With Mr. Eckert’s help, Linda sketched out a course to follow. She would head straight for the city of Yuma, in the extreme southwest of Arizona, stopping there for the first night. Then she would go over the border into Mexico.
Physical Appearance pointing to Indoneso-Malay Origin—Linguistic Evidence and Evidence of Handicraft—Tribal Divisions of the Aborigines—Moot Question as to the Existence of a Pigmy People in the Interior of the Island.
"Yee, I suppose so," said Eldress Abby, loyally, but it was with a sigh. Had she and Tabitha been left to their own instincts, they would have gone out into the highways and hedges, proselyting with the fervor of Mother Ann's day and generation.
Ipswich contains no less than thirteen churches, built, for the most part, in the Perpendicular style of architecture. Portions of some, however, are of earlier date. The oak door at St. Mary at the Elms, for instance, is in the Norman style, but slightly enriched, and therefore probably of the older or primary Norman. The Town Hall stands upon the Cornhill, upon the site of St. Mildred’s Church, many centuries disused. There also stood an ancient Hall of Pleas; and a Sociary or Seating Room of the Corpus Christi Guilds was erected there in Henry VIII.’s time. The mansions of Ipswich merchants in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, still to be found ornamenting the parish of St. Clement’s, are worthy of close inspection, as they attest the wealth and importance of those who once inhabited them. Very many of the houses bear dates, and have fine p. 30ornamental exteriors. Many of the fine carved corner posts of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries still remain. A gateway, an interesting relic of the great Cardinal Wolsey, who was a native of Ipswich, stands abutting upon College Street, and near the East end of St. Peter’s Church. It is of brick and small, and was probably not the chief place of egress attached to the building, which was undoubtedly built in a style of magnificence, and in accordance with the fine taste in architecture which the Cardinal was known to have possessed. Over the doorway are the arms of Henry VIII., and on each side of the Royal coat is a trefoil-headed niche, though now containing no figures. The place was erected in 1528. In the early part of the present century Ipswich was evidently a declining town. In 1813 its population was only 13,670, when Windham, the great statesman, who visited the place, speaks of it in very favourable terms as a town, picturesque and pleasant. At this present time the town has a population of 57,260. One of the most eminent men born in Ipswich was Firmin, the London draper, who was a philanthropist of the noblest character, and who did much for the poor both at Ipswich and in London. He was a Unitarian when to be anything but orthodox was considered in all circles as a matter of serious censure, and yet he was a friend of a Liberal Bishop. He is buried in Christ Church, Newgate Street, close to the great school for which he did so much, and to the funds of which he was such a liberal contributor. In every way he is to be considered a credit to his native town, and as one of the foremost men of the age in which he lived, and which he so greatly adorned. He set a good example that many of our merchant princes have not been slow to imitate. Had he been orthodox his fame would have been greater still.
“That is a sensible resolution, Hatteras,” answered the doctor; “I would have followed you as far as you led us, but our health gets daily weaker; we can scarcely put one foot before the other; we ought to go back.”
There is a growing body of people which is beginning to hold the converse view — that counting, classification, measurement, the whole fabric of mathematics, is subjective and untrue to the world of fact, and that the uniqueness of individuals is the objective truth. As the number of units taken diminishes, the amount of variety and inexactness of generalization increases, because individuality tells for more and more. Could you take men by the thousand billion, you could generalize about them as you do about atoms; could you take atoms singly, it may be that you would find them as individual as your aunts and cousins. That concisely is the minority belief, and my belief.
"No, thank you, I'm going to borrow Phebe for a while, if AuntPlenty can spare her.""Anybody anything, Alec. You will want me, I know, so I'll giveorders about dinner and be all ready to lend a hand"; and the oldlady bustled away full of interest and good-will.
But he had died childless, unmarried. The heir of the Monkshaven property was an Edinburgh advocate, a far-away kinsman of my lord’s: the Hanbury property, at my lady’s death, would go to the descendants of a third son of the Squire Hanbury in the days of Queen Anne.
