Hirell, by the author of 'Abel Drake's wife' (J. Saunders).

Etukansi
R. Bentley, 1869

Kirjan sisältä

Mitä ihmiset sanovat - Kirjoita arvostelu

Yhtään arvostelua ei löytynyt.

Muita painoksia - Näytä kaikki

Yleiset termit ja lausekkeet

Suositut otteet

Sivu 209 - What mean ye that ye beat my people to pieces, And grind the faces of the poor? Saith the Lord God of hosts. Moreover the Lord saith, Because the daughters of Zion are haughty, And walk with stretched forth necks and wanton eyes, Walking and mincing as they go, And making a tinkling with their feet...
Sivu 32 - Some, therefore, of the miserable remnant, being taken in the mountains, were murdered in great numbers; others, constrained by famine, came and yielded themselves to be slaves for ever to their foes, running the risk of being instantly slain, which truly was the greatest favour that could be offered them: some others passed beyond,^" | "' na with loud lamentations instead of the voice of exhortation. " Thou hast given us as sheep to be slaughtered, and among the Gentiles hast thou dispersed us.
Sivu 53 - ... they place the dishes before them all at once upon rushes and fresh grass, in large platters or trenchers. They also make use of a thin and broad cake of bread, baked every day, such as in old writings was called 'lagana' : and they sometimes add chopped meat with broth.
Sivu 53 - In the evening, when no more guests are expected, the meal is prepared according to the number and dignity of the persons assembled, and according to the wealth of the family who entertains. The kitchen does not supply many dishes, nor high-seasoned incitements to eating.
Sivu 34 - Romans were resisted, still left in us a last hope of succour, inasmuch as being the most renowned nation of Britain, dwelling in the very heart of the country, and out of sight of the shores of the conquered, we could keep even our eyes unpolluted by the contagion of slavery. To us who dwell on the uttermost confines of the earth, and of freedom, this remote sanctuary of Britain's glory has up to this time been a defence.
Sivu 32 - Some, therefore, of the miserable remnant being taken in the mountains, were murdered in great numbers ; others, constrained by famine, came and yielded themselves to be slaves for ever to their foes, running the risk of being instantly slain, which truly was the greatest favour that could be offered them ; some others passed beyond the seas with loud lamentations instead of the voice of exhortation : ' Thou hast given us as sheep to be slaughtered, and among the Gentiles hast thou dispersed us.
Sivu 22 - This hour we dedicate to joy; Then fill the Hirlas Horn, my boy, That shineth like the sea; Whose azure handle, tipped with gold, Invites the grasp of Britons bold, The sons of liberty.
Sivu 52 - The knife is in the meat, and the drink is in the horn, and there is revelry in Arthur's hall, and none may enter therein but the son of a king of a privileged country, or a craftsman bringing his craft.
Sivu 54 - While the family is engaged in waiting on the guests, the host and hostess stand up, paying unremitting attention to everything, and take no food till all the company are satisfied; that in case of any deficiency, it may fall upon them.
Sivu 50 - The three primary requisites of poetical Genius; an eye that can see Nature, a heart that can feel Nature, and a resolution that dares follow nature.

Kirjaluettelon tiedot