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S^i^g nxTb bur^ eine SiegtntgSfonn bed Beütoorte«, ndtnOifi eine 
{niinlit^ BÄtfonn beffdben (Terbam finitam) gm 8nf(^(unm0 geeiac^ 
MT €4 in feiner etnfadrflen @ef)dü unb beren acitem unteidlimg 
¥ bti (^enftanb bei »^ von ber SSottfflgnng. 

^ ftete laim fidf )u einer Steige tjon @ä|en etttfaUen, beien 
iaetR ^famnen^a bnt^ bie fproc^tit^ eeronfi^aulii^e Seiie^intg 
■tt SltAcntng kwrfelMn gnm Setou^em stbtat^t teirb. Sie« gtont- 
Wif^ eei^tnig bet 6äie beljanbelt bieS^rt aoti ber ©aftffiguno. 

Du Xei^folge ber SCorte mtb @$$t toirb gum X^eil bnnl) bie 
(wautift^ eeji^ung bcxfelien ießimmt 3>ie einerfeitd ber ftlar^ett 
to KAe mib btr Seranf4o»Ii4iing ^reS gnonntatif^en Suftutmeif 
Jngtl bien^hir«, anbererfeits auf ben wo^IIaut aBgitlenbe @telinng bet 
9nU trab Öi^e [figt aitr me^rfai^en fn^iettttKn @^äfiSipmätax itnb 
h^fdnben Vffettcn be« Stebniben freien Spielraum. !Die 3)argeaunfl 
btt epn^gtbrani^ in biefer SSegit^mig ifi ber Üiftt "am bec raort» 
■v> Sa^fteUnng guaewtefen. 

fefla a6f(i^nüt 5Die l'e^re toon ber SSottfüfluna. 
ober i}om einfallen ®a^e. 

tKt einfaAc @a|} ifl ber @aQ, in Ud^em ein cinjelittS 
Snljelt bnrt^ ein efngelnee^räbitat beßttnmttoirb: Timefleet«d 
CTk. Moou, Poet W. Lond. 1859. p. 335.)- 

£er (anfa^^eit bea ©a|ed flef^ie^t fein WiSm^ bun^ dxtstl» 
ttiaitgea, uelt^e gn bem 9»nniDorte wie gu bent 3eitttorte aU bereu 

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2 3wtft« S:*"*- ®it &%« BOB bn ffiott- nnb ©a^fflflmiB. 

ii%K SefÜmmunaen irrten. 3Bir brttcuftten p« 6ei ber ffirSrtenntfl ber 
oböerBiaien unb ber ottriButittn ©aeBepimmungtn. 

äte dnfai^n ©oft »irb oui^ ber jufamnienaejogent ©oj 
Jettofttft, in MKlf^em an ^räbiht auf mt^r ol« tin ©ubje!t öeje« 
gm i|i: The «ntamn and tho Winter puied away (Bulweb, The Dii- 
owned28.); ober dn ©ubjeft bnr i^ mt^r at« ein $räbi!at fiejHramf 
Uirb: How the watars laugh and gliaten (LoNav'ELLOW, Foet W. Leipi. 
1856. I. 259.). 3)ie Einigung btr ©äge, toel^e afB urffrflnglit^ 
dnanber beigeocbntte ©äge ju betrauten fmß, nnb beren SJtteinfai^nng 
bUTi^ bie ^(ic^toieber^Dtung befi gemeinfamen ^räbifatea ober ©ufcjette« 
fieaerfflettigt »irb, fann in tem erfieren ^aUt burc^ bie pluralift^e gorm 
be« ^röbitatefl cerfinnli^t tnerben, nwbrenb Btrfc^iebene ^räbitate befiel» 
6en ©ubjettee me^r bie urfpriingti^e ©onberung ber ©äße ^ersoitreten 
iojfen muffen. 

Seibe Srten ber Bnfammenjie^ung ßnnen fit^ in ber SerfnOfjfintg 
bcrf^iebener ©ubjette mit me^r aie einun $räbi(att vtr« 
einigen: The Star Chamber, the High Cominiaaion, the Council of Vork, 
oppressed and plaodered us (Macaci^E, Bist, of Engl. Leipz. 1849. 
I. 10].). 

Sbgefe^en Von ben bezeichneten gotmen jerfafien bie ©S^e na^ 
mtifx\ai}m iRüdfii^ten in »erf^iebene ä:rten. 
. LSäJirb bie »ejie^ung be« $räbitate8 auf bo8 ©uBieft in'« 
ISiute gefaßt, fo ift bei ©aQ entueber beja^enb ober betneinenb. 
a)9e|a^enb, wenn ein !£^StigIeit8begriff mit ober o^ne nähere 
Skßimmungen f^Ie^t^in »sm ©nbjede auBgefagt mirb: He li*ed— 
be breathed — ho moTcd — he feit (Byrov, Bride 1, 13.). 
b) SSerneinenb, toenn bie buri^ bie ^«fion au%brficfte Oejie^ung 
beS I^ätiflfeitSbegriffe« bun^ eine Wegation aufge^oBen wirb. 
!Z)iefe Uuf^etung geft^te^t inbeffen tn oerfc^iebener SBetfe. 
& fann nAmlii^ ein negatioe^ älCOerb, tatlifti fid) gTammotifi^ 
unmittelbar an baS ^erb anfdjiiegt, bie buri$ bie gießen gefegte 
Sejie^ung bt» ©ubjelteS auf baS ^labitat [i^Ie^t^tR air^eben: I 
give not HeaVu for loat (Miltos, Far. Lost 2, 14.) : Uobei flatt bt9 
. rinfa^en Slbbcrb aut^ anbeie abDerbiale Säeftimmnngen negotibec 
Srt eintreten lännen: He !■ by no meaiu a nanghty bo; (Lewei, 
Goethe. Leipi. tSöS. I. 42.). (Eben biefe Suf^ebung fann auc^ 
tnxi) dne ottributibe Sefiimmung, meiere fld) ba^er ni^t unmitte(' 
&ar an ha6 Siab Uint, bewirft Werben: NeU/itr ilde wa> impa- 
tient to come to action (Macadl., H. of E. H. 168). 

Dbei ce lann im erweiterten ©age bie 9tegation eine dnielnc 
ffleflirnntung in ber Art treffen, bofi bie Sejie^ung be« $rdbitate8 
auf ba« ©ubjeft ni^t e&lUg, fonbern lebigli^ ifidfi^tlit^ 
jener Se^immung oufge^oben wirb, ftatt beren dne entgegen' 
gefegte )}Dfitibe SefHmmung boTauegefe^t »irb: The lole drift of 
my pnrpoie doch extead not a froK% fnrihrr (Shakbf., Temp. 5, 1.). 
And nothing common will I wy therewith (CoLiBiDas,,Piccal. 
1, 4.). Äu^ (ann ba« aufgehobene ©ubjelt bie Bejie^nng be0 
$iäbi(ate8 auf ein enlgegengefegteS ©ubjett fcrbein: iVof a /ew 
were jealona of that aBcendant, which fao bad acquired ia (he coan- 
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Smuiiniiie bun^ not, ik SwfltllBtiB b« atrabtn (tonttobiftoriti^) 
Ofgtnt^cilt« beS «nwinttn »tariffrt mit fl# füftroi, »a^rtnb bit burtf 
not IC auhcVobetioi begriffe au^ einer minbci cntfc^iebEncn 
(bntrAwn) Snta tgtnfe^ung Slaum Ia|fm tBnncn: I know cot ttiM 
I thould be DÜicrabte and unhappy (Marbyat, Valerie 6.). I wu 
tR^aJü/oifa, and made so rapid a progreia, tliat mj mästen wen 
«DTpriicd (ib. 5.). 

3. ^infli^tnc^ in, ©eltuitg btS int ©aibt auSgefproi^tnen tttt^etfefi iin> 
teilhabet man ben Be^antittnbcn ®a|, btn j^iagcfa^ unb bot 

k) 3)(e @eltune bed 6e^aiit)tenbcn ^a^t6 ma<$t bei jRtbcnbe 
uebet bon bem Urt^tile neu) wn bem 9viIIen cinefi ^nbcrm afr* 
^ngtg : In the beginntog God created tha heaven and the earth 
(Gen. 1, I.). Tbat Constitution needed not a King (Bülw., 
Rienii 2, 8.)- 
b) Dn giagcfat} I5gt basegen bit @elhing feinet dn^alM m bei» 
f^iebencT SBtife Von bem Urt^tile dned Xubeien aft^fingig 
trff^eintn. 

(SntWEber ertoartet bif Äufifagt in i^rtm ganzen Umfange 
i^H aScTE^tigung uon bem Urt^eite einee ?titberen; „SUep'si thon, 
brother?" — „Brother, nay." (Scott, L. Minstr. 1, 15.) 

Dbn ba« ©uSjelt be« ©afteS aitb feiner gefiftettnng aa- 
^eim gegeben: fVho ie your leader and commands yon? (id., Qu. 
Donr. 16.) 

Ob« irgenb eine-einjelne Seftimmunq be9 ^räbifatee ober 
be« ©ubjetteä toirb Bon einem fremben Utt^eile afc^ängig gemacht! 
HTkre/ore weep you? (Shaksp. Temp. 3, I.) Say, whtre hast thoB 
been? (Btb., Maofr. 2, 3.) By vikal meaiu was tfais effected? 
(BULW., Rienzi 3, 2.) fPliiif hope, or fear, or joy ia thine? (Tbkmt> 
SOK, F. Lond. 1860. p. 34.) 

Katflrlit^ tann ber 9lebenbe bie "StoUt einet anbeten ^eifoti 
Übernehmen, icenn er na<!^ toeitetet Ueberlegung feine Srage felbfl 
beantwortet: Who alew bim? an Ortini donbüeas (Bulw^ 
Rienzi 1, 1.). 

2>er @t*ta(^e bt« gemeinen ?ctenS ec^STt bie Sntge an, lixl<$e, meip in 
einem MrtKrjtni @a^, einer SeVuptung angetnU^ft tcitb, unb bie STUNtf 
ttny bec ^e^Stigung betfeßen auefprii^t. 3mt ^i^age erfc^eint (Snflg in 
Mnuinenbet genn nac^ einem beia^cnbtn, unb tn tieja^ber gönn nac^ 
etnctn vemetnenben €a^ dn tiefen «ettüTjten gTagcfa^en erjcfKincn bie 
Wf^eitlvSTtev unb bie legenannttn mobilen Serba: Te bave made » 
fiiyre daie'a woike , Aoea yoa not% (Qaioikk Gubtoh'b Nekdlb 1 , 8.) 
Tbii UOOT i* comelieit, ü he nolt (Mablows, Jew of M. 2, 2.) Ton 
haTe alwajB lored me, have you notl (Dickeks, Banle af Life 3.) A 
ihocking thing hnnger is, im't itt (id., NicH. 1, 5.) — Whatl it ia ao 
&caion againat Ute atat«, I hope, ü itl (Ena Jon«,, Foetaater 1, 1.) 
Ton do not flont, fiiind, do jrimf (m., Et. Man in bis Enm. 1, 1.) Wby, 
you won't flglit Mm, wifl you, Bob? (Shebid., ßiv. i, 1.) Wara jon 
■enlvnced to tranapoitation, aore, my dear, yoa coold not leave me behind 
you _ eould youl (Gat, Bi«g. Op. 1, 1.) ^i>ä) flc^ naüf afflnnaliwn 
9c6ant>titnflcn out!^ bei offtanatibe gtogefa^: Bis mnlea hava the ataggara 
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beEke, havetJteyl (Bbh Jos*., Pml 1, 1.) He owes me abaoU a. talsnt, 
•nd it thinks to bear it aira}' irith Mb mnlM, tloet IkI (ib.) 'TKi 
light, old bay, ü'tf fib.) A gentlemBU taken in npott fbe rood, hai 
beaa lo Tcrj b»d, Aiu A«t (Dickehs, M. ChonU ], S.) And 1:^ lord- 
iki^t »peect is devÜish fiwliih, U itl (Dodol. Jkbsold, Bubhle» 1, 1.) 
XA^t ansbnKlIttdft geiürt ber iftngcwn »oniftnr«^« m. 

i)tx «ntefangenen Srage fi^fiegt M in ber gotm bie r^etO' 
tifc^e ^ragt on, Mti)t fic^ bem 3n^alte na{^ babuid^ bon jenn 
unterfi^eibet, bag fie bie iBcanttDortnna in Ue^tiein^mmung mit 
eiaem jn ®runlje liegenben Urtbeüe brf wbenben bttrilö »otau«' 
jeftt. ©ie bient jum Suebniife brf affefteB; Bemunbttnng, Un- 
Bittt, ©omitrf Bnnen bifje Sonn onne^men. 3)i(ft gtage tritt 
foua^t affinnati» oI« negotiu auf, unb Uirb intern @e^altt naäf 
nantentli^ aus bei «Situaticn unb bem 3nfammenfianae edonnt. 

Who ia hera »a lUde thst would not ba > BamHD? (SHit£8P., J. 
Caes. 3, 2.) What fear we theii? wliat doubt we to inceate Bia 
Qtmost ire? (Milt., P. L. 2, 94.) Whither will I oot go with 
geotle Ithamore? (Uabluws, Jow ofM. 4, 4.) WhaC proo^ alaa, 
Save I not giv'n of love? Wbat have I QOt abaadoii'd to thy 
arme? (Bows, J. Shore 2, 1.) What bava I not been forc'd to 
hear, OcUviol (Cor.EsiDaE , Piccol. 1, 3.) S)a bei S^iofter ber 
Stoge ^iei ganj in ben Jinfetgiunb tritt, fo »eitauff^t man oft 
baö Sragejei^en mit bem ÄufiiufunaS^et^en; What a happy cfm- 
ture ia PoUyl (Gay, Begg. Op. 3, 1.) My dearest Julia, how 
* delightad am I! How unexpected was thii happinesfl (Sherid., 

Biv. 1, 2.) — Siie Dngebmbige g^iage (ann jugleii^ bie 9Iatin: 
eiuei bringenben 3ßa^nung annehmen: Nöw, are you going to gat 
in? (DiCKBRS, Pickw. 2, 20.) 

3>tefe Semeilungen betreffen tnebeyanbeie bie biictlc grage, iscl^ie ott 
^autitfa^ auftritt; bie inbiielte ^age, ein Siebenfalj, ifl in bei Se^ie 
Bom ©oMefilae i« «brtetn. 
c) Der ©eift^efaß ober 3mt)etatiBfa§ ifl ein fol^er, beffen 3n^alt 
eifl burt^ ben Sßitfen be« Stnoerebeten uub bie 3Jof(ite^ung öcn 
feiner ®eite jur t^atfäc^Iii^en Seltung (ommt. (£i ift, teia^enb, 
ein ®ebot, »eineinenb, ein ©erbot, beren fu&ieltioe SärBung al8 
93efet)(, SBunfi^, Sitte ic. oeifc^ieben fein (ann: Bring roses, ponr 
yo «ine (Mus. Hhmanb, Nat. Lyrics. Dubl. 1836. p. 12.). „Tor- 
mant tue not," aaid thc wounded man (Scott, B. Boy 39,). 
Don't let your Birapllcity be impowd upoa (SHSitlD., Biv. 1, 2.). 

S.3n aSejug au[ bie giamniatiffbe iRangflufe ber ©il^e unterfc^eibet 
man $au|>tfd|e unb 9te6enfä@t. 

a) a)er ©auptffl^ ijt ein in fl^ a^eft^Ioffenei, für fi^ twiftänbrii^et 
©at; er fann jn feiner SSerBoDflänbigung einen anberen ©a(} (ober 
mehrere) in fi^ aufnehmen, tori^er olSbann nur bie Sebtutung 
eined jutn ©a^e enttoicfelten ©a^Iiebed ^at. 

b) 3)er 9febenfa5 ifl eben jener ©aß, »tlt^ci alB ein entwitfelte« 
©agglieb ju betiadjten i^ nnb bei feinei meifl bui^ ein SJeiic 
^uugemort au«gebifiiften Äb^änglgteit ton einem ^auptfofee fßi ft^ 
nii^t a8gefd){o||en unb feinem ganjen Umfange nac^ wrftänbti^ ijl. 

eaije, BJeli^eBramniatifct nrit einanbet wiMpft (Inb, fftinen etnanbet 6ei- 



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gdibnct, cbcrrilucbnaatihnniittKrscaTbact ftin. Setaetcbttel 
|tnb 6ä^ wm gltii^ Soirgllnft; btnrnaQ (Bnnen ©ainttfa^t Saubtlätei 
JWoifSbt S(taif4ftBi tdambnet (täi. Unterflecibnet flnb Sltbeirifilie 
i*«a ^ointtffifeoi. a)(H «a^t ftgitSt bit St^rt Bon bei ©afefflßinia. 
4.fl(aT Bttb bn^tiMi^ ifl bie dittt, toetin ititv ®a^ natd baS auS* 

frri^ tta« b« ^ttr ober ?efet flt^ im ©eifle Bergegentoftrtiaen foO. 

3)«^ fbib in bttfn ^inftt^t bie @Sge iti»^ t^ier grammattfdieii 

CettlDSimen^tit bnft^tebnt. 

•) Säje, in bnun bft Webenbe ©i^jeft nnb ^räbtfot, toi( et fle iaitt, 

attäf tiirc^ äBorte barpeUt, |lnb »oUftfinbifl. 
b) UnpcIIfianbig fuib ©ö^e, in benui biefe? nii^t ber goO Iß. 
UnfeoHfiSnbis in gewiffon Sinne erf^eint bei @ct( in frinet S»* 
fiinimen)ie^una nit unbetat, unb flber^oufit in bei ^erlflx- 
lung, toerftbfir bie Se^te »on ber ©agfügung nä^e KuShinft gn 
gefera ^t. :j)o^ ip in biefen gälten ber ergünjenbe I^eit in fä* 
sn UM^ien @eftalt ober mit geringer Versilberung aus einem Boc 
^anbenen ©<i|t ju entnehmen. 2)ttd tfl aiu^ Bei unbolifiänbi' 
aen antworten ber %aU, uet^e fi^ an bcrange^be ^xag/ai 
vSfam. 

On BDQeniSintte beflSBode« ifl aber bei ein))ttf(^e ®a$ un> 
BoOßänbig, in Keinem ber bem @age fe^ienbe S£^etl errot^en lKt> 
b« MU&. 3)ie ffitlipf e berbonlt i^ren Uifprung jum SE^eil getan» 
figen ®ä^n, 6ei beren SQJieber^ung bie glfli^tigteit oQtäglii^er 
Mebe P4 brt UoKfiSnbigen HnSfii^rung über^cfit, telc^e ^e bem 
0eb&4tBifTe be« ^ÖrerS üterlfigt ^bererfeiU berft^ffieigt oft ber 
Äff elt, xoai bie ©ituation jn erraffen geflattet. Äni^ bo« ©tre- 
bcn na4 auebm^eboller Jtitrje, jumal in bit^tertfi^r ©prai^e, gieM 
ta OorPeUtnig bie (ErgSnjung ttS <Sa%ti an^dm. Stdfat^ «^^ 
unscnbet ber @))iai:6gebrau(^ SQitifen, beren urflreünglic^e boO« 
Unbige Sonn beigeffen i^, unb jn beren l£rgSn}uitg ber £di> 
ßdbnig lein (tfUnunttt @a$glicb me^c v«rf<^ffiebt. @ie gletAen 
SUmjcü mit Dermift^tem @e|>räge unb verminbertun ®e^alie, ueu^ 
Mst^ vberflSi^Iii^er @^(ung im Serfe^ie aii Sßert^jeic^cn g&tg utÄ 
gÄc Ueieen. 

^tfc leiteten unterfc^eibtn fit^ ^ebo^ noi^ b04 ber Hbofiopeff, 
ik14c in ber %b6ic(i)ung eined angefangenen @a^eä befielt, nnk 
birt Snid^en be< febtenben Z^\t» Weber ouS ber Situation, mx^ 
an« onbenvcitigcni 3n^te ber btttitS botliegenben Siebe eimBjt« 
Ui^, ttaaifinSi im weiteren 8}eiIoufe barüber iluff(^üig geuonn« 
tverben mag. 

Xhia nnalolnti ^at bamit infofem SeflDanbtfd^itft, aÜ tS näi 
einem @tiebe beS <oa^ti beginnt, eon isetdiem bie äiebe obbri^^ 
wn in eine anbeie ©afefonfSuItion überzugeben, ttmin jenefl ©^ 
glieb f{i$ in einer anberen ^orm toieber^olt unb grammatif^ 
emreiW- 

Äei bet erBrtemmi ber einjctnen So^t^tite »erben bie ^ie« 
^ gärigen unoeapanbigen ©anformen im Sinjelnen aufgefO^tt 
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I. Sie Stfiottb^eilc btS fSot» iit i^er S^teJ^trag auf tintubct. 
i. 9a» 0nbjtU nnb frä» Lorant. « 

3Ati @aQ ^at an ftinem @ub{tftt ben fcflcn @egen{tanb unb Xrä* 
an, an toet^tnt baS itVot^iiäit fiäbilat feinen $att geloinnt, tDieUD^t 
blefefl, . bttn baö 3titwott icefentlii^ ift, all bie itUitnU ®«lt brf ©aee« 
erft^einf. An grammatili^tm SßJert^e pe^t ba8 ©ubieft bem ^tfibilote 
olet^, Uran iB aut^, fetnem Urfpmnge nai^, a[S V^tnnlsoTt auf ein 
HeitBort, öt[o auf ein ?Jrfibi(at »on irgeub ttmS, auiÄdge^eu mafl. Setbe 
flnb bem @age iDefentlii^. 

!£ae ©ubjett ifl urr))r&ngti4 ein @u6flantti>befliiff aii 
Cegeit^nung einer $erfon, einet (onheten ober afeftratten ©ai^e. 3)er ©n6» 
flantibbegrin ip entwebet bur«^ ein @u6jlantiü ober bui<^ ein anbetet 
fn6|lantit>iited Wennlcort oueaebiüitt. ^it ©teile bee ©ubjette« 
lann aUx aaät ein rflilBeutenbe« gflrttott, S"^'*»""^! "bet ffiigen- 
((^afiawott einnehmen, beren ©uBpantiBtegrift mitjubenfen ip, ob« 
bie alB peaBerttetenbe 3ei(^en bef[el6en Pe^en. Hud^ ber ^nfinitiö, 
tcel^ bie abfhafte Sorpeünns einer ^T^tigfeit enthält, (ann ali @u(' 
jelft berwenbet »erben. Sßenn ^artifefn, ©äfce ober ©oftgliebet 
mit ^räbilaten berfnflpft Berten, fo flnb fie entaeber materieU ol« 
(Segenpdnbe bet ©orPeHung aufgefaßt, ober i^rem afipraften ®e^te 
nai$ fubpanticirt. 1>aS ©ubf^ ip flberaQ oIS ber 92oniinattl> eine? 
©ubpantibbcgriffe« gn faffen, tooburi^ junfii^P bet ZrJEger ttS ©afee« 
benannt Birb. 

<Ka(^ anberer 9tfi(fp(^ gerfaßen bie ©fi^e ^iuPc^it^ i^re« ®u(jeE' 
M in i»ei JMaffen. 

S)te eine Begreift biejenigra, in braen ein Bepimmter ®cgen' 

ttanfc mit beut ^läbifate eexfnüpft toiib. ÜRan nennt pe im ©egen» 
ittfe m ber jBeiten JMaffe gewä^nlii^ |}erf5nl{(^e ©ä^e. 

33ie jtteile ÄlaRe untfagt ©ä^e, »elt^e leinen tepimmten ®egai> 
^b als ©ubjelt enthalten, unb beten ^rSbifat juai einen feflen 
@egenPanb uorauSfegt, ben ieboC^ bet Kebenbe feinem fuBpautteJIett 
©ehalte nai^ entBeber ntt^t oe^ei^nen fann obet BiCC. ^&t i^n tritt 
bad neutrale ^Itrtoort ic als ^tii)eii ein. @ie l^eigen untieifinli^e 
©äße in Ünnlogie }n ben fogenannten untierfSnlif^en BeitBBrtem, 
tselqe batei in $etra<^t tommen unb p^ ni(^t nur, mit Sn^<^Iug an« 
betet arammatifc^et $etfonen, auf bie britte Werfen ber ffiinja^l Befi^rän« 
fcn, fonbetri aui^ bie nuafaoe flet« an einen neuttal gefaßten ©egen« 

ftanb In^fen, unb in ber S^ät eine uirfenbe ^etfBnlit^feit auS« 
{^liegen. 

©uBjett unb Vtdbilat Berben junfi^p o^ne Kßdfl^t auf i^re atti{> 
btttiben ober abbetoialen Sroritemngen Betrot^tet. 

^erfönlif^e ©ä^e. 
l.^ai ©ubjelt ip ein ©uBpantiti: Mm ßiea from time (Yooho, 
N. Tb. 2, 226.). And Haffo is goDo to hii lonelj bed (Brunt, 
FuiiiDa 6,). 

Ältt. 6od jere the mnchel hire (Weioar, Aoecd. lAt, Lond. 1B4*. 
p. IS.). Ägf. JpoÜoniiu t»l flt edde (Äpou-osius of Tibb, ed. Thorpe^ 
Lond. 1884. p. 17.). 

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I. Siic etpanb^Ot btfl eottcf in ^Spta ee)lt(iraa auf risanbK. 7 

2.!Da« fnfißantibiite ^bieltib, b. ^. an^ ba«{nil8e, totf^t« iai 
Kraenplifqat ntt^t fhftirt loitb, tritt mit, unb (i^ritm o^ne SrtiÜ 
Bitx ant anbere attributibe Se^mmung aVi Gtibjelt titt: 

a) t^d al0 ^eifonenname: 7^ faithflii hava bean wun'd — 
O« deufferout Ära closely wateh'd (Colbkidoe, Piccol. 3, 1.), 
Jffrf or yoHtig, tfae liviog or tfae deAd, No mercy find (Btboh, 
Pcwt. W. Halümx 1857. p. 319.)- I''wi7. old, Ugh, Itm at onca 
the aame diTenion ihare (id. Ch, Hbt. 1, 71.). 

3n btr iltnni 3(<fr uo bic gtcfim affmBfig MTft^ninbet, t|t tmtfteffi^ 
tat fnbflantienlc Bbjtttia cbnifaQs Subttit KHc Erery jiixfra thst 
pBcicDt ig, Uaj cUymen , . Heveae liche blisM (P. Plodohii. p. 888.X 
.^e mnd ^dki lonjd liim olle (IpomrDOM 13.)- Hsf. Ne tn4 M pviwm 
{KniDe DTttre [le m dcdd« (Boetu. S3, 6.). Jfil fSdon biod limla 
nübtigc (ib.). Strengra ejXB/l ifier me (Uabc. 1, 7.). 

b) äftÜS aÜ Sa^name: The fiOure aball oblitente th« put (Cow- 
PEB P. Lond. 182Ö. p. 47.). Tlie Anglo-SoKOfy becatoe in dtne an- 
fMhionmble (Chamhess, Engl Lit. Edinb. 1851. p. 8.). HU K^ 
w»( be CSD render ia bat «mall (CowPSB p. 44,), — Conaider 
fint that grtat Oi brigkl infen oot azcellencB (Hilt. , F, L. 8, 90.). 
NtN-RMM-Ä-ncA Ihenceforward bocame the langnage of the npper 
naks, wbile Sanm remoiued only u tbe apeech of the peuanbr 
(Chanbebs, £. Lit. p. 3.). 

Site. 27ie qiied comnth. novher alone (Aliudkdeb, Wd>eT L t. 1S8S.). 

IdithcT ii to Ibohd tber sM iutel jt (Wuioht, Folit. Songi Iiond. 1839. 

p. 149,), 9ai »gf, fhib thw SKnige »on abjettüoen fei Snttnnn JnbjlaJt» 

tilnit, tedc^ alstxtim, mit aa^ bic fubflantiDirtai ^crfotiailuineti, fMtitt 

naben. l^e dteaba temxntn ftlbft nai^ grin^tf^ SSttfc in $IinftI bor^ 

Um bit sourt 6brii^ tun btit ©tnonlat ttmtt e. Xrtilel uA 

abitltiu. 

l.S)a8 Bo^Ittott lann, alä fubflattttbirt ober auf ein SuBfhnttit) jtt> 

lUbqogen, Subjelt fein. Ü^Maiy are «itting mi in judgment there 

(BooKBS, Ital;, FoacarLX Both i«adilf fonnd wbat thej lOogU 

OtiCAVi^ B. of £. L 27.)- 

Vtt, Tbon hu maide IX, thar« «ai X. (Towv. H. p. 4.) ie< f. 

4.S3riDBrteT aKer jKaffea ße^ t^eiK fefBpJinbib wiel, tbon, 70a tc» 
^cOs in Sectretmtg ane« @it(flantib imb in snle^nting an bafftibe 
Ott Subiette. 

a) 2}ai ^erfSntiil^e SflriDort uac f^on im SCngetM^fif^ni $eiitt 
Terbam finitnm bet gcuB^nlii^e Segleltfr it9 S&efadeuwitet, tiw 
bie« i^c @Bii^nttb<@itb)eIt flanb, iebt»^ ni^t in bemfcOwn Uta* 
fanae att im SnsGMaL 2)aS Snelif^e neibet gmax oft Bei etncc 
Tltwft Mn @ä$en, in bnten baffelbe ®u6itlt toiebedebtt, bie S)Ie> 
bo^lung burd) bad ifftrtsoit, nomentlJt^ in fqnbetifq m Huoubet 
rotten @fi$en, o6iD0^I aui^ fanfl, aber in a((mä&s Mrmiiibertcnt 
'oafe. 

Aitd ke tmUred into » ibip, and patied over, and coau Into liii 
own eity (Hatth, 9, 1.). I IretiUile at myself, And in myaelf OM 
lost (Youao, N, Th. 1, 81.). From that honr I rapidtf r teooeni, 
and in tbiM «wk« «nu agaia at my ahidiea (Uabbtat, Ju. 



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9 Smita !fVa- ffint- Pub etdtts^jaii^ L Wf^ttitt. «ßwWlettits. 

FMthr. 1. 5.). H« Awl hja wüb, iod raore (G, Crabbe, The 
Borongh 2.) IC- 

S)ie Stttn epca^t yigt fk^ lu^ foüc in btt Sti^tvitbaflDtaiia b« 
ffQvtCinM: lo > Bomet teson . . I $hoap me into ihroudeg ix 1 % 
üieep wäre, In hobite as an beremlte Doholy of werk«, Wsnte wid« in 
Üüa wortd Wondre« to here {P. Plocohm. p. 1.). Symonye Äym »«* 
To aiuülle Cosscience, And preehed to the peple ; And prelMei thei lum 
nuulen To holden irith Antecriit, Hir temporslt«ei to lave; And eom 
to the kyngsB conneeille A> » kee« b&toaii. And bntled to Conidenc« ctc 
(ib. p. 43S.)- @a r^fl)^tt tm Kai- [(Ib^ bie $»{0 fiicia an tin eorati' 
ad^enbef SftcnntDoit att: pä nwfe he bvilcne forlidenne hei5 D«nide. Se*etA 
^ t6 pbn t>nn:> cnihlnQ and cväd (Apoi.i.os. o? T. p. 21,}. And gt 
se r«ecad fieih bveder g« kaht to g5de ddn . . eamigad ^Äa , • vtm*- 
jrod twr tä [lere m^s' (Bükik. IS, i.). pft volde le vi*a mon lüi 
fimdigao , , (hisan hina ^i hjspan (ib.). 

ttorted unb btc 93eweubunQ befl obliquen SafuS aCd @ubielt ifl in 
betgonnle^re I. 283 ff. trSttert. äffienn nun" gleich au(^ umgeft^ 
bet Sbiminatib ßatt bed obltauen SafuS boilommt, fo fltib I)tn bi)4 
dtiige $ä((; auStuf (Reiben, in benen man mit Unre^t eine Ser» 
Ucdtfelung anncipmen mSi^te. S)a^in ge^ircn mani^t beTffirjte 
®ä^e mit ■■, thau unb but, in benen ftcl) bet 97ominatib als Sw» 
jeft mit auStaffung be« »erfc« b« Cpfleuj faffen lägt. 

Nor hopa (I) tp ba myaelf leas miserable By what I seek, but 
othen to roake »neb as J (Max, P. L. 9, V2G.). Do wo see The 
robber and tbe mnrd'rer weak Bf io«f (Covp., P< p- 98.) Wbo 
bnt • Dutdnaa woultl aappoBe it ig the game of such a man o* 4«, 
to tava bii nama in everj body'a montb? (DiaxsHS, M. C^imle«. 
3.) Sha (Bnperttition) taughc the waak to bend, tba prond 
, to pr«y, To pow'r unaeen, and mightier far Ikon tkey (Popj^ 
Eh. oh M. 8, t)51.). Believa tbat Borne has no finner 6iead Aas 
he wbo, ordsined to preaerre order, finda himgelf impotent agvnat 
BggreMion (B[n,w. , Rieozi 1, 5.). I have no other aaint (Aoa 

ttoH to pray to fLosoF. I. 141.). ÜRan i^ felbfl »erfu^t ben 
Dl&liqnctt ftafud in S^nlii^en @5^ vielme^i; alB <Stibtät )tt 
faffen : I Bball not leam my duty from snch aa thet (C^LD. t J- 
Aadr. 2, 11.). I kne* and know my hoor ii come, bnt not To 
lendgr np my aoul to aacb at Ihre (Btr., Manfr. A, 4.); Ulf btcd 
in ®ä^en UnVtnnetb(i<^ iß ali ■■ And goodly aona grew by hia aLja . . 
Bat nona aa lorely and lo brat« 4t lüm wba whither'd in the 
mve (Btk., PariainA SO.). SSia^ bat mit folgenbem Stominatto 
ße^t kae eirit>tif4t ©ufiiett J. 93. in: What maije thee, when they 
bU irere ggne. And none ömI Ümu mit I aJionB, To act the deril? 
(BuxL., .Hod. 3, 3, 149.) £)i bie oben I. 286. angeffi^rtcn 
Stellen aus ©^atfptore ^inburi^ einige giontMatift^e S9en4tigintg 
Rj^en Ihu»n, mag bo^in gebellt iltibai. 

<S» barf 5ier an ben ©ebrüu* brt od. büion etitmert tnobett, bem 
CtR clli))tif4te SSubjcIt ebne tntft^icbtne Knlcftmtng an ein »lanse^ntbel 
Sab folgtii tonn: Näfd ha nka ting t>s De Big on mSnun aoTealde 
Hioa pu (Geo. 39, 0.]. 

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Qdi^ MtMilett i> btr Sti^ef ition jn cinnn aWitfam Aafn> hftt L«t 
uj make a corecant, / and thtm (Gen. 31, 44.) (agf, Uton syDui Tedd, 
I«t IfrediidBcipe lig betrox une, me and [>«.). For we ihat take poiM«, 
go bj Uie mom and WTen gtar», and not by ^labu» — he (hat van- 
deriog knighl ao fair (Shahsf. I BeitrT IV. 1, 2.]. You, a lientenaot 
of cavaliy, müh btU one hont — and he aone a! (he best (Coof., 
Spy 9.). ^ter fi^rint gfri^faS* bie Ücttsnemn^ an bni boüflllnbisai Suj) 
Mijmmltni, bcffcn Sntäqung bic 9M»filten tß, tsodn ba< gOmoTt oM 
esbjctl Mifi^bt — ed^on in b« ait»cn et>Kii^ tniib Slebnlit^« üb« 
Qttniffut: lo that a chjild mjehc be bome 0/ a ntatJyrt, and «A« 
wemlea (Towk. M. p. 184.). 

3)ie SSfttaufj^ang ber et^en unb jtoeittn $erfon bet 
<Sk^ mit btnett bet 9R^rja^( ift i. 2»4 erti>£^Rt. @U ifl no' 
tfirfi4 bent @u6ie(te mit bcm Cbiette beS @a|}t9 gemein. 

SBfr temerfm, bog »ie fflrflltt^e ©o^eit fti^ befonber« Em 
Snrialft^Ie mit bem )}(iiralifq«i we beiet^net, fo au[^ bei einjclnc 
©(^riflpeller juMtilen bon jl^ in W SRe^rja^I tebet, inbem et 
fü^ ate ben Settreler einer ungemeineren %nf1^t betrachtet unb bamm 
anbne ©ubjefte mit f!d) 3ufamme»fagt. ICoib i|l eä au^ nt(^t un* 
gebräiti^lttff D^ne biefe ERüiffii^t auf ©leic^beulenbe bie 3]Re^r}a^I ju ' 
gebrauten. 

ffVweranot bom to sue, bat to command (Shakbp., Kicli. 11, 1, 1.), 
— }Pe woald beatov aome paina here in minutely deacribing all 
the niad pranka whicli Jonoa played on thia occaaion, could toe be 
»eil BMiired that tha reader wonld take the aaroe paina in pern- 
Rug them (FiELD., T. Jon. 13, 3.). Äs vte wieh to intereit th« 
adaüren of ancient minstr«! lora in thia carioaa collectioD, we «hill 
only add etc. (Scott, Minstrelsy. Edinb. 18öO. I. 89.). 

Sie bem tat no» entftire^enbe Stjcii^nung ber vegieienben QQrftea bm^ 
wa iß bcm 3Ief. noc^ nngclfiufig: Ie Ädelnan cfog (Leco. .£thelst. 
1, l.\ Ie Ine, mid godes gjfe VeiUeaxna cynhig (Lego. Inab iniL). 
And to Title, pii gebvjlc man habbe ia» ^tettman (Lboo. Edw. 1, 2.% 
S» bCK tk^\ü mit TB ootbmtnt [£^ «« OTvdon (ib. S, 8. 4.}. Mret 
w b«bc«dad (Leco. Irak 1.)], utrb tntt etjng auf bie bei btr ®efe^ 
a^mg mitbd^Itgten 9tSt^ (Titan) gfffxoil)at, »ie <ui^ in tsteini|^n 
Otie^ien b« Slni% fiä) «go )u nmnm pflegt unb mit [einen suiencea oU 
MS n^mmenfogt; ]. S9. Snui unb ^einii^ I. 3n Bil^elmS 
fitii)^^ ©cje^, nwtin bet ntenagemät ntt^t atboc^ »icb, (leißt d: 
Et wmi dafendan etc. (I, 410. — 3)aS fd^nftflelUrifi^e uti: gc^Brt aittitr 
3äi m, ofow^I »h; im Ultensltt^en fie»9^nti<^ bie Qingabl fbibtn. / 
JtUm MaondaTjUa (Mavmdet, p. 4,}. And J sehaUe deriae yon anm 
F«rti« oC Ihiog«* (bat thare baa (ik). $albf. /eo hafd wennd iontiU 
Eaa^iHh Go^apaUet balljhe lare (Ohhuluii ed. Wlute. Oxf. 1852. 
I>«d. 19.). 3>o4 fleftt fi^on im Usf. cu4 <e; fä l&re l>e ve qd TfllaS 
m EagUaceiuB gn'tard« leagaaa (St. Babi. ed. Norman. Lood. 1849. 
PmL). Fe villad äirdoi ymbe >äa emnihte iTtdor apMcan (Whujet, 
fi^oL Tmiäaea. Loud. 1841. p. 4.). 

Va^ lana bei 9tebenbe fiC^ in allgemeiner SSetfe mit anbereit 
bimft «M jufftmraeufafTen, too e« fl<^ um eine unbeflimmte Kn« 
labl id einer Sac^c bdH'iä^^ Ißerfonen ^onbeft, worunter fli^ 
bfT ©pKC^enbe rci^nct. Wa read the flying couraer 'a nama Upon 
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10 äteöta a:^. ffloit- mb ©nOfBflimfl. J. HSfi^itt. »ortfagmra. 

Sn SIfviiäitx SDdft tsirb yoH Bmsnibet: Then migbt you ms k 

crowd, «uddenlf, and u by magic sppear emerging from erary 
Corner (Bulw., Bienii 2, 5.)- 

{löufig cr|(^{int theg bon imbcfltinintei KUsmein^ut: T&iy uj 
We are a scatter'd nation (Marl., Jew of M. 1, I.). Thü 
plac« . . lAey nj'e enchanted (Butl., Hud. 2, 1, 123.). 7^ ^ 
pear more actire in tbe soath (Coop., Spy 1.). 

Sßä^rtnb WS unb you beit Wcbenbcn unb bit Sneenbden in boS 
Onteteffe btt ÄtlMmrin^tit »erpH^ten, (äßt they iie ©ubjeWe mdp 
^emb.unb augnVl^ j'nei; ©p^Ste ber unraittettat mit einonbeT 
»erfc^tenbra erfc^eintn. 

3ii bitfft aWft (cntnKtt bitft gat»«rtnr (rit SÜtfttt 3* Bor. We 
(cbarf MncT (ifbriji^ni (Sitantnnng. Yon »trb Bon btni ®4^riftfi(IIn 
gebiaui^t, bn [cmt $im ober &fn atmbct StU. Lordyng», eoMunpla 
ber-by may ye take (Ciuuc, C. T., cd. Wiigbt. 1&13&0. Staa XwA 
ait(4 «t baB aitfr. timnni, uc Stiftung unb ^o[a f!^ ^Sufia an bcn 
Stfn in btc eciü^lung mit ta veiwiti u. bgl. nxnbm. 2)n Sgf. rtbtt 
aui$ mit t>° «n* H° mibt ^ underatandan [Wricht, Fop. Tr. p. 8.), 
UM« burc^ alle ä*""" flttt. S>« Stsfii^nang unbepimntttr StrfofBi bitr^ 
bie britte Va\iT\ in SBf^tja^f ift (i^on im «st- fltbtflnttli*: Kidigo «ynd 
ge [»Dne Au;r ryrjad got (Hith. b, 11.). N£ hig ns aUd h«or« 
ledht-iät, and bit nader cyfe leuad (5, 15.]. Bym t>A gjt tpreceudun, 
A^ cömon . . and cvKdon; [tin dählor is äti& (Mabc. 5, SA.]. 
b) S)a9 burc^ «1/ etrfiärlte ffeifönri^e gfimort, toelt^efi I. 290. na^ 
[einen Snimen er^ert i|l, bittet mä)tS Sigenl^ümiti^eS in fein« 
»ntattifi^en Be^anblnng, äuget bei Ißriaung ein Subjett in beo 
flätlenbet ©eife »I oeiboppefn. ©. unt. Sferbopplung beö ©ubj. 
es betont ata ©ubitR bie «fttte^r bei Sejie^nng be8 ^täbifcte« 
auf ein anbeieä ali baS 6ejet(^nete. Ss ^e^t fdt fiü^eftec ^tit 
auä} aUein atä @ubjeTt. 

Myttlf am Naplea (Shaesp., Temp. 1, 2.). The meaiaga that 
himtelf bas sent (Addison, Boaam. 1, 5.). Eooagh for genioa if 
!()«{/' ioipire (Btb., p. 328.). Of piteoao nun, wbicii OKrteirei 
hava mad« (p. 32f{.). 

SHffet ^t'bn'ai) btt auA nt^t hn glcJi^en Jtnfnf mit btn )xrfEnfi(^ 
glhwoTte fle^enbtn seif reitet b\H in bie iVa^t 3(tl: And üiat cAy*«/ 
DOW ihalc Ben (Sich. Cdkdb de Lioh, Weber II. *. 4ST9.). Sone thenfter 
blfet a cai That Attwe^ irith cWld wai (L*r lb Fbukk, Web«r I. t. 8».). 
To aare men from lynne If hmatdf wolde (plor.) (P. pLonoEic. p. S8T.). 
Statt bim wlf fle^t oft bia «elf (ubfiontttttlt. Bit nlf abaU not ezcoM h]rm 
(TowN. M. p. 191.). We nede no wytnes, Su te^ laya exprei (p. 197.). 
Si^on im ^albfSAr ftc^ anc^ bie mit bem oBIiqncn fiafne jufannre» 
gefegten gotmtn »on aelf allein al« eubleltt: HtS (b. t. heom) aeolvM 
vreorea i-gaade (LAj:>Hoir ed. Madden. Lond. 1847. I. 257.); M bei 
Setbonilung bee Snbiettce i^ biet nit^ nngeuB^nli^, f. nitt S>an(Bci 
flt^t aHetbinfle noi^: Heo teoif in glri<^«n Aafu*. I. 2^5. ic Sttbfl im 
SßF. IBfet fi<$ fi^on him aylf bi«Milen "om einem gOniwrt obet SnißanttB 
ab, unb ^^t goni tnie hc sjlf: Ac vold* be6n Ann ly^ on hia sylAi 
aorealde {S, Bisil. p. 18.). And hym ty^ läa od heorcnai lan&da 
(£v. Nico». 34.). And hka ly^ hi« r6de übär (B<HiiilieB of the Ang^ 
Sbx. Churcb. 1851. n. 62.). S)a% üitiitn» sylf fd^on im «gf. fnb- 
{tantibitt i|t, ift cbenfaQs nt^t ju ISugnen: And häfdon eaUM gereaU 
gfi h*ora ägme* ijlffe* on eallnm ^Dgnin (8. Basil. p. H.); UotiB 

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bk Cntponthrtrititg f^Srfa ^tibortiitt ali itUM ni; tntntt »ylfa Ue 
(Cod. Exon. 408, 22.). 

c) 2)(rf jueignenbt gllttDOtt fte^t natürii^, infotttit tS fu(fionti> 
errt tDJrb, boi^ befcnbcrä in SlßdceutuiiQ auf einen ©nbflantiODegriff 
in fdnen uticnrSunbenen gointen aui^ an bti ©teQe bee ©ubitneS. 
@. I. 287. Ue and Aü nere to attrt for Lirarpool (DiCEBMS, 
Kickl. 2, IT.)- UoubtIeBs all trsdes ntuit liva . . lad yotm ia k 
neeoMuy ons (Goldsuith, G. Nat. H. 3.). 

eine fbiitaftif^e Signit^ümlic^feit ijl bie 9$mscnbune biefer $ot> 
mtn mit äejie^ung auf ein ^iräbiCatibef ©ubflantiv, uel^c^ bei bem 
bie ©tcn« brt ©ubjeRrt dnBe6mtnbnt ?Jone|fio ju etgänjen iß — 
rine %it l>er üttraftton, iDcf^' >"i^ ^" ^" ^tittDeifenben g^ltTloBrtn; 
gn KTglci^en ifl: Mine are trua-baro i'jigtiih log« (Shkkid., Biv. it, <L). 
I Boe thee weep and thäie are honest teara (Cowp. p. 180.). Oia-$ 
i* a naiiaa of travellen (RoöZBfi, iL, For. Trav.). Youn ii a aioat 
powerM recommaadatioQ (Goldbu., G. Nat. M. S,). Theirt ia tlio 
time of lifo for happineaa (Shbuid., Kit. 4 , 2.). 3Mefe gälle flub 
twn benen ju unteift^eiben, in Uetc^en baä ^D)Tfffis Seflanbt^etl 
M ^rSbitatee i{t S>aS ©ubflonli» ^at J;in flttö attributiee 
oeftiBinutn gm. 

Sßc Myn and fA^ duo snnt qoi frangunt pUbi» amorem. (Weioot, 
PoBl S, p. 252,). agf. an^ nrattnl im $lural: /(ne ajnd miss (Job. 
17, 10.), Bm8 tn'l Weutnglitil^e fl6na*fl'"'a"< 'fli wäftraib im ®t. to o-ä 
hü ßt^L Sab 9Icuengt. untcrjHigt ben ncntcalm tScgiiff gtm buti^ 
NcbatWfHtnmiragm mit my all, ob« bnr^ Umtc^bung: Tf^iJ '« min« 
ii yoan, and whai it gourt ia mine (Sbaksp., Meaa. f. Meaa.). Sie 
8tld6t)te6niig bee ^offeffit ts» bt« entffitcil^bcn •SntitiD ber ^Tonombu 
auf einen genaimtm @eg™?i>nb tft fi^on im Sgf. Btbt&ü^iiä}: pin fedod 
ii flUenfollra {»nne Ait (S. Basil. p. 96.). — 2>te anse^^Ttc flttial' 
tint fi^einl ber OUntn @)>Tai^e ungelSufie. 

d) S>a« ^inueifenbe gürwoct tann anä) afS ®u(idt, auf eine 
Reifen obet ©a^e belogen, ober neutral vemenbet, Con einem auf* 
twigenben obei teieitd genannten @egenflanbe geBraudit iMrben. 
6^nlattif(^ ju bemetten ift bie JlttralliDn beö ^Unoorted bui(^ ein 
tnöbttatioe« @sbfiaitti», analog bn oben (c) angeführten. 

Tkete are not natural «venu (Seassp., Temp. 6, 1.). No Aese 
are tiiflea, and mere old vive«' talea (Mablowe, D. Fanat 2, 1.}. 
nett, tkete are not my habits (Colekiook, Picc. 2, 8.). The ar- 
monr, tbat I saw in your tent, are thoie etars, or auiu, upon it? 
Shaesp., Hemy V. 3, 7.) He had commenced a correapondeDce 
with Goethe . . Tkote were great daya of correspoadence (LswES, 
G. I. 240.). 

2>ie Suebebmmg biefer Sttraltion auf bat {lerfEnti^e Ifünsort 
^t nt^te SbtffoIIenbee. @ie toiib in bec jftngßen @)>ra(^e feUenei 
ftsgetroffen. 

If I do Bveat they ai« dropi of thy lovers (Shaksp. II Henry 
IV. 4, 3.). Then tkei/ are my eara That muat be tortured (Bbn 
Jona., Foet. 3, 1.)- Oh, they are thoughts that have tranafis'd my 
(wart (id. £t. Min in h. Hum. 1, 1.). Fatbor criea .. . „Hold 

joor toDgne- Tkf ^^ee tears of laoghter." (Tatlor a. ^adb, 

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Sitfc XttniRwn gi^Sit f^n titn frfl^citK 3cit (O. 3%»« un Ften 
arme« (F. Floughh. p. 396.)- Thete am waaAft vreikü wrongth vt 
the (CoTuiTRr Htst. 1841. p. SOS.)- 3>a« «sf. ftimt bicfc SttraftiDB 
nit^t, tf Wrtomfact baS Eßnitniin be* Sancoi» al< SnbjtCt. ^ ii Md 
oorde (C.EDi(. 1781.). jK« sint ])ä bebodn and dömtu and lags (Lkttt. 
26, 46.). /flt Tai god cyning (Bbovulf ed. Thorpe 32. cf. 17S1.). 
pät Tnron |ii nreetan sdpn (Sax, ChroniclB, ed. Ingram Lond. 18XS, 
787.) 
e) ©0« fraßenbt gürtooit erft^dnt fufejlontibiTt in bitrtttt anb 
inbiicTtet ^Toot auiS) als SuiiHt; bic Uuterf^iebe b<i SStbctititttg 
bei; «njetneii gomten bt^tiben (■!. 2!)ü. H^ '■ there? (Shubp., 
Macb. 1, 3.) tVkat ia there I ibonid fear? (Bowe, J. Sbon 5, 1.) 
Wktther U grentor, tbo gift or the altAr? (Matth. 23, 19.) IfUdI 
of yoa all iiiBpecta that ba ii wrong'd? (Addib. , Cato 3, 6.) — 
God onlf knows wio ib a hypocrite, and into ia not (Stmiik, Tr. 
Shaody 6, G.). W« 'II i«e tD&iek U the itrongeft, yon or I (Goldsh.,. 
Bha Stoops 1.). 

^cfe anf bn« 9gf. ittifiitgt^bni gihwiitn Uf/xat QbciaK ttitbn. 
Kttt. WkUhe of ehern wan the looe, And uAo tb« stjUeite tfmbjr brak? 
(BicH. C. DK L. 4^8.). But kIib oe irist loAfcAe for byr did fi^t (Ipo- 
MiDOs, Weber JI. t. 1899.). Ilflf. fe« bigd hi? (Thoufk, Anal. Load. 
- 18S4.P. 106.) HvlU ia heflgoit mannam on eordan? (ETniCi.i.BB, Scfipaa 
a. Bdcerai 1850. p. 41, IS.) Bvylee 'a |ra gelle, «ce Dnbten? (Pa. 82, I.) 
£vä^ is mftre? (Math. 23, 19^ Wlueh trat hn Onslifl^ )DgId4 
aa Ht Stellt bes mt^i nnb mi^i Mtbifingtcn whether. 

S)n ®u6jcn6raftu nhe tritt ntd^t Ititflt, bcfonber« in t»)HiISr(c Scbt. 
alt ble SttÖt beS otliquen Aa|ui. „Yield the«, tbief." — „Tq wAof 
CO äiee?" (SiuKSF., Cjmb. 4, 3.) Aod heraldi aticUe who got uAo 
(Bdti.., Hnd., 3, 3, 481.). WJi9 faere w« gol heie? (Smollit, R. B*nd. 
23.) 1 . . aaked, „uho he called foot?" (IG.) Wha iliould we &nd 
there bat Eostache? (Marbyit, P. Simple 3, 5.) Oft ftt^t «ho onf ebtt 
mu^folBcnbe ^TSpofition bejegcn: Who joia'gt thon witli? (Sbaket. 
I Henry VI. S, 5.) Who doea it come. from? (Goi-wuc, 0. N«. M. *.). 
Who can he tahe alter? (SHEBm. , RiT. S, 1.) Who the deril ia be 
talking to7 (4, S.) 6o an^ baS btir4 «Ter Mraffgnndnnte Sfimwct: 
TPAoMevef ;oa tak« him to be, he ia Ajax (Sbaksf., TroiL i, 1.). 2>te 
ScrtonfAnn^ ba Jtafne ifl bcr AafnSwrtDM^fcCnKg bei tJOfBnfl^o 9^^ 
Msrttf l^nlii^. dm 91tt. finbe ii) btt nmsclt^rtt iCtrtatif t^g : )VA«yM 
i« thi« Ure ladj ThM thoa hat Mt at met me bj? (Sbdtx SjioKa. 
Weber HL t. 3i7l.] snh bitfn Strtaur^imn »lirbc malt abn mft Un» 
m^t gBQc wmxt^fttn, in bmm bat fcagenbe g^ihwott in tincr SÖ^« 
tonft^ianfung als Objctl «net ^au^tfatjeis nf^etnt, n>A^rtnb cS im Steben* 
\aijt alt Keminatlu nnjatntnr (at: Whom do men eay thet I «mf 
MATTa. 16, 13.) Sitft Snf^ranruns fft BtrriH bem Kaf. Rgcn. SvOeM 
tecgad men t>ät ij mannea aunn? (ib.) f. abieltibfaft- 
^aS iti&ttliUft ^ftruort. Wo eS aHtinflf^nTb anf rinnt <3iA' 
ftatiticbcgrilT beutet, lann tiatfirlit^ oud^ bie Stellt brt SnbjÄd 
Btrtreten. 2)0« m^ett f. atjeltibfoU- 

^uä} iitt tritt bie SertiK[^feInna ben who mit ^hom ein. Sicfl BefAii^ 
namenilii, idd who Patt b«e ÄHnfati» beim 3n|initiD ftt}jt, mb bem 
legiff^ Siubjctte beffelbtn glei4 fte^. Cade, tcho aince I beard to Im 
diicomGted (Shakhi-, U Heory VI. S, 1.). Dune Katare, tiAo I belien 
to be a Tery cleter midwjfe (Miahvai, J. FaiChf. 1, 1.^. Vu^ tsitl 
ttmstlt^rt ber oblique Salue an bie @leICe be« @ubteRcB: „Buw? dq 

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viTe?" — n^T) ^t «Amn, I äuBk hMren, ii an honetl woata" 
^auuFfl U«a<. for M«u, 3, I.). SRt^c Mifcntttt l|t birt in AttqMntlt)' 
(1^ imj^ thuk: Belial cun« UM thui inftom • spirit mors lewd Fell not 
tttm HckT'D (Un-T., P. L. 1, 490. cf. 2, 299.). Juhud of muÜTe 
dogi and Clin, Thso wAom thoy 'ts Ich hniiiaiiitf (Bun.., Hod. 1, B, 
1114.). Bowird, tbui u>Aom knigbi wu dctst dobb'd, more bold in 
£ght (Scott, Lut Uinatr. 5, 5.). Onr Noitliiuiibiüui thisrei, than 
vhoai DO men who live &re moie vindictive (R. Boy 10.), SDtcft Vtl' 
Mi^fElinigcii finb betten ber fragenbni günnertnr anitlog. 
Ö SJafe oHe anSeflimtnte jJürttSrter, iirfoftin (Ib fntjlontibirt 
t»rbm, au^ al9 @ubjeftt ttntretcn, (ebarf itmtS SKitcrtn 9!ac^* 
torifrt. 

