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Records of a Family of Engineers

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...ess in lamps and oils, and was the sole proprietor of a concern called the Greenside Company’s Works – `a mul- tifarious concern it was,’ writes my co... ...had been born and still survived to the young couple. By the 11th two were gone; by the 28th a third had followed, and the two others were still in da... ... inquire after your health, how was I startled to hear that dear James was gone! Ah, what is this? My dear benefac- tors, doing so much good to many, ... ...a slender purse for distant and unknown countries.’ ‘Lighthouse Yacht, Off Greenock, Aug. 18 th . ‘It was after church-time before we got here, but we... ...rated by a single hole for the escape of smoke. The grass grew beautifully green on the flat house-top, where the family would assemble with their dog... ...ands were assembled on the quarter-deck for prayers, a solemnity which was gone through in as orderly a manner as circumstances would admit. When the ... ...etting on board, that his face and ears were completely coated with a thin film of salt from the sea spray, which broke constantly over the bows of th...

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Platos Timaeus

By: Jowett, Benjamin, 1817-1893

... us boys, and many of us sang the poems of Solon, which at that time had not gone out of fashion. One of our tribe, either be cause he thought so or ... ...lows surrounding the particles that enter—which watery vessels of air (for a film of moisture, sometimes earthy, sometimes pure, is spread around the ... ... white, a light blue colour is formed, as flame colour with black makes leek green. There will be no diffi culty in seeing how and by what mixtures t... ...sh. The more living and sen sitive of the bones he enclosed in the thinnest film of flesh, and those which had the least life within them in the thic...

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Notes on Life and Letters

By: Joseph Conrad

...not know how—he did not pretend to see any depths in a life that is only a film of unsteady appearances stretched over regions deep indeed, but which ... ...eantime, unblushing, unseen, and often unheard, the guile- less poets have gone on singing in a sweet strain. How they dare do the impossible and virt... ... a more even than a Bismarckian sense. The very fear of this spectre being gone, it behoves us to consider its legacy—the fact (no phantom that) ac- c... ...ional temperament into the apathy of a hopeless fatalism. It seems to have gone into the blood, tainting every mental activity in its source by a half... ...ys of training. The same old thing. A grey- 134 Notes on Life and Letters green expanse of smudgy waters grinning angrily at one with white foam-ridg... ...g of heels round the corner of the deck- house, a white yachting cap and a green overcoat getting periodically between my eyes and the shift- ing clou... ...e night, was much more present to my mind and indeed to my senses than the green overcoat and the white cap of the German passenger circling the deck ...

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The Voyage of the Beagle

By: Charles Darwin

...rile land possesses a grandeur which more vegetation might spoil. A single green leaf can scarcely be discovered over wide tracts of the lava plains; ... ...ed lava. The black rocks af- ford a most striking contrast with the bright green vegetation, which follows the banks of a little stream of clear water... ... land, or in shallow water, this dark tint changed into one of a yellowish green. The colour, examined more carefully, was a French grey, with numerou... ... than three, it does not signify.” It then struck me, that the one man had gone over the hill to fetch the rest of his tribe. I suggested this; but al... ...d on opposite sides of the globe. And when the old bloody-minded tyrant is gone to his long account, Paraguay will be torn by revolutions, violent in ... ...rays of light; they were not, however, straight, but in undu- lations like films of silk blown by the wind. They were more than a yard in length, and ... ...ain came up t the cow, and caught her round the horns. The other Gauch had gone on ahead with the spare horses, so that St. Jag had some difficulty in...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Two

By: Edgar Allan Poe

...a syllable since Dupin had requested him to fill up the check. When he had gone, my friend entered into some explana- tions. “The Parisian police,” he... ... conceal it at all. “Full of these ideas, I prepared myself with a pair of green spectacles, and called one fine morning, quite by accident, at the Mi... ... fellow was suffered to go his way as a lunatic or a drunkard. When he had gone, D— came from the window, whither I had followed him immediately upon ... ...gether inaccu- rate, as far as it goes, is at least to blame in not having gone very much farther. For full information on this interesting topic, I m... ...hav- ing reference (if I am not altogether mistaken) to a pink horse (with green wings) that went, in a violent manner, by clock- work, and was wound ... ...st four score of eyes, that protruded from their sockets like those of the green dragon-fly, and were arranged all around the body in two rows, one ab... ...hese cavern walls.” He turned towards me, and looked into my eyes with two filmy orbs that distilled the rheum of intoxication . “Nitre ?” he asked, a... ...eye! yes, it was this! He had the eye of a vulture—a pale blue eye, with a film over it. Whenever it fell upon me, my blood ran cold; and so by de- gr...

