1) LV. Cellini, Benvenuto. 1909-14. Autobiography. The Harvard Classics |
...I HAD got all the above-mentioned things in order, and was making vigorous preparations for my great undertakingindeed a portion of the lime had been already usedwhen...
2) Nights 3-9. The Story of the Envious Wezir and the Prince and the Ghuleh.
1909-14. Stories from the Thousand and One Nights. The Harvard Classics
...THE KING above mentioned had a son who was ardently fond of the chase; and he had a Wezir whom he charged to be always with his son wherever he went. One day the...
3) Part IV. Descartes, René. 1909-14. Discourse on Method. The Harvard
...I AM in doubt as to the propriety of making my first meditations in the place above mentioned matter of discourse; for these are so metaphysical, and so uncommon,...
4) Some Thoughts Concerning Education. Sections 181-190. Locke, John. 1909-14.
Some Thoughts Concerning Education. The Harvard Classics
... § 181. When he has once got such an acquaintance with the globes, as is above mentioned, he may be fit to be tried in a little geometry; wherein I think the first...
5) IX. Being of a Much More Tempestuous Kind Than the Former. Book VI.
Fielding, Henry. 1917. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. Vols. I & II.
Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...during their tender interview. 1 Soon after Jones had left Mr. Western in the manner above mentioned, his sister came to him, and was presently informed of all that...
6) §9. "Erkenwald," etc.. XV. "Pearl, Cleanness, Patience and Sir Gawayne".
Vol. 1. From the Beginnings to the Cycles of Romance. The Cambridge History
of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.
...author of Cleanness and Patience than any other of the alliterative poems grouped in the above-mentioned list. It tells, in lines written either by this author himself...
7) The Way of Purity. II. The Doctrine. Translated from the Visuddhi-Magga
(chap. i.). 1909-14. Buddhist Writings. The Harvard Classics
...in a former existence. 2 The strenuous and the able priest. Perseveringly by means of the above-mentioned heroism, and intelligently through the force of his wisdom,...
8) §6. "The Fox and the Wolf". XVII. Later Transition English. Vol. 1. From
the Beginnings to the Cycles of Romance. The Cambridge History of English
and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 1907–21
...to point the moral of his sermons; and a short fabliau of about the same period as those above mentioned is extant; but this is about all. In The Fox and the Wolf...
9) 116. Priority. Mawson, C.O. Sylvester. 1922. Roget s International
Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases
...aforesighted, aforementioned, aforethought, fore [obs.], foregoing; before-mentioned, above-mentioned; aforesaid, said; introductory (precursory) [See Precursor];...
10) §12. "Roderick the last of the Goths". VIII. Southey. Vol. 11. The Period
of the French Revolution. The Cambridge History of English and American
Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes. 1907–21
...Goths and is probably the best of his blank verse epics, but does not quite escape the curse above mentioned. The Poet s Pilgrimage to Waterloo is not in blank verse;...