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Anne of Geierstein Annette answered apartment appeared Archibald arms Arthur Baroness better Black blood called castle character command consider course danger deep desire Duke duty elder English Englishman entered escape expect expressed eyes faith father feeling Ferette followed friar German give Governor guests Hagenbach hand head hear heard holy honour hope horse journey judges Kilian lady Landamman leave less light looked maiden manner matter means meet merchant mind nature never night noble observe once pass Paul's person Philipson present priest propose protection rank received replied rest Rhine Rudolf Saint secret seemed seen side soldiers speak stood stranger Swiss sword tell thee thing thou thought tion town traveller trust turn voice wine young youth
第 3 頁 - ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN; OR, THE MAIDEN OF THE MIST. CHAPTER I. The enmity and discord which of late Sprung from the rancorous outrage of your Duke, To merchants, our well-dealing countrymen. Who, wanting guilders to redeem their lives,
第 268 頁 - Away with these ?—True Wisdom's world will be Within its own creation, or in thine, Maternal Nature! for who teems like thee Thus on the banks of thy majestic Rhine ? There Harold gazes on a work divine, A blending of all beauties, streams, and dellsFruit, foliage, crag, wood, cornfield, mountain, vine, And chiefless castles breathing stern farewells, . From grey but leafy walls, where Ruin greenly dwells.
第 29 頁 - with priests who require entreaty, when gifts are held out to them." " Hear yet the words of the holy man," said the priest. " The time may come, and that shortly, when you would gladly desire to hear what you scornfully reject." " Speak on, but be brief," said Archibald de Hagenbach;
第 344 頁 - a single daisy twisted with content into one's hair, is worth all the opals in India, if they bind us to torment ourselves and other people, or hinder us from speaking our mind, when our heart is upon our tongue. But never fear, Arthur; for if she has the cruelty to think of forgetting you,
第 195 頁 - each conscious of his own high and secret purpose; each in his own chariot of clouds, and neither imparting to his companion the direction or purpose of his journey." " Excuse me, father," answered Philipson ; " I have neither asked your purpose, nor concealed my own, so far as it concerns you. I repeat, I am
第 194 頁 - had its origin in other swelling thoughts which arose in his mind, to mingle with and enhance the self-consequence of a powerful ecclesiastic. As Philipson looked on his companion from time to time, his scrutinizing glance was returned by a haughty smile, which seemed to say, " You may gaze on my form and features,
第 32 頁 - Let them be admitted," said the Governor, turning back in order again to descend to the street, " and bring them into the folter-kammer of the toll-house." So saying, he betook himself to the place appointed, which was an apartment in the large tower that protected the eastern gate-way, in which were deposited the rack, with
第 161 頁 - Indifferent, good friend," said the lady. " I dare not fly my hawk so near the broad river, lest he should soar to the other side, and so 1 might lose my companion. But I reckon on finding better game when I have crossed to the other side of the ferry, which we are now approaching.
第 138 頁 - was under my charge; and it is at this moment of greater additional value to me than even its actual worth, since it serves as my pledge and token for the performance of an important mission.—And how, my young friend," he continued, addressing Sigismund, " have you been, so fortunate as to recover what we have
第 67 頁 - murder—he, too, undaunted in so many dangers, resolute in so many encounters, lay bound and defenceless, exposed to the dagger of the meanest stabber. Arthur remembered, too, the giddy peak of the rock near Geierstein, and the grim vulture which claimed him as its prey. Here was no angel to burst through the mist,