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... de' Medici, from whom she received many marks of favour, and was secretly married to Francois de Bassompierre (q.v.), who joined her in conspiring against Cardinal Richelieu. Upon the exposure of the plot the cardinal exiled her to her estate at Eu, near Amiens, where she died. The princess wrote Aventures de la cour de Perse, in which, under the veil of fictitious scenes and names, she tells the ...
— Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 2 - "Constantine Pavlovich" to "Convention" • Various

... our generation. I regret to see that M. Lanson, the latest historian of French literature, has not dared to separate himself from the academic grex. "On ne saurait nier," he says, "que quelques uns aient eu du talent;" but he evidently feels that this generous concession is in need of guards and caveats. There is no "beaute formelle" in them, he says—no formal beauty in those magnificently sweeping laisses, of ...
— The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory - (Periods of European Literature, vol. II) • George Saintsbury

... son of 'Madame d'Ecouis avait eu de sa mere sans la connaitre et sans en etre reconnu une fille nommee Cecile. Il epousa ensuite en Lorraine cette meme Cecile qui etait aupres de la Duchesse de Bar . . . Il furent enterres dans le meme ...
— The Works of Aphra Behn - Volume V • Aphra Behn

... eu tout bu, tout mi['e] et tout dr['e]l['e], il o v'nu adonc dains ch' pahis lo ainn' famaine cruueelle, et i c'mainchonait d'avoir fon-ye d' ...
— A Handbook of the English Language • Robert Gordon Latham

... letters and science, later engaging in the campaign of Paraguay. He took part in the retreat of La Laguna, an event which he has enshrined in one of his best works, first published in French under the title La Retraite de la Laguna. He served also as secretary to Count d'Eu, who commanded the Brazilian army, and later occupied various political offices, rising to the office of senator in 1886. His list of works is too numerous to mention in a fragmentary introduction of this nature; chief among them stands Innocencia; a sister tale, so to speak, ...
— Brazilian Tales • Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis

... then said Taillefer, gravely, and with a shade of sympathy on his large face, "my news is such as is best told briefly: Bunaz, Count d'Eu and descendant of Richard Sanspeur, hath ...
— Harold, Complete - The Last Of The Saxon Kings • Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... Pere-Lachaise, le pompeux corbillard qui portait le corps du defunt. L'elite des artistes de Paris lui a servi de cortege. Plusieurs dames, ses eleves, en grand deuil, ont suivi le convoi, a pied, jusqu'au champ de repos, ou l'artiste eminent, convaincu, a eu pour oraisons funebres des regrets muets, profondement sentis, qui valent mieux que des discours dans lesquels perce toujours ...
— Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician - Volume 1-2, Complete • Frederick Niecks

... e)n tais (me/rais e)kei/nais zt/sousin oi( a)/nthrpoi to tha/naton kai ou)ch eu(r/sousin au)to ' kai e)pithym/sousin a)pothanein, kai pheu/xetai o( ...
— The Works of Lord Byron, Vol. 7. - Poetry • George Gordon Byron

... professes to have translated his work from the English of one Mr. D'Avisson (Davidson?) although there is a terrible ambiguity in the statement. "J' en ai eu," says he "l'original de Monsieur D'Avisson, medecin des mieux versez qui soient aujourd'huy dans la cnoissance des Belles Lettres, et sur tout de la Philosophic Naturelle. Je lui ai cette obligation entre les autres, de m' auoir non seulement mis en main cc Livre en anglois, ...
— The Works of Edgar Allan Poe - Volume 1 (of 5) of the Raven Edition • Edgar Allan Poe

... leaving Harfleur,[124] proceeded without (p. 159) any important interruption through Montevilliers, Fecamp, Arques, a town about four miles inland from Dieppe; and on Saturday, October 12, he passed about half a mile to the right of the town of Eu, where part of the French troops were quartered. These sallied out on the English in great numbers, and very fiercely, but were soon repulsed; and a treaty was agreed upon between Henry and the inhabitants, ...
— Henry of Monmouth, Volume 2 - Memoirs of Henry the Fifth • J. Endell Tyler

... Alexander, Antipater caught the gouernmente of Macedonia and Grece, and Crates was Treasurer. Me- leagrus and Perdiccas caught other of his dominions, then Ptolemeus possessed Egipte, Africa and a parte of Arabia, Learcus, Cassander, Mena[n]der, Leonatus, Lusimachus, Eu- menes, Seleucus and manie other, who were for their wor- thines in honor and estimacion with Alexander, caught in- to their handes other partes of his dominions, euerie one se- kyng for his time, his owne priuate glorie, dignitie, and ad- uauncemente, but not a publike wealthe, ...
— A booke called the Foundacion of Rhetorike • Richard Rainolde

... particulier, l'auteur pretend dmontrer qu'elle ne peut convenir qu' des enthousiastes peu propres aux devoirs de la socit, pour lesquels les hommes sont dans ce monde. Il entreprend de prouver, dans la troisime partie, que la religion chrtienne a eu les effets politiques les plus sinistres et les plus funestes, et que le genre humain lui doit tous les malheurs dont il a t accabl depuis quinze dix-huit sicles, sans qu'on en ...
— Baron d'Holbach - A Study of Eighteenth Century Radicalism in France • Max Pearson Cushing

... second daughter of Francois de Cleves, Duc de Nevers, and of Marguerite de Bourbon-Vendome, the aunt of Henri IV. Her dower consisted of the county of Eu, in Normandy. She was twice married; first to Antoine de Croi, Prince de Portien, by whom she had no issue; and secondly, to Henri de Lorraine, Duc de Guise. She died in 1633, at the age ...
— The Life of Marie de Medicis, Vol. 1 (of 3) • Julia Pardoe

... in life except you,' he said. I smiled at him, a little sadly, a little cynically. 'It is I who have given you the greatest gift,' I said. 'I have given you a regret and an illusion. Vous avez donc tout eu.' That night he ...
— Balloons • Elizabeth Bibesco

... islands that groaned beneath the Corsairs' devastations; the Duke of Bourbon took command of an expedition (at the cost of the Genoese) which included names as famous as the Count d'Auvergne, the Lord de Courcy, Sir John de Vienne, the Count of Eu, and our own Henry of Beaufort; and on St. John Baptist's Day, with much pomp, with flying banners and the blowing of trumpets, they sailed on three hundred galleys for Barbary. Arrived before Africa, not without the hindrance of a storm, they beheld ...
— The Story of the Barbary Corsairs • Stanley Lane-Poole

... not generally known that the parish church of Eu, France, where the chateau of the Comte de Paris is situated, is dedicated to St. ...
— Donahoe's Magazine, Volume 15, No. 1, January 1886 • Various

... vu et ce que j'ai senti, D'un coeur pour qui le vrai ne fut point trop hardi, Et j'ai eu cette ardeur, par l'amour intimee, Pour etre apres la mort ...
— The Inn of Dreams • Olive Custance

... L'Averdy, Memorial lu au comite des manuscrits concernant la recherche a faire des minutes originales des differentes affaires qui ont eu lieu par rapport a Jeanne d'Arc, appelee communement la Pucelle d'Orleans, Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1787, in 4to; Notices et extraits des manuscrits de la Bibliotheque du roi, lus au comite etabli par sa Majeste dans l'Academie royale des Inscriptions ...
— The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2) • Anatole France

... comes "Civics," or the Science of Cities. In the former Mr. Galton was developing an idea which was in the air, and in Wells. In the latter Professor Geddes has struck out a more novel line, and a still more novel nomenclature. Politography, Politogenics, and Eu-Politogenics, likewise Hebraomorphic and Latinomorphic and Eutopia—quite an opposite idea from Utopia—such are some of the additions to the dictionary which the science of Civics carries in its train. They are all excellent words—with the double-barrelled exception—and ...
— Civics: as Applied Sociology • Patrick Geddes