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Sartor Resartus the Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdr Ockh

By: Thomas Carlyle

...when he only readies his steak by riding on it? Again, what Cookery does the Greenlander use, beyond stowing up his whale blubber, as a marmot, in the... ...l be sufficient. Much, therefore, we omit about “Kings wrestling naked on the green with Carmen,” and the Kings being thrown: “dissect them with scalpe... ...ated with our delineation of it. Daily and nightly does the Editor sit (with green spectacles) deciphering these unimaginable Documents from their per... ...n expectant wonder, had time to fashion either question or answer, was clean gone. Neither out of doors could aught of him be seen or heard; he had va... ...ickets, in the dusk; the Orchard gate stood quietly closed: the Stranger was gone once and always. So sudden had the whole transaction been, in the au... ... but cannot as yet, till its Pen tecost come; and third and worst, a Church gone dumb with old age, or which only mumbles delirium prior to dissoluti... ...d of the Unborn, where the Present seems little other than an inconsiderable Film dividing the Past and the Future? In those dim long drawn expanses, ...

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Master Francis Rabelais Five Books of the Lives, Heroic Deeds and Sayings of Gargantua and His Son Pantagruel

By: Thomas Urquhart

...or not? First of all, if he had left it complete, would sixteen years have gone by before it was printed? Then, does it bear evident marks of his work... ...ner they all went out in a hurl to the grove of the willows, where, on the green grass, to the sound of the merry flutes and pleasant bagpipes, they d... ... A cessation and truce with thirst. Ha, thou false fever, wilt thou not be gone? By my figgins, godmother, I cannot as yet enter in the humour of bein... ...ing made after the manner of great berries, amongst which were set in work green jaspers engraven and cut dragon-like, all environed with beams and sp... ...d beat the bushes without catching the birds, thought the moon was made of green cheese, and that bladders are lanterns. Out of one sack he would take... ... on thy toane (bone?), If thy Dirty Dounby Thou do not wipe, ere thou be gone. Will you have any more of it? Yes, yes, answered Grangousier. Then, s... ... forehead bone, by which terrible blow likewise he cut the two meninges or films which enwrap the brain, and made a deep wound in the brain’s two post... ...irable industry, with husks, cases, scurfs and swads, hulls, cods, stones, films, cartels, shells, ears, rinds, barks, skins, ridges, and prickles, wh...

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The Works of Aristotle

By: Aristotle

...ied to virgins, many times is followed by dismal consequences; such as the green weesel colonet, short-breathing, trembling of the heart, etc. But whe... ... he vainly tries to please her, is thereby wedded to his grave. For, as in green youth, it is unfit and unseasonable to think of marriage, so to marry... ...er’s womb but twenty-seven weeks and some odd days; but if she should have gone full nine months, the child’s parts and limbs would have been more fir... ... do come, and by degrees harden; she had, instead of nails, a thin skin or film. As for her toes, there were no signs of nails upon them, wanting the ... ... have their intercourse with the principal seat of life. CHAPTER IX Of the Green-Sickness in Virgins, with its causes, signs and cures; together with ... ...of their skill in the knowledge of virginity, and some virgins have under- gone harsh censures through their ignorant conclusions; I therefore thought... ...middle of gestation it turns yellow, then red and lastly black, with a red film. At night on going to bed, let her drink water and honey, and if after... ...swelling or congealed blood happens to be contracted in the womb under the film of these tumours, either before or after the birth, let the midwife la... ...ry much torment the patient. Thirdly, let no woman bleed, but such as have gone through a course of midwifery at college, for those who are unskilful ...

