, placed one over against another, and taking the voice by catches, anthem-wise, give great pleasure.
URIEL, for thou of those seav'n Spirits that stand In sight of God's high Throne, gloriously bright, The first art wont his great authentic will Interpreter through highest Heav'n to bring, Where all his Sons thy Embassie attend; And here art likeliest by supream decree Like honour to obtain, and as his Eye To visit oft this new Creation round; Unspeakable desire to see, and know All these his wondrous works, but chiefly Man, His chief delight and favour, him for whom All these his works so wondrous he ordaind, Hath brought me from the Quires of Cherubim Alone thus wandring.
He ask'd, but all the Heav'nly Quire stood mute, And silence was in Heav'n: on mans behalf Patron or Intercessor none appeerd, Much less that durst upon his own head draw The deadly forfeiture, and ransom set.
We have shed much ink in vain, and wasted quires
, that might possibly have been better employed, if it be necessary now to tell the reader that few of the foregoing movements escaped the observation of the experienced trapper.
The Count walked to a writing-table near the window, opened his desk, and took from it several quires
of paper and a bundle of quill pens.
So Little John clambered awkwardly into the quire
, his short gown fluttering gaily; and he called the banns for the marriage of the maid and Allan-a-Dale once, twice, and thrice.
At thy nativity a glorious quire
Of Angels, in the fields of Bethlehem, sung To shepherds, watching at their folds by night, And told them the Messiah now was born, Where they might see him; and to thee they came, Directed to the manger where thou lay'st; For in the inn was left no better room.
For tradition seems correct in naming this monarch as the author of a pretty poem, 'The King's Quair' ('The King's Quire
,' that is Book), which relates in a medieval dream allegory of fourteen hundred lines how the captive author sees and falls in love with a lady whom in the end Fortune promises to bestow upon him.
Then I saw that the quotation marks wouldn't do, so I snipped them off, and to make it seem likelier, snipped the whole quire
Tamoszius had tried to explain to Jurgis what it was all about, but Jurgis, who was not of an imaginative turn, had never quire
got it straight; at present he was content with his companion's explanation that the Socialists were the enemies of American institutions--could not be bought, and would not combine or make any sort of a "dicker.
1)Madarpat Cotton cloth,Office Noting File,Calculator 12 Digit,Register 3 Quires
,GTU Letter Pad,Rubber Band 6 inch (500 gm x 1 Pkt),Yellow Cloth duster,Registry Cover (Printed) Green,Register 4 Quires
(RED),Scale Stainless Steel/ 30 cm ,Write On-Removable
Just to provide a sense of some of the difficulties, Sloane 2275 is the only manuscript I have ever examined (although I should not claim that it is unique, only "rare" in a late-medieval English context) where catchwords have been imposed regularly only on the first leaves of quires
and thus "run backward.