ostohcaniti constitutione, ex iis quse dicemus constabit. Tertdlianus nimi-happened to render these words of Tertullian, — The order of bishops, when it istraoed up to its original, will be found to have St. John for one qfits authors,* It was doubtl
iae further, wefind her ** fulpended, poifed, high hmig in air.'*v Here (heis upon a rope, The next words are, •* with outftrefchcdarms I ftood." Here (he is upon her feet ; or (God knows)perhaps 'in the pofture of a fchool-boy ftanding upon hiahead.
ntingency in radio announcing (I take it) is to produce the effect of a spontaneous, fluent flow of words—if not a forceful, pleasing personality—under conditions that lay speakers would be unable to manage" (198).8 This demand applies especially to
funny when reading these articles and could be the only one among the fellow-migrants who use the F word to describe self more often than anything else for getting into such a contrasting situation.
I wish you good luck when you write the next articl
of thethird line of the Geste in the Auchinleck MS. leaves no doubt that* Erceldoune ' is the right word for the name of the author'sdwelling that is missing from the first line.^ Sir Tristrem, althoughone of the later Arthurian legends, had at an ea
that the deeerred praise beetoved apon it became a rock ofotionco, Bud tho sneer injected into the words "pointing withpride." which we had juntly plaowl in onr platforms, did us moreharm than uur good works could cancel. In this enrious worldmore t
very slightly. In this vocabulary we haverepresented the ain either at the commencement or end of a word by an invertedcomma, 'as 'akl, ma'.The Hindustani Numerals.1 ek.2 do.3 tin.4 char.5 paneh.G chlia.7 sat.8 ath.9 nan.dO das.1 1 igarah.1 2 harah.1
complexion of the eras in which they figured, and theincidents which coloured their opinions, their words, and their actions.Lord Bacon, — that great authority in judgment, critical, philosophical, andlegal, — ^lias told us, that "it is the part of a
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Maha-malla-kula, that is, the kings of Mamallaipura, the common name for Maha-balipura, — in other words, the Mahavalis. In the Devarhalli p lates of 776(Vol. IV, Ng 85)*' the Nirggunda Yuvaraja Dundu is said to have confoundedthe Bana-kula.Among th