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第 324 頁 - Now were brought into service a new sort of soldiers, called Grenadiers, who were dexterous in flinging hand grenados, every one having a pouch full ; they had furred caps with coped crowns like Janizaries, which made them look very fierce, and some had long hoods hanging down behind, as we picture fools. Their clothing being likewise piebald, yellow and red.
第 31 頁 - The kingdom shall be given to thee, . . . and thou shalt wear the white crown and the red crown on the throne of the earth-god Seb, the youngest (among the gods). The world shall be thine in its length and in its breadth, as far as the light of the eye of the lord of the universe shines. Plenty and riches shall be thine ; the best from the interior of the land and rich tributes from all nations ; long years shall be granted thee as thy term of life.
第 359 頁 - Shall have a supper at your aller cost, Here in this place, sitting by this post, When that ye come again from Canterbury.
第 324 頁 - Then let us fill a bumper, and drink a health to those Who carry caps and pouches, and wear the louped clothes. May they and their commanders live happy all their years, With a tow, row row, row row, row row, for the British Grenadiers THE SOLDIER'S DRINKING-SONG.
第 162 頁 - ... decorative ornament applied to many and various purposes, in many different parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, both before and after the time when, in this country and in Ireland, it became one of the prevailing and dominant characteristics of Celtic art. But while it was thus used by other peoples as an occasional element of decoration, or as a style of ornament suitable for special purposes, it was nowhere developed into a systematic style of art, applied alike to manuscripts, metal- work,...
第 31 頁 - Thutmes had arrived on his journey about the time of mid day, and had stretched himself to rest in the shade of this great god, that sleep overtook him. ' He dreamt in his slumber at the moment when the sun was at the zenith, and it seemed to him as though this great god spoke to him with his own mouth...
第 359 頁 - ... Moor Hall, Througham, Upper Slaughter, Catswood, Middle Lypiatt, Chavenage, Owlpen, and, I may add, my own house, are well-known examples. In this city very numerous half-timbered houses will attract your attention, amongst which not the least remarkable is the New Inn, still the New Inn, although built in 1450. A parchment roll belonging to the Corporation of Gloucester, enumerating the houses in the town in 1455, states that in Northgate Street, next to the house owned by Sibilla Hariet, and...
第 236 頁 - Neither a borrower nor a lender be ; For loan oft loses both itself and friend, And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.
第 436 頁 - ARCHITECTURE OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ENGLAND. Illustrated by a Series of Views and Details from Buildings erected between the years 1560 and 1635, with Historical and Critical Text.