... son ordre. Ce qu'il allegue du pretendu commerce entre le Gouverneur et la Dame de la Naudiere (soeur du Pere Joseph) est entierement faux, et il l'a publie avec scandale, sans preuve et contre toute apparence, la ditte Dame ayant toujours eu une conduite irreprochable." Memoire touchant le Demesle, etc. Champigny also says that the bishop has brought this charge, and that Callieres declares that he has told a falsehood. Champigny ...
— Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV • Francis Parkman

... have had, that ye have had, that they have had. A ma uoullente que nous aions eu, que uous aiez eu, ...
— An Introductorie for to Lerne to Read, To Pronounce, and to Speke French Trewly • Anonymous

... Lucian makes no mention of Strength and Force, but brings in Mercury at the beginning of the dialogue. Moreover, Mercury is represented in an excellent humor, and rallies Prometheus good-naturedly upon his tortures. Thus, Sec.6, he says, [Greek: eu echei. kataptesetai de ede kai ho aetos apokeron to hepar, hos panta echois anti tes kales kai eumechanou plastikes.] In regard to the place where Prometheus was bound, the scene doubtless represented ...
— Prometheus Bound and Seven Against Thebes • Aeschylus

... first written down for him, or else, he! he! he! Of course you know Napoleon's estimate of Mezzofante; he sent for the linguist from motives of curiosity, and after some discourse with him, told him that he might depart; then turning to some of his generals, he observed, 'Nous avons eu ici un exemple qu'un homme peut avoir beaucoup de paroles ...
— Isopel Berners - The History of certain doings in a Staffordshire Dingle, July, 1825 • George Borrow

... Ils viennent du toit, qu'ils divisent par de larges fentes comblees, aboutissantes au filon principale. Ils font de meme calcaires et marins faits par couches; mais ces couches ont une si grande inclinaison, que je ne puis les comprendre: il faut qu'il y ait eu d'etranges bouleversemens ...
— Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4) • James Hutton

... [Greek: Cheiri de dexiterei ti phereis xuron? Andrasi deigma] [Greek: Hos akmes pases oxuteros teletho.] [Greek: He de kome, ti kat' opsin? Hupantiasanti labesthai,] [Greek: Ne Dia. Taxopithen pros ti phalakra pelei?] [Greek: Ton gar hapax ptenoisi parathrexanta me possin] [Greek: Ou tis eu' himeiron draxetai exopithen.] [Greek: Tounech' ho technites se dieplasen? Heineken humeon,] [Greek: Xeine, kai en ...
— Notes and Queries, Number 66, February 1, 1851 • Various

... masculine gender approaches l, in those of the neuter gender r. The o and u, and the t and d, are also frequently blended. The w has not the German but the soft English sound, as in we. The German dipthongs[TN-2] ae, [oe], eu, ei, ue, are employed. The accents are the long ^, the acute ', and that indicating the emphasis '. The latter is usually placed near the commencement of the word, and ...
— The Arawack Language of Guiana in its Linguistic and Ethnological Relations • Daniel G. Brinton

... in a moment, bringing with her the young Lady Hawise,—a quiet-looking, dark-eyed girl of some eighteen years; and Marie, the little Countess of Eu, who was only a child of eleven. After them came Levina, one of the Countess's dressers, and two sturdy varlets, carrying the pedlar's heavy pack between them. The pedlar himself followed in the rear. He ...
— Earl Hubert's Daughter - The Polishing of the Pearl - A Tale of the 13th Century • Emily Sarah Holt

... dans certaines eglises on avoit imagine, depuis l'eveque, de nouveaux miracles, et qu'elles en citoient dont il ne parle pas, et dont certainement il eut fait mention s'ils avoient eu lieu de son temps. Tel etoit celui de l'eglise de Sainte-Marie, ou jamais il ne pleuvoit, disoit-on, quoiqu'elle fut sans toit. Tel celui auquel les Grecs ont donne tant de celebrite, et qui, tous les ans, la veille de Paques, s'operoit dans l'eglise du Saint-Sepulcre, ou ...
— The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques, - and Discoveries of The English Nation, Volume 10 - Asia, Part III • Richard Hakluyt

... were off me, and this hand But owner of a Sword: By all othes in one, I and the iustice of my love would make thee A confest Traytor. O thou most perfidious That ever gently lookd; the voydest of honour, That eu'r bore gentle Token; falsest Cosen That ever blood made kin, call'st thou hir thine? Ile prove it in my Shackles, with these hands, Void of appointment, that thou ly'st, and art A very theefe in love, a Chaffy Lord, ...
— The Two Noble Kinsmen • William Shakespeare and John Fletcher [Apocrypha]

... more generally in the country by that of "la Cite de Limes," and in old writings, of "Civitas Limarum," is situated upon the brink of the cliff, about two miles to the east of Dieppe, on the road leading to Eu, and still preserves in a state of perfection its ancient form and character; though necessarily reduced in the height of its vallum by the operation of time, and probably also diminished in its size by the gradual encroachments of the ocean. Upon its shape, which ...
— Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. I. (of 2) • Dawson Turner

... of the historic spots which are to be found in abundance on the historic soil of Normandy. They are only two out of many; every town, almost every village, has its tale to tell. From Eu to Pontorson there is hardly a spot which does not make some contribution to the history of those stirring times when Normandy had a life of its own, and when the Norman name was famous from Scotland to ...
— Sketches of Travel in Normandy and Maine • Edward A. Freeman

... Muthige Meerfahrt mchtig den Stolzen, Der an Ehren nicht mehr einem andern Manne 5 Zu gnnen gemeint war im Garten der Mitte, Als wie unter'm Himmel erworben er selbst!): 'Bist du der Brwelf, der mit Brecht bekmpfte Auf weiter See im Wetteschwimmen, Da bermthig und ehrbegierig 10 Eu'r Leben ihr wagtet in Wassertiefen, Die beid' ihr durchschwammt? Da brachte zum Schwanken Den Vorsatz der furchtbaren Fahrt euch Keiner Mit Bitten und Warnen, und Beide durchtheiltet Mit gebreiteten Armen die Brandung ...
— The Translations of Beowulf - A Critical Biography • Chauncey Brewster Tinker

... . . Que puis-je faire pour vous? Do you speak English? . . . . Parlez-vous anglais? I do not speak French very . Je ne parle pas tres bien le well. francais. Where do you come from? . . . D'ou venez-vous? How did you come? . . . . . . Comment etes-vous venu? On foot, in a carriage, in . A pied, eu voiture, en auto, en an auto, by rail, by boat, chemin de fer, en bateau, a on a bicycle, on horseback, bicyclette, a cheval, en in ...
— Manual for Noncommissioned Officers and Privates of Infantry • War Department

... Normandie, que des arcades semi-circulaires dans les Xe. XIe. et XIIe. siecles; au contraire, les arcades en pointes des nefs, des fenetres et des portes des eglises, autrement les arcades en ogive, n'ont eu lieu chez nous que dans le XIIIe. siecle et les suivans. On trouve egalement ces deux styles en Angleterre et aux memes epoques, et leur difference est une des principales regles qui servent aux antiquaires Anglois, pour discerner les constructions ...
— Architectural Antiquities of Normandy • John Sell Cotman

... and afterwards married, a noble virgin, (p. 380,) whom a soldier, eti martusi polloiV onhdon epibrimwmenoV, had almost violated in spite of the entolai, entalmata eu gegonotwn.] ...
— The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire - Volume 6 • Edward Gibbon

... boundary, Dallison, d'Alenc on, Danvers, d'Anvers, Antwerp, Devereux, d'Evreux, Daubeney, Dabney, d'Aubigny, Disney, d'Isigny, etc. Doyle is a later form of Doyley, or Dolley, for d'Ouilli, and Darcy and Durfey were once d'Arcy and d'Urfe. Dew is sometimes for de Eu. Sir John de Grey, justice of Chester, had in 1246 two Alice in Wonderland clerks named Henry de Eu and William de Ho. A familiar example, which has been much disputed, is the Cambridgeshire name Death, which some of its possessors prefer to write D'Aeth ...
— The Romance of Names • Ernest Weekley

