At a tavern where we stopped, Ban-na took me aside, and with a sorrowful countenance, said, 'This bad house--bar house--no good.'
Without saying anything of my intentions to any one, I mounted the railing, and taking hold of the centre rope, just below the upper block, I put one foot on the hook below the lower block, and stepped off just as I did so some one called out "hold on."
"The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it."
Sidenote: fills it up from the quaestors; Hitherto a man had become a senator either at the censor's summons (of which he was practically certain if he had been tribune or quaestor), or, if he had been consul, praetor or aedile.
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In order the more completely to debar the states from meddling with such matters, they are expressly prohibited from entering into agreements with each other or with a foreign power; they cannot engage in war, save in case of actual invasion or such imminent danger as admits of no delay; without consent of Congress they cannot keep a military or naval force in time of peace, or impose custom-house duties.
One might as sensibly deny a future to Ecclesiastes, The Golden Ass, Gulliver's Travels, and the works of Rabelais as to predict oblivion for such a thesaurus of ironic wit and fine fantasy, mellow wisdom and strange beauty as Jurgen.
I will thus deprive the public of the satisfaction of misinterpreting my taste for solitude, and the Marquis of all suspicion that he is in any manner to blame for it.
He that can dispense with himself to slander a Jew or a Turk, doth in so doing render himself worse than either of them by profession is: for even they, and even pagans themselves, disallow the practice of inhumanity and iniquity.
embargo, m., hindrance; sin --, nevertheless, however, notwithstanding.
It is certainly our duty to diminish as far as we can the burdens of taxation and to regard all the restrictions which are imposed on the trade and navigation of our citizens as evils which we shall mitigate whenever we are not prevented by the adverse legislation and policy of foreign nations or those primary duties which the defense and independence of our country enjoin upon us.
The Saxons exclude dumb, blind, leprous, and such like persons from all inheritance, as we do fools.
CHAPTER LII.--That to check the arrogance of a Citizen who is growing too powerful in a State, there is no safer Method, or less open to objection, than to forestall him in those Ways whereby he seeks to advance himself.
May heaven forfend that you should ever be like that.
Freeze, froze or freezed, freezing, frozen or freezed.
In all his hurried journeys we see busy royal clerks scribbling away at each halt charters, grants, letters patent and letters close, the king too fighting, riding, dictating, signing, sometimes dating his letters from three places on the same day.
The world was a fool, ere since it begun, And since neither Janus nor Chronos, nor I, Can hinder the crimes, Or mend the bad times, 'Tis better to laugh than to cry.
An air express holdup; or, How pilot George Selkirk carried through.
Should the deer have been caught by one of its fore-feet it will soon be taken, because in the act of running it will beat and batter its own face and body; if by the hind-leg, the clog comes trailing along and must needs impede the action of every limb.
Nothing else is more powerful than religious conviction and sentiment to reinforce good conduct and to inhibit wrong action.
why dost thou set thy heart Where interdict of partnership must be?
The policeman brought her to a lockup house, where she was put into a large room, already crowded with females, waiting to be examined for their various offences.
But presently, studying his face, they cried in a loud voice, "Nix!
Hardy switched his position in his chair, sitting a little more to the right, so that the edge of the seat would not obstruct the movement of his hand towards the holster on his right thigh.
Some auxiliary provisions will therefore, it is presumed, be requisite, and it is hoped that these may be made consistently with a due regard to the convenience of our citizens, who can not but be sensible of the true wisdom of encountering a small present addition to their contributions to obviate a future accumulation of burthens.
The Democratic party desired to re-elect Mr. Verplanck, if some assurance could be obtained from him that he would not oppose the policy of the Administration in regard to the bank.
The tenderness of her voice when she replied (it had some of the characteristic qualities of his beloved woodwinds) did not preclude a bead of humor, almost mischief, from gilding the salient points of its modeling.
