Robert Lee , fate of Heywood , near Bury , Lancashire , Cotton ' JOHN EVANS . Weaver ; Joseph Hardman , late of Manchester , Lancashire , Publican ; Willian Ratcliffe , late of Adlington , Lancashire , Labourer ; Thomas Wbittell Warins ...
Heav'n has to all allotted , soon or late , Fate her own book mistrusted at the sight , On that side war , on this a single fight . Some lucky revolutions of their fate . DRYDEN . Cowley Eternal deities , The slipp'ry tops of human ...
R late 17 F. 24Aug.20 Jervois E. S. 7 F. Costley T. Byers , 45 F. 13Sept.33 Johnson C. , R. Art . Cotter J. late 3 F. 3Mar.6 Jones C. fate 56 F. Cotton J. M. V. late 27F . 22June6 24 Nov.47 Jones T. E , inte 97 F. 37 Courtenay W. A. ...
The next in Place and Punisament are they Who prodigally throw their Lives away : Fools , who , repining at their wretched State , And loathing anxious Life , suborn'd their Fate . With late Repentance now they would retrieve The Bodies ...
... in the end , the ormolu clock . " No , not the clock ! " shouted Glasgow in sincere grief . But his cry came a second too late . Fate's head turned in Glasgow's direction ; the darkling eyes flashed fire and fury ; the long slender ...
Author: Judith A. Lansdowne
Publisher: Zebra Books
With no interest in any of her aristocratic suitors, independent beauty Camilla Quinn is baffled by her attraction to the dashing highwayman who robs her coach, an enterprising rogue who then sets out to masquerade as the recently discovered heir to a dukedom. Original.
The impersonal construction became nonfunctional and unproductive in the late 15th century. Its fate ultimately seems to have been sealed by the loss of verb-second and the word-order changes triggered by it, most notably the loss of ...
Author: Ruth Möhlig-Falke
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Early English Impersonal Construction aims to demonstrate that an understanding of the functional and semantic aspects of impersonal verbs in Old and Middle English can shed light on questions that remain about these verbs today.
He had on a the peninsula would doubtless be de- late occasion ( the Vote of Credit ) depre . grading to the ... if they could contemplate the remind ministers of the fate of the late present situation of that empire with any king of ...
Budget 1901 (late addition). Condemned 27.3.1914, Struck 21.5.1914. Fate unknown. Phoque (Q27) Rochefort Dyd/Panhard et Levassor (benzol). On list 1.1902. Ord: 3.4.1901. K: 9.4.1903. L: 16.3.1904. Comm: 28.2.1905 (full).
Author: Stephen S Roberts
Publisher: Seaforth Publishing
In 1859 the French navy was at a high point, having fought alongside the British in the Crimean War and developed a formidable fleet of fast wooden-hulled steam ships of the line. But in that very year the world’s navies had to start over again when French naval architect Dupuy de Lôme introduced the ironclad battleship. The French navy then went through three tumultuous phases. In the 1860s and 1870s it focused on building a new traditionally-structured fleet in which wooden-hulled battleships gave way to iron and steel ships with massive guns and armour. In the 1880s and 1890s this effort was disrupted by a vigorous contest between battleship sailors and advocates of fast steel cruisers and small torpedo craft, leaving France by the end of the 1890s with few new battleships (none as large as the best foreign ships) but some two hundred torpedo boats. The Fashoda crisis in 1898 revealed the weakness of the French navy and between 1900 and 1914 the French focused on building a strong battle fleet. In 1914 this fleet remained well behind those of Britain and Germany in numbers, but taken individually French warships remained among the best in the world. This book is the first comprehensive listing in English of the over 1400 warships that were added to the official French navy fleet list between 1 January 1859 and World War I. It includes everything from the largest battleships to a small armoured gunboat that looked like a floating egg. The ships are listed in three separate parts to keep contemporary ships together and then by ship type and class. For each class the book provides a design history explaining why the ships were built, substantial technical characteristics for the ships as completed and after major reconstructions, and selected career milestones including the ultimate fate of each ship. Like its predecessors written jointly with Rif Winfield, French Warships in the Age of Sail 1626-1786 and French Warships in the Age of Sail 1786-1861, with which it forms the third in a trilogy, it provides a complete picture of the overall development of French warships over a period of almost three centuries.
The Late Harry S. Fate . curred Wednesday afternoon . There was in attendance a large number of people from other cities , as well as a majority of the residents of Plymouth . God measures not life by years , Nor by sorrows , nor sighs ...
Author: Henry Wadsworth LongfellowPublish On: 1879
O enviable fate ! to be Strong , beautiful , and armed like thee With lyre and sword , with song and steel ; A hand to smite , a heart to feel ! ... I cannot strive against my ' Tis too late ! fate ! WALTER . Come with me ; for my steed ...