The Baie or Laurell tree commeth oftentimes to the height of a tree of a meane bignesse; it is full of boughes, couered with a greene barke: the leaues thereof are long, broad, hard, of colour greene, sweetely smelling, and in taste somewhat bitter: the flowers alongst
the boughes and leaues are of a greene colour: the berries are more long then round, and be couered with a blacke rinde or pill; the kernell within is clouen into two parts, like that of the Peach and Almond, and other such, [it is] of a browne yellowish colour, sweete of smell, in taste somewhat bitter, with a little sharpe or biting qualitie.
faddomes, to make it the better : and so stood alongst
After they have argued and fought at a tennis game, Robert emerges 'bloody and disgusting' (25), and George and his friends see him as an 'unaccountable monster', who 'actually tried to get in alongst
with them' (25) and to ruin their camaraderie with his lurid, disfigured form.
ARGON 17 fixer refix BARIUM 18 jetsam matjes BORON 16 heder, 17 fifes CAESIUM 16 quicky's (OED, possessive form of quicky) CARBON 17 freits refits resift rifest sifter strife CERIUM 10 embows ERBIUM 10 belows blowse bowels elbows GOLD 1 hemp, 8 lowt, 20 faix, 23 dali dial laid HAFNIUM 6 alongst
HELIUM 6 Akrons (places called Akron, RHD), 10 vowers IRON 23 folk* LEAD 8 milt, 11 plow, 15 apts past pats spat stap taps NEON 13 arba* Arab (W3), 16 dude dued* OXYGEN 16 unowed RADON 5 swift SILVER 9 unbare unbear urbane, 13 verify SODIUM 16 tickey SULPHUR 23 primero* TERBIUM 10 blowsed TIN 11 tye yet, 17 zek XENON 1 poofy, 4 birrs, 13 kabar, 16 nuded* (OED) ZINC 5 hens nesh, 13 vamp, 18 frau
It was: A brief remembrance of sundry foreign regions, discovered, inhabited, and partly conquered by the subjects of this British monarchy: And so your lawful title (Our most gracious Sovereign Queen Elizabeth) for the due claim, and just recovery of the same disclosed; which (in effect) is a title royal to all the coasts, and islands beginning at or about Terra Florida, and so alongst
, or near unto Atlantis, going Northerly and then to all the most northern islands great and small.