(Sine SeDirchina Vrrbient icbo^ bi; Scjtt^nuns etneS un> 

tEpimmten ^erfonalfubjettefl buti^ rme nnb anbere fufefli« 

tnirte Ofgriffe. 3)ieä one lattn ald ganj aUecnirin gefa^ tcnben: 

One doea not know what maj bappen to tempt oue (SouTHsair, 

Oroonoko 1, 1.). All contribate to render bim (Uomce) ooe of 

those rery few aathon whoin one nerer tiras of reading (Blair, 

Lectorea). W»r U ft Tiolent trftde : on« caaDot alwsyg FiniBb oae '■ 

Work by soft meaiu (CoLERiDas, Picc. I, 2.). One »ees tlwt yon 

thiuk witb üb (Thackeray, U. Eamoad 3, 10.). %uä) lattn kn 

KtbEnbe eine fceflimmte $erfon babut(^ anbeuten, nanittttiiÄ^ ji4 

felbfl: Ma; DR« hear her ntune? (Sherid., Bit. 1, L). 3m @inne 

bed eeialIgfmetneTlui one lanit man aui^ meu fubflituiiren: So thaj 

weal up, and Bt:arched tha land from the nildemeBS of Zin unto 

Bebob, Ol men cooie to Haniath (NuMB- 13, 21.). Dugdale bnd 

fallowed to Ute grare, drivan mad, men said, by tha Fnri&a of KU 

BTil conicieuce (Macaul., H. of E. II. 53.), loonebtn fi^ ttma 

people unb folki finbet: PeopU say yoa onca lored-your coaiin 

(UovOL- Jkrrold, BubbIcB 4-). May [ nnt be BufTei'd to under- 

atand, tbat /oU« are tirad of aeeing Tbe sword 'b bilt in aj gr»<p? 

(CoLKBiDGE, Ficc. 1, 12.) Uebei bafi ä^nlii^ gebraiit^te they f. p. 10. 

9II(t biefe gönnen ttniften auf filterem SSorai'nBf- '^"^ ^^ ftdli^ 

mi^\itita%üdf mc^i qc tk Ue^Iet^Biii; , »ic tS andi noi$ jc^t Wtlommt. 

©wt Pnbet man rt au^ seraOfltmeinert: Oane apake in myn eers «ondet- 

foUe talkjng (Town. M. p. 144.). Me, mon ift bagcgen itn ViU. Üiit 

tä KoBERT or Gl. uhtffli^ gcbian^t; ee finbet fl4 f^on im ^IBf. pet me 

nom BcDKeit, aad t>ei me band Bangeat (Lajah. II. 270.]. Sant^tn 

Rmi ober bfT @ingntai man, man noi$ ^Sn^g im Sefitau^e- 91tt, For 

•um Mith . , Wimmen balh ever «elcoulh (Alis. IUI,). Unb iitt ift 

in Bgf. a^^nli^: Me man EÖgde (Beut. 2354.). pär mon BygeltUs 

däh (4638.). Maa acrjdde hine (Gen. 41, 14.). Slea man ^one 

le^aan Titej^n (Dealer. 13, S.). 

S.a)fr 3nfittiti» alfl ÄuSbnirf bcr S^fiätigfeit über^auirt fle^t bem 

BSftraden ©ubpanlic auf ing feinem SQJefeti nadj na^e, unb lann ba* 

Jet (wc^ ©itSjett «ncS ©oje« »erben, f. 3nfinitiB. 

t^artiTeln, ©a^gfieber, ©a^e, wenn fic jnm ©egenpanbe eiltet 

Hrl^W ßema^f »erben, ntüfToi ebenfaß« 'aU ©ubjettt aufgefaßt 

ÄOTea. 2)ie Äuöfage lann ^ier t^titS bafl ©tcfflic^e be« ©ubjetleS, 

feien Sttutfioff, t^eil« ben begrifflichen ©e^alt jum ©egenflanbe ba6eu. 

»atfirfii^ faitn fel&fl ein 9Ienn»o« lebblit^ feiner pofflid>en Ölatur 

Boe^ ©i^egenftanb »erben. 3nfcfem vaviitan, aber au;^ ©agglie> 



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bei onberei "äxt in bn IDle^Tga^I gebälgt werben, ßnnen fle feI6(} bie 
gfejfion befi $IUTal annehmen. Eon haa tha sound oF long o (Mtm- 
BAY.). In Veoice but 'a » traiCor (Btr. , The tvo Foscari 4, 1.). 
No, DO sayi aye; aod ftew« owajr aaja stay (Hahlowb, Lnit's Do- 
miniOD 1, 1.). The best tenns irill grow obsolet«; damnt have lud 
tlieir day (Shrrid-, Kit. 2, 1.). Bartb 'b highest atation euds in, „HeM 
lie lies": And „D«*t to dust" concludea her nobleet iong (VotrHO, 
N. Th. 4, 99.)- I Am hath sent ma (Exod. 3, 14.). A bitter and 
perplex'd „What thaU I do?" Ib worae to man tlian worst neceaaity 
(CoLERiDOR, Picc. 1, 2.)> 

@cl<!^ €u£flantiviningen finb tmina uoigtbininen. VIt^ Do-vel and 
Do-yvtU Möwe noghl dwelle logiderea (F. Pi^ughu. p. 162.). Z>ttt^ 
Dnnn «t jirtKnmiiin Ja parfit Jeven lawe (ib. p. 32S.) u. bgt m. 
7.5>et 5Rt6en|aB tritt ebenfofla an ber ©teile be« ©nbjefte« anf. 
^atü&er f. bie Se^re eom Sa^gefüge.. 

UnpetfÖnnt^e @äge. 

3nt ttnpErfBnti^en ©a^e toivb bteÄnSfage an bafl unbefiimrate 
©utjeTt it gefnUpft, enttoeber teeil bem Stebenben aber^autit bad befttmmte 
Birtfame ©uBjelt nit^t gegenwSrtig ifi, wie biefl 6ei maiirfien 9?atiiter[(^' 
nungen ber gaü ju fein p^egt, ober weit er eö getDo^n^Eitämößig un« 
ter(ägt, auf eine nähere Sefiimniung beffelben eimugc^en. ©o wirb enb« 
li^ ba8 ©u6ieft it ju einer Änbeutunaunb fflbtiirjung uon äupSnbm, 
Greigtiiffen unb 8ert)ättniJTen , beten SBirffamteit BnrjugStoEife bie 
SorfteDung bef^äftigt. "SRan fann ba^in fetbft @ä$e rechnen, in benen 
bae BOBi webenben Aar teorgefießte ©utjcH nii^t aufloefptoien wirb, wie 
bie« j. ©. bei bcm ber gaß [ein (aitn, we((^er mit fti^ felber rebet, mtb 
bar,uni ber Bejeii^nutig be« ©ubjefteS nic&t Bebarf: U ia decreed — ü 
ahall be ao (Addis., Rosam. -i, 4.). Knber« ber^ält f!c^ natürli^ It, Ue 
cfi auf einen au0gefprD(!^enen @ebanfen ^inWeifet: „All, my lord, i'b rendy: 
Here is the koy and casket." — „JHs well" (Bth., Manfr. 3, 1.). Bot 
why sbonld I repeat it? T were in vain (2, 2.). 

iDer gottn nad) unterf^eiben jlc^ biefe ©fige babur(^ unter einan> 

ber, bag fle t^eile intranfitise, barunter urfbrflnglii^ unper^nU^ 

Serba gam ^röbttate l^iaben, t^eitä in bei StuSfage pribitatioe %b< 

ieltibe unb ©ubftantibe enthalten, i^tüi abuetbiale Seftim- 

ntungeit an bad ^erb ber @fifien^ ober an anbere intranfitioe vetba 

Initpfen. ^ie B^t)' '"^ unperfäntic^en Serba ^al fit^ abrigend iai 

ISngtifd^en bemiinbert; fie ^aben i^rcn Urfprung im Stngetfäi^fifffeeii. 

1.3)abet lomtnen junSi^^ ^Jorgänge in ber %tmof))^äre, B^f^ttbe 

ber £Siitterung unb SCemperatur in S9etTa(^t; jur ^ejet^nung 

ber etfteren bientn namentlid^ a(te Ontbcrfonalien, }u ber bet le^teren 

fcefonbeta Unift^teibungen. ft raine, it driizles, it haih ;c. f. I. 313. 

Sa^er au<^ it begiDS to rain 2C., it IB Tainy, foggy, anltry, bot, cold, 

it JB fine, fair matber, it is a glazed frost u. a- It ig dow ioteaaelj 

cold (DiCKXKS, Italy, A Rapid Diorama.). It waa nry gloomy and 

dark weather, very wet besides (ib. To Rome.). 

Sa* einfache l^erb nie bie Umft^ciBungtn »erben fc^on itn ag{. gebrso^: 
Mit rigne and iniTB and atynne (Bbdi, Sm. 516, 17.), Sit {>unrad (BoKm. 

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L ecpanbt^. b. ea«(f... A. »«e enbj. UitiKtlSiiIi^ ei^ 15 

K.). PcOl ha tf veann od iameni (Cod. Exod. 340, 19.). On mmera 
Ut töd Tesrm, and on viotra ceald (BoEta. 21.]. 
2.!fiirtär(i<^ rnib Wnpiit^e Seflimtnuiiöen ber3tife« bealaje«, eon 
batn nni bie eiflnen, abtr feiten, burt^ ein einfat^td un^eifÖnÜt^ed S3tr6 
mlgtbdiilt tceiben. Umfd^Teibungen finb feit ättefler ^ät gelSuftg. 

h dawns. — Will ü nsTer bB dayV (Shaksp., Henry V. 3, 7.) It 
ma broad daj irhea be awoke (Lewes, G. I. i{9.). Il dow grew 
duk (Fai.D., Amelia.lO, 5.). Il waa quite dnrk alraady (DicxKNi, 
Chrietm. Car. 1.). It «u now late in the evening (Macavl., H. a( 
E. II. 11.). 'T ia late (Lonofbllow I. 130.). Il now dram toward 
night (8&AE8F., Henr; V. 3, 6.). It is not noon (Btu., Manfr. S, 2.). 
A ma tbe deep midnoon (TsNNTfloN p. 101.). It was ten o'elock 
(MiCAüL., H- of E. IL 1T5.). It Struck eleven (CoLBMDaE, Wal- 
lenaL 4, 2.). 33ane&eR fle^n bi^iceilen @äQe mit Beflimmtem ®ub- 
jefte; The day dawaed ^Bdlw., Maltrar. 1, 3.)- The dock atruck 
dercD (Macawl., H. of E. 11. 175.). 

litt. On ihe moronn, wliaD it itas light (Cleges, Weber J. v. 335.). 
Vlieiuic it was daylyht (Kicb. C. de L. SISO.). Tho Mt was njght (Alu, 
UM.). TU hil wa» oygh tho njglit (3488.). When it was eomen to the 
^hi (Ajtm A. Akilouü., Weber 11. t. IISQ.). Now it n-axea to tlia 
njght (Tons. M. p. 3TG.). /( diawea njghe the tima of day (p. 998.). 
Jt aeghed neigh the noon (F. Flouhh, p. 435.). Whan it drewe toirard 
Ölt Doon (Clbces 89.). ^albf. TW ],M iä comm tili efenn (On». 8917.]. 
JCt bsnamrlnn ©ubjefte: Site. The ddy da^e» (Tows. M. p. 47.). Sol 
igf. iU Bod) Tntifc einfallt Snba: Hit dagad; hit nfnad, au^ Bit Kfeo« 
kcd (it ia toirard eTeninj;] (Luc. 24, 9.]; pooae Mt dagjan Tolde (Sai. Chr. 
>19,]. Umfi^reilimigen finb gclfinfig: Od hil morgen rea (Exod. 16, 12.). 
Kd I»D Ait dög Tia (S. Gutblac 8.). pi Kit »fen ™. (Marc. 11, 19.). 
pt hjl Tü sfen gerorden (1, 33.). Bit vcard [lä t>{'Btro (Jon. 6, 17,). 
Saea ara Äii ledht tu« (äpoli.on. p. 19.]; au* bei (iln|tti(tet Ktflinia 
ia tagHjdt: Sit rit ^i wä teäie t!d (Job. I, 39.). 
i.^3^cjliininuns nai) -äa^icejetten, SRonaten, Scf^'" "- ^S^- 
bamen in bei Soim einfallet un^ieiföt^i^er 3c>tii>biter ntd^t bot. 

& was at JemMilem the feait of the dedication, and it waa winter 
(Joe. 10, 22.). 'T vru April tben (TENirraON p, 87.). Il waa now 
Korember (Masktat, Val. 5.). 'T was Pentecost, tbe feaat of 
f^neia (LoNQFKLLOw t. 62.). Il was Mondsj night (Macadi.., H. 
Bf E. n. 191.). 

Äle. And U wa» wyrter (Wici.rirz, Joh. 10, 22.). Whenne il to the 
Jiae cam (Rich. C. ob L. 1035.). Tu hit come to domeadaj; (älib. G38B.). 
IM Sgf. itA ltoiii|)Dfita mit liecaii, um bie SnnS^nina einer 3eit ju btjeiti' 
■a: ^ Uf vinter-lÄhte (Sax. Chr. 1006.); (onP UmWni&nngen. Bit via 
tiawr (Job. 10, 22.). BU y» hUig tid (Bio». 10, S.). 
LJUt Äneb^nunn ttS ®e6ra«(^ee unperf&nli(^er ©äfit auf onbere 
Sebiete lägt fi^ Kaum abgienitn. !3)ei @))cac^gf6rau^ gt^t ^ter f« 
keit, afS bic ^uifage ein an fi(^ me^i cbei tceniger feft ^egrenjtet 
€iil^ erfe^ltegen Iä§t, ob« bie Siluaticn unb ber ^ufammen^attg 
Bit Sorflellung babon getnä^ttn Tonnen. SRan »ergleti^e: 

How tu ;■ il, mj lord, to Berkley now? (Shaebp., IUcIi. II. 2, 3.) 
Bow ia 't with aged Gannt? (2, 1.) That it may go well witb tbee 
(DiTTZB. 5, 16.). How fares it with thee? (Byb., Uanfr. 3, 4.) 
Ünkaa the poet kaow bow it ia behind tbe acenea {Leveb, G. I. 61.). 



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it might have fsred ill for Adrian (Bni,w^ Rienzi 5, 3.). 'T ia done — 
bat jeaterday a Kiug! (Btr^ Ode to N. B.) 'T u arer . . mj doli 
«yei CSD 6x thee not (Manfr. 3, 4,). ll looa came to a quaml 
(Scott, Tiilei of a Graodf. ?.)■ A » tlie «ame with commnnitiM 
(Macacl-, H. of E. !. 46.)- ^' " very pleaaant now; ä is daagerooa 
at aea u. bgl. in. 

aitc Thiu hü faiith b; feste unwiie: After mete eootA ariaetb (Aul. 
1127.)- Tt Btandea so with che now (Towr. H. p. 76.}. It iwEjad ao 
mnrje (P. Pi.onom, p. !.)• Mery time At( U In Maj (ÄuBi OtlO.V, 
Mar; Ail ie in fUd and hyde (457.). Bwete hit i* in nuüdenes banr (9574.). 
^l^f. t»iB Alt ferde [mre, wan Ait ferde Kere (Laj^h. IL 43.}. Wd 
wmce Üeiün hu Kit Bculde iwarden (SOO. ). 9g(. Oh Isnoten hit grfird, 
and an lürfesC hit fealvsd (Bokitb. 21.). BQ lange Tjlt [in t«t Ut an 
Jwm bJ? (Ps. 8, 3.) 

fSiat ScmerfuTig »nbitncn ttitjnitgtn un^fSnlic^en @S|}c, in btntn ehi 
(nEbitatictt @abflantib »orlomDit aBS^icnb ttümli^ in anbcctn ©S^oi 
bitfct an bte austnge ben unbtjlimint ßriajtMtn @a(ifltB(n|lanb na^t feinet 
StttrStigutiQ btfümint, tjt in jcntn baS tt^immte @ul>icn \t\W in baS 
!piabifat autgtncntnitn, ]. C. it i» night, It was «Jin/er ic-, fo ta6 it 
(in als tin »oilaufigei Sn^alt fOi bae ^tttmod ftatt bcB ten^ini €nbie(M 
tintiitt, unb tinti Scibotflung btffdiKn S^nlic^ [kÜ. Sieft Stfi^inusg 
bnu^t auf bem Untfianbc, bug ^ciRoStter, •atläit, isic baS Setb bct Sfipenj, 
mit ))T5biIaliHn SStllinintungen aufjutrctcn ^fttgtn nnb bitfni gcgcnilbn: lonloe 
toetbot, tfttilB ttntr (eitlen »eflimmung nit^t tnlbe^ven ju Rnnen \<i>tiaea, 
t^il« einer Snle^nung an ein Subjcft bebäcfcn. Serbft bae angelfä^fllt!^ 
gcBiaudftt ^itt, »ic nud^seuieFm if), hit, obno^I (S (ino^lolc^en @tü^ noc^ 
tntbt^tn tann. pä od mergan dag i>ä( (3. Guthi.ac DJ. pH gesräc ae 
Tind, and veard atjctl emjUnes (Luc. S, !4.). Bgt aiil% 31 ti^tbejeii^ nttng 
bea Sublefte. 3)ae Onglili^e wirFt in bem gaKc baS it ab, wo te baS 
SbMib thero gtbroui^t, UDbu[<^ ba< SDr^ncbnifein eines ©e^tn^anbeS glctt^ 
fam BtrSttlii^t »ii*, toit im graiijBfifien il y a, obiuobt bie Sejit^una onf 
einen Ott ju ineitei; ni((ts als jttr i8e)eii!bnung beS {InnfSlIigcn Sor^anben» 
je ins bient Snii^ bie Ser&inbuiiB beS Berb mit bicfem SbMTb niib guglefa^ 
boS O^i beFvitbigt, roOiiti fonf) eint ®til8e fÜT baS ^eittvort »ntnigt, obglei^ 
biet itittb ni^t immer irn bet @pt^ beS SaQ^ ^t. X>ie fonftis« )>cabi- 
btitM Seßimmung tseittänbelt m ^er in ein tntfi^ebentS Subjett Thcr« 
is a dew. There is no vricd ac aU (Murrav, Spelt. B. p. Tl.). And tliey 
ceaaed and Ihtre was a colm (Luc. S, 24.). iBeitercS [. unten bei b. Ort«- 
abDeib. @(^on im %g\. trifft man übrigens au$ in gSOcn, loie fte ^icE 
bejeil^nct fittb, |ii£r flatt tut an : And fxer veard gevordea mvcol eord • bifnng 
(Math. 38, 2.). 

Serbotptunfl beS ©u6jette3. 
3)» SBiebette^i: beS ©ubjtltee in bentfriben ®a^ iß eigentlich flberon 
ein ^leonadmue. ©ie bieitt aber cinerfeitS r^ttorifi^en ^atdtn, anderer- 
feitS ift |ie in abgef^uSi^tn äBeife ju einem angenteineren @))ia(^ebTaui^ 
geibotben. 

1.3)k ^ieber^olnng bed @u&tefteä buri^ ein unb baffelbe 3Qort tfl 
fleBö^nlii^ ein ÄuSbrutf beS Sffeftefl, «xl^er bie ©ebeutfaaifeit bei 
Sa^flegraftanbc« für ben Kebenben anft^aulii^ mac^t. 

And jieace, o Virtue! peace ia all thy own (Pope, EsBay on M. 4, 82.) 
„'not", Said Sarah, „yes, that would make a proper gown for you 
wife" (CoOPER, Spy 3.). And I, behold, I establiBh mj coreoau' 



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vitk jroo (Oek. 9, 9.). SDtit 3}iH!^bntd tritt ein toiAti^iittt (terfen« 
liifctf gfiriDort &fter an baS Snbe: If nMoaa wen m plentjr m 
Uaekbeni««, I wonM give ao nun s reaaoD apoa conpakion, J 
(Shaxbf^ I Henrj IV. 3, 4.). Teil him I mugt luve iiii>iie]>, 7 (Bni 
Jons,, PoeUst, 1, 1.). SStrflfirhffti lann not^ ein ^nweifenb*« gßt- 
huit in Snbinbnng mit bem toitbn^Dlltit ©ubjcRe brirttn; Althongh 
tt« Ion thst brought ui pain, Tkat ioti but nude ua loTe the tuore 

(TexiTTs. p. 94.). 9iADci(ai bitnt bte SSieberbAbing ber Z>tnUi(^ 
Irit bec Xeb«, iMnn ®ä^e eber längne Satrsmbn bie b^nnene 
X(be IWtnbrt^: Ti» kt, by foni b«p, hafing fonnd Wbsre thiatl«« 
graw on barren gronntl. In baste ht drew bin wespon oat (Bmx., 
Hiid. 1,2, 839.). The Tolbooth feit — for marble lometimea ean, 
Od auch occaiions, feel aa mucb aa man — THe Totiooük feit defran- 
ded of her chaima (Byb, p. 320.). Con onbtren ätebufilitatioiiTO 
iß bei bET STBrterung brr afl^nbetiff^ni SSeioibnuna gel^anbelt. 

9n bn jangerai &pia^ ifl bie i^ert|i6( ^nbeppiuna ^fian ala in 
bn SIttnn, incfelonbtn bte bcr SubfiontiM. S)a( int«ig[i{i^ tieet btt CtT' 
lo)i^I]nig bcT %Bxuiritt, jttnial nai^ eintin etngef^obcnni Kdativlafft: ^e 
Qiat can tu* tTiD« abjde, ofie he ncball bis wjUc betyde (Alis, 4291.), 
Im iU that inijtM, Aa »hal b« mi^wii (Tonn, M. p. 188.}. Ife th>t io 
üeh myrth hava beyis, That im ihold infliv k> mjeh iro (7.). Fs that 
ai here the laat, f« maj be aaTjd if jo fia fatf (4a.) Sn^ bte ffltebnlt^l 
an (Enbe trifft man fi^n ftü^- AI Godji «ake, ia tehe iritb childa, «ebf 
(Cov. Hl«, p. 124.) e<^oit bem «ef. i|l bit aiebtr^rfmifl tnlbefwibtte 
tat gSitDiTtcnt nii^t ungctanfls: Eall |>äc {>» Qt>de rat lU, «otf fiu ")(■ 
gtraneBc od fiain lande on hii IjniBD {S^x. Cor. 1100.). And fni B«tlileem, 
Jndtaland, TitCdllce ne eait fm liit od Jadta ealdram (Uath. 3, 6.). 

!.Sftt bnbteitet in ber {ibigeTen toie in ber Sltetin ®prail)t tft bie 
Serbopiitung Iti tmä} ein (Subflantib ober ein fubRantibtitcA 
9IetiRKDrt oudgebTfidten @ubjettt« DnDtttteI|t eine« )>erfBnft(^en S^i- 
bwite«. 

a) (EnttiKbeT geBt alfbann bat gfittooit b«tan, um jur Xnbentung 
bee mit grtgeTem @etoii^te nnb fflifatx Setonung bem $rSbU(ite 
meiß na^fo^enben 9!ennl3>ortrt. jn btenen. 

Ske evly left her «leepleai bed, Ute fairtit Moid of Teriotdate 
f^coTT, L. MioBtT. 2, 2ö.). What maj i( be, (4e heaof »omni, That 
maaua old Brsnkaoine's turreti round? (1, 13.) Above the lowlj 
plante il towen, Tie fiunrl with ita yellow flowen (LoMOr. I. 
p. 112.). And tkey croie'd themaelrea for fear, AU the kniffkti at 
Canelot (Tennts. p. 72.). He 't a qoeer cnitomer, l\e wm-eged 
tmm, air (Dickens, Pickw. 2, 19.). SDie itf)%l\d)t breitere Kebe 
bc« gemeinen bebend uiebcf^olt gerne baö Serb bei Sjciflenj bei 
bem nai^fclgenben ©nbjelte: Ske wo* ■ «taid lictla woman, wu 
Graee (DicxsüS, Battle of Life 2.). She mu the moit aich and 
et the aame time the mo«t artleaa creature, vom Ihe yovtgetl ISi** 
Ptduniff, that yon can poasibly imagine (M. Chuzzlew. 1, 2.). 
He mu a great Dian, wat Cicero (LoNOir. I. 194.). fbl(^ 
)piib bem 9}enntt>DTte ein bentonftiatibeö gaitsort beigegeben: He 
waa n woaderful man, thal vncle of yonn, thongh (DiouemB, 
Pickw. 2, 19.). 
tM Alte. gtlvII^Tt ja^Iieii!^ «eif|iiele: The way he ihalle yon led* 
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Z%c lyitf of ilta nuD'-krii (Tora. M. p. IS«.]- BM uhe ite taU no 
um her aore 3^ ea,p*r«*te (Ooreuua, Weber IQ. t. 66S.). Aad fliai 
«Ae ipBke, Mü maydm yi'n^ (Lai i.b_ Fiutim 121. ]• Sit «dul beo 
fnl deore abongbt, I%ee iole thal ww in Grece j-vonght (Aus. itä4.). 
Jt eotnmya od a pue ytmd ttema os to (Towa. If. p. 96.). Z%ai 
■r n long tnT7;fti); A« foiele» tbat we caM onC (p. 83.). Lord it i* 
N(he -oB« ttttC we 107 ,(p. ISO.). ^iil6[. And A« iwa dad« lone, /e 
üfiji ^ Danemarhe (Lajav. II. liüS.). Pm Jim ispodden her, PauaU 
and OiUonar (IL BM.). Xla< agf. geftt tuian: 2e U inred, ea^ 
fi«6den, v^nla naldenil (Cadh. 38G0.). Sa ^ m ttUHg« v»r Oüädde 
heotm fotä» ne gimde (S, GKnauc 6.). Mt i« r«lig ^ »dland on 
Tütbaom (Bed^ 473, 12.). ponn« Aj} &1 fcTinde gemoted, ei^ and ni 
eddge i&sl (Cod. EUoh. 102, !,]. 3)it ettHung bc« gfiruertcS unmttttlbar 
Bot brai mtnimettip nti^t ungcBräu^fi^; ^ coro ä« ThtodorB' (Bn>A 
565, 14.) ^Itj. .fie I.uce« [la i^itle (Lajak. III. 90.). 
b) SJtr utngeltitte gaff, iaß önem fu^Ilantbiff^en SHenntoorte fca« 
gfituort fol^t, fei eS uumittel^ac ober nai$ <Sinf[^it6iing bon 
©aggltebmi, gic(t ebenfalls betn Subflantb ein QiBgeree ©etot^t, 
ba eS gun&l^p ifoliit unb burt^ eine mernit^e $aufe som folgenbcn 
Aef(^eben »icb. 3)anim finbet man e^ Bftec im eslfi^tebeDcn 
©egenfatye ju einem anbeten Snbjtlte, obtso^ bte8 leineftiMQed 
bOKt tDcfentUi^ ifl. 

Tour ktubamd kt ü gone ta Mve fkr off, Wbilit Others com« to 
meko htm Iom at home (Sbaksp., Bich. I[. 3, 2.). Tb wibU* 
M«y are fied, tbe commoos cold (3, 4.). — Sing Hiekard ke is in 
the migtity hold Of Bolingbroke (3, 4.}. Tbe Daaphin ig prepa- 
riDg hithenrerd ; Whoce, Aconm he koowa, how we ahall ansirer 
Jiiiii (Jo»M 5, 7,). Vu Lord of hoatt, he ii tha king of g1o>7 
(Pb. 24, 10.). TAy rod and Ihy ttaff, Ikey comfort me (23, 4.). 
Vt» wj/ht it was itiU, and (A« maon it shoiie (Kibke white Gondo- 
line). Tht akipper kt Btood beiide the beim (Lomgfellow L 80.). 
Tht müh a miglity man ü i« (103.). Siefe KuebnuEAcäfe ifl 
tefonbert ber bi^terifi^en erjü^Iuna, bet Sollabe, eigen gebüeben, 
DbtDO^( fle barObei ^inauSgt^t. gragenbe B&bt, in benen m bai 
©ubttQ burt^ ein ))erfen[ici}rt "t^OrtDott hjiebei^olt, erinnern an bie 
entfpred^enbe franjßjlf^e flonftruftion : The b^Hm of Jok», was ü 
trtijn heaven or of id«d? (Maric. 11, 30.) tiis iMcred tkade and 
toVtide, what ii üf (roruG, N. Th. 5, 171.) 

CerWfeben »on ber 6ejei(^neten 2Bieber^D(una ifl bie bed ©ttJjrfte« 
noi^ einem auSgebe^nten ©a^gücbe ober Slebenfafie, )do eS fb^ nur 
baram ^onbrit bo« entferntere ©ubjelt toitber m (Erinneruna gn 
bringen : Maiutho alio, who lired about the üme of Nebucliadon-AMer, 
AaMr being a STriac vord ntually applied as a Bimatae to the kings 
Qf that connby, u Teglat-Fhael-Auer, Nabon-Asser, he, 1 aa;, fonned 
a eonjecttre equsllj absurd (G0LD6M., Vic. 14.). Beico haviog thua 
fixed and enconrsged h!s asaoeiates, befor« he gave tbem hii last 
Orders , ke hoatened for « motnent to the apartmeDt of hia wi'fe 
(ROBE&TS., Hiat. of Ch. V.). 

9ni Site, ift Am( bitfe Seife fe^i ^ufig : ße lyng h» aeade aftor hem 
(R. OF Qi.. I. 120.). BU Kmnet A fie barme Soue fiei liaod atrif 
(Lahotoft L SIS.). Salommt the tage A aannon h» mad« (P. Pi-ocomi. 
|k 48.). Aa ieg^rU abont« n^dMuner Bred<laea thei t^ (HS.). A. 



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mafuti von he li«th no inj3''t (Halt-iwei.l, Freemwonr;. Lona, 18*4. 
T, 1S9.). Ät iKwne Ay( ipradde ftil noniäur wydo (86.). And (A« jr«M 
itHyef of that i;^, T^ey cstb ther aHe (79.), Aman, tht god e^ 
Lt^t/a, ^ (chal com doon fro Ehe akTs (Ai.n. fll7.). Sir Ami* and 
Aal kuedg hright, To bed thai gun go (Ann /. Ah. 1160,). 7V ^otJcr 
^ fewn fe greete» th« ^«ylle (Town, M. p. 186.) jc. 3n b« Smgt 
ttgtgiirt bwfe SBwtm^fnnp l(It«ier: 7%y broÖier Abel, «her i» Äa now? 
(Cor. Mtht, p. 88,). ®it SÖtfbnituttg Wh* ant^ fn brr altra C(j»^ 
MtKtkn buT^ riac rttoae ntitnc Cntfcmnne M grittwrtM Min Saiftftc 
tcrbtigtffi^rt : And jee schulle undentonde, that nur« Lord Jeni, in tlut 
night Ihmt Im mu taliaii, fie tu ylad in to a gard^n (Haükdev. p. 13.), 
San Sgf. ifl ba« na<^ge^catc ))«fFnIJ<^c SIoodtI ni^ fnmb, abwtl}i e* 
(teflgrc im bnn glri^ jn nwä^nmbtn %aZt Mtlotnmt. Mogtet KitM 
and Btliat A< fSMtm, and svj'lci; eic *« .fitEJend eallca nüddanaarde* on 
Tteene Ite färie (3. Guthlac b.). 

Ou frfl^er 3"t toot bie ©mo^n^eit nac^ tiiieiK ottribntiben 
6ii^e auf bo« Snbflantb burc^ tuS )Mrf5nli4c i^anoBrl mit 9}a(^> 
bnid jirrilifjulveifEn neiter betBreitft a\i gegentDärtig. 

7b Zioni jroar God whicb goes before you, he ihfill fight for 
]!oa (Dedtkii. 1, 30.). No man hnth eeen God at auy time; Ihe 
saly bigottem Sott, vliich is in tbe bosom of the Father, he hath 
dMlai«d him (John 1, 18.). 

91b. 7%a tnon that mijte go Ech dai eran« foorti mjla uprijt and 
cte mo, Se b« ichotäe to Iha bexta bcvene . . Como (Wbiobt, Pop. 
Traat. p. 1S4.). No bat ^ ona bigoten «on« t«t >■ ia >ha boaain of pt 
bfii. he h*p tolde oute (Wuxvr», Joli. 1, 18.). Sm flgl. ifl bicc \t^x 
gnrtdlli^: DriACen «dvr« Qod |ie edrre Uteor ys, Ae Gilt for eiSv (Deutki^ 
1, SO.). Se man te ^ ArAtje, he ige healf ^ rite and pU teon 
(Lcco. Mtiaut. 19.}. Nd cft /iäf Judüee fole ]>e Criit oMSgon, nl 
irt he «Tlf <ndde and get>&fode, hg KcgaA [Ät h| ritlad get^fan (TaoBPit, 
AnaL p. 66.). 

3Rit fiirSinein 9ta(^biude teciftt ein bemunflratibtfl gflt- 
»stt 0» l^eber^oliin^ ita <Sttb\att9 auf baffeffie juvfid. .Qn btt 
Botenn ©t^^^o^ <ft bi^ bcfonber« nac^ rittet $&ufung t>m @tib> 
jefitn ge6räu(^li4. 

71« iaeU, tke liroad, M< maOoek aod tte yrate; TS« deep damp 
■oA, tt« ^BrfawM and tke teorn, TA«f« are tfae bagbean ofa win- 
tef*) an (YonNO, N. Tb. 4, 10.). Looit, Aop« and joy, fair plea- 
■na '• iDÜling tnin, Hole, fear a»d ffrief, the fuaiij of pain, 7%««« 
uiz'd with art, and to du« bonnds conGo'd, make and mÜDtain 
tu baUaca of the mind (Pont, Eaasy on M. 2, 117.). 8e(f-reoe- 
TtMce, t^'knavUdge, leif^eotUroi, 31««« tbi'ss alone lead Ufa to lo- 
TsraigK power (TEHKTfloK p. 103.). Coold not AirM, renonon, e»d 
Af free» gtar» — could not tkete lave tbee? (Bulw., Blenii 5, 8.) 
2)u fiten eptaHit fi^t bitfc enftfithmg nic^t ju btbOrfen. Utbrigm« 
fbibtt man f^on int a^rf. ftatt bre pnfSnln^ 6äm»TM ant^ baS bemon* 
^tiW le, ■«<], pH: Se icearpa dedde (Je£d) ^e na forlSt (foi4«t) rti 
ilee ineaB ni hcäne, leä (m) hine genam (Sax. Cbb. 1087.). le Beege 
t6f, pkL ale {)ira f« rff geayhd and hin geriliuid, nüluiiga t>ät «a 
geangaA on hjra heortan (Math. 6, !8.). , 

Sie ba« ©ubitft pdt in ben nnttr a) b) angtgrttnen Sailm MTb^|)dt, 
\t T^ anc^ btc IS(vbo))pIung abjtftiMT ^Qcßimtnuiiam gcBiani^Uf^. S>«^ 
mg man bit bn nUtn Srt tntfijwi^roben »eifpMe Mn btt at>twftli(m 



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ntitnf^ibctt, but4 xatläu jv rinnn Scgriffc rät St^tntPis gtltU triit, 
U!cf<^ in intm ni^t nnmittclbai mitaeboj^t toirb. 9n bnjwtfttn Kit 
t^ tptgfli bcr farnitlen Stri^Vit bcs SfambMtto mit itm ^fnfaltv bti 
Duißtn 31eiinw3i:tn »idta^ nit^t }it nttj^nben, oh bei an bte @)itOt 
geJltHtt Aa|u( nu^ ctteo al6 Slatnuatib anjufc^ ift, nebun^ »tclint^ 
dn Hnatolut^ cntßtbt 3)i( Untnfi^ibuns W allcTbinel nur lineii 
t^ntifc^m Xitrtfi, ba in bn SSiihing bU ScTboptsIung beffdtot fitfn* 
mit btm KnaCoIut^ fibnrin^iinint. 6. attaCalut^ifC^t« eubjtiL 

a. Scij^iiU b« tiflen Älafe finb: They led lur forth, de uR&(g>py /(ut 
CrUlina (Roouu lulj, CaU' alto.). 

Kftc T1>« kfag jaf Atm man; a ja«l, 3V lA« Ueh«, of aflrer «nd 
goold (Bxnni Sjcbb 1089.). We belier« it tor tothe oA« that God 
haihe lajd (Mj^uhdev. p, 1 96.)- Hgf< B* Un dnla lela KCania palded 
^m [w hU gi«fs Tillad ]dc^n W )ioDce (Cod. Exos, 109, SS.jT 

b, H« jTOtitfn filofye g(68roi on: vU/ o(Aer tltmift, by time Ist rA«n ba 
clear'd (SKAKip., Cjmb. 4, 3.). Of SaliMÖttry, who cao report o^Atinf 
(II Hrkbt VL G, 3.). ^or upon es«ry man onti beatt whieh iball 
be foand ia tlie field . . tbe hail ihall come down upon (Asm (Ezod. 9, 

, 19.). Bul my ahhorreiux, the füll tentimail Of my irhole hrart — (&a( 

I haxe slill kspt lacred To my own coTuctaaaneu (Coleiudge, Pico. 3, I.). 

Site. With both hondcn kere j/auleu ier« Out of the treuei (che 

hü tera (Skctb Saceb 477.}. My hart wold breke <□ Ihre Jfy ton 

to Be Aym dy (Tuwn. M, p. I3B.). Z^u bmin xal I offi« i< up to 

th« (Cov. Mtst. p. BS). 0/ hrd ny /ei™, wliBther ho be, Qf hon 

tbon tak« no tnanor of fa (Ball.iw. , Fraem. 9t.). Kgl.' Aad ic {A 

^m ar^Ie p« [lar hjrde Tia call Aym iTt &uede (Ev. MtcoD, 8!.). 

3. S9ttoei[en fintiet man ein biirc^ taS rcUtici ^firtDOtt oDein »ber 

in $et6inbuit3 mit einem ®ub{ldtitiQ Bejei^ntteä iSubjttt Mtmittdß 

(inte t>fi^r^nli^en ^ItmiDTteS »iebn^olt : Thoughts which bow foand 

tAey harbour in thy breast, Adam, mia- thougkt of her to tbea so 

dear? (Milt., V. L. », 2»8.) Only there are law« ogaiDct pspisU, 

vhick it would be better far tbe Und «ere Mey bett«r executod (Scott, 

B. Boy 9.)- — I did mean, in deed, to pay you «nth thia : taJuck, if, 

like an ill rcDtitre, it come nnluckily bome, I break, and you, my 

gentle ereditora, loie (Sdaksp., II Henry IV. 6. Epilogiie.)j otglcit^ 

i^nlic^C ®St}t, )- 9- Whieh rab, if it h*d been obicrred, a neigh- 

bouring prince woutd have wanted a great deal of tbat iBC«Dse 

whieh haa beea oSared op to bim (Hazlitt, Gr. Lond. 1810 p. 111.), 

uoit Orammalttein t)tncorfen »trbttt. StranlaJTuna ju folit^ Ißie* 
bcr^lung gitbl bte ©ttQung itS SttlatiD, 6ei utld^tr baS bon i^m 
gtlrennte vtcb ein ©ubjtft }ur Snte^nung jit btbfliftn fii^nt. 

S)al 9Itt. (iettt Tia<^ tintm fiaembtn gSncntt tifuxiltn tin aBtrfläffigM 
^nfentlpIDnBmnL Eynfc Kchard beibought hym that tydo, W/uü il waa 
beit (Bios., C. DB L. I0S4.). Tboa be akaowe M no man Whider I achal, 
no wbtnea I cam, Ko what mi Dame if be (Amt a. Ahii.. 1876,). SSIf^lii!^ 
mHibc man (imnil ÜlilatisfJlljt julainmtnftelltn , mit: In ilut partie ia a 
welle, t/utl in the day it ii «o cold, that no man may drjnke tbere oflu 
(MAunnEv. p. i.^ti.). X)it St((Sning bit|ei Suebniilnoetft \t^ mau bctin 
.9bjtltibfat}e. 3m SlniniQltfi^cn finb natSili^i aut^ @G^ mit what, btm 
tin it folgt, tDtl^te nit^t bie Stjietung auf bnifelbtn enSaKcsvtff t^ü, 
ntt^t ^it^tl )U Jit^: Mr. Pecluniff, not at all knowing isAof t( might be 
bell (0 (ay (Uickkm», M. Cboialew. 1, 3.). What kt kimtelf did 
not Ikink it apparently KOrtk white l« retent (Scott, B, Boj 



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L Odlnibl^. t>. ^^tt... A. S. euEl- 8ntii>))|)(. b. eubj. 21 

'11.). Tod kind uid affecUoiHtfe fecHngi oin irell imaghte what I tAouti 
find it impoitible A> dmoriia (ib. S6.). 

4X11 eint Setb»i}f)Ittng M «Subjcrirf, totl^c inbeffrn oit bie Kp)>Dfitira 
Ihcift, mug <iti(^ bic SnMnbung tiati mit folf jttfannnttigcfcOlnt SQr* 
Untrt nab dnrf ^SnfonatfiTonomene, an btffm Stelle aui^ nn ©üb« 
gantto trrtnt Iiinti, UtcaifM tMTDtn. lAt ^ü^ammmfitUvia^ mit bcm 
$nfinia(f]Tottomnt 6ff<^rSnrt fl(( bcfonbertf auf ta9 Subjett. 

Mine iiDcle here, tbis earl and / mytelf, Wera Bwom nmto your 
bthar >t hii dealh (Marlowe, Ed*. II. 1, 1.). We will tmnetf m 
penon to thii mr (Sbaksi*., Bich. II. 1, 4.). Fait will tor raza the 
dt7 vall« oantfoe« (Marlowe, Jew of M. 3, 4,)- They thrmtthei 
deereed Their oirn revolt, not I (Milt., F. L. 3, 116.). God him- 
tdf ü up in anns (Marlowe, Edw. IL 1, 3.). Him*tlf, tht hoary 
Smackal, Rode forth (Scott, L. Minttr. 5, 5.). Tbe leene ittelf ia 
ona which req^irei no lugend to arreit.the traveller'a attention (Bvlw., 
E. Amn I, l.)i unb fo im objtfliben @aggliebc: The mniD body of 
Ihe royalijta was commanded by thr King kimtelf (Huwi;, Uift. of 
E. 58.). He recogniaed in him thr King himstlf (Scott, Qn. 
Dnnr. 14.). 

23ie(e Brebopplnnfl, »oBen ännint ÜU. SBtifpirie I. 290 aufgtlflftrt [ml, 
nt^t Bit in« 9ngtlfji(^flf4e, nnb mag jum IBetDeife bce filtere bre ^ic^n 
gt^rigm ^Dvmnr Unn^ mvbnt, tosEci dit iiU(^ Vit btin himBslf tnlffitn^tn' 
htt gonntn me »elf, t>f "if, lu selifo 6«mttftn. ©ofllnt bit(t Eoti»* 
fmntn )u«]l aU pltonafliffte Kt|t(pM, gltii^ anbnen plsonapif^tn EatiBra, 
Bmwn Bxitti' iinlm bie 9t(be [ein toirb, actraii4t fein, e^t |1( ben SSaralttt 
Mn 91inniiiattWii, eben ivtgtn i^r» büupgni Scrbtnbung mit biefcn, evbi'Hnt? 
Cdtfflf^Mi^t Criftjitre finb: Jfi «eo?^ ich wnnio <» Kent (Laja». 1. 361.). 
San idf mid hia tenge he to wode ferde (I. ST.). We iu leoititn oblagen 
ToDed ligg«n (II. 185.). Vi Itlve tre habbet cokes (I. 141.). Ut ttlve 
VE habbet hermeii (ib.). PaU I me sellf Bshh Oodeu Galt (Oh». 12S92.); 
mtnit man »gl. Loc nn ^ »rif/" (4666 ). — p» läng him ttlf fleh (Lajam. 
I 24.]. QoAat Oatt anndaweiE hem jalT Bim telif (Oiui. T4T1.). Unb 
\» P4t f^«» im Vgf. nebnt be >elf ouc^ be . . bim lelf, mit au!^ tinitln 
him iclf aKrin, [. obm @. lO. And he c^dde him lylf ^U (I'^'Ücb andgit 
prre nldan geutnjtie hi» leominK - cnlhtum (S. Babil,. p. 2.); unb tlfbni 
bcn €itb^anth) finbct fii^ gleii^inilgis jlatt seif au^ him «elf: Ac Pilatiu 
^ OS bis dämerne Aym «ef/ tniX ealle >& {jiDg (^t- Kicud. 34.). 

S-San au0gcbt^ntem ©ebritui^e ift bie SUer&xnbuiig bed neutralen it 
old Subjdte«, »o ber ©eaen^anb ber aiuefaQc vMjt ein Slennuctt, 
fonbern ein Önfinitib ober ein ®a( ift. Je bienl atebann tneift 
jRnt bortäu^gen, fritcner lutn nad^folgenben antuen beS ©egenltanbefl, 
ikIi^ bie SDtjteauns befd^aftiat, unb juglei^ jut ätnle^nung fili ba« 
ftäbilatäbeTb, toel^e« befonbet« }u Stnfang beB @a$ee einen 
^t BnmiiTen lafltn »»iirbe. Ibai pmort wirb bafl gramma» 
Uf4c, ber eigentliche @tgenjlanb ber tludfage büS logi|<^e ®u6' 
ittt genannt. 

•) Der 3uftuiti», beffen f^ntaftift^e »ejidöungaFormen ^ier nci^ 

täd|t in Betraft lomnten, ifl feit alter ^ä\ bielfaC^ mit einem 

aroinniatiftten ©ubjette in bet ?ioefle »ie in ber ^tofa »erbnnben. 

•) Ü ge^t geto&^nlidf Bor an: 'T worebcst nothum myaelf (Shakbp,, 

Mach, l, 2.). How hard ä ia /o Aide tho »park» of natore 

(Ctmb. 3, 3.). It boota me not to Üu-tat (Mablowk, Edw. II 

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1, 4.). Uit la Tima (o Atie EtarniQr? (Vodmi^ K. Tk. 6, 227.) 
U wai necessuy lo m*kt a chaiM (Uagadl., H. of E. l. 19.). 
Then ff wu propoMd tt> tnttr WillaUra (IL 167.>. Tl is ns 
dügrscs Ic Amw on old btber and a ra^ed shirt (LoMorxL- 
tow [. 1, 182.). When or bow wai it my pnrpoM fo «IfpJU 
jonr frivndihip? (Scott, Qn. Unnr. 15.) 

Mtt. A u better let hrm in itytle, Tban hereient thkt he yoit 
^iUe (Bicu. C. DE L. US.). Mniy A)( is in balle to A«r« Uia hup« 
(Alis. 5990.). To Ihi crad kit were gret Khftrae To moi« aa halt 
mon and a lame (Bjilliw., Fnemaa, 15S.), For >t were gret rUam, 
bj Scjn Jon, A liggeand man /or fo ilon (Auis a. Ann.. 1336.). 
ia\% SU ii an mine rede (o dtm fiat |>n bede (Lajax. III. 250.). 
ÖeniB« erifpide 6irttl ba« Mgf. Forlen M( i» gOd gMne (6 ftA^/anFM 
and yfrine tS j«i^m» (Boetb. 471, 16.). 
j8) ^enn it beni 3nfiiiitit) itat^felflt, fo fällt auf baS logtf^ 
©ubjeW ritt grBßft« iRat^ltui: To »fand or fall Free to thine 
own arbitreraeDt ü lies (Uilt., P. L. 8, 640.). fDltt mc&r 
©entert iDcifet ein bemonflirattscS gürttort auf ben Önfinittt) 
jurflif : To bow and tat for grace . . Ihat were low inileed (Milt., 
F. L. l, tu.). To doat on aught may leavo □», or b« left, la 
Auf ambition? (Youkq, N. Th. 6, 375.) To gtorr f^ trenaore, 
with inceiBHQt toil, 7Xü ig man 'i province, fUi bit bigbeat 
praiae (7, 447.). 

Site 2b metc nitb hia enmy It w«ro • greatt myichefe fTowa. U. 
p. 138.). Jbr fo tlen hii childer bo fing /< wera « dedU tinas (Amis 
A. Axn.. 2234.). 

Sie iinrocnbung uoii itBtimdnflnitib m ebitlti))er®a|)ttftitnmmig 
ift (tli^TauItti; it gebt mdft nur ba »oiait, no baS @atlUrG tintn 
b«1)pelKu aifufali» forttrt, reooon nun prfibitotiu i|l (f- artufoth)): 
Ood hacb pronoanc'd it dcath lo latte that (reo (Milt., F. L. 4, 427.). 
He Tonnd it inconvenieat to he poor (Cowr. p. lOl.), Trojaii and 
AnEtHiiai nere conUnt to alleviate (he bürden, vhicb Cbay eonaidered 
il impouible ft> renioee (Gibbu.i, Decl. 4.). $gl. oBra 3. Sti bn 
Utngclt^rtm Stellung: And good he »ade thee, bnt to penever« He 
left Ü in tlij power (Uir.r., P. L. 6, 625) I56t ^ baS «nalutu^ 
nj^t f^if »on bn {EBieber^Dlung tu glct^em Aa{uS unterfi^tibra. 

SBä\pu\t aus Stlern: ^tit "flub ni^l fo täuPg, hoä) pnbtl man fd&on 
im ^altfSi^rif^c" at^nli^e«: For ;;if we hü jeomed fo tnm>«n her 
mid Orickon, heo beod uro fülle foond (Lajajl I. 41.). ©« Umgeb^rtc 
©ttttuuB trifft man aui^ im attt., j. ».; And noght to grtven hem 
that grersth bi, God hymielf foibad it (l*. Pi.ouchm. p, 185.). 
b) ©fi(je, »rid&e flt^ an ba« gramniatiMt ©uBjeft it anJt^nen, »ti- 
ntn ^auptfape obet 9Ieb(nf5iBe ftin. Hm .^fiufigflen nnb SRatfltfi^. 
flot pt^t alffljann it an bet ©ftipe bt« ©0518, toie jtet« Vor bem Btr6 
bn Itnflfjge. 

<t) 3a ben ^anptfatfen bürfen Wir ^iet aut^ bcn (lartifeneFen 
©oft jSfikii, wel(6« fonfi aW 9ie6enfi)(} in bafl ©aljflefiige »et. 
filO(i)fen i(t. 7i 18 writlen, He ahall gwe hü nngth Charge eoncemiitg 
thee (Mattu. 4, 6. cf. 7, 10. ic). '7" ii «lid, tkt tloul Pö- 
riiiav do rnoU (Shaksp., I Henry VI. 5. 2.J. For '( i> not 
now ieho'$ ttoul oni bald? But vho btta-t hwtgtr best and eold? 
(Btm.. Und. 3, 3, 353.). Is 't not enough, lot'rt hruit'd tmd 



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UhM (2, S, »3.x Ii«(poMiU«fiHiO(wU bekam n mto Ommm 
(Shouvt, B«d. Bud. 6.). Yet ü ia cartifak, tik« manittt^ wOmm 
MMk tliat ii reaüy excellrat (Scon-, lliartMlij I. 61.). Ym if V 
it trae, Bf mr «n AaMk tf oUtvi «• Rwy J"^* I nm »o perÜ 
<teBaiB. KirowLxs^ Lon-ChaM 3, S.). 9r4 fek tlBri^nntg (enaitt 
MT: Um tateug marvet U ü imid (Scott, L. IGnitr. S, 32.). rbm 
Mmk joar Muster, IAcn, it teemg (Mns. C^ntuveb, Wonder 2, 1.). 
9ci ber Ontnfton ciiut )!i:i21)italioen iBtftianmtng «nb M 3dt> 

Isntct fäQt it tMg: Trae ii, IcHjfrmJy orai'd; &WM rfitodMUita^ 
M •Mbr'd «M^ j>aM (Mn.r., P. L. 6, 430.). ggo Me« feii^ Ut 
SfoS ißf erfi^tint bit atteit^nilu^e SnAiudMitifc tu ter iBngeira 
^nw^ )Me rinc SKtfife: Ha; be i« viU nol bmck yowif JrOim*» 
Ufe (SnAKsr., John 3, 4.). ülaj bap, mf dear, yoii may m^ht« 
Üe fOMg ffirl (Gat, Bagg. Op. 1, 1.). Säem'd to thfi bo]', aoM« 
tomrade <fa]/ Ltd Um forlA to ihe tooodi (Scott, L. Miiutr. 1, 21.). 
Sor lüta / aoy K. (5, 4.). 

S>it ltMterpt|u«S M 6a^ bnn^ b«s gSnmrt )t4t fl^ bonf alle 
6f«i(fi^m»tea : HUt. A* U u vriMn, .B« jaw to A«m (rede (VKn-nn, 
loh, 6, 81.). Wiier ü ii not initen in joare Uwe, IW I My< JM 
Um goddüt (10, 34,); nnb fo 6d tobtlit^ Xnf^unQfll fi^DIt agf. 
ffif ia fcrriteii, Xd/a fAmit n&clan (A.-S. EoifiL. II. 334.). EU «ji 
V tTTiten on edrra n, ^( ü nide, (?a ijm<2 fodojf (Job, 10, 34.); «fk 
^ii^ aiti^ tX)M hit: 0« gchfrdoii [lit . . gecrcdctt vi«, ^« wtrilit-lutmo 
Im {lixrB. 5, S7.). Eft i> ftTriten, od Odn atoTe, .iirurdti ^hma 
yader (A.-S. Hoiul. II. 834.). «ni^ bCT )Mltitctbtc ®aQ, »cl^tt bcK 

llltai(a( iXTtntI, toirb im Site. \a ringdeittt: Schamo ha it tte meora 
m/o^ (Aus, 3710.). J< wu mj |Qrl( A« mu foriay» (Tom, U. p. 
1IÜ.X ^«4 W^ <Ü>4 it: Wondor ia tb» gnmnd may Aam t«m 
{lOM, WS.). May t^da Ac friOi tnir giftca take (Towir. U p. 47.). 
Sita IhMighla lärt heorU harit on Iteo (Aua. (IG.); »ie tmü) Mi 

a|. tin feoi Vnmnnat «btsirft: And \A abna gdasp, {^ hit tr* aeaold«, 
na U&hUtde UAda oi^^m (Con, Exoa. 19, 8.). 

