Publications, Volume 44

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Page 164 - Of old. Heaven and Earth were not yet separated, and the In and Yo not yet divided. They formed a chaotic mass like an egg which was of obscurely defined limits and contained germs. The purer and clearer part was thinly drawn out, and formed heaven, while the heavier and grosser element settled down and became Earth.
Page 159 - Tar-Baby widout waitin' fer enny invite,' sez Brer Fox, sezee, 'en dar you is, en dar you'll stay twel I fixes up a bresh-pile and fires her up, kaze I'm gwineter bobbycue you dis day, sho,' sez Brer Fox, sezee. "Den Brer Rabbit talk mighty 'umble. "'I don't keer w'at you do wid me, Brer Fox,' sezee, 'so you don't fling me in dat brier-patch.
Page 13 - It is a noteworthy trait, and one which deserves high commendation, that every care and consideration are paid by all classes to the very young, the weak, the aged, and the helpless, and these being made special objects of interest and attention, invariably fare better in regard to the comforts and necessaries of daily life than any of the otherwise more fortunate members of the community.
Page 202 - Paracelsus reckons up many places in Germany, where they do usually walk in little coats some two foot long. A bigger kind there is of them, called with us Hobgoblins, and Robin Goodfellows, that would in those superstitious times grind corn for a mess of milk, cut wood, or do any manner of drudgery work.
Page 171 - The term kami is applied in the first place to the various deities of Heaven and Earth who are mentioned in the ancient records, as well as to their spirits which reside in the shrines where they are worshipped.
Page 307 - Tonng, 38, West Smithfield, EC Tabor, C., Esq., The White House, Knotts Green, Leyton. Tate Library, University College, Liverpool, care of J. Sampson, Esq. Tayler, Miss Constance, 29, Kensington Gate, W. Taylor Institution, Oxford, per Parker and Co., 6, Southampton Street.
Page 165 - Sun." (By smaller palace is meant the palace of a prince.) Now at first when Sosa no wo no Mikoto went up to Heaven, by reason of the fierceness of his divine nature there was a commotion in the sea, and the hills and mountains groaned aloud. Ama-terasu no Oho-kami, knowing the violence and wickedness of this Deity, was startled and changed countenance, when she heard the manner of his coming. She said (to herself) : — " Is my younger brother coming with good intentions ? I think it must be his...

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