... villages are posts and defences; in Antoine and Fontenoy elaborate redoubts, batteries, redans connecting: in the Wood (BOIS DE BARRY), an abattis, or wall of felled trees, as well as cannon; and at the point of the Wood, well within double range of Fontenoy, is a Redoubt, called of Eu (REDOUTE D'EU, from the regiment occupying it), which will much concern his Royal Highness and us. Saxe has a hundred pieces of cannon [say the English, which is correct], consummately disposed along this space; no ingress possible ...
— History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.) • Thomas Carlyle

... dedit ore rotundo Musa loqui, praeter laudem, nullius avaris. Romani pueri longis rationibus assem Discunt in partes centum diducere. Dicat Filius Albini, si de quincunce remota est Uncia, quid superet? poteras dixisse, triens. Eu! Rem poteris servare tuam. Redit uncia: quid fit? On Nature's pattern too I'll bid him look, And copy manners from her living book. Sometimes 'twill chance, a poor and barren tale, Where neither excellence nor art prevail, With now and then a passage of some merit, And Characters sustain'd, ...
— The Art Of Poetry An Epistle To The Pisos - Q. Horatii Flacci Epistola Ad Pisones, De Arte Poetica. • Horace

... ont encontrez, Qui du tournois sont retournes, Qui du tout en tout est feru. S'en avoit tout le pris eu Le chevalier qui reperoit Des messes qu' oies avoit. Les autres qui s'en reperoient Le saluent et le conjoient Et distrent bien que onques mes Nul chevalier ne prist tel fes D'armes com il ot fet ce jour; A tousjours en avroit l'onnour. ...
— Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres • Henry Adams

... aruawc eg gawr Kyn no diw e gwr gwrd eg gwyawr Kynran en racwan rac bydinawr Kwydei pym pymwnt rac y lafnawr O wyr deivyr a brennych dychiawr Ugein cant eu diuant en un awr Kynt y gic e vleid nogyt e neithyawr Kynt e vud e vran nogyt e allawr Kyn noe argyurein e waet e lawr Gwerth med eg kynted gan lliwedawr Hyueid hir ermygir ...
— Y Gododin - A Poem on the Battle of Cattraeth • Aneurin

... pour vous, qu'il me semble que vous devez le connoitre a cent lieues de distance d'ici, encore que je ne vous dise pas un mot. C'est ce que me donne le courage de vous ecrire a cette heure, mais non pas ce qui m'en a empeche si longtemps. J'ai commence, a faillir par force, ayant eu beaucoup de maux, et depuis je l'ai faite par honte, et je vous avoue que si je n'avois a cette heure la confiance que vous m'avez donnee en me rassurant, et celle que je tire de mes propres sentimens pour vous, je n'oserois jamais entreprendre de vous faire ...
— The Essays of "George Eliot" - Complete • George Eliot

... thys lord his bookie fele [many] Hath eu'y clerk at werk. They of hem gete Metaphisic; phisic these rather feele; They natural, moral they rather trete; Theologie here ye is with to mete; Him liketh loke in boke historial. In deskis XII hym serve as half a strete Hath ...
— Old English Libraries, The Making, Collection, and Use of Books • Ernest A. Savage

... guardians of the young duke whose faithful discharge of their duties shows that the Norman nobility was not wholly corrupt. One indeed was a foreign prince, Alan Count of the Bretons, a grandson of Richard the Fearless through a daughter. Two others, the seneschal Osbern and Gilbert Count of Eu, were irregular kinsmen of the duke. All these were murdered, the Breton count by poison. Such a childhood as this made William play the man while he was still a child. The helpless boy had to seek for ...
— William the Conqueror • E. A. Freeman

... " Les Sauvages avoient eu de presentiments aussi bien que les Francois, et de cet horrible Tremble-terre. Voicy la deposition d'une sauvage age 20. fort innocente, simple, & sincere. La nuict du 4 ou 5 de Febr. 1663 estant entirement ...
— Miscellanies upon Various Subjects • John Aubrey

... blossoming tree, This mad-cap cousin of Robin and Thrush, And sings without ceasing the whole morning long; Now wild, now tender, the wayward song That flows from his soft gray, fluttering throat; But oft he stops in his sweetest note, And shaking a flower from the blossoming bough, Drawls out: "Mi-eu, mi-ow!" ...
— Ohio Arbor Day 1913: Arbor and Bird Day Manual - Issued for the Benefit of the Schools of our State • Various

... Bickerstaff Detected, was, as Scott asserts, the result of an appeal to Rowe or Yalden by Partridge, and they, under the pretence of assisting him, treacherously making a fool of him, or an independent j'eu d'esprit, is not quite clear. Nor is it easy to settle with any certainty the authorship. In the Dublin edition of Swift's works, it is attributed to Nicholas Rowe; Scott assigns it to Thomas Yalden, the preacher of Bridewell and a well-known ...
— An English Garner - Critical Essays & Literary Fragments • Edited by Professor Arber and Thomas Seccombe

... was born about the year 1339, at Eu in Normandy. He was of good family, and Baron of St. Martin-le-Gaillard, and had distinguished himself both as a navigator and warrior; he was made chamberlain to Charles VI. But his tastes were more for travelling than a life at court; he resolved to make himself ...
— Celebrated Travels and Travellers - Part I. The Exploration of the World • Jules Verne

... unconsciously imitated Burke's very phrases. "Toutes les revolutions civiles et politiques ont eu une patrie, et s'y sont enfermees. La Revolution. francaise ... on l'a vue rapprocher ou diviser les hommes en depit des lois, des traditions, des caracteres, de langue, rendant parfois ennemis des compatriotes, et freres des etrangers; ou plutot elle a forme audessus de toutes les ...
— Burke • John Morley

... recue hier et qui m'a vivement touchee. Vous dites, Sire, que vos pensees sont encore aupres de nous; je puis Vous assurer que c'est bien reciproque de notre part et que nous ne cessons de repasser en revue et de parler de ces beaux jours que nous avons eu le bonheur de passer avec Vous et l'Imperatrice et qui se sont malheureusement ecoules si vite. Nous sommes profondement touches de la maniere dont votre Majeste parle de nous et de notre famille, et je me plais ...
— The Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume III (of 3), 1854-1861 • Queen of Great Britain Victoria

... enseognoit l'eu mena i jour en riviere, et quant il revint, la reine Gerberge dist que se il jamais l'enmenait fors des murs, elle li ferait les ...
— The Little Duke - Richard the Fearless • Charlotte M. Yonge

... commence a respirer; depuis bientot six semaines je ne savais pas vraiment ou donner de la tete. Nous avons eu transformation de societe, inventaire, assemblee d'actionnaires, tout cela m'a donne un effrayant surcroit de besogne et de fatigue, et je n'avais pas le courage de reprendre la plume lorsque je rentrais au logis, harasse et ...
— Philip Gilbert Hamerton • Philip Gilbert Hamerton et al

... d'effroi. "Je vous entend," dit Moreau, "Il faut encore couper celle ci, eh bien, faites vite. Cependant j'eusse prefere la mort." Il voulait ecrire a sa femme. Il ecrivait donc d'une main assez ferme ces propres expressions. "Ma chere amie,—La bataille se decide il y a trois jours.—J'ai eu les deux jambes emportees d'un boulet de canon—ce coquin de Bonaparte est toujours hereux. On m'a fait l'amputation aussi bien que possible—l'armee a faite un mouvement retrograde, ce n'est pas par revers, mais par decousu et pour se rapprocher au General Blucher. Excuse mon griffonage. ...
— Travels in France during the years 1814-1815 • Archibald Alison