A6c^ geve^tii^ ifi ba« borlSufise @n%ft it M SleeenfS^en 
KntKnfcet, ont ^ättfjg^en vct bon mit Mdt eingeleiteten ©ubftiin- 

tit>[at}C. 'T ia aa inpouible Tkat he '* mdriMH'd, aa he that aleepa 
hare, awiina (Shabsp., Temp. 3, 1.). £ ia k trile but traa obaer- 
ntion, that exempltt vori More forciUy on Ae nütid than piMept« 
(FuLD., J. Andr. 1, 1.). Tboogh it ia truo tiat ow ameegliw ^ biet- 
(cd memory, the Rhintgraee Gol^ritd, wof tomttU^ rmtff/i-lm^ertd 
(Scorr, Qu. Durw. 14.). It waa told Uie kiog of Eg>-pt Uaf fiU 
ptepU JUd (ExoE), 14, 5.), For tt Tepenteth me tAoi i Aom made 
titm (Gks. t>, 7.). U mnat not bo infeired from thü poattion of 
homilitr, tial tke ymmgeil Hin Ptekmff, wu so fmmg IC. (DlOXEMS) 
IL Cbnzxlew. 1, S.). 

SBcnn ber ©ubfiantibfat bec Sntfage bocosfie^t, alfs bit Steife 
M eabjetue »iTQid^ eiimimint, fifleef it bdc bem %oS^a%aab p 
fe^: Tlo^ Ae dtitTVtd a betirr fale waa not queatioaad bj anj 
nawnublfl man (Home, H. of £. 57.); fonfl meiß nui: te, UO eine 
Hbitatioe SejlimmunQ tt9 ^aapt^a^t» an bie <S)H9e tritt: The 
Iriamph of n»7 aod ia — TAa* I «n (Yotko, N. Th. 9, 4S2.), 

pr bic IBenDenbttiig bc« it ber eise» DbicMfa^ gilt bi#I&e, 

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34 3w(i*o 2^ tt«^ '»^ €»m»mt. I. »(«tritt »wtflamiB. 

wd ^Hß^tUi^ bt« C^idtÜttfltihi» baneTtl iß: if jon un mJca 'f 
qtparent 7%at jm JUm tutaf Jbr ut btd, nj huid And ring u 
jonn (Shaup., Crmb. S, 4.). 

3tti aiwigHft^ t|l jmn bt> gramnittif^t enbjft ^ atWEn^li«: 
J( bt&Ue npm & ^J^i, that Maehomtte wm (irtMxb«n (Madhdst, p. 140^ 
Je MOMthe Aat ü Koldt toter« A» erfA« (144.), S>«<$ fc(It cl an«: 
Betm ii Aal hxXa Bale a-ioun bryng« (P. Plouqbm. p, 70.). And 
■o bcfeHo Ihal he tcenie teiik Ute marekandet tn to Eff^t (IIackdbT. 
p. 119.) n. a. Sae Hflf. snumibtte juwt oft hit! t>fc getjilde Äü ^« 
Awailst lobei timu com tö kin (Boktb. IS, 3.). Ae kii Tb beom 
niait mUdd lU A^ Aijr te*oldon feohtan vU heora ägata cynne« 
motmiM» (Sax. Chb. lOfiS.)- Pt BtTemrA U< . . J^ . . >r*rfyfla 
Fu^iViäft (1009.). pt geUmp U( A^t Pyhia* dmum (ib. Introd.). -H!( 
Tü U^fid on ^Mre ealdan « A^ ^na mSjte Att fe/nid a/tleifn (A.- 
S. Hoku.. n. S16.). 3)0^ i|t bit Huetaffuns fc^i gctcB^nlii^: p« I* 
betere ßüt an ptnra Jona foreeorie (Math. 5, SO.). Söd fiing ia ftud 
BCTiM, A« Ontt vOt cf mcedcime «c«nned (A,-S. Hohil. II. 268.). 
Crifto gedahnad fiäl he veaxe, and me />at ia vanigende bea (IL S5G.). 

Statt beS Saraertc« it (ann ein bentonftrative« ^ftitooit, 
btffm ©teQung gugteii^ freiti ifl, nac^brödlii^n auf ben Slchnfa^ 
^intnetfeit: Ilis gnnd excellency was fJti«, that he mal gname (Lk- 

WES, G. I. 4.). "Siiti finbet aui^ Bd bcm C&irft«[age ftatt: not 

' ae are tieo attmder let that grieve bim (Sbaksp., Cymb. 3, 2.). 
Say they more or lees Thnn Uu, Uui happimeia ü hoppiiestf (Pope, 
EuKj OD H. 4, 27.) Vfhy have we doQe bUr. f&al we Awie M 
ImM^ ^ /rom eerving iti)' (Exod. 14, 5.) 

@0 ail<| im Sltcnglifi^nt : Wu not thü b vonder tlijiig, Thal he 
■durel eaUt hymttlf a tyngf (Towh. U. p. SIT.) — WhcnliG kjng 
Kohwd wyKe tAü, 3^a< dod we* Jale* Den»*, Alliu, h« M^de (Rich. 
C. DB L. 60S6.). And that knowa wa wel . . lAot Oittme tn«n lehalt« 
Mjmnai) oj«n (Wj IiwI (Machdiv. p. 138.). 3m 5a(bfa*flf(6ni Wie im 
ttngclffii^flfi^ iß l« beni Snbiclt' unb Olicttfay bic flnuxnbuits bttnon» 
Acatiwr ^menn bei tocittin ^dnflgn, bo^ tntm fie oft o^nt füftlbaR 
«tr^firtutlg auf: Pi* ihcrde Coel />3t iewmaa vat Cuttaaee (Lajah. If. 
S2.). pit iherdan Aidnr . , liat .£idl Ueoene kiog wolda baoa hii 
nDderling (II. 6ST.). agf. /iu me U Mrga miMt, A^' ^rlan> «Mo/ . . 
mlnn« ttrongHcan tut behealdan (CMuit. 363.). Hü ne ii pat t>onn« 
(oia dnl ermdft A^ mo* m4 txErenca teyle culjijan fS A^ A« Aim 
^on (eyfet (Boeth. 32, 1.). Ic A^ gehöre, ßot fnt U hold veorod 
fndn Bäidinga (Bmv. bii.). Va Alf nton Ä'lf A« eO« ByrAlon *unu 
Jee^tu (Ev. Nicod. 8.). 

Sitte ft^i flmß^nlii^ (fcf^tinng, tt)e(t^c }War an eine fi^nUt^e 
franiBflfc^e wenbung eritinert, akti ttic^tS bcfto u>enJgeT auf ocael- 
fä(^f[f4en Voigange beniH <fi bie umf4reibetibenii«bTuct«tDnfe, 
in Ueltber bcm tiom gramniatifi^ @ubitftc it begleiteten f&txi 
ber Sn^enj ein @a(glieb eine« tnodttrlen ®a$t4, otifi^einenb 
al0 nähert Se^mmung, beigegeben wirb, tuocauf bec @nb|lantisfat} 
mit that folgt, cM be|ftn giammatift^ed 3ti4<>i '**• onjitfebeit i^ 
denefl ©a^lteb lotTb fo an eine Stelle oerfett, auf tttlt^e ber ®a4' 
im fSat, unb babut^ iV» ein beut Kebtnben nichtig erf^eincnbe« 
®[ieb l^crooige^oben. 

Xl i> to ;0D, good peopla, Ihat I ipeak (Shaksp., II Hearj VI. 
4, 2.). h uMu not tili tke eigkteenth jw of lus rsign, Aal Dio- 

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cMia» eoald b* pertmded tjr Oalerhis to begi'n ft genenl periecntion 
(GtBBOS , Dcci, 10.). By ileep it it lAiU Htaoen myilerioHtlf com- 
MMiei viU Ue oreaAwM (Bulw., Bieaii 1, 8.). 'T it Tor this, tboa 
Silent Kivcrl Thal my ipirit lernt b> Am {Imsov. I. 110.). Awo* 
bj him Ihat monej/ wat coined (Macavl., Hiit. of £. l. 28.}. Then it 
waa Aai Ikt eommoa law rot» to Hu dignity af a icUnee (I. 17.}. 

Site Iq {>e tjiati bitrcDB Abraham & Mdjk) it teoi, ^t men com« (o 
£>9ofenä (H. or Gi,. I. 6.). Hyt it in the dejd namc (Auf I tpeyka 
[AuDAs, Weber UI. t, SH4.). Bow ü i( that lAe modyr o/' Ood me 
rMe cMM foT (Cov. Myst. p, 1S6.) Offttc ift it «Sgenorfni: Hon ü 
fW hit queHelh «lenf (Wriqiit, Pop. TrMI. p. 13S.) Wben lea« tiutt 
AoH in priton uael (Towk. M. p. 31S.) (altf. fiarrh whatt Ut Patt 
pv enaumuf mtl (Obh. 1^800.) S)a< Hgl. HTtDaBbclt baS grammatilt^C 
Snbitft in baS S>tiiiDn|lTatib (b(tn fr. c'cai . . quo fi^nlu^) ob« wirft tt 
gnq ob: /> fiHt for micel gccjmd ^f drum Itchotnan cymi tau hit 
mtigtn of ftaia mete ß« v» picgad (Bokth. 3i, 11). ßät rät on [rone 
UüDaadig aßer Bca Marian müsBe fiät Oodvine vüd hü tcipum to S6d- 
gereoree beeon (Sah. Chk, 1052.). — For {»ain ftiogum vät diu fi/ll *e 
tCm Catuhtt hine gtbetdg (Bobth. 2T, 1.). Sit 9[ufbt^nung bc< @c6TllIl4e« 

bit{cT tltnfi^Ttibung gt^Brt, nie ini ^anjSfifc^tn, bn nnintn 3(it »n. 

S^hrb ba« ®ut>j(tt cintS Sa^td fef6tt but^ Umfc^rcibung ^et' 
»Tge^obcn, fo tritt iiad) bemfclbtn ein Üb jcftibf a$ «in, in »tl^cni 
bd< Tctolioe günsort nit^t mit bctn grantDiatifc^ii, foiibtrn mit beut 
an bi* ©tttle riner ptäbifatiMn Se|limntun^ ^rtrrienen (cgif^ 
@a6i(!te longruirt, »tlc^m bur^ ben 9b|tftii>fag fein ^rSbitnl 
gegeben toitb. S)a« ^ah be« bur*^ bie Unif<^reibung entpe^enbeti 
jpauptfa^ tongTuiTt bagegen mit bem gtammatif^en ©ubjefte. 

It it i Thal all Ihr abhorrtd Ikittgs o' Ihe earlh amtnd By being 
worae than they (Shaksf., Cymb. 5, ö.). „Villain 'l ü thoa that 
rebb'ti me of my lord." — „Madam, '/ it you that roh me of my 
kfd" (Marlowe, Edw. II. 1, 1.). /( w God Ihat girdttk me wiU 
OrengA (Fs. 18, 3S.). It wu DOt £nf;1and Cbat declared tiax Grat 
(Cablyle, Frencli Bevol. 3, 2, 8.), H« il loat, loAoi« guile . . Je- 
ceni'ij The matter of madnnd (Milt., P. L. 1, 34.). Il it not 
erer)' yenng pöet wAo cbb 6f fo ecn/y ditconraged (LkWES, G. 1. 52.). 
Bat it it only the plebeiana tsAo intt rüe^ (BuLir., Sienzi l, 5.) 
A ü tbii wbich in later ysari p«rpl«xed bis jailgea (Lewks, 6. 1. 92.). 
lui^ Söge IDie: 'T ü not tby «eatth bot bor ttat I esleem (Mar- 
lowe, Jew of H. 2, 2.); ober mit auägetaffmem relatiuen gflacmorle: 
'T wat men J laek'd, nnd you will give tham me (Sbajcsp., 
n Henry VI. 3, 1.). T ii tbee 1 /tar (4, 1.). Say it it me tiou 
»aftt mtd fearttt? (Btb., Bride 1, 11.) gel^ven biefer Xrt bec 
Unfi^i^uiiS an, in hKt^ her, tbee, me al9 9iominatiOe venDen^ 
bet finb. 

Sa iUtercn englift^ Gtnro^e iß bttfe Umfc^retbitns ni^t ganj fvcmb: 
/( it oaght I that t/udd do that dedef (Tüw>. H. p. ISO.} /{ w 1 
Ihat dede hgm kyUe (Cov. Mm, p. 391.). /< ü >a apirit ^ quykaneß 
(Wto-tren, Job. G, es.). Etm angdfa^fift^en iji fit f«mb, iiiioffcn tiet 
tte Hnfe^nung bte 3!tT6 an btS grantmittiii^e Subjtlt unscISiifts ift- -^s 
yt ^ ilt«r me tAreaid y», le nb gevardcn befontn me (Joh. 1, 27.). 
OdM M M |ie geliflü« (e, es.). Min fäder <■ [lo me vuMrad (A.-S. 
Bowu II. 3S4.). Sine Sonfbniltien tete hit i« ic t^ btm Ssf- unbtfannt 



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tmb Mttwuibtlt fid^ Bidoicbi in ie Ut «am. Site cnfltif^ RStift ip bti 
ncufiatijSfl^nt onalM, bo^ nii^t int Hltftonjafifi^ ficgiflnbct. 0. tnctiK 
eigsto; bn nnifü. etit. 1. 160. 

Ibidf aniata @ä^tii tonn ba8 gEommatifd)e @uGjtTt jur Seite 
tieteit, loie beta iiibirelten grogtfa^c: It might, iadeed, well be 
(loabtad , whtiker Ihe ßmett wüo* amaag aii (Ae orderg af fitr »tatt 
coidd avert tie eommo* daager (Macavi,., Bist, of E. 1, 60.). To 
Ute king of FrMtce il tnattered Utile wUci q/' the Iwo EnglUk par- 
Ue» tnutnpked ai lit «factum« (U. 1S8.). ?Ii<^ (Utbere ifl ber Qall 
anjufet«!, n tcd^em it bei On^It eon «oubitionalffif^en 
mb jtonctfftbfä^cn jnfanuneii^gt : Ii U na matter ^I do hau 
(Sausp., II HeniT IV. 1, 2.). If mfwb treaJiU, 't ü at auch ft 
tight (YooNO, N. Th. 4, 791,). ^ I pUast ymi m ttif t^ür, 'I m 
all I deiire (Srebid., BW. 3, 1.). ll U no wonder i^ Gotthe ha» 
oa tUi aeeomt been aeeuaed of setuiiäUg (Lrwes, G. L 13.)- What 
recka it, thovffh Ihat corst ihall lie WUkin a Ihing graptf (Btb., 
Bride 2, 26.) ©elbfl 2:em))oratfiSt ' M"t f1^ mit bem giaiif 
motif^en ©ubiettt it: T is Mldom, H'i«« (i« 6m dotk Urne lur 
ttimb Im Ihe dtad comon (Shakbp., II Henry IV. 4, 4.). T i» 
mach, vhen ictptfet are ia eküdrnii kioidt; Dut more, Wlien tuvy 
hrteda amiind divüiin (I Hkksy VL 4, S). @ä|;e fol^tl Hrt Ktl' 
Ben aiu^ täA ObiettfS^t von it ]&egleitet fein: I AoviA &ow take 
«f Ol k greater fkrour, {^ you haittn the honrt (Goldssl, G. Nat. 
U. 5.). 

%\ii) bie Sttnc S^ia^e ^ot Vt^nlii^ an^ntKiftn: 7( «er« mj detb, 
Jff Jaoob «eddetA in lynd af HeUie (Towtr. U. p. 44). 7/ Aa toi^ 
faM, it wyl bs Uraango (Cov. Mtit. 2S1.); »» bcm Objtttfa^: Dune, 
thyak it not ylle T/iy knave ^ I Ij/Ue (Tuwh. M. p. 14B.). $oIbf. 
Kd iü ii machcl leod-lcome jif hit tcal tau a-liggt (Lajau. III. 45.). 
Xgf. Nil hit nän Tandoc fiedh fiu. i^ göd and tc j/fd (Pa. SO, 6.); 
nnb mit f>äc obev t>lB für hie: ^at vü Tide cM hü he hia da^ geendode 
(Sax. Gas. 946.). pi pii ct.a rta . . hü fiil Mre geffirdon (1O09.). 

Snatolut^if^e« @ubj(ft. 

SBenn ein Slomiitatio an bie @pi$e beS @a^ti tritt nnb a(fl ba9 
©u^teft ffir btt Hu^age erf^eint, tuä^renb bie fRtbt ibn uwitn^ii bun^ 
ein SQnsort in einem anbcren ffafuS (an^ alt ^offeffie) tciebtt^It unb 
in bie ffonfhuttion bttfli<^t, fo ift ein ^natolut^ »or^nben. 3)ec 
@ranb biefed Stnufolut^ ift tei, bag ten fftebenben ber jWnfi^f) ^nannte 
@tgenftanb bauptfSi^lif^ befi^ftigt, fo bag er i^n jum Kläger rtneä un< 
boKcnbctin ®a^tS tx^tit, beffen $räbi(at unter bn ^orm tinee neuen 
6aee3 »er^at ifl. Oft fie^t i(ne9 f^einbare ©uBjeft wx einem Äela» 
tiDfa^e, U^tn 9toniitiattD ats @runb einer Stlrattioii bed i^m bdian* 
fle^enbtn SlennuwrtE« mitjuiDirhn fi^cint, 

Rüther proclaim it, WesCntorelainl, through my host That he whicb 
fcath no stOBiach to this fight, Ltl Um depart; hit ptuiport thaä be 
made (Shaksf. , Henry V. 4, 1.). He that curseth fäther or mother, 
Irt him die the deaih (Matth. 15, 4.). My tord constable, Ihe armaar. 
thnt I MW in your tent to-niglt, are tkote stari, or tans, upon Uf 
(Shaksp., Henry T. 3, 7.). T ia certain, tbat raery mm that die« ill, 
Iht m it upon hit own head (JoHS 4, 1.). Üe^M«, mrime, inOh, WkH^er 

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M i»B * Uemmy — Jretäom it Ihm phjgt of nS (GoWT. p. 9.). 
Hif yony Md tyg« KMti — ■ lämiMilalNM it fureign Ut itt iabiU (C(X.I- 
UDGK, Picc. 1, 3.). Bat Mt, the chisfUio of them «U, Hir «mW itMy* 
T^tmg M Ü« M>U (Scott, Lm* Uitulr. 1, 7.). SSie f!4 ber S^uninatiQ 
nii^ fnnntll vom JD^itttöfafuS unterf^btt, ^c^t t4 iai)\v, ob man bte 
8Rto)>|>Iung be9 obliquen JFafuB obn b<ui Xnolelut^ annitnmt: 3fy- 
■oUe falktr, Thrae times to-daj i Ae^ im fo jU* kort9 (SHAKSr., 
n Henrf VL 5, 3.)- Ni>ii ofi U< ptc^lt Üiat came out »e» circamcUedi 
bot oU Ue pfople that ikt« bom in the wildernetf . . fims tittf had' 
■Gl äreumeürd (Jobb. &, 5.). 3n SSQui, toic bicf^ iKtrb man ft^ )UT 
Ssaa^me bcfl Slsatolut^ nrigm. 

fRVbm an. Be thät berethe th« diamond apoa h'rm, ti jtBtthe hym hardy- 
M*m aad aunJiode (hLtcsDET. p. 159.). He [hat can hii tlme abjde, AI 
lat wiOe Um idial bytyde (Ai.ra. «SS.). 9(gf. ^<1 I>c God lecead, na ätpringtA 
Ana itän ^Sd (Ps. SS, 10.). Oyninga horivealh, ss ^ him niEge gueren^jaD, 
^ vaygld büt tvä hund laU. (Leco. Ikak SS.). VicrieiU »um and toh- 
Iffig, Btm>-Kidd and angetrcdr, [>1U n« y^tt 6ni (Con. Ehoh. S43, S4.), 
ti^nc flnafohrttioi, in btncn bcT btin 9tomindlis folgenbc @a^ bot fi^tan 
entjctt QbtT^ut)! iti^ ttitbft flufnimmt, finb im 9Itene(jf<^tn ni^t {(lim: 
tat ka Ihat ilojl yong or old, It ikalle be ptmyihid tevenfold ^own. M. 
f. IS.). We that weie bacTCTii <?od hath lent a eAüde (Cov. Utst. p. 80.); 
kie in Vgj. Se «um {» ül läm ^rrdang« täfbran hi» hUrorde fealla , . d«Mi 
>ä *er«ya g *a forgyveae (Leog. CxÜt. I. B. 1i.). 8t fe flUagea raote geTjrc«, 
woUa ae eynw^ ftüM fridti (ib. 12.). 3)tm (Stritt nud^ loitunai OfiQc 
(Kfd Stt Sftcr einem tonbüiaiKUtn Gaigeföge gfei^ 

Ktielaffung btd ®u6jetld. 
3)a icbct @j^ o^ne ©uBiett ^altlod ttSre, fo barf bic Sorlhnung 
btffclbcn nirgcnb fehlen. SQenn alfo %ier tine Snibfe borlommt, fo 
■u§ fi(4 jn bem ^räbifate ein uc^Kefannteä @u6ieFt lei^t ergäujcii 
laiyen. ÄK Sdipfe i(l a6et bie Stficfbqit^uitg eineS 3'>tiDorte9 auf rinm 
Miange^ben, toenn aii6 entfernteren @egenf!anb ni^t iu betrauten. 
Siooitlic^ bOrfte aber au^ bie 3ti(^lbejeid)nunQ bed ©ubjerte« btirt^ ein 
^nfönfidfeS ^ilrtoort nii^t aii eine iKeQtaffuns beffelben angefe^en wer« 
ten, ba bie Serbalflepon urfptflnfttii^ ba« ijürttort einfi^tiegt Slat^bem 
flter bie Hfiff^teifung ber gtefionSenbungen bie ^^^onalformen junt 
3:^1 gan) unfenntlid) gemalt ^ot, unb ber äQaemeinere @^ia((gebiau4 
fidr ber tfßnsEilet afö rfltfbeufenber ©u^ielte cebient, fo erfc^eint bei; 
SBegfaQ bcrfeTben, too er nit^t, Icie beim Om^atiu, boIKt^Qmlit^ geblte- 
t« ip, me^t ober miubtt al8 ffittiiife. 

l.a>ti 3mpeT0tiB bebarf tro^ feiner Berttifdjten gteponefbrnten bet 
OnteTfUt^uitg be0 gfirtuorte« nic^t. @etne etioaige SBejic^utt^ auf bie 
{iDcite $etfon ber CEinjal^t teiib nnr oxa anbemeitigen ©a^befUni' 
mungeu Ifar. 

Catt off yonr armonr, puf on scariet rabes (Uarlowe, I Tunbor- 
UiEe 5, 2.). Drink, geotlemen, maie frea (Sherid. Kkowlib, Hunch- 
back 1, 1.). Äff))»« not at thy lot (Byk., p. 308.). 

Daneben ift iebot^ bit SSeibinbunj bed 3mpei:atit) mit ber juieitcn 
^on beS gfincortee ni^t ungeiaufts, felbfl b3enn lein 9ta^biud auf 
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Then $it Aou down, dmne Zenocrata (Haklowe, I Tamborl. S, 2.). 
Vtx not ttoH the poet'i mind With thj ihaUoir wit (Tcmnra. p. 41.). 
Siitg y» Üie Lord (Exoo. 15, 21.). 

Hni^ ip b» St^frf 6tibti KuncucfftocifEti nt<^t ungtUS^nti^- 

Praise yt the Loid. O give tbtnki iinto the Lord (Ps, 10$, 1.). 
Bring rosei, potw jre «ine (Mhs. Hkmams p. 12.). 

'S>\t\t \xait}a.äjm 3tiebniifmiKif«i unb i^r ^täi\t\ jic^cn (1^ ani^ bnni 
bofl aittttglif^e, no fi(^ jum X^tiC nD<( bti Singutar eom ^utnl btS dm* 
fXTltiV nnttrf^bft. Hii hit Ihi wilie, «onini« «nd nls (Wucht, Anecd. 
p. S,). J^mth, loTdyngc« (Wuost, Polit. S, p. SIS.). J« thst wolen 
■bide, fufrielA (p. 324.]- Ptag Ihou oot bat with (hy per««, N7 ti^ rAou not 
al tb>t thoa herea (Halliw., Freemu. TS!>.J. Jfournfl nofcht, Uede, N« 
DUijte tAou no «orwe (F. ri.9UGEU(. p. 14,). WiUi the Sowdan Ihoa »uti 
th; peil Take trewu (Rich. C. i>k L. 689S.), @c^Dn tm 9gf. ftnb tcibc 
XBeifcn Qbli^: i'ä/a |>tne nSxUn, and hala t>lne fedad . . L^ad eövn 
f^nd, and düd rcl fiain {je eär yfel ddd (Math. S, 43.]. 6f^i gOoS^uIit^ 
j^ bie tJetfcinbung bte Singutai ntil ^a: Se tled fiu. Ne tiala fiu, S» 
läge /tu leise geriteeese vid {linum nehetan (Lkcc. JElfb. S,}. Biil vät /m 
(Math. 27, 29.). 3m ^Imal finb e« bie für bra Smpetatio flrttam^tn 
genncn auf -on, -e, tDcIti; bffcnbne gc ju fi$ nc^nun: Ifelion g« Tesan 
iTylcc leise licctterRS (Math, 6, 16.). NeÜen gt eocnoitlice beÜQ jinb-liT- 
digo (6, 31.). KObbe gt gotd ne leolfer (10, 9.]. 
2.3ii iKcfoiitii^en @ä$tii ft^tt hit/toaita, }uma( in bn nat^fdfflgtren 
Umgan(|<Sfl!ra4'i tufl Sii&tflt, eoijugewcife ab« bfi brr (Einjagt t>t* 
3«itn)ertfl. 

!Di( elfte ^erfon uirb o^nt I einjjefQ^Tt. 

„Can not aiag." — „Priihee, Hcrmogenei." — Ca« «o( sing (Bek 
JoKS., Poetaft. 2, I.), Can 't guesa at Ihe pcraon (Golmx., G. Nnt. 
M. 4.). Prag thee, Boman (Bkk Jons., Poetaat. 1, 1.}, P/yttcc 
what art, what rhetodc didat thou use 'i'o gnin thiA mighty boon? 
(Addis., Cato 3, 3.) Beseeck yaa, falber! (Sbakbp. , Tcmp. t, 2.) 
yfoaU to God we had died (Exod. IG, 3.). O nould that sha loved 
mel (Sderid. Kkowles, Hunchb. 4, 1.) 7%ani ye, George! I aik no 
more (GoLDBM., She Stoopi 4). TAaiul ;oa, Sir (DickekB, Ot. 
Twists.). Oie« you thankgl (SKttHm. Kkowles, TJuncbb. 3, 2.). Am 
therefore ibrced 'T insiat thereon (Colebidoe, Picc. 4, 5.). „Have 
you iodeed found miaa Jnlia, and how?" — „Simply law her at • 
houao window." (Oxrnkohd, Twice Killed 1, 1.) Had «m tlieo aoo- 
ner, Ind, . . bat had to lee the hounds kennclled firet (Scott, lt. 
Boy 6.). „How cnme yoa so 7" — „Oitlran the constable; lived fast, 
you koow." (Planciis, Fortunio 1, 2.) Die I^pDQTQp^ie ttwnfcet 
juUHiItn baä Sliflüneuic^cn an, iDie in 'fieaeccb ic. gorincn »ie 
pr'yihee finb faft jn ^rti(e(n ^tra&gtfunfen. 5Die !t6»nfung be« I 
Mrfi^ulbet bie g(a*li(jhit ber iBpxaäjt brt genuinen Pt6en«. 

3>i(fe Slai^ISffigttit b» »cbt Mt r4 it^i^ti'^ nl^t tveit wrfolgen, f« 
nftfiili^ fit if{. 2)i( Glteflc @))Ta(^e, namentlti^ boS Kg(., [<^int fte abCT^au)9t 
ni<(l ]u (tnntn. 

^e Stitoerfung tei güncortä thou (et ber ineiteii ^eTfon be< 
ßeitWorteS, obwohl bie jTOeite ^erfon ber mnwi)l im @t&tou(^e 
bef^ränft ifl, teni^ ouf altem Sraui^e, unb iff tte^eii bet er^l» 



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ton SM^irtfonn Uenigjlcnd nnjUMibcittig. @ie bntmt 6tfcnber< in 

Do*l bear? (Shaksp., Temp. 1, 2.) Dort coort abiindiince for the 
•tke of peace? (YouKO, N. Th. 6, 494.) Wbj Jo«^ «tire lo? (Mu. 
&KTUVKI;, Wonder 2, 1.} Ho« dottf And where katt bn* thue 
«gbteen tnontha? (Leiob llrNT, Legend of Floren cq 1, 1.) Why, 
where Jba>t 6f«i^ (Coleudoe, Ficc. 2, 8 ) Hiuf lionaaU}' coofeu'd 
it to ÜiywlfT (4, 4.) Art not sfeard? (Siiaksp., Cymh. 4, 2.) Jr( 
Mt aihsmed (I Henry IV. 1, 3.)- Wb«t arlf (Butl., Hud. 3, 1, 
UÜO.) Art gonel All 's chunc« — All '■ care — AU '■ darkneti 
(S«ERU>. Kkowux, HuDChb. 4. S.). H'ill Uke thy chanca with me? 
(Sbaksp., Cymb. 4, 3.) WiU write it? (Sherid. Kkowlg«, Hanchb. 
4, 2.) fna let mc tnke thy haod? (LovE-CntSE I, 2.) IVtmlifil 
haie it preuntV (Byk., Cnio 2, 2.) }Voiil(rtt queition Whenee'( 
(Bbipx 2, 15.) Basbaw, in brief, xiaU hava no (rlbuta bere (Mar- 
M)WE, Jew of M, 4, i.). Whst »ayV, my Indy? (Ssaksp., I Henry 
IT. 1, 3.) And knoie'tl for whom? (Milt, P. L. U, 730.) ÄnoioV 
BOt Wfaat witb theie nuptlula comes? (Shxkid. Know!.««, Hunchb. 5, 2.) 
CkaV wondar? (ibid ) 

Sltb Sm, HO dont nougbt taryc (Ai.n. SOlO.). And yf ba seD*aalytä , . 
Sjaiiyti dedly, ihon xalt jiot tberfore djipeyfe (Cov. Mtsi. p. 241.). Vft 
treiriy ihe bowth. Therfore now ort oare (p. 294.); [o Bfto: in Bt^au)»* 
tmb«! 6A^, »it in bw g^age: Wh« »eyit now, Jhnus? Why inu««rw( 
»ot? Berifl not whal ii ceyd ajmi Ih«? (p. 296.) JlnoiMdbini oo mar«? 
(Roii. or TBS Boas 4ti66.) Si^on im 9s|. ifl innxiCnt t>° abscttorftn. 
Bitt tu nldra fuU hUgaa byhtM (Cod. fixo». 4, 24). Bart na Ud-fara 
la t>a<a hUgan him (lOS, 18.). - 

1S>tx bittten $crfon beS ^ntocrttd in bn Cinja^l fe^It bieuci' 
kn «n @ub|}antiD>@uE)itft; eS ifl geteD^nlii^ btr 91amt ©uttcS 
«bcr tri Xeu^tiS, «»Ic^fn bie @pTai^e bcä gemeinen i>tbenS junt X^eil 
oM einer gtaifleu ®cl)eu, jum Si^eil »egen beS Sta^brudä, ber bem 
$(fibitate julontnil, junSc^f) f<tiWac^et betont, bann ganj abn>trft. ^i«' 
milen lann man btn diitpeiattb bon bex brüten ober elften ^erfon 
be< frfifenB tüäft mit @ici)eil)eit fct)eibtn. 

Sow lüa najeity (Shaksf., Temp. '2, 1.). Saot yoa, fair lady 
(BOWE, J. Sttore 1, 2.). „aase oal" aaid the old Iftdy, with te«H 
in her ejea, „What a littla deir it ia." (Dickeks, Ol. Twtit 12.) 
BloM yoD, lir (Shaxsf., Merry W. 2, 2). „Do yoa glve the chiU 
dien DaOy, Mra. Mann?" . . Ah, bleu 'em, that I do, dear aa it ia." 
(DiclEKa, OL Twiat 2.) Bki» mel ao latel (Bulw., Money 1, 2.) 
Bim me, Mr. Corkal anylhing bappened? (Douot. Jerholi}, Bobblea 
1, 1.) Betirew mo, bnt you have a quick wit {Shakbp., Two 
Gcntlem. I, 1.). Damn her, lewd minx I danin her! (Othello 3, 2.) 
,Dam» itl" nid the genenil (Bulw., Diaowned 27.}. Tfaink npon 
ne? kcMg 'eml (Shaesp., Coriol. 2, 3.) Carte it . . hang h (Goldsm., 
G. Nat. M. 4-)> ThoD art e generoua fellow, tlriie me dumb, bat 
ihm baat an impertinent wife, tlap my vitsla! (Shebid., Trip to 
Scarli. 2, I.). Cot^tnd iha connorant, he 'd breed a famine (Planche. 
Fortunio 2, 1.) U. bgt. m. 

3)k ongefä^xtm, inm 33iai al( 6Iegt BnSrufc tun ueif^icbentr ^rbung 
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bSrfta (tntti wnb Imftltai Ucft>ning (tttat, eBtwH « ^ WtkIW Vt- 
Xta% iia aba anil^ Snitbcn gtfunbni »nbcii ntracn, (cMofoi Cttltai Idü; 
^an; Um triBe, Tonaa: laie th« bonotur (Saisap^ Uwt7 W. S, 1). Unftrt 
Ibma^mt ft^tinot UDKpAibigen gunntltt )ii itft&tiffB, »ie tci Cifralflxcn: 
0wl «OBS tho kiDs (M«CD. 1, 2.J. Ood bku thae, ladj (TwKi-yrB N. 1, S.>. 
Gtd bleti the nurkl (Mebch. of V. 2, 2.) Saj, (Tod domn mel (Com. op 
Ebd. 4, 3.) JSgl. bcn ^uc^ Ood daran I neben Th« Ejevil domn tbael (Macb. 
s, 3.}. ^ bn Bitcnn &pndit finbct man faum Snniqungni. Sgt Aj, 
foiAereiM fon, be mj far, Thii wanton clarkei be njae all waj (SKEi-rax 
I. !8.). SXrt Bnnte wcjt oui^ btt nfit Werfen brt ¥ia(tM fti«, »ii: ta: 
F«ter, I KkrtvM foff bat jt love it «et (Chauc. C. T. e088.]. 2)agtg<lt 
trifft man bsQflAnbigC' genntln nie: Tha dtaUie ba«g bim np to dr; 
(TowH. U. p. 8.). CVi*lu «un mot ba baTs [GAwn.TK in Wrigbt ed. Chane 
T, 106. 116.), Site @f)ui bieftr fubictttslm 6!|)( wrlint fi^ übrigen« hu 
flltoiglift^ni. 

SuelaJTungra be« Subiettct beim $[ural bOrflcn faum anberMss al« in 
bei @)iTai$t bn untnfltn @<$i((ttn btS Seifet bdrlantmoi. Selbß freterc 
KQdbcjie^ungen, nie fie -aaS) im {luIblSt^ftfi^ uartemmm, Ifigt baS Cngtifi^ 
Iit4t me^r ]u: Bliise irea od hirede, ciuten £ clupten & endliche «peJten 
(Lajak. ii. 4S9.). 3n btc Stnja^I finben »h bietelbe auc^ fanft: Hltc 
.ffyr madjpAefJ« witb hir shalle dwelle, Ai dyd befonie (Towh. M, p, 1S9.), 
flgf. I>& Toard tiam cynüi^« gek^d . . and »ende tö Raab (Josh. S, £.). 

dn bcr Sinja^I uie in bti SRe^tja^I lommt eint ![uSlafTnng 
tri @iiiitttcS bcL aäcn $nfonaffcTmtn bor, ttcnn auf einen loiiccfßoea 
@aQ ein %ebenfa( folgt, »e((^ ba4 ©ubjelt ent(5(t, bafi au(^ beut 
Mrangt^oiben ©nte ange^ÖTt. 

Tb« gnilC, tty whnt I will, I canaat roll off from nra (ComUDGB, 
Picc. 4, 4.). And if ha were above ground, Tow'd He'd ferret him, 
A(r( wher« ho wou'd (Bütl., Hud. 1, », 340.). E«eh word of kiad- 
nen, Com« whenca it may. Ja wsleome to the poor (LoxaF. I. 153.). 
Dv all we caD, «omen wHl beliera na (Gat, Begg. Op. 3, 3.). Time 
mu wben it waa pnm« and boaat enough in vfrj dime, and 
Ifüvel «bera we might, That we «ere bora her (EJnglaod'a) chtldren 
(CowF. p. 190.). Searek aa we will in theae mnitifbrm tnnumorable 
French Record« (Cabltlb, Freneh Bevd. S, 1, 1.). @0 tverbfll ani^ 
int)>erfSiiIi4e <SäQe be^anbelt: Sort bow it will, I shatl bare gold tar 
an (Sbakif., H Henry VI. 1, 3.). Xhon abalt be told, coaf wbat it 
may (RoasitB Italy, Ao Adventarc.). 

aHtft Sotformen erflSten ^ an* bem epn^flebrau^e bei flteflen Beit 
^Cilbf. Camen fier heo eamm , arera heo beom alogen (LAjjtK. IL 444.). 
Sgf. Syege nk be TiOe, ne nift Terig>m6d Tjrde TidalaMan (Co». B»w. 
S6T, 16.). Fora }Mar be tot«, |M>nne fka he nid bla Agnmn «tum CBoKTm, 
b, 1.). 6. «ancefflufal^ 
S.dn nn^eifbnltt^tn ®fiecn i|l bie Su<l«fTunfl M ^BneorM it 
im KOgemeinoi un^mB^nli^, aneaenominen bte un)>erf{nli4en @5^ 
im meiteren @tnue, btnen ein (oaif^ ©ubjeft )ui; ®<tte flebt, »osott 
oben Oeif|icIe ^t^tbtn finb. 9m SJeuengtifc^en IfOt fi^ in unfier« 
fanfiii^ ©%n, Btl^e fflr (ii^ Pe^en, bie früher weiter tejAenbe 
®t)iw^^t ec^Iten, bad @ubielt it a^jnUxifen, Ivenn biefe @>S^ 
al« 9Ic(enf5ge, ^fonber« afe Jtom)»tatibfä4e auftreten. Pan, and in 
miod prepar'd, ff n heftd, Por death (Hilt., P. L. 13, 444.). In 
part I thinke tu hat hm igide before (Fkrrex x. Pobr. 1, 3.). If 

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w inwm* ■ panoa of tbf itate, Thoa hut with Iionour aa'd Zeno- 
cMb (Mablowe, [ TinborL 5, 2.). Socb neiri, mr lord, m griteei 
ne to report (Shakbp., Rieh. III. 2, 4.). Äa inro cw ean be, heue 
be comes (Golmh., G. Nat M. 3.). You are as like a great bear 
■I CM 6« (Plahcbb, Fortunio 3, 1.). Condact thcm ailently a» way 
k To tbe botue (Colksidge, Wallenst. 4, 2.). Be ipilt but seldon 
blood, 17111688 wben meD at arioa Withstood, or, tu wai mtet, for 
deidl; fead (Scott, L. Mioitr. 5, ^B.). He waa a beltsr ichoUr 
Mn mat tuual in tbow daya (Taus of a Grandk. 8.). 

Sit im RennigUf^cii naSf (<i maduiiki, fo fiel im atttnefilc^ fiHtiall 
M bm mi)KitilnIi(^ Serben mit aGIiqutm ^TsnotnmartaFu«, tvit me tbfo- 
keth, ma [orthynketh, me aemeth, me wondreth, me merTeleth, ma gainelh 
(Sks. C. de L. 4636.), me Ijat, ma recceth (Of lif Aei>n> no roughte (Ami. 
4990.) n. 0. baB neutriCe it ^iniccg. Siefl mtii au^ bti anbcRti uii)KTfBii' 
^cB SaBtn bn goD, ba^ aii^ in 91(bntf3^n bn eben bcjtic^nrtni Srt: 
Eto; mao ulle Baw ha haa don, hou hym btfcUe (Ibco. C. de L. 4627.). 
Ffoc rjeha men da ahewe oftyntiiiia pompa and pnde , On boljdajea M 
^tgrn ä aena (Cov. Htst. p. 61.). We aHe . . tako oare lere of jdt, oi 
nvA; ü (p. 149-). $ofbf. Penne msh we laben neu vm liid alrt ke/uett 
(Lisiu. n. 14S.}. Da« Xgf. ^t fogai mqtnfBnlic^ ßi^t itUti Norian 
Minfa (H anowed) (Cod. Ezok. 807, SO.), nnb lantt tutttilli^ it 
IMtnfCta fait titgni: Vjrd ne meafate in fagom \eag feorg gehealdan, 
d*6re bätn, fiSn km gedSned vät (Cod. Gxom. 165, IS.). IiraÜM aana 
ijita n& tön Sainden näj (Bmtb. 35 , 4,]. Daacbnl tuilb it, fait ni^ 
loq bnfAmS^t: 9Itt. Lct goo theae men <u it U tkyl (Rich. C. de L. 
im), agf. .Ic hit gebjrede nä Ait cyrm vHt (Bobth. SS, 4.}, 



~ B. Bm fltSbilid tuib ftittt ^otmtm. 

SW ^rSbifat be« «afa^en ©aftrt, toelc^t« bie Bet^Stigitiia brt 
Siijdtrt in btr iSpff&xt btr A(tt anäfagt, tnt^SIt flrte'eintn :^fittg> 
fc ü fttBrift in enter ))erfBn(i$cn g((|ton4f orm. !CUfe ^erbatfoTm 
ttnr ftr fl<^ bie SEuSfage anemir^ni, sber tiot^ anbtnoeitig btpttnmt 
Fria. tnt CoDeitcningcii, bertn bte tKn^fage fS^tQ cbcr 6cbßrfttg tnirb, 
jofdn ht brTft^iebtne Arten. 

Sttmal Seiten bat>iii bit gnfaniinntgefcgten Bcttfonnen, in benett 
^ m \cjiaian.nM ßQIfejdtUort mit einem ^aitici)) ober dnftnttib «er- 
wbd »Hefe sfäifiam jfffrttrn ©ertolformfn pnb anf bem fteßen- 
vMgen ©fanbpimftc bet iS^ia^t einfaqeu i^cfipnfiformen glei^ jn 

Sernei erf^tinen intianfitibe nnb po.\^it 3ectli)8TteT ht bet Suefage 
■I Im 91eiiititaliv eineS SennisorteS, neli^eT, als 1£raSn)unf| berfelbtit 
n* Wh i^nm in nnmittel^rer ©erfeinbung, etp bie ISet^ättgitng ober 
fannflii^nng be« ©nfeiette« ait«hrti^t. 

flnbere ofiiettitie ober <BerbäU))t abcn^iale Seflitmnnugen be« 2^> 
ti^BtAegriffe« tragen nii^t baffelbe @e)»age ber Sin^eit mit bem @<]g> 
>ä mb ber unbcrloettia nnbermittelten dneinSfe^uno mit bem Snbjelte. 

dnbem mir biefe Unteren a(« obbciMale »ojitiefHmmnngen fpfiter 
^«beT« erSttent, ^6en Wir e« }tniä$fl mit {enen ißrfibilatefonncn fiber- 
Wtjrt in 1^, bereu 9Tt>, 3eit< nnb aifIoba(fi)nnen mir alsbonn in«« 
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(Einfalle anb ergfinjte $rSbt(atöfDtm im Sllgeneineu. 
I.^It Xufifagc, tceli^t nui au« einer linfa^en ebtc jnfaoimci)' 

ffftgten ^(erieneform tti ^titaezttB befielt, ifl auf inttan* 
ilUt unb ))a]{i))( 9nia bef^rSnft. The mooa Mnet. Tbe day 
' of retribution had arrietd. The mesienger lotft ditmitteä. Sti Mrfle^t 

fi(^, bog ou^ ju bieftn Ser&alfornten abcerbialc Sejltminutigen treten 
Rniien. The ipirit of God moBtd ^on ikefae« of ikt waler (Gm. 1, 2.). 
The pwliament m«t, homver, ob tke day appoinUd (Roberts. , HüL 
ofScotl. I^udoii 1831. U. 199.)- 

3}ieB ift natfiili^ aflm @))(a((;>trieb(ii gnnttn, boint man ntbni dtifat^ 
au(^ }ufammntgt{(^tc Scibalformen jurt^Tcibnt baff. Sit«. Sodcynlj tlier 
Murdni sclcontlio tbingei (Defuutioh ur Bica. II, Lond. IB38, p, I,). 
Ich am t-mn tö ■pcken the irU (Wricht, Anacd. p. C). ^aI6f. KljulMet» 
TTm« wurrfierm ]uer wil>|i childe (Obn. 2307.). Bg[. Siddin hie U ^ere 
ye^iJn hä/dm (Bhov. S233.). 
S.Sit SuSfaflt, UMl^t auä einem ßtitnorte mit einem )!rSbiIati> 
■ »enStenunatiö befielt, ent^tt t^rile intranfitiue 3eilto6rter, 
beten afiflratte unb allgemeine, ober abgef^vSi^te, )centK|Iei(4 urf)iiattg> 
Ii4 (cnlictc S9ebeutung trjl bnt<^ bat ^inju^efltatt 9ifennlvort einen 
bnheten dn^alt fleoinnt; tbeilt paffiue ^titrobiteT, beren Xftib- 
formen fattitice Sebentuna l^aben, unb n»t(^e be^Ib einer Ghrafinjung 
oebfirfen, ttobuit^ tat ipa]\lot ©u^ieft na4 ber an i^m stfctten^ejiim- 
mun^ (datatleTiflrt mtrb. 

Die präbitatieen Crjjfinjunflenbefteteit meijl au8 ffiigtnft^ftflttBrtem 
unb ^üuvtlDoTletn. !<ber infinit!» nimmt in befdjrünftem 3Raage bic 
©teile eine« )>räbifalieen (RennicoileA ein. ßo^"'^'^'"^ "">> SüilBSTtct, 
Ueli^e [elten ^u qualitativen iSeflimmungen erE)oben toerben, bertreten 
au^ qK tJräbifatiM Stgäniungen enliceber Xbieftii<e ober @u(fhnitibe, 
ober tearcnien ben aQgemnnen X^atigleitebegriff ^infid^tlii^ ber finge« 
reu ©p!&5re feiner Senoirflit^ung. ®te metjien giertet borfornineabcn 
Serba certiuben f14 mit SiQenfd^fteniSTtern unb |)auptȊrttrn, ioSIf 
tenb anbete Scgfininngen eorjug^Weife mit bem Sietb be auftretnu 
SBie priitifatibe S^omtnatice btS ©ub^ontio mit bem ton to ober for 
begleiteten Aafu«, Befonberd in älterer ^t, Wedeln, Witb baneien jn 
betrachten fein. 

*} Kbiellibe unb ©uBflantiec ergfinjen du' tntranfHioeA ober 
paffiue Serb. 

») 3" ben intranfitiben, Kt\i)t ^tet in Settac^t lommeu, gc^> 
ren bie Segriffe: 

fein: Art eoldf I am eold mfielf (Shakbp., L«tr 3, 2.). 
EngliDd if >U of weslüi (Cahltle, Put b. Pr«i. 1, 1.). — 
Uejr . . a man '> a matt (Mahlowe, Jew of M. 4, 5.). I ow 
■Ks^a rtady mon«y to you, Csptain (South., Oroon. 1, 2.). 
The judiciouf ort alirayi a minoriti) (Mac&VL., Uiit, of K. 
III. 27Ü.). 

S)ae litäbitatioeSubftautiu Uitb oft jteiet obet na<^fifflan 
bctmenbet. ©o utrb j- 3>. bie lonhete ©ai^ bon bet $nfoB 
ptfibictrt: Kok irere at od« tima a frtt bnm (Colbr. , Wkl- 
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feit ob« (Eignift^oft Sejrit^iiet, iDtTb ber tontrttot ^on ober 
&aä)t gur )>ifibilativm Seflimttinng gtsebnt: „ tnat trade mt 
thoD, FeeblQ?" — „A womsD'a Uilor, Sir." (Sbaup^ II Bearj 
IV, 3,2. cf. Jnl. C. 1, I.). A yarlet » m di^Uiia a pott to 
fill u that of prim« -miniiter (Bodkcicault, Loadon Aain- 
nuice 1, !.)■ ^ chrtstiui u Mi kighett ttile of mtn (YoDMa, H. 
Tli. 1, 7SB.>. If he oow lived, he woald be jait A«r i^; Hü 
bür, too, wu Act ooIow, »nd hii eyea Like hen in abape 
(Sbuiet, Cenei 6, S.). The last batch wai Ughl- tneight (pLUHCoi, 
Fortunio 2, t.); uo^in man au(^ ben @tbtattc^ oon pmof tn^nett 
(otliu Madam de S4r\ga6'a dslicate taste wtu mt proof agunet 
tfaa noble feelingi which her Ij« CalprenMe expreiied (J. Kava- 
KAGK, Frencb Women of Lett. 8.) : obgefe^cn Don btn ^&Qcn, in 
liKl((eii ein abfhalted ®ii6f)antio tonhete SSebeutung ans«ioinnim 
^t : The Great Bear — whoae relalion We have the honoor ftt 
bt (PI.AHCBB, Fort. 2, 1.). 3n: Coleville ia ybur name; a 
büpkt ü your degree (Shaksp., II Heniy IV, 4, 3.) jfl nm> 
0^^ bafl abfhatte $au^tlDcrt ©ubjeft unb bafl fontrrte )>Tfibi> 
ratie gebrauch. 

Stb. Onre Lorerd . . quemla w of^nne (Wmqhi, Pop. Treat. 
p, 182.). Uitha u a luiel mtifi» ajen heTciie (ib.). Mi larerd ii 
«uftei* ■um (Weicht, Anecd. p. b,). fotbl. Jlatt sbo . . lAofU« 
ien Majjdenn all tiKerrt ni elene (Obh. 21S9.). Sgf. Big nnd 
ewitige (Ezod. fi, 8.). Be >f tntn itnAca tunu (Lac. 9, 38.}. SJt 
frS^fitiDn for unb U]onhect.u> (Inb in Blttm 3ett fltiaufle: ^ßt, 
BeriD |iat he bim irolde, bton iüm /or hold erakl (Lajah. I. 166.). 
Xgf. lÄa Bcbuna «( eallum fngelDm tS mOe (Deutbb. 26, 26,). Ma 
Taron Hüne teta« for hl^a» (Pa. 43, 8.). 

Snta ber ÄnH »1« flehen, fifeen, Heatn k. lommni oft 
bem fein licmlit^ na^tf ba {it in ber SCnfc abgcf^tofi^ |riit 
IBnnen, b<i| fle lu Siifigan eines SBcgriffee ^etabgefunten fqei- 
nen, uelc^r butq taS ^räblfatibe Slnttttoort eiß frine be^muite 
gfirbung ei^filt. 

I tlmd «^teted to her (Shaxsp., Tvo Geotlem. 2, 1.). The 
gatea vide opt* ttood (BIilt-, P. L. 2, 8S4.). Who kncnn if 
Cato'fl life «foadt nre!' (Addis., Cato 3, 3.) I ibtod naUtr 
{GoLDSM., Vic. 13.). — Syphax thall »ta*d the tectmd in mj 
kingdom (Addis., Cato 2, 5.)- I ahould have thought . . tbat 
the Udy henelf might hate itood mttrprtter (Scott, R. Roy 10.). 
Q« ji^en, tiegctt toirb man nt(^i an bte urrbtüngli^e S3eben< 
tiing erinnert: But all »ai mUe (Milt., F. L. 2, 4-JO.). While 
orerhead the moon lita arbitntt (t, 184.). On many a caim's 
gray pynmid, Where nraa of mighty chiefa lie hid (Scott, L. 
Uinstr. 3, 29.). Vith bim tay dtad both hope and pHde (Sbel- 
LET, Poet. W. London 1839. III. p. 100.). 

SM» e«b fte^tn ecfeüit in bitfer Sevfiinbims bn atttßtn 3ett an: 
Qalbf. Nohbt ne ttannt itc tHUe (Oau. 8649.). «gf. [>& beimM & gr$M 
tondad (CoD, Exo«. 200, 4.). Vitra {iryae tUlU itandai (210, IB.). 
ScA eoide . . »töd mit hoUtan ä^rÖDtn (S. Babq.. p. 12.); «ui^ liegen: 
Ute. To de^e he übet ya ovne fathcT, Iiat be lay ^ec itiiU (R. or 
Gl. I. U. cf. WaioaT, Folie. S. p. 34S. Cuuc, C. T. 3420.), Fot>i 
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mi lond I«y« UtA (= liM ftUov) (WeHnn, Potit S. L 1S3.>. Hgf. 
Mtn cnap» Ad OD mlninn hAw ioiiia (Math, 8, 6.}. 

WexitU, bteome, BiSmeiltn «infac^ eomff, gro», vom, gtl, litm, 
■avci bui(^ Stcbs mit ftSeitragener Stbtutunfl (^tt.bt« a&ni 

She ü becMif (U iJoeit u I (Shaksp., Two Gentlein. 4, 10> 
Hb (rconK man mpalient ttum ever of aDy delsj (Robkbts^' 
Hi«. of Sc. IL 10.). TboD becim'sC a liimg loul (Uilt., P. 
L. 7, 528,). How com« you tbna ealrangedf (ShaksP-, IjOts'b L. 
L. 6, 3.) One thiit is jiut comt aequamled witb cloanlinaM 
(StHTTiiEBN, Oroon. 1, 2.). To attoin tfaa hightli and depth oF 
thy eCerniil wMya All human tboughu com« skort (Milt., F. L. 
8, 413.) 1 may hava dresmed, therefore, game foriy tboaiand 
dreami; of which two CAtat Irue (tici.w., Biunzi 5, 3.)- Tha 
klng gravis mad (Shuesp., Lear 3, 4.). It growt dark (LoTe's L. 
L. 5, 2.).' Tli«ir host's dark brov grtv kern and feil (Scott, 
IjOrd of the IbIbb 3, 24.). The coloanades that kaae groum old 
and great with the fnmily (Irvino, firaeebr. H. For. Treee). 
Hia hiiacl groKS ftter-d IRYnos, SEege 13). A full eye imUtoax 
hoUow (Shaksp., Henry V. 5, 2.), I am told that tbey (the 
BCories) taue more and mora morrellosi, tha otdtr they groK ([R' 
TDfQ, Bracebr. H. Family Beliijuea)- Anon the applaosei kmix 
fainter, or threnten to ceaae (Carf.tle, French B«td1. T. 1, 4,). 
He had gol not a little sich and weeay of my Bearch after pro- 
teatantiam. (Th. Moore, Travels). He bad gol rid of hU 
absurd wardrobe (Leweb, G. I- ÖO.). Doncan'a horaeB . . TWn'd 
vnld in nature (Shaksp., Macb. 2, 4.). Ic may tum otit mar* 
radonoi (Lewes, Biit. of PhitoB. tl. 63.). Tbe tlme tunu tor- 
mnt. when man larn» a fool (Yoxmo, N. Th. 2, 166.). Di« 
Segtif^e lommcn, Uai^fen, gefangen (get), »enbtn (a^f. 
tyrnan), Jtab an i'it ©teile bon werben gelTeten, toä) f^lie- 
^en f" fi'^ mfift on prädüatiue abjeftioe. Mm fpStePen fi^nt 
get in biefe iNctbe aufgenommen, obmotil tS in tiörblii^en ^a> 
feften \ti)x beliebt ifi, Wd i. 9. get dead u. bol. »olfStbflnt- 
fit^ ifl. 

