Beim Sonnenstrahle deines Lichts Lass jeden Wahn verschwinden!
Old bars of flat iron may be laid under the boiler chime to prevent that part of the boiler from being burned out, and bars of iron should also run through the brickwork to prevent it from splitting.
As I stood there, looking down, I marveled how it had been possible for the creatures to climb so far; for the wall is comparatively smooth, while the distance to the ground must be, at least, eighty feet.
Possibly my cloak might not have been respected, and the jus gentium might have been cruelly violated in my person--for, in the dark, people commit deeds of darkness, gas being a great ally of morality--but it so happened that, on this night, there was no other outside passenger; and the crime, which else was but too probable, missed fire for want of a criminal.
And with a radiant smile of anticipation Becky's soul went out upon its happy quest, leaving behind her the grime and poverty of Cove Street forever.
Keepe alonge Close by the shoare, the rocks will shelter us And may perhapps affoord us lobsters, praunes, Shrimps, crabbes, and such lyke shell fishe; hence we may Hunt the sea urchen, and with safety too; There's many holde hime for a dayntye fishe, Hee sells well in the markett.
There is plenty of lime-stone in the island, a great quarry of free-stone, and some natural woods, but none of any age, as they cut the trees for common country uses.
To the writer's mind there is nothing more lovely in seaward England than the scenery around Golden Cap, that glorious hill that rises near little old "Chiddick," and no sea town to equal Lyme, standing at the gate of Devon and incomparably more interesting and unspoilt than any Devon coast town.
Behind sheltering palms, safe from gossips' sharp gaze, Is acted in mime one of life's dearest plays,-- Sweet Bessie's brown eyes raised beseechingly up, Her lips just released from the kiss of her cup, And Fred, I much fear, From small sounds that I hear, Is as bold as the rim of her cup,--and as near,-- And how can a bachelor be at his ease With such sights and such sounds at our afternoon teas?
And he ne'er ceast to venter all in prime, Till of his age, quite was consum'd the prime.
In a sonnet, the first, the fourth, the fifth, and the eighth line, usually rhyme to one an other: so do the second, third, sixth, and seventh lines; the ninth, eleventh, and thirteenth lines; and the tenth, twelfth, and fourteenth lines.
2:3 And when she could not longer hide him, she took for him an ark of bulrushes, and daubed it with slime and with pitch, and put the child therein; and she laid it in the flags by the river's brink.
Then to bee foxd it is no crime, Since thickest and dull Braines It makes sublime.
"Well, we 'its all the 'igh places, and lands on a bit o' level road just often enough to pick up more speed--comes round that sharp bend on 'alf a wheel, syme as I told you--kills three pye- dogs for sure, an' maybe others, but I don't dare look round-- misses a camel in the dark that close that the 'air on my arms an' legs fair crawled up an' down me--'it's a lump o' rock that comes near tippin' us into the ditch--an' carries on faster an' ever.
Take a rump of beef, lard it with bacon and spices, betwixt the larding, stuff it with forced meat, made of a pound of veal, three quarters of a pound of beef-suet, a quarter of a pound of fat bacon boiled and shred well by itself, a good quantity of parsley, winter savoury, thyme, sweet-marjoram, and an onion, mix all this together, season it with mace cloves, cinnamon, salt, Jamaica and black pepper, and some grated bread, work the forc'd-meat up with three whites and two yolks of eggs, then stuff it, and lay some rough suet in a stew pan with your beef upon it, let it fry till it be brown then put in some water, a bunch of sweet herbs, a large onion stuffed with cloves, sliced turnips, carrots cut as large as the yolk of an egg, some whole pepper and salt, half a pint of claret, cover it close, and let it stew six or seven hours over a gentle fire, turning it very often.
The time of our visit was in the dry season, which lasts from October till April, and alternates with the wet one, from May till September.