... tout le Royaume enfin, furent extremement touchez de sa mort. Malgre la haine mutuelle des factions qui divisoient la France, il etoit si estime dans les deux partis, que s'il se fut agi de trouver un chevalier Francois sans reproche, tel que nos peres en ont autrefois eu, tout le monde auroit jette les yeux sur d'Aumont."—Histoire Universelle de Jacque-Auguste de Thou, a Londres, 1734, Tom. XII., p. 446—Vide also, Larousse; Camden's His. Queen Elizabeth, London, 1675 pp 486,487, Memoirs of Sully, Philadelphia, 1817, pp. 122, 210; ...
— Voyages of Samuel de Champlain, Vol. 1 • Samuel de Champlain

... catchwords, just as no doubt every state in the Union has. I cannot believe that the pioneer American, for example, can spare time to learn that last refinement of modern speech, the exquisite diphthong, a farfetched combination of the French eu and the English e, with which a New Yorker pronounces such words as world, bird &c. I have spent months without success in trying to achieve glibness ...
— Captain Brassbound's Conversion • George Bernard Shaw

... Dieu le renom, Vous serviteurs du Seigneur! Venez pour lui faire honneur, Vous qui avez eu ce don"— ...
— Jacques Bonneval • Anne Manning

... les Anglais n'ont eu tant de superiorite sur mer; mais ils en eurent sur les Francais dans tous les ...
— The Life of Marie Antoinette, Queen of France • Charles Duke Yonge

... eu la rage contre toi, mais c'est passe maintenant. Je veux seulement me reposer. Je ne peux pas me battre pour la France—j'ai voulu travailler pour elle; mais ...
— Tatterdemalion • John Galsworthy

... trouver des femmes qui n'ont jamais eu de galanterie, mais il est rare d'en trouver qui n'en aient jamais eu qu'une."—Reflexions ... du Duc de la Rochefoucauld, ...
— The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 6 • Lord Byron

... colour is not easy to tell, but different shades of grey prevail. The north tower, the earliest part, is built of small and uneven stones. There is a tradition that Powderham was begun by William of Eu soon after the Conquest, and another story is that it existed before that date, and was built by a Saxon to prevent the Danes sailing up the river to Exeter; but the oldest portion now standing is probably due to Sir Philip Courtenay, who was ...
— Devon, Its Moorlands, Streams and Coasts • Rosalind Northcote

... to attack the English in Time of Peace.—"La lettre de M. l'Abbe Le Loutre me paroit si interessante que j'ay l'honneur de vous en envoyer Copie.... Les trois sauvages qui m'ont porte ces depeches m'ont parle relativement a ce que M. l'Abbe Le Loutre marque dans sa lettre; je n'ay eu garde de leur donner aucun Conseil la-dessus et je me suis borne a leur promettre que je ne les abandonnerai point, aussy ai-je pourvu a tout, soit pour les armes, munitions de guerre et de bouche, soit pour les ...
— Montcalm and Wolfe • Francis Parkman

... la commodite particuliere de mes parens et amis; a ce que m'ayans perdu (ce qu'ils out a faire bientost) ils y puissent retrouver quelques traicts de mes humeurs, et que par ce moyen ils nourrissent plus entiere et plus vifue la conoissance qu'ils out eu de moi." ...
— Literary Character of Men of Genius - Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions • Isaac D'Israeli

... go debyg am le o'r enw Llyn-y-Ffynonau. Yr oedd yno rasio a dawnsio, a thelynio a ffidlo enbydus, a gwas o Gelli Ffrydau a'i ddau gi yn eu canol yn neidio ac yn prancio mor sionc a neb. Buont wrthi hi felly am dridiau a theirnos, yn ddi-dor-derfyn; ac oni bai bod ryw wr cyfarwydd yn byw heb fod yn neppell, ac i hwnw gael gwybod pa sut yr oedd pethau yn myned yn mlaen, y mae'n ddiddadl y buasai i'r creadur gwirion ddawnsio 'i hun ...
— Welsh Folk-Lore - a Collection of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales • Elias Owen

... with red damask and there were pictures of Queen Victoria and Louis Napoleon. It seems the Queen slept in that room one night when she came over to France to make her visit to Louis Philippe at the Chateau d'Eu. We found quite a party assembled—all the men in uniform and the women generally in white. We breakfasted in a large dining-room with glass doors opening into the garden, which was charming, a blaze of bright summer flowers. We adjourned ...
— Chateau and Country Life in France • Mary King Waddington

... Harold, admitting us at the glass door. "It is all a mistake. I am not the man. It is Eustace. Eu, I wish you joy, ...
— My Young Alcides - A Faded Photograph • Charlotte M. Yonge

... acclame le grand naturaliste, et'il n'y a pas meme une rue portant son nom aux environs du Jardin des Plantes? J'ai eu beau reclamer le conseil municipal de Paris a ...
— Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution - His Life and Work • Alpheus Spring Packard

... Letter from me, cast his eye upon it; and seeing it to be Grumkow's hand, said to me with all the anger imaginable [fancy the thunder-burst!], 'Messieurs, j'ai eu assez de ces choses la;' threw the Letter upon the ground, and immediately turning his back went out of the room, and shut the door ...
— History of Friedrich II of Prussia V 7 • Thomas Carlyle

... testimony of a leading French press organ is worth reproducing here: "La situation du President Wilson dans nos democraties est magnifique, souveraine et extremement perilleuse. On ne connait pas d'hommes, dans les temps contemporains, ayant eu plus d'autorite et de puissance; la popularite lui a donne ce que le droit divin ne conferait pas toujours aux monarques hereditaires. En revanche et par le fait du choc en retour, sa responsabilite est superieure a celle du prince ...
— The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference • Emile Joseph Dillon

... world at once, and push your crow bar in till you reach EU-ROPE, which, Ernest says, lies in a straight line from our feet. I should like to have a peep down, such a hole, for I might thus get a sight of ...
— The Swiss Family Robinson Told in Words of One Syllable • Mary Godolphin

... surface de la pierre; les mailles de ce reseau sont quelquefois irregulieres, mais ce sont pour la plupart des quadrilateres obliquangles, dont les cotes ont huit a dix pouces de longueur. Comme ces pierres ont toutes un tendance a se partager en rhomboides, il paroit qu'il y a eu anciennement des fentes qui divisoient les bancs en parties de cette forme; et que ces fentes ont ete remplies par du sable qui a ete cimente par un suc ferrugineux; ce gluten solide a rendu ces parties plus dures que le ...
— Theory of the Earth, Volume 2 (of 4) • James Hutton

... ingenium, Grais dedit ore rotundo Musa loqui, praeter laudem nullius avaris. Romani pueri longis rationibus assem discunt in partes centum diducere. "Dicat films Albini: si de quincunce remota est uncia, quid superat? poteras dixisse." "triens." "eu! rem poteris ...
— Social life at Rome in the Age of Cicero • W. Warde Fowler

... criticism that appeared in the papers was: "Madame Philips, une Americaine, a fait son apparence dans 'Trovatore.' Elle joue assez bien, et si sa voix avait l'importance de ses jambes elle aurait eu sans doute du succes, car elle peut presque chanter." Poor Miss Philips! I felt so sorry for her. I thought of when I had seen her in America, where she had such success in the same roles. But why did she get ...
— In the Courts of Memory 1858-1875. • L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone

... "Diples de phasin euporesai kardias Kai te men einai thumikon to therion Eis akrate kinesin erethismenon, Te de prosenes kai thrasytetos xenon. Kai pe men auton akroasthai ton logon Ous an tis Indos eu tithaseuon legoi, Pe de pros autous tous nomeis epitrechein Eis tas palaias ektrapen kakoupgias."] PHILE, Expos. de Eleph., l. ...
— Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon • J. Emerson Tennent

... again, "w'a's dis I yeh 'bout dat Eu'ope country? 's dat true de niggas is all free ...
— The Grandissimes • George Washington Cable

... the economy. Agricultural production is limited by a scarcity of arable land, and most food has to be imported. The principal livestock activity is sheep raising. Manufacturing consists mainly of cigarettes, cigars, and furniture. Andorra is a member of the EU Customs Union and is treated as an EU member for trade in manufactured goods (no tariffs) and as a non-EU member for ...
— The 2000 CIA World Factbook • United States. Central Intelligence Agency.

