Benita lafosse from lynwood gave me sum pussy

Celia pla^4e;i anjnvitafion Jo .^^Jioiuc i Sii^ifyer and ^':-Hstm't0 her /play :.g AShe leads him thrpugh. Gibber ; " Squire Western," in Tom Jones, by Fielding; "Squire Sullen," in The Beaux' Stratagem, by Farquhar. Bess, "the beggar's daughter," took refuge with her, and was most kindly treated. Trusty wished her son, Ralph, to take Bess to wife, but Bess had given her heart to Wilford, the son of Lord Woodville, her cousin. Try'anon, daughter of the fairy king who lived on the island of Ole'ron. In Hamlet the word " tuck " is er- roneously printed stuck in Malone's edi- tion. He is represented as a sleek- headed, pudgy, paunchy, pugnacious cleri- cal Falstaff, very fat and self-indulgent, very humorous, and somewhat coarse. Daf- fodil, " the male coquette," Tukely dresses in woman's clothes, makes an appoint- ment with Daffodil, and gets him to slander Sophia and other ladies, concealed among the trees. He falls in love with every pretty girl he sees, and is, consequently, always getting into trouble.— C. Turbulent School of Fiction {The), a school of German romance writers, who returned to the feudal ages, and wrote be- tween 17, in the style of Mrs. The best known are Cramer, Spiers, Schlenkert, and Veit Weber. Turon, the son of Brute's sister, slew 600 Aquitanians with his own hand in one single fight. He then crossed the Pyrenees, and invested Pam- peluna for three months, but without suc- cess. Nannath or Nennith, bishop and abbot of Inismuige-Samh (now Inismac- Saint, in lough Erne). Dryden says there were twelve paladins, and twelve knights of the Round Table.

Benita lafosse from lynwood gave me sum pussy-74

The story goes that the charioteer hesitated at sight of the corpse of the old man, and would have turned his steeds, whereupon Tullia hade him " Drive on! Turpin {The French Dick) is Cartouche, an eighteenth century highwayman. Twangdlllo, the fiddler, in Somerville's Hobbinol, a burlesque poem in three can- tos. The prince of Wales sup- ported Handel, the duke of Marlborough stood for Bononcini. The tale is this : Viola and Sebastian were twins, and exactly alike. In each was a traitor : Ganelon {the paladin) ; Mordred {the -Table Knight), like Judas Iscariot in the apostolic twelve. and I'll forgive your Highland chief ; " but it was too late, the " waters wild rolled o'er his child, and he was left lamenting." — Campbell, Lord Ullin's Daughter (a bal- lad). Whereupon Chris- tine (a young woman in the service of the Countess Marie) goes direct to Frederick II., and obtains his pardon. Ulysses was very unwilling to join the expedition to Troy, and pretended to be mad. Bowen (Francis), born at Charleston, 1814r- Critical essays on the History and Present Condition of Speculative Plulosophy, 1842.

" The blood of her murdered parent stained her chariot-wheels. TURKOMANS 157 TURPIN imams (" Turks of the true f aitli "). Twangdillo had lost one leg and one eye by a stroke of lightning on the banks of the Ister, but was still merry-hearted. TWEEDLEDUM 159 TWELVE KNIGHTS Some say, compared to Bononcini, That mynherr Handel's but a ninny ; Others aver that he to Handel Is scarcely fit to hold a candle ; Strange all this difference should be 'Twixt Tweedledum and Tweedledee. When grown up, they were ship- wrecked off the coast of l Uyria, and both were saved. Who bear the bows were knights in Arthur's reign, Twelve they, and twelve the peers of Charle- main. TWELVE WISE MASTEES 161 TWINEALL Twelve Wise Masters (The), the origi- nal corporation of the mastersiugers. Twiteher (Jemmy), a cunning and treach- erous highwayman in Macheath's gang. Twiteher (Jemmy), the nickname of John, Lord Sandwich, noted for his liaison with Miss Ray (1718-1792). Two Drovers (The), a tale in two chap- ters, laid in the reign of George III., writ- ten by Sir Walter Scott (1827). TJlric, son of "Werner {i.e., count of Siegendorf). Thus, when Palamedes came to summon him to the war, he was plowing the sand of the seashore and sowing it with salt. Only Ulysses could draw this bow, and he could shoot an arrow from it through twelve rings. (See Appendix HI, under the title of each.) Bowditch (Nathaniel), born at Salem, Massac chusetts, 1773-1838. Braddon (Mary Elizabeth), London, 1837- Aurora Floyd, 1864.

