumph thou mayst swell the favourable gale of song, the due of Leto's children, and of Pytho.
It was easy enough to walk away from them, if a man wanted the feeling of utter solitude (the beach extends from Matanzas Inlet to Mosquito Inlet, thirty-five miles, more or less); while at other times they not only furnished shadow and a seat, but, with the paths and little clearings behind them, were an attraction to many birds.
nieto, m., grandchild.
From thence he proceeded to Zuzullin, and came at length to Nito; from whence he went to a bay on the coast, called St Andre, where, finding a good haven, he built a town called Natividad de nuestra Sennora.
This appears in the translation as follows: "Uomo astutissimo, perito d' affari, e conoscitore delle altre corti: affettava un contegno il piu umile, e reservato." "
Polito at one time kept the menagerie in Exeter Change.
His troops were exchanging shots at long range across a deep valley with the retreating Spaniards, most of whom had forded (losing a lot of men, who were drowned) a deep and rapid river known in that country as the Rio Prieto.
"I'm dead sure of it, and more than that, old Quito gave me to understand he believed they were connected with the junta that was pushing this new revolution in Colombia."
the WELL in Sausalito, Calf.,
There were a few rare engravings on the walls, hung between enormous antlers which supported rough-looking rifles and uncouth hunting-shirts,--cases of elegantly bound and valuable books, half hidden by heavy buffalo-robes marked all over with strange-looking hieroglyphics which told the Indian coups,--study-chairs of the most elaborate manufacture, with levers and screws to incline them to any, the idlest, inclination, over the backs of which hung white wolf-skins, mounted, claws and all, with brilliant red cloth,--and in the corner, on the pretty Brussels carpet, the prettiest that mamma could find at Shellito's, lay the bag of Indian weed (Uncle John scorned tobacco) with which he filled his pipe every evening, and the moccasins which he always wore when at home.
O settentrional vedovo sito, Poi che privato sei di mirar quelle!"
Tito is a more natural character, good-natured, kind-hearted, with generous impulses.