It was marvellous
to observe how the ghosts of bygone meals were continually rising up before him -- not in anger or retribution, but as if grateful for his former appreciation, and seeking to repudiate an endless series of enjoyment.
This story was immediately matched by a thrice marvellous
adventure of Brom Bones, who made light of the Galloping Hessian as an arrant jockey.
The world is wide, and has many marvellous
people in it.
In her agitation and sudden movement the silk with which she had covered her face fell off and disclosed a countenance of incomparable and marvellous
beauty, but pale and terrified; for she kept turning her eyes, everywhere she could direct her gaze, with an eagerness that made her look as if she had lost her senses, and so marked that it excited the pity of Dorothea and all who beheld her, though they knew not what caused it.
The eccentric gentleman had throughout displayed all his marvellous
qualities of coolness and exactitude.
In his Reversals of the Situation, however, he shows a marvellous
skill in the effort to hit the popular taste,--to produce a tragic effect that satisfies the moral sense.
They have a marvellous
edifice of that pattern which endures for ever--the ant-heap.
All this is very extraordinary," said Chateau-Renaud; "still, what I admire the most, I confess, is the marvellous
promptitude with which your orders are executed.
A simple soul -- simple as when his mother first taught him the old prophecy-- he beheld the marvellous
features beaming adown the valley, and still wondered that their human counterpart was so long in making his appearance.
He had just come out of the marvellous
Tweed, a ship, I have heard, heavy to look at but of phenomenal speed.
whiteness of the teeth is to be ascribed to the pure vegetable diet of these people, and the uninterrupted healthfulness of their natural mode of life.
No rays from the holy heaven come down On the long night-time of that town; But light from out the lurid sea Streams up the turrets silently - Gleams up the pinnacles far and free - Up domes - up spires - up kingly halls - Up fanes - up Babylon-like walls - Up shadowy long-forgotten bowers Of scultured ivy and stone flowers - Up many and many a marvellous
shrine Whose wreathed friezes intertwine The viol, the violet, and the vine.
It is easy to comprehend that the balloon --that marvellous
vehicle which was to convey him through the air--was the constant object of his solicitude.
For it is thus that people have been in the habit of proceeding with the marvellous
churches of the Middle Ages for the last two hundred years.
Dear little Swallow," said the Prince, "you tell me of marvellous
things, but more marvellous
than anything is the suffering of men and of women.