agora amiga antient Armada Armade arms bear Behold boast boon bosom brave Calecut Cananor Canto IV Cat'ual command dare deed divine doom doth drave dread e'en e'er Earth ev'ery eyne fain fair Fame favour fear feats feito fere fierce fight fire Fleet foes force gain Gama gen'erous gente Gentoo Gestes glad Goddess golden hand Haruspices hath heart Heathenry Heav'en hight hold Holy Honour host Isle King land lief Lusian Lusitanian Lusus Malabar man-at-arms mighty Monsayde Moor Moorish Moorman mortal Mouro mundo não ne'er neath noble nought Nymphs o'er Ocean Pedro peito plotting novel Portingalls Portuguez pow'er prize race realms Red Sea reign Samorim See'st shalt shore sight Sire slain sore sprite Stanza Tagus tane Tethys thee thou thousand tide toils twain twas valour Venus vida vile Viriatus waves wend wherewith
Page 396 - View Extreme Suez where, old Annals say, 98 once stood the city hight Hero'opolis ; by some Arsin'oe called, and in our day she holdeth Egypt's fleets and argosies : Behold the watery depths, where clove his way Moses the mighty in past centuries : Asia beginneth here her huge extent in regions, kingdoms, empires opulent. " See Sinai mountain,1 with her boast and pride 99 the silver bier of saintly Catherine : See Toro-port and...
Page 403 - Thome* ! thy fate, 118 wept thee whatever lands thy foot had trod • yet weep thee more the souls in blissful state thou led'st to don the robes of Holy Rood. But Angels waiting at the Par'adise-gate meet thee with smiling faces, hymning God. We pray thee, pray that still vouchsafe thy Lord unto thy Lusians His good aid afford.
Page 268 - ... Brahmins are their ghostly race, 40 time-honour'd title of high eminence : His far-famed precepts, eke, they still embrace who first to Science lent a modest sense :l A living thing to kill they hold as base, such be from ev;ery flesh their abstinence : Only in joys venereal their delight hath more of licence and a laxer rite. " Common the women are, although confine'd 4 1 to those belonging to their husbands' blood : Happy condition ! happy humankind, who over jealous wrongs may never brood...
Page 398 - But now the Narrows and their noted head Cape Jask, Carpella called by those of yore, quit we, the dry terrene scant favoured by Nature niggard of her normal store. . . .
Page 397 - Ar'aby, cov'ering so much ground, 100 where tawny peoples vague o'er vasty space ; whence come the Rabytes,1 best for battle found, light-limbed, high-fettled, noble-blooded race. Behold the coast that trends to bind and bound yon other Persian Strait, where sight can trace the Headland proud the potent name to own of Fartak-city, erst to Fame well-known. " Behold insign Dofar that doth command • 101 for Christian altars sweetest incense-store...
Page 367 - twixt Calecut and Cananor, two hostile peoples linkt at War's demand, by sea the Moormen come, Ge'ntoos by land. 1
Page 407 - This Realm, half-shadowed, China's empery afar reflecting, whither ships are bound, is the Japan, whose virgin silver mine shall shine still sheenier with the Law 'Divine.
Page 434 - Pelo ar a cabeça lhe voou, Inda contando a historia de seus feitos : Pedro, do negro sangue que esguichou, Foi todo salpicado, rosto e peitos ; Justa vingança do que em vida usou.
Page 409 - See in Ceylon that Peak so stark, so gaunt, Shooting high o'er the clouds or mocking sight : The native peoples hold it sacrosanct For the famed Stone where print of foot is pight.