Grow nnb tarn oerbinben fiä) be) ©ubflantioen oft mit to, 

into: Thii will yrou to a braul anon (SaAKSP., II Henry IT. 
2, 4.). But üleamen aoon to tolditr» grow (Scott, Lord of the 
blee 3, 18.). Tha king of England had groum lato a de»pot 
(LmOARD, Hiit, of K.). Thy mirth ihall für» to groan (Shaebp., 
I Henry V[. 3, 3.). At an age lilce theira friendahip aoon tem« 
to love (Boauts, Italy, Tha Bag of Gold). 

tXit alte, aortken, Wt\ä)ti no^ flutet jnr ©itbung Mn $affI«fonntii 
' Mtnt, Unfc^winbet in bem >in beregtm Sinne frii>e. Ülte. Thei y- 
toart/ua lo grtu (P. Fi-oüaHii. p. 4fl0.). $atb(. DaJdei fakme wuntsn 
(Lasak. III. 94.). Jtat he forr^ mu vmrrf>en mann (Orh. 3766.). 
Staf. I« «Mtnl yrr* God (Ckm. S0&.). Vurdon dtdda (Kxod. T, 81.). 
pü Tord wätjiatB gevorden (Job. 1, 14.), grlt^ erfi^inen becomen 
unb waxen:' Siththen heeota Ü rmiÜeh, that thouue wenn to nnka 
(WmoHT, Polit S. p, 841.). i^i dteom the Bonne (F. Pi.ouaBK. 
p. ST>.). Ich rad« tbat Ihou . . M-eom hU f^MM Bone (Wniajar, 



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AMEd. PL II.). of. Mauhdbt. p. SS. Aua. 89S. Bicb. C. dx L. 
SBTI. LAitcTorr IL 254, Qn 31uefctS(teB Ulc: H« that MmctA M 
IMv <P' PunJGBii. p. 39T.1. Xgf. And avm ^fMemb (Joe. S, T.) 
= ?J^v eXiTuy, tritt baB Äommdi ata foti^ no^ in boi 8»rbn> 
jnmb. Stltet l4*mt tusd: aitt. For Mrew« du») ich icaiets uod 
(Wright, Anecd. p. T.). Tfbd Ha wax (Aul. SSIO.}. Til rilhere« 
«nie wixtth Itn* (P. Pt,(>ucBM. 1. 267.). ^Ib[. put jho uoM 
•MLMrm aonun dd ync( (Dan. 2<79.). 

@latt btl Slonrinatie bet @nf<flanti«e mitb (d^an 6H worthao n. o. 
ScAen bic ^rötjofition lo, int« mit bniftlbcn Kifcnnbtn. ^tbf, 7^ &Mm« 
hit awurdt (Lajam. III. M.). 9gt- P"r )>« t^ dcj/c i^eant (Cxait, 
305.). Siddan Caia i^erearit tö er-g-banaa ängao brddci (.Beuv. SS1T.)> 
8{tc II tumslA« «noQ to glatt» (Mauhdev, p. 32.). Ic tumelAa uiOD 
in to graveUe (ih.). ^latbf. Let f)u mi sweoen M ««/^en ttumen 
(LÄjAU. 111. 14.); ttiDBtit man bgl. Stgf. pars rihtviira gevinn Oeent 
tö blute (JuB, Ettm. 6, 1 1 ). 

Setba bft SScloegung uic ge^cn ic fiiiTen Üfter in Snbiif 
bung mit ^lennisöitetn fa^ ju bent atfli'i^ei'cn Stf ibtn ober fein 
Ifnai, Miotog bm eben genannten Segriffen fommeit u. a. 

Wit ahall not go unreiearded, wbile I am klag of tbii conotTj 
(Shaksp-, Temp. 4, 1.). My poor Udy i* csrlaialj' yon« du* 
(roc(«i (FiELD., J. Andr. 1, 6.). Tbi» s°" »^^ (Cabltui, P«it 
B. Pres. 3, 3.). I sball go mad (Doüol. Jerbolo, Rent. Day 
2, 4.). 3)a^in gehören aui^ mn mad, fall ihort u. bgf. Sin 
tirabilatiee« ^JerPmig fiiibet aDeibiiigd au(^ flatt in: Open ßg 
Th' lar^rDal doors (Milt., F. L. 2, »79.). When tbe gute of 
tine twinfft optn ob ita hinge« (Irving, Salinag. XX. 1008.). 
S)o^ tritt ^ier bie ^aialteriftifdre iSebeulung befi ^tiVsao-dti nod^ 
Harer ^eieot. 

91h. Man and womm gon alla naked- (Maukdbv. p. 178.). ^lEf. 
Thkt bB ne /c2b {xera dsd (Ohm. 90B.). Sttfi^iebcn baUDIt i|t Xgf. 
pa he rü EÄri? gegärt (Joa. i, 6.) = mflbe gtgangen. 

LUki^))t ifl bei ben etrbra bn Wu^e unb bei »ewegnng nie 
tei flrbcrtn für bie Seurt^eiluna btr ptabKaliucn MennreBrt« bet 
©etlcttSbuntt feflju^alteti, baß bie gienimtfirt« in Enfieit mit bem 8ei6 
MTgefteCt n>etbm Diflnnr, \o bjg ber 3nba(t ober bae eigtbnig bcr 
XbSttgteit bte Sorftellnns twftntli^ bef^Sfttgt. So bicS ni^ ber gall 
iß, entfh^ ^itfifi eine gebopp^te Sor{)cIlung, )o bag ber ft^nbar t^ifibf' 
latiM Jtflfvf lusleit^ an baS SppofltiDnSKibäUnig jun @u6jette jlTetfL 
dcMes gtba|>)Mlte Serbältnig, ober bae S^uanltn (Wif^ ipTibitfttHi 
SeboitiUQ mib S^fifltiDn, uirb oft uon b« 6)inic^e befonbo* in bt^ 
teiif^ SJafbOnig bcvü^: My blood mia eold, (Addu., GUo 3, 3.). 
Tte stfesn nn m^ (Dicskub, Battle of Life 1.). B-uddif UuiKd 
<SbM hMTcn (Scan, L. Uinacr. 3, 2B.). And hamlaU glitta'd wUM, 
ud gM^M ßoarüh'd gntn (Cahtbei-i., Theodric). Dorit ro!fd tha 
•jmpMhcöe warn of Fonh (Bth. p. 320.). My ahado« tpread* 
gigantie to tha gkwm (Bdlw., BicheL S, I.). Sli^t aiAcK WT^itt 
es ßi^ mit ^n;)t»i)tteni: Bnt ha who «ijiu JfbnareA in Heav"!! 
(Mn-T., P. L. I, 637.). Nero rtignt a Tltat, if he will (Pupk, Ei«»y 
OD H. S, 198.). t)Q thia, «nd live thoa govemer atitl (Harlowx, 
Jew of M. 5, 2.). Man may SvefooU, bat /iralt thej casnot dt« 
(Totnfo, N. Th. 4, 842.). My father dror« tha aqalre'a coach, . . 
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grast EendoDum (Fuls^ J. Andc. 2, 5.). $in fblb Iti^t «nfat^ 
K)>^fltu)iun jum SnbictU »oTfranbm, fenboii btt Seftinraranam btt 
&aiitüs ucrben nie ottnbnthM eefiinimiiiiani jnglcü^ m bit ST^UIgldt 

oleibtn utTb jc^t ootjugeudfe bur^ Tomanif<^ Scrba, ine 
mum, cosfüw« IC-, auSgtbtüdt. 

The people will rmuiw tmeertam (Sbaksp., Ooriol. 5, 5.). I 
Me good stora of gold tbit still remaini wtcoimtd (Colebidqb, 
Picc. 1, 2,). Hia monk rtnmined ettiirebf tmcorrapied (PiEUt^ 
J. Andr. I, 2.)- I "^o" <»»<«««« Mom^ (Shaesf., AU'i Well 5, l.J. 
And Bo they conHuMe Tartan (Cai{lyi^ French Bevol. 3, 1, 1.). 
Drawing amtinutd for life a pUataat exercüe (Lewes, G. I. 36.). 
S)a^iti {ann mau bie Seibinbung bon hold mit einem 3[btettio 
tet^ncn: For thia remark will kold good throagli life (Goldsm., 
Vic. 1.); ober mit einem ©ubjlantio: He that hold» out but haSf 
a lovtr, Deservee for ev'ry miuuta, more Tbao h&lf a yew of lore 
before (Bdtl., Hud. Ep. of H. 263.). 

€o bcrfS^Tt bic alte ©piac^ mit «it{)iKi^bai SnboIteEinffm. 
And hUwtth cUr toward the lonne (Wbichti Pop, Treat. p. ISl.). 
8gf. p& hTUe [le t»eda Tonild vunad rri gehäl (S. Basil. p. 14.). 
He Purkwnad dq wideddüc od Scnjue (A.-S. Homh.. I. 116,). 

[feinen, trf (feinen (Miden), namentlich burc^ taem, tip- 
pear, hok, tkow btitiäfntt. 

Theie thing« »eem *raaü (Shaesp., Midi. N. Dr. 4, 1.). The 
erent «ometimei teemed doibtfid (Macaol., Hiat, oF E. L 48.), 
Tbe akiea, the foantuDa, erery regioa aear Stem'd all om «a- 
fuol cry (Sbaesf., Mida. N. Dr. 4, 1.). New I know Wby Glaffiz 
alwaya »eem'd thy foe (Byr-, Bride 2, 11.). Though ahe iqipMr 
hotnt to me (Sbarbp., Merry W. 2, 2.). The work of each in- 
mOTtal bard i^tpean The tmglt aonder of a thonsajid jreori (Btr. 
p.-314.). Why lookt youT gracB 10 ;iale/' (Sbaksp., Kch. U. 3, 2.) 
Tbou IoOjCK almOHt a ^od (Btb., Caiii 1, 1.); tarnet: One of 
thOM Strange creaturea who . . look their oldeit when they u« 
very youag (Dickens, M. Chuzzlew. 2.). Thia act thowt l*rrAf* 
naä grim (Shaksp., Oth. 5, 2.). „My hall", quoth bold Allen, 
„theva gaüamter atiU." (Scott, Kokeby 3, 30.) 

Son bttfen Serten i^t nnT aadkn (tit JUtevtc 3^ !■> sebron^t 
Loken la lambnn and aanen foi haiy (P. Plovobm. p. S07.). Me 
f«iny(A beH je thoi acorde (Cov. Mrai. p, 109,). ^ntranfltiB ftt^ 
im ^tbt. itt lemetit) (Ohm., Ded. 66.); agf. ift «emaii ■— jadieare. 
Sag Hgf. gebntti^t >yncean, tipcan, WMon bot Ätte. no^ oft (2(&xan4 
Vtaifi. And ipeke what hem thougla gode (Itomtdos IOS.). Theo 
tym« him ihcughle god and imele (Alu. 6S7.). That of Do-wel and 
Do-bet Ke deyidee me thoughte (P. Plddohh. p. 305). Bgf. Sri 
me pU riht ne /meed (Cadm. 289.). flni^ look lemmt {(^on ^:fl^ 
Mi: Hia wyf looktd ao fmde (CaAnc, C. T. 6664,). 

Snit ben eben genannten SSeibcn barf man ben Segriff tlin« 
gen, tBnen, tound, unb fic^ erneifen, ober (> ernähren, prove, 
pfammenfteDen, Uenn man nif^t bei «ound überaQ bad SibDetb 
fe^en tsiO, melc^ed f]^ fonft bobci finbet. ^ 

Things that do aouni^ to/air (Suakbp.. Mach. 1, 3.). It «oww2i 

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wtypoU/e (Scott, Qo. Dorw. 19.). (£irffc^i«b«l fle^t baS inttoit- 
ptitK prare mit fiTSbifattecm Stomiitotit): How väs an üM prow« 
this godi (ShaK8i>., TVelfth N. 8, 4.)- I ihoald prove a bäter 
■wmi (MiLT., P. L. 2, 807). I)id chuitj prevail, tiie pr«M 
•K»U prove A vehicte of virtne, tmth »nd lov8 (Cowp. p. 112.). 
The temptation had proved treiisHble (RoOEBS, H»\j, The B«g 
of Gold), ncbrigtnd ^e^t bafi Sn( au^ in rtflopDct tmb )Kiffi< 
MI gönn: To prave myielf a loyal gentlenuut (Sbaksp., Bicb. 
n. 1.). Sioce't wu proved n inaospicioui tO Die (CoLEBIDaB, 
Picc. 1, 2.), 

Xiie SSetha titS €i$einen8 unb prore nehmen nu^ bnt dii> 
fhtiliv bed ?ß. he mit btm Sfominaliv ju flq: Doa't joa think 

he »eented to be good-tuümred? (Goldsh., Vic. 5.) Ä* it proved 
to be nothivg bat a dream (CoOP., Spy 13.). 

e<^on im aUeMBlif<^en ^(^t prore tntronfltiB imb mit b« ¥tH)0- 
jbiini to: He sbdle, if he have lyfe, iVe/'a ft> a/ulle good tvayn 
(Tdwn. m. p. 164.}. anmalt ffli biefni OcintiK^ mag (i^on ba< aaf. 

?cbcn: .For ^/ he bid l& präfjtmne (Leoo. Wihtmd. 30.) = er tjl 
Kl ben S>iti jn galten. 
\ä1fUn,feel, reibet M in iBngerer 3"t bi*fen SJetfien an: 

I /eü (AinMii and cAtÖfrf (Scott , R. Roy 39.). He feU M 
ilraage end «erooiw (Dickens, Pickw. ^, 20.). How queer I ,fM. 
— I fiel qnite BMcom/ortoife (Ojcekf,, Twica KiUed 1, 2,). I 
/mI, as Peter aays, qnito a palriot (Dodol. Jgrhold, PriaOD. of 
W. 1, 1.). — Änffaflenbet: How remarkably heavy it U; it 
/edi htmier tban uenal (OxENr. I. c). 

3n bcn jntip ongefB^iten gfiffn Mr^(t flc^ bic« intcnnfHiM feel 
tote prove jn ber nfltpHn Snbalfenn. Sgl. He feeh himself duiracted 
(SHAur., HamL 3, I.). 3n bnn (tgten %aUt Bereit te fi^ tote piore 
ini tMfflMn gorm: eS wirb angcfft^lt, ober fOtift fi<^ an. 
Httcnglif^ 8df)rielf fnb mir nit^t Bclnnnt. Sinianma^ nag man 
' ~ Ut MTglci^tn: Sentit medios dei^t^u in hoste« (Vnto. Am. 



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Ueli^e eine ^äbifattCe Sigänjung biefcr Urt ju flc^ 

nt}tmm, ^e^ren fattiticen ^"twBrtmi an, meli^e tine iT^S« 
tigirit (ejtii^nen, bie eine an itjtem Ctjeft in ber äußeren aSitf- 
fistelt ober in ber $oc|leIIun(] Qcfetjte S9efltmmung tum OtgeSnig 
^. @. ftttnlatib. 3)ei piäbttattoe AafuS iß UbetaQ bei3Io- 
tninotib, auc^ beim 3nf1nilibe. 

3)ie niäfi unbettSditli^e 3a^[ ber ^ir^er ge^Brenben ^ffiva 
S^Brt ben folgenben SorfteHimoSrei^en an. 

genannt, b. 1)- mit einem mmen bejeitbnel tvtrben: 
None can be caU'd deform'd, bot tbe ankind (Shakbp., Twelf^h 
N. 3, 4.). The girl was . . caUed Sophia (Goldsm., Vic. 1.). 
Our eldeet aon idbi tiamed George (ib.). He will be christened 
Paal (Dickens, Dombey a. Son 1.). That Lewis who icoi atyled 
He Fmiher of ki* peopU (MACAirt,., Hist. of E. I. 36.). ChUde 
Harold wat ke higkl (Byk., Cfa. Her. 1, 3.), £em ^affto bed ju- 
Ittjt genannten beralteten Serb, alte, baten, beten, f^äter bight, 
■fiäft nof^ bie intranfitiee, ani ber urfprfingtii^ foffiben ^etvor« 
gegangene Sonn jur @eite: Tbia cbild of fancy, that Anaado 

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kiffhi (Shaksp., Love's L. L. 1, 1.). Fälkar he kigiu uid he mi 
in the puish (Lonof. I. 89.). 

KtU. Wd Tütj that lond £< eailed dtiyltAi« (Madsimt. p. 3.)- 
We ien elept Orwfens nten (ib.)- Alümmdre g-ntmpttad he wm 
(Alu. 636.). Smamidl* it iMe hii Dune (Town. M. p. 115)', netcn: 
Th«t on %Ai« Fladrine (Mai-hdev. p. 107,). TFÄiK hattatawl (P. 
Plougd». p. 445.) itoifnsfvctnce I %A( (Skkltos I. 281.). ^ttf. 
patt shoUdo nemnined fcen Jenu (Orm. 3096). Sia« »gl. BeanÖB* W 
mit nemnan unt hitan (m ^(fiO; benn «utj bit og^ gcrm hiaa, 
vocBtor, ip tjafflD, got^. hüLada, tverauf btT intianritive Stbrauc^ bd 
Bni Übtxf)aupt stgtünbtt ifl. Leoht vOi fcreit {lurh drihtae« Tord 
däg genemned (Cadm. 139.). Od tum lande {>« w ^eUl«n Sitpani« 
(A--S. HoHiL. 1. 24.). Se vät hSten LiMnut (Boets. 16.). On 
|uBC8 ei i^e NUti* hkoe (ib.)j got^. poio«a Baai hditada ZHiünu$ ■ 
(Job. 11, 16.). 

gc^atten tcerben, b. ^. attgeft^cn, eioi^tct, ge^aitH nfm* 
ben, tifaunt werben u. bgl. m. 

I muat ie held a rancarcnu enemy (Sbakbf., Rieb. IIL 1, 3.). 
Id ons respeet, iodeed, oar employment may bt reckotted diiho- 
nat (Gay, Begg. Op. 2, 2.). T is also pleasaat to bt detm'i 
magnanmaus (Btb., D. Juan 1, 30.). It wm at length thotyU 
ntetaaary to lay a, heavy £Da ou every hunüred (Macaul., HiaL 
ofG. I. 13.). Aa if he had hrtn thaaght the fintsl acholar (Field., 
T. Jon. 8, 11.). In so holy a cause, wounds loere eslttmed im- 
rUorioia (HuME, Hiat. of E. 5S.), Fortuoa inos over aecoaiUed 
«KOnslaat (Cakltlk, French Bevol. 1, 1.). We are aecoutded 
poor citizena (SoAKsr., Coriol. 1, 1.). He . . v>ai aoon repvltd oac 
of the best aportsrnsn in the country (Fieli>., T. Jan. 8, II.). 
Anf interval of rett might be considertd lae» a State of trsaqnil- 
lity than a luspension of hoatlliiy (Gibbox, Decl. 10.). Are ire 
not eoaated of him strungera? (Gen. 31, 15.) The very ele- 
mettta, though each be mrant TKe minitter of man . . Conapii« 
agaiDst him (Cowp. p. 188.). Wbco I was foimd faUe to hii 
childrei) (Shaksp., lUch. IIl. 6, 1.). When a hollow imaga h 
found n holioa image and no more (CoLBatDOC, Ficc. 4, 7.) 
n. B. a. 

Sei !tbje!tit)en unb <Su6flQntioen finbet man ^et au<^ bit 

$rS))ofUioil for: Yoor grace hath still been famed for «trhunu 
(Shakbp., HI Henry VI. 4, 6.). No engagement if alltm'd Bj 
men in priaon made /or good (Bdtl., Hud. 2, 3, 278.). God k 
knoten in her palaces /or a refkge (Ps. 48.); »ie aaä) btX Mrifirjte 
ftompaTatibfaQ mit aa ^att ^aU We an held aa oniittw» (Shassp., 
Cymb. 4, 2.). Evon tbose knighta . . toere regarded by tiM 
Eoglish (U men of an inferior breed (Maoaul., Hiat. of E. I 18.). 
Oft jte^l ba Onflnitiv bon be neben bem ^teminatib : When 
a man ia, being, wbereby, — he may be Üioaghl to be occoniMft- 
daled (Skabsp., U Heory IV. 3, 2.). Mr. Job. Andrem , . mu 
ettetmed to be the tmlg *m of Gaffer and Ganmer Andram 
(FULD., J. Andr. 1, 3.). Miaa AnbeUa Wilmot «a* aOomtd b; 
lUI . . io (e eoMpUielg prtttf (Goldsk., Vic. 2.). Whea aoy one 
of oor reUtiMu wo* /owwf to b* a pvio» of ■ xvrj bad cb»- 



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netar (1.). An urc(td«ril9 wfaieb um not «Im /elf lo bt a 
frinmMx (MiCAüt., Hirt, gf E. I. 33.): Ou bei Um ftttm btt 
- Vetiftt ^tfiiki^ca Sßttbti mit bcm Sffufatie. iS. aifufatio u. 
dttfiniti». 

3m Wie btgtgntt tnut btm ^SbilaHwn RmniitQti», uit bn ^tJM» 
fttin foT mit bcm obLtqnen Jtafut tci S^nli^cn Snbni. AUa othen 
la batnlle Ben y-holdt brybourM (P. Ploughm. p, 440.). Mj pro- 
phecp thaäe bt funde UgU (Towh. M. p. 78.). Tfutt day kyng 
Bichard iped lo thor, Th&t he wo« AoU« a eonqueror (Bich. C. db 
L. 8933.). The S«w<9sd, Tbat c/tUf i«m toU of Damu (670S.). 
Te ina; t« e«imlyd eanfort of oll coraga (Siuiltoh I. 33.). ^fbf. 
Whila «e (Deoren on lande for god» (n«n iAoUen (Lajah. II. 180.), 
A'iu t»tl forr «an V '•i'i' (Oku. 12880.). B« ^ uau An/denn 
>«re snnd toU /l>rr majjitre (ISSTS cf. 1S463.). Dem bellten 
aihifati» bicfn fabitiHn £ci6a hn fllti» tnlf^Tii^t aui!^ im Baf. tsc^I 
«a bepptlin Stominatic kirn ^afl^^i ^"4 \aita\i btc ^iSjpontien tA 
B(hn ^iptnwTl im $rSbi(iit btliebt 3>n 9Iominatit) beS Xbjctth) iß 
OclSuf^: Fiire fKione be Iiii ddme dixna geleald (A.-8. Uowu 1. 134.). 
XyM/ lie vä* {icr yun«n, ac I)eiti - hvädcra he tu avlde mical (I. 
138.). pät eÖT ne ieo fS li^e gileaid (Job, Eltm. 6, SS.). 

acmat^t Ufibtn, b. (. entivebtr t^alfäi^lic^ mit einec Sefhnt- 
nnng H^aftrt ober buid) einen SßiQendaltjii tVanxi Sefümmt 
»erben. 3(i't''^^^i lotiift ein Sugerli^eö 2:$un be^ci^nen, loie 
fotogen, ff^nciben, Werfen ic, Iserbm befonberd mit \xi* 
biiattDcn Sbiettioen berbunben. 

I know not bj what power I am made bald (Shakkf., Mida. 
N. Dr. 1, 1.). Tbe ipeech, tfaa eentiments, of Bienzi uera rea- 
Jtrtd far aore impreitive by a meoDer of eariMat and deep «in- 
eortt}- (BD1.W., Bienii 3, 8). Wli«n . . brara tlantagenet . . 
«M* sTrMi dtad by thea (Sbaksp., Rieh. HL 1, 4.). I mws tlmck 
thmi with tha apprahaoaion of my own abvordity (GoLDflK., 
Tic). Mr. John Finlay, a poet irhoie carear vat ciU «Aort 
by a ptemature death (Scott, Minitr. I- 82.). But irhat feit 
D'Arcy, whea a( length Her fatber's gate wo« opm ftwng (Ro- 
axM, Jacqueline 3.). Mri. Kickleby took her night-cap from 
bet*een t^ lenvei of a *ery large prayar-book when il had 
ien fotded ^ «MaU (Dickims, Nickletiy 2, fi.). That viUala 
GaT««toa w nmujc m rarl (Uablowk, Kdw. IL 1, 3.). Of the 
whieh Fire kandred iMre but yasterday d^t'd knigUM (Sbaksp., 
BauTj V. 4, 8.). Cbarle« i» crovned Untf in ttheimt (I Henry 
Tl. 1, 1.). I WM adopltd keir hj bis (ronaeot (Ilt flenry VL 
a, 2.). Ha KMia eltcted eeiuor (GiSBOM, Decl. 2.). 1 to« brtd a 
um-jariag aiatt (Fiiu>., J. Andlr. 3, IT.). In hia old aga Dio- 
nnei yioM täte» captht by piratea (Lewes, Hiat. of Philoa. U. S3.). 
3)iiff(U)e Ser^tnig finbet |l(Rt in: Same ara bor» gnat (Sbakbp., 
Tveinh N. 3, 6.) Your aon who y« lay wai bor» blimd (Jomi 
>, 19.x infofccn bie b^äbtlatibe Seßimmunfl ber @cbuTt jngef^rto 
ita tmb, talfcc: Yet you ort «o Frenehnutn bort (Scx>tt, Qb. 
Duw. 16.). Gurth bont tktvü of Cedric (Cabltue, Fait a. 
Pia«. 3, 13.). Do^ finbet ao^ bei ^frivcn/^ttte bei 3ntT<infiti> 
Ha, bit jlmf^cii piäbitottvet unb <i))t)oruioci «te^mmuns f^uan- 

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iRtbe Snfembnns etneS Slontinatit) mit bem Xitti ftatt: I ihonld 
bfl much for opsn war . . if whst wot w^rf Jfom rmtfOK to 
pereoado immediat« mr, Did not diuoada me moit (Mclt^ P. 
L. 2, 119.). A Francb king war bronffU pritoner to Lasdoo. 
(Macadi.. Hiit. of E. I. 19.). 

mtt. What min th»t . , wo* iriade Acol (Uauudet. p. 88.). Bio tnd 
»fody thiu am I i«tt (Towh. H. p. S37.). Pien . . Wiu peyntei al 
iJM^ (F. Flouqoii. p. 396.). Amom tecM Florent ibiy^At ywods 
(OcTOcuH 1009.). That frei; foode w mad« Oä f«ra (Towk, H. p. 
ISB.). Jhwa aat , . Y-ermned tyng of Jevu (P. PumGBH. p. 398). 
^Ibf. fieodden ich vre* mon tboren (Lajam. U. 499.); iodf ani^; 
4 Berode teau liemm is« HK|>en« mam] (o Üiv* (Okk. S73.). Arebelaw 
iMUf A^«n uj)j> lo Jtm^ (8369.). Cri«t tnatt IWenn her to «uum« 

S269. cf. 448. 969.). 3m 9gf. i^ au^ 1)itt bR 9temhii)ttt) bc« 
lb{eftib gtbtSuc^Iii^, Beim Snbfianttb ijl tö Btliebt pi vät {>«• 
tcodan Terodei ealdor fäger and oAtti; gemtapen (A.- S, Hdjul. L 10.), 
JGdd« dud ^e eOi bÜTid geboren (Joa. 9, 1.). Bs vät blind deatned 
(9, SO.). Bsnedictoa vät iö papan gettt (Sax. Cns. lObS.). Saxolf 
abb' vät \iKi- geooTvn tö bitaop (ejs.). ÖinAbn nie fibn bic See 
»tnbung »an for f. attu[ati». 
h) Ek Snftititi» i(l ftiftn al« piabilatiB« ßrfl&njiing ja irtrai^teiL 
(Entf^ieben tft bieä bei gall in ©ä^en folgenbcr Kri 

And iMve <» Aom (Shaxbp. , John 1, 1.). With theo to go J« 
to tlay hon; wtthoat thee here to rtay, h lo go hanea uairilling 
(MiLT., P. L. 12, 615.). Bat tallciiig li not almji lo eotmene 
(Cowp. p. 114.). ^iei ijl ber t)rScitatii>e Oufintttt) tinem abfht^ 
ten ^aiqitiDoirte gladj ju ai^tcn. 

9nbn« Mt^altm f[i( ^Pnitiw, tnie fle libm Bei ben Seürn bct 
6$cinene nnb bei ^affinen all UtnfAteibangen ber fnfibitatittai 
Se^tmnungcn ' bun^ bai Scrb he mit eben benfelben Seftint' 
mnngtn «naefüM flnb. @ie ^pxtäfta bafl Sein berfriben noc^ betont«« 
aus, unb weifen auf einen entroitttiten StebenfiQ ^in, bejfen prSbitatiM 
STgSniungra eben jene Slenmuüiter finb. S)ie dlatur ber Umfcbieibintg 
Uirb flai; butt^ @5^, in benen ber 3tifinittu be< ^TStentnm »oTbntmt: 
He doGi not appear to Aare been a dnmiard (Macaui_, Emaji II. 10.). 
tobere 3nfiniti»e nat^ intranfitivcn nnb (»Ifiutn 3tit»Brteni entfcnttn ^ 
tuiS) wtita bDn ber eigentlii^en ))[abi(atT»cn SiBdnjmtg. He teemed ta 
ileep (Lbwkb, Hiat of Philo«. U. 2i.). Tel nuiif difTrent iotellecti 
Are/ound fhave contru? effscCa fBun.. , Hod. 3, 2, 263.). SnfofRn 
ober folc^e ^nfinitiM {nm X^eil m $articipiaItOTtnen tKnoonbelt 
uxtben tBnnen, ml^gen au^ fle als ^ixSbilati-ot SrgSnjungen int ttxttnta 
Sinne angelegen onbtn. Uebrigen« fe^e man bie Seftre bum dnftnititn 
<s) X)aä ^a^liooat, au($ abgefe^en »on btr cdn abjcftibifi^m Dib* 
iran^ejal^t, tann baS ©ubjeR nai^ feinet iSin^ obti Sitl^rit (ncfi* 
bilatib bepimmen. 

He it bot 00« (Sbakbf., Cymb. 4, S.). We viere («em — who 
ntHT are one (Btk., Pris. of Chillon.). ©0 fönn man bie Sorbi- 
nalja^t aui^ in ber 9{fi(fbeutung auf ein ^au^ituort anfe^en: The 
cbi«f conceBsiona nhich tbeie Lordi pressed tfae king (o mika 
vxre lAree (IAacwl., Hiat. of G. III. 322.), ttie alÖbantt OQO jniD 
^äifym für bat $au^tU)ort isilb: tf the degraea of Edinburgh . . 
can make a gnigeon, I am oae (Coop., Spy 8.). 9v^ lann boS 

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tantourt er^oltcit : I un one of the people (Bulw^ Rianzi 3, tS.). 
Kin$ bie -3fentiitSt lann itaät oue btjCK^net fein: Our interMti 
tn MC (HoLHK Lee, Thornej Hall 38). Die ÜJrbtinngfija^t tann 
goBj bcn S^iattcc einer quatitalt&en ^efKntmuns «nnelfintii: B«- 
gmllaM of tii« blisa Whemin he tat Stcond to thee (Milt., F. L. 
3, 409.). 

Ule. Tbkj w«r« bot wzty and ttn When thaj Bnt cun in tO thji 
lud (Tow>. H. p. 56.). Hü conunKandenMDU« tir ten (p. 60.). TbTna 
eDCDjM den Ar« (Ciudc,, C. T. p. IfiS IL). 8s|. He vis M >■» 
trdb (JoH. T, Tl.). — Be vät me^ »ylf (Amdii. 66S.). 
d) gfimBctci aller Vit ^nnen )>rfibilatti> toeiben. 
«) ICa« lieTfanli^f Sfiraort tritt tiräbihttb auf, 'ao bad @u6i(It 
feine Seftimmt^ett buni^ feine Sejie^ung auf eine tonhete $ei;fSn> 
(ic^teit ec^t. 

I Hw him not theae muiy yeara, and yeC I know't tt he 
(Shaksp-, Cymb. 4, 2.). „Wo» it yo«^" — „(Tot 'VI? yaa, 
lit KW." (II Henry VI. 1, 3.) „I» that you. Hannah?" — 
„It irJ." (DiCEiKa, Nicki. I, 5.) „Thia ü Am, Fagm," sud 
Jack Dawkinj; „my friend, Oliver Twiat" (Oliv. Tw. 8.); tt» 
natOiG^ kirn ben ^ominalib baTfleHt. -Sbeutifi^e ©Sge, loie I 
m I howe'er I wa« begot (Shassp., John 1, 1.). la^en in beut 
UKtttv gürwoTte eine fonfreter gefagte SorltcQun^ entbecten. 
S)ie briöe ^Jerfon |le^t öfter mit 9M(f6eiie^unfl auf em ©u&pan- 
tie: Be, perhaps, »tiall need Some mewenger ^. And be thoa 
le (SaAKSP., John 4, 2.). All I wanted was Bonie St meBHn* 
ger . . now I bava found bim and thou ort he (RowE, Fair Fe* 
lüt. 2, 2.). „I am (hat caan," «ald Jeans, I am HeJ (KtBKE 
Wetiie, Chriitiad 1, 17.) — tLH @u&flantic crfi^eint ia» pr> 
nwit in: I had caught yonr mantle — I waa a teeond ym (BüI.Vi., 
Bienzi 1, 10.). 

SRon taitn m btn angeführten Seiftitetm leinen 3oe>ftt Aber Ue 
InrSbttotiM SeRimmutis ^abm; bic fifen^eKuna bn ^erfünlit^tcil tft b« 
3n^ilt M $räbi(alte. 3m Site, fonimt biefe «tt bet «uffapn« 
ebcnfallV bn: Lo, Joaeph, it ü I, an angelle lend to ths (Town. M. 
p; 135.). AI air, he aayd, arl thoa A«f (Ifomtim)» S97.) Be ja 
A«r (Slll.) SH btt atfldbqte^ung tnbeffen nirb aber anc^ bog nmüait 
gfirsmt SatMnbd: Mary, tbon aekji th; God, and that am 1 (Towm. 
U. p. SGT.)i blH^ <n4: „Who art thou?" — „It am I Abaolan" 
(Cbadc, C. T. ST64.) 3-m agf. bdldt hit bie Slüilttjie^ims au«: 
Eart {la EEai7 And he cTäfl: Ne eom ic hil (Joh. 1, 21.) (nenenoL 
I am not)- Uebei^u))! fegt bna SCgf. ba, w bie Reifen fepjti^llai 
t9, btefe nit^t nn bie ©teile ber fnSbtfatiWii 8eftimmung, teo bit, gleic^ 
fem als auf eine wtauflgdegte »epimninna ta $er{«n bejogen, ehttiitt: 
Sb ft eör: ie hit eom; ne oodriede go cöv (Luc. 24, S6.), Oeaeäil 
Bdne'handa and tnine fSt, [ät ie ty^ hÜ eom (24, S9.). 
fi) Haif ba« biiti^ »elf berftdrfte Sünnoit toirb firäbilati» geSratu^L 
The king »» not hmuelf (Ssakbp., Rieh. II. 2, I.). Be yimr- 
M^, for yoD muBt die thia instant (Rowe, J. Shore 4, 1.). 
Sbortly I thall be vtystY again (Coleridoe, Wallenat 4, 3.), 
M/ pajn ia goß«, and Constance ia hertHf again (Caupbeli., 
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eibualilSt au*. X>iele aB^sIüit SuSbnideuxifc ft^tint aui bei iAagaai 
Spraye avmMÜ'cea. 

y) S)o9 foffeffice SSflrtoorf »irb, »o Ri^ b«fi^iebtnE germen 
beffe(&en sebilbet ^abm, in ber ooQeren Spornt, glci^ einem Sb* 
itttitt, t>räbitatio. 

The bishopric of CoTentry ü A« (Maklowe, Edw. II. 1, 2.). 
And all 1 bsT« it h*rt (Jew of M. 1, 1.). What thou ut w 
väna {iiiVT., P. L. 9, 957.}. All ü not MeiVf (4, 613.). And 
&e it mnie to moM ti^ra (BoaKss, Icily, N&pUi). I am tkint 
(BuLw., Moner 3, 3.). Sei begi »eifiäiteuben o<ra erfc^ritit Ut 
fi^uat^e Soim, obwo^ cati) mina ittib tbine: She i* Mm» «m 
(Sbassp-, Tomp. 4, 1.). Tbe city m yow owt (Maklowk, Jm 
of M. 5, 1.). 

2)ae aite. ttioa^xt (ier bit UDlIe gönn, baS nnaigiinifi^ * trl^eint 
UM^ ftiten; @))unn bn glc^on tx^alUn fu( ow^ an btr pTfibitoltVdi 
Scflimmung Ungne ^cit: AU that wo« n; haibondoB and mgm 
(AiuDAS 159). OuM ü tbs maiitry of Ihe felde (Alu. »163.). Tbii 
Childs ü Goddi* kod your (Cot. Mysi. p. 118.). „Whosig ibBt chyld. .r* 
— „Sir, God«B ud yaurt (Töwm. M. p. 76,). Miiie thei bat and of 
ma (f. Floqchm. p. 38, 9.). ^e hatred of helle beo heore (Wbiqst, 
Polil. S. p. 157.). For wa belk thyne oaene (P. Plouchm. p, 4*.). 
e. I. 188. Kgj. ForfiKm [is heoni y* heofeDan rice (Math. 5, 10.]. 
[HiC ve ieim ^n« d^ena (Eidd. 34, S.). €. attiibut. ^flttnert. 

>) 33a« btmonflrattee gflnoott Ifißt fii$ «ut bann oH |)rfibifa« 
tio ouffflffeii, toenn fift baS ©uBjeft no* frine finnfäflige EjiPenj 
aufjutteifen Met6t, ober baS ^iincort jur dtlhfmärtebcuhmg obei 
Si>nDärt^(uti[Tig auf einen Subflantibbcgriff bient. iCod) nuig 
eS bielfac^ jtteifef^afl bleiben, ob baS gärnwTt alä @u&Itft oba 
als ^räbifatibe Srafingung ju betrachten i|l 

„And art thou retumed to me, my darling," eried I, „to b« 
mj comfort in age?" — nT^ol ahe it," cried JeDkinion (Goldsm^ 
Vic. 31.). Sbould I eny thou art rieh, or that thoa art honoa- 
rable, or wiae, or valiant, or leamed, or liberal? Wby, thou art 
mit tStte (Ben Joks., PoetaaL 1, 1.). Thxt ia hia trua bluand* 
neu, boDOur, „liberty" «od mwcimum of wellbeing: ifllberty bi 
MOJ liat, 1 for onfl have amall cara abouC liberty (Carlixe, Faat 
a. Frei. 3, 13.). Now the namei of tbe biralra apoatlaa mtt 
thft! Tbe firat, Simon etc. (Matth. 10, 3.). 

Blte. The fynt commaan dement ü ßiU etc. (Town. H. p. M.). Uj 
Wille u thü, Marter ye Hhalle mo calle (p. 3.). 3Ste Ictl^t ft^ bie 
giamtnatifi^t fluffafTuns umte^tt, jeigt bie agf. Ueberie|}inig bei otcs 
angefahrten Stelle: Put synt »UUce )i«ra trelf apoclol« mmu (Maxk. 
10, a.). 

StoS'i'be T^QnDSiter flel^en tu birefter unb inbireltn Srage, «Ü 
torlfiufigt Sertietet ))tfibitatit>ex QrgSniungcn, wlätt is etttt 
SntiDoit gefoTbert ober Doiauägtfegt ntrben. 

a)ie fubflantioifc^en •oAo lub wAat finb aU <su6ieltt unb OB« 
leite [^aTaIteiiilif<4 unter [(Rieben, tJidbitatib aebraui^t finb fle 
iebo4 ni^l ßberaQ biufi^tlu^ ber aeforberten Srgäujnng entfi^< 
benb. Who fragt ^iet m^ ber $crfon, bie m ber Süitawit 

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eba aOgcninnert Sejric^nnnsen tet ^erfänlic^Icit feßgeß^t uki> 
tat laniL 

Z will bfl aeqiuiitted iritb ker: wko ü ahe? (Sodth., Oroon. 
1, 2.). TIm good iDott meiit God'g pecnliar eara, Bat who, 
bnt God, ein toll ds t»io tltor on^* (Pope, Ewa; od U. 4, 136.) 
„ffiko'cHMtor JooM?" — „A curat«'« aon." (Shebid. Kirowus, 
Huehb. 3, 1.) „Wke'w the object?" — „A most vortby mBn." 
(ib.) Da^tx lann auf what, u>d nai^ bei $etfon geftaat uirb, 
SM S^rIk^ SlnttDcrt, ivie auf who erfolgen, obwo^C what 
ui| tier Stator ber $erfon tsie bet ©o^e fi^^r vn^ tu ber 
Kcgd Mie^T als ben Spanien ber ^rfon in btr flntttort borauS> 
f((l: I meao teho and tntol fae ü (Scott, R. R07 24.). }Vhat 
Bvyou thkt fly me tfaus? Some vilLus moantkinesTB ? (Shaxsp^ 
Cjmb. 4, 2.) „ »fÄn/ arl thou?" — „Of the part of England." 
(Jobs 6, G.) „Wkat arl thoa?" — „A traveller." (Mablow«, 
(Edw. II. 1, 1.) 3So rt M um bte ^räbiliilitie SefKnununa 
eiaeB fatölit^en ©ubJBttce ^anbelt, ifl what feit fiiltper Seit 
gröräui^lii^- Whart thst? (Sherid. Knoht-kS, Virgin. 3, 2.1 
IPiutfi tfay Enterest In this sad wreck? (Suarbp., Cymb. 4, 2.) 
Daik ipiritl tVhal must be Tb« maUDetB af thy memDry? (Btk., 
Ode to N. h.) WKat was that Utile Freuch air she was so 
bnd ofT (BuLw., Mono; 3, 5.) @e[b{) auf quantitative 
SejKmmunßen brt ©uSjelta ifl what bejogen. „Wkai ü the 
hooT?" — „Ic want« buC one to aunaet" (Bt&., Manfr. 3, 1.). 

3)01 KItc fcagt vaä) bei ^ntcn'mil who «1« )»T5biTattMr Sß^\m- 
rnrng: Wha an thonf (WicLvrrE, Job. 1, 19.) Who u thst Hob 
orar the waOo? (Towh. U. p. lä.) ÜD«^ ifl bie gTage mit what SIter: 
Whal it thi* womman? . . Tbai ii Made (P. PtoccBM. p. 29.). ^Ibf. 
Wial htod [leoi nt-lajen? (Lajam. III. 91.) 3in 3(g|. »itb uamlti^ ein 
»ifibilatioc« hva bennicbrn. .Hv» eort >ii? (Joh. 1, 1». 22.) 
£eU aynÄm ge? (Baor. 479.) Sege Ai, Criat, Ad^I m b« ^ Im 
dilli? (Math. 2S, 68.). Gif ^a riitcst G<H]ei btTb, and AvJU «e m ^ 
njd tö {m . . ^ bnde hin« )>iU ha »eald* f« Kfei viier (Job. 4, 10.). 
A« mvi lil*? (Gkh. BS, 5.) no baS Onglif^e hriU bur6 who Sbec- 
ktt- SHf St|itb>>tig eines prSbiEatiuen what auf Sat^Iictw 1(1 allen 
3eites ocsuin: Site. Lord, lü sejd, teoK« u your will? (Ci.eces 389.)> 
IFfcji hai {lei jiiiigiB omonge lo manj nieo? (Wici.i'i'irK, Joh. 6, 9.) 
%(. Bril j« tii«? (EioD. 16, 15.) Stät yt ^ia namaT (Marc. 5, 9.). 
Aat fnd ]ii Jnng bBtreox «vä manegnm manDam? (Jon. 6, 9.). 
(iennt man fli$ bic attributiec Ceitombung bes what cnttotdeli taten. 

3>a0 urfptiinnfi(6 abjefticifi^e akiok toirb ^läbitatio befanbert 
onf fubftantietf4< Subiette begogen. 

Ye», Sir, to Milford Haven; which it tbe way? (SüAESr., CfnA. 
4, 3.) It ia esay to predict vhieh will be the reaalt (Bolw., 
Biena 3, 1.). 

%ttL B7« bad äie abbttM hir wU and rede Whieli w«r« bar kia (Lir 
ts FBum SSe.). I De wote «uUoA ü the waj (Towk. M. p. 138.). 
«tOf. ITuMe i«od «Dre i<lsaan7 (Lajam. II. 156.) flgf. Ajrfe jt 
mal (Pe. 84, 11.). fl^elo ü rina vUT (Boetil 3», 9.). 

dn tnbireften S^ogcfä^en, in benen baS friu^be ^A^^ )■>■ 
|Iei4 Ott @abielt unb aU yrfibilativc IBeßimmung vn> 



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tommt, lotm man fi^mitlen, toeli!^ von (cibni baS ®it6« 
idt ifl. • 

He kD«w (oAar* loAnf (Bütl., Bud. 1, 1, 149.). For fau- 
doM thihga fo like & iritch, T i« hard t' tmriddle toMoA it »kick 
(3, 3, 11. cf. 1, 1, 139.). „Why thkt tums'i miiM." — n^Jiil 
yon woalä like yonr boy"! to be the Bame?" — hNo," laid mj 
läther, ronaing himielf. „Nobody woald koow iMek it uAieuk." 
(Butw., CaxUin« 1 , 3.). aw ©u6ieft bflrfte ba« jtteit« gADBort 
antufc^tn f(in. 

alte. f6d\Vf. \. J. 296. 3n bitfnn gaUe tsiib bai euBjett, beffm 
fufiptaiititllci: @(^It Itbiglii^ batht btAe^t, bag rt Uttite als fraalit^e 
$tTfon sbn Sac^ boranegefe^t tfl, bnn^ btc firUilatiM ISirgSiijiiiig 
»tebtnuii ht grast stficat Uebn atpnlii^ ftb' maitSttf^r&ntutig 
bt« abjctttbloQce. 
dn »ic »tit URbtfiimmte SftilDärtEr ju (irfibilaticcn Srg&it« 
junflcn »nben fdnnen, eigiebt fidr Iei(^t üui bem bi^er aber 
quaUtdtibe unb quantitatice iSeflimmungen ®tfagten. 

For many o~t the traea of God that grow In FarodiBa (Hn/r., 
P, L. 9, 618.). The locks npoa thy brow ort fem (Tb. Moork 
p. 4.). I am notking (Sbakbp., Cymb. 4, 2.). That '( noUumff 
(Tenkyb. p. 201.). Such wa the strain, Moi^aata miol (Th. 
Moore p. U8.) 

aitt. Mony 004 [le goda body, fiat yBlawa vm tm (B. or Gi- L 
S.). ^an^ im the weyeB Mpericael» (Chauc, C. T. p. 1S5. L) Thia 
ü now/hi (Wbiqhi, Anecd. p. HO.). They are not layOc« alt Ihej 
■eme (Halliw. V.). ägf. Bl /«o^ lyrufen (S. Bash,. p. 14.). <7enäA 
hyt ü (Marc. 14, 41.}. Hir gdeifa ne bid ruUt (WncBr, Pop. TreU. 
p. 14,). Svtle vät ]xi,r hin (äkdb. 35.) k. 

Etliptifc^e« ^rSbilat. 
3)CT uefentli^c iSfftanbt^cil ttä $r5bifatee i|t iai 3^<'t°<'^ i" femn 
^nfonolfoTin. 3Bie auc^ anbcnoeittg firäbilattv ober abonbial beftimm^ 
uie abfliaft aui^ fetner Sebcutung nac^, bleibt ed immer bafi eini^enbe 
9anb jtoift^en bem ©ubjette unb jertett iBeftimmungen, unb bcjtK^net 
joglnA bie 3citft>^äre, UeI6er \xx9 ^räbifat ange^Bit. @leti^&)i>^{ toint 
bnn ^flbifate ftlbp baS 3"'»ort fehlen. S3ie SBebingung, unter bkI- 
i^er bieS gefr^e^en (onn, ifi eben bie, baß bem 3ei'wtte wettere Seflim« 
nunaen jutommen muffen, aus benen na^ bem 3BegfatCe beö 3eittei>r> 
te« biefe« fetber ju enal^en btdbt. 2)ie ßa^I unb Strt ber Seittoattac, 
li»t<^ im ertoeiterten @a|e auSfaSen tonnen, i^ befcfjrdnft ; am $JUiftg< 
ßen finb a b<i9 Setb ber S^ifitnj unb SerBa ber Ü9«cegnng, in anin* 
oerem SRaage anbere 3:^tigteite6eeriffe. ülitfer aufifaQ gefi&rt t^eils ber 
Voefle, t^eiU ber audbTu<fdboaen ftftije ber ebleren Kebe, t^eild ber @pra(^ 
htS gemeinen üebenä an. 

l.a>a« ©erb ber (Spifienj, be. fann nic^t bfo8 im ^tSfenS, fcnbcrn 
tiaät in anbcren 3^'tfo<^'» festen, tätigt jebo^ ber 3iifoiiii>icn^sg 
ergeben mug, luie Ut9 au<^ ^infli^tltt^ anberer SßerBa gilt. S>te flcffifjfc 
gei^Sit befunberS $auptfS$en, aber and) 1RebenfS|;en an; met|l ti>ntii 
eine b^^^bitatioe, tioä) au^ teenn eine abceibialc Sefiimmung fibrig 
bleibt. 

Yon a eoptiM«, you glaTel (Shakbf., II Henry IV. 2, 4.) Dmgon 



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iwaH«(MiLT^F.L. 1, 462.). HTlHew-tli« •traeta of Sodom (1, &0S.). 
WitM foottUpi tbenT (YoCHO, N.Tb. 6, 804.) A ^m< sloteMMM, 
JoMph, Thftt lame LyMknderl (Bitlw., Eichel. 1, 2.) Cruel hii e^e 
(HiLT., P. L. 1, 604.). Hon tHÜt tbey, who think «aght graat below 
(YoDKO, N. Tii. 6, 81Ö.). Short hia CAreer, indeed, but a£^ m (Cowp. 
pt. 19.). HoiP great tha Myetery! (BoSEBa, Hain. Life.}. No one m 
■h^ M be tlwt will not hear (Lohqf. I. 131.). No honH So teft 
M Harion'a (Bulw., BicheL 1, 1.). — Why tliii m raartf Becauw 
/MTot of *U The duy of death (XoDiia, N. Tb. 6, 366.). Sinee 
that hope deiätd in worlda of itrife, Be thou the raiubow to tbe 
■tonni of Ufa (Byr., Bride 2, 20.}. Hie Lord'i comiiuuid he ne'er 
«idutood, Thongb itnaii bit pleaanre to do good (Scott, L. Miuti. 
6, 16.). Wket to me fiune? (BoLW^ Eich. 1, l.). 

Empirae die: Wi^e now the romau? graek? (Youmo, N. Tb. 9, 
10T0> Höre Company hdoie . . sball I tbow Ibem Dp? (Gou>af., 
G. Net. H. 1.). Nobody thxre (DtcKXRS, Bettle cf Life 2.). Hr. 
Helen viM»? (DoüQL. Jkbbold, Bnbblee 2, 1.) So, fo[ Evelyn «fit 
•^aöi — eh, Glomnore? (Bulw.. Hon«y 2, G.) — Bot »Äw» th" 
Extreme of vit^e, wai ne'er egreed (Fope, Essay on U. 3, 321.). 

3ii bcn obcnrbialcn Sejlimmungen eineS ®a|eä mit U[ft)ifin^i4ctll 
Sab bei S^flnj ge^Öien au(4 bie Slntolinfc^ungen, in benm ein 1^ 
ticwi^tntg burt^ to umf<^rie6en wiib. 

Woe to &U1 loMif/ (Shasbf., Eich. IIL 3, 3.) Peace to Iht ariitt 
«boM ingeniona thonght Devia'd tbe ireatber houM (Cowp. p. 168.). 
Thanka to Batevobu (p. J69.). Death to th« tynaayl Life to tlu 
StpubUe! (BcLW., Bienri 1, 12.). 

^iofia fe^It namenttic^ in %u0bnid9iseifen betf gemeinen iüitat 
Dil bem %ei6 bet €^f)eiii jugfeit^ baS Su^jelt beä ®aQfd. 

$irr if) bidroeiltn bie ex^e obn bie jiceite ^eifon bed )>eifBnIi^ 
gbwoctcfl mit aufgefallen. 

„BoaUwaio . .1" — „Htre, master." (Shahsf., Temp. 1, 1.) Sir, 
jnw kmuhU oreanj (Sherid. , Biv. 2, 1.). He then cried out, »Co* 
aäy, airl" thongb nobody called (Fielc, J. Ändr. 1, 16.). »Ar* of 
tbat?« — „ Vrry utrt." (Goldsh. , G. Nat. M. 4.) Why to wtkmd, 
Sir Trtuty, wby? (Addis., Bäaam. 1, 3.}. Wbat, aiarmed, Amanda? 
^xus., Trip to Scarb. 1, 3.} Ät yottr tervkt, Hr. Soarl! (Tatiob 
a. Bkad£, Haaka 2.} My deur sister, «e were jost load in yonr 
piaiaea. Bat hmr '■ this? not m moitrmng? (Bdlw., Uoney 1, 2.) 

@dSiifiQ iß bie Sufilaffung bn brjtten ^erfon beS fferf&nli^en ober 
taaimßtati&cn $ÜTn>ortefi im neutralen Sinne. Späte like a aprite- 
(ü Boble geotleman (Ssakbp., John 4, 2.). „Spoi« with the air of 
a ehambermaid." — „RepUed with tbe apirit of a lerTing-man." 
(Hu. äsTUTKK, Wonder2, 1.) „Jgreed," aaid Mra. Hertoa(BQLW., 
Alice 1, 13.). Snoagit to live in tempest, die in port (Yotma, N. 
Th. 5, 666.). Bot, stränge to lay, tbe «sistence of the trencb . . 
bad not been mentioned to bim by any of bis acoate (Uacaul., 
Hiit. of E. IL 176.). Foggier yet and coider! Piercing, seamhing, 
Maig eoU (DiCKENS, ChrisUn. Car. 1.). Very Miagviar — could we 
diKorer it <Cablyle, Fast a, Pres. 2, 3.). Hia mutch was broken 
off, aa already related (GloLDSU., Vic. 3.). Half past ntae, and Mr. 



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Chftrlea, Iub not yet ntiira«d (BotmciCAnLT, Land. AManiM« 1, I.). 
W\o»t fmüf WhoM bat bia own? (Milt., P. L. 3, 96.) Uo wuMer, 
G«orgft contiDaea atill to wnte (Btr. p. 313.) [bgl. It is no iMtter 
(Sbakbp., Two 6«Dt)em. 9, 3.)}- ^Vhat härm.' (6tb. p. 324.) V^olly 
a hUntd (nu.- when jargun might «bäte, vxä, bers and iher« «ome 
gfliinine Speech begin (Cablti.k, Put a Pre«. 1, 4.)- "SAt* ift oii^ 
w\ SbMTtim ber %aV,: Hon noa! mj bnxom widow hsre? (GuiTLt- 
HAM, TobacooniBt 2, 1.). If «o, nhere infidvts (Yotme, N. Th. 
7, 1384.). »ei brc britten $erfon b« UReltrja^t fännen t&en^« 
€u&ittt anb ^^i abfaHtn. Jlfy ovm tentmtnts, mtidain (Goldsh., G. 
Nat. M. 1.). <S\n gragenort fc^It in: Comel your dtftnctf (Shkkid. 
Kkowleb, Lore-Chase 1, 2.> u. bgt. m. 