M Maceration of Medicines 671 Mackerel, to Carve 2643 to Choose 2 Mad Animals, Bite of, to Treat 1366 Magisterial Order for Protection of Wife's Property 1576-1580 Magnesia, Properties and Uses of 737 Powders of Rhubarb and 571 Mahogany, Frames of, to Clean 386 to Remove Ink Stains from 402 to Remove Stains from 401 Male Fern Root, Properties and Uses of 579, 785 Mallow, Uses of 791 Man and Wife, Deed of Separation Between 1567 Man of Business, Habits of 2597 Management, Household, Hints on 438 How to Learn 463 Mange in Dogs 2178 Mangoes, to Pickle 1663 Mania for Greek and Latin Quotations 219 Manifold Writing 2486b Manly Character 1990 Manna, to Make Palatable 2089 Uses of 733 Manners, Artificial 1982 Personal, Hints upon 1983-2024 Maps, to Varnish 349 Marble, to Clean 367, 389, 408, 2315 To Stain 1414 Marbled Goose 1264 March, Flowers for 254 Food in Season in 33 Margarine 2747 Marine Glue 2499 Marketing, Dr. Kitchiner's Rules for 44 Table for 2775 Marking Ink, without Preparation 2485 to Remove 425 Marmalade, Apple 2134 Orange 2133 Marriage, Banns of, How Published 1941 Breach of Promise of 1561-1566 of Dissenters 1957 Etiquette of 1938 License, Cost of 1939, 1940 by Registration 1942 Married Women, Earnings of 1582 Personal Property of 1583 Marrow Bones, to Cook 1157 Marshmallow, Uses of 790 Mastic Cement 2503 Matches, Keep from Children's Reach 474 (xiii) Matrimonial Causes and Divorce 1568-1575 Matrimony, Game of 108 Matting, Straw, to Clean 381 May, Flowers for 258 Food in Season in 35 Mazurka (Dance) 146 Meaning of Words Indicated by Accent 186 Varied by Accentuation 189 Measles, Homoeopathic Treatment of 952 Remedy for 626 Symptoms of 952 Measures in Medicine, Signs of 663 Substitutes for 665 Meat, Baking 1082 Basting 1084 Boiled, Liquor from, Use of 1074-1076 Boiling, Effect of, on 1077 Broiling 1081 Cakes 1252 for Children 2077 Cold, Broiled with Poached Eggs 1181 Cold, Economy of 466 Cookery 1138 Dredging 1085 Fat of, What it Indicates 1784 Flesh of, Why sometimes Red and sometimes White 1785 Fresh Killed, Length of Time Required for Boiling 1070 Frying 1083 Hook, How to Use 1029 How to Cook Properly 1073 Hung, Treatment of 474 (x, xi) Joints of, Names and Situations 27 Joints of, Relative Economy of 29 Marbled, Why Best 1784 Method of Cutting up 28 Pie, Paste for 1258 Potted (Strasburg Mode) 1222 to Preserve 1650, 2317 to be Purchased in Person 474 (xvi) Time Required for Boiling 1069 Underdone 1073 When in Season 31-42 (ii) Mechanical Remedies, Enumeration of 782 Medical Man's Advice Desirable in Illness 590 Medicinal Uses of Vaseline 2325 Medicine, Administering, Cautions 676 Aperients, Various 652-658 Articles Required in Mixing 660 Classification of 690 Climate 681 Decoction 674 Digestion 672 Directions for Preparation 659 Doses, According to Age 688 Extracts 675 Filtering 670 Forms best suited for 684 General Health 682 Habits 679 Homoeopathic, How Given 929 How to Administer 687 Idiosyncrasy 683 Infusion 673 Maceration 671 Measuring Accurately 664 Miscellaneous Recipes 578-588 Mixtures, Various 555-564 Pounding 666-668 Preparation of 659 Process of Making 666 Sex 677 Sifting 669 Signs for Measures 663 Substitutes for 665 Signs for Weights 662 Stains of, to Remove 434 Stimulants and Narcotics 680 Taste of, to Prevent 685, 686 Temperament 678 Terms Used to Express Properties of 851 Weights and Measures 661 Melons, to Pickle 1663 Mending, Best Time for 450 Clothes 362 Menial Servants, Agreements with 1445 