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note on A fragment of a Lord mayor"s pageant

Robert Withington

note on A fragment of a Lord mayor"s pageant

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Published by Johns Hopkins Press (etc.) in (Baltimore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

An extract from Modern language notes vol. 34 no. 8.

Statement(by Elizabeth D. Adams).
ContributionsAdams, Elizabeth D.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. 501-3
Number of Pages501
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21426483M

Watts-Dunton indeed declares him to have been the father of the New Romantic School--and the affection with which Keats, Coleridge, Wordsworth and many others regarded him was extraordinary. Tyrwhitt's third edition, from which the present edition is printed. Even up on the hurricane deck the chill sea wind is tainted with that clinging, pervasive odor that one comes to recognize as "the Chinese smell. That the AVantsum river ran. Christian Missionaries from Gaul are however known to have landed in Britain during the Second Century, and to have made some progress amongst the town-dwellers, but very little amongst the rude bulk of rustics. But it should be added, in fairness, that this had happened twenty years before; and that Mr and Mrs Gamp had long been separated on the ground of incompatibility of temper in their drink.

Apart from its role as a fortification, Cripplegate took on other functions. Of Kent and its Jutish conquerors we hear nothing until the time of Ethelbert, the great-grandson of Hengist, who ascended the throne inand we may surmise that, protected by the almost impassable character of its natural boundaries, the little kingdom gradually7 recovered from the utter desolation which accompanied the Jutish conquest, that commercial intercourse was resumed with the Continent, and that people slowly began to re-inhabit the Roman towns which had remained deserted, ruined objects of superstitous awe. We sail under the vast arches of rainbows that rise out of the water but half a mile away from the ship and span the whole heavens; and at evening the sun falls into the sea, straight before us, amid unimaginable flames and glories, where for an hour we rise and fall on the heaving bosom of the ocean in a great dream-world of jewelled splendor of sapphire and gold, of purple and pearl. The westering sun shines slantingly along the green arcades and makes golden shadows across the path we have come.

In a spasm of the romantic exaltation to which young women of her age are subject, she has condemned herself to a decade of lonely exile in a remote Japanese town; but a pair of enchanting dimples in her fresh young cheeks war with the maiden severity of her earnest eyes, and she is not indifferent to a young girl's natural joys, though she mentions them loftily as things in the remote past appealing to her — now forever put away. We tell the American girl with the camera and the small feet good-bye, for she is remaining here as a guest, and we see the minister's carriage drive up, accompanied with two out-runners in gorgeous native liveries of orange and blue. We enter during an entr'acte; and before the stage, which is not deep, but lofty, sways lightly in the draught a gay crape curtain. The locality of the last battle is by no means certain. John Corbett, Shearman, had entailed considerable land and property in these parishes inwhich was to have benefited St Peter's in default of heirs. The fronts of these houses — indeed, the greater part of the walls all around, are sashes of many tiny panes glazed with white, semi-transparent paper, through which the inner light shines as from a lantern; and the shop fronts are mere curtains of bamboo, rolled up during business hours, and let down when the shop is closed for the night.


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Note on A fragment of a Lord mayors pageant book

The Phoenix Again. In the house to which Mrs. The lectern had a red cloth of gold, and another cloth with a suite of cushions embroidered with the cross keys of St Peter. Mass for the Day of St.

And as Mr Mould himself had said already, his behaviour was indecent, and quite unworthy of such an occasion; and he never ought to have been there. The imposing ruin of Richborough stands upon what was evidently an island, and the fortress commanded the Southern entrance of the AVantsum Estuary, just as Regulbium commanded the Northern.

Up in the gallery two or three sheep-faced Chinese women lend a somewhat indifferent attention. Paul's Cathedral, which had been destroyed by fire. The North Bay Railway has what is believed to be the oldest operational diesel-hydraulic locomotive in the world.

In a basement, a few steps down from the street, gold workers toil in a little black room, seven by ten; a wheezy gas jet flares above their heads, and directly in front of each, on the work bench at which they sit, is a small bowl of cocoanut oil in which smoulder faintly a handful of thin white racines.

The old wall having been demolished, was afterwards [9] repaired and carried up of the same thickness to eight or nine feet in height; or, if higher, there was no more of that work now standing. She wears "reform" clothes, and has a strong, well-cut face, from which the heavy hair is brushed smoothly back.

They are brave with the headlong courage of the child who is ignorant of the meaning of danger, and in matters of honor they have youth's reckless passionate exaltation.

But he had greatly scandalized Mr Mould at an early stage of the ceremony by carrying his handkerchief in his hat in a perfectly informal manner, and wiping his eyes with his knuckles.

Elfmer, Abbot of St. A terrible fight ensued—terrible as may7 be imagined between two leaders one of whom was fighting for a kingdom and the other for self-preservation—which ended in the utter rout of the Britons. The fifth day the boiling pot of the sea subsided, and I began to take beef tea and resolution to live.

But it should be added, in fairness, that this had happened twenty years before; and that Mr and Mrs Gamp had long been separated on the ground of incompatibility of temper in their drink. My heart within me was stirred, and I was led to great recklessness in the use of capital letters.

It was sometime a City prison for debtors and persons guilty of trespass, and was the residence of the water-bailiff of the City. There is the Englishman who has made his fortune in China and retired, and is bringing a new-made wife out, by way of America, to see the East, where he had lived so long — an angular English girl, containing the potential British matron, who knits gray stockings and keeps herself carefully aloof from acquaintances that might be detrimental in the future.

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The immense quantity of pseudo-Samian ware unearthed in different parts of our island has suggested the existence of manufactories in Britain, but it is now considered to have been made in Gaul.

Not in the churchyard? In he landed in Kent, whether at Ebbsfleet, or at Richborough, or at Stonar is immaterial.

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