The grave is appropriately placed in the north aisle of the nave, only a few feet from the last resting-place of Sir Isaac Newton.
Ever most affectionately yours, SAMUEL ROGERS In the autumn of 1853 Lord John took his family up to Roseneath, in Scotland, which had been lent them by the Duke of Argyll.
I prithee give me leave to curse awhile.
But hour after hour elapsing without any appearance of the person she expected, she thought to beguile the tedious time by reading; and remembering that Melanthe had a very agreeable book in her hand that morning, she opened a drawer, where she knew that lady was accustomed to throw any thing in, which she had no occasion to conceal; but how great was her surprise when, instead of what she sought, she found the letter from count de Bellfleur which Melanthe, in the hurry of spirits, had forgot to lock up.
Quippe haec omnia ex atra bile et amore proveniunt.
Conceiving that the correspondence could be carried on more promptly through the Danish legation at Washington, I addressed a letter on the 20th of April to Mr. Steene-Bille, Charge d'Affaires of the king of Denmark in this country, and sent with it copies of the documents which had been forwarded to Professor Schumacher.
From these I propose to compile a very grand Work, which shall not be inferior to Utopia, Carimania, Guttiverania, Art of Flogging, Daily Journal, Epigrams on the Dunciad, or Oratory Transactions." ...
Translated from the French by Francoise Delisle.
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From one unus'd in pomp of words to raise A courtly monument of empty praise, Where self, transpiring through the flimsy pile, Betrays the builder's ostentatious guile, Accept, oh West, these unaffected lays, Which genius claims and grateful justice pays.
Minnie-Ellen Marquis Hastings & Anna Rose Marquis Heil (C); 11Mar63; R311797.
hile he and his seven colleagues from Douglas County were yet candidates for the convention, they had circulated a written pledge that they would submit the constitution to the people for ratification.
He assumed two original substances,--God and Hyle, light and darkness, good and evil,--which were opposed to each other.
7 Mitylene, a city of Lesbos, Metelin Moesia, a country of Europe, and a province of the ancient Illyricum, bordering on Pannonia, divided into the Upper, containing Bosnia and Servia, and the Lower, called Bulgaria Mona, in Caesar, the Isle of Man; in Ptolemy, Anglesey, G. v. 13 Mor)ini, an ancient people of the Low Countries, who probably inhabited on the present coast of Bologne, on the confines of Picardy and Artois, because Caesar observes that from their country was the nearest passage to Britain, G. ii.
JUSTIS, LYLE, illus.
La riviere passee et apres avoir marche quelque temps, l'habitant de Marseille dit: "Cette fois, voila vraiment la Somme.--Apres tout, dit le Gascon, j'ai bien reflechi et je crois que mon lievre etait a peu pres comme celui que nous avons vu tout a l'heure.--Et moi, je te dis, mon ami, que cette riviere n'est pas plus terrible que la Garonne."
Early in the morning the royal army was seen in positionb on the summit of a range of hills, which gave them a decided superiority in case of attack; but Essex, whose artillery, with one-fourth of his men, was several miles in the rear, satisfied with having arrested the march of the enemy, quietly posted the different corps, as they arrived, on a rising ground in the Vale of the Red Horse, about half a mile in front of the village.
And to accomplish the work we have undertaken, we are lucky to have the conscientious studies of our old associates in the great work of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance to assist us: such as those of Emile Begin, Elzear Blaze, Depping, Benjamin Guerard, Le Roux de Lincy, H. Martin, Mary-Lafon, Francisque Michel, A. Monteil, Rabutau, Ferdinand Sere, Horace de Viel-Castel, A. de la Villegille, Vallet de Viriville.
This was the position of affairs when young Marmaduke Nevile came to London to enter the service of his relative the Earl of Warwick; and some points of it were explained to the young man by the earl himself when he had introduced the youth to his daughters, Isabel and Anne.
Sidenote:--8-- Hard upon Vespasian's entrance into Alexandria the Nile overflowed, and rose in one day a palm higher than usual; indeed, such an occurrence, it was said, had taken place only once before.
Although our new vessels of this class, Blitz, Pfeil, Greif, Jagd, and Wacht, fulfill the requirements, still greater speed was deemed requisite, and steps were taken for the construction of the Meteor, which was launched at Kiel in 1890.
The child, immediately on his entry into the world, fell under the control of the State: it was not left to the judgment of his parents, as elsewhere, whether he should be brought up or not, but a commission of the Phyle in which he was born decided the question.