2)it a6»(tfung brt 5fitworti be gt^t in tnatt^ gaffen tii in bit aftrib 
©pra^lJttiobe inrütf. Smn »ir ni^t im ©tanbt finb tBiptilt&e Vtilbruas> 
Uttfcii bcr Uineang«tt)ni4t in btm Sltevcn Sngltf^ nacbjQnxifni, fe Hegt 
biffl |iim Zlb'i' baian, bag bic Sltt^tn liitnanic^ OucIIni nii^t gnabc bic 
@pnii^ bei gtmtinni itüat int^Ittn, tote biea in ttxa jibttttTtu 2)nnna 
bn gaO i|L flu4 ifl (« natüiti^, bag bic Snjaiit gelfiufl^n SDicfni bttfa 
Krt fi^ mit bn 3<<t s^n'^^ ^- -S^^ t" ¥i»nc bei ntunen 3tit f4ctiil 
M bit Audaffuns be« Snb btr S^ijlcnj bui^ bnt iSinflng bn tlaflif^ 
fiiltnatiir weitet «uSgebe^nt ju \i<s.bm, bn bit Sü^nbeit btt aflf. Votjle ii 
bieftr eqie^nng [Snsft in ScrAefTen^eit gerat^en aar. eeiftritTe bee fitäbitätiMii 
abjcHio unb eubflacitio neben bem SubjtKe ^6e i^ in bei Sittfiat eng* 
V^iftK ^ptaift lanm angttcpfftn; |1e finb mtifi auS n>SleTtt ^cit. No man 
siore welkom in Üä» world wide (Cov. Utit. p. STO.). Ndod m hari^ to 
pcMama in mj he; prueoM To odIdm bese lyppjs (p. 290.). Lord, thii 
i* »oibe, wcareljr, Wytne* the profeti 1 sa; (Towh. U. p. 1S9.), Whal 
«hTt wiib the? (p. 76 cf. p. 80.) 7Ae teeiüda jwyni . . Hat the mawm 
worche apoa the vark daj (Halliw., Freemaa. 2i>9 cC BT.). Sit Sut* 
laffnng bcfl SabjeHeS unb U9 SSttb jugfrii^ trifft man )um 2VtI in JERntn 
SntbnidmMiftn: Wü layd, hj eorpui booneai (Ciuoc, C. T. 14846.) 
Wtleopte . , Qaod thii wif (Wbight, Aneed. p. S. ef. p, S.), Mfl^Subig: 
Weteomen art Uion (p. 8.). No wonder if I wede (Towx. M. p. 136.). 
^(bf. Laasrd, iu nid ^f (I^jah. U. 3SS.) b. L how is it witb Ihcef 
ÜoL Kitt. Bca $0, for Mahawne« mrgbt? (Tutrn. M. p. 69.). S)cff Xgf. 
fdlt in btr ^fte rnib bttiotiltn in bn ^tofa €ubie!t unb ^SbüotiiK abn 
«btxibialc Cc^mung ununmitttlt neben tinanbn: Sand unjjüte, de^ 
deMa ng (Cos. Exoii. 328, 14.). Ver uncundod (Cadn. 183.). ^ Mresa 
t&i (Math. 18, 8. Cantabrig. ) b. t initinm doloriun bj. Fi «ja ^edaOra 
beara! (S. Outhlac 6.) On aprodor, fmr lenht and ttf (Cadm. 94T4.), 
esnbjtlt nnb Str6 ft^It j. C in btm Omgt: Fej fewRd ApoUoni (Afm^ 
i^K. p. 70> Fei gatmd lillford Apolloni (ib.); aui^ fenfl: Sig Int art 
gteeeden (Oaa. 44, 10.}. 

S. dnlianflliDe Scrba bn 99ei»tgting, tne 8<V*ir lonmcn, fi4 
totnben, ctttn ic. in tigtotti^n; unb ilbeTtia(|«iec Sdtnttntig, fc^ea 
oft ba, »0 bad SBo^in obet So^tt bnt<^ abbciNale Seftimintmgcii 
anaebeutet i|t 

locfrabcrS ffaib et ^dfc^efS^c unb SiaQcfA^t, bcnnt ncBft bem 8n6 
l^fig aiK^ ba« @ubitft fe^lt, unb 6ti bcncn bn SffeH bt« »tbcsbai 
bk tlntonfung eitlÄrli^ ua^t, feitrarr bt^oufitenbe @fit(c 

7b e«Mi.- lilancel (Shaxsp., Temp. 1,1-) Tb tone, to hont.' 
(Bam. n. 2, I.) Back to Aijr pwiiiihMif, Fatie Aigiti*B (Uilt., P. 
L. 9, 699.). fbnMpJ, brars cbampiotu, A) th* ßgktl (Scott, L. 



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IGiNtr. h, 90.) 9b ponr mMrit/ (BvLW., lUenii &, 3.). Vaj 't 
ple«M foa, (o the pomt (Coleb., Fi«c. 1, IS.). B»ek, i«eA, anJ 
ioBf, tboQ aimpla Ixiyl (Scott, Harald 1, 17.) Away, ateag, yon 
Ben of rolea I (Th. Moors p. 30.) Then Jortk lay fitlier'a tcimitar 
(Btb., Bride 2, 23.). Owl sword? (Sbaksp., Cymb. 4, 1.) ObI q^ 
Mjr koMie . . thoa viper (Coitobeve, Wsy of the WorM 5, 1 .). QuiiA — 
füeH of with youl (B(;i.w., Money 4, 2.) Down with Clurlai of 
BoTgnndyl (Scott, Qd. Durw. 19.) Bat htnet ye thoaghti that rite 
mBorror'i ahapaf (Bvb., Bride 3, 20.) Welt dow about eßMÜnff thia 
derice! (Mablowk, Jew of H. 5. 2.) How /or ftu »nunp't Ami- 
■CK/ (CcnxR., Piec. 2, 1.) — fVüAtr eo soon? (Marlowb, Jaw 
oTM. 4, 4.) And wAoies all bamin guilt? (Youira, N. Th. 4, 4.) 
What meaaftger/roM wu/friend* tfaia morning? (Goldam., G. Nnt. M. 1.) 
„Sij «hat a poor, fbnd fool VietoriHn was!'* — „And tbia from 
Htt!" (LoNflP. I 174.) — Heneeoai onnatVal qnaml with ooraalTea 
(YoOKR, N. Th. 2, 170.). „Who knocka ao load, and koockf 
W lato?" — „From BrmJttome I," th« warrier med (Scott, L. 
Minttr. 2, 3.). 

flugerbcm unib uadt mobaten Strien, Ute »hall, wiS, mvtt rnib itai^ 
bt üSmälm bec 3nfinitiu »on Serben brr Semegung auegdaffen. 

Aqi) thou ghiüi back to Fnince (Mabt... Edv. 11. I, t.). Farewell: 
I 'U hence (Addis., Ciito 2, 5.). I witf back to rcncue the ladf 
Buneline (Scott, Qu. Dnnr. 20.). You muat to Pomfret, not anto 
Ibe Tower (Sb\kbp., Bich. 11. 5, t.). I muil afler him, to teil bim 
llie oewg (Shbrid., Eiv. I, 1.). Pritbea. tel 's to it presently, for I 
UD M drj SB a dog [Marl., D. Faaat 2, 4.). Let ug acroaa' the 
ceantrj to Terracina (BcLw., Rienci 3, 1.). And now let Di down 
to breakfuat (Marrtat, V.ilerio B.). 

% Sntlflffnng wn ^Mnulfonnen bnSnba btv SnKSHiig t)l im Nttmi 
fcglili^ iinb ^IBfa^fif^en oft aniutwffou Ajat, tnutor», ajm (R, of 
Gt. IL 559 ). Mow Ca lehyp, on and othir! (Ricn. C. oc L. 6H49.>. Qiiylc 
<ftEr Dane ereryolioii (Alis. 24S0.]. "Upf sajde tho aanf^l, and wel üie 
V«l> (Bich. C. um L. fiSOA.). .Iwoy/ qood iche (Chauo. C. T. 1SS94.). 
Ota, thtl>a, fro lay wonytt (Towh. M. p. 14fi.) — Tha fbnlea «p and 
Mag en boogh (luii lk Ffuan 175.). ^Ib[, Swide ia «e«wer rteiaul & 
imh wa KuHan rideo (Lajam. II. 279.), Na Aaom fa, na ftwn (o/ (IL 
WS.) Up aa qf läpm bilioa (III. 13S.}. .&M«r, Ai(2«-, wepa«p (UI, 63.). 
— (gnpcB heore ODiaea & </ mu! Aers brechet (II. SSS.); b. k fitruntci 
■il lixta «oftn, logen f^ie ^fcn att«. 3tn Sgl. Itnb mir B^nfi^e 
9ti{)itb nji^t aufstiegen, «BncI^I bit anefaffims b« ^finitie »on Bntai 
hl QAMgtmg, twli^e fb^ birr^ aOt fipriic^titnobffi gft^t, ««4 SSvbatixrbtii 
««4 hnt in4t feM<- 8ttt. For sow cerMi >ider I mai (Lamotoft I. 142). 
Mjn aaa lAalla witke as (Tuwit. M, p. 87.). laaac and I witb lo ]rond 
Ma (p. sa.). VUMu fer io day (Chado. C. T. «969.). Fot erei Oio 
taha paoi wwt to (tu kyiiga (Wuiohi', PoÜL S. p, 149.). A iwerd mutt 
•Ui ai (Tow>. M. p. 37.). To I com homo I an ao irk That faithw 
■qrl aogbi (p. 15S.). Saf- le hitn äftac loeoi (Bzor. 2816 Grein.). Fram 
ie a« vtSe (Btbhtsoth 317.). Ifelle ic nn nef^e hioooD (Bobtb. S6, 2.). 
tt AnGxei IcAfe häfde, pracia cyning, |>it be t>oDan miite (Xi-ra. Postbt 
nCankle ed. Boeth. p. SS9.). Ic Ut mlno vibn lA [>e (Geh. 16, 5.). Oif 
k U £iiHikde tA tie«»B htanm feto (lluo. S, S. cC Erm. Lsx. An^o«. 

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48 SnOatSiM. «Btrt' m« eotflsn«. LtONnitL ffin^Ssias. 

S-Zranfittee Sßctba Hai aOecbitts« ni^t feltm auSgcfoIIeit. 9tt6ßd 
man iabt^ttt bic Sälü a6, tn bnten eine iieibunitlimg bei UTffjrtng* 
tilgen ©ogfcrm eingetreten ift (ein ©egen^anb, tod^ ber jefi^ic^* 
&ni Stpivffcafi^t angi^Bit), fo jle^en ber tebenben @])i;ai))e BKtng 
Saijjfen biqer Sit ^u Gebote. Sei ber Ununterfc^ieben^eit bet $afn4* 
formen mug tS jugl«^ uirtfa^ jUeif^ft bleiben, ei ein Vor^benei 
«Sa^t^eil a(« bad ©ubjett ober olS bae CbjeR eine« boOlianbisen ' 
So^eS flbria geBIieben i(L ISnb(i4 t{l ber Untetf^eb jttif^en entern 
abfoluten, etnem abberbiolen Sa\aS unb einet etii^tif^en ^gbeflim' 
muna ni<^t llbnall fefl ju halten. @. jtafn0. 

XU elXt^tifc^ &a\u6 barf mau «inen folc^n betrauten, tDdt^er bii 
SorfteUung 1>t6 ©eben«, ©eufi^ren«, $olenä, 5Brinsenf 
u. bgl. jur Sorauäfegung tlot> 

J horte! a horte! mj kingdom for » honel (Shakbp,, Bich, IIL 
5, 4.). Ottär* hera (Goldsm., G. N«l. M. 3.). Break/att to No. 9. 
Be qaick. (Hoj.cbo(t, He'a mach to blun« 1, 1.). Waitarl — th« 
tnuff.box! (Bin.w., Monar 3, 6.) Li?;Üt there! (Rienni 1, 6.) A- 
ftice, my Lord, ^Mfic«.' (I, 1.) Way therel wm/t (Shirid. Kmowi^ 
Vi^in. 4, 2.) Hob, Rirrshsl Mort teixe! (Love-Chue 1, 1.) 

ifbenfo fe^It ber Segriff fced Knerbtetene. My ktändom Tat ■ 
horael (Sbakbf., Bich. 111. 1, 1.) Five kvndrtd nobki for bij head 
(Scott, Boksby 2, 2I>.)- Mg bow of yt« to a hszel wand, Tkoa 
It mako tbem work npoii the Border (L. Mhutb. 3, 20.)' Vertmnbt 
tftber Segriff beS Sntoßnfc^ene: A pUattmt moming to Mr. Bonaj- 
wood (GoLDBH., G. Nit. U. 4.). P{«u<m( day to ;ou (Bulw., Bieää 
1, 9.) neben bem einfachen Good nomn^, ladies «nd gentlemoni 
(Tatlob a. Bsadk, Maak« 2.), uw man bad S. h&Te fufifiliten mag, 
wie in: tbrey on usl Wh«t dra&dfal noiM ii lliatt (Gkmtukak, To- 
bkccouiat S, 1.) 

SiStorilen fe^It ber SßerbaCbegriff [prec^en, bur^ Äebe fiagern: 
Govemor, good wordt, be not lo farions (Masl,0wk, Jew of H. 5, 2.). 
No apologUM, my friend (Goldbu., G. Nat. M. 4.). Ont ward «Mn^ 
hOHf, and I ahall knock yonr brains out (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 1.). 
A m^ with joo, wife (ib.). For tay Bake, qow awayl And ytA » 
teord (Sheud. Kitawutfl, Hanchb. 4, 3.). Ono vord autre — I da 
not want yonr tUank« (Bclw. , Alice 4, G.). How . . CUf to mj 

face? (GoLDsw., Vic. 31.) ©o fe^itt bafi «erb »or birdtet Kd»: 

T' whom Satan tnitting boldly, tAut (MlLT., F. L. 2, 968.). Whan 
Adam Am to Exe (4, 610.). "A wbon Um» £«e (4, 634.) (ottni« 
fircnb. 97eueic laffen felbjl bie $inncifung buri!^ obberBiaU Seßin* 
numflcn nie tbiu u. bgf. ober auf bie angeiebetc ^erfon Mi; U» 
angeführten SQioiten Oeg: Tben, in a tone apart and low, — ■ „Ah, 
littla traitreu! (Scott, Ladj of the L. 6, 28.) He stepp'd botwMB 
— »Na;, Donglaa, nay." (ib.) Wrotb wu'd th« wanior. — „Am I 
then FDol'd by the enemies of men" etc. (Bridal 8, 13.) — Ob noit 
baö ?lftiö ober ^afllB auSgefuHen beuten ttitt, mag Bfter gleic^flüWa 
crf^einen: TIau muck on tima and place (Lbwes, G. I. 17.). Of 
the bypocrite no more (Colebiooe, Wallenit. 1, 10.)- . Efuingh of 
thia; belweeB owaelvtii but ihit by tbe way JC 
'Ska Serb jntriuten fe^U bä ber SoQjie^nng ber $anblun| 

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fdEip: Tb you, mj noble lord of WesUnorelaad 1 (Shasbp., II Henrx 
IV. 4, ä.) ttotnit man bie boUpönbigt gormtl Bgt.: I driok nnto yoor 
gnce (ib.). !3)a^er auc^: A deep caronae (o go» fair bride (Scott, 
L. Mlostr. 6, 8.). A bealth to PrecuMa (Lokgf. I 182.). 

Sic fiten Qlfxa^t ISgt un« ^ier eidfa^ c^ne Sn&alt, i9i>c)Ua(ic^ bat 9gf. 
Srnjcliu« bitten aitnc tnglifc^c S)ranieii. 3)ii^tn sc^Brt bic autta|Timg bd 
^{^O gcScn ebtr bitten: .J «rau' for tM Ula (Cov. Utst. p, SS5.}, 
inc QTufformtlti: G;rb, ^ood morne (Town, M. p. 86.). A, ^ood di^, 
Ütoo, >Dd Oiou (p. 87.); oft wOftSnbig: Baue hob ^ixin« dat/ (Wbiiiht, 
inaed. p. 6.). Sicm afranj. finb eOitittn entnommen, uie : „Uadune merey/," 
qaod I (P, Plodohm. p. 17.). Craunt merey, M«daiiie (p. 186.); ncScB 
Öraflier«y, Mary (Town. M. p. 80.). agf. flcbErt b"^ (tWa: £^e for 
(ige, and ^>t Tor tM (Mai:h. 5, 38.). 3)t( anelafTung Uen [treiben, 
fagen [^trnt auf tlaljlfi^tin Seigange ju benimm. Sgl. Sana verbal 
{Toxin. Andr. 1, 3, 33.). ^uie EumeneB (Nep. 18, 11.). Sie JIIteK 
nglifi^ @^ra(^ liebt tiui jn fc^r bic Sittffl^nnis bei qnoth he, uie baS 
flgl. Iii cTid he, lü cviUI ic, nnb in ber $Hfte Elena (HrMglT, Tiglftf'tc) 
iwMode n. bgt X>a( aitt. loint Icbo^ Gflipfcn uie: Bnt o Mml er I 
p) (CHAtc, C. T. 7483.). ®er alte Erintgruß ttat wuujt, nel$er mit 
dryakhul bcantUnsetet tcinbe (B. or Ol. I. IIS.), b. i. agl. tu hU; iet^ 
tp bie Süi^ife mit to \^en aue bn alten SRebetoeifc trHSrli^: Ilk mu ))at 
hnii qvore him [link SftUe wf TFrM««tIe, & ta htm drink (cf, R. of Ol., QIoh. 
IL 696.}. And caste hire . . £ gUd i^ronJ: Air« Aotj (I. 118.). 

Qnifitif^e Sa\a8, toeli^e f1(^ ate ütfufatitie oerrat^tit, fbnneit fibri> 
gaa anä) inttonfltibe Snba borauäfe^en. Statin gebären tiamentlit^ 

Fot yet a Wde toküf, and tho wlckcd shall not be (Pfl. 37, 10.). 
Yet a fno kovn of gloomy seclution, and he miut die a Tiolant and 
ihamefol death (Macaol., Hiat. of E. II. 178.); tDomit man »«■ 
gleJi^: One >Up nearer, And I will atrikel (Lohqf. I 170.) 

3n bcn ei^ SeiftHeten f^eint bec begriff uaittn, int juxiten lommeK 
tbtx ge^en gn festen. 2)te @tflle bee ffalmiflen lautet int agf.: OOtd dn« 
Ifit hviU, träsne ne bjd le ayiiralla (Fa. 36, 10.). 
4-Cint Kri^e eon ätudr-ufen, infoftnt f!e ni^t unHar oetDorbcne On> 
tttjdtioiim ober Bloge ^oHattbc jinb, ntitnen al9 @ubief(e ober ds 
obKiHah iBefHiniiiungen urfprfinsli^ bonpänbiger ©ä^e Gettadjtct 
imbni. 

Da^in miiiftta bie tarn Urtifel the ober & Gegleiteten ®u6ftantibe 
ot^nt, tatidfe HuSrufe bcS UnuiCene, ber SJensmiberung unb bn 
flirufinfi^uiig eineS Uebele finb, worin bec 3iame beS S^eufeld ober 
ber $efii(enj n. bfll. bortoaittit: Whera the devil ahould ho laam onr 
ki^uge? (SaAESP,, Temp. 2, 2.) What Ihe devü good can pasgiou 
do? (Shebid., Bit. 3, I.) But who tiie äeuet thought of aeeing yoo 
ia Bath? (1, 1.) What a devÜ Amt thoa in Warwickshire? (Skaksp^ 
I Henry IV. 4, 2.) Wbat a dicker)» \b the woman always Whim- 
pering abont morder for? (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 1.) What n plague 
doth the womaD mean? (ib.) Why, what a pox have I to do with 
nj hoateaa of the tavern (Shaesp., I Henry IV. 1, 2.). 3)09 orti*. 
fcQcft devil, derila mag cä.9 $oIatib erfc^einen, tnad a dsTil itiAt »D^t 
Iran. Siirigemiagen mag man ben ©^lac&trnf mit a cergteiiien: A 
CKford/ o Oiffbrd! Well foUow the king and Clifford (Shaksp., 
n Henry VI. 4, 8.). Men ranning to and fro iluinting „A U«- 
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48 BwtelWl. Sa«t.v^ ^^,^S«8.LetW.b.€Sa** 

«■^"«fi*' *<**'^"' (Maciül. H. ofE.n. 

SS"if >• * ^^.''*Ä^6^''f'lQ« f=W« tau«. He d«w 

S <f .^^^'^*f ^fe&e ^i« Womitiatibe mit ft^ten- 

Kr A'^^^-'ä'>m 4 b'"' ©u6jlantb ioü an- 

©7 />■%*- '^«/^^.cbathl *aö to thee, thane of GUai»! 

TT ,J*''iOJ5^- .'*' , Sftrft- »'' peace.' röraee.' U. bfll. DttWt^en 

H <S5* '^' ' Jirotf tri anbma Äafu8, toie Odrf./«.' OAAeori.' 

<S>**aä»'^^' '^*'^''> 'Stfcei^-' Zouadt! IC (f. I. 420.) mit 

ii«^2^i!^VJj«;^rf »et|l<"ern8 jugWi^ »ine ^JiSiiofltio» nwa- 

^•Ttl^'*^« ""'^ '" anberen Ausrufen fle'&en geblieten i{l, 

'2!«w7'''»r»r6'""'' wünf^tn, lUflen u. bgC }n fuplrti. 

rf^jt V ^'■ftitTt ber Art fe^e man 6ei ben ^räpofitionni, na- 

^i0>^ o„ Dpon, for IC. UefitigenS fc^eintn au(^ fonfl ^iSlpo« 

"äi/?«* J^jBtif'gtn, »ie bie« \. ». 6« pity ber gatt fein maß: 0hl 

S»**** - oM I (BtTLw., Aüce 1, ö.), ttojntt man Kufe toie ilack, fw 

jSr*»* ^. »tfa(ei*e. 

S-' "■(,«» btm artilel Birtrt baS «Itt. Wi«. Fy a düiU» qti*[> p« 
'^B'^'^jg Qu II. BBO.). Wh»! fA« (fceafe to this? (Towm. M. p. lli.) 
*?*J^ö^' '^^ «i'^''*! T" ''m'T '" p6"fla? (p. S3.) Help, Üis raggyA 
^^T'^^a droirne (p. 6G.) SRan mag ^iti an MKfiSnbige @5^ CTinncrt 
(t'^r''' |gi( Tha deville ms (che, hjm, yon) spsde; the deville hang tha bi 
fl«"'™t; tha derille ihe drowne! ic., b« nii^t ftltni MtfomnttB. 3n bCIH 
*^iH16rt«i St^Iai^tiuft tthrb urfpvütislii^ tin <}iibtttibuuni tton ®Ut(^namietB 
*rft «ngetufen, fonbern rah 3«6el «uBoenifen, 3)er 3unif hail, hayiie tnl« 
^41 as|. 1'<e1o, oEtto^t CS aii4 bem abj. h^I fubflilutrt i{i. Sgl. .ffcu^ and 
Ije»r EnBliBi (Faibf^x f. Halliw, i. v.). Stttfl Stgf. Biagt mit B(m SftjrtH» 
gUe «eie-Ke (Mjitb. 3B, 9.). Soi^ ICtvb gtfigcn au4 bitn^ halo be6im 
tatic^net (Matb. b, ST. CauMbrig.). 9ae. .Bayi^, Inf LordI (Towk. M. p. 141. 
et fi. 147.) Sgl. Dronk hin hau (it. of Oi.. I. 118.}. (attf. Jaff hEnun 
' (OoM. la&OT.}. Feaee nft^t im Ktt. oft als peaue, alle pMaN 
N. M. p, IT. 121.). Sgl. SItft. Seignenra, or faila paül (Hatic<hisl 
B«kk. FitnbT. p. J.). Sri SettKtiniugni bei eben angcffl^Ttcn 8n fd/t 
(Sufifl bi, b; im Site.: ^< Godei »ideal (Towh. M. p. 19.) By Mahowne* 
bloodel (p. 69.); ^'< ^ P''^ ^^ $iA))0(. foi- Ala« /»r piu/ that P<R7 
thoa waa apflt! (äKEi.ioH I. 10.) 

3u ben tHiplifi^eii aufirufen fyit man t^tiltceife ouä ba« '^nftge 
vkatl gu rennen, beffen AafuS unentfc^ieben &[eiBt. Sd E)tbS[t bot 
S^caKer eines ^ta^ttoettti, bem ft^ oft bec SuSbrud bed Srßan' 
nene, bet iSerttunberuns ober beS UntoitlenS beimifc^t. <St 
Mpft fli^ an einen ®eban(en beä Stebenben obei eine^ Snberen, ^t 
me^v ifoÜTt, obet in unmittelbacn Segie^ung jn einem Sitbenfa^ mit 
if, (hoagh, although K. 

Wh4il, Hall how now, mad wagl (Shakbf^ I Bovrj IV. 4, 2.) „I 
nerer keard of bim." — „ Whal! no«r beard Of Riebard Ciicketl" 
(Shkbid. Emowles, Hunchb. 3, 1.) And all ia trna theo, ü it, which 
tbey teil me? fViat/ qiiite? (Laaa Hunt, Leg. ot Flor. 1, l.) — 
What, tftn find lomo euier enterprite? (Milt-, P. L. 9, 344.) And 
in a moment Of irritation, viAat ff he, for once, Forgot bimself? 
(CoLKBiDOE, Ficc 3, 1.) And vhal ff I call my lerranta, and giTO 
Am Io thiix Charge (fivLV., Bienai i, &.). Troe, I hare moneT', 

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«Ut (toyi I bave (Mablowe, Jew of M. 4, 1.). WM ttmyi ilt« 
be t «Utc, »Iia nuy dsMire him (SoothkbH) Oioon. 3, 1.}. TTkot 
ttaift tlie plaees of their reit No prieattj kiiee hath erar preu'd? 
(WarrnsB, F. p. 79.) R^ot althougk tyitanj and impion luto 
SUnd sbeltered bj a fHther'B lioary faair? (Sbsuuet, Cenci 1. 3.) (EinU 
gmnagnt txmift^t jfi bet ^uebnttf bct grage in bcm %nrufc ma< hol 
Ei« Katni; bt» grn^eiBcttrt aö rinrö (oIi$m tritt ni^t Km Jk»«; We 
&gii]img itx eHitift ift «a^ im äufamratn^aiifle »Kji^itbnin «rt Wbat 
im ium 2^il mit how tcnifdn. .fiäui, i/ ehe b« bUck and wittj? (Sbakbp., 
Oth. I, 1.) Cinc Sni^tDJIc^ung bee whst, icte fit @Ttiiiin in b« üEitsatf 
mfiaien StiSe Sweet knight, I kiaa thj neif: WJiatI ve b&Tfl wen Ou 
•trm Btkr« (SiUBsr., II Henry IV. S, i.), Um Oßf. hT5t Mlgidt^fe«, «t* 

Bil^, I^iint xidfi Miftmbtv. 3ait ^vabbtfidnng bcS vhat 6H jnt tcift|Un 
fnncning an bit graflt i|i ftlSfl hn Sdtt. lelltn atijntnfftn: „Faderi" — 
„Wlul, Bon?" (Town. M. p. S9.) Fat/ non consc thon no god (Wbiorv, 
AntoLp.S.). „TTAat/" qnod the prieat to Perk^n, „Paterl u me thyDkeOi, 
IltOT ut lettred » liUl" (P. Pu>DaHii. p. MS.), ^at wAof <m(I «be m; 
Un bete, And be to me carteis and awele (Bou. or the Boss 4441.), 
Wiat though thin hors be bothe foul and lene? (Chaüc, C. T. 16289,) 
^Sf. WhiM Ahnbam, whaii MoysKi, WhaU Üb* tamä Cattprofet«, Ks Bsghenn 
>e3] nobht Drihbtiii Godd Inn taa goddcnnnde kinde? (Otui. 19419.) 3V 
fcntj« Um^ t>M Kit. oft whaC; What, Nicholae! Khat, how, man, loka 
•doon (Chauc, C. T. 3477. cf. S366.). t)\t »ntinbuno ttt »hat mft 
Ktkifltai oiMuit )nm 2^1 an bit fottin. XnebnitfliMtft: Qtddl quod 
Mloi mdornm aommam in pericnlum Tocetnr (Cic Farn. 4, 6-)- Slo^ ift 
tifn (Stfirim^ buc^ bnn Haf. tigoi: Ärat jif hii nndaine beod ßia«? 
{TaoBra, Anal, p. 106.) 2)00 oai- i'St! ftf^ttttt fonft oI« anSruf^itiM 
«it foB_ Wrf^winbeiibfr gärtung bet jj^ge. Ca ^t^t tiM^t Bio« in b« Kit. 
nfct mit nnb o^nc anbnc 3nleifeEtion: E& l& hväi ge sävon hü ^eiUce 
re>derode T«ron eordkfninga« (Fs. 4T, 4,). Adam apräc; hvät J)n Eto 
lAEtt jtde gemearcod nneer B;rlfra eid (Cadh. 788.), isit in Ktbt nnb 0ltgnf 
ntc dttt^nfd; -igeaf ansrarer laiät ma min fäder hider oDisnde (Cim. 
Eun>, !6i, 26.), fnibcrn outb in njfiftfmbci; 2)iiii)innns, fctb^ in ber Stn« 
^ehmg bi^tnif^ (EtjSblnnant »it: Bvat vb Gftrdetia in ge&rdagnai ^«M 
cjau^ 1117m gefranon (Bixjv. 1. cf. Akdr. 1. Joliana 1.). — Svlu t>6 Job 
liia ud Utir hia.tanican (Job, EUm. 4, 34.). €S. ®ttmni 4, 448. Emf. 
Ln. BoDTEtiwsK, Glosa. t. 3m »Itt flnbet man Ht^nli^cS dtwi in ao" 
id« (Die: Petuie bfd I: tehat, lett be joure fore [Toifk. M. p. 114.). 

ta» ätittoort im ^röbifatt na^ feinen Hrfen, 3«iff''i"'n«w 
uttb aKobalformen. 

«itci kti BtiltPlltc«. 
S)al attibum. 

!&te XfttCiUR tfi bie Sorm, in rotläffc ttanfitibe toie inttanfltiue 
Sttia etf^ciiien, loel^e bie com ©ubjelte auSge^enbe, na^ Qugen gctit^» 
kk ka itnurlif^, in bei 2tf^t ^(^ &emegenbe !^ätig!eit unb Kegttng 
kiti^iua. (@. I. 303. 371).) 3a f^ntoKifc^re Seiie^ng imb nai| 
EntD i^cT gef^ii^tlii^n Snttoiiidffl^ ßnb ^er bie untff^ret&enbtn 
|rui M Xmv ju er5rteni, ttel^e bit fugenannte tKib^rdtifi^c fton> 
NUint M Beltuotte« on^ma^en, im SSefentli^at i^ix? m ^"^ 9*^ 
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52 ILKS- Bort- mACatfflaaitfl- I-Wf^tt. BortfasiraB. tetpM^b. ««Sei. 

1. Son Bletfai^cm ©rttau^f nnb fl<^ am SBeitefien Ü6« We Sdtfomoi 
(rjtraffiib ip bie Itmf^teifiunß bur^ bae ©erb he mit bnnlJarlicip 
bc« $Tfifcn3. 

Snglctt^t man bie ®S|}c He stndiea hii eu« nnb He ii rtudfiiig 

bia ease, fi) liegt ber Untnfi^icb ber Sebeututid Betbei mi/i in bet tui' 
mittelfiar not^loenbia fleaeBenen SBorPetluna beS Änbauernben bur^ i» 
Btudjing, ba ia aue S^ätigteit fl(^ nur im Setfliegen ober in ein« 
Mttifj'en Eauer »orjleöcn läßt, beten gtögcte cbet gerinßete ^t^nung 
ivxi) bie Sierbalfotni nii^t entf^ieben wirb. 3ebo(& etaecft bie Sar« 
tici)>iaIfotm itad/iog, netc^e a[% ^tSbifatice Seflimmung btn 9}trbal' 
4<itdrtet mit bem beS Sbjetti» mi|(^t, lei^t bie ä^orlleUung eined bei» 
jeitigen löe^renä, unb Ue \i atadyiag hu eue nimmt foinit (ine 
mittlere ©teßuna gaifclren He itadies bis eaae unb bem in cQgcmdna 
SBeiff bie Cigenf^aft com ®uBieIte fiTäbicirenben He ii studioo« of 
hif esse ein. ^g bie SDtjleQuna einer anbauernben 3^5tigl(it ni(^ 
immer fdjle^t^in in ber Umfi^teibung empfunben teatb, Beneifet bit 
uSBrte Betrachtung betfelben. 

icaä S^eucnglifqe lEbtt in biefer Umft^rei&uttg »orjugdtvei[e bie 
Sebeutung beä bermaligen äier^arrend ober fBeariffenfcin« 
in (inei X^ätigteit ^eruor; öftere bienen 3eitbe(limmungen jur Üntei» 
flßgung biefet Sebentung. 

ü old Double of yoor town living y«t? (Shaksp., II Heitrj IV. 

3, 2.) Still to faimself he's vtiOtermg (Scott, Marm. 1, 26.)- W< 
are joarneymg iiuto the place of which tha Lord iaid etc. (Ndms. 
10, 29.)- I'he ngitatioQ was atill mainl}' in the higher clnasBS, bot 
it WM gradually detcrnding to the loner (Lewes, G. T. 15.). I Aflw 
bttn eontideriag tbat I grow old and ioGrin (Sherio., Biv. 2, 1.). I 
kmt been tiarving with him e«er aioce I law four bonoar last (Trip 
to Scarb. 1, 1.). Shali there be] gallo>ra| tianding io- Ecglaad wbeil 
tboD art kiag? (Shaksp., I Henrj' IV. 1, 2.) 

3um it^cil teirb baburi^ ini^oatioe S^^ätigleit Sejeii^net: „b ab« 
comtHff to herselfT" — »Her ejee are opming." (CoLsitinoE, Walleniti 

4, 30 TAy heart ii brenkmg, and my ejes ara dibi (Tsnnts. p. 99.); 
Ußbei jugleic^ bie Siit^tcoüenbung einer X^Stigfeit angtbeutet 
U>erben tann: Menda, wby come aot on theae victors proud? £n 
wbile they fierce wtre commg (Milt., P. L. 6, 609.). I nos jroiaf 
to write to you od a little mattet of huaineaa (Sberid., Bi*. i, 
1.). He ima proceeding wben Mr. Allwortb]' interpoaed (E^Bu>., T. 
Jod. 3, 3.). 

S)ag flBtigenfl bie SJorfleQung einer cer^arrenben ST^ätigleit noif oft 
JUrüdtritt, {eigen ©teilen mit: All that stood dark and drear befora 
the eye Of my atray'd aoal, it paning awiftly by (Th. MooU 
p, 384.). Slavery and tha evila by which aU»ery U ereryirhere «c- 
compaoied ««r« fast diMftpeann; rMACACL-, B. of£.I.31.); Uic nn« 

oef^rt fit^ bie Sejeii^nung ber Confinuität nit^t anf jene Umf^rei- 
eung Befi^rdntt: Still in his cooscieDce bum* the itiug (Scott, Uatn. 
4, 15.). Still on the apot Lord Marmioo »tay'rf (4, 30.). 

eSetten ifl We Urnft^reibung felBfl im ^orticip be« ¥^fen8 wt 
dnem anbeten: I have a kinsmaD . . To wbom being gomg, alinost 
■pent with haager, I am Men io tbia oflence {ßauar^ C^mb. 3, 6.}. 

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t. Im» ftSb.... 2). äeitli). im ^rSb.... «rtot b. Bttt. S). VM«. 53 

®eläir|ig ifl bie Sleigimg in nronn ^ät, in bitfa Sertinbintg 
ta« präfnrtif^t ^Jortidp in mebiol.pafflüifi^e Sebeutnng üUxtcttm ja 
lll{Tnt; A . , Reformation, Which alwajs muBt be cBiry'd on, Aai 
(tili bt doittff, never dona (Butl., Had. 1, 1, 202}. Tba honas are 
ptttinff to (GoLDSM., She Stoope 4.). Still everj night^ irhen the graat 
tqure ü iünminaling, aad the caaiooB ore JiHin; . . ■ bell is rang u 
for ■ lerTice (Rooebs, It«ly, Mtraolini). Sllefc @etDo^n^eit ft^tint bie 
SnoilaSfung, ba§ itaicrc ©^rifipeQtr bie Umf^reiBung fltrabfju auf 
hä $af(iD äbeitiagcilf tute LongfeUow: The gremt queatioa of reli- 
gioM libertj agunit the Spaniih inquiBition vitu bring tetäed. ©. Fud- 
in, Gr. II. 2. 

3>CT Stiam Stuart ift bfefe Uml^rnbnng tltn^aS» bei ^anbtnngtn gelSnf fb 
id tattti jcitneiltQtt Set^aTttn bit SorjlelUitig beft^dftignt mafl: 
nun the kjng Ponu «mu Id the itreCe etmieiljfitd» (Alis. G461.). Also 
the kjDg tMu sierue^rnde , A er; ha hereth gret bjrhjfnde (S314,). Th« 
hope I that thay i« daätand {Toyts. M. p. 27g.). John ie thoo her« 
oljrdanfl (p. 167.). Tbon uku alwav wetle unrtanA (p, 23.). Si/ngyng« 
it ira», or fiomtynge, al [he day (Chaco., C. T. 91.). We han h«n vKO/tynge 
■1 thä foaTteDighC (931.). SJgl. ^albf. Bim veore fiäiende fifti {nuende 
(Lajah. II. 565.). ])reo dteies v«i [te hing tirunven^ |ien & [lan f^rde 
teig to 'nataieol he Tends (II. 383.). tltüf hKlb ble Uml^Ttibung Oft ef)ttt 
■nflk^ Scranlannttg gc6rait<^t: And Nicoiaa ü nonght tarying; WiEh 
■Ddu Oft be Bi eomynf (Alts. SSI.). Laif brotiitr lat n* ie waOtemd 
fTowi. H. p. 10.). Mercj and gromercy, nov m&f I be »eyand (Cov. 
Ui>T, p. 367.). The thiydde day heni je tchd bea expirand (ib.). ^tXb\. 
Aad (Ue his [hü] hird-men fer aore tnurnentle taeoren (Lajah. II. 838.). 
Dal 9gf. ^t in btr SiB<titbn{tQung oft, wmanbtni gned^ifc^en SBenbnngea 
(BtfliK^tnb, bitfe UmMreitnnfl gewählt: Johanne« väi on THUiitfaäigend» 
•ad MigauU dsdbAte fuMhC (Marc. 1, 4.) ((^ito . . ßanrl^iM , , 
Bfämir). Hb vSt iodigende , , snd deüfol- ledcneua Üt-Sdr^mde (1, 39.) 
vir loffimttr . . Mal ts iai^tia IxßoXXuu), [A väl hyl fader and hja mAdar 
■MdiTeiuli! (Lcc, 2, 33.) (tjv lutm^i »al ig uirn|p mtev Sau|ia^«rTft); U0 

kc aigTif^t UtBarfttpms bae (infa<^ 3tn)>trf{tt bat. Hu« tritt Ift« ba( 
Btpitteii temc btr ^anbtung baS @{|]tagc ttnn gcuinm iBcbaTTli^Tdt 
Ji gctcn: Bl ealle \A on t>one cyning vceron ftoktäide ti iix h^ hine 
eU^« häfdoD (Sax. Chb. 765.). On [>&re (atoTe) väa TihtrSd nUentb 
({94). Ei Ul reÖTlic and TSpendllc tid ^s t>äs gedres {)e Bvft manig angeUtap 
ist ford' bringende (1087.). pft [lät MOd til l>iUic str cvedtTide v/Im, and 
^ Icöfl lingeTide väi, w VUddm {<4 , , him bIMam eigam on Ificnda 
(Bons. 5, 1.). j>Siiftg if) jtbM^ Irin A^nl{[b<< 3Roti« ju tntbtcfni. pna 
dcd Gn) Diihtan eaJltun edvrnm fednänm Jie /e«hlande beod rid cAt (Jos. 
10, ii.) (who will flghc ^unat you). B^ vid f>one hara mnaanda 
NTwi (Sax, Cbb. 867.) (thsy Tani^nLihed). Drihten väi b^ iproeendt %b 
Koiie, tu cvedende (Deuter. 32, 48.). p& ealls fi^ hfllgan Jija ««ron 
jd f i iiw fe . . hig v(Er«n eveiende to {»xre Helle: OeSpena [ifne gatn (Et. 
Kkod. 27.), Adam cOi fä n^der Reuend« and [lä« Hnlendei cneäv ey- 
•nA (SO.). 3b btr Sftl^wÄc^una btr Uuifi^rfitiing fHimntt bo« Sfr. mit 
bca Vg{. jibtrrin: Quant ili onirent leurs gena qn'encemeiit uml ditanä 
(BinuMax. ed. Bekk, 109.). Gardä ne le toyit nnlement eou/rmutam, ns 
aa ujte cn lian «"on li «tnt m^auan« (115.). Enhier^ lea maaralJ, cA 
ka «rja frtnwcnu (119.). ®a>n Wo^I au^ oft btcft SSoibutiain bn nmtatf 
liMcM Zlt^tinig, infottnt |It aus tmtitittft^ jOndlc flnfi. «Sid man ^ 
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54 IL s;^ CBiKt'tmb®(itfBgnnfl. l.Stf^ ttntfflgmtg- i'^ffttt^-b. 6(4(1. 

llaV MiuOBbt tnft ba ibta Atnoirabn itiar im VsT. bU Urnft^ntiinis bnr^ 
TMidsn, nttbtn, mit b(iti$cnictipl)tt ^Sdfaif. 6e ucnig birt Sexb mit btm 
aJartid)) be< Ißofctt in b« Uoift^mbimg b« $af flu bot blvfien Scainn ciitn ^b- 
uräe btjri^tut [Osvine c^ning veardef4leffen (S*x. Chr. 6ai.)]. fo tDcnig bitnt cl 
mit bcm $i)itiat>brt $iSFcne jm blogm Stjtt^nuofl tn^oatieciSf^Stklcit; 
H brfldt uicImc^T (in bae t^atfS^üi^t Sintietm obn bit SoOjlt^na berfiliRi 
aaS: pon« Htelend TT^daii and eRdon for manegnm ffelum dEedum, and he na 
Vtard Diefte nane «yrceni« (Ev. Nicod. '2,), Se rjnal . . veard {»am Hslrade 
gtedAnttUnde (S.). t>a^t Umfd^inbnng iR in« Sngßfifc titi^ fiCtTBtgnigtn. 
a.sXe Umft^reibunß be8 ?rä(eii8, beB $riit*rit»m anb brt 3iiil)«atiB 
tatr^ do, tbitit, mit bon 3tifiiiitiB tranfltiber unb intranflriuer Äftha 
iß eint im Sltuenatifcft ^eit »etbrtitet« ©ewo^ii^dt Qelcorbtn, »d^t 
ra abtt niifrt auf foti^e Scrbolfonnni ottAei^nl, bic trfi bnn^ Un< 
wrei6uns sttuonncn tucrben, alfo bttrt^ bot äi>trtlt oon be, have olxt 
fogmänntcc 3flobaIb«B«t entftclftn. 3)aä heftete ift bamm natihü<^ 
tKil bte Socflcauii^ bf« ^ua9 ntt^t too^I anf etwiS Kuben« aia oof 
bie ^anblung unrntltelbar btjogen toerbtii (ann. 3m dmficiatü) fiiib 
aUecbingS be unb have naäf do luUfjlg. S)it 9)cianfleQuiig beS all* 
jt meinen ^egtifftS ber X^ätigtdt boc ben bEfonberen ifi allfl> 
bingd ein Uebeiflug; fie !anu inbe|fcn baju bienen ben fo lunfi^e* 
benen S^tigfeitebegriff ^oorju^eben, auf tcelt^en oud), uo nii^i i^ 
tnift^e @iÖnbe bonMlten, bem do acgenfibet bei flfirteie Sten ffflU. 
SMt Senmnbtntg biefn KufibnittSUKifc Mrbantt iebo4 i^ten Utfpmg 
iit6t fotci^I einer bcabfi^tigten ^^^afe, als bin (t^gli^!^ ^ärtüt 
wuat^amlidet 8{ebt 

Sie Umfqretbnnq mit do trifft man in ie^aufitetibeii unb fia* 

aenben@5^n, Ute in ^eif^efät^en; jur aügeineioea Kegel kBJie 

überhaupt in eerntinenben unb ftagenben SSben getooiben. zßit 

Betrai^ten jus^rberfl ben neuendifcben @ebrau^ feinem Umfougc na^r 

um f4''c6I^<^ ^'' @ef4i<ite biefer auArudODtife ju beifMgea. 

■) 3n ^el^aii)itenbeR ©Sgen, ud biefe Umf^eibung juer^ gei&rati^ 

»oiben ifl, ifl fie in nenefter 3^ bott befi^nTtet« SiTOenbnnfl, 

tat) nif^t ber SC^tigtcitäbegriff ^troorge^oben toetben [oD. BSn: 

entf(^iebene (£m))^afe i^ eitlfat^ nic^t fit^tbor. 3)ieS gilt jtma^ß 

ou^ bon bejatienben ©ö^en. 

And deeper than did plummet ever totuu/, 111 drown my book 
(SHiUEBP., Temp. 5, !.)■ I do btsetok yoa (3, 1.), Tkoa lUif 
loM York, and I am MB te York (IH Baaj VI. 2, G.> StiU 
dotk thii mftn . . BaOar ow mdli (Maklows, I Tunburi. &, 1.). 
I db nt mjr bow in tb« dond (Gitr. 9, 18.)> Thoi «ith etanul 
Wlfdom iSuitt eonverte, Wisdom üij tiatn, and whli h«T didttfUuf 
(MiLT^ F. L. 7, 9.). She gave nie of tb« tre« and I dM «d OÖ. 
143.). Thia bair; meteor did denowee The Tall of icepter* ^un.., 
Hnd. 1,1, 217.). In th'holflen . . Tiro aged piotoli Iw did 
«ftw (1, 1, 391.). Tbo Mt( of deceit aod camuDg do coaÜDuaUr 
jFOw woakar (TjLLoraoK, Sarm.). Barelj .- . did tbe wnmgi of 
iBdiridoal« oOMe to tha knowledge of tha public (Maoacz., H. of 
£. I. 93,). Aa vainly . . Oid the ciUceni of Saragom ttmul «p 
^nM Philip tha Baeoad (I 42.). I tk> wiiA with m<r father, tlkat 
thia croel war wa« st an end (Coop., Bpj 1, 1.). Why yoa do 
Unk ramarkabla tlionghtfiil (Oxkkf., Tirico Killed 3, 1.). 



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6ht befenbner Stai^bntcf tnft ba eftt, ae ttv umfc^tichnc !^fi< 
tigleiHbcgnff eiitn Sttgation gcgenü&CTtritt, eber uo fonfl buiA bm 
Bnfaimnni^ans bie Setonuitg bef[el&en gebeten trft^nnt, »ob« bet 
£on gcnS^nll^ auf bad 3!erb do fSIIt. 

„Royaliy? Why it contoioB ao king?" — „Ym, my pjod lord, 
It dolk antain a king." (Skaebp., Bich. 11. 3, 3.) Coald aogeU 
mrj, the; limd enry'd hflra; Änd some rfU eney (Yoctta, N. Th. 
4, 443.). Ha knowi tfaee not. Bat I do Imov the« (Coleb. 
Picc. 5, 3.). I think he might have mended; Änd h« did mtiul 
(LosOF, n. 16.). „Sure you don't say so, Mr. JobioD?" — »Bot 
I do tatf lo." (Scott, R. Boy 9.) W« bave Upper, speaking cUhmi 
wfao indeed do '»peak' m nerer man spoke before (Gast.., Pait 
a. Pr«B. 3, 13.). „Don't yon remember a tittl« orange güi . .?" 
— „Hai bal I do remember one, with Boeh a merry latigh and 
bright eye." (Tatlob a. Beade, Maska 1, 1.) 

du stgatteen Se^ubtungen gicbt bie littcrarif(^e 6))ra(^t bevt 
mit not Mmtinten @a^e baS umf^reibenbe do in genngerem Snaogt 
alt bie Utngangäfbiac^e, Wclt^e t4 fafl Süttaü jn eitiei lonMntio« 
ncHen 9!i)t^atnbigteit mo^t. 

I did iiot tee your grace (Shaesf., Rieh. IIT. 2, 3.). Nor did 
they *ot pereeioe the evil plight In «hich thay were (Milt., P. 
L. 1, 13S.). Mnaic bo softena and diaanns ths mind, That not an 
■trow doet naiitanoe find (Wallbb, P, Edlah. 1777. I. 97.). 
He doe§ ifot eare a pinoh of snnff for her (Mdrpht, Way to keop 
him 1, 2.). I i/oa'( heat my drum here to inanare or inveigle an; 
man (Fahochab, Becrnit. OfScer 1, 1.), 'We doift doirarighl iJMjt 
it nrither (12, 3.). I don't recoUeet yon (Dickens, Ftckw. 2, 19.). 
Von MTiä Jtnov me (ib.). ßj Beaven he dort not clunufe (Tai- 
rouBD, Jon. 2, 1.), Honmoutb did not lead a mere mob to attack 
good Boldiera (Hacaul., U. of E. II. 181.). I didnolkear tbe dog 
hoirl (Tknstbok p. 139.). !9tfonbeTe9 ®etti(^t lann aud} i}itt ai^ 
do not in dtiem @egenfage fallen. I wish yon faad known him, 
gentlemen. On lecond thonghtt, gentlemen, I don't vrirk yon bad 
known him (DicMsa, Fickw. 2, 20.). ©äße, IDorin anbe« Jlego« 
flOBcn, wie nerer, by no meitni tc. cber ottribsttM SeßimtntDigen 
iqatii)« Statut borfonnnen, toerben beja^enben ©ä^en analog 
K^flnbnt. 

häufig, juUial in bet ebleten 6t)ta<^, ftnbct do ^ier leine 
Wk. 

Tonr graco attended to tbeir aagar'd wordi, Bot looVd n«t on 
the pdaon of theii bestta (Shaksp., Bich. DI. 3, 1.). Banishmentl 
It ceMo «of itl; I haU noi io be baniah'd (TmoK 3, 6.). It Ua 
■of in OUT pmier to lo*e or bäte (Maklowb, Hero a. Leand. !.}• 
Hocoe when he came, he teem'd not to be there (2.). A fairar 
pmaa liut aot Heav*» (Uilt., P. L. 2, 110.). Uire bül, vhicb 
ea firm land Tkaai not (2, 589.). He dre« not nigh anbesrd (3, 
646.). Ii good a pill we dare not chaw to koow7 (Dohne, F. 
fOiBb. 1779. I. XCIV.) She Itß not her migtreM «o eaey (Pikld., 
J. Andr. 1, 9.). The diminutiv epithets appear not to me u 
' i ot iMibf (Popi, Lett.). The <Ust«Dce . . exctedt not 

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an handred miles (Gibbon, DecL 6.). If I tiriai not from thece, 
the firo-arm'd utgeb (Bto., Cam 1, 1.)- I soaght not to be bom 
(ib.). Till I kiUed « foe . . lüiew I *ot What deligbt wm ebe 
on earth (Sheixet, Cenci 1, 1.). You conie not here to act ■ 
panegyric (Colkb-, Ficc. 1, 4.). I keard bim not (BoaiBS, 
IUI7, An Advent.), anomalen Serben ätiatog uetben fclbß im 
gmrinen 8ebcn nuin^t anbete be^nbclt; ba^n I dare not, I need 
Dot u. bgl. tn. 
b) giaaenbe ^ü^t fyiU» bte Umf^nibnna mit ^extitbt auf^enonmen. 

2)te affittnalive S»9C >vtib ni^t uefcntli^ bcrf^icben Wn 
bot negatiDcn be^anbelt. 

Do joa laue tue? (Shaesp., Temp. 3, 1.) Do yon mesn to stop 
Uf of Williams wagea? (II Henry IV. 5, 1.) Dol\ the nun of 
war Mtasf all Digbt? (ib.) What do jaa tpy? (Troil. a. Creai. 3, 1.) 
Wby dost thon frovn? (Marlowe, Lust's Domio. 1, 1.) Did I 
regvut theo, Maker, from my clay to mold me maoF (Milt-, P. 
L. 10, 743.) Wberefore didst thou beget me? (10, 7G2.) Wby 
do UM prodigal elemeata eupply Life and food to me? (DoMHB L 
159.) How do you mtan by iasCinct? (Mackuh, Man of tbe 
World 3, 1.) Dost thou »et theml (Talf., Jon. 2, 1.) I>oe« the 
harp of Boia »lianber? (Th. Moorb p. 58.) Did be put» thia 
way? (Shiuet, Cenci 2, 1.) Whera did you pick him op? 
(BoDRCiCAüLT, Lond. Amot. 1.) Wby rfoetbe iwibie eye*?(Pi.ANCHB, 
Fortunio 1, 2.) 

SicIfaA aber uirb bem einfat^en Sicib tint Stelle in bei affb> 
motiDen S^age, unb nii^t B(o3 in fiCteier 5tit eingnStunt. 

Hear you thia, Triton of the minnowa? mari yoa Hia abaohtt« 
„shall?" (Shaxsf., Coriol. 3, 1.) Wberefore veep joai (Tehp. 
3, 1.) Setat thou thia womao? (Ldbb T, 44.) Seett thoo yon 
dreary piain? (Milt., P. L. 1, 180.) What eaffti thou lolitude? 
(8, 639.) Wby tUtp'tl thou Eve? (5, 38.) .Why gaelTsI thoa then? 
(DonhkL 158.) Taik they of moraU? (Yojma, N. Tb. 4, 781.) 
Ali you tbe cuue? (7, 1188.) What tiink yoa, Mptain? (Fas- 
QUHAR, Recruit. Of&car 5, 3.) What rign^t it whether « nun 
dine« athome or abroad? (Colmah, Jeal. Wife I, 1.) Wbo kmoei* 
■o loud, and knock* »a lat«? (Scott, L. Minstr. 2, 2.) How 
fare» my peoaive »iater? (Talf., Jon. 1, 2.) Wbat wagea, air, 
give yoa? (Flancrb, Fortunio 1, 2.) How tarne you lo? (ib.) 
Wbo paien'd her father'« ipoons? (ib.) Wbo ditte» «itb Hr. Vane? 
(Taylos a. Beaoe, Maaka 1, i.) Wbence eonte ye? (Sheuxt, 
Frometb. 4, 4.) Who »Iod bim? (Bülw., ßieiui 1, 1.) SBientl kie 
giage bit Sonn bee bt^aittitenbnt @a$ea annimmt, fo ift bie« lU' 
ällii^. I trample the^l thou tingerntf (Shelley, Prometh. 3, 1.) 
He tunk to the abysa? (3, 2.) 

1)it negatioe Siage (Sgt btm cinfa^en SüerB geringeitn @t)i({> 
raiun. 

Do yoD fu>t htar me apeak? (Shaebp., Temp, S, 1.) Did 
«ot I bind yoa ou yoar lifea to watch, That noae distorb'd 
ua? (Uarlowe, Loit'a Domio. 1, 1.) Wby did not yoa complMa 
of thiq vUe «et? (5, 1.) Wby dott »ot thoa Amw tlMm? (Dock 

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FuuL 1, 2.) Dotit yon ämtk he aeemed to be good-uatnred? 
(GouiBv., Vic. 5.) Wbo do<t not wuh for freodom la all degraei 
of life? (Mbb. Centlivbb, Wonder I.) It bloirs ftcraaa the towa; 
ibit thon not /»r It bov infection with it? (Talitoubd, Jon. 3, 1.) 
babel! dott thon not tee A shape of horrars here? (Ta. MoORK 
p. 84.) 

®(a{^tDo^I ta)ri(^t an<^ (iec üADtilen noi^ bie umfi^riebent 0pnB 
bcT einfat^tn. 