Menstruation, Excessive, Remedy for 627 Painful 629 Scanty 628 Mental and Bodily Exercise, Alternation of 921 Menu for Large Dinner Parties 2619 Mercury, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1347 Merino Wool 1831 Metagram 63 Mice, White, Care of 2168 Mildew from Linen, to Remove 428, 2743 on Trees, to Prevent 278 Milk, Adulteration of 2753 for Children 2074 for Infants, to Prepare 2072 Lemonade 2289 Porridge for Children 2076 to Preserve 1649 of Roses, Recipe for 1710 When Purest 2764 Why it Turns Sour during Thunderstorms 1792 Minced Beef 1139 Collops 1218 Mincemeat, to Prepare 1217 Minor Operations in Surgery 838 Mint, Sauce, Substitute for 1056 Vinegar 2209 Why it is Eaten with Pea Soup 1790 Mirrors, to Clean 418 Misdivision of Words 166 Mispronunciation of Words 165 Mississippi, Game of 2581 Mistress and Servants, Table of Expenses 2772 Mixtures, Medicinal, Various 555-564 Mock Crab 2234 Goose 1166 Modelling 2346-2383 Ancient Cities, in Cork 2362 Cathedrals, Churches, &c. 2365-2366 Caves 2350 Caves in Cinders 2351 Caves in Cork 2354 Caves, to Represent Water Issuing from 2360 Cities and Temples, to Construct 2374 Cork, Small 2355 Countries 2368 Finishing Various Parts 2356 Houses 2364, 2367 Living Objects 2375-2380 Materials Required in 2348 Modern Cities, in Cork 2363 Monuments 2372 Mountains 2371 Paper Cement for 2370 Public Buildings 2365 Ruins 2373 Scale for 2347 Stalactites 2353 Starch Paste 2361 Temples 2374 Tools Required in 2349 Topographical 2369 in Various Materials 2346 Wax to Make 2381 Wooden 2357-2359 Moderation in Eating and Drinking Beneficial 924 Money, Borrowed when Under Age, Repayments of 1603 for Daily Expenses 2614 Matters, Hints upon 2613 Monkeys, Care of 2169 Moral, A (Poetry) 290 Mordants, in Dyeing 2684 Morning Milk 2764 Mortars, Proper Kinds of, for Medicines 668 Mother Eve's Pudding 1315 Moths, Garden, to Destroy 284 to Exterminate from Clothes Closets 430 to Preserve Clothes from 429 to Preserve Furs from 2262 to Prevent 1676, 2474-2475 Mourning, Dresses, to Remove Stains from 2259 Economy in 1974 Etiquette of 1971 Families in, Correspondence with 1976 Mouth Glue 2488 Mucilage of Gum Arabic 587 of Starch 588 Muffins, to Make 2097 Mumps, Homoeopathic Treatment of 953 Remedy for 630 Mushrooms, Artificial Beds for 275 Essence of 2205 to Distinguish from Fungi 1129 to Pickle 1669 to Stew 1127 Wholesome, to distinguish 1128 Muslin, to Dye 2685-2689 to Wash 2740 Mustard, Adulteration of 2754 Leaves, Rigollot's 810 Medicinal Uses of 731 Poultices 810 Mutton, Advantages of Hanging 474 (x), 1040 Breast of, to Roast 1044 Chine of, to Roast 1041 Choice of 14 Fed near Sea, Nutritious 1783 Hashed 1147-1161 Haunch of, to Carve 2651 to Roast 1045 Leg of, to Carve 2657 Lobscous 1142 Loin of, to Carve 2658 to Roast 1043 Loss of, in Roasting and Boiling 1086 Neck of, to Roast 1044 Pie 1244 Saddle of, to Carve 2650 to Roast 1041 Sausages, to Make 1188 Shanks for Stock 467 Shoulder of, to Carve 2656 to Roast 1042 Soup, to Prepare 1132 Stew 1135 Various Joints of, Described 28 (ii) Venison Fashion, to Roast 1046 When in Season 28 (ii) Myrrh Dentifrice 1689 Gargle 525 N Nail-box 313 Nails and Screws 311, 312 Nails, Finger, Biting 2394 to Whiten 1682 Names, Signification of 970 Naphtha Polish 2237 Napkins, Table, to Fold 2620 Napoleon, Game of 130 Narcotic Poisons, Treatment for 1360 Narcotics, Nature and Uses of 692 Properties of 892 Needles, Short Ones the Best 474 (iv) How to Thread 474 (xxii) Needlework, Fancy 