The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, Volume 15

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University of Illinois, 1916
 

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Page 57 - These, like the overlargely lettered signs and placards of the street, escape observation by dint of being excessively obvious; and here the physical oversight is precisely analogous with the moral inapprehension by which the intellect suffers to pass unnoticed those considerations...
Page 298 - Iconoclast sovereigns lived at the end of the eighth and the beginning of the ninth century: the Patriarch Nicephorus and the monk Theophanes.
Page 217 - THE dew was falling fast, the stars began to blink ; I heard a voice; it said, "Drink, pretty creature, drink!' And, looking o'er the hedge, before me I espied A snow-white mountain lamb with a maiden at its side.
Page 517 - So lad' ich über tausend tausend Jahre Sie wiederum vor diesen Stuhl. Da wird Ein weisrer Mann auf diesem Stuhle sitzen Als ich; und sprechen. Geht!
Page 568 - There stand, if thou wilt stand ; to stand upright Will ask thee skill ; I to thy Father's house Have brought thee, and highest placed : highest is best : Now show thy progeny ; if not to stand, Cast thyself down ; safely, if Son of God : For it is written, He will give command Concerning thee to his angels ; in...
Page 286 - God hath sent me large grace; For whan I se the beautee of youre face, Ye been so scarlet reed aboute youre...
Page 284 - Wommennes counseils been ful ofte colde;15* Wommannes counseil broghte us first to wo, And made Adam fro paradys to go, Ther as he was ful mery, and wel at ese.
Page 217 - Toll for the brave! Brave Kempenfelt is gone; His last sea-fight is fought; His work of glory done. It was not in the battle; No tempest gave the shock; She sprang no fatal leak...
Page 579 - Meridiani Saxones, Occidui Saxones. Porro de Anglis, hoc est, de illa patria quae Angulus dicitur et ab eo tempore usque hodie manere desertus inter provincias Jutarum et Saxonum perhibetur, Orientales Angli, Mediterranei Angli, Merci, tota Nordanhymbrorum progenies, id est, illarum gentium quas ad Boream Humbri fluminis inhabitant, casterique Anglorum populi sunt orti.
Page 147 - Marry thy daughters in time, lest they marry themselves. And suffer not thy sons to pass the Alps ; for they shall learn nothing there, but pride, blasphemy, and atheism.

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