“Nay, Will, ’tis my affair!” he cried, and, stepping between his friend and the rope, gave it so earnest a pull, with such a flourish, that anybody must have marvelled to see how serious and magnificent a performance the pulling of a bell-rope could be made.
1:1 [hgb] 哈 迦 利 亚 的 儿 子 尼 希 米 的 言 语 如 下 。 亚 达 薛 西 王 二 十 年 基 斯 流 月 ， 我 在 书 珊 城 的 宫 中 。 [kjv] The words of Nehemiah the son of Hachaliah. And it came to pass in the month Chisleu, in the twentieth year, as I was in Shushan the palace, [bbe] The history of Nehemiah, the son of Hacaliah. Now it came about, in the month Chislev, in the twentieth year, when I was in Shushan, the king's town,1:2 [hgb] 那 时 ， 有 我 一 个 弟 兄 哈 拿 尼 ， 同 着 几 个 人 从 犹 大 来 。 我 问 他 们 那 些 被 掳 归 回 ， 剩 下 逃 脱 的 犹 大 人 和 耶 路 撒 冷 的 光 景 。 [kjv] That Hanani, one of my brethren, came, he and certain men of Judah; and I asked them concerning the Jews that had escaped, which were left of the captivity, and concerning Jerusalem. [bbe] That Hanani, one of my brothers, came with certain men from Judah; and in answer to my request for news of the Jews who had been prisoners and had got away, and of Jerusalem,1:3 [hgb] 他 们 对 我 说 ， 那 些 被 掳 归 回 剩 下 的 人 ， 在 犹 大 省 遭 大 难 ， 受 凌 辱 。 并 且 耶 路 撒 冷 的 城 墙 拆 毁 ， 城 门 被 火 焚 烧 。 [kjv] And they said unto me, The remnant that are left of the captivity there in the province are in great affliction and reproach: the wall of Jerusalem also is broken down, and the gates thereof are burned with fire. [bbe] They said to me, The small band of Jews now living there in the land are in great trouble and shame: the wall of Jerusalem has been broken down, and its doorways burned with fire.1:4 [hgb] 我 听 见 这 话 ， 就 坐 下 哭 泣 ， 悲 哀 几 日 。 在 天 上 的 神 面 前 禁 食 祈 祷 ， 说 ， [kjv] And it came to pass, when I heard these words, that I sat down and wept, and mourned certain days, and fasted, and prayed before the God of heaven, [bbe] Then, after hearing these words, for some days I gave myself up to weeping and sorrow, seated on the earth; and taking no food I made prayer to the God of heaven,1:5 [hgb] 耶 和 华 天 上 的 神 ， 大 而 可 畏 的 神 阿 ， 你 向 爱 你 ， 守 你 诫 命 的 人 守 约 施 慈 爱 。 [kjv] And said, I beseech thee, O LORD God of heaven, the great and terrible God, that keepeth covenant and mercy for them that love him and observe his commandments: [bbe] And said, O Lord, the God of heaven, the great God, greatly to be feared, keeping faith and mercy with those who have love for him and are true to his laws:1:6 [hgb] 愿 你 睁 眼 看 ， 侧 耳 听 ， 你 仆 人 昼 夜 在 你 面 前 ， 为 你 众 仆 人 以 色 列 民 的 祈 祷 ， 承 认 我 们 以 色 列 人 向 你 所 犯 的 罪 。 我 与 我 父 家 都 有 罪 了 。 [kjv] Let thine ear now be attentive, and thine eyes open, that thou mayest hear the prayer of thy servant, which I pray before thee now, day and night, for the children of Israel thy servants, and confess the sins of the children of Israel, which we have sinned against thee: both I and my father's house have sinned. [bbe] Let your ear now take note and let your eyes be open, so that you may give ear to the prayer of your servant, which I make before you at this time, day and night, for the children of Israel, your servants, while I put before you the sins of the children of Israel, which we have done against you: truly, I and my father's people are sinners.1:7 [hgb] 我 们 向 你 所 行 的 甚 是 邪 恶 ， 没 有 遵 守 你 借 着 仆 人 ， 摩 西 所 吩 咐 的 诫 命 ， 律 例 ， 典 章 。 [kjv] We have dealt very corruptly against thee, and have not kept the commandments, nor the statutes, nor the judgments, which thou commandedst thy servant Moses. [bbe] We have done great wrong against you, and have not kept the orders, the rules, and the decisions, which you gave to your servant Moses.1:8 [hgb] 求 你 记 念 所 吩 咐 你 仆 人 摩 西 的 话 ， 说 ， 你 们 若 犯 罪 ， 我 就 把 你 们 分 散 在 万 民 中 。 [kjv] Remember, I beseech thee, the word that thou commandedst thy servant Moses, saying, If ye transgress, I will scatter you abroad among the nations: [bbe] Keep in mind, O Lord, the order you gave your servant Moses, saying, If you do wrong I will send you wandering among the peoples:1:9 [hgb] 但 你 们 若 归 向 我 ， 谨 守 遵 行 我 的 诫 命 ， 你 们 被 赶 散 的 人 虽 在 天 涯 ， 我 也 必 从 那 里 将 他 们 招 聚 回 来 ， 带 到 我 所 选 择 立 为 我 名 的 居 所 。 [kjv] But if ye turn unto me, and keep my commandments, and do them; though there were of you cast out unto the uttermost part of the heaven, yet will I gather them from thence, and will bring them unto the place that I have chosen to set my name there. [bbe] But if you come back to me and keep my orders and do them, even if those of you who have been forced out are living in the farthest parts of heaven, I will get them from there, and take them back to the place marked out by me for the resting-place of my name.1:10 [hgb] 这 都 是 你 的 仆 人 ， 你 的 百 姓 ， 就 是 你 用 大 力 ， 和 大 能 的 手 所 救 赎 的 。 [kjv] Now these are thy servants and thy people, whom thou hast redeemed by thy great power, and by thy strong hand. [bbe] Now these are your servants and your people, whom you have made yours by your great power and by your strong hand.1:11 [hgb] 主 阿 ， 求 你 侧 耳 听 你 仆 人 的 祈 祷 ， 和 喜 爱 敬 畏 你 名 众 仆 人 的 祈 祷 ， 使 你 仆 人 现 今 亨 通 ， 在 王 面 前 蒙 恩 。 我 是 作 王 酒 政 的 。 [kjv] O LORD, I beseech thee, let now thine ear be attentive to the prayer of thy servant, and to the prayer of thy servants, who desire to fear thy name: and prosper, I pray thee, thy servant this day, and grant him mercy in the sight of this man. For I was the king's cupbearer. [bbe] O Lord, let your ear take note of the prayer of your servant, and of the prayers of your servants, who take delight in worshipping your name: give help, O Lord, to your servant this day, and let him have mercy in the eyes of this man. (Now I was the king's wine-servant.)
After a while Cazi Moto came to report that the Leopard Woman was out and about. Kingozi's message had been delivered.
‘Go down, go down, to yonder town
It was evident that Dame Hansen saw nothing either pathetic or commendable in her daughter's refusal. She was thinking only of this large sum of five thousand marks. A single word from Hulda would bring it into the family. She had no faith either in the extraordinary value of the ticket, Norwegian though she was; and to sacrifice fire thousand marks for a millionth chance of winning one hundred thousand was an idea too absurd to be entertained far a moment by her cool and practical mind.
At London Bridge, Holmes wrote a telegram to his brother, which he handed to me before dispatching it. It ran thus:
These two vessels were the first submarine boats to be built in Japan, but are of the same type as Nos. 1?5, only larger and faster. They have a submerged displacement of 180 tons, a length of 100 feet and a beam of 10 feet. The petrol engines are of 300 H.-P. and the electric motors of 100 H.-P. The surface and submerged speed is 10 knots and 8 knots an hour, respectively. Their armament consists of one torpedo tube with three 18-inch Whitehead torpedoes.详情 ➢
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