... lotz, Stopes and half stopes, 20 Pintes et demy pintes. Pintes and half pintes. Ung lot est appelle A stope is called Eu aucun lieu[2] vng quart. In ...
— Dialogues in French and English • William Caxton

... is the sound of two vowels in one syllable. Taken collectively they resemble a closed fist— i.e. a bunch of fives. The diphthongs are au, eu, ei, ae, and [oe]. Of the two first of these, au and eu, the sound is intermediate between that of the two vowels of which each is formed. This fact may perhaps be impressed upon the mind, on the principles of artificial ...
— The Comic Latin Grammar - A new and facetious introduction to the Latin tongue • Percival Leigh

... none conventional short form: Europa Island local long form: none local short form: Ile Europa Digraph: EU Type: French possession administered by Commissioner of the Republic; resident in Reunion Capital: none; administered by France from Reunion Independence: ...
— The 1993 CIA World Factbook • United States. Central Intelligence Agency.

... stray in lowly array, I am a damsel of high degree; And the Compte of Eu, and the Lord of Ponthieu, They serve ...
— Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol 4 • Charles Dudley Warner

... son of Roderick O'Conor, as a pledge for the fulfilment of the treaty of Windsor, and with other diplomatic functions. On reaching England, he found the king had gone to France, and following him thither, he was seized with illness as he approached the Monastery of Eu, and with a prophetic foretaste of death, he exclaimed as he came in sight of the towers of the Convent, "Here shall I make my resting-place." The Abbot Osbert and the monks of the Order of St. Victor received him tenderly, and watched his couch for the few ...
— A Popular History of Ireland - From the earliest period to the emancipation of the Catholics • Thomas D'Arcy McGee

... Crusoe. That is an excellent touch. The German pronunciation of Kreutznaer would sound like Krites-nare, and a mere dry scholar would have evolved Crysoe out of the name. But the English-speaking people everywhere, until within the past twenty years or so, have given the German "eu" the sound of "oo" or "u." Robinson's father therefore was called Crootsner until it was shaved into Crootsno ...
— The Delicious Vice • Young E. Allison

... del Castillo a eu l'honneur de repondre a Mgr. le Nonce Apostolique a Madrid, avec lequel il s'est entretenu a ce sujet, que le Plenipotentiaire d'Espagne etait pret a presenter, et a appuyer au sein de la Conference, la proposition du Saint-Siege, aussitot ...
— Notes on the Diplomatic History of the Jewish Question • Lucien Wolf

... miscreant with treason, and, cutting his throat, disfigured his face beyond recognition. Thereafter he pinned to the corse the following inscription, that others might be warned by so monstrous an example: 'Ci git Jean Rebati, qui a eu le traitement qu'il meritait: ceux qui en feront autant que lui peuvent attendre le meme sort.' Yet this was the murder that led to the hero's own ...
— A Book of Scoundrels • Charles Whibley

... Chicago. She will cast the horoscope of all callers; will tell them the events of their past life, and reveal what the future has in store for them. She has cast the horo- scope of all the crowned heads of Eu- rope, Asia, Africa, and Oceanica; she will cast the horoscope, or celes- tial map, for the hour and mo- ment of the inquiry for any visitor with the same care, and by the same method as that used in the case of the Sultan of Turkey, and the Pacha ...
— The Somnambulist and the Detective - The Murderer and the Fortune Teller • Allan Pinkerton

... etrangers. M. Vattemare en a recu plus d'une assurance; et deja des offres particulieres d'echanges sont arrivees a la Bibliotheque du roi. Le moment parait favorable pour s'occuper serieusement de ce travail. On doit en esperer d'heureux resultats auxquels M. Vattemare aura eu la ...
— Movement of the International Literary Exchanges, between France and North America from January 1845 to May, 1846 • Various

... apparently looks at each species as a separate creation. So it is with the other writers on Expression. For instance, Dr. Duchenne, after speaking of the movements of the limbs, refers to those which give expression to the face, and remarks:[16] "Le createur n'a donc pas eu a se preoccuper ici des besoins de la mecanique; il a pu, selon sa sagesse, ou—que l'on me pardonne cette maniere de parler—par une divine fantaisie, mettre en action tel ou tel muscle, un seul ou plusieurs muscles a la fois, lorsqu'il ...
— The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals • Charles Darwin

... Hafren. Yma dysgai Ladin a Groeg gyda'r ficer, y Parch. Thomas Richards. Yn y lle tawel Seisnig hwn, cymerodd ei awen edyn ysgafnach, cywreiniach. Clerigwyr pobtu'r Hafren oedd ei gyfeillion, ac yn eu mysg yr oedd Gwallter Mechain ac Ifor Ceri. Yma, at Eisteddfod y Trallwm, y cyfansoddodd ei draethawd gorchestol ...
— Gwaith Alun • Alun

... l'auteur pretend demontrer qu'elle ne peut convenir qu'a des enthousiastes peu propres aux devoirs de la societe, pour lesquels les hommes sont dans ce monde. Il entreprend de prouver, dans la troisieme partie, que la religion chretienne a eu les effets politiques les plus sinistres et les plus funestes, et que le genre humain lui doit tous les malheurs dont il a ete accable depuis quinze a dix-huit siecles, sans qu'on en puisse encore prevoir ...
— Baron d'Holbach • Max Pearson Cushing

... Cuthbert est affirme sans reserve par Reeves dans ses Notes sur Wattenbach, p. 5. Lanigan (c. iii. p. 88) constate qu'Usher, Ware, Colgan, en ont eu la meme opinion.... Beaucoup d'autres anciens auteurs irlandais et anglais en font un natif de l'Irlande.'—Montalembert, Les Moines d'Occident, ...
— Legends of the Saxon Saints • Aubrey de Vere

... indications are unsystematic and even contradictory. The elder brother has naturally no hesitation in saying that the highest gift of any writer is his power of creating on paper real beings—comme des etres crees par Dieu, et comme ayant eu une vraie vie sur la terre—and he is bold enough to add that Shakespeare himself has failed to create more than two or three personages. He protests energetically against the academic virtues, and insists on the importance ...
— Rene Mauperin • Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt

... eu aucune influence sur le developpement intellectuel des mouflons que nous avons possedes. . . . Les hommes ne les effrayaient plus; il semblait meme que ces animaux eussent acquis plus de confiance dans leur force en apprenant a nous connaitre. ...
— Sir John Constantine • Prosper Paleologus Constantine

... m'a mandat e mogut Per N'Arramon Luc d'Esparro, Qu'eu fassa per lui tal chanso, On sian trenchat mil escut, Elm e ausberc e alcoto E ...
— The Evolution of Love • Emil Lucka

... means which serve to show the analogy of idioms; namely, the grammatical construction, and the identity of words and roots. The following are the personal pronouns of the Chaymas, which are at the same time possessive pronouns; u-re, I, me; eu-re, thou, thee; teu-re, he, him. In the Tamanac, u-re, I; amare or anja, thou; iteu-ja, he. The radical of the first and of third person is in the Chayma u and teu.* (* We must not wonder at those roots which reduce ...
— Equinoctial Regions of America • Alexander von Humboldt

... a eu la bonte de me confier quelques antiquites provenant des anciens habitants du Yucatan et de l'Amerique Centrale, avec autorisation d'en faire prendre des fac-similes pour le Musee, ce qui me permet de les faire connaitre aux membres du Congres. Elles ont ete trouvees enfouies a une grande ...
— Studies in Central American Picture-Writing • Edward S. Holden

... said it, too!" sobbed the Little Colonel, "if Eu-Eugenia had been so mean to you all mawnin'! She's been t-talkin ...
— The Little Colonel's House Party • Annie Fellows Johnston

