The bulls have been tamed and yoked; the field has been plowed; the dragon's teeth have been sown broadcast
, and harrowed into the soil; the crop of armed warriors have sprung up, and they have slain one another, to the last man.
Set up in rows--stacked up in piles--scattered broadcast
over the wide area of the Acropolis-- were hundreds of crippled statues of all sizes and of the most exquisite workmanship; and vast fragments of marble that once belonged to the entablatures, covered with bas-reliefs representing battles and sieges, ships of war with three and four tiers of oars, pageants and processions --every thing one could think of.
Then he happened on a job to translate the advertisements of patent medicines which were sent broadcast
to the medical profession in England.
The work was of the same character as that which he had just been engaged on, but with the greater directness which surgery has than medicine; and a larger proportion of the patients suffered from those two diseases which a supine public allows, in its prudishness, to be spread broadcast
However, as certain men have fertile, false, and useful vices, Fouquet, in scattering broadcast
millions of money in the construction of this palace, had found a means of gathering, as the result of his generous profusion, three illustrious men together: Levau, the architect of the building; Lenotre, the designer of the gardens; and Lebrun, the decorator of the apartments.
The design of them was hastily copied and printed in Pinkerville and scattered broadcast
over the United States and copies were sent to Europe, and there reproduced.
A picture has been presented to-day which should be put upon canvas with the pictures of Washington and Lincoln, and transmitted to future time and generations--a picture which the press of the country should spread broadcast
over the land, a most dramatic picture, and that picture is this: The President of the United States standing on this platform; on one side the Governor of Alabama, on the other, completing the trinity, a representative of a race only a few years ago in bondage, the coloured President of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
These parties were of the collecting hordes of the Waziri and their allies which Basuli had scattered his messengers broadcast
The air was filled with dust and flying bits of vegetation and when the storm carried her across an irrigated area of farm land she saw great trees and stone walls and buildings lifted high in air and scattered broadcast
over the devastated country; and then she was carried swiftly on to other sights that forced in upon her consciousness a rapidly growing conviction that after all Tara of Helium was a very small and insignificant and helpless person.
Such a fortune was a stake, and was not to be sown on bar-room floors, literally sown, flung broadcast
out of the moosehide sacks by drunken millionaires who had lost all sense of proportion.
His photographs were published broadcast
, and special writers exploited his strong, bronzed face, his scars, his heavy shoulders, his clear, quiet eyes, and the slight hollows in his cheeks like an ascetic's.
He began to roar a song and stamp back and forth before the foot-lights, wildly waving a glossy silk hat and throwing leers, or smiles, broadcast
Cultivated plains soon appear, where are united all the productions of the northern and tropical floras, terminating in prairies abounding with pineapples and yams, tobacco, rice, cotton-plants, and sugar-canes, which extend beyond reach of sight, flinging their riches broadcast
with careless prodigality.
Therefore, gentlemen, the word ELECTION, to my thinking, is in a fair way to cause as much mischief as the words CONSCIENCE and LIBERTY, which ill-defined and ill-understood, were flung broadcast
among the people, to serve as watchwords of revolt and incitements to destruction.
We should really be fed and cheered if when we met a man we were sure to see that some of the qualities which I have named, which we all prize more than those other productions, but which are for the most part broadcast
and floating in the air, had taken root and grown in him.