A pile-driver was towed up the river, but as this particular pile-driver had not the usual stationary steam-engine accompanying it, the great iron weight which was dropped upon the piles to drive them into the river bed was elevated by means of a windlass and mule power.
from Howard Pyle's works.
They had blankets to stretch on the floor for beds, a general basin to wash in, and for some time amused themselves watching through the barred windows the crowds outside that flocked to the place to see the Yankees, and, when not checked by the guards, to revile and taunt them.
The Colonel's always sayin' he ain't a soldier, but I reckon you better look out how you rile Kentucky!"
Ryle and James, The Pss.
Rogers, Samuel, J.E. Thorold, Rosebery, Earl of, Rossetti, D.G., Rowton, Lord, Ruskin, John, Russell, Lord Charles, Lord John (sixth Duke of Bedford), Lord John (Earl Russell), Russell, Odo (Lord Ampthill), Lord William, Lord Wriothesley, Rutland, Duke of, Salisbury, Marquis of, Saurin, Lady Mary (nee Ryder), Sawbridge, Mrs., Scott, John (Earl of Eldon), Rev. Thomas, Sir Waller, William (Lord Stowell), Seaman, Owen, Seeley, Sir John, Sellon, Miss, Seymour, Lady Robert, Sir Hamilton, Jane, Lady (Duchess of Somerset), Lord Robert, Shaftesbury, sixth Earl of, seventh Earl of, Shaw-Lefevre, Charles (Viscount Eversley), Sheil, R.L., Sheppard, Thomas, Sherbrooke, Viscount, Sheridan, Jane (Lady Seymour, Duchess of Somerset), Sheridan, R.B., Short, Rev. Thomas, Shorthouse, J.H., Shuckburgh, Lady, Sibthorp, Colonel, Siddons, Mrs., "Silly Billy," Smith, Eliza, Goldwin, Henry, Horace, Smith, Robert (Lord Carrington), Rev. Sydney, Somerset, Duchess of (see Sheridan, Jane).
glanced at "Tartarin" with a smile, and tossed it back into the bag, at letters and passport, said it must be very interesting to see both sides, and so, after a question or two, to the train for Koln.
About a week after Mr Lawrence Croft had had his conversation with Miss March on the stile steps at Midbranch, he was obliged to return to his home in New York.
But if thou wouldst be seen, as well as read, Copy one living author, and one dead: The standard of thy style let Etherege be; For wit, the immortal spring of Wycherly: Learn, after both, to draw some just design, 30 And the next age will learn to copy thine.
17, 118); Heinrich von Stein in Rostock (born 1833), Sieben Buecher zur Geschichte des Platonismus, 1862-75; Ludwig Stein in Berne, editor of the Archiv fuer Geschichte der Philosophie, founded in 1877, Die Psychologie der Stoa, I. Metaphysisch-Anthropologischer Theil, 1886, II.
Then hee's a good Lawyer, for hees never without a fierie facies, & the least Capias will take his habeas Corpus: besides, another point of a Lawyere, heele raile and rave against his dearest friends and make the world think they are enemies, when the next day theile laugh, bee fat and drunk together: and a rare Astronomer, for he has starres twinckling in his eyes in the darkest night when a wise man discernes none in the firmament, and will take great paines in the practise, for lay him on his backe in the open fields over night, and you shal be sure to finde him there in the morning.
If but a tile fallen from an high roof have brained a passenger, or the breaking of a coach-wheel have endangered the burden, he swears he will keep home, or take him to his horse.
The vile woman, it seems, has been guilty of defaming the reputations of others.
de René Weil) (A) COOPER, ALICE CECILIA, comp.
A non-commissioned officer, named Weill, with a party blew up the wall with dynamite, and the safe was extricated from the rubbish, carried to the station, put on a truck, and sent to Boche-land.
With these in her hands she fell to dancing, and the while she danced she flung the hoops into the air--overhead she sent them twirling--judging the height they must be thrown to catch them, as they fell, in perfect time. (
But, no more; since I have taken up my pen solely to wile away these last, brief, melancholy hours, in narrating those circumstances of my past life, which shall have tended to shrivel ere long, amidst diabolical agonies, the trembling hand that records them, like a parched scroll, and to scatter the ashes of this now vigorous body, to the winds.
I also gained a lot of valuable insights into my own hobbies and interests since for the first time in my life I was on my own and free to make decisions or experiment with ideas I thought worthwhile.