„Bas ho ask'd for me?" — „£jimo yon »ot, he haa?" (ShakSp-, 
Mach. 1, 2.) Why »Ireema it not that I msy wiite afresh? (Mab- 
LOWK, Doct. Fangt. 2, 1.) Look, tira, codim he not ^ (6, 4.) Who 
Jooi* on that, and *eea not in himaelf An airfui etranger? (Yooxo, 
N. Tk 4, 494.) And wherefore plvek'd ye ro( tha trae of Ufa? 
(Bth., Cain 1, 1.) Hniriye aof the proclamatioD? (BuLw., Bieiui 
2, 8.) Ff^at thoa nof, world, the earthquake of bis chariot 
ttnndering np Olympus ? (Shelliy, Prometh. 3, 1.) Who inowi not 
«hat maaMcriogs and harryiags there have been? (Cablslr, Fut 
a. Frea. 3, 13.) 

c) du ^eifc^tfä^en fSKt bei @c&roui^ btr Umf<^iei(ung noi^ flb«' 
tHcaenber bo; ntgattimt ®eite in. 

3m ieja^enbtn ®(^e er|qeint bte Umfi^mbung feiten o^nt 
bffoabcrnt 9ttu^biuif, in vergleii^ mit bec einfachen -vftnlieratiDfonn, 
todt^e \fitx bie Siegel bleibt. 

CoosiD tfarow down your gage, do jaa begia (Shaksf., Bich. II. 
1, 1.) I pr'ythee,- do thou itand in aome bj-room, irhile I qasB- 
tion my pnny drawer (I Henry IV- 2, 4.)- J>o thou ttaud for me, 
•nd ni play' my father (ib.). Da thon, great Liberty, mtpirt oor 
nmli (Addis., Cato 3, Ö.). My band trembles la I can't write b 
Word. Do yon virüe Gamet (Ooldsm. , 6. Ifal M. 4.). If Pope,, 
whose fame and genina, from the first, Have foil'd the faett of cri- 
tin, Dseds the worst, Do thon esiay (Btb. p. 318.). Yon are 
bere very fortnnatoly to inspect my carcasi; but do lay aaide that 
laacaRy sa« (Coop., Spy 9.). 

3)a »tineinenbe ßeifi^efä^ ße^t bem negotiben be^au)]tenbctt 
@a^e ilää), bo^ l^t p^ bei @tBiau^ bec Urnft^rdbung in jfltt> 
^a 3tit ^ maOstmeineil. 

Do not quarret witb na (Shakbp., Mach Ado 5, 1.). Do not b« 
fnght«d (DsrOE, Robini. ed. Tauchn. p. 192.). Dtm't let yonr 
limpUcity bs impoaed npon (Sueiud., fiiv. 1, 2.). Don't dare to 
breathe the lame air . . with me (2, 1.). Nay' don't höh geave 
(FooTK, Liar 1, 2.). Don't preis ma an; farther (Cüuberlaitd, 
Brother» 2, 2.). Don'i he unoaay iQoJMXS, Jeal. Wifo 1, 1.). 
Do not chide me (Tai.»., Jon, 1, I.). Pcay do not let him aee yon 
m thta atat« (Bodbcic., Lood. Aaaur. 1.). Pray doWl taka on bo 
(PuxcHK, Fort. I, 1.) 

'SM frfi^er jo^Ireit^en ^ti^At ber iSnUenbuns be« ^UtperotiD 
tmt bei 9}egatiott finb atu^ je^t no^ befonbetd im ebteven @tqle 
si^t ftäen. 

Read »ot my name there (Sraksp., Bich. II. 5, 3.). Blame not 
tUi but« of mb« <Tw. Night i, 3.) Fear not, Abnm (Gxir. 15, 



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1.). HiJe not thy f&ce &om me (PS. 103, 3.). Shwit not U tll 
(Matth. 5, 34.). Thett ifiiiA no*. Fair (Walleb, P. Ediub. 1777. 

1. 101.). KriU it nof, my Iiand (PoPE, Etoiaa). Aar «Ol ftot 
me (Johns., Dinaxb. 31.). Expeel not Galas (Coleb., Ficc. 1, 1.). 
Dratc iwt your band airay (1 , 4.). ÄyiTie not &t thy lot (Bte. 
p. 308.), 8miU not nt my Bullen brow (p. 451.). Wetp not (Shel- 
LET, Ceoci 2, 1.).- F» not thoa the poet'i mlod With thy ihal- 
low wit (Tknnts. p. 41.). 

auffatttnl) 1(1 bi« Setbintung bri 3nRnitiB do mit ban umf^rd' 
(enben tfo feiger In ben eerft^teben«« Sa^formen. Sie fl^Srt jOii' 
fleter 3«t an. 

Not did hö rfo her any ill (Bütl., P. Edinb. 17Y7. Ol. 171.). 
There thou didst da iadeed an act divlae (BoaERS, Italy, Genoa). 
We diA not do tbeae tbings in tbe good old days ff Ivin IV 
(Btn.W., Dever. 5, 2.). How da yOD ib to-day? (Sbbiod., Seb. 
for Sc. l, 1.), How do you da my boy? (Oxenf., Twioe KiDed 

2, 2.) 

X)a8 @ttDi(^t ber Umf^ietbuns flebt tnT tn^tmeinra im um' 
atle^rten Sei^aibiille in bet ßJiuflAtcit i^reS @f&iaii(^f«. 9}i4t 
ftittn pnbeti mir ft^n fiflBct btt einfa^e unb bje ttmfi^riebene Hn«' 
brndStteife flleif^gflltig neben einanber. Tortake tby king, aad (fc 
bat^in with m«, And we will triumph oVer all the «orld (IIae- 
LOWB, I TsmbarL 1, 2.) Wby oAui« ye witb me? Wherefore ifo 
y« ttUtpt t^ä Lord? (Exod. 17, 2.) 

S>ie Umfifreibunfl ge^t tMtt In baS Vftc. luträd; itba^ «riiert jl$ i^ 
eS))uT fc^on Im $alD(. Sic fSBt ^ittflc^tlit^ %itx Cnm^mifl eina mrt tc» 
8^n1i(^ dtbtoi»^ bM a^b. tnon mit bem dnpnftffi |iifamm«i, wd^ 
im jBtIftni nnb bnijetiitai dn^i^. no^ ftl'c"' in tVitcitr ^ci) ft^ atj»!^ 
Ii<!^ iß. Km SIttftRt ifl bie ScnoRtbrnig Mn do in tcja^ben be^anf}' 
ttabfn ejl^. 

CoriiMas -witb bya oomptmy sa heo AmI« AoTtte [ler« (K. or Gl. I, 16.). 
What did I>ii barg^? . . Pe may & tür beineis Aid Ud Tnto b« kyng 
(Lanotoft II. 236.). 3n btr SnOiibe iinb bn romantif^en 3>if^tttiifl 
nfi^cint do ^Snfig. Wieb the Daglaa Aid he (i«y (Perct, B«1. p. 4. IL). 
Eil honddes Aid hs tusoJ and wrtfng (S. D.). And ever the doÄ lammt 
aed weepe (13. II.). Many a kinge . . Did tue to that fayre ladya (ib.). 
Fayre Cbriitsbe]la did dyt (15. IL). Aooa he duA eofte'hU chanM 
(Aus. 104.). Y «Ol beo wrok«, in alle wyie, Of tho that dudyn me 
düfiyee (S171.]. So sayne. sU that hyr io lee (Ifom, IIT.), i^nllc 
UWt bie Umt^eibuns mtfc^itbca. Into che chnrche irhen thon dtut gan 
^Ai-iitn., FreemM, 605.). Yuto the halle »hen Choa dott wende (71E.). 
Lett US wand hene Or aoy do oa den (Towh. M. p. IST.), FfuI her- 
tyly dt> I lote the (Cov. U. p. 49.). SmidtfOlbt e5|)t ftnb MIcn. That 
he no bondemon prentyi make, Ny fbr no coretyM do h^ toce (Hallut, 
Fieenae. IS 9,). 

3h btr ftagettbcn genn fh^ do m(t obw o^ Stnuhmtig sratcnt' 
Ii<( In bR bTamatTf<^ni S)i<ftung. Fader «hy do ye «epet (Cuuc, C. 
T. 15918.) How dott thon /«r«f (Cot. U. p. 150.) i>ed« not the 
srobera plae jow ry^t welle?^. 136.) Dude je bym eeT (p. 19G.) 

$om $ti(4cli>6c BÜt baffelbc in b^a^b« gönn. How «dt thon 
quiM the? do vty (WaioHT, Pollt. S. p. 220.). Do moifl Ibe rtdy (Towit. 
U. p. S6.). Do teile me fkit (p. 1!6.). Do dott ao furtbe (p. 318.). 

2^n ttnnU «nn^ma, trag ctnc inDnftnalt^ ftiBttive Sebcntung bkfa 



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litIbtkAnwtfe ^1^ hn fianfe ba 3t(t utetT^tDil^t (>^ ^( ^<nt Im 
Sg(., fo brnimt do tnt 8ft(. tntt betn ^nfittitl» in ia Sibnttung uan letUf 
bäsM, Coc: Änd (2iA hem tvervtt on lii* swerdM (P. Pluucioi. p. 31.). 
Anon he dolh hi« bemen 5jau>e (Alis. 1S90.). The üms eke thM chaungeüi 
■11 And all doth teaxe (Hou. or Tiui Rübe 3B8.); UKibci 3ll<ttftt Üb« Uc 
Sn^tmg tat^titn lirmm, J. £. in : He dud« noumbrt hii gode knjghte« 
(JuM. 1S9S.), UMS Bian als Utnft^ritimi bcr tigmen ST^gfctt befi @n6< 
{tHr« anf(^ mag. 

Z>(<4 fc^int tt notflrlu^ Ue Uttifc^rttSung was Ux <Stti»^^ )u n« 
Kfiren, tili Mnmgt^tnM Sn( im ueitemi Salaufc ber Ktbt btn4 do 
Mttrcta jn laffnt) eint Ottta^n^tit, ukIc^ »m bti (enttecn Qpxaift iit 
inl XflI. ^tnaufnt^'- Thej ^v« not poison tbnt do pai*OD need , Nor 
^ I thee (SHAKap., Bielu 11. G, 8.). It (ricep) Mldom vitiU lorrov; 
«hen it doth, Ic is ti comfort«r (Temp, 2, 1.]. JEixbntee me, Gtivatton, 
u 1 do the« (lIJiii.owef Edw. 11. 1 , 1.). „Yoa bare vwota that jon 
lored me." — „I <fo." (Coofkb, Spy B.) I Äe with pün — in tootb 
I do (Th. Uookg p, 31.). M7 biightMt hopes gieing d&rk fean > being, 
As the Hght doa the shadaw (Longp. I. 203.). IDant&Rt mag ani^ btic 
ScAinbiutg btS 3ni))ttatiu da mit etntm jtotittn, uoiangtV'tibtn sbtt fol« 
ombot 3m|ptratiB atba^t tt>rtbtn, tinti Sctbo|)(iInns, nwbittc^ bit i&nng> 
ui^ttit obn @CBtfltf)Ti4Iflt btl ^if^tnbm f»^ lunb gitbt. ^wp &fter him . . 
d» Trim (Sterke, Tt. Sh. S, S.). Doy m; dear aont, Ist lu A(u(m to 
prtvent ttiem (Shebid., RIt, 5, 1.). 

dm V(tt., ^(bf. mib Saf. iß bit Strtrttuns etnel w»nBt>nibtn 3cit' 
XUKttt buit^ do fe^ (leui^nti^. He nt AonletA us hund hur ilaA (Wwcbt, 
PoÜt, S. p. 163.). And deleth in dev^ftä, As doggu (2ofA bonei (P, 
Ploocoh. p. 4TS.). Tbl EmperoDi . . rydethe not m othere gm lordet 
Jm bejonde (Mauhdev. p. 241.). ^albl. No iwan ich bit nohl uie, 
ih dude we alle dcne (Lj(j*ii. II. 628.). Limerd kicg Aercne mo alte 
kli Kt dtide I« (n. 634.). 9g[. p& ieAMie Adam hiue sod Mb viC e^ 
IT& did« fnun Giod«B grälhde (Geh. 3, 8.). pät f» grdpja on midDe 
dig, £T& M blinda did on [itslniiii (Dbuteii. 28, 29.), Sri >iit he miccle 
ml OD lua dMUe devealde I>onne he ait aaea dyde (Jmic 10, 80.). 
3)ag man jn do boi 3nFinititt bte botongt^cnben ^tittiuTtM als btn fsb> 
^tiairten Stgriff bcr S^tigtdt )u itaSnicn ^at, |c^(int felbftDcr|lfinbIi^, 
Kit bits btnn an^ tn btr Olttren »tt ht cn langnm engltf^nt' @49tti<^ 
Bfttr onSbrütfli^ fltf^tit. And u we »torfyn so dede thei »tonii (Cov. 
H.p.270.). Unb fofHEit Fielding: As Che draulien mirtb of the EngUih 
geocnUf «nd> in s baKle, m do most of thcdr battle» dnd in Mendabip. 

UAet bie Strbntbnn^ be« V. &«, fo tote Ut Snhi ber iSewf 
OKiiA mit dttfinitiben, ttoriti eint Umfi^cibitng tine^ tinfotbcn 
S^&t^ritAegrifft« gcftntbtn ntrten laim, je^e mm ben StiftMt^ 
»d^ Mm dufinititt ^tA>t(t. 

3)ae ^afnaniti. 

i-SM atgKft^e faffibuin, tetl^ burt^ bit SnKnbntKt bn B<ftf(n> 

Kit »en b« mit bftn ^artteit) btS ^ttftft tranfifiber Strta stl6itbet 

laiib, fKmmt b&nig mit btm fraR}Sfif<^tn $af{io Hinein, inf^dm biet 

M^ bttf V)t0e!f£il^f(^ jur ^ffliTHtbang nebt« veorAan aut^ renn 
mit he6a twnvenbttt, fo eiftaTen fl^ bot^ ueber alle auS beut mit 
onbcceu Stfinnen eemifc^ten be eitttsidelten formen be< faffic bntt^ 
bot Vttgdfimir^t, n«^ i|t boS oHmAßge Sufg^ben ben veortfan an* 
tot ^ bnn^ bit CiMvlrtiuit) be« fton^ßfi^ a3ilbmt8dt)tind))es ja 



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aH&nxi, bef[en Uefingrdfot burt^ bie fcetn Sngelffi^fifc^ tmb beut 
Si(iniÜ{if(^en gemeinsamen t^ocmen nnterfUigt tcarb. 3)je Sonntn I 
am, wu, have been, sball be etc. Und ftitb frfl^e im ÜUotglif^ 
betteenbet toorben. @. I. 315. 

3m ^ftf. t^hwu bie gönnen haTB beeo, hafl boen loved nod^ fdten bou- 
julcmnten; anb«e |1nb uct^anben: pUs boc Ua nemmnedd Oirmuinm (Obk. 
Pnef. 1.). Sannt Jolion iixui her 10 manne ttreonedd (Ork. 265,). B» 
thaä horetm hen (161.). Mine irordeu ^»xXfUtd thulam hai (314.). CriK 
iBijj farrh Ämminadab fiill well Jen hitaenedd (Praef. 7, 17,). S)i( ^pra« 
fcnsform bon beon flc^t ^tn noi^ getDBMitl^ fffli bae gutnt: Giff icc make 
nia . . itt b«p rnaJceäd ^unh J)^ mahlit t»tt icc off heffhe brohhts (Obm. 
11354.). pn hajiiat bton oc«r - «utnnien (L^jam. I. S6C.). Inonu Kadde 
ibeo pe king (T. 376.). 3m Ssf- PcII"< fi^ ^Sfme, $rStci:fmm unb gn« 
tnmm aetüB^nliil^ fo iar: Sil hit geeveden u (dicitar) (Saz. Chk. 1003.). 
After Tälirenge Te£ vät ärarfd (Csux. 9S4.), .Xlc d«nn Ud gefyBtd 
(Luc, 3, 5,). Do* tritt bie ffotm bia ant^ biflwtilen für bn« ^rBIenB ein: 
He hrllam }nä fonymed [larii vider-itealt TiLlan mlnea (Cod. Ezob. 26S, 
II.). lltbtt Sutunnnl^Kibung {. nnt. gutur, 

3m afte. jit^t fl^ ber ®(bian<S uon worrten Bei ber öitbung be« $af|itt 
Bis in ba« Bterje^nte 3aWunb«t; boi^ finbrt man bieB Sei* in bei [tjateioi 
3eit m^ nnt tm ^i'fitene imb meijJ mit (i^tli^et «ejieSnna onf bie 3n(unft. 
Sgl. bie I. 814 angeführten Stellen, unb angetbem: p»t Londons y* aow 
c%>ed, iiTid tdor^ enemKi {R. of Gl. I. 44.), And aow uorlA this Meda 
jZ-mariei Ünlo a maoHed sheraire (P. Pi.ouohm. p. SO.), To-morwo wortA 
y-maleii The maydenw bridale (ib.). Gef ye doth mo law« and ryglit, 
Ko uorlA T (o-draicfl no im-hoag« (Ai.u. 39S5.). Sla« $alb[. umfc^rtibt 
ba< $aj(lu in ben 3'<tfB'^^ ber ^egennwtt nnb Cergangenlieit ant^ bui4 
th^d, »tno^I bae ^Tüfene, Wie im Kgt'. äni$ äftcr btm f)rulnr bient: Bo 
majj {lisa dede «mr^n donT (Otm. 2267. cf. S067.). Annd Se{> . . t>aU 
he ne wurrfx taledd (16742.). fianntedd untrrPe min Diihhlinl (48S4.) 
pei itoarä iOTie for-vmaded fnl Mere [le king of Nordhambre (Lajax. 111. 
S03.). agf. Gif eaile gdämed veordtd (Schud, OeM. der A. 8. p. S, 8».}, 
unb fo oft in ®efcffen : p&t ia ae edsl pe nO geenthd veorded (Cod. Bxoif. 
100, 11.). 0»Tine-ve<imf o/Ut^en (Sax. Cmc 6&1.), 

2.fflei btt aSetiinbung beS ^articit>e bt8 ^ttfeft mit be« Sormett am 
unb WM iß iebo(^ (inft^tü^ ^^ B^itber^SltniffeS noq goIgenbeS 
ju benterltn. 

X>ie $atticit>itn be« $nfett bei StiiMixta, totl^ eilte» cinfat^en 
Xft borou^cten, obn eine X^tigleit bejdc^ntn, beten Xenbenj onf 
einen Slbf^Iug gedi^tet iß, tcoj^in bie grcge Bf^I ber tranjttibcn 
SJ«6a gerei^ntt toerben mnß, öejeicfenen in i^cet Serbinbrntg «"t •'". 
was, fe^t getsb^ntif^, obtoo^l nit^t auefi^liegli^, bie bodenbete S:^S> 
tigleit, fo bag fle biet me^c bem ^^rfehum unb $tnftiuam)}erfeftnin 
entfpteAenbe Beitfoimen geben, aU ^räfentia unb 3m)>erfefte batjleOen. 
@o entfielen ZtaC^oxa, bie bem lat miaaui, edoctuB, percoHu tc. 
■nm, eram analog finb, 9IuT foli^e SJerba lommen nic^t Iei(^t in bie« 
fen Sau, uel^e i^ter Statur nsc^ eine tontinuirlit^e Settfätigimg, eine 
Stimmung, Steigung u. bgl. bejcK^nen, uie a^ten, e^ren, lieben, 
Reffen, beaunbern, flirrten, baffen, belasten, füllen 
K., obmo^l bie ®renjeu nit^t feß |u befiimmen finb. 

In Cambrik tart we bom, aad gentlämen (Shaksp., Cyub. 5, 5.). 
„What Bnja he now?" — „Nfty, DOthing; all u loü.'* (Bicb. IL 3, 
1.) S»y, M nj kingdom iottf (3, 3.) „&• ii laktm. Gsk* hu 

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gmn Um ap to tbe Emperor." — „Wko !■•■ been Uken? THio w 
y(Mi» t^?" (CoLER., Pico, i, 1.) Now mayest thoa slumber — thy 
WDrk M (foiie (Mrs. Eehans p. 104.). Are yon sftuci domb? (Bdlw., 
Ltd; of Lyons 1, 1.) Then tliis land mu ttanougly enrieh'd With 
politLc grave cotmsel (Shaksf. , Bich. III. 2, 3.). She aoatcVd the 
um wheTein uwi nixV The Persian Atar-gul'B perfuuie (Byk., Bride 
1, 10.). The barlej »a* just reaped — iu heavy Bheaves Lay 00 tho 
itobble field (Brtant p. 95.). 

^aS ^atticip fheift in bUfern $alle oft (jaiij mift an bic Stbeii' 
tnna beS SttjcTtib, fo ia% t9 e^cr als eine bem ©uSjefte an^aftenbe 
Se^ntmting auftritt, looiin ber S^egtiff bei bcOtnbeten 3:^äti3lett bem 
brt lefultiienbeii 3"PinbeS loei^t. !Ca^in Knnen eiitioe ber eben an- 
gefahrten ©eifpiele gejogen »etben- S3[e JBJitter^afte Siatut be8 ^ar- 
ticip nä^ {i(4 me^T cber tninbei bem obteltib, fo baß bie vexbait 
Sraft btjfelben bEOig er(3f(^en (ann. 

She *« weddtd; her huaband banished; she mprüoa'd (Srarbp., 
Qmb- 1, 1.). The very door-atep ü loorn with my feet (DoüQl. 
Jekbold, Rent Day 1, 5.). ^^m I not bltttF (Bülw., Lady of Lyons 
S, L). I'm so firrEJ (UocoL. jEBitoLD, 1. c. 2, 1.). Hu eye vhu 
gUztd: Ha nüsed hü arm (Byr., Giaour). 

TiK[t fi4 ntil ehitinbet mifc^btn Stjie^ungtn bti ^attici^ auf bte Soü» 
(nbmtg btr X^Aligleit, unb bat ^ä) boraiK eTgtbrabe 9teFu1tat, Bt^Srnt fi^on 
bn dtm @t)rac^ an. 9Ut. TnuC it noir we may, Hs u bome thia day 
(TowB. U. p. »B.]. Aka, a^u, tbia land ü lomel (p. 6t.) ßo al t)u too« 
yifo, [« kyng, ar he VBnde, .Let ordeyne La Euerwik pit \ouä Tor to ammde 
(K. or Gu I. 143.). In Chat röche ü praited the roime of hia body 
(HinKDET. p. 63.]. Td ech a, t&Ie Ihat thei tolde Hire tonge tum lempred 
to Ije (P. Pi.oDiiHM, p. 4.). FetiflUche hira fynjres Were frelied with gold 
wyr (p. 28.). $at£f, Hiderr am ic *«nd to [le (liia bliase (le to kiltenn . 
(Obm. 303.). An hird tatt lt! Eleaiar «ua aprangenri annd tocu »trtmedd 
(659.). Am whM itt iaa ^att atepnedd iit Wi^|) fülle trowwtie onn Criite . . 
Nim he rihht nohht brrfictedd (677.). Tiif [latC te lalTdig b£ere child, Annd 
iMddtdd nohht ne mere (2017.). XQie ^ttr bas $atf8t)et6 ItbcraU bem 
btst{4«t fein, niil^t bem uerben eUfpri^t, \e f^on im SCgf.: pi ne lynd 
äeemiede of blüdom . . ac hig ij/nd of Gode äcennede (Jon. 1, IS.). Ledd 
Gfii dnins«n (teat getungen) (Bkov, 2323.). 
3. SDfi Scraxtnblung in bie pafflbe g^orm ift urfprün^tii^ nur baä t ran' 
filibeSCtt» fä^ig, beffen Kflufattbobiett Bei biefer Umuanblnna 
ma @u(ielte bed @a^ totrb. 3)ae (Sn^Iifi^c t^ wkx biefe eitlen 
epToitn aemeinfame SeMränfund ueit [)tnaudgeaangm. ®. I. 310. 
dn.l&mlif^n f^dnt biefe SSiCbung axä bem äufammenfallen ber 
Sormen keStCotib unb bei Stflufatio ^ercorgesansen tu fein; unb t£ 
Bug und nii^t auffalleu, loenn bei bem formalen Sertufie bett \tx* 
fliT^glic^en 3}atiD, felbfl xoo er ald ^erfonenlafuS entfdjieben empfinf 
bot 'ttiib, frine Semanblnng in baö ©uBjelt beS ^fflb geflallet ifl: 
So am J gäen io Charge (Shakbf., U Henry VL 2, 4.). %{. %lttt> 
fatiu beim ^ffto. 

2)if eilbmta einee ^afflB Son Serben mit bem Ziattu ^at Qxnia ftn^ult 
an dtormaniroem »oraanac; fie lornite fl<S ba^er »ebl «P mit bem Cet» 
f^iMBmi beA SetouGtfein« Ditc ben UnteT{c^ieb bes 2)atit) »um Kltufatiu im 
Cn^iÜen einbAi^enL 2)ae ©ot^ifi^e bat aCCertiinge einjelne Sttitte biefet 
Jbiffe m He nninnf^mtcne ^afftoform ucnuanbett, j. 9.: J>(Xa »t^/raß- 



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jaUw in IirU (Fbiufp. S, 6.), |))S^»tib fis^ju bnt Satiti ix» DhitlM 

f: ^äf nimmt (Luc, 2, 50.). Stiff)ttle bttftr iSiCbuna bc< umj^nckncti 
atfw flnb im Sgf. ni^t boT^anbtn, nie fit au4 im Sfr. unb im iRmfr. 
ftltcn finb (NoDs Bommea obfu). 

SuffaHmber aba \fi noäf bn jQttgne @pTa(^e(Taui^, mti^tr gefbit« 
tet bü« mit (inet ^tfipofilion on ba« Serß gtinfipfte Objelt 
jum ©ufejeHe beS Raffte ju nKtien, »oBei bie ^räpoption not^ bau 
3«itli)orte ali ©eftimmung beffetben, iinb qlcit^fara ju einer Einheit 
mit bemfetten Berfdfinolien, eintritt. — 5Diefe ffiertinbung ifl iefeo^ 
»on einer anbeten ui nnterft^eiben , »obd bie bem Seit na^folsoibe 
$iä)iof{tiDn ein öi^teS Sompofltnra erfegt: DeUva- me not odw onto 
tbe will of mino eaemles (Ps. 27, la,). — Oen« Htm I^eil im 
ÄroBifAen (Koran, ©ur. I, 7.) eine Analogie pnbenbe ©prac^getrai«^ 

Steint jli^ feit bem fe(^}e^nten Oal^r^unbert raft^ auSjutreiten, ^ött 
1^ aber in gewintn ©renjen in Sejug auf bie in 99ttta(^t tomttteit' 
btn $rfi)>ojltiDnen, Von benen tefonbtrS of, to, into, od, nponj at, for, 
after, witb borfornmen, obloo^I auc^ anbere Wie from, agaiiut ic- nii^ 
ondgeTt^Ioffen teerben. 

A aight, tohich was to be men, cannat bt tpoktm of (Shaksp., 
Wint T. 5, 2.). The Piels Ken never heard of in biitoiy after theo« 
great defeati (Scott, Talei of s Grandf. !.)■ n* lailor trat aeldoDi 
talked qf (Lkwu, G. I. %.). Tke weaUurMci ttf Paur« m frequentl^ 
r^erred to (Haluw. v. FhuI's). WheHier it is tbat Her pride i* danned, 
or her afiection woonded , or her seneroHtj/ appealed to (Bulw , 
Ualtr. 1, 6.). T ia time that it be seeit inio (Masi^wk, J«v of Bi. 
3, 4.). A coiuultalion vat uow entered tnto (Field., T. Jon. 1, 4.). 
Jl ü reiolved OD, Crlte« (Brn Jons., Cyntb. Rev. 5, 1.). Tou are »a 
honest «Oman, and well thought o» (Shaksp., IT. Henry IV. 2, 4.). 
He wo» at last oeei- prewtäed m (Fikld., J. Andr. 4, S.). Aümatl^M 
an agreed on (Love in ser. maaq. 1, 4.). Troe ai tba diiU to tha 
mn, Altbo' U be not »km'd vpon (Butl., Hud. 3, 2, 175.}. If jpob 
ar» impot'd vptm (Tbe Lady's Answ. 199.). 7^ jottmey of my dangh- 
ter* to town wa now reudved tipon (Qoldsh., Vic 14.). The mouy 
bank 7*af» breaUCd 151(1» by May (Scott, Lord of the IbI. 1, 25.). 
/ mott bt laagked at (Shakbp., Ant. a. Cleop. S, 2.). It ia not to 
be wondered at (Sherid., Biv. 1, 3.). Yoa are ttofed /ar (Shaebf., 
Two Gentlew, 6, 22, Haml. l, 3.). I aat not lad for (Bkn Jos»., 
E*. M. in big H. 4, 6.). Vhe wprowiktd atiettiet of Conmodns mre 
not to be aoemtHled for by the common motives etc. (Gibbok, DecL 
8.). In their etemal realm no property It .to bt MtruggUd Jbr 
(Coi.BR., Ficc. 5 , 2.). YoD aee . . bow mm of merit etre tonght 1^- 
ter (Sbamp., n Henry IV. 2, 4.). / nvtt not ht tr^Ud mtk (Shx- 
RUi., Bit. 5, 2.). Tbongh girU like to bt played mtk (GoT-nsif ., Sbe 
Stoopa 5.). TUt mttccfioitjr cannot be ^tpeiued nitt oa tiie Aelvea 
of any bibliomanic (Scott, Hinitr. I. 70.). He ia nowher« ta b» 
Mei KÜh (CoLER., Walleoit. 1, 7.) u. ». <L 

Dtcfe ^cifpide genfigen um einen @ebrau6 ju erlButent, tDelAec 
eine urfptihigliA p:ä))cimiona[ Uirlenbe ^artitet uieber ju einet ifwrt 
geltenben abveroialen äefünunung ma^t, fo bog nun baS ^ttidji M 
fttftit nit bafel&en au^ atttibutio tuib ))täbUatii) »ctbcn laim^ twx 

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iä bif ^rtüel ^tlbft, aI4 mit btm ^rtid^ jufoinnititfltjetlt, Bftn 
hn^ ein $qt>^ bnbuubm uitb. 

A kind of f«sT before not dreamt of (Shassp-, I Henry IV, 4, 
1.). b ehe Uie migbtf thing talied o/P (Goldsu., G. Nat. H. 1.) 
ff he npented anj more sini mreptnted of (Fuld., J. Ändr. 1, 13.). 
Tbe Ule told bf ooe frjeod snd Uttened to hj aoother (Scott, R. 
Bof 1.). Lmyked at, lie Uaghs again (Cowp. p. 193.)- AH th« 
nounrea poMed at b; tbe CoveoBiit (.Scott, Talea of a Grandf. 41.). 
We atand gazing and gazed at among a foreign people (RoaiR^ 
IUI;, For. TitLv.). All tbe vdook'd-for u»W of their bodi«! (Shaksp., 
Beazj VL 3, 2.}. Bnt wait for that laJioy'd-for faoar (Cowp. p. 19.). 
Power of kenelf would come mMalTd for (Tekkys. p. 108.). 

91n^ ein »eitern ©^litt ijl bie SertDanblang eincä tranflK»en 
Xttie mit einem O&jette, an atiäftB fti^ eint $TS))of{tiDn mit 
änem anberen ©ubfiantiuSegriJe le^iit, in bie )M^fiOt So"tif t^o^et bei 
Hn bei $i5f)i)fitieR Bebingle Sa\»i bie «SteKt beS ©ubjttte« einniimat 
M9b b«0 Objclt tmtKtÖnbett bleibt. 

Wbe> 'U* Uad hwtdt ipm, and kist (Bütl., Tbe Lady's Answ. 
1B3.). Mj molber . . tbinkiog, tbat I vai more UJu» motiae of . . 
dum 147 brother (Field., T. Jon. S, 11.). rA#y w«r« never taie» nö- 
tigt af (Sbebio., Critic 2, 2.). The mo*t laered Mev» may be wudt 
n iü vtt tff (BiCKEBSTAPP, Lion. a. Clar. 3, 1.). Sbe lent trord Ae 
däd wkmdd bt taka» aä inugioable can <ff (Fabqubab, BecmiL 
OfGcer 1, I.). ^fftx benn auSf Ifitt {»rticitiialc StflintBwngen tvic: 
I Uke to i«e tbeir bonei and trunki laken cart qf (GoLDeu., Sbe 
Sloopa 2.). 

Z>ie Htm @tn;ai!^ bietet »entg btefer Vrt Sei @f elton fbibeit fc^ Seiftiitte 
feit: Se wDuld be mad» mach qf, and hs wyst hoir (I. 16.). !I)en UlftiTUng 
bitter 8nAnt(fniKt{t botf niin ud^I in ber ftfi^e »tit bettieiteten ffieivo^n^eit 
fa^, bie ^T^fipoption btm ju i\)x gt^Brenbtn SafuB nai^jute<ttn, ttoW oft 
tat oi^ngiee SBint an bie €^|e Ui &a^ trat, nrie bicB naucntlit^ in 
ntotibcn €S^n bei gaU ma. Site. And went lo leke that Ud; bright, 
3%al tum dremj/d </ thal nTgbt (Sscth Saqes 2927.). 9a(. Se . . hera 
A« Te gefjm yM&« ipnseoa (Sax. Chb. 89S.). Sine Seittanblung be< flltiu 
in bw ^^yo>, tstl^ bnt bon bu $i3)wfition bebingten obliquen fiafu« in 
i*t Subien ueclc^rte, taq taiü) ^ict um fo tDeniget fem, nU nton fiA f^on 
ca bit Scnoanblung tinee uiDirflngli^cn Siati» in bas ©ubielt itt Raffte 

3>(t< Stefftfibnin. 
3>te bei S^ltgleit auf bad l^belnbe SuBjett felift iugefdbiie- 
iene Kii^tnng ober KSdfuirluna uiib bui^ (eine Gefonberc «ei' 
ioQsrai, tneläe einem ^Rebinm eRt]pxSiä)t, bejett^net. 3im (Sot^fc^en 
ßvben f{4 nix9 tingdne @t»i'^'ti ^"cä 3)iebium; bo^ »^ ^ nteifi bun^ 
bt< nät bem ref[e;i&en sfincorte oerSunbene Sltib eifert. Om Snget^ 
fmifi^ iß jebe ©bUT eincd formellen SRebium tterloren. ßiei uie im 
naü\dftü Utrb bad SRebium buri^ $injufüf|una eineä (le^ven) )>ti< 
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64 H.X:^. SDtt'lnib€^4ffisttns.'I.Sbf<^ ffiertfllatitig. I. CepU^. b. eo^d. 

gormen üSeraH, mag in ber Sitemi ©prail^e 6(i ben einfallen 5"" 
inen nit^t bet gaQ geteefen ju ftin ft^etnt. Ü^ic ntnrce ©tita^c 
&tbtent fl(^ aKerbingS naä) luueilen ber uncerflärften $tonomina, btü) 
in peta ötrminbertEni ÜKaaße. 

ein ^Ttttium ifl es ü^ngtnl, bn aitcftm 3nt bit buii^ B«1f MrjlSdlcn 
{^onntn beim re^e^tbcn SBnb ab)uf^Tei$ei:. @ie (ommtn natttcntlit^ im Wtw 
fatii; f(%on in ber fitleflen 3tit Bor. 6ol6f. He sife/ifi hemm Aimm leU/eTm 
her (OnH. 5^12.). He munnde [tier Toimenn aU AJnim («C/en (12031.). 
VbI- God ^ä geivüUloiU Hnt tilfne Abrahame (Gen. IS, 7.). PaaCiu o/>föA 
Ayii« «y^n« mid lu> igenre handa (Sax. Chr. ST.). And ävende hmt 
tylfne tu Gode (1067.). Hyne sjitot, ftheng (Uath. 27, 5.). St^on (SoQ. 
jSui tiZfion acaugei gadjia (Uatb. 8, 4.). Sgl. oben @. 31 flbn bcn Slativ. 
2. Sine itit^t unbetrfit^tli^e Snga^I bon Serben, toel^e t^aaaii mit 
rtftejiBent gfltmort« gebrauf^t ju werten fflegten, toirt ^egnt* 
tsSitig entwrtier Uorjugämeife o^inf gflmort, alfo intranfitiB in 
mebialent ©inne ßeSraui^t, ober eä geben bie »om gürtoorte btgtci' 
feten SSerba noc^ neben benfetben \)tx. itie Äufjeii^nung biefer $eiba 
geb&it ber Se^fogrii)>^te an, ba f^ntaftif^e ®ranbe Sterbet ni<^t maag« 
pebenb Werben. ®« Saje(^fel »ea reflerisen mit tem intronfttieen ®etb 
ifl Qbrigene \o ah a\9 bie ätteflen ^entmSler gcmtanifi^er @)>ra(6e. 
(gr fomrat fi^on im ©ot^i'tten »or, gerabe fo mie ber bnri^ alle 
Briten ge^nbe aSe<^fe( be« iRePcfiDumS mit bem ^ßaffiBum. 

aRan bgL unter anberem ag(. Vend<m from Hienualem (Mabc. 8, S2.). 
PA ^ecjrnion {>ä tvft and hnad-tsofenlig (Luc 10, IT.). Gif ha . . tA fie 
an die gecyrred Mit (15, 1. cf. Mabc 4, 12.); »o urj^tfinglic^ tran^^iiM 
KItiUa, wie ba« $affiOum teflt^u gcbiau^t finb. £iM iß ituc^. bie Seife 
anberei @))ra4en. Üat. fiUiu praecipilat ex . . montibm (Cic Somn. 5.). 
r«rteraf fortana (Liv. 5, 49.). Ubi noi laverimiu (Teicxht. Eno. S, 48.). 
SaevE lavanfur in ßuminibiu (Caes. B. G. 4, 1.) lt. t>. tl. 

S.IDer ^bätigWtSbtgriff, weither anf ba0 ©nbjrtt be3 ©o^ tfilftirfr» 
fenb gebaut toerben lann, i^ enttueber ein tranfitibcd ober ein intran« 
fitibeä 3ritffiort. 

iDog iebea tranfitibe ©erb im engeren ©inne, »elifteS iirf|)iBng- 
li* einen atlufatio ju fi^ nimmt, oui^ unter Umpänben taS fytv 
belnbe ©ubjefi felber jum ©egenflanbe ber Ibät'ö'e't «Ratten Itma, 
bebarf launi b« Semerfung. Serba biefer Srt fcfflobt gennanif^en 
ütö tomanif^en Urfprungfl ftnb e3, toelc^e nai^ allgemeiner Wegtl im 
SVeuenglifc^en bie but^ seif Betfiarften günDbrter ju fii^ nehmen. IHe 
äjibt ber mit bem einfachen ^erfonalobjefte «erbunbeiien ®er6a biefer 
ma^t. ift ju ©^alfpeareö ^tit not^ jiemlii^ grog, obgleich an^ bie 
mit Belf jufammengefe^ten SQrtobrter meifl bei benfelben Serben box* 
fommen. &eif)>ie!e ber erfteren SIrt ^aben fit^ noc^ in neuerer 3nt 
nieiß in ber üDi^tnng er^Iten. Sgl. 

Ere . . Wilfried had rouied htm to reply, Bertram iprang forward 
(Scott, Bokebf 2, 13.). *T waa ailence all — he laid kirn down (3, 
8.). Yield thee, Minotti (Btr., Siege 27.). Cheer'd bj tbia hupt, 
ihe btnJt her hither (Th. Moore p. 349.). She law a «earted maa 
. . Impatient ßiag htm down to drink (ib.). There Witt I pimtffe tme, 
in that liquid flame (p. 132.) U. U. Q. 

!Dae einfa^e 97eutnnn it finbet {1^ ober nit^t fo gebraust: Tbe 
tnut; cndgel did (^ott lüe^ agaiut dead-dolng blova (Bon^ 



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Hod. 1, 3, 801.). The gmle Uä ligk'd Üweff to tut (Scott, Boko- 
bf 2, 1.). Twice from my gUnce it Beem'd to flee. And tArowj 

ititff b; diff or tree (2, 13A SSmn nn^nfSnUd^ ©eQtnflfiiibe )ki> 
fesifidct iMrben, cr^en fie natarlicfe ba< mfinali^e ober nriblit^ 
@tf(^«i^t, iiiib Knnnt bann bcmgcmfig buri^ du einfaßt« ^ItUort 
icjrit^ltct fdn: And each böge tnmk that, from hii side, ReeUna 
U» o'«r the dai^sooM tide (Scott, Bokeby 2, 2.). 

eriffncte mit änfai^nn gümortc au« fifttm 3nt flnb b bcr %txaadaitt 
OBStfa^it 3)ag ba< Sgf. au^ ba« (infac^e SRculrum hit nf(tpt> gtbTan^t, 
i{l fcIb^MT^finbli^ : ])i gtgadoroda mied folc iW (Sax. Psh. 921.). Aod 
Rtte t™t f^lc Ai( OD t>Bm teofodtta däge (Esod. 16, SO.}. Ucba btt !»• 
tunmmflettött gönn im Bat. f. c6. 1. 
tSnberS ob« Mt^afioi ffi^ aiu^ noc^ im SReutnfllifc^ti! intranfititt* 
nnb tinige tranf itiue SJerba, BkI^« utfprflnali^ eintn reflejiben I)o« 
tiöjn p(^ nahmen, ©it ^aben, »o fie iiber^QiHit eintn reflepWn flafii« 
fn ^^ Mafien, befftn fit »ieffa^ nie nnabe^u fecburftcn, bie dnfade 
Ißninoininaironn £e^altnt, tceCcbe fii$ feiten m bic boQeit uemantotu. 
SS ifi natfirtii^, bog ba, tco baS fainjugefUgte SCrwort bem Sßeibum 
tmt rint Itii^tt mtbialt gfSrSung gitbl, unb bie IQüitnng auSgebrSÄ 
tKtben foD, toel^e dnt I&ätiflleit, gldi^fiim anfireiftnb, jugfdc^ äuger* 
li4 ober innalit^ unb gemilt^liA auf baS ©ubjelt ftlSer auSflbt, bie 
tonlofere Sonn beB gttrWDrtt« fiq er^alttn lonntt- "Dae görtoort (oint 
tlB dn Ueber^iig erfi^eintn, unb son duer me^t nü^ternen aii geuiDt^> 
^fyn Siebe terfi^mäöt »erben, wie eS benn ant^ ber niobernoi 
@raniuiatit Öfter ate $Ieonadmu9 gilt. 3n tinjelnen ^ie^er ge^adsen 
gäUra pe^t neben bem SJati» aut^ btt SHtufatic b(B gflnoorte«. 
@etinanif^en Serben fmb aucb einige romanifc^e afflmilirt. 

Slawin geleiten äieiba bct ^u^t, tctli^e juffidlen aait ben S3egttf[ 
bei SeUKgung julaffen: Stand thee cIom, thea, ander that ))entbouM 
(SsAESP., Mnch Ado d, 3.). Storni Um by, ti'iax (4, 1.). Theo *fay 
An, Faü, in lUveDibencb (Scott, L. Mimtr. 6, 23.). Sil tht» by 
OUT ride (Sbaksp., Henrj VI. 3, 8.). Would shat tbe boofc, »nd *ä 
Um down, and die (11 Henry IV. 3, 1.). Bbe irent and tat her doim 
ORT agalüBt bim (Gek. 21, lü.). Ho $att hm down at a pillar't 
bkK (Btb., Siege 19.). He tat Um down on a little bank (Bulw., 
RIenzi 1, 1.). S)a^in ge^M auc^ baS intranfitib gcmoibene set: The 
kiag, bj thia, u *ef Aün dowa to «leep (Soaksp., III Henry VI. 4, 3.). 
Vac^ tann man ime, eig. jacere, quietcere ^el^er rechnen, ofiliw^ 
cf aiff)TfingIi(^ nur btn KCtnfnti» bd ßi^ gu ^aben fi^dnt: We'll 
mt ■*, Hennia (Sbaksp.. Mids. N. Dr. 2, 3.). Enter, «nd re»t iket 
thera a ipace (Scott, Lord of tbe lal. 5, 21.). Rett Oee san Tbat 
I akall lore thea well (Tknmtb. p. 104.). Kbttdi^ltngen flnb j. S.: 
When he sal kimtttf down (Dickens, Pickw. 2, 20 n. Bfttr.}. 

Otcfe Snfcisbung jiebt T«^ bunf aOt @b»i^t)enoben unb tifteedt fi^ in 
bet Üteroi e^irat^e f elbfl enf Sn6a mie Itesen, fein unb »erben. $albf- 
And «tod Aim faU stille (I^jah. JI. 347.]. MierliQ tat him itilie (II. 327.). 
AndAine (scc.) gon to reiAni (IIJ. 37.). Perde ford liht anan licc Am Ion 
Octa (IL S44.). He wurdellche iaari him M kinge (II. 338.). ^sf. And itbd 
tot BnderfAm treöre (Ges. IB, 8.). And lAf Atre feorran (21, 16.)- Hc Aina 
tw* (ExoD. Jl, 17.). Ic «le reite (Con, Exon. 494, 8.). pone ianolon 
t'tenm Um on Cent (Sax. Cim. 1009.). Beoi tiv aäUe (Exod. 14, lA). 
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Setbo btrStucen»«, Mie anfflt'^f it, gt^cn, fa^xen, cUcn 
K. ^tttm fvd^n in •uflaeGt^nUvem aRoagc titn 3)atib txä garaettc« 
(d :fiE^: ba« Koinslifare bittet niK^ cinjelne ffitfCc^M biefcr Sit 
nc6fl otpmilirtm ÄnÄifldra: Sir, '^«71 yvt forth (feuicsp., Cymb. 
6, 6.). Co»»« rt« on (A«T. A, CtKOP. 4, 7.)- Ö" <*«« to Fr«nee 
(Shaksp., Rieh. 11. 5, U). Hi* **" oi *by »teed (BcLW., Hienzi 
3, 2.)- HoJrt y« (Gen. 46, 9.). Haiti Ihtt to halp me (Fi. 22, 19.)- 
He ihia Am dowa tbe soanding path (Scott, Bok«by 2, 14.}. Afonil 
«b« upon bis borge (Suaksp., Rieh. II. 5, 3.). Sfouni llite on the wightieit 
■teed (Scott,. L. Miiwtr. 1. 22.). An Mrfprfln glicht Sffufatibe rrimiCTK 
e^rttrt ium S^ril franjBfl((^tii gormen analDgen ÄuSbrücfe: And there 
thay ineft Ue» down (Scott, L. Minatr. 6, 29.) (cneolen, cnelen (omint 
[i^on fiei Oroi. 6138. 11392. UOt). The monfc rttHmed him to bis cell 
(2, 23.), toomit man »flf. Tum Uee unto me (Ps. 2ä, 16.), iocbtt 
bet ^al)fel mit bem terflSrflEn gilnrorte nidjt auffallen fan».- Th« 
foul practice halb lurntd ilself on me (SsAKsr., Le»r 5, 2.) U. öfler. 
Avoitt thrt, Fiend! (Scott, L. Minstr. 6, 32.) Ob tnou 6et bem S, 
get mit bem obliquen Jtafud tte ^üxxoDütt aa bad inlraitfttib gelvst' 
beiie get benftn foC, welches fc^on bei SEjjffpeare uottommt : If I can . . 
gel to Naplas ifith bim (Shaksp., Temp. 2, %), mug Itoeifet^ft 
Mtibeu; baS ^ünvoit erinnert itboä} an ben ©ebrautl) teffelben bei 
anberen Setben ber Bewegung: Ge( Mre bcFore to Coventry (Shaksp., 
I Henry IV. 4. 2,). Get Ihee gone 1 (Marlowb, Edw. II. 1, 4.) So 
gel you botb gone (Goldsm., G. Nat. M. 2.). Gel thet hence! (Btb^ 
Mnnfr. 3, 4.) 

3)ie Sltere Sfita^e bietet eine QTSgere 3atl bm GecBen mit bem 3>ati»: 
üp Atre TOI Olimpuii (At.ts. 407. cf. Am» a. Auit„ S29.). Äryit the (Towii. 
U. p. 112.). The milden yede Air to Che chircbe dore (L*r lb Fnnici 
l&T.). And rtmied Ann mpon the itrond« (Alis. U66,). And AyMA Acoat 
to baon awreke j[3ST83. cf. Towh. H. p. 71.) (agf. brcgaa, itodore, aiti, & 
S«n. et acc. i^ im litt, i^cn intnui|1lto). I ahalle ne tpede ful hntdj 
(Towk. M. p. 41.) (agf. »pedan, progredi). And wenf* m« to reale (P. 
Plouhbu. p. 1.]. £u bem te^ Serb {C^UHtttt boS Sgf. jtoifc^ Sttitf. 
tmb 3)atit>. ^iilbf. And r«o( jb« to bellen (Lijak. IIL SG.). p* Mxl 
Ardar Aini up (II. £33.}. Com hon Uder Pendragno (IL 392.}. ^ dsi 
Um ford jeonged (II. 546.). I'erde him anan to t>^° ""iB (II. S9t.). 
Colgrim . . ßah Am (IL 4SS.). H« . . swiae gon kirn riden (II. 2IG.). 
Oeta Atm uc rml (II. 805.). Xeopen Aemn lo hor«en (II. 467.). Go in 
Sgf.l Oeiidt A*Tn.)>l 4« Uelii« (C.«d>. 387S.). 0)M« Mm eft to Landeiia 
(Sax. Cbk. 10t«.). Ffcde ae 0701; Arn hto (1009.). Sveoif An ^nrti 
{)& helddra (CdiDH. 44S. cf. 340. 759.). ffiie rindan, Tolri, mtt bcm Xati» 
ttortommt: Vand him |)1 ymbätan [wiie dcMei be<iin (Cacdm. 4SS.), |o «w^ 
TendsD, ge^endAn: Se Cnut . . ^ecnii« him äveig (Sai. Chr. 1D14.}. Oa- 
vendcn heom begaoodan (1051.); bot^ an^: Yende hine ttt [wiion (C«iui. 
490.). 

Scrba befi ffffetteA ^abtn noc^ bidloeilen ntien Frfte^lwn fiafu« 
' Bei fl(f), ttflt^er leboi^ ntt^t tiatfj bem Dbjeftatafna »u beurtljeileit ijt, 
ben bafl Verb fonft tu ft(^ nimmt. Oener ftafue {tpmanft aQeibing« 
Ibidueilen f^n in feinem Uifprunge ^tDifc^en bem X>atiD unb beut 
^Ctufattc. nomanifc^e %eiba, tneCc^ ^let bortommen, fi"^ jnm Xf^eil 
als germanifc^n affimiliit ju betrac^tett, aber au(^ unmiltetbui: aa» 
btn %UfiaiiiiSfi[(^eR ^etilbetgenimnnni: I /*ar m« (Shajcsf., Rieh. IZ 



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2, 2. TtjMxnn, V. I^urt 1, 2. Cour, ««. 1, SX l fav m n 
(BoLV^ %«mi 3, 7.)- I (ffwif m« Mvtilen n«^ bri WClinoi. I «Um« 
w of the pirt I p]s.;'d (Scott, Lady of tho L. 6, 6.). I rtptat m» 
of «11 I did (Temntb. p. 338.). I da npMt m (Uaiwtat, J. 
EUlkC 3, te.) Aadjof Mm in Che lifb I gira (Bnt^ PariMiia 13.) 
R.e. 0. 

.^ Site, fhib , afiflef^tn wn bni «il bnn ^nmBfifi^ (nfi£<cgntonK 
imni, nainnitlii^ Sctbi bei %tn^ mit KfttpMn Ztttit) 8(li4: Thal ]i« 
M drnUe hgm ton (P. Pijitiunit. p. 280.). I me aore (2r«de (p. SSG. et 
Tons. U. p. 1S8, 256.). To deye thtj fort hem ful mecha (C«v. M*»p. 
f. 391.). Care the nonght (Aus. 434.). 3», Thomu, cijiDto the not 
[Co*. Mist. p. 373.). Hgf. pft OTif{rai(2on big htm (M*th. 9, 8.). pL 
mdrtd he Jiäa (JoH. 19, S.). Ne fidarf Aim onArntian Ae66t atneUB cnig 
Ol eocdin [Cod. Exon. 49, 1.). Scamjan tft gmü^xli^ un)S(r18til([(: .BtM 
fi) ne icMvtedt (Gkk. S, 8S.). Me leeamai fät ic *iil1i^ (Li-c. Itl, S,), 
ttlM^I mA- Dirt btm KRuf.: BidJBti leama mtJ: (Ldo, IS, S.). Sgl. B^ 
T^tmtti [hat ha cm there [Rich. C. uk L. S34.). Stni$ otlbtTc Scdu 
B4>nni btn aRnfatis: $alb(. ArSar Atne iviraddede (Las^u. 111. 36.). 

SuHgtSüccba anbtictXrt ntljinm einen reflc^Dcn urfyrüngli^cn 
2>ttie jn fit^ 3>a^n gebort: /Jori Mw, a ward (Sbaebp., C^inb. I, 
6.). Hark gou, Kala ([ Ueary IV. 2, 3.). JJari tkte, Puidnlfo (Bulw., 
Bteiui 5, 3.}; DteQttÄt OUi^ HiwA (tc«, too impaüeDt moid (Scott, 
Lord of the IhI. 6, T.). 

IM tStt. ifl Kciet&iget mit bta n^tttota AofnC; Go rortb and ptay 
de alle aboots (Towk. U. p. 7.). To thi byddynge ..Im« oAey (Cor, 
Um. p. 201). 9(ui$ boS !Es{. fe^tc ju nDcdci onbtrm Serben einn 

Kfleti»ai SUth). .Bim |>ä Aiariu in - gefiDnciim hUSdreda, hkWg [CoD. 
EiM. 18S, 1.). Se tio Am tiib ll^an mid Gode (450, IB.). .Him Beävnlf 
irimoldan Irad (Beov. 3795.). Tii/e Mm apTtcn fein (Csinf. 44S.). 

9m SSgnndnni ifl jn btmrrlni, bag toic biiS 9Itue. etni^nlic^, |o \^en 
i*> %i\. iit inttaafitiiKn ^tc^ gt^Biidni Saba ni^t not^tDOibig mit bcm 
ttflrpeni Jjfimortt witotnbtt. 
5.^ RfUfiBni 3nfinitit in am} abflratter gaffünj, b. l)- efjat 
Scjit^g auf ein aiAntDcttig bejeii^iiete« Subjeft, gi^t Me nenete 
€|irU^ b<ri &6ieB ene"! «e^: To loTo om'a wlf. 

£nn atte. ift fcit« O^ieft fiemb-, t9 (ann nttc bim, himulf ebcc hia lelf 
xnMibni. a)eni Sgl- f<6"' ^ tin lec , »a^inib bat Sotb. ein tcflcpDe« 
na, lii, *ik =^ aui, libi, le bcft^t, me\ä)te oud^ b(n XnSbtnd ber aa* 
kltitBnuni migunetn^t annehmen !onntt: gaakaniaii lik. 