The first chief of the Turks who embraced Is- lam, called his people so to distinguish them from the Turks who had not em- braced that faith. He tickles every string to every note ; He bends his pliant neck, his single eye Twinkles with joy, his active stump beats time. Viola, being separated from her brother, in order to obtain a liveli- hood, dressed like her brother, and took the situation of page under the duke Or- slno. Hans Sachs, the cobbler of Niirnberg, was the most renowned and the most vo- luminous of the mastersingers, but he was not one of the original twelve. When sly Jemmy Twiteher had smugged up his face With a lick of court whitewash and pious grim- ace, Avowing he went where three sisters of old. It is one of the " Chronicles of the Canongate " supposed to be told by Mr. Robin Oig M'Combich, a Highland drover, revengeful and proud, meets with Harry Wakefield, a jovial English drover, and quarrels with him about a pasture-field. TJlalume, the lost love, to the door of whose tomb the poet strays with "Psyche, his soul." And we pass to the end of the vista, But were stopped by the door of a tomb, — By the door of a legended tomb ; And I said, " What is written, sweet sister, On the door of this legended tomb ? With the help of G-abor, he saved the count of Stral'enheim from the Oder; but murdered him afterwards for the wrongs he had done his father and himself, especially in seeking to oust them from the princely inheritance of Siegendorf. "William the Conqueror had a bow which no arm but his own could bend. Ulysseses Dog, Argus, which recognized his master after an absence of twelve years.

Her hair is hanging loose aboufhe'r neckiand sixo.ulders. Zick VOSS (MILLER) AND THE CHASSEUR - • Conrad Beckmann WALLENSTEIN (DEATH OF) - - - . Kray WERNER AND JOSEPHINE , WERNER THE TRUMPETER AND MARGARET VON SACKINGEN B. It is vain to criticize the manoeuvre of Trun- nion, tacking his way to church on his wedding- day, in consequence of a head wind.— Uncyc. His stockings red, his girdle red, orna- mented with gold twist and a golden tassel. Tug [Tom), the waterman, a straight- forward, honest young man, who loved "Wilhelmi'na, the daughter of Mr. Bundle, and, when he won the waterman's badge in rowing, he won the consent of " the gardener's daughter " to become his loving and faithful wife. Tulliver {Mr.), honest, irascible miller, whose love for "the little wench," his daughter, is the gentlest feeling of his nature. Turcos, native Algerian infantry, offi- cered by Frenchmen. Turell {Jane), a fair Puritan, whose early precocity and mature accomplish- ments are related by her husband. (Hilde- brand) ; so called for his furious raid upon royal prerogatives, especially his contest with the emperor [of Germany] on the subject of investiture. to Rome ; the emperor refused to obey the summons, the pope excommunicated him, and ab- solved all his subjects from their allegi- ance ; he next declared Henry dethroned, and elected a new kaiser, but Henry, find- ing resistance in vain, begged to be recon- ciled to the pope. Charlemagne then led back his army over the Pyrenees, the rear being under the command of Roland. Mo LAi SE or Laisee, abbot of Dam- hiris (now Bevenish Island, in lough Erne). Sir Walter Scott names sixteen of re- nown, seated round the king : There Galahad sat with manly grace, Yet maiden meekness in his face ; There Morolt of the iron mace ; And lovelorn Tristrem there ; And JDinadam, ^vith lively glance ; And Lanval, with the fairy lance ; And Mordred, with his looks askance ; Bninor and Belvidere. Sir Caj/, Sir Banier, and Sir Bo7'e, Sir Garadoc, the keen, And gentle Oawain's courteous lore. Twelve Paladins (The), twelve warriors in Charlemagne's court. As TOLPHO, cousin of Eoland, de- scended from Charles Martel. He was brought up by Oriande the fairy, and became a great enchanter. Angelica fell in love with him, but he requited not her affec- tion. Eoland, called Orlando in Italian, comte de Cenouta. Ulin, an enchantress who had no power over those who remained faithful to Allah and their duty ; but if any fell into error or sin she had full power to do as she IV ULIN 168 ULVFAGRE liked.