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The Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

...house, saying nothing to them of whither I was to go. As soon as they were gone I stept away, and went by my eye over hedge and ditch till I came with... ...sionaries, are only instances of the parental instinct of self-sac- rifice gone astray. For the hysterical nun, starving for natural life, Christ is b... ...he most emphatic sense of the word, often coming suddenly, and as suddenly gone; and yet neither seen, heard, touched, nor cognized in any of the usua... ...ttle the ice is melting, and the inevitable day drawing near when the last film of it will disap- pear, and to be drowned ignominiously will be the hu... ...epileptic patient whom I had seen in the asylum, a black-haired youth with green- ish skin, entirely idiotic, who used to sit all day on one of the be... ...ind singular petitions in these pretty little missives, tied up now with a green ribbon, ex- pressive of hope, now with a red one, emblematic of love,... ... special type of consciousness, whilst all about it, parted from it by the filmiest of screens, there lie potential forms of consciousness entirely di... ...with the heavenly knowledge, insomuch as going abroad into the fields to a green, at Gorlitz, he there sat down and viewing the herbs and grass of the...

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The Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Five Volumes Volume Four

By: Edgar Allan Poe

... This is somewhat thick, and so are her ankles, but she has a fine pair of green stockings to cover them. Her shoes—of pink leather—are fastened each ... ...t the earth was supported by a sky-blue cow with an incalculable number of green horns. There was Delphinus Polyglott. He told us what had be- come of... ...re “G’zette” devils is bin prowling ‘bout here all night, and I spect he’s gone and cabbaged ‘em every one.’ ‘Dod rot him! I haven’t a doubt of it,’ r... ...d here, again, the voluptuous and swan-like fig- ures of the dames of days gone by, floated away in the mazes of an unreal dance to the strains of ima... ... show me all attention, now took leave, and I saw him no more. When he had gone, the superintendent ushered me into a small and exceedingly neat parlo... ...mson satin dress, with the sky-blue Arabian mantelet, and the trimmings of green agraffas, and the seven flounces of orange-colored auriculas. As for ... ...e mysteries anon. I rejoice to see you looking life-like and rational. The film of the shadow has already passed from off your eyes. Be of heart and f...

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Narrative and Miscellaneous Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...n to them, and with so much earnestness, that they had, all in succession, gone up stairs to look for her, and with the fullest expectation of finding... ...and for herself had won a most grateful and devoted friend, who would have gone through fire and wa- ter to serve her, and was thenceforwards most anx... ...l of ringing. Oh coward heart! not for a lease of immortality could I have gone forwards myself. My breath failed me; an interval came in which respir... ...rn. ‘No, no,’ said he, ‘that’ll not go down: that cat’ll not jump. I’m not green enough for that. So, say away—what’s the dam- age?’ We then explained... ...morial of life for the eye or for the ear, nor wing of bird, nor echo, nor green leaf, nor creeping thing, that moved or stirred, upon the soundless w... ...ished at the other end of that rocky vista, a pavilion-shaped mass of dark green foliage—a belt of trees, such as we see in the lovely parks of Englan... ...e that is counted only in heaven, light dawned for a time through a sleepy film: by unutter- able pace the light swept to them, they by unutterable pa...

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Bride of Lammermoor

By: Sir Walter Scott

...d acted like the animal called the sloth, which, heaving eaten up the last green leaf upon the tree where it has established itself, ends by tumbling ... ...k, was as ominous to a descen- dant of that house as for a Grahame to wear green, a Bruce to kill a spider, or a St. Clair to cross the Ord on a Monda... ...aving her enchanted web of fairy tissue, as beautiful and transient as the film of the gossamer when it is pearled with the morning dew and glimmering... ...d in his turn. “Your fingers, Craigie, seem to itch for that same piece of green network,” said he; “but I make my vow to God, that if they offer to c... ...m; and I never yet saw the stag at bay, by land or water, but I durst have gone roundly in on him. It is all use and wont, madam; and I’ll tell you, m... ...sterical terrors of the thunder into fears that her old fellow-servant was gone distracted. “He has dung down a’ the bits o’ pigs, too—the only thing ... ...t up your purse again, and—” “This is intolerable, Caleb; I really must be gone.” “ And you will go, then?” said Caleb, loosening his hold upon the Ma...

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