... et je lui ai demande d'ou provenaient les renseignements dont il s'etait servi pour dire dans son ouvrage que les Du Rozel descendaient des Bertrand de Bricquebec. Il m'a repondu qu'il l'ignorait; qu'il avait eu en sa possession une grande quantite de Copies de Chartres et d'anciens titres qui lui avaient fourni les materiaux de son histoire, mais qu'il ne savait nullement d'ou elles provenaient."—Historical Memoirs, &c., vol. i. p. ...
— Notes and Queries, Number 236, May 6, 1854 • Various

... Harbour recalls the old mercantile importance of their respective neighbourhoods. The only other places of any note in mediaeval Sussex were Steyning, under the walls of Bramber Castle; Hurstmonceux, which the Conqueror bestowed upon the lord of Eu; Battle, where he planted his great expiatory abbey; and Hurst Pierpont, which also dates from William's own time. The sole important part of the county was still the strip along the coast between the Weald and ...
— Science in Arcady • Grant Allen

... {ta seoutou de tithemenos eu gnomen ekho}: for {ekho} some inferior MSS. have {ekhe}, which is adopted by several Editors, "Rather set thy affairs in good order and ...
— The History Of Herodotus - Volume 2 (of 2) • Herodotus

... ne plaise, toutefois, que j'accuse ici LE COEUR de M. Dibdin. Je n'ai jamais eu l'honneur de le voir: je ne le connais que par ses ecrits; principalement par son Splendid Tour, et je ne balance pas a declarer que l'auteur doit etre doue d'une ame honnete, et de ces qualites fondamentales qui constituent l'homme de bien. Il prefere sa ...
— A Bibliographical, Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour in France and Germany, Volume One • Thomas Frognall Dibdin

... were made at Treport, during the short holiday trips we used to take to the Chateau d'Eu. I was dreadfully sea- sick every time, but that did not dismay me; and then the honest sailors, with their simple, open, resolute faces, attracted me irresistibly I used to envy them their risky life, as I watched their boats from the jetty at Treport, running in ...
— Memoirs • Prince De Joinville

... pheron t apereisi apoina, stemmat echon en chersin ekebolou Apollonos, chryseo ana skeptro kai elisseto pantas Achaious, Atreida de malista duo, kosmetore laon. Atreidai te, kai alloi euknemides Achaioi, ymin men theoi doien, Olympia domat echontes, ekpersai Priamoio polin eu d oikad ikesthai paida d emoi lysai te philen, ta t apoina dechesthai, azomenoi Dios uion ekebolon Apollona. enth alloi men pantes epeuphemesan Achaioi aideisthai th ierea, kai aglaa dechthai apoina all ouk Atreide Agamemnoni endane thymo, alla kakos aphiei, krateron ...
— The Schoolmaster • Roger Ascham

... and tiresome journey, not made pleasanter by having to change four or five times, he arrived late in the evening at Eu, where he spent the night. The next morning, an hour's drive in a hotel omnibus brought him to Ault, a small market-town in the department of Somme, which the Americans had recommended to him as the quietest, cheapest, most unpretending, and at the same time picturesquely situated ...
— The Malady of the Century • Max Nordau

... gendarme. "Nous avons eu des histoires de gens qui se sont pendus." (No, we have had histories of people who ...
— The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition - Vol. 1 (of 25) • Robert Louis Stevenson

... mere, la Princesse, qui estoit en un chastel de la Riolle (que l'on dit la Garderobbe la Reyne) et la s'estoit tenue deux jours et deux nuits, moult ebahie; et avoit bien raison. Quand elle vit le Roy son fils, elle fut toute rejouye, et luy dit, 'Ha ha beau fils, comment j'ay eu aujourd'huy grand peine et angoisse pour vous.' Dont respondit le Roy, et dit, 'Certes, Madame, je le say bien. Or vous rejouissez et louez Dieu, car il est heure de le louer. J'ay aujourd'huy recouvre mon heritage et le royaume d'Angleterre, que j'avoye ...
— Notes & Queries 1849.12.22 • Various

... deal with the authority of Dionysius of Halicarnassus alone, who, on the one hand, discriminates quantity so exquisitely as to make four degrees of shortness in the penultimates of [Greek: —hodos hr odos, tz opos] and [Greek: —stz ophos], and this expressly [Greek: —eu logois psilois], or plain prose, as well as in verse; and on the other hand declares, according to the evidently correct interpretation of the passage, that the difference between music and ordinary speech consists in the number only, and not in the quality, ...
— Specimens of the Table Talk of S.T.Coleridge • Coleridge

... discourse, and talk about the price of stocks or stockings. "Yooi wind him there, good dog, yooi wind him."—"Cottons is fell."—"Hark to Cottager! Hark!"—"Take your bill at three months, or give you three and a half discount for cash." "Eu in there, eu in, Cheapside, good dog."—"Don't be in a hurry, sir, pray. He may be in the empty casks behind the cooper's. Yooi, try for him, good bitch. Yooi, push him out."—"You're not going ...
— Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities • Robert Smith Surtees

... of Mezzofante; he sent for the linguist from motives of curiosity, and after some discourse with him, told him that he might depart; then turning to some of his generals he observed, "Nous avons eu ici un exemple qu'un homme peut avoir beaucoup de paroles ...
— Lavengro - The Scholar, The Gypsy, The Priest • George Borrow

... Eu gard aux sanctions militaires, navales et ariennes dont l'application ventuelle est prvue l'article 16 du Pacte et l'article 11 du prsent Protocole, le Conseil aura qualit pour recevoir les engagements d'Etats dterminant par avance les forces militaires, navales ...
— The Geneva Protocol • David Hunter Miller

... it were—indulged in a fuller repertoire. I seized pencil and paper, and noted down phonetically the different notes as they were uttered. This is the record: "Rat-t-t-t-t" (very rapid); "quit! quit! quit!" (a little slower); "wh-eu! wh-eu!" (still more deliberately); "chack! chack! chack!" (quite slow); "cr[e], cr[e], cr[e], cr[e]" (fast); "hu-way! hu-way!" (very sweet). There was a still more musical clause that I cannot put into syllables, then a rattle ...
— A Bird-Lover in the West • Olive Thorne Miller

... bleede afresh by thee, and thinke the harme Such; they could rather wish, t'were Henryes arme: Who thankes thy painfull quill; and holds it more To be thy Subiect now, then King before. By thee he conquers yet; when eu'ry word Yeelds him a fuller honour, then his sword. Strengthens his action against time: by thee, Hee victory, and France, doth hold in fee. So well obseru'd he is, that eu'ry thing Speakes him not onely English, but a King. And France, in this, may boast her fortunate ...
— The Battaile of Agincourt • Michael Drayton

... waking up! There will be three of us nurses in one lorry, and they're sure to start you off in another. We lunch at Eu, and I'll be delighted to see you. Then you can go on in our car. Dieppe's on the knees of the gods, as you say, but probably ...
— Simon Called Peter • Robert Keable

... Theos (phaesin) eipe tima ton patera sou kai taen maetera sou, hina eu soi genaetai; humeis de (phaesin) eiraekate (tois presbuterois legon), doron to Theo ho ean ophelaethaes ex emou, kai aekurosate ton nomon tou Theou, dia taen paradosin humon ton presbuteron. Touto de Haesaias exephonaesen ...
— The Gospels in the Second Century - An Examination of the Critical Part of a Work - Entitled 'Supernatural Religion' • William Sanday

... prophete Qui nous dit cas de si hault faict, Que d'une pucelle parfaicte Naistroit ung enfant tout parfaict? L'effect Est faict: La belle Pucelle A eu ung filz du ciel voue: ...
— Avril - Being Essays on the Poetry of the French Renaissance • H. Belloc

