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Abulcasis Antoine Archbishop Archbishop of Lyons asked Aucassin Averroes bade Barbe-Noire Baron bedside Bishop bless brave bridge castle Cceur-Blanc Chapter child Chilperic Christmas church Count of Forez court-yard Cross of Malta dare daughter dear door elixir errand face Father John Father William Felicie Felicie's fellow fool's errand girl give gone groom Gualtier hand heart hill Holy horse hour instant Jean Gravier Jean Waldo John of Lugio Joseph's tomb knew Lady looked Lord love of Christ Lyons Madame Gabrielle Mark of Seyssel master Meximieux Miribel Montferrand mother mountains mounted never Nicolette night passed perhaps Peter Waldo Pierre Waldo poor pretty priest Prinhac reply Reverence ride rider road rode saddle Saladin Saracens seemed sent story tavern tell thing thought took troubadour turned valley Viguier waiting weaver whispered wine wonder words wretched Ydros young
Page 288 - Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me, and I will give thee the heathen for thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession.
Page 130 - ... wandered about in sheepskins and goatskins, being destitute, 1 Homer, Iliad, xvi. 234, etc. Boos vii.] OBIGEN AGAINST CELSUS. 431 afflicted, tormented ; they wandered in deserts and in mountains, and in dens and caves of the earth, of whom the world was not worthy...
Page 181 - I knew was, that my master woke me in the dead of the dark, and asked me 'for the love of Christ ' to bring to you this message. Forgive me, Father, but if he had asked me to do it for love of Mademoiselle Fe'licie, I should have done it as willingly." " Hast thou done it unto one of the least of these, thou hast done it unto me ! " Such was the half answer of the priest, which, perhaps, the crippled weaver understood. " I must not stay, my good fellow ; if I am to be of any use, I must go. I shall...
Page ii - STORIES OF WAR, Told by Soldiers. STORIES OF THE SEA, Told by Sailors. STORIES OF ADVENTURE, Told by Adventurers. STORIES OF DISCOVERY, Told by Discoverers* STORIES OF INVENTION, Told by Inventors.
Page 227 - Nicolete, biax esters, biax venir et biax alers, biax deduis et dous parlers, biax borders et biax jouers, biax baisiers, biax acolers por vos sui si adoles et si malement menÚs que je n'en cuit vis aler, suer douce amie.
Page 217 - And never should you enter into paradise.' " ' Into paradise ? ' repeated Aucassin, angrily. ' And what have I to do there ? I do not care to go there if it be not with Nicolette, my sweetest darling, whom I love so much. " ' Into paradise ! And do you know who those are that go there, you who think it...
Page 14 - And so she tripped down, thinking to herself as she went that everybody and every thing did love her, which was very true ; thinking that for her, indeed, God's kingdom seemed to have come, and His will to be done on earth as it was in heaven. And the shadow, if it may be called a shadow, of the horrors depicted in the church of St. Thomas was all swept away. Down she tripped again by the open church, and one after another beggar at the door blessed her as she said,