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第101页 - And moreover, because the preacher was wise, he still taught the people knowledge; yea, he gave good heed, and sought out, and set in order many proverbs.
第65页 - ... into the name of the place, who held it in the time of King Edward, who was the present possessor, how many hides in the manor, how many...
第51页 - Aungier," as Evelyn calls him, was famed as a mathematician and orientalist and praised by the celebrated William Oughtred in his Clavis Mathematica, as being a person of great piety and learning, skilled not only in Latin and Greek, but also in Hebrew and other Oriental languages. Evelyn records in his Diary for 14th October, 1654, how he met "that learned gentleman my Lord Aungier.
第67页 - AS tynan, to hedge. At first a hedged or fenced plot, enclosure within which a house is built ; then the farmhouse with its buildings ; and afterwards a collection of huts round the ton of a chief as in Ravenstone, the town of Raefn. This termination is often misleading, as many people imagine that tha old spelling, " stone," means stone, whereas the presence of the " s " marks the possessive case common to all Teutonic languages.
第67页 - was originally applied to the cottages of the poorer peasantry crowded together in a hamlet, instead of each house standing- in its own enclosure. Hence we should not expect to find it in a mountainous country, where, as a rule, cottages do not lie close together. Nor in fact do we. It is rare in Norway, still rarer in Iceland. There are no instances in Cumberland : very few in Westmoreland. But, on the other hand, it is very common in Denmark...