... increased defense and security cooperation. If ratified, in a process that may take some two years, this treaty will in effect make operational the European Security and Defense Policy (ESDP) approved in the 2000 Nice Treaty. Despite limits of cooperation for some EU members, development of a European military planning unit is likely to continue. So is creation of a rapid-reaction military force and a humanitarian aid system, which the planning unit will support. France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, and ...
— The 2007 CIA World Factbook • United States

... Dant[^e] calls this river Eu'no[^e]. It had the power of calling to the memory all the good acts done, all the graces bestowed, all the mercies received, but no evil.—Dant[^e], ...
— Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama - A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook, Vol. 3 • E. Cobham Brewer

... peres, mes lettres n'avaient pas accoutume de se suivre de si pres, ni d'etre si etendues. Le peu de temps que j'ai eu a ete cause de l'un et de l'autre. Je n'ai fait celle-ci plus longue que parceque je {45} n'ai pas eu le loisir de la faire plus courte. La raison qui m'a oblige de hater vous est mieux ...
— Notes and Queries, Number 193, July 9, 1853 • Various

... were merely e, while au and eu were sounded as in our August and Euxine. The two latter diphthongs stood alone in never being shortened even when they were unstressed and followed by two consonants. Thus men said [Eu]stolia and [Au]gustus, while they said [)[AE]]schylus and [)OE]dipus. Dryden and many others usually wrote the [AE] as E. Thus Garrick in a letter commends an adaptation of 'Eschylus', and although Boswell reports him as asking Harris 'Pray, Sir, have you read Potter's ...
— Society for Pure English Tract 4 - The Pronunciation of English Words Derived from the Latin • John Sargeaunt

... ravage affreux qu'etale ici la peste L'absence aux vrais amans est encore plus funeste. The following from his Otho are equally well known: Dis moi donc, lorsqu' Othon s'est offert a Camille, A-t-il paru contraint? a-t-elle ete facile? Son hommage aupres d'elle a-t-il eu plein effet? Comment l'a-t-elle pris, et comment l'a-t-il fait? Where it is almost inconceivable, that the poet could have failed to see the application which might be made of the passage, especially as he allows the confidant ...
— Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature • August Wilhelm Schlegel

... short, yet from shame to sustain resentment, I was compelled to hold out a finger: he took it with a look of great gratitude, and very reverently touching the tip of my glove with his lip, instantly let it go, and very solemnly said, "Soyez sr que je n'ai jamais eu la moindre ide de vous offenser." and then he thanked me again for his licence, ...
— The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 2 • Madame D'Arblay

... eu d'autant plus de regret, Monsieur, du retard qu'a eprouve l'execution de la medaille qui m'a ete destinee par le gouvernement des Etats-Unis, que j'ai appris qu'il etait du a des causes qui ont du vous contrarier. J'espere ...
— The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876 • J. F. Loubat

... ye most take thys for a general enformacion and instruccion that certanli losyng eu'more stand upright ... and so withowte dowte we have the differans of the foresayd signes, that is to wete ...
— Notes and Queries, Number 210, November 5, 1853 • Various

... as I did then. I can see the rim of the sinking sun burning fiery red low down between the trees on the left, and then suddenly dropping out of sight. I can see on the right the lustre of the high-tide sea. I can hear the 'che-eu-chew, che-eu-chew.' of the wood-pigeons in Graylingham Wood. I can smell the very scent of the bean flowers drinking in the evening dews. I did not feel that I was going home as the sharp gables of the Hall gleamed through the chestnut-trees. My home ...
— Aylwin • Theodore Watts-Dunton

... inoffensive, I give them for reference till we find prettier ones; altering only the Calcarea, because we could not have a 'Chalk Juliet,' and two varieties of the Regina, changed for reason good—her name, according to the last modern refinements of grace and ease in pronunciation, being Eu-vularis, var. genuina! My readers may more happily remember her and ...
— Proserpina, Volume 2 - Studies Of Wayside Flowers • John Ruskin

... grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, now sprung up around him in vast numbers. The King's grandson, the Prince Royal, married to a Princess of the house of Schlippen-Schloppen, was the father of fourteen children, all handsomely endowed with pensions by the State. His brother, the Count D'Eu, was similarly blessed with a multitudinous offspring. The Duke of Nemours had no children; but the Princes of Joinville, Aumale, and Montpensier (married to the Princesses Januaria and Februaria, of Brazil, and the Princess of the United States of America, erected into a monarchy, 4th ...
— Burlesques • William Makepeace Thackeray

... Ath'ens At'ropos Bac'chus Bos'phorus Cadme'ia Cad'mus Cal'ydon Cau'casus Ce'crops Cer'cyon Ce'res Chei'ron Clo'tho Coro'nis Cran'ae Crete Cyclo'pes Cy'prus Dae'dalus Dan'ae Daph'ne De'los Del'phi Deuca'lion Dian'a E'gypt Eleu'sis Epime'theus (thus) Euro'pa Eu'rope Gor'gons Greece Ha'des Haermo'nia He'lios Hel'las Hel'len Hel'lenes Her'cules Ica'rian Sea Ic'arus I'o Iol'cus Ju'no Ju'piter Lab'yrinth Lach'esis Le'to Mars Mede'a Medu'sa Meg'ara Meila'nion Melea'ger Mer'cury Miner'va ...
— Old Greek Stories • James Baldwin

... diphthongs are in common use, viz.: oi, oy, ou, ow, ae, ai, au, aw, ay, ea, ei, eo, eu, ew, ey, ia, ie, oa, oe, ua, ue, ui; as in toil, boy, round, plow, seal, coal, head, sail, say, aught, yeoman. Of these, oi, oy, ou, and ow are generally proper diphthongs; though sometimes ou and ow are improper, as in famous, where o is silent, ...
— McGuffey's Eclectic Spelling Book • W. H. McGuffey

... geiriau anarferedig wedi eu gadael allan, eto y mae yn cynwys pob gair sydd mewn arferiad ...
— A Pocket Dictionary - Welsh-English • William Richards

... I can now in some degree picture to myself the plants of your Alpine summits. The new edition of your Manual is CAPITAL news for me. I know from your preface how pressed you are for room, but it would take no space to append (Eu) in brackets to any European plant, and, as far as I am concerned, this would answer every purpose. (This suggestion Dr. Gray adopted in subsequent editions.) From my own experience, whilst making out English plants in our ...
— The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume I • Francis Darwin

... 'etaient bien diverses. Les uns avaient la fiert'e dans le regard, les autres portaient la honte au front. Les deux trafiquants achetaient des 'ames pour le d'emon. L''ame d'un vieillard valait vingt pi'eces d'or, pas un penny de plus; car Satan avait eu le temps d'y former hypoth'eque. L''ame d'une 'pouse en valait cinquante quand elle 'etait jolie, ou cent quand elle 'etait laide. L''Ame d'une jeune fille se payait des prix fous: les fleurs les plus belles et les plus pures sont ...
— The Countess Cathleen • William Butler Yeats

... eu'ry cubit Seemes to cry out, how shall that Claribell Measure vs backe to Naples? keepe in Tunis, And let Sebastian wake. Say, this were death That now hath seiz'd them, why they were no worse Then now they ...
— The First Folio [35 Plays] • William Shakespeare

... au milieu d'une touffe de thym, Sa pierre funeraire est fraichement posee. Que d'hommes n'ont pas eu ce ...
— Books and Habits from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn • Lafcadio Hearn

... Baron Anselm de Rothschild, who had been with the King at Eu, told Sir Moses that the Pasha had refused to give up the Turkish fleet, and the King would not compel him. Sir Moses called on Mr Bulwer, who informed him that the King would probably be in Paris in five or six days, and wished Sir Moses to remain there, so as to be ...
— Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I • Sir Moses Montefiore