Seating herself at the piano, 4gain she plays'to hiin:more/of'. \ EDITED BY MARION HARLAND VOLUME VIII NEW YORK SELMAR HESS PUBLISHER MDCCCXCVI LIST or ILLUSTRATIONS. PHOTOGRAVURES AND ETCHINGS, ' Illustration THERON WARE AND CELIA WELLERS (THE TWO) WOTAN TAKES LEAVE OF BRUNHILD - Artist To face page A. Limmer WERTHER AND CHARLOTTE WITCH (PLORIMEL AND THE) . At his girdle hung a wallet for the recep- tion of provisions, for "Walleteers" had no other food but what they received from begging. His pride is hurt by financial disaster; he becomes a hireling of the man he hates ; his fortunes are redeemed by his son, but he dies soon afterward. Be- fore she was four years old she "could say the Assembly's Catechism, many of the TURKOMANS Psalms, some hundred lines of the best poetry, read distinctly, and make perti- nent remarks on many things she read." In later years she fulfilled the promise thus given of intellectual acquirements, while " her innocence, modesty, ingenuity and devotion charmed all into admiration of her."— Ebenezer Turell, Memoirs of the Pious and Ingenious Mrs. He was now com- manded, in the midst of a severe winter, to present himself, with Bertha, his wife, and their infant son, at the castle of Ca- nossa, in Lombardy ; and here they had to stand three days in the piercing cold, be- fore the pope would condescend to see him, but at last the proud prelate removed the excommunication, and Henry was re- stored to his throne. A once popular romance relating the adventures of Mah- mut, a Turk who lived forty-five years undiscovered in Paris, unfolding the in- trigues of the Christian courts, between 16. The main army reached Prance in safety, but 50,000 Saracens fell on the rear, and none escaped. Hector de Mares, and Pellinore, And Lancelot, that evermore Looked stol'n-wise on the queen. A great boaster, fool-hardy, and singularly hand- some. He was Charle- magne's nephew, his mother being Berthe, the king's sister, and his father Millon. One of the following names, all of which are called paladins, and probably supplied vacancies caused by death: — Basin de Grenevois, Geoffrey de Frises, Guerin, due de Lorraine, Guillaume de I'Estoc, Guy de Bourgogne, Hoel comte de Nantes, Lambert, prince of Bruxelles, Eichard, due de Normandy, Eiol du Mans, Samson, due de Bourgogne, and Thiery. Thus, wlien Misnar (sultan of Indja,) mistrusted the protection of Allah, she transformed him into a toad. Ullin, ringal's aged bard, called, "the sweet voice of resounding Cona." Ullin, the Irish name for Ulster. The kings of Ul- ster were called O'Neil ; those of Munster, O'Brien ; of Connaught, O'Connor ; of Leinster, Mac Morrough; and of Meath, O'Melaghlin. Ulvfagre, the fierce Dane, who mas- sacred the Culdees of lo'na, and having bound Aodh in iron, carried him to the church, demanding of him where he had concealed the church treasures.

Last modified 07-Dec-2014 12:31