1808 Nervous Headache, Pills for 2384 Nervousness, Remedy for 631 Netting 1824-1832 Darning on 1830 Diamond 1827 Grecian 1831 Implements Used in 1826 Regularity Necessary in 1825 Round 1828 Square 1829 Stiches in, How Counted 1832 Nettlerash, Homoeopathic Treatment of 954 Nettle-sting, Cure for 2432 New Neighbourhoods for Business 2602 New Paint, Smell of, to Remove 335 Newspapers, Waste, Care of 327 Unfit for Wrappers 326 Nightcap for Travellers 2281 Nightlights, to Make 1001 Nipples, Sore, Ointment for 2408 Nitrate of Ammonium as Freezing Mixture 2151 of Silver, Properties and Uses of 780 Nitre, Poisoning by, Treatment for 1359 Uses of 751 Nitric Ether, Uses of 697 Nobility, Directions for Addressing 240 Nose, Bleeding at, to Arrest 1328, 2393 Notice to Quit, Form of, from Landlord to Tenant 1500 Form of, from Tenant to Landlord 1499 Given by Landlord or Tenant 1498 Legal Term of 1501 or Pay Increase of Rent 1502 Noun, Accent on 187 Definition of 187 November, Flowers for 270 Food in Season in 41 Noxious Gases, How Generated 915, 918 Nursery, Borax in the 2321 Children's 2064 Servants Sleeping in 2065 Nutrients, Properties of 893 Nutritive Enema 512 O Oak Bark, Uses of 723 October, Flowers for 268 Food in Season in 40 Offensive Breath 2405 Officers' Dress, Etiquette 1928 Official Members of the State, to Address 240 (x) Oil, Burning, Best Mode of Keeping 998 Clocks, Best for 347 Enema 517 Lamp, Best for 358 Paint, Smell of, to Remove 336 Paintings, Cautions Respecting 356 To Remove from Hearths 407 of Roses, for Hair 1705 of Turpentine, Properties and Uses of 755 Oilcloth, to Clean 380 Ointments and Cerates, Various 541-547 Proper Employment of 805 Omelette, Friars' 1308 Ordinary 1309 Observations on 1310 Onions, to Pickle 1660 Smell of, to Remedy 2406 Open Doors or Windows in Fire 1383 Operations, Surgical, Minor 838 Opium Enema 516 Lotion 531 Nature and Uses of 700 Properties of 711 Orange Confection 489 Marmalade 2133 Peel as a Tonic 2461 Peel Syrup.
Suppose the power of the Executive chair should take under its care the right of voting, and who should proscribe any portion of our citizens who should carry with them to the polls of election their own opinions, creeds, and doctrines.
She could not restrain a laugh.
The whole discussion evinces an unanimous concurrence in the principle that the Secretary of the Treasury is wholly an executive officer, and the struggle of the minority was to restrict his power as such.
It also had much to do with the seizure of Richard Andrews' Jolnet node and the shutdown of Charles Boykin's AT&T node.
The directions of the captain were very positive not to remain in the battery a minute after it was taken, but to board the gunboats, leaving only one of the small boats, with the armourer, to spike the guns, for the captain was aware that there were troops stationed along the coast who might come down upon us and beat us off.
When I begin to speak about Peter I can't stop, and forget how tiresome it must be for people to listen.
She had got it the other day to serve as understudy for the gold bag which was "taboo" for public use at present.
This step also was strongly opposed by Charles John, but as it had been adopted by three successive Storthings, the act under the constitution became a law in spite of any veto.
Nor did Heaven withhold its blessing from a cause thus hallowed by filial devotion; the operation, which quickly followed his arrival at the farm, was attended with perfect success.