These rules, it is believed, are now observed in most civi- lized countries, though often violated either through ignorance or inattention. This was in my opinion a proper occasion to resort to the perfection of reason for redress. In a precisely similar manner the modem French grille is formed from the Latin craticula. This kept him out of London. Nor could satire call it forth, for no one would be at pains to satirize actual rusticity. Martyn improves the story by telling that, when the numbers were reported, the opponents of the Bill showed surprise, and that Shaftesbury, seeing that there was a mistake, immediately rose, and made along speech on some other subject, and several Peers having gone in and come out while he was speaking, it was impossible to re-tell the House iia Laws and Customs.
And we know well that the word Tumlus signifieth the same that Sepulchrum or monumentum doth; and yet not properly from the very nature of the word, but by a Metonymie. Thomae Boughton de Causton, ob. But there is one opinion put forth by certain English writers, who, if they could bring it about, would not leave the rest of the world a single philosopher, which we are inclined to treat with infinite contempt. The wheel was perpetually dancing before me; and as a man after looking at the bright sun in the firmament, for a few moments, sees when he withdraws his eyes a thousand orbs dancing before him, so did I a thousand spinning jenneys. Matthew Arnold, and it shows some of the weak points which belong to the system.
Houses there are among the Downs, it is true, but they are old-established, the homes of families that can remember no other homes. A 'bus, it is true, plies between, but it is one of those long, close prisons with windows that annihilate thought by their shattering unfixedness. The Court of Piepoudre for Bartholomew Fair was held at the Hand and Shears public-house, corner of Middle Street, Cloth Fair, almost until the abolition of Bartholomew Fair. At the end of three years, I was sent for to my worthy uncle, who was dangerously ill. This was a great oversight, since experience has taught me that justice is blind, and of course requires a lawyer to direct her.
It puzzled him confoundedly to find where his theory was out at the elbows. In wrestling, the stronger machine was very apt to impose upon the weaker, by throwing it down with as little ceremony as possible. But this town was then called Waver-Roger, by way of distinction from Brunes-waver and Thester-waver; the reason whereof is plain, Roger de Wauere son of Robert being sometime Lord thereof. He insisted the first was a reflection upon Providence, and that it was entirely contrary to reason that one man should be so much wiser than all the rest put together. But if one's first impression of new country cannot be too favourable we have done rightly in starting at Midhurst, even at the risk of a loss of enthusiasm in the concluding chapters. They are conventional pastorals on the Italian model, futile in plot and commonplace in style.
Mary, Lambeth, these entries of payment occur. Since which time the possession thereof hath gone along with Bulkinton, till now: therfore shall I not need to make instance by particular proofs; in regard, that all those Records, that I have made use of for Bulkinton, do manifest the same. Of Homer, Shakspeare, and the few names that occupy the summit of the temple of Fame, how little do we know; while every body knows all about the lesser lights, that will twinkle for a little while in the darkness which surrounds them, and then go out for ever. And being to take the greatest advantage she hath upon us from her, let us take a cleane contrary way from the common, let us remove her strangenesse from her, let us converse, frequent, and acquaint our selves with her, let us have nothing so much in minde as death, let us at all times and seasons, and in the ugliest manner that may be, yea with all faces shapen and represent the same unto our imagination. If they could only read that, thought I, they would go near to destroy themselves.
I remained in this state of solitary abstraction for about a month, during which my enthusiasm in behalf of the New System of Society somewhat abated. Marot, however, whose inspiration, in so far as it was not born of his own genius, appears to be chiefly derived from Vergil, whose first eclogue he translated in his youth, was far from being the only poet who wrote bucolic verse or bore other witness to pastoral influence. Howbeit in all the elder times sithence, it is written Rokeby with a K. So that our Disciple be well and sufficiently stored with matter; words will follow apace, and if they will hot follow gently, he shall hale them on perforce. A second is sprung, and as he flits between the naked alders a snap-shot stops his career. There liveth not his like in England for sudden attempts. It is estimated that the materials of the demolished houses aver- age a year's rental.
The next poet to appear in English dress was Theocritus, of whose works 'Six Idillia, that is, Six Small, or Petty, Poems, or Aeglogues,' were translated by an anonymous hand and dedicated to E. In the mean time, a northern and southern interest sprung up among us, such as prevails in some countries, and founded upon equally important differences. Thus in June Colin mourns for other days: Tho couth I sing of love, and tune my pype Unto my plaintive pleas in verses made: Tho would I seeke for Queene-apples unrype, To give my Rosalind; and in Sommer shade Dight gaudy Girlonds was my common trade, To crowne her golden locks: but yeeres more rype, And losse of her, whose love as lyfe I wayd, Those weary wanton toyes away dyd wype. It is owing in a great measure to this circumstance, that the great men of antiquity preserve a sort of prescriptive superiority over the moderns; not that they were really wiser or more virtuous, or brave, but because there were no prying, curious, industrious, pains-taking persons, who noted their foibles, set down their folly for wisdom, and made use of the intimacy they had obtained by cringing sycophancy, to furnish themselves with materials to shame them with posterity. In this lake was a dragon who poisoned the atmosphere with his breath, and to whom the people of the city gave daily two sheep for his food, that he might do them no harm.
I finde that I have more adoe to digest this resolution, that I shall die when I am in health, than I have when I am troubled with a fever: forsomuch as I have no more such fast hold on the commodities of life, whereof I begin to lose the use and pleasure, and view death in the face with a lesse undanted looke, which makes me hope, that the further I goe from that, and the nearer I approach to this, so much more easily doe I enter in composition for their exchange. Nay it hath bin observed, that near St. North and south runs a deep ravine, on the one side richly wooded, and on the other, the west, planted with all acclimatisable varieties of Alpine plants and flowering shrubs. From time to time I shall borrow from Mr. By comparison, many other pieces by the author often contained something memorable but felt lacking in one element or another. And to heare him, doth he not seeme to imploy more time and care in the exercises of his bodie: and to thinke that the minde is together with the same exercised, and not the contrarie? In the heat of the contest and cry against the Catholics — whom, when Mr. But the Lord fought for the few, even as Gideon by the command of the Lord, with 300 warriors slew at one attack 12,000 of the Midianites.
Kipling's topographical creed—Midhurst's advantages—Single railway lines—Queen Elizabeth at Cowdray—Montagus domestic and homicidal—The curse of Cowdray—Dr. Miss Hitchener, of Hurstpierpoint, keeps a School there, and is well spoken of; her Father keeps a Publick House in the Neighbourhood, he was originally a Smuggler and changed his name from Yorke to Hitchener before he took the Public House. The staff of the Eng- lish halberd was about five feet in length, made of ash. This fateful decision leaves them stranded in the small, dreary, seaside town of Holihaven. Now, my good friend, I believe the sage Don Quixote was the last man that ever seriously undertook to fight with a windmill; except it may be that I am somewhat liable to a similar imputation, in having seriously attempted to battle with thy master's first principles. After the dissolution of the Abbyes, that part of this Lordship, with the Rectory, belonging to the Monastery of Nun Eaton, was granted Pat.
To whom, after severall descents, succeded Iohn; who, Rot. Also, there were Christian islands in the vicinity, including Socotra, from which armed attacks against Muslim shipping were already launched. And Calvino is a brilliant stylist. On another occasion, on the same visit. We may here state, on the best authority, that no orders regulating the use of cockades are known to exist. Fiammetta is introduced by name, and her lover Caleone can hardly be other than Boccaccio.