Distinguish well between the labors of the bee and of the spider: the one converts her nourishment into sweetness useful for the living and the dead, while the other changes it into snare and venom. Do thou gather the flowers of virtue ...
Author: Venerable Mary of Agreda
Publisher: Aeterna Press
VENERABLE MARY OF AGREDA COLLECTION [2 BOOKS] Mary of Jesus of Ágreda, also known as the Abbess of Ágreda, was a Franciscan abbess and spiritual writer, known especially for her extensive correspondence with King Philip IV of Spain and reports of her bilocation between Spain and its colonies in New Spain (now New Mexico and Texas). She was a noted mystic of her era. A member of the Order of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Conceptionists, Mary of Jesus wrote fourteen books, including a series of revelations about the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Her bilocation activity is said to have occurred between her cloistered monastery in rural Spain and the Jumano Indians of central New Mexico and West Texas, and inspired many Franciscan missionaries in the New World. In popular culture since the 17th century, she has been dubbed the Lady in Blue and the Blue Nun, after the color of her order's habit. —BOOKS— THE MYSTICAL CITY OF GOD: COMPLETE EDITION THE MYSTICAL CITY OF GOD: POPULAR ABRIDGEMENT PUBLISHER: AETERNA PRESS
... and that is when they set before thee all thy good deeds and virtues, and tell thee that all men praise thee and ... that proffereth thee to drink venom tempered with honey, and therefore refuse it, and say thou wilt have none of it ...
Hen. VIII. V. 5 Fair virtues all, To which the Grecians are most prompt Troi. and Cres. iv. 4 Fair visage. There's more in't than fair visage - - Hen. VIII. iii 2 Fair volume. And what obscured in this fair volume ...
Author: John Bartlett
Category: Literary Criticism
A complete concordance or verbal index to words, phrases and passages in the dramatic works of Shakespeare. There is also a supplementary concordance to the poems. This is an essential reference work for all students and readers of Shakespeare.
The Cabling is sweet green , and peftilential fevers . ... The root of the Dilao , which is and green stripes . id like ginger , has an admirable virtue for Medicinal As for ... 2 a LI . draughts of them , so exactly to 438 BOOK II .
Being a Collection of Documents, for the Most Part Never Before Printed, Illustrating the History of Science in this Country Before the Norman Conquest Thomas Oswald ... occasion , and erysipelatous eruptions , and immoderate Book II .
The Talo is alfo an odoriferous herb , and more fragrant than the Calaton - don , of which they make sweet water . The Sarafa or Oja de S. Juan is fightly , and has ... There is alfo the herb del Sapo , and many others of great virtue .
Richard II . iv 1 He hath a lauly , wiser , fairer , truer , Than ever Greek did compass in Fair state . ... in a glass Lear iii 2 35 Away , and mock the time with fairest show Macbeth i 7 8 A fine woman ! a fair woman ! a sweet woman !
Author: Thomas Oswald CockaynePublish On: 2012-11-15
occasion, and erysipelatous eruptions, and immoderate Book II. desires for meat, and immense want of appetite, ... the meats be given them which have the virtue of cooling and strengthening, such as be apples, by no means too sweet, ...
Author: Thomas Oswald Cockayne
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A fascinating collection of texts, mostly in Old English with translations, revealing early medieval British understandings of medicine and astrology.
Il'ites ii ? Fair time of day . " All hail , sweet madam , and fair time of day ! - Fair ' I'll rent the fairest ... The only soil of his fair virtue's gloss L. L. Lost ii i 47 But upon the fairest boughs , Or at every sentence end ...
Sirocco's work , seen , shows that thou hast virtues rich and rare . 2. ... 2. Sweet is the balm that now thy pain assuages . 3. Dear is the heart that now for thee is beating . 4. ... Deadly is the venom of human snakes for thee 8.
Author: Paschal B. Randolph
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reprint of the original, first published in 1871. The publishing house Anatiposi publishes historical books as reprints. Due to their age, these books may have missing pages or inferior quality. Our aim is to preserve these books and make them available to the public so that they do not get lost.