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Page 287 - Vol. I. Mythical and Legendary Accounts of the Origin of Caste, with an Inquiry into its existence in the Vedic Age. Second Edition, rewritten and greatly enlarged. 8vo, pp.
Page 220 - Then she rode back, clothed on with chastity : And one low churl, compact of thankless earth, The fatal byword of all years to come, Boring a little...
Page 506 - And as he rode over a more hee see a lady where shee sate betwixt an oke and a greene hollen she was cladd in red scarlett Then there as shold have stood her mouth then there was sett her eye the other was in her forhead fast the way that she might see...
Page 358 - But where shall wisdom be found ? and where is the place of understanding ? Man knoweth not the price thereof; neither is it found in the land of the living. The depth saith, It is not in me : and the sea saith, It is not with me.
Page 143 - The History of Alexander the Great, being the Syriac version of the Pseudo-Callisthenes. Edited from Five Manuscripts, with an English Translation and Notes, by EAW BUDGE, Litt.D.
Page 232 - Ere Babylon was dust, The Magus Zoroaster, my dead child, Met his own image walking in the garden. That apparition, sole of men, he saw. For know there are two worlds of life and death: One that which thou beholdest ; but the other Is underneath the grave, where do inhabit The shadows of all forms that think and live Till death unite them and they part no more...
Page 91 - Timaeus historicus a Britannia introrsus sex dierum navigatione abesse dicit insulam Mictim, in qua candidum plumbum proveniat. Ad earn Britannos vitilibus navigiis corio circumsutis navigare.
Page 293 - Tak me up, bane by bane And pit me aneth yon grey stane. And whatever you want, come and seek it frae me, and I will give you it. » Yuletide came, and a' the rest put on their braw claes, and was gaen awa to the kirk.
Page 299 - Then were they greatly astonished when she spoke of Nicht Nought Nothing, and asked where he was, and she said, 'He that sits there in the chair.' Then they ran to him and kissed him and called him their own dear son, and he wakened, and told them all that the giant's dochter had done for him, and of all her kindness. Then they took her in their arms and kissed her, and said she should now be their dochter, for their son should marry her.