... A'tim knew of many muskegs where a stupid, heavy-footed Bull might be mired; also, there was the poison plant, the Death Flower of the Monkshood. He could persuade the stupid Shag to eat of it, and in an hour the Bull would die—puffed up like a Cow's udder; it would not hurt the flesh. Eu-h-h! there were many ways. Shag's company was good—he was weary of being alone; it was dreadful to be an Outcast; but rather than starve to death—well, he would ...
— The Outcasts • W. A. Fraser

... again. "Of course he's had Tiff'ny rub it up. Ain't you ever heard of ancestral jewels, Mrs. Spragg? In the Eu-ropean aristocracy they never go out and BUY engagement-rings; and Undine's marrying into ...
— The Custom of the Country • Edith Wharton

... "MONSIEUR: J'ai eu l'honneur de recevoir votre office du 6 du passe, par lequel vous avez exprime le desir que la medaille instituee par feu le Roi Frederic VI., en recompense de la decouverte de cometes telescopiques, fut accordee a Mlle. Maria Mitchell, ...
— Maria Mitchell: Life, Letters, and Journals • Maria Mitchell

... eu] bene, and [Greek: arithmos] numera: it signifies Proportion; it's taken in its general signification in Architecture; for in its particular signification it signifies the true measure that is observed ...
— An Abridgment of the Architecture of Vitruvius - Containing a System of the Whole Works of that Author • Vitruvius

... l'on croie toutes les choses que j'ecrirai, que meme je pretends en proposer ici quelques unes que je crois absolument etre fausses; a savoir, je ne doute point quo le monde n'ait ete cree au commencement avec autant de perfection qu'il eu a; en sorte que le soleil, la terre, la lune, et les etoiles ont ete des lors; et que la terre n'a pas eu seulement en soi les semences des plantes, mais que les plantes meme en ont couvert une partie; et qu' Adam et Eve n'ont pas ete crees enfans mais en age d'hommes parfaits. La ...
— Darwiniana • Thomas Henry Huxley

... as was impending. It seemed better to the English leaders to conduct their prisoner to a safer place, to the depths of Normandy where they were most strong. They seem to have carried her away in the end of the year, travelling slowly along the coast, and reaching Rouen by way of Eu and Dieppe, as far away as possible from any risk of rescue. She arrived in Rouen in the beginning of the year 1431, having thus been already for nearly eight months in close custody. But there were no further ministrations ...
— Jeanne d'Arc - Her Life And Death • Mrs.(Margaret) Oliphant

... savez comment j'ai connu Fleeming Jenkin! C'etait en Mai 1878. Nous etions tous deux membres du jury de l'Exposition Universelle. On n'avait rien fait qui vaille a la premiere seance de notre classe, qui avait eu lieu le matin. Tout le monde avait parle et reparle pour ne rien dire. Cela durait depuis huit heures; il etait midi. Je demandai la parole pour une motion d'ordre, et je proposal que la seance fut levee a la condition ...
— The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 9 • Robert Louis Stevenson

... out in his name the punishment of his enemies. But many tumults, murders, and conflagrations occurred in the city, and the country in general soon perceived the real nature of their doings. It was known that the Orleanist forces were marching against the city. The Count d'Eu had left Paris and returned to his estates, where he raised two thousand men-at-arms and marched to Verneuil, where the Dukes of Orleans, Brittany, and Bourbon were assembled, with a number of great lords, among whom were the Counts of Vettus and D'Alencon, the king's sons. The former had ...
— At Agincourt • G. A. Henty

... (1604-1669) was born at Eu, in Normandy, and was the son of a carpenter, who taught his son to carve in wood at an early age. When still quite young Francois went to Paris to study, and later to Rome. He became one of the first artists of his time in France, and ...
— A History of Art for Beginners and Students - Painting, Sculpture, Architecture • Clara Erskine Clement

... King abdicated in favor of the Count of Paris, and fled. The Count of Paris was taken by his mother to the Chamber—the people broke in; too late—not enough:—a republic—an appeal to the people. The royal family escaped to all parts, Belgium, Eu, England: a Provisional ...
— A Writer's Recollections (In Two Volumes), Volume I • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... Eu un Da' ei u aa an oo. By oo eeeeyee aa Vaullee, Vaullee, Vaullee, Vaullee, Vaullee om is igh eeaa ...
— Hard Cash • Charles Reade

... admire the beauty of the Creator's workmanship; I am charmed with the wild but graceful eccentricity of their motions, and—wish them good night. I mean this with respect to a certain passion dont j'ai eu l'honneur d'etre un miserable esclave: as for friendship, you and Charlotte have given me pleasure, permanent pleasure, "which the world cannot give, nor take away," I hope; and which will outlast the heavens ...
— The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence. • Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham

... afraid you'll find my play very long; when my poor father began cutting it, he looked ruefully at it, and said, "There's plenty of it, Fan," to which my reply is Madame de Sevigne's, "Si j'eusse eu plus de temps, je ne t'aurais pas ecrit si longuement." Dear H——, if you knew how I thought of you, and the fresh, sweet mayflowers with which we filled our baskets at Heath Farm, while I lay parched and full of pain and fever ...
— Records of a Girlhood • Frances Anne Kemble

... sixpence to know who is gone to Compiegne, and when they come back, or who won and lost four livres at quadrille last night at Mr. Cockbert's?—No, but you may tell him what you have heard of Compiegne; that they have balls twice a week after the play, and that the Count d'Eu gave the king a most flaring entertainment in the camp, where the Polygone was represented in flowering shrubs. Dear West, these are the things I must tell you; I don't know how to make 'em look significant, unless you will be a Rhemois for a little moment.(167) ...
— The Letters of Horace Walpole, Volume 1 • Horace Walpole

... donc que j'aie eu des ennemis bien cruels au Camp! Avaient-ils soif de mon sang, ou etaient-ils de mercenaires? Voila bien un secret, et je donnerai de coeur ma vie pour le percer. Dieu leur pardonne, moi, je le voudrais bien! mais je ...
— The Eureka Stockade • Carboni Raffaello

... wq xq yq zq I ar br cr dr er fr gr hr ir jr kr lr mr nr or pr qr rr sr tr ur vr wr xr yr zr J as bs cs ds es fs gs hs is js ks ls ms ns os ps qs rs ss ts us vs ws xs ys zs K at bt ct dt et ft gt ht it jt kt lt mt nt ot pt qt rt st tt ut vt wt xt yt zt L au bu cu du eu fu gu hu iu ju ku lu mu nu ou pu qu ru su tu uu vu wu xu yu zu M av bv cv dv ev fv gv hv iv jv kv lv mv nv ov pv qv rv sv tv uv vv wv xv yv zv N aw bw cw dw ew fw gw hw iw jw kw lw mw nw ow pw qw rw sw tw ...
— The Treasure-Train • Arthur B. Reeve

... par de larges fentes comblees, aboutissantes au filon principale. Ils font de meme calcaires et marins faits par couches; mais ces couches ont une si grande inclinaison, que je ne puis les comprendre: il faut qu'il y ait eu d'etranges bouleversemens ...
— Theory of the Earth, Volume 1 (of 4) • James Hutton

... de damnation. Tout en disant ainsi, je jette ma pierre d'une main tremblante, et avec un horrible battement de coeur, mais si heureusement qu'elle va frapper au beau-milieu de l'arbre: ce qui vritablement n'toit pas difficile: car j'avois eu soin de le choisir fort gros et fort prs. Depuis lors je n'ai plus doubt de mon salut. Je ne sais, en me rappelant ce trait, si je dois rire ou gmir sur moimme.'—Les ...
— Narrative And Miscellaneous Papers • Thomas De Quincey

... turn the siege into a blockade, in hopes that the great numbers of the garrison and citizens, which had enabled them to defend themselves against his attacks, would but expose them to be the more easily reduced by famine.[*] The count of Eu, who commanded in Tournay, as soon as he perceived that the English had formed this plan of operations endeavored to save his provisions by expelling all the useless mouths; and the duke of Brabant, who wished no success ...
— The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.I., Part B. - From Henry III. to Richard III. • David Hume



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