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70 페이지 - So soon as that spare Cassius. He reads much; He is a great observer and he looks Quite through the deeds of men: he loves no plays, As thou dost, Antony; he hears no music; Seldom he smiles, and smiles in such a sort As if he mock'd himself and scorn'd his spirit That could be moved to smile at any thing.
144 페이지 - Then said the king : I and the rest of these nobles about me will sing a psalme to God for your prosperitie; and so they did, very solemnly. And after it was ended, the king said : I would heare you sing another psalme, although in your owne language. So, there being in the company some twelve of us, we sung another psalme. And after the psalme ended, the generall tooke his leave of the king.
313 페이지 - Bengalen, wherewith they do most cunningly stitch their coverlits, pavilions, pillowes, carpets and and brighter than silk itself : of this they make many stuffs of divers colours, and export them to all parts. The inhabitants, both men and women, are wondrously adroit in all manufactures, such as of cotton cloth and silks, and in needlework, such as embroideries, which are worked so skilfully, down to the smallest stitches, that nothing prettier is to be seen anywhere. Some of these cottons and...
348 페이지 - Security and justice are so firmly established in this city that the most wealthy merchants bring thither from maritime countries considerable cargoes, which they unload and unhesitatingly send into the markets and the bazaars, without thinking in the meantime of any necessity of checking the account or of keeping watch over the goods.
227 페이지 - Formerly twelve thousand-weight of these cowries would purchase a cargo of five or six hundred negroes ; but those lucrative times are now no more ; and the negroes now set such a value on their countrymen, that there is no such thing as having a cargo under twelve or fourteen tons of cowries.
149 페이지 - Ye may divorce your wives twice, but if the husband divorce her a third time she shall not be lawful for him again until she marry another husband. But if he also divorces her, it shall be no crime in them if they return to each other.
176 페이지 - No old manuscripts with this character are preserved. One peculiarity in the alphabet is, that some of the consonants change their form according to the various vowel-sounds with which they are united, the construction of the letter being altogether different.
xlvi 페이지 - had, from his first arrival with the steamers at Mooltan, shown the usual willingness of his profession to co-operate with his brother officers on shore. " On the night in question he had once already conducted some reinforcements to Colonel Pattoun's assistance ; but the fighting at the outposts still raged with unabated fury.
193 페이지 - When a debtor is unable to pay what he owes, and has no relation or friends capable of doing it for him ; or when the children of a deceased person do not find property enough to discharge the debts of their parent, they are forced to the state which is called...
318 페이지 - ... exported hence to all parts of India. There are rhinoceroses also, and some say unicorns, too, which are said to be found in this land only. They say other animals will not drink at a well until a female unicorn has steeped her horn in the water, so they all wait on the bank till she comes and does so. In short, I find no country in all the East Indies more abundantly supplied with all things needful for food, with the riches of nature and art; and were not the navigation so dangerous, it would...