Sie BtUfomti. 
Vit ^S^lät vnb m irgenb einet Bett BerloMIi^t getackt; bafl 
S仫! brMt in feinen eitifo(^eti ober iufaininenjefe(;tEn gönnen jn« 
■"* bie ©eji^nng ber S^ätißteit onf eine m ÄÜgemeiner Sffieife tepimmte 






Sir ^en (I. 315.) bie Beitformcn in jtDti Steigen itt^t, »oboti 
Äoaebie 3eitfotmen ber ©egenWatt, bie anbete btt ^tUfox' 
■« ber Sergangen^eit umfa§t. Öeibe fllet&en «ntrrfc^etben (ii^ 
**»t^ f^on füinfäfiia, bog bie erfie entrotbet ein einfat^e« ¥'^fifen« 
«fcer ttit bem ^Sfene eint« fuflenaimten ©ütfeieifMwrte« jnfammengefelite 
8«we« Ketet, lofi^renb bie jtoeite entBeber (in einfahrt f riitetitnm, obet 
"it bon ftätoitiim bed ^iUfdjeitioctte« jofammensefeOte gonna jeiflt. 
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6g II. Xt- Seit* a. eotffistmg. l.VXm- ttnrtfDfltmg. l. Ccfftt^. b. «ntM. 

©(^8it au« bief« formdlnt ®tei4aTti()Mt Mb« »ei^ erflitSt fU^ 
bag bie-f^Bloftifd^e Seraenbuna «ner iebm «ei^e boa daec glct^ea 
@ninb«nf(^auung brt äeitUKlfältniilee ouBfle^tn muß. 

Sei bn: SÖwenbang btt 3«tfo"'"' *« ©egnitoatt gc^t bei we» 
benbt Bon feiner Oegenttort, b- ö- Bon ber S'it- i« todä)tt et efceit 
icbtt, auä. Son bicfcm feinem ®tanb))unfte btjri^net er bie atO' 
aefdgte Si^Atiglrit entnebet al9 eine gegtnwfiitifle, Dbei aU eine fflt 
t^n bereit« veraangeie, ober jutUnftise. 

Sei bem ©ebrau^e bei äettfonnen ber Setgonßen^eit betra<^tet et 
bie X^atfadfen von einer nidjt nte^r feinet ©eoenlDaTt angc^ 
tenbcn 3eit, b. ^. Bon bet anf t^n ni^t begoßentn Sergangen^t an«, 
unbfieQtbie auSgefagtcn I^Stigteiten at« bamat« enttttber gcgcit' 
ttättig, ober Berßangen, ober julünftig bar. 

S)ie ©[Reibung in brei objedi» Bon einanbet gelrennte 3«i*fP^fiwB 
ip btiben Arten gemein. Die 3«itfonntn, »el^e jur Sejei(^nuaa bn 
mittteten bet ie brei Btitfb^^i^cn bienen, finb füt bie Seui^eitung bn 
Berliner ober na^^er gefet^en Si^ätigtcilen tiiaaggtdeitb. SffiiQ man [ene 
borum abfolute nennen, fo ^}ml^t ben fibtigen ber 9Iame relatiset 
Beitfotmen ju, obwohl in gtioiffem ®inne oQc B^fonnen telatio genannt 
»erben bürfen. 

S>a jebet S^Stigfeit eine getoiffe B^itbauer MiTommt, bie 3<itfc 
men aber [eine toeitete SSefHmmung al« bie ber 3"Ub^Ste ftber^nt)! 
enthalten, fi> mufi bie SljStigteit ^infidjHid) i^tet weitet beflimmten 81* 
be^nurtg in bet Aeit bur* anbete fprat^lit^e SRittel obet bntt^ bejt 3b' 
(amraen^ang bei «ebe n5^er t^rafterifirt ttetben, Wenn ni(^t bie Kaftit 
ber X^£tigteit ftibf) eine jeitlic^e ©renjbeflimmung ober S^tanlenlofift» 
teit in ber 3«t anbeutet. 

Sie 3<ltformen ber ®egen»art 

1.3)a«¥r5fend bejtii^net eine X^Stigteit, »eli^ ber 3eit ang^tt, in 
ber fle auSgef)itod)en toitb- S)a leine S^dtigteit auf einen mat^ttia* 
tif^en ^t\i)piinU jufammengebtSn^ift, fo tommt tS müft barauf an, 
ob bie au^gefagte !£^tigfeit ben SRoment bet 9?ebe flbttbauert, ob« 
i^m jAon Uoianging; ti genügt, bag fie überhaupt in bte 3^t{f|i^fire 
bet «ebe fäQt. It non drewt towtu-ds night (Shaesp., Heor}' V. 3, 
6.). Wbose hoate u thtit I lerF (Tesnys. p. 225.) If ;od tove na 
u I love yon, No knife ihall cut our love in t«o {Vi.A^cai, Foita- 
nio 1, 3.). Set bem Uebergteifen übet ben äßoment ber SuSfagc, tnb 
iu Sbnefen^cit einet anbeiaeiligen isc^tante bet ^frStiafeit, tatin bot 
$räfen3 aQgemeine Utt^eiU aiiSfprcf^en , uobei bte X^otigtrit aü an* 
bauetnb obet alä }eitiBeilig »iebetle^renb gebai^l, obet f^einbai twn 
ieber 3«itfp^fire abjtraöirt merben fann. 

It ii t trito buC truo obtervation, tbat «Kunples work mora forciblf 
on the mind (han precepta (FncLP., J. Andr. 1, 1.). Ipiinted — otbw 
children do the tarne (BiB. p. 311.). It ü One of tha peculiuidM 
of a philiMopliical method, to sdapt itself indiscrimiD&Cely to »11 tott* 
of Vfiteiat (Lkwxs, H. of Philoi. II. 4.). Th« Pa«t eammot ba aMa 
(Cauxu, Fatt a. Proi. 1, 1.). 

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3a N4k StnpnbBna M ^xfifea« fUnniat alt s<Hlbcte 6))n<^ mit 
dwte tkniK. {Bit in ba münni emiKttbnna btt ^SftM boS Snslil^e 
M tm Sgf. abwri^t, ci^bl bai goluiibt. 
ISat iDiib hrt $räftn« au4 Ben Z^lifllnlm «ttWenbet, tDcIc^ bcr 
Uti^anacBfiejt an^mfaCnt. 

IbatStmtn Fol<^ fein, teeli^e mit i^rem SrgtBitiffe bid in bie 
0tgntlKTt tei(^, ober negcn i^re^ unmittelBartn ^ufiiniitcn^itgeS 
Kit bafclbtn, aI4 iioi^ gcgcntoärttg bargcfieSt toerben: My muter . . 
mit aa forth . . to kecp them living (Skakap., Temp. 2, 1,)- I 
W tlut Lord äJndeep . . made a speech (Douoi. JuutOLD, Babblea 
1,1.). Thej calied them kiag's scholars, l forgtt wby (Pikld^ J. 
ipdr. 3, &.). The world bj whal J iMm, ia no Btranger to yoiir 
{OwnMiEr (GoLDSM., G. Ntit. M. 4.). Th«it's the worst tidings thot 
Ikn- of jet (SeAKap., I Uenry IV. 4, 1.]. IIa doth It u like ona 
rf thete hmrlotry player«, u I ever ite (2, 4.). ÜJamit ^änflt b« 
Säiuu^ bt« $xäfcne bei ünfttljiungEn uon Ku^fprilc^eii jufam* 
Kn, toil^ in fc^ttft^elleTif^en ^txtva ober im @tbä<i^tniffe fcrt« 
^Aa: It mast be so — Pluto, thou reoion'ii irell (Addis., Cato 5, 
!.). Cicero, in k letter to Marcellui in eiile, rtnindt him, Whererer 
TM «ra, reBMmber yoii are equally in the power of the conqDeror 
(GmaoN, Ded. 2.). Horatori . . nt/omu ua, that the popcs coinod 
MMf, in gold, silver, and copper (Boscoe, I^eo X. 1.). Ammiroto 
^t*» Ibe birth of Ginllo ona month, and Macchwvetli, lorcntl monlfag, 
Ar the death oC his fxther (ib.). 

1* Htm 6))ta(^ tft befi^rSnlin in biefnn @(&rati^; nur in btm imittn 
Mc |b^l «ft b<t< $rafena. Xxm nflen ac^eint tttiu gälte an, S>ie: My 
bric, jont fBther ba yrMe« jou weU (Percv, ßel. p. 7. II,). »tt. etelteit, 
WtiB MO, sie in Sejug auf bic Sngangen^cit Uottotnuit, finb gmiFtlbaft, ba 
hjt germoi onc^ b«n ^ättritum angt^äten. — It may noght be, ye richo 
nn, Or Uaihew on Ood lyetk (P. Pi.oughu. p. 282.). Aa Chnat laylh in 
bEiu^ (Boib or TBK RoSK 44G.), As Bcint Bcmard fai(A (Ciuuo. 
■ ISI. I.); anb fo \Öt ältep« Seit. 5(iI6(. Jtis« GoddüpaU mjj^ (Ohm. 265.). 
][. Sri srft ae ritega Oa mcmai (A.-S. Qomii,. U. 124.). Sebe [tiirli hil 
•ikgai d^ad: Nylle ic {läa ■jnfallaD AtAi (ib.).; neben bem $iStentuin; 
MttlMi drrdi {jna be t>i»uii a°d i<z<ie (II. 90.) nnb cft cTid u. bgL 

t^ (ebntbijierc SerQegen»5rtignnfl ceraattgtner S^tfai^tn ^t bem 
liSetif^tn ober erjfi^lenbtn $rfiftnfl bin Urfprrnig fltgebeit. 
Et gt^Tt bcfotibere ber wSrmtrRi unb beneglii^en ^DCttf^en 3)ar> 
1^^ bo(^ au^ ber ^tfi^i^tlii^en ^lofa unb bem gemeinen Setien an. 
Hu mt baburi^ t^eilS uncnuartete, ober in raffet golge einonber 
Wsgnibt lEreigniffc ju Mrge9emi>ärti0en, t^eitä mit 3nleieffe bei bet 
VWRhmg ber @eennt Denseilenb, bie unmittelbare ttnft^uung 
Nfra, ■aa m begab, ju ertoeften. SäiStoeiten fcbeint felbß ber Wtä^ 
H bet formen btd ^rStentnm unb bee ^rfifrae ali Unterbre^mtg 
ts Gti^nmelcit bcUe». 

AH thii . . OniU not taka traee witb tbe onmly apleen Of Ty. 
Ut detf to peaee, bot that he tUu Witb pierciDg ateel aC bold Mer- 
estia'i bieaa^ Wbo, all a« hot, tarn* deadly poiut to point. And, witb 
I Kaitial seom, witb ona band beaU Gold death aaide, and witb th« 
MUt tnujt It back to Tybalt etc. (Shabbp., Born. a. JnL 3, 1.). A 
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Cfer Horncliff-biU a plump of apttua dßotm, Kbnoi Z, 3^ Et vu 
&• night — and Loik'i gUÜsy itrsUB The atan- ore Btudding, Mclk intb 
tmaged beam; So c«lm, the watan Bcareely »en» to tbnef. And j«t 
they gtidt lika happinen away (Btr., Lft» 1, 10.>. While raaitd-the 
fire such legende ;d, Far difTerent «m* the scene of woe etc^ (BcOTT, 
Harm. 2, 17.). And while yon little bark sSdes down the bay . . 
Hom'f geniftl inflnence rovstd tt ainttrel grey (Lady of the L. 2, 1.). 
— Bnt when he kad ptU them all out, be taittk titt father aad Ab 
mother of the damsel, and them that wert »fith bim, and rwterttk in 
where the damiel wat lying (Mahk. 5, 40.); unb fo eft in Ut nriben 
^ofa bet Bi6elfib«rfe$ung. Sttttgtei iji tw le6enbige ©efc^it^tfletji^- 
lung: The drama are beating: „Taiie*-voiu, Sileacel" he (TM*..He 
monnb the scaSbld, not without delay; he ü in paee coat..He tlript 
off the coat; ilandt diaclosed . . The Executioners t^protuh tO bind 
bim: be iptirm, retiit* etc. (Cablii.k, French Re*. Ö, 2, 8.). 

nnb nii^t o>n( Sin^lug bct Sfr. im Site cnttDidelt |u ^abtn. „Lorerd," hoe 
leilh, „-wo is holde vires." (Wrickt, Anecd. p. 10.). Fair Chriaiabelle to 
hii chaamber geei, Her maydcni foHowing eye: O vell, she *ayth, how 
doth my lord (Psbot, ReL p. la. II.). Bow gret a wwwe tt^rtth. now 
ArciU! The dach ha feiefk tborsgh bis herCe amyU; Be veeptth, vrejfleA, 
crytih piWnaly; To ilen himielf he tanj/Ulh prjvjly. He tai/dt „Alias the 
day etc." (Chauc, C. T. 1221.). Oft bmmt bct an|i$cinnib umnattttiitc 
aStt^ttl b« ^täftn« mit btm ^rfiteitlum üor. Sh« durite nwtber «ay na 
do, Bat that, that her Umgeih to (Sob. of the Robk 1222.). That he her 
Jdtt At all timea that him list, Thal all tha daunce might it see, The mnfa 
DO force of priTetee (1290.). 2>tni 9Fr. uai in bn Siii^hing unb fdBß in 
b« ^iDfa boe ^ftDti14e frafenS unb fein IBt^fel mit btm $tBtentum (SJtffaii 
nnb 9pnftTt) in bnntefl« SOIrf^nfl geHuPa : S'en ^ men^ k ral lea mea 
Droit par derant Salehadin, Si le *ahie en Ion latin (Fahi- ed. Baifa&z. I. 
60.). Cil.^ monlC prens et molt legier, Sot hi piei laä , un croq a prU 
etc. (I. 87.). Amcrs s'cn fiät »ans plag auendre, Totes >ei roil Untaa k 
tendre (ib.). La puoiele le talua . . Et il reprmt com deboinaire (Sku 
TU SAOtiS ed. Keller 103.). Caacnns des sagea lot un noja Et K opr» 
des riea loyi (9S9.). Si traist aa caatel por asalir et U ciit lient et la noiae, « 
11 Cevatier et ti aerjant iarment et qevrent aa poitei et ai man . . et U borgoü 
montent ai aleoin dei mnra, ai jsCenf qoariai etc. (L ftST.). San Vgf. 
ift bitfer (Stbraui^ »enig frcmb, unb mnn bie oot^ifi^c Ueb«fcl}un(| ber 
Snangtlien nix^ biCtMihn bae grict^ifi^ ^ßadfc^c $rfij(iii ftt^ tfi^, 6icM 
btc anaelfSc^flf^e bafili; bae ^lätoritum. Zier agf. ^tU W^ ]pa SMUnt, 
tDcIf^ bn fubieltiMn anf^auung Kaum giebL 

8i !B&^enb ber @ebtau(^ bt€ ^iflDrift^ $r&fcne frembtr IginiDiiiliiag m* 

iufc^rcibm iji, gc^t bei ©ebraut^ btd $räfcn« fOr bat Siituritnt w 
i bie ätttfle ©pra^ptriobe juiüd, Sri bem Mangel tiner htfonboa 
Soim fäT baS gutuium l)ahtn bit älteren germanirdl^n 3Rinibartm gn): 
gent^eild bic Don bem ®taiibpuntte beB dtebenbui auä jnBiiiftigeu St^< 
tigftiten bur^ ba8 $räfcnä, »enn ttit^t bun^ eine Umfi^Tdbaitg, aa^ 
oOiiflttt. UmfcbTcibenbe Sormen, fiü^e wi^nben, qabtn ba(b bsS 
®f6iet be« $t5fen8 Berengert. 

aZatitdi^ erfc^eint a, ba^ (Srttgitiffe, ueli^c aU Iftnftig dittxcteHb 
cmaittt, genügt obet getcoat Uecben, burd) bte ßnoerfi^t be^ 
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h ttrisn« fiO^ jritOi^ ta «aftn Sufnnnun^imc Mm Omira. 
Sot 9Z<iKiiglif4e rfiinnt t>nn JtoniKnttiv bd $tfifen«, »cft^ 
&(fnibn^ bctn 97(iciifagt onot^, ^ler eine toeitne @p^e cm d9 
hm 3ttbifatii). Äni^ titfeT nrirt befonterB im StBnifaje eon bet 
^ronft gebiandtt, B;« ^d) Xrn 9!(Bttifa( an einen ^auptfo^ te^nt, ber 
eine umf^reibenbe ^orm tiS girtutum ob« eine Snbeutiing bev 3"' 
tnnft imrtSf ben 3m;iaatiB ic. enthält. 

Stifpicle be« $rä(eirf in $aa)>tfäeKn fehlen inbeg aaäf btm 9icH> 
oiglifi^ ni(^ 

I drimt tke air before ma and refum Or e'er yoar pnlM Ivriee be>t 
(SsAESr., Temp. 5, 1.). Tou go not Till I set you up a gIssB WLere 
JOD nwj lee the inmoU paii of you (HamL 3, 4.]. Triumpli or 
danger — joj or «orrovr — I om by thy aide (Bulw., Lady of 
Lyon« S, 1.). Viltain, Where i» thj lady? In a word; or eise Thoa 
«^ ItraightwBj with the ficnds (Shaksp., Cymb. 8, 5.). I com« — and 
if I eome iD vain, Nerer, oh heter, we bim( again (Btr., Siege 21.), 
T*-morrow umtet us no nooro to part (ib.), SJitfer ®e6raUI$ jß 
befenbfre im gemeinen Seben ßblt^, tntin Mn bcm, toaS unmittcßoi 
ehr baib gefttK^en tätt, bit Ktbe i(t. 3n 9te6enf<i6cii aOet Sit 
$ bie Sttwenbung be4 Snbitatib selfiuftg gcMiebcn: When I rear 

Mf band, do yoa tlie like (Shakbp., Temp. 2, 1.). Wben I am dast, 
ay name iball, like s atar, Shine throagb wan apace (Bci.vr., RicbeÜ 
3, 1.). Wbile Cato tmtt, Csaar will blnah to see Hsukiiid eoilaTod 
(Adms-, Cato 4, 4.). I gloried in a «ife and aon. . Ere day 
^Kftwt, I «hall bnTe none (Btr., Paris. 13.). Yoa'll wait opon tlte 
«tan, and od tbeir houn, Till tbo enrthly bour aeape» yon (Colkr., 
Yite. 1, 11.), A« looB Bi I »ee tbe ear^teat gray Of inorning glim- 
»er in the eaat, t will go orer to the priest (Ixinop. II. 37.). The 
MTranti niiit aop bebt« yon go back (BrLW., Lady of Lyon« 3, 1.), 
%a SoninnFtiv eignet fl(^ fein» Statnr rd^ not^ mt^r jum Kn8> 
bnnte ffic baB Buf^'nEise. iBeifpieCe gemG^ bec ^bfi^nitt, ueti^ 
vm Jtonjunttie Rubelt. 

Vte. 64^11 bei SteBttt Ken QHonctfler finb unif<!(»i6cnbe fjfDtnicn gam 
gttof^iGcb; baS-$tfifen» «orti erf^dnt no^ gewB^inl'^ fntnnf^, »ie ani$ 
obm ^a^tntia |{nnli(t unter ben eben gcnannttn Shtf^^äntimgeu. Grote 
»itoM worttti jat rcda of cqoddcb blöde, CriBlendoia noTJ» yeatt a doon 
(K. UF Gl. L 132.). Si^ie, [»t come^ aftar hym, ichiiUflli bolde [>e. SBynoria 
(3>.). Ad elf qaecn wol I have i-wiB.,AUe oLbir womiDen I fonak«, 
Änd to ao elf queen I me take By dale aad eek by douna (Cbauc, C. T. 
15301.). If tboa prike oat of rayn lianot, Anoon I lUe thy itede (15222.). 
Tn monrc wil I lileete wilb tbe, Whan I havt myn annnre (15229.). 
WafMet (hatae ü ob ye nrekylle TW» man if ye «pjlle (Towb. M p, 806.). 
9« Igf. ifl htt ^u)>t' unb 91ebenfa|gt gltii^niägis bet Qnbilatl« be« $tafen< 
ci4 f^ bol gxtnt grbTSui^lii^, t^" *i^ ^"^ (^*> heaided, ^mnt, ^tn 
Bb*c Ugti (Cauk. 2181.). Gjf liTa edv t>ir<il«nl, tb «<5t fidtunyad 
(Six. Chb., Intr. p, 2.}. Hvänne gevgrd t>it| E>ät ia ciime and itfve be- 
Eons Codes aiu^ne? (Ps, 41, 2.) pt£b ^a {ranne i&se |)DDiie ne jtncitt ^a 
kf (.W, 10, cf. Math. 28, 14. Luc. S, 6. 22, 23. Eiod, 4, 2), ®ie 

£5fniffenn b«om tft {ogat btlanbnt bn gututbcbeutung setbf^allnt. Ie 
' bM e(}r ealle dagas M Tonildea geendange (Math. 28, 20. et Luc. 5, 
»iL J)ci©ebmnt^ be< graten« Ingiaaen, »wl*t auf bie3u(unft «bjirien, 
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ob aiMMlwrtcn nfiüt; hn Sgf. i^ « ^flg. Btx ai« reP Odd« bdt 
drifiM Te? Mda tnid hram (m ve afem^ne? (Math. 6, 31.) BTlder 
od ic? (Oui. 81, 30.) Brät uege in him? (Eioi>. 3, 13.) Crede g" 
q/ifyU be bin« wjifaet (Job. 8, SS.) SBd im 9tniniBltf4ni bat $ra(«If 
tranlUiMi unb tntianfItiMT 8tr&i in bn gnsc uorleniint, ^nbclt cB |li^ ntn 
dne mimittetb« mit b« ©tfloiwort ju(aiiimni^n grabt 3''*-' ^^° <''"*• 
-witli Ur. Vmi« to-d>; beüdei onrselTei? (Taylor a. Beade, Muki 1, l.) 
gragni, uic We latntltft^m: Quid /octobiJ rojer, anne royemJ qnid deinde 
r«$abe1 (Otid., Hat. 3, 46I>.) tBobtn nt((t biir4 ba* rinfa^ ^Iftnf gtscbm. 
Sbento iß bat ^iSf^e tM Sntbntd b« Sncttittma tn.nnni ®tbBtt btm 
enattf^ ficnb sttutbot. 2)a« %gf. Ifigt fo bat $rfifras na^ an ba 
3in))cntiU finifni: [>0Da ramin t*> '»■'t tö «üccon and hi> (St {tn I^*f 
nppan hü be&fod (ElxoD. 39, 17.), Sis dagu [m vtrof, on [uun MofodUui 
(a reff (31, IS.). 



l.X)aS$etfeIt bient jur Sejeii^ttuiu einei S^StigMt, weli^e, Mti iem 
©tanbpunfte befl Wettnb«! aii8' betrac^ttt, »oltenbit ift. 3>ief( 
SoQcnbung fann mit Ut ijottbauer ber SBiiluugen unb Sigebni|te 
brr andgefagttn ütSStigteit in ber ©eacRlvait beibunbeit fein ober nii^L 
X)n tocfcntlic^c @eflc|tst)untt fitr bie 33cr»fnbun^ biefei Btitfon» iß 
bie Xbl&fung dncr 2:|atfa(^c au8 ber Steige btx objcltie im Stade» 
bee 9tebtnben liegenben üü^atfa^cn unb i^rc dfottnmg na^ tiefet 
@ale ^in. Wo meutere ©äße mit bem ^eifeft an cinanber ocrei^et 
jittb, bleibt ber 9^benbe ebenfalls, o^ne ^^üdflc^l auf ben objettiocB 
verlauf btr !t^lfa(^en, baS bon feinem @tanb^un{te aut berlnüpfcnbc 
ffianb beifclben, brren innere ^ejie^ung, toenn |1e über^uut fialt fyxt, 
aue anbeten äRomenten ju entnehmen ift. di if) natQrliq, bag bot 
^erfelt aemeiniglii^ ba gebiaut^t isicb, tvo bie oergangene S^^äligtctt 
an äcitbeftimninngcn getnülift tfl, tätigt bie unmittelbare ©egenttiart 
mitbefaffen, ober btxüijttn; tbenfn natärli^ oBei, bag einjelnt 
ober allgemeine S^^tfat^eu ber femflen Vergongtnfieit in biefcr 
gorm ouftrden. 

YoBT majeitjr hat hem this formight ill (Sraksf., II Henry IV. 
8, 1.). I haoe dont nothing but eat *nd drink »tDCO I ha»t betm 
here (Cobb, Haunted Tower 'i, i.). I'm afraid we'es bet» verj rnde 
to Sir Fr«dsTiek (Bülw,, Hooej 4, 5.). I haue ever fotmd him Eaay 
and good (Addib., Cato 6, 4.). The pflople hmt loDg mUearmtd tke 
Dia of anut (Macaul., H. of E. I. 33.). There are Q*en ia out om 
age lome tach examplea In former agei thera Aare betn man; (SblAFTE»- 
BUBY, LetL 3.), — 3)ie 3<itfocm lonn natürlich im $au))tfate 
nnb im StebenfaQttvieberfe^ren: Wheo tlut the poor büBe eried, Ck- 

aar iath vtpt (Shaxbp., J. Ca». 8, 2.). When I haa* Metn a, man 
■trattiog in a procuilon . . I kaoe oonetiotd a higher notion of hii 
dignit? than I lutea ftlt oo aeeing him in a common aitaation (E^kld., 
T. Jon. 4, 1.). I kme bee» infinitel]' more uffeettd in many EngUah 
cathedi^ wben the organ hat bee» plm/iag, and in ntany Engliah 
GOontTj chnrches when the eoagregation keee betH «ta^'i^ (Dicken^ 
Pick fr. It., Borne). — Sei bei 5>if<ttt»'l"i|l'Ö!ung biefti S^tfoni 
i^t bem VrfifenS in bn jCaTflcOnng betgangenet- nnb gegeotDArtt' 
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Wbere fint it la; tl»t moarniDg flower Hatk Jharitked: ßimriduUi 
tlü hoar (Btb-, Bride 3, 28.)- A ballnd..(if Tbomu of £rcel< 
dMne..«*, oc ka» betn, long mitcnt ia Teviotdale (Scott, Uitutr. 
I i&). 

föant in ©a^verBinbuDgen tsit: The bird that bar* tbat proitrste 
&nii, ifott oaij riM'd the meaner irorm (Byk., Bride 2, 26.), iaS 
¥nfdt eint tui^folgtnbe ob« als SBirfimg ber epran»^enbeii eintio 
trabe $iuibTitng anSbrfidt, fo fagt bie bit^teiif^c «tif^auunQ bie 
Wrbmbe arWtiS'ti* (b- ?räf.) al« mit i^ret bereite BoHenbet Bot« 
jtfitDten gofge (B, ^erf.) jufammenfallenb auf. 

£a« aiK. MnMttbet bal $nfeft in entf^inifnibei Seife: pat |i« kjag, 
ijs pea op , [)3t he /ia/> aje my loater ydo, mjd vnrjjt hall ^yi kfncdom 
iß. ow Gl. II. 153.). UndenCanil , {ut for«->rd Ich habbe al [le ^^aMe (L 
M,). I Aace »atied 70« Mir, »eitti Ciüc, And yonre aonci aftei (P. Pi.uuuh>(. 
p. S37.). Icli Aan« t-Ioiieä hire moni dai (Wucht, Aoecd. p. 7.). Now 
I haxt tpoken at bavme, und now alao 1 schalle apeke of an other ttiing 
jUiiniDiT. p. 52.). I hatte put Ihu boke out of Lncjn icio Feenahe (p. 5.). 
V4t6{. pf pe hing hit haucd forboden, ne scal him neuer beo ^a bet 
n~ijiii. I. Gl.). Nu Aa/it GoffuT >e king i^w^ercd hii ferde (I. 64.) ic. 
3% nml^Tethnns bea ^crfclte »ie be« $lu3qnam|xrfelt3 butc^ ein ^ütfl* 
idttDert mit bem foTticit) bts '^tt\t% Tuennglei^ bem 3af. feit fcUbefleT ^eit 
gdfcifig, iß jtboc^ tcitttemge« tu bet ausbe^ung ^ibxiniiiWit , uxl^e tote 
' Mb im aue. antnffetu Ibxt Sfnai^e besnUgt fl^ ^ufig mit bem eiiifai^ 
frünititin, ne bem Qn^if^en bae umfi^riebcne ^eTfett na^c liegt: Kü U 
möd, brät bevearp ^ on Jiä» carc? (Buetb. 7, 2.) Ic Älfiic manuc ävend« 
(li bdc of LMcDiim b.lcum tö EngliMiun gereorde (A,-S, Hokij.. I. liiit.), 
Siaticn ge^t bie Umf^Tci&ung tjti: He mirst geplA [liia ^e ic ofer foldan 
J^rigen ÄäÄA« (The Sc6p ed. Thorpe 34.). Liegad mo jmublltan . . Q^rindloa 
grete, mid fi^ me God ha/ad gehäfted bo I>am halse (Cjcdm. S81.). pe 
^ dima h^ad [>& ryrrssMii ritu gegearvad (Cod. Exok. 257, 19.). 0, 

2.a3ieSerfnflt)finifl besser fett mit bem ^StSteritum Omberfeft) iß 
in 9{eucneii|(^ nit^t feiten. a)icfti SBeiftfet btä ©tanb^iunftt« i^ 
ta erftärli^. no einem Saftum eine ^tfle^ion beS XiarfieÜeid, ober 
tu onbcreS Saftnm ^injngeffigt isirb, bei isel^etn ber (SijS^lenbe 
feüu Set^eitignttg ober feine jettli^e Sejie^ung ntaaggebeiib »erben lägtr 
All questions . . being orar, wo agreed apou raniiiiig aboat together, 
lud im WM VerMÜles etc. (Momtaqde, Lett.). 'Tia itraoge — be 
pnpketüd mjr doom. And I haot tmäed — I theo eoald smilo (Brn., 
Gitoor). Thef ib-ud coatemporary observera with no surpriie, aad 
imi rtcHvtd from bülomns a very scanty measaro of attenlion 
(Hautn.., H. of B. X. 23.]. — SQieaeilen liegt btefem ^täi\A (ein 
Otfl^aibrt äRotiv jnm @ruilbe; I vclaioKUdged my sin Dnto theo, 
lud mine iniqaity haue I not hid (Ps. 32, ö.). Judges and «cnatea 
ine AecH bm^Ü tot gold, Eateem and IotS teere never to be soId 
(Pon, Em. on H. 4, 187.). Tfae fntber slowly nud tha hate, The 
■m Imtk fomid a qnickor fate (Btr., Bride 2, 25.). — "SXasm ff^ücgt 
ß4 b<d ^tflDrtf4e ^erfett, »elc^efi, analog bem biftorifc^en ^räfenS, 
tet Didtiutg Verblieben ifi, unb in bet romantifqen ^oefie (mif oft 
ia fitetqfrf mit bau ^riUetitutn tortomtnt: And Hugo >* gone to hia 
kwlj bed (Btr., Parii. 5.). Hngo it fiälm: atid fVom that hour etc. 
Ob. 19.}. To E^dale ooon he tpmr'd amun. And with tum fire 

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hnndiwl riden ha» tt^ai (Scott, L. Hinatr. 4, 11'.). Thu itudBg 
oft, bejouitie^d on, Änd.deafiei id tbe wood ü jHm« (3, 14); fo and) 
im 9Bcc^fc( mit bem $läfeilä ; BemorM from OaiMld'i brow w ftmt, 
Avaric» and pride retame Iheir throne (ii>., Bokeby 2, 29.). Ägün 
Uut liglit ka» firtd hii eyo, Agiiii hü form amSi boM and. high, 
Tha broken voice of age i* gone ctc (id., Lord of th» laL 2,. SS.). 

3ai« KBt^fei i^ im aitc. [i^n in n^a^n itStf^ flhlii!^: Tom 
fsdsr Bhe /«Jf«d Thorugh fa]«e bihwte, And hoA tnpoitontd pepoi, Aod 
p^ed hol]' chircha (f. Pluuchm. p. DO.}. Alu, th>t arer' com pride in 
thoght, Vor iE hat broghi at alle to nogltC (Town. M. p. 4.); bt{oubcE* itt 
bei 1)Mtif(^ Srjfi^Iuns: To a woter thej' Ju^ yeome, Thei thej AanetA 
berberow y-nome (Alis. 3437.). Demoitines ü alyght. And com amoog 
heom ful rygbt (3139.). Wlth Chat eher com aa arraire . . Hit haihe 
ttnkene the ;er1e Dnglas (Pkbct, Rel. p. 3, IT.). I hait thcrcame a ko^gfat, 
Then letten fagre fiinh hath he fayne, And thua he layd (ib. p. T, II.). 
Fonh he Jon him hie, title Oiuco]m he u comen (L.i»gtuft II, S45.). 
SjT Caatine lope from care-bed aoone, And tu the Eldridge hiU> ü goru 
(PiucT, Bei. p. 10, 1.). Syoumed harre iheae marchannti in the tonn . . 
Bat «0 hi/eB etc. {Cm*i:c., C. T. 4588.). 3uiit SJorbiftt bimtt ^inr, toic 
Beim ^iSImS, bte allfranjS^fi^e SOtitt. iwli^c nanttntlict aut^ bn« ^iflattf^ 
$T&Ini8 mit bntt ^crfcft )uF[linmcn|1tIlt : Corant i'en vont reu le marchi^ 
Tanl OTi* aU, et tant marchiS, El bniswn vienent [Fabluui ed. Bftibms. 
I. BS.]. Et In dame li ciTii an maia. Si a recommenchit aon conle (EoM. 
DES Sbft Sag, 967.). Li dus la an ior agard», Un ilen aerghant a apide 
(1035.). Hl lont a l'egliae r«me, Fctit et grant, Jone et chana ; Le nuenUmtt 
iml apeli.. Cil ne rcapont (Kutebeuf ed. Jabinal I. SIS.). 
3. SU baS ^r&[tnd im Sletenfa^e, mit Squ^ auf einen ^au^stfa^, Ud* 
ijtx eint in bie 3>'Ti"if' »erttgte IT^ätigfeit ent^äU, fktt ti» gutm 
ßt^t, fb tcirb baS ^rfett in tbfn tiefer 9)exbinbung ftatt äneS )»>et> 
ten gntur, toeli^td bie jutilnftigc ^^^tigleit als VoUrnitt 6tjric^Ret 
(futnruiD eiactum), gebraiKl^t. 

When I Aoee slow thoe wilh my proper hand III fbllow thosa tktX 
enn novr fled henoa (Sqaksp., Cymb. 4, 1.). When I Aora taid, make 
aDawBr to ua both (id., John 2, 1.). There thou yet ihaU b« mj 
bride Whan once ngsiu Vve qmeltd the prida Of Venica (Btb., K^e 
21.). I will atteud to thiB buaiaeis, na soon aa I haue fim»hed ny 
lettar (Murrav, Gr.). Aa aoon as ^e 6c tnltred into it, ya ahall find 
a coU tied (Mark. U, 2.). 3)ni ^stfeften intranfltibet SJerBa nrit 
be flftii^ »erben bie ^ffioförmen be^anbctt, in benen ba« $aTtici)> brt 
Werfen bit Sebentniig ber voQenbettn 3:^atisfrit er^dlt. Sgl. p. 60. 
Thia lord..Who shall be of ag utile memor)', When be i* tarHfd 
(Shaksp., Temp. 2, 1.). When all that wo daeign to do It dfmt, 
't will thcn be tinie more meet To teil thcs, whan the tale'a complote 
(Btb., Uride 2, 19.). 

@ci betfa^rt anif ia% SHt.: Ac iialwonhe woith he nerera TQ he Aow 
tttn al the ban, And hia blood y-dronhe (F. YiovumL. p. Slt4.). Wlian 
erery man hai rtd hia red, Let se who bettcr lay ean (Towm. M. p. ISSl). 
Site ifl [(^on im Sgf. angebahnt: Vit efi ciunad (TCoicDUu) sidda« tU 
«rende oncer trSga |;ägtcfninge Sg^en k^bad (Csdk. 2875.). 

i.^ü ber Silbung beä ^eifeltd unb bamit aitOf itt ^latqna»- 
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M toott gefirfit>ftt>i fl^ttift^ Ü*lt^ä}\ü)t« ^ gebentnL 

^mJt^p ijl jn b«nerfni, baß wn intraitfitibtn 3"'*"*!^'™ "''^ 
all Mn einer feflfle^enben ^Inial)! Bon Sicxtm jefprot^en toeiben lanii, 
taoi MIT eine f^ntattifie wernjEnbinifl jutonimt; Wir Berfle^en ^tt 
hmmlp; bieienigen, towqe on {t<^ ober in bem Sbeiaiegenben 
€))Td(^el6iancl}e eine ni<^t obF einen @egeitflanb genietete iCl^atigteit 
tqeii^nen, toebet tS gld^Itig iß, bag fle ou^ tianfilio gebtaw^t 
Verteil [Önnen. 

Senn etnjelne ©rammatiTet allen dnttanfltitien nur bie 8!bli»inb> 
Imtfi mit have Qcßatten isDlIcn, unb bie mit be eenoerfen, |d ftejicE 
fle im ^iberfimic^e mit bem ©btai^ebraud^e, icenngleic^ jugegebcn 
tDoben nntg, baß im Saufe ber ^üi bie Silbung mit have tDeitn ntn 
W flreift. 

H&ve gegSTt bei SBilbnug aOei troiifltiMn, bei unpeifBnlic^, fe 
nie ber lefiefiDen Serba an, fe[6[l loenn bei CbjeltäFafue ein urfbrUnQ' 
li^ci Xiirtie ift- TikS ge^t HS in ba« angeCfSt^flf^e hinauf, \o tottt 
bnt D6er^au)>t bie Umfc^ieitung omoenbet isirb. 3)ec ©ebrauc^ Ben 
biTB ftanb fefi, e^e baS ?[!tfran)Bftf<^e feinen (Sinflug gdtenb ma6en 
[onnte, iseS^atb au^ ba€ in refUfiteu :^er6en gebiäui^Tic^e atre o^ne 
Gauxifung auf bad Snglifc^ geblieben ift. 

Sd iatranfitioen Serben ift gegenffiäctig havo überall jugelaffen, 
Bii^t bl(4 ia Sterben geimonift^en, fonbern auc^ romanif(^ Uif|>mns8, 
mb fclbp foli^n, benen boä franjöflfi^e ovoir nic^t lubrnrnt, obtoo^i 
bitf i)ttan]eft[<^e infomeit mit btm iSiiglif^en ilbercinftintmt, bag ee 
ben meiflen 3ntranfiti»En avoir neSen etre jujefle^. SJaS Stre» 
len na^ SliDeKirung ber tranfitiben unb intranfItiDen Sntatformen ifl 
tn beiben iBpiafyn nirlfam. 3)ic äbmanbluna mit be if) abei im 
Cnglifc^en nii^t etna romäni[i^en Urfpiungd; fie uurjett im 3Befent> 
Bdföi in ber angelfä^fifdien Sptac&e nnb tp bei Ontranfitiuen jam 
3^1 aUtin, ;um 3:^dl flberategenb flblii^ aelcefcu. ;Dag fte mit 
fianjifi[(^em ©cbraui^e jufammentTaf, unter^ltQte fle. 

Xit Seraenbung Don htve unb be bebingt einen Untetfi^ieb in ber 
Vi^fjffunfl ber umfi^ebenen S^empora ber Ontranfltioa. 3tnt9 i^ 
be fdoer ne^r fnbjeftiveu Sebeutung, bie auS ber Seflimmuns 
bc0 Snbiefte« (ervorge^enbe attucQe SBet^otigung barjujleHcu geeignet, 
bttfei, bei feiner mtijfT objettibeu Sebenlung, bo8 ffirgebniS ber 
Z^ätigleit niib ben baiaud ^etBorgc^enben 31^""^. !Siefer jn>iefa<^e 
@efli^ts^unlt tritt flor ^eiOor, loo beibc iBÜbungen einanter gegen* 
tberfle^rn, g. S.; Ye baue eome too Ute — but ye we come! (Coleb., 
Ret 1. 1.) 

3)ie einjelnen SegriffSrei^en, bei bnien neben have noi^ be in Setra^t 
bmmt, fhib befonberS bie fofgenben. 
•) %iAjnfi^I)en ift Bon ben Oiitianf!tit)en bad $erb bt, bejfen ^< 

feB irab ^ftjuomijerfett nur burdft iaw geBitbet wirb. 
2>a< SIgf. totnt Irin %[felt ober ¥tnCquam)xrfeIt Bon bedn nvb Tesau, 

twilt bat VoTtidp geTeaeii stbÜTt 3)ie Sbba bietet Hefir T«rit (GamK 

i, 163.). Sieberbtutfibe (Rnnbarten bieten Ek hebbe Mio neben Bk im 

«vM {ScaA«AOH, Idiot. T. atD.). ab« f^K boS ^albf. s'bt mit ben 

I ^atmee. warn: All alla iu hi^app ben iiu fre <Obk. 9226.). 

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Pfttt wif ittt hi^da ben Ajj chflJlM (3B11.). Vae^ ubmi viaatec 
?u^de he beon Toiunnii in Eppple (8S99.). pa hc^uett ihtan oiur- 
eamniBD (Imjau. I. 8&6.). leh Adiim ibeon läward (II. ISl. cL 143, 
S46. III. 7S.). 

b) jDie Serba bei ERuI^e (ateu coijusötocife hnve angenommen, boi^ 
(ommt be bei bent begriffe \'\\ifa Bor, »titlet oft in ben bei Seloe» 
Qung (bed Stieberfitjend) übeige^t; Wben he aa» tet, bis diaciples 
came unto hitn (Matth. 5, 1.). Two aisters by the goal ore iH 
(Scott, Bridal of Tr. 2, 3.). The motlier, the two dHUghtera, and 
youDg Mr. Mightingale , aere now lof down ta aupper logethor 
{FiKi-D., T. Jon. U, 9.}; toomit bafi pafjio abjettiDif^e »eited Ü6«« 
tinftiintnt; The lodiea nere no aooner tealed in tbe backney-coach 
than Uta. Ellison burst into a loud laughter (Field., Ameli» 4, 9.)- 
anit biefem testeten mag man f^ormen toie stald unb hung jufain- 
tltOl|)cDtn: The ploagh «KU in mid-funaw staid (Scott, Lady of 
tbe L. 3, 14). And by bis aide ü hmg a aeal (Byr., Ch. Har. 
1, 24,). ©Dllfl ftnb I have ant (tau), stood, staid, taln, remained 
u. tgl. aebiäu^lii^- 

Hin. To the me« when thou arl y-ietle (Halhw., Freemas. 731,), 
To dyner they bm letle (Chauc, C. T. S538.). Whanne ha ü *eü, 
thon nght anoon Aryi (U341.). ^altf. pa [ia kig toa Utte (Lajah. U. 
610.). pa hco vieortn aUe Meten (II. 353. cf. 040.). Kgf. On )>& haalfe 
^ lÄ Deniican seipu Htten vieron (S*i. Cbh. 879.); oui JH ouk(o«.. 
dfcunfib.). @anft ^abra fit>en, ticBcn, bititcn ic ba« 8. have im 
1XTip^iiflt|i^cn Stnt^uS. Sllt. I Aane «fanden (Chauc, C. T. 9368.). 
^n{. Hit Aaced.. wlcmde (Lajam. I. 30S.). Swa hit hafed UumtU 
(in 286. cf. II. 78. III. 144.). — %itt. Prophet«! That hadde y-£!y«n 
nith Lucifer (P. Pi-ougb», p. 198. cf. 399.). $iil6f. We habheot itille 
Heim (Lajam. II. 625,). Je..Daer a» Uaün habbeod (II. 38G.). — 
Bilden launed here (III. S86.). 

c) 5)ie Segripe »erben unb load^fen, namenttii^ infotoeit ber Sdf 
tat (l(^ mit bem erfiettn mil^t, (ttf[en neten have auö) be ja 

That error.. Which u bfcoiru my crime (Milt., P. L. 9, 1180.). 
Wbat M imom« ofhim? (Bl-tl., Hud. 1, 3, 263.) Silence u becomt 
my mothcr-tongue (Goldsm., G. Nat. M. 2.). Tbe acena tpo« aow 
fiecom« . . animated and borrible (Scott, Qu, Darw. 37.). Tha 
world it grotttn ro bad (Shaksp., Bicb. III. 1, 3.). Mctt are groforn 
impatient of reproof (Bes Jons., Et. M. in hia Hjm. Frol.). .■Irt 
you grovm wiser (Shellet , Frometh. 3, 4.) ; unb anstog : Now t* 
he lanCd orthographer (SBARaF., Mach Ado 2, 3.). "Sioä^ tKrbai 

tta^fen, emipoiff^iegen, au^ im tigentltc^en @inne fo a6> 
getoanbelt: Sycorax, who..H^(it grtnen into a hoop (Sbaxbp., 
Tomp. 1 , 2.). Miss Clary hhu ihot ap into a woman (GuakdiaX 
Lond. 175<i. 85.). Agaio tfaera i* »pnmg vp An bereue (ShakST, 
Henry VID. 3, 2). 

3Ht alle &^xaS>t f^ctnl ^fcr ha )u (tBOnpigm: The kyng ü heeam^tt 
fiert (Aus. 6882.). ^Vb\. Pu weore hii man bi-aanen (Lajak. L SIS. 
eC U. 46.). «SL IToM iPKrri&Mn Iwr w!t>^ chiMe (Om. S307. <£ 
Praet 81.). Sgl. Ic «om nide eann gtvorden (Pa, 37, 6.). pk |^ 
yavordni vä* (Sax. Chs, 973.). — fUlC So ü pride waxen (P, PliODohk. 
p. ITT.). Aa tfaey oat off the groaod teer iBoaiea (Bics. C sc L. GSei.), 
(oOf. p« wepmen tMrsn ÜHaxm (Laout. L 1&.). P» ^ cbiM «Mi 



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ÜMMM (IL 114. et JII. SOTO. Pio •«*«« woMmi wunin dd erat (Obm. 
S4I».)- — Sttt- 1*1" ■o°B v°<l«< 'I^' ü i-fpn»^ ODt of thi Uoda 
{SxDTH Sagki G37,). Ther ii mm oewe isrwe (pronjwn (Cov. Mm. 
p. 39J.)- ^Ibf. Un ddre of van we beof> i-ipronge (Lagam. IL 68S. 
cC lU. 36.)- 
d) 9n}a^Ite)4en Serbelt feer SelDcgting cr^Stt fl(^ neben bctn gefätt* 
figra fakvfl att4 t>''4 be. 
Kßir fflfiKn betfpielftoeife gnnadlll germanift^e SJetba auf. 
ff«. Wbo Struck thia heal up, after I wm gomef (Sbaksf^ 
I Henry IV. 1, 3.) ^o'i gont (Temp. S, 1.) = et ifl ba^in. 
The Miiutrel-bov to the war ü gone (Ta. Muobe p. 2SS.) Tho 
Urne for levit; ii poae by (Carltle, Put b Pret. 3, 13). — fttp. 

I 0« in blood *ltpt iu lo fsr (Shakbf. , Mach. 3, 4.). — ridt. 
Bratni and CuaiuB art rid . . through tba gaXea (id., J. Ck*. 3, 
2.). — comt. When tbey ver» cone out oi the srnagogue (Mabk. 
1, 29.). Arthar ü com« tgtiia (Tsitnys. p. 202.).' J« not Cleantbe 
eomtf (Talf., Ion 3, 3.) Be i* com« of high degree (Scott, 
L. MiDstr. &, 18.). — itt forlh. Tbe king himsolf in penon U 
Ktforth (Sbaksp., I Henry IV. i, 1.). Xia^tn mag man imäf tot 
n^ncn: Tha nin i* n/ (Rooess, lt., Gondola), f. b) — git, Thej 
•MT« jrat aboul two milei beyond Oarnet (Field., T. Jon. 13, 14.). 
Ho 1009 got lato Ovid'i Kpistles (3, 11.). The pain.,ü Boon got 
ottr (GoLDsu., Vic. 13.]. ~ vandcr. Tbe headrul slava Jt uan< 
det'd fortb (Skaksp., Com. of Err. 2, 2.). — mtkäraw. Wh«n 
all tba dam«e1i uer« teiüdrmm (Byb., D. Juan 5, 102.). — ßts, 
ßow. Sita üJUd (8&AKBP., Cymb. 3, 5.). The clouda u«r« JUd 
(HiLT., F. L. 11, 841.). Every brigbt nume tbat ahed Light o'er 
the laad ü fied (Th. Moose p. 212.). Health ü fiovm (Shakbp., 

II Henry IV. 4, 4.). Wben truo hearts lie witber'd Aud fond onaa 
ve ßmat (Xu. Moore p. 237.), — run. I am rtm away (Shaksp., 
Air» Well iJ, 2,). A prejr to those wbo ar* now nui away (Bün.., 
Had. 1,3, 755.). My aand ■* nin (Scott, Thomaf tba Rh. 3.). 
— mUiüi. For beast and bird, They to tbeir gratay coucb, tbea« 
to their neat, Wtre sbak (Milt., P. L. 4, 600.) ~ lUal tanof. 
Cunpein« it ttf>le% oway (Sbaksp., Henry VIII. 3, 2. dl Henry 
IV. 2, 4. Mach. 2, 4.}. — vnep. The.-day h erept into tho 
bolom of tha ae» (id., U Heory VI. 4, 1. cf. 4, 9.). — m«r< (aflf. 
uetan, occuirere). Are me ftU mtt? (id., Midi. N. Dr. 3, 1.) Wa 
cmce agaia are met in Council (Af>Di8., Cato 2, 1,). The knigbt 
tnd lidy fair art mtt (Scott, L. Minitr. 2, 28.). You have beard 
«by we an mtt togetber (Bclw., Rienii 2, 3.). — Untd. The ar< 
mj of France it landtd (Shaksp., Lear 3, 1. cf. Temp. 5, l. John 

4, 2. 111 Honrv VI, 4, 1), unb bti ©(tälertn; bie« Onule (»ffitt ßefagt 
totTten. — ru«, oriie. Wa art ristn (Pb. 20, 8.). Tbe »un, Ere 
it ü riien painti it« i;nage In the atmoaphere (Coler., WBlJenat, 

5, 1.). The Lord is arista (LoSGv. H. 59.). — break. Tha day 
« 6ro*« (Shaksp., Bom. b. Jul. 3, 5.). — ii»k. The iun wo» ttmk 
(Hut., P. L. 9, 46.). Here oyeg uxr« nii in her head (Field., 
Amelis 11, 6.). —fall, befall Hllb bie fiimOCTlwnbten httide, kap' 

. r**- ^on "f^ f^*^ inW the diseue (SHAK«r., II Uanry IV. 1, 



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7S II- £(. Snt*«. eotflsiaa. I. ttf^ ttottfl^ng. I. StflU^. b. 6at)tl. 

2.). They an bronglit down &nd /oOn CPa- 20, 8.). The Bnglüb 
loris.. are ag».in fallen of {Ssaksp., Juhn 5, 5.). What late mia- 
fortune ii befairn klng Edward (id., m Henry VI, 4, 4.). Neither 
know I what u Aefuf to Clotea (id., Cymb. 4, 3.) ; fo Ulli^ ia lup- 
peoed biStteilcn bct älteren S^riftfleHern. 

Ät^Iii »erfährt baS Ignjti^i^ mit Tontanifi^en Serteu »«• 
isanbter iBebeutuitg. 

dfpart. Tbey and their «badowa tMrt no aooner departeJ, Ütaa 
the VeDetinn retjjroed (Kookrs, It., Bay of Gold). — paat. A 
inischiof tbat is past and gone (Shaksp-, Uth. l, 3.). Until all 
the people teere patud clean over Jordan (Jo«n. 3, 17,). The 
faoiir ü paiitd (LoN-aP. I. 176.). The childhood of tbe Euopean 
nations idbi paated ander the tutelage of tbe dergy ^Iacaul., H. 
of E. I. 46.). — arrivt. Onr messeng« Chatillon u airiotd 
(Shaksp., John 2, 1.). Old Sir Chariea ü arrived (Goldsm., Sh« 
Stoops 5.). — tTtler. Pucelle it entered mXo Orleans (Shaesf., 
I Henry VI. 1, 5.). Ab aoon aj ye be enlered inio it, ys ihall 
find a colt (Mabk. 1 1 , S.). ~- convene. Behold the ball wber« 
Chiefs vere late ermvened (Btr., Ch. H>t. 1, 34.). — tarn, nft. tnr* 
ner, toomer, bot^ au^ agf. tyman, Tcrtero. They are tarned onto 
other god« (Okutcr. 31, 1».'). He wu> tmmed of fifty (Carltle, 
Fr. KeTol. 1,3, 3.). — Tehtrn. He U relurned (Shaksp., Mucb 
Ädo 1, 1. cf. Love'a L. L. 8, 1. Merch. of V. 6, 1. it), Tbe 
boraemen are retwn'd (Addis., Cato 5, 4.). Thoa ort retunted, and 

I ahall be well (6üi.w., Rianzi 3, 1.). — reUre. Or it b« bnt 
reüred to tuake bim atrong? (Shaksp., II Henry Y^- ^i ^0 Ha 
i» retired to reat (Addis, Cato 5, S.). — eteape. Edward ts mcaped 
from yonr brother (Shaesp.. III Henry VL 4, 6.), Our aonl 
it tscaped . , we are escaped (PS. 124 , 7.). -^ taeetid, The nobU 
Bratna ig aieended (Sharsf., J. Ctea. 3, 2.). I an not yet ateemdtd 
tö my fctber (John 20, 17,). — tAoieU. You.,now ort momted 
Where powera are yonr retninera (Sbaesf., Henry VIII. 2, 4. ef. 
Lore'a L. L. 6, 9. John 2, l. Henry V. 4, 1.). CbiarUtkna 
CWi do no good Until theyVe aombrd (BrfL., Hud. 3, 2, 971.). 
— detetttd. I am deteended of a gentler blootl (&AKSP., I Heorr 
Tf- 5, 4.). We are dtscevded from aneealon that knew no atain 
(GoLDSM., Vic. 17.). — deehne. Her head '• dtcUned (Sraebf., Ant 
a. C^eop. 3, 9.), I am deeHned into the vala of yeara (id., Oth. 
8, 8.). — ciaice (VgL fall.). iVhat be faared it okameed (Skaup., 

II Henry IV. 1, 1. cf. J. Csa. 6, 4.). 

9RaB ft^t, el finb bcfenbne Mc Vtgrfffe gtfen nitb fomtntn, auf« 
ftt^tn nnb fallen, tnelt^ (ier in Setra^t taimnni, unb betirn fi^nS^ 
Hfllimnte aUTciloi. Sen»nbte sermantf^e Ütxit iMiben ((^nt fcli^ 
jnm 2>il mit VsTlicie, mit be obgciDaiibelt 

go. aite. Now ü ihe aonne gon uoder (Alis, fi830.). I* sl my myndo 
and might agoonl (Chauc, C. T. 7G52.) po he wo* ivend (R. or Gl. 
II. e40.). Be u went into the feldes (Chiuo,, C. T. p. IfiO. IL cC. 
SlSOsq.). Wheder ar alle oare cldeis aciUl (Tuwh. M. p. 35,); batWC 
audjt To tarne folkc tbai fien mtswent (Rom. op thb Bo«e 7196.). ^b|L 
AH >att mone)i> uvu» >att dajj FdU neh gtm nt tili ende (Oiuc 1910. 
cf. *t6t. eaOT 143S6, 14SftO. 18806. 18691. >c). BaUolf wa« M- 



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<n hood (JL SOZ.); nnt^: irei..in to Waüse londe «Wf (IL 310.). 
P^ oriM iseonK ünaiid« (L 344.>. 9[g[. guigas (gän) nnb geriUn flnb 
oft mit beÖD k; atensonMt P» cJK Sgor^en ^ät him Gort *olde.. 
Km gcfuldan (Coc. Exdii. ISO, SO.), pä( ]-:8sn iK^än vO« (Gkn. 27, 
i.). UagM (inti gtwiUiu (Cod. Eidh. 310, 26.). Dreämus tind gevittne 
(111, S.)j btlffa^ta cfnao. Gif he.. tA |>« on d^ gecymd fiüt (Lac, 
17, 4. cf. HiHO. 4, 18.). 2)at tni^ im 3Utf. gcbiSu^lu^c hsve [rone 
ft^irt ftdli^ I^on btm agf.l Ge^dn Aä/don (Buov. 5253. Sax. Chb. 
1010.). — tide. aitt. Parmeneon i» ji-rwfe (Alib. S820.). ÄUsaandre 
ta-fon ü ryie (3776.). ArciM w ridsn (Cradc, CT. 1630.). ^albf. 
ASe . . [tmt hidcT AmiI iridenm (Lajax. II. 394.). Heo beod liider 
irüfan (H- 622.). — /ant. «H(. Now u Ferkj-n..To ttio plow /am» 
<P. PixiccaM. p. 133.). Hon feie . . ore /(w«n (p. 328.). Forih u sehe 
/■««{CiuDC., C. T. 877!,). Thu8 «r Toirent . . ü /aro (Torhbjit UI6,). 
Qftl^. |hB it )na bnrh t-uaren (Lajaii. I. 87.). lieih . . ha heo iiiarea 
Mren (I. 34.). Binndem dnde nimd farwn nt Off life (Orh. 8353.). 
«f. pD «rf äidm bidere (Lajxm. 111. 36.). «gf. pä he |inrtö ^eToren 
■Ot (Sai. Chr. B94.). Min brMar m /oren of [liMB live (656.). Ic 
TiMB >it tiD ^afar»n van (Boeth. 6, 1.}. ^antbm Site. I hadde 
fartn a foAong (P. Piaidghh. p. 77.}. $al£f. Talde a] fi^n kinge ha 
Im fAw«» A(i^<i«n (Lajam. III. 3i>4.), Sgf. Cydde hü hl gefaren käfdon 
(&*>. Chs. 1051.). pa Houes ^^'d« g^artn ofer [lä reädan b» (Esod. 
ja, 1.), nk: iBr Pon h^ tä lüde gdiden ha/dm (Cod. Exom. 233, 8.). 
öd ^..TiudcD Bläfu gevaden hJ^de (Büuv. 437.). — etmiA. Site. 
We A< coMot alle of IcTOde of Ginnenie (LAHGTarr I. 2.). Ich am 
i-ecm (Wbkht, Aoeod. p. 6.). That tf y-eome of eorel rede (Amb. 
TSai.). And ü y-eome to Ai«b;e (389S.}. »ow i» mm maej (Cor. 
Htot. y. 199). ^I6f. leb am to ^ iomatn (La.v». H- 237. cf. IL 
I7S. S99. Otat. 2111. 3Si3. S844. 4116. 7155. )c.). agf. Jacob vjl« 
OMtn (Gaa. 29, IS.). Her voran r€de fore-bfcna eumens (Sax. Chr. 
IM.). — alte. »tt. WhenDe the annDe mu tette (Rich. C. de L. 3155.). 
— Witt, jtee, jbui. Whan ^iie Bretons tno wtre ßed (Lak<;tuft I. 3.). 
Tbt erapcronr tun ßed anaj [Eicb. C. dbL. 2301.). Flouien tnu that 
Ua cowwd (2303.). The dok . . u yßBwe (Alis. 1306. cf. 4366.). 
(«Ibf. Br«Dnes um awsei i;Ioj«n (Lajam. I. 203.). pe ißome bud of 
Borna (I. 254. cf. 327. II. 65. ST6. 445. 477.}. pe Idog kiu aßoje 
(IL 376. anb. Ci^, ou^ 445. 477.). — Itttp. Site. The pore men ben 
fafMi to LoDdon (W«Kras II. 64.), fonß gelcB^nKt^ mi^ bavc. San 
l^m (P. Pi.a(H>m. p. 88.). fxiIBf. ^ef Arthur nixdiii! äeepe to (Lajah. 
IL 622.). — run. ällC ü ronna to reli^on (P. Puiuanx. p. 156.). 
Avaj he ü*n>nnc (Alu. 697.). Thj apoicela . . ar ron from the (Towi^ 
H. p. 207.). So mu Ihc blood jf-ronne in hia face (Ciiauc, C. T. 2695.). 
-- rmm. Sfttt. Jaioa ü roTned forth (id., Legend 1585.). — creep. aitt. 
ii thon..ioere crqpe ont of the gronnd (m., C, T. 11918.). — gUde. 
Ute The DUNitie . . (HU into Cancre gUden (m., C. T. 9759). ^(b(. 
Ptt ^''dni wanm to balta (Ujui. I. 390.). — tprm^. «Itt. That maB 
Aroogh u ii tprongen so (Eoh. of the Rose G957.). 8^ oben c) — 
efiai. Site. He U alonien (o (ib. 6936.). ^iCbf. pa uwe iWamiffn 
^aja (LijiM. II. 47G.). — nie«f. Site. Sillh they he thoa i-nutte (Ciuuc., 
C T. 5S3Ö.); bogegni lM|{1ti; God haCh £en ntt Amorg nedy people 
(P. Ploocbm. p. 216). — riie, anit, upritt. Site. He ü re«on the 
Äi^d dajr (Cov. Mvsr. p. 338.). I am reayn fro mj grave (p. 341.). 
AÜMondre arw«n ü (Alis. 3936.). Er the bright sanae upntm wo« 
(Cucc, Elower 28.). ^ßf. Afierr patt he vxut . . nMnn tipp off d«po 



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(Orm, 11S51 n. üftn). agF. He 9* OriMn (Ev. Kicoc IS.). — lini. 
$albf. P> heo..ioeare üututen in ^ «atere (Lajak. IIL 13S.). — faXL, 
b^tM, betida, happen. Site. Yoora franncbiM . . JUbn M in thialdom 
(P. Plouohu. p. S75.). Dtä he ü of udsl y^/oZIe (Ai.n. 4S94.). Fire 
ü y-fall tindar hli hood (180!.). Now ü him/oUa a cheanoB hard 
(718?,). Ad oiiiou» meachief , , £yä[i U ta 10711 ordra (Chauc, C. T. 
7712.). Wut happed thiu npon a cerUdoe night (id., Flower 16.). 
^albf. )r<u( allB mtoDkimi . ./allemi ian tili ccbe ämp (Ohm. 4291. el 
6032.). pat beod an db /eofs {Lt^xx. II. IS5.). Po tmu hit bi-taOt 
in ^t daije (I. 307.); ntbcn: pa wK( hit ütunpen (ib.). put lulier hin 
bi-faUt WM (IIL 81.); lubcn: pat hidore him ^mpnf im» (ib.). Ofte 
bit M üumpen [l. 35&.). Su^ im Kg^ gtßattrt |inteil, fallen ttc 
Umf^Tcibung mit bedn k.: Oedroren ü ptäa dugnd eal (Con. Exon. 
Sil, 1.). — a^^At (deiiliro). Ultt. Demosünea u a%Af (Ams. 3139.). 
tn^ im aft(. l)t( ^ftrip&Taft mit have ftü^ nm fii$ Riiff, ifi nii^t «nf' 
faHnib, bn r>c fc^on int Sgf. bei bni graanntm Sntxan^tiDni nit^t ft^lt. 

3tu4 romunifttt S«ba Btrootibter Sebnitung tietmni SJftil ob bm 
iScbvau^e ton ba. Sie nmbctt bom uinjeftntcn 3«^!^ «n ^Sufigcr in 
Site.; fit fc^ttaiifm fcfl^e jU)i[[^ b« uub have. 

pau. Otgt a vuter j)(u«eij thc; btidh (Alis. 2039.). VaDJaana il 
pa»t (Cov. MiBi. p. 129.). — arrive. The eompanr ■ . Arrivtd u (Cbauc, 
Legend 1015.). How the qoecno witboat Wom arived {in., Dream 268,). 

— «nter. Selten laddrea to the wnllcs . . and by thc wfndowei ben entrtd 
(id., C. T. p. ISO II.). When Plioebui erUnd uat (Hawbs, PutTme 
eh. I.). — reium. Whan MelibcDl retonmed «lai {Caxoc., C. T. p. 150 
IT.). — r«pS)r. Septäred ii du* Achate« agüne (Chauc, L^eod. 1134.). 

— void. And voided «xren they that Toiden oaght (m., TroiL a. Cr. II. 
912.) i tDO bcT Onfinitiu voidcn mtfi^ben inttanfiti» i{L — «rMipe. Vorto 
•Twe hem that qf leaped ven (U. op Ol. ]. 178.). — Sie SnUnbnilg 
mit hare Itifft man cft: I A^s« patied (hoi^hc Tartarye [Uauxdst, 
p. 4.). The kjng ofT Fraunce . . Bdih aryvyd in Nonnandje (Rich. C. 
DE L. C477,). I haue uot jit auendüe to 1117 Quler (Wici.m«, Ztäi. 
20, 17.). 

93ti btr eben eenonntea 9Id^e von SerBen Meit)t Bi9teet(en, oni^ 
menn fic einen AaM «[^ o6ieItiue aSeflimmunfl ju {i^ n^' 
mcn, baä $aifecei( ba. 

The «uemy it paastd Ihe marih (Sbajup., Rich. 3, 5, 3.). Vlj 
\\h it f)n kit compan flu., J. Cei. h, 3.), He •> eaUr'd Hia !*• 
diant roof (ed., Cymb. 5, 4.). For she uai ./Iowa Aer Mutor** rty» 
(Btb,, Giaour). 

e(^on ba« SIU. tagt 6ei bn SnWanbtunfl bt« Suhroiifiti» in bM 
STantitiu i\ta bit pmpifta^i^i^t gönn brt 3ntTan|Ui« pfjin. Bow ii 
hyng Richard pattyd the aee (Rilh. C. de L. 1457.). 
«) Sie Set^a, loeli^e fleibeit, eeigt^en, berft^toinben ^eic^ 
nen, jebo^ nur rouianifc^er ilbjlantiiuiKg, laffnt jum S^il i"^ 
bave au^ be ju. 

The beathen are ptrithed out of hii Und (Fs. 10, 6.). Alul 
theyVe all eipir'd (Butl., Hud, 3, 2, 1631.). One flooriehing 
brancb . .h back'd down, and his aummer leaves Mfaded (Shaksp., 
K!ub. n. 1 , 2.). All her lorely companions Are faded aüd gone 
(Th. Mooke p. 237.). Mimcle» are cecacd (id., Henry V. 1, 1.). 
Wboa they ghall aee Tba &ce of Ca:sar, thuy are oattiahtd (id., J. 
' Csf. 2, 2.). Whitber are they eaniskedf (Macb. 1, 3. cf. Tiro 



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G«all«Di. 3, 1.). Tba monntuni ort waiilid, ny yonth ü no 
Bore (Btb. p. 30&.)' 9« ba dead ift dead fein ^rlici)). anbtn 
gennanif«^ ^»"»t» f^nb wn ^ffib (aum ju trennen, wie in; 
IJtBco oor anrpriae U eadid — yon '11 exciiM loe (Bt'LW. , Riebsl. 
3, 4.), DaA ft4 btT^ÖIt, iDtc: Soutbem ravage va$ beg*m (Scott, 
L. Minatr. 4. 3.)- 

9ni Xltt. irtgt ^4 end mit titrigtc Stitfi^itbtn^ att antranfitib: Thai 
miiid i» tid« nightr eori of PtH (Chauo., C. T. 16B43.). Huif fbaUt 
ann be dtad fäi die gebiMl^: 1b ^mm^ of hrt berfiig fafi nodei 
MU laat dtd (K. or Ol. I. 1 1.). Ueo Ouu b>n diuerred lo )m dcde 
(ÜAinMnr. f. 98.]. ^Kfi tX» Ctüt tgau dad o rodMrao (Obii. 14S6.). 
Aftcrr Jiut he woM dad forr nu Annd ruen upp (1151.). Ich iiiuntf 
dcd (La^k. IL 333.); wintt man »gU nitbtrb. död SMvm = mori, 

Ort^ ifl dMJ^ Tiua 1= TidiÖMU (I Ti». a, B.). 

t) Sonn toRtmni anbnc üd^te Xronfitive in btn SaQ mit be aiaeaan* 
bdt jn nxTbni. (Sinjefn; ^articitntn Iti/nm ft(( ttlu an |Tanj&< 
flf^CTi @t6Tau4 m; (nibert crfd^rintn me^r aCd abicttibtrt. 9to^ 
nbne enttfaltcn eine entfc^i ebenere ^interifimg anf UTfjitüngliEi^en 
paffiven ®fbrau4' SRan »gl.: Tfae gruat (upply..jlrr tcrtci^d 
(We« nlgliti ago du Goodirin laiida (Sbansp., Joha 5, 3. cf. Temp. 

5, 1.). Hflf. vrwan, tnidere. My lord, yon ort moit happily 
ncoverd (BoLw., Bicbel. 5, 2.), Hfr. cecovrer nrfpt. tianfiti», 
U^ea VoTlici)) P4 bem restored nnb S^lif^en anglet^. TbcM 
privileged c1a«»e« had htm uted to t«x (Cabltle, Pr. Revol. 1, 3, 
3.), tcD tued ^artidpirn n>it accnatomed, acqaainted unb bent tauge 
abictliDirttn wont fli^ angleit^t- $a(&f.: p«r weam noera iwuned 
be Tt-la^en to londen cunieo (Lajam. II. 94.) U. a. b^t- 

C) SNifi fi^ bie perip^Toftlfdfen ^nfetle unb ^tuSjuaniferfme ant^ jn 
3n^itiMn mit be entunfetn, ^t nii^M 9uffou(nbe9. 

You niuat fre yonc (Sbarsp., Cymb. 1, 3.). Wa often . . atay tbe 
neuanger tbat would At pone (Uarlowx, Bero a. LeMd. '2.}. Let 
me be götu (Scott, L. Ifinttr. 2, 6.). Witb first approacli of ligbt, 
«e BiDit be tüea (Milt., P. L. 4, 623.). Get yoa to b«d on the 
iiutaDt: I will b« rttined fortbwith (Sbaksp., Oth. 4, 3.) ii. a. 

HuffSaigcT ifi bieSitbung non Sntfonnnt, nt(4K öl« flbnflflfflg 
jn tta4fim fins, unb no6ei ba» mit be aebifbete ^erfrft felbfl U)ie> 
btr Ott VtSfenS behobelt teiib. aSan cetiai^tet nSmlii^ uMbann 
bie In ber Öegenmirt üoflenbete l^iätigtrit oW ein in biefe faHen- 
be« (Ergebnifb ntUitt nunmehr eine UKiteie !£eni)ni0btlbung ^t bie 
SergongenVil J<ilä§t. 

I thought, lir Funtnrrolo, yoo had beert gon» yOur voyage (6eii 
JoxB., Ev. M. on( of bis Hum. 5, 2.). Sbe had not bren loTig 
ymr before her daugbler canie to me (FiELR-, Ämel. 1, 0. cf. 11, 

6. T. Jon. 13, i-J.). Amelia and ber eompany rftturaod .. laden 
wüh trinket* M i( tb«y luiä bet» eome ttom a tatt (id., Amd. 6, 
L). We kad not bet» toag Bmved in oor inn . . b«roFa oitr hoat 
•ciiaaintcd ua eto. (tt>., A Journey 1, 3.). Tbc enn..had bte% 
MKBe Urne relired to reat when Sopbk aroM (id., T. Jon. 11, 3.). 
Um iaratid . . tnoanod ont a feeble complaint tbat the girl had been 
gOKt m bonr (i>niKHits, Nicklebj 3, 15). 

3)tia Sft«. l^eiwR bie It^noniten eilbnsaen fttnb )■ fciR. 
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fit /amt In Viganint- 

Sine Sü^ätigfcit, wclä)t com ®tanfc))utitte bcS Eftebenbtn aat oit 

SeBotflt^enb 06er ju(ilnftig Betcac^ftf »irb, lann tnlwebtr olS eine in 

bet BuCf^ft tsecbetibt ober däCann codenbete bqeic^nel Uerben. 

S^aburc^ unttrfc^eibet fi^ \>aS tifte gutunim Dsm jn>eiten- 

i.S>a6 er(le gutucum biüdt bemnai^, mit bem jueLteti, bie S^jte^nng 

ouf bie Butunft buK^ biefel&en ^ülfäcetba auä, »cLc^e follen unb 

ttollen, ihail xtnt via, finb. Seibe übernehmen im neueren ffinglif^en 

bie gleite gunltioti, {eboi^ fo, bag bie liClerarifd^e Spraye, toic bie 

gebilbete UntQaiiddfijrac^e, shall bec elften, will brr jtDeilen unb bcitten 

giammatif<ten $erfon borbe^alt, no eS fi^ lebif|Iii^ um bad Ifinfttge 

iSntteten einer 3:i)ätiafeit Ijanbelt. 

<&9 ifl [etbflDerrtäiitiTitb, bag shall unb will auf ^^^ätigleiten begogen 
toeiben Tonnen, beren ^olljietiLing etft ber Bufunft angeijört, unb bag 
6eibe i^tei 5Ratur nad) im äBefeiitlicften auf einen Onfe-ilt fl^tjen, »ti- 
efer erfl ju Betioirnit^en ift. Iiex Baratt er iftifi^e UuterJ^ieb 6eiber 
teße^t barin, baß shall urfprünfllitt auf bie Sl&ljängigleit ober 9Jrt' 
pfli^tung beutet, loetdie bem ©ubietle burcft eine frtmbe 95Jiflen!» 
Beftimmung auferiegt tnirb, bie fid) alt ©ebot, a[d morafifdie ^tf 
6inbli(tEeit, ober feibft ali p^^fifc^e Sfot^nienbi gleit faffcn (ägt, mäbieub 
will bie fubjeHioe SntfdiCicgutig unb ©eueigtljeit bed ^antelnbot 
Bejeii^net. ^irb aber, mie bieä im @iig[ifd)en gef(^iel)t, bie Sebeu' 
tung beibec äJerba in ber Um|(^reibung itS ^utux abocft^nSc^t, fo i|l 
in ber I^at fdjwer abjnfeben, »arum ber er^en ^cifon I »hnll dia 
ettoa eine itoeite thou nllt die fcTrefponbiieu mü\{t. Xf)at\äilfüäi 
{e1)rt fl<^ benn au:^ bie @j(^e jum 1.\)e\l in beit ^ialeften um, fo bag 
ber 5Rorben uub inSbefonbeve ©djotttanb bem will (ür bie erfle ^erfoi 
tat Uebergettii^t giebt. QB fäeiut ungerecdlfertigt bie neuere englif^e 
@e6raui^äii)ei[e auf bie Urbanität beä Snglänberd jurütfjufüliren , ba 
folc^e Urbanität einer Sat^e gegenüber laum natürtid) Wäre, unb bie 
©efflgigteit be8 SBillenS bet erflcn ^erfon ober i^re ©eneiol^eil 
nidjt minber urban fein mSdfte alä i^re Untermerfung unter ba« «ol- 
len. @ef[f)i(l}tlit4 i|j Bhull bie ältere unb aügemeinere, »ill bte jüii' 
8ere, menigfleu« junäcbtl [elteuere umft^reibenbe gorm. iBeben bn 
[bfitoöc^una beiber ifl aber bie urfprüngiicde Sebeutung nic^t unter- 
gegangen; iaS £inburd)f(^Lmmern ber legieren giebt ber neueren 
©praie SSeranlaffung einerfeitS Bweibeutigteit ju oermeiben, nnberet- 
feita lartere ©djatlirungen be« ©etantenfi, abgefe^en pon ber tonPen« 
tionell gettiorbenen SJerl^eilung ber ^iilfBberba an bie perfc^iebenra 
ißerfouen, audjubrlltten. 

») a>ie geu>ö^n(i(^ geloorbene Strt bet Umf^teibung ber öetfc^iebenen 
^erfonen be« gutur ip al8 eine Iljatfadfe )u berjeidjnen, bei 
»eli^er bie MMfidU auf ©emieibung »ou B»«ibeu'iat"t mitgeiDirfl 
^abeu ntog. 

When I ihall meet him in the conrt of he&ven I thaü not ihov 
him (Sbaksp., John 3, i.). The body'f ffratitg tciU b» gradatllj 
diminühed, tili u« »kall arriet ■( a rag-on whore f&e non wiUßotl 
IQ th« air withoat nxy tendeacy to fall (JoHNB., Bonel. G.)- «B"' 



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B.s.9ioa... s. StitiD. iBi<ßiJib... :c.3tf. b. Otstn». 3). sutb.e. 8S 

>bea feiü it ht üma?" ~ „Wben I thaU lay it." (Colis^ Ficc 
1, II.) TniB --timt wiU itam and btsach mj bro« — Well f «inU 
tu with aged mea, And my goad glasa teilt Uli m« how A gäxxlj 
betrd becoines me then (Bryant p, 72.). Ceaae — ceane; or I 
ihali expire with rapture (UoUQi.. Jrrrold, Babbles 4.). Mathiaki, 
we tkall ton Rome without a single blow (Bulw., Kienzi 5, 3.). 

SRt«iß(i(tt( arifpitJe Bon ihali unb will in b«n nntfc^rifboim gutin 
^ I. 31B. aBgtfii^Tt ein Bxiietrt Sutflrffltfttn ii« In b« filMfle ©^iro^ 
ftrabe )(igt aNt, nie ni^t %\ai ihall, fonbem au(( will ftcE» in ber ^ni* 
^lale Icicdt Sal^n bcccien tonnte. -3m ^albt. fle^t baS nflcn oft fmi' 
)ltn:a|lif^: Icc lAofi beon ajj occ ajj vi^ij) juw whil Jiatt tiaB weDrelld 
laiKt>t> (Orh. 11557.). Qe lÄoff demenn au te Dom Alt maTinkinn 
(1055b'.). To-gaderen u'il scuÜen Hüben, lo-gadere wiL icuUen Itggtn 
(Lajam. I. 371.). Wc tiruZren of jiissera [leode eum«n to fiire neode aod 
wbnder {lu Iiaiasl (I, 234.); unb ba9 Jlwite (rmmt i^in oft na^C Hauefl 
mi fader. . cnihlel inowe L men nniibje, alle heo vndlti tu me drajan 
(Lajah. II. 14.), Balo t>a wiBlicbe bilache {line kineriche uuZted 
Romleode <:u>n«n (II, 5*); unb Bfltt ni«tf«ln in b(n btibtn %tp.m La- 
jancniB B(ibe Snba mit etnanbn, j, S3.; Asif üb nrc icunde lonl, aad 
we I>e teulUd luiäen ( II. 507.) neben vk ^o teoUed loaie. ^m 8gf. 
lommen Seilpiele !(^t na^t : Nacod ic com of minro müdor innöde and 
Dacod ic aceoZ hconan gtveitdan (Jou, £ttiQ. 4 , ib.). Ic mid eine »ceal 
gold gegangall, (läiie güd nimoil feorh-bealu frecne frefin eöverna (Bkov. 

5064.) ; unb telbjl boa Scrb villan fhreift an bie Umf^reibung beä gutut: 

Ic T&t Int hit vile fnncan sv^de angeleifTulltc ungelteredum roanDoni, 
gjf Te lecgad geTlaüce be \>iTa Btaorran (Whigrt, l'op. Treat. p. 16.). 
(Sie anc^ fi>n|l sc^lan unb viiian ntil einanber locctl'lit 1- «ttt c unb g. 
b) Skia i)at fidf aber auiS; an^cx^ali ber erflen ^erfon BcfonberS in 
3?e6enfä(en er^aCtrn. 

If thti ox tkall piuh a man servant . . ho aball give , . tbirty she- 
kela of ailver (P.xoft. 21, »2. cf. 22, 5. 7. 23, 21. 22. URt> oft 
S^nlic^ in ber ^btlflberfegung). WhüioOTer therefore iheM break 
oue of theM leaat comniniidnienta, and tluUt teach mea so, he shall 
be called tbe leeal etc. (Mai-ih. 5, 19.). Ye who tkall marvel 
wben joa bcar ber tale, 0hl bad you koown her in her softer honr 
(Btb., Cb. Uar. 1, 55.). Yet the day may arrive when tbe mouB- 
Uio« OBce moro Skall rite lo uy sight ia th«ir mantlea of saow 
(id. p. 305.). Wben eome bard ia virtue nrong, Gtfibrd percbanc«, 
tkall rotte the chaeteoing soog, Then sleep my peo for ever (p. 324.). 
Halte, boly Priar, Hucte ere tbe ainner shalt expire (Scott, L. 
Uiiutr. 5, 22.). The only remedy tbat renaiiu Ii the hlaod that 
flowi from a maiden'a vBina, Who of her owu free will tholt die 
(UiüQF. n. 8.). giitftt fetten Pc^t neben einem ^auplfafte mit will 
ein £Qeben[a1} mit ahall: And other creeds fViti rise with oCber 
jeara, tili mno »hall learn Vainly hia incenae soata (Byb. , Ch, 
Har. 2, 3.). Whoever . . tkaü now compare tbe eountry round Borne 
with tb« conntry round £diabargh, utU be able to form BOme 
JDdgment aa to the tendency of Papal dominatian (Macaci.. , H. 
»f E. L 47.). 3n afnmfl&craePfnten gttiitliuftaeu ©fl(jen moi^t 
fi4 leichter eine 9ntitl)efe füdjlidieT Tfol^menbigteit unb ^terrdttUt^n 
@enei0t^eit geltenb: Then v>ät thou not be loath To leuve thi* 
Faradiae, but akait poitett A paradiae wilbia theo (Uilt., F. L. 12, 



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&8S.). He had ti*ed for kia Iot«, for bi> eonntry ha died — ; Nor 
•oon *AiiU the tean ot hia eomitry ^ «IrMd, Nor toDg itill bis lova 
ttoy behind him (Th. Moobb p, 331.]. 

Sic Olif^tntg von «hiU unb «Ul trifft man [i^ in fTfl^otc 3"!: 
%Üt. Or that this ofght (F» ift ß. m^gbt jn Icfm) b« gotM Akme infit 
^ Ujif ma, For b düt nfght ilkon Y« ihaä« fhi nw jCa {Towa. H. 
p. ISI.). Wben ke her wick aren leKal ten, Fol «el payed moB hc 
hM (Ricti. C. Dt L. ise.). e#b|ra ^nbm ft^ bcibt in OoOf.: Ich 
tmlb at t*** kloa-loud M-Uolen {m a {lirs hood fc ^ MoJl i«on nn 
rtward (Lajam. II. 82.). 
c) X)er StgrifT ^c^ @oI(enA buiil^tfiuft nämli^ aaäf in bn nmcrtn 
€)»[a<4c no(^ «ne 9tti^c oon t[bf)ufitti|^en , toelt^t t»n betu 3u** 
briuff einet fubjefttD cbn objettit) beßitnntten Sidt^igung bis jut 
üoTfleOiuig ber SriBiiitung ititb be« SSeborßtbnt« abgeft^röSi^t fmb- 
als @e)n<^nunfl ftttüi^er Siot^tstnl^ieteit erfi^diit »hall im @r6ot 
nnb IBetbot: Thou »halt kaet no oiher God« beTora ma (Exon. 
30, 3). 8ix ;ean thou xKait »<m th^Und (23, IQ.). Tbou x'udt 
not oppmt a straager (23, 9.); mit Mei^aHf)! atö flitftmid eintt 
SilienSineitiung, !I)ro^uiig ober abec^aupt gefef^ten IRot^* 
Isellbigteit: To-da; the tyrant sha!t peritkf (Bulw., KioQzi ö, 3.) 
Th}' aonga wero made for tlie brava and free, Thejr $JuiB mever 
lomd in ilararyl (Tii. HooRi p. 236.) unb feßfl bei ®epat' 
tnng: „I come graat duke, rorjuatica!" — „Yoa >AaU kost il. Of 
what do 70U complainT" (Tobim, Honey Moon.) X)ie )>roiAetif(^e 
SkrtAnbigung bei 3tit)iitftiflnt ^^ Scflimtnung bebient ßq e^n 
btefcr goim ; The «od of man tkaü be betraged into tho haoil» of 
tnoD (Mattd. 17, 22.). Y«t tbrougb tbii centuried eclipM of wo« 
Boote voicat shali bt keard, and earth thaU litten; Po«(ä iiaB JoU 
low in tbe path I sbo* (Bth., Froph. of Dante 3.}. 3n fragen, 
iwU^e bie Stat^iofigltit Qbec eine jitfUnfltge X^igleit hc|et<^nen, 
unb eine Sepimmung biefet^tb ju ertauTter fc^dnen, flc|t efieii' 
faU« (haU: What ikaU loe drMif (Exoo. 15, 34.) What *haU I 
Alf (Doi'OL. jERfioLD, Bubblea 5.): tute fibet^upt in fragen, )De(i^ 
eine ntgatioc Snltosrt enoaiten laffen: Tha Lord i« mj light.. 
whott tktU Ifiarf (Ps. 37, 1.) Wbo Do«r ikaü l—d Lby acaUer'd 
ehUdnn fortb? (Bth., Ch. Har. 2, 73.) When «AoU toch heio 
Iw« ngMO? (id., Giaour.) That quencb'd, what bean «teU 6na<t my 
night? (ib.); loie in unbilligen grogen, »clt^ bie ^iatnSmttnnng 
M ©eftagten ^nouäfnbern, inbcin (1e eine negatioe Stntnort wt- 
OUSfe^li: What! ikaü an Arricaa, »hau Juba'a heir R*pniaeh great 
Cato'« fon? (,\ddu, Cato 1, 1.) 

Httt bitlc 9nCbTnct>tMifen, locl^' jn« X^rif na^t an bat gntuntni 
freiftn nnb in anbeten QpxaStm aui^ Sftn ba< gntnntiti tnt^ten, finb 
f^on in bet ahm S^rat^e anjatrenen. @o in ISeiot unb Knigenug 
einn SÜlICHlmtinung: Fader aod modet aortkip thou aAafld (Tawi. 
U. p. 90 }. If thOD breke loy rede, Thou tkalU dyt (ib. p. 6.}. {KlIM- 
Her of |iu tcalt bto kinj; (Lajah. II. 6ij.]. Ha ical hit abuggan ,sif ic 
mot liliben (I. IS3.). Sgf. {lu <e«ai( K'^ot Man plne lifdagai (Cxiiii. 

906.). Die Setftetfasuna btS 3u'ltnrtigen »leb ebtnfo Be^nbtll: 
Mony ylei tni/nnt he $ckal, lond aod ot»er stude Lord he iro^ of Fraore, 
t Bome ickai byt »tomhede DohU (B. or Ol. 1. ISS.). {M Merlin 

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mM* *l>ae. £m ww4m( ^ Wi»«lMBMr«, [mb eord« Iw o-ot /arMroJj« 
(Uj^K. II. IST.). gtflB'i' ^ *'(^ bfjttÄnctnt fltt flnb f^on >■> Vgl- 
^nfg: Bvit lecotoi re ((rtneonT (S^ob. IS, 24.); odiw^l oft mit bctn 
8. TiUan: Hric viBt je traDnc uiyan! (Bosra. Si, 8.) HQ vtUe ic na 
^1 ödaaoB t (34, 6.) Hril otOe ve cii«ian be fiiDum tvim Bannml (10.) 
d) 2)00 im pm))^rartif(^en Suturum eifc^trinenbe will tritt nic^t niinbet 
ia dun; mc^rfaii^eii ^Öufiuig bon Sebeutunacn an^, tsct^ bon 

S<^äirmtgtn beö Seg^ff^ ^erafefiBfea. ©o tritt bie SorfJellunB 
U» SEßoOfuS !»£roor in @ä(^n uic: Wbo shall binder me? I wilt 
dupair (Shaxsp., Bicb. 11. 3, 3.). I aili not stand by and lee it 
done..Look to youreelf, for by Hunven I viäl not spart you, if 
joa drivo me on (Dickkkb, Nickleby 1, 12.). 3)ie SebCUtUtig 
bcr @eneigt^eit unb beä Selie^cnft, toelt^t b«m Scr^ im 
$rSfen8 Xok im $i&tentum julouimt, bg(. All Europo «ball rajoice^ 
«t thee, Ä9 DQce Europa did at luity Jovb, Wbeo he «totiU ploy 
tha noble beMt in love (Shakbp., Mucb Ado 5, 4.), uirb ni^t fcl> 
tcn ium SuAirude bctjen, toaS ju gef^e^en ^iflcgt, iubem bie 
tüttr $trfou obfr Sai^e innnoDl^nenbe s:enbenj bur<^ will bat» 
gtftEQl mirb. 

For man witf tremble , und tum paler, Witb too much or 100 
little TAlottr (BcTi.., Hud. ;t, 1, 10G5.). If my valour ahoald leav« 
mal wlonr wiK mm« hhü <fa (Sherid., Riv. 5, 3.). Tbu trse intt 
■üiff- long before be taU (Bsr., Ch. Har. 3, 32.). DiSereocea, 
ho«e*er, «rote as tbev miB amongat all cammunitie* of tbe kind 
(Larva, H. of Philoi.'ll. 6). Uebrigcne Seft^rdnH ^ä) aii4 biefet 
®tbxtcaiit nid^t auf ta» ^rfifenS will: He aould oßn My, „I hold 
it only in trnet for othen." (Roarjts, It^ M. Grifibos.) Tbe ez- 
preMioni of hii features temäd Vary so rapidly tbough ilightly, 
tbat it wai useteis to tnce tbem to tfaeir «ources (Bya., Frngm.). 

2)tt cntf^tcbtncre 8cbfututig btfl aia btbarf tn Im SHam epTa^c 
tcinn 9}iH^lHit>ins; btt btC Seneigtnf unb ^tlithtv.*, btffen Str' 
nirflt^Hng jngW^ DoroiiBgtft^t ttn*, ft^It bort dfettben fu BxtitB: Ho.. 
weiie tvgra ityt as at Jeraislem (M/undev. p. S.). Bebold, how dcre 
I «mU (Ae iif (TowN. M. p. !G9.). Kgt- Oenhit I>u na tat f« riht- 
tSmh lint Ud« and (brfirycte fortwio bl |>Inain rillan mtMon fntgaa^ 
(BoETW. 8, 4.) Htüc «e Ttlon ]Ät m anriUnw cyning Neron voM« 
Aoion bia igenne migiatre, and hji foBtorfUer dcBeSaa (SB, 3,); norati 
fi4 W«i bte «orjhnimfl brt «pfleatne Tti^tt: «Itt. i haTo «n boMwi^ 
HewBD and Ghildren . . That troffen by-molen it (u. the hatei) many 
tyme (F. PLOuuni. p. 373.). Heo bctb merciable . . And vxiäen lent 
ttur thei leve Lelly to ben paied (p. 804.). Alme« gret iche wM gata, 
Tbe pot« pepoll to releas (Sm Cleoes Sl.). Erery gera tha kyng (oc2i 
AI Whytaontrde a fett hcld (Ifovtd. 83. cf. S. Clbom S7. S. Amad. 
1»4.). ^tbf. Jif be ia bim to laof Jienn« vmie be ßjen and miggtn on 
Um wnrd-scipe mar« {tenne he bcon wnrde (Lasab. U. bi\.), JjSS he 
Mi^ ^ Dami forrdredd He tnVe himm tkerttm mare (Omi. SBS6.]. 

eitwriltn nfrb ihall in I^nli^n Seife Mrtixnbct. 9tnit. Ton «AoB 
■nuetjme* hntm that the mi>tre>i and the m^d thatt qwjrrdl . • laii at 
hat the lady thoR ht paeißad to tnrn her ont of doon , and gife her 
B TeT7 good word to any body eise (Addib,). Pity wa* aH tbe ftolt 
Ihat was in me; For I ihould melt M an oAndet's tears, And lowtj wordi 
wo« noMm fbc their foult (SuKar., 31 Henry TL S, 1.). «ttt ttil^ 



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m^ bie m bn Statur b« ^Rfmt ab« €a<^ (itgntbe Xb^'^'s'''' macbeatd. 
Sb f^eit alte Shal nevere cti&lang[ynge na chidjDg« ChatU k dwh m> 
■oooe, Ab thal ihune (P. Plouchm. p. 237.). 

e) X^dtmife tfl bit Scrbinbung bon ie mit bem dnfinitie ti«^ im 
SJtutnglifc^en al9 Umfdiicibung cineä gutunim an^ufc^tn, infotcctt 
fle bem lat. amHturus lum, aniRndua num eittfjirtdft. "Siit nil^ra 
ErBrftrunfl bitfer über boB perip^tafKfifte futurum ^inauSge^fnben 
MuSbrudatoeife gebort ber ütt}xt com 9nfiiiitiu an.> SSJir erinnern 
nur baran, baß fte, aSgefe^en oon i^ren anbertveiligen ^Srbunget^ 
als Qr\iiti einee jjutntutn bis in bte Sltefle 3'it jurltcfge^t. 

Enjoy, lill I retura, Short pleaaDrae, for long troes are to me- 
cerif (MiLT., F. L. 4, 543.). Thia eveniug he Js to aecept the 
Crown, and depaie ths P^mperor (BuLW., Rienzi 3, 1.). 

Raffet. Hbo tacned kinRea jia lunde lo eumene (L.(jaii. II. 2*7.). flgl. 
' 8e [le tö cumenTie y« ilter ma tu geTorden befomd ms (Jon. 1, 15,). 
Sende [lane t>e (la fo KnifanTie tart (ExoD. 4, IS.}. 

f) ÄW eine Umf(^rti6wn8 be« futurum befl ^offlb !ann bie Set« 
binbiing eoii wortben mit bem ^articip beS $erfett im IKtetiglifi^ 
nid^t aiigefe^en Serben. IDiee ifl täififi anberee als eine HJenooi' 
taing befl träfen« flatt bee futurum. 

Site. Who ao tTDDCth io che Se^fnt Spirit ^Motled icorih he ne*era 
(P. Ploochk. p. S&9.). pat Londooe he yt now elrped, and ■CM'jb eaenna 
(R. OF Gl. L *i.). Worth tier^ätt jliS ni(*t anbert aie ba( oßf. bia. 

g) Unter bem ßin^ulft beS altnorbift^en munn iß im Stltenglifc^ 
tuie nod) je^t in nSiblic^en Slialelten, mun, mon ogf. mun&n (f. i. 
374.) eig. gebenfen, cogitare, mit betn ^nfiniti», bem griei^. 
ftix>>uw aifnliä), )fi einem atinädernben StuSbruift ber BuIunFt benu^ 
uorben. SDcr ®e6raui$ f^tint fli^ auf ben Storben Befc^täntt ja 
^ben. 

3)a« iSut^ifcbe ^atte iat txTtronbtt ft^nxi^e Snb munan )ui Uttei' 
febung bon ßoultüiirSst unb uiXXtm txriwubet unb bem iBerfi Bkulu 
i^nlid; gtbraut^t, usbuTc^ ti ein guturum umfi^tieB. güi uil.Xtiv UM 
bie ogf. Ucterfetping ber Svangelien getoB^lii^ villan, j. 8.: He raldt 
]>aDon /anin (Luc. 19, 4.). ^i ae Ualend riste I>iU hig toldon ctimoi 
(Job, e, 15.)- P" »"" ^ ijlfne guvvle(j<m ÜB (U, SS.l ; einmal bie nnttr 
e) genannte Umf^teibung: On «Ice ceutro and itove Jie ho (S eununM 
rät (Luc. 10, I.). gaif^lii^ erflErt man man, mon but« mnat: Bat I 
winne tbat ladjea lova. Für dola now I mun dyt (Pbbct, KeL p. 11 IL). 
I WDtc vheder 1 ahalle; In helle I wote man be my italle (Towir. H. 
p. 16.), It ia no boyte mercj-to cravo, For if I do I mon none haie 
(ib.). Wo mon /mve e, jnukill« rnjochaurce (p. 17,), If thou hero longer 
lent For rewthe thon mon repent (p. 135, cf. p. 154.). fis toeftfrit 
JUIMÜcn mit ihall: Alle the warld thalle he deme, And that hare 
servjd hym to «heme Myrthe Ihaym nitm betijde (p. b&.). 3m inOs^ 
Onnulum uitb baS {djttxi^e S. munc, munde S^nlii^ gebrambt: Siri^ 
Bare oßdredd [laK all hias gode dcde Ke mun« himm uohht beim göd 
inoh To berrjben himm fra pine (Oiim. 7825.), X,\S icc make wi».. 
|>n waat «el pMt ne tnutu Ut nohht Ben maUedd ^iirrh I>Blt kiods etc, 
(14354.). Forr jifT he irrohhte bned off «tan, {m munndt he ««an M 
mabhle, Annd nutmde frouioenn trel ]>att he CriiC Gudeaa aone mm 
(11613. et SU6 ). a)j)l. BALutv. T. mone. 9d Lajamon Diib mumea, 
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IHM jiscite Sutnrnni (rntaram ezactutn) tWTfnfi^ iliaU ttnk win 
ndt tm dnfTnitib US ^trfttt, nobei ffir bicfc ^QlfejeinsBrtn bie otai 
inatgcbtnen @c^rf)tdpuutte maaggebenb bltibctt. Z)it SnrtDntbung 
Wtfrt futurum ift in Btrßteit^ mit bn: brt trpm Sutnt bef^rdnt^ 
inAcfcnbere in 9!e6cnfj^cn. in netten flatt bcfTclbcit ^ufig bat $«■ 
Ht «notnbrt »irb (f. ^etfeft), beffen Saejit^nng auf bit 3(tt« 
n4In btt 3utunft bUTi^ ben ^anb'fat in'S Si^t gcpeQt Inirb. 

For when I lAntf haee brought them into tho land . . and thej mIuUI 
kaee raten tnd jittri' themselTes, ind wozni fat; tben will thsy tum 
(o other godi (Deuter. 31, 20.). Ä cook wili have sooner fftma 
tbrough all tbe several apecies of animal and vegetable food in tbe 
wotM, than an sathor will be able to eihaiiBt ea eiMnaive a sabjact 
(FlELO., T. Jod. 1, 1.). Before tbia time to-morro» I gltali hmt 
jantd a peerage, or Weatminiter Abbey (Southey, Life of Neil.). 
I^nmitben atib bie Silbung beS fi^tDetfäQigen iJuturum e^achim Ut 
$affib; man finbet flalt b(« 9iipmtiD brt ^ttfeft ^ufifl ben 3ii- 
fbiitii) bcS träfen« bti ibatl unb will, »obci baä ^iticip beS $nfctl 
bic S3cbeutung btr »oüenbcttn X^Sligieit bc^lt : Tbe power* th«t be 
already liatb in Gallia Witt soon be draum to head (Shasbp., Cyinb. 
3, ö.). It akatl be done immediatel j , and tben yonr repntation will 
be safe (Coj.miik, Jeal. Wife 3, 1.). 

dm -Utt. btgcanct man [dtm einem jnxiten gntur; bit fllttflt €))TaA> 
pontt fi^cinl ee Überall nii^t ju leontn. @cine SenDenbung ^aX ^ in 
bn vtaata ^rofa, bitUtii^t niibt o^ne iSin|tuB bei roinaniI4>cn 6|iia(^ 
imljitbe^t. 3n bei £^at i|t biefe Silbung (tit^t ju umgc^n. ISic baS 
901^. bae gutunint t;<tctum bur^ bae $rSfcnt totebtTjageten (iflestc, fo 
gefi^ biet au^ int Sgf : And {loniie hig aad and /tiffe freo^ and üaoe, 
^noe forlKtad big me (Deuteii. 31, 20.). Ne crstd ae cocc «r pu tidtäoit 
mc Inira (Joa. 13, 38.). Sei. ncuengl.: Ths cock ihall i>ot orow, liU thoa 
Aotf demed me tbitce; alte, ^e cocke schal not crowe til [»an tehall daaye 
■e [iriea (WicLirrB.'^. 



Stitfoimen b« «ctganatn^eit 
9u yrllnftaH »n ^BtHifAMn. 

■Diefe Sritfonn flfHt bic WcTbenbe S^5tig(rit in ber ©b^ftre bei 
rtjrttiKn Seiflongen^eil bat, »dt^e bet Äebtnbe »on fein« 3«itfpl|ä« 
(dlirtltbin auefdilteöt. S)ie babutdj btjeiiinete ^antlung tann btr nät^« 
Pen toit t« ftrnfleii SJevgangen^tit anfle^iSitn. 5Die Untfr[4eibung eine« 
dnbnfeflum unb eined sortfted, nie fie anbeten älteren unb ben Tonttf 
nfdien Sprachen befannt ift, fäQt in bei en^(ifd)fn, toie in ben germo« 
iiifien Spradjen Oberhaupt, fort. 35aa englifi^t ^tateritHm (3nipetfe(- 
tmn) bient ba^er eben fo too^t ba^u, bie in i^rer (SntMitflung ober 
i^rmt Setlanfe »oqufltnenbe SJbätigfeit atS bie jur einfachen »ege« 
ben^eit ober jum ^iftotifdien ajionierte jufam mengefaßte I^atfat^e 

SDrranfi^auli^en. 3)ie uerfi^iebEnartipe 2Iuffa|fun(j berfelten äfitpi« 
ngt oon beut ^u^ammtn^an^t, fo Ute t^eilueife bon ber Sebeutung 
bei 3eiltsorle0 an unb fßr [i^ ab. 

3m Hsf. trat bie« $tStcntum feftr getcSbnIicb oui^ ba auf, uo bie iöngen 
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I.Site %u^titä Ux afrgcf i^loffenen Sciganfltn^eit ü6cri|ut>t 

tneibCH. 

Thi« wo» ]r«ar bnibaiul . . look fou now »hat followi. Bora ii 
yoDi- butband (Ssaesf., HaniL 3, 4.). I mth'd it tben, I wäk U 
still (Btl, Giapoi). But Htroon ouly humi or tnea Thia (ale, wboM 
cloio i* atmost nigb (id., Bride 3, 16.). I told jon then «od MF 
yoQ, now, again, I am oot pleoted (Sbsrid. Khowles, Virgia. I, 1.). 

Site. & bigBD ^ dte ))ere, ^at noble die woi and yi (E. of Gl. I. ID.). 
Jlb i( toot in the benDofnge >nd noir ü and nai be tat erft (Cov. Um. 
p. 127.). Hit lempd hym neirer ns narer ihaä» (Tuws. M. p. 4.). I^f. 
Kn Ayfl GodBg geiUnng ^ia hnnd-seofontigfealdB getel s^tfiilleg foT hin 
gjhnin, srft iv& da aalda Israhä neidaage he6id an b&CtnaDge (A.-B. BoMC. 
11. 86). 
S.3)icfe Stitfprm i{l W dgfntli^ ^iflotift^e gettferm, »eCti^e |ut 
3)at^eIIuitg »on Si^atfai^en bet iStrgansen^tit bitnt, tDoitt t« 
oleif^atKtlQ if), Db bicfe etnniat ebtr icicbet^olt jtt bcnten finb. 6int 
ntiljeiifolge wn $r5teritcn ix^näirttt «ne Itafcinanberfolge oon 
%\)atjaiSita, iDcnn ni(^t buict) 6(igeffigte «üifixt S9c{timmungen , bnn^ 
bnt inneren 3"foi"i"'"^'"iS "''>" ^^''^ ^'^ 9?atiii ber f^tiglettot 
fetbfl ba« f^tilmeife ober böDigt jeiKirfie 3u|'>n"n«'t>^fffoi berfrfboi 
(m80rbiil(ft ob« angebeutct ifl. !Bag I^atfat^en, «elc^e in btn ä^i'' 
raunt faden, bttn ber dtebcnbe fd&er no^ angt^ärt, ntdjt »o^l bmi^ 
birt Präteritum bargefieltt »etbeii Knnen, ifi ein ()ie unb bo roirttt' 
te^cenbed gromtnattf^ed Sorurtlfeil. Qö tonimt ^ier&ei IcbfgCü^ baranj 
an, e& ber 3'itabf[^nttt, meld^fin bte crjJE^Ite S^^atfai:^ an^cifixt, alt 
obgefc^offcn innerhalb btr aUgeractnen 3''^^i»"iii'iS J" t>^oi i^ 

r (OtD the man to-da; (Shaksp., All'a Well 5, 3.). Myielf, he, and 
my lister To<day läJ dine together (Com. of Err. 5, I.). All 
wai lying in bed thia moroiag . . I too* rouied by the aonnd of mn- 
aic (iBViMa, Bracebr. H., Hay-Day). — The nut uorniag we ill 
itt foTirard togetber (Goldsm., V!c 8.).- Döring the hundrad and 
aisty yeara . . nine kings rtigntd in England. Six of tbete nine king* 
mrt depoted, Pive lott their Uvea aa weil ■■ th«ir crowns (Macaui-, 
H. of E. I. 35.). Xeaiadei . .puralMMl him, and, oa retnming to 
Corinlh, gave him hii libertj and eotuigned bis cbildreu to faii ado- 
catioa (Lewbs, H. of Philo*. II. 23.). The ktog gao« hia cotueol 
witb hearcily MÜifaetion: tbe bill bteamr law; and the Furitan dlmM 
tkroitgtd to tba QnartAt SeMioDi of every coanty to awear and fig« 
(Maoaul., H. «rf E. IV. 89.). 

BItc. I Ä>ght my bro(h«r lhi> »une day (Tows. M. p. IT.), — In that cyte« 
moM aeynte Sateryne bthtded. And there woi ieynt Mark th« erangeUil 
taartj/rtd and burytd [Maumoky. p. 5S,). To de^ he tehet y* owne £«der, 
[lat hs loy |ier itille. Hit hym forfioujte göre ynow, ac Tiot*<>lM 3et ha 
«KU Out of t>*t lond ydriae (R. df Ol. I. 11.). $albf. Bratos hoM 
fimde dead, t iiito ^ane etKÜo dude, t ^er inne bi-bürijtde (Lajak. I 
7S.). Xgf. Ka td dtg /ormir(£an tTaffen äd«l< naman (Atoi-lwi. of T. 

f. S.). — H*aM nr T« «pnraoN be I>ai> ■«!• Jw batroK ]>Am [»onDiB jyr w y 
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QboD. 13, 10.). Be vtartt ^ uyUed ntid gMcun, and AA on«Uii t«n« 
«te trU« H*''*! "i^ AA gabindAB lA eoiht«« handom and ffltam, and 
Inrpu inlö >ani bTineodam o&ie. p& «■)« ^ cfniDsei luea fuenibM 
ff>ß^ and hl eoKm Atorpaie intd [»ib bTmcndan oroe, and »e lig j^ 
ta of tarn ofnc feorr Dp, and forbämie lä deUe Jil {le hl inn &Tuipan 
(A.-S. HoKiu II. 20.). 
iÄii^t minttr totittn altfldneine SerW[tnif[t, ^ufiänbe, ©tttoöit- 
\ätta, S^nroltne ic, ob an bte Simä^nuiu eintä ^iftDTifd|tn SRd' 
nentc« olfi SSerii^te ftbci Die bfglettoiben Uniflanbe gelnüpft cbo: ni^t, 

The croirn of England «a», iritbouC doubt, imperial aiid iodepen- 
deot, thangh thä princea irbo toore it wert, far many ages, tbe vai- 
nli of tfae kingi of Fraace . . Tha eame uias tho conditioo of ihs 
nourcba öf ScotUnd (Roberts., H. of Scotl. I. 7.). At my feet 
tke city tUmbrrtd. Vtom ita chimneys, bere and tbera, Wreatlu of 
inov'wtiite amokB, aacandlng, Vaiti$htd, gbostlike, iiito air. Not ■ 
■oand rote fraio tbe city etc. (LoNdF. I. 224.). To foreignen be 
ofteu trttatd churliah. \a bii iatercourse with tbe world in general 
he »pptared ignorant or negligent of tboae arta wbich double tbe 
nke of a favour (Macaul., H. of E. III. 3). Hia canvenation had 
a it lometliing pecaliac: generally it ataumed il quick, sbort, abrupt 
tan (BuLW., E. Arain 1, 1.). 

Wtc And thM Mar eonUfned ^t contiee in cirtoyt: for the low allone 
tuttymd 10 inilfl Square. That taut foiintled kji% Nambrowtho, thu wtu 
kjBg of tbat coDtree! and hewoi finte kyng of the world (Maitndkv. p, 11,), 
Bit hen« bire teet alon, That reite neoede he non, The tove toe$ ao ttrong 
(Wrisht, Aneed. p. 2.). A( me!e vel l-l&aght wai ache withalle; Sehe 
laal no moracl &om bire lippca falle, Ne adle bire fjngres in )iire aance 
tepc. Wel eovde acbe carie a morgel, and wel kepe, That no droppe fil 
•ppon faire breat (Cbaoo., C. T. 127.). flgf. pä viLa Apolloniiis gebftCen ann 
jng man M «da aride velig and inotor and v/U ealdorman (Apulu)^. of T. 
p. i.). Suine gtdTolmcn viaroa ^ gd^don [lät he God Tsre, ac hl nfcteahTOn 
MfiijMan pAt hs eaghFKt lixoda: hi offradtm Criate gSÄdice rScel« aad 
■oUan him gold olTnan (A.-S. Howi.. J. Uti.). 
iSii bn Strtuf^fung Don $)au)}t- unb 9Ie&enfägen ifl baS 3eit> 
Mt^tnig ber barin ttorfcmnienben $i5tenta ju einanbti im SDgtmei- 
in »u^ o&ieftioen ©efii^t^untten gn BcuTtVtEcn: Thera jtecf tha 
paatect loal tbat erer varm'd A Roman breaat (Addis., Cuto 5, 4.). 
Tha boeae wo* nore joyoaa to bar when ba uhm tbere (Thollope, 
Fiaml. Fanan. 1, 13.). She . . died, and in/ected bar Laoe witb fever, 
•0 tbat eeventcfta otbec peraons died of fever tbere ia coiuequeBca 
(Cultu, Paat a- Prea. 3, 3.). The turpriae Tbat tprnf at 6nt to 
kit anvated eye* Seem'd uotr Bubiided (Btr., Lnr« 1, 22.). I thmiglU 
1 IM* > vornan, and have thonght so ever eince (Marbyat, Jbc. 

Faiiiil 3, 6.). <Sä tommt ioiti um in SSttiac^t, bag \<iK6^l bie im 
^uqrtfa^ atS bie im Stebmfa^ auegefaQte X^tigfeit, filt ben 9{ebeit> 
bm obgef^^fftn, in feinem Käim liegt 

2}a4 Innnit bn Sali Bot, bag in bem 9IeS«nfa(e, beffen $ant)tfa( 
(inai SÜ^^tdBegnff ber ESia^Tne^muns, Smbfinbung, 93ot> 
tellang ob« SuSfagc enl^üEt, baS noi^ far bie ©tgenWcttt 
Act allgemein gfiltige ^läbitat bur<^ ba9 $rSteritnDt attSgebtailt 

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V>Wb: They told me I was tterj thin;;; 'tii « lie, I am not agne- 
proof (Shaksp., Lear 4, G.). I over^eerd bim the othar da; diipmümg 
with maitcr BÜGI tbat thera ica* no aerit in faith wicfaoat worki 
(FlELD.. T. Jod. 4, 4,). I maintaiaed witli Whiston, tbftt it »o* 
nnlawful for » priest .. after the death of hii first wife, to tak« a 
■econd (Goldsm. , Vic. 2.). I «ooi ever af opinitm, tbat tbe honeit 
man who marrUd and broaght «p a large faniily , did more lerrice 
tbsn he who eoiUmued singla, and only talted of population (ib. 1.). 
Wbat sort of a peraoD is this Mr. Gower? I remcmber yon taid tfaat 
he was clever and good -looking (Uclw. , Caxtons 14 , Ö.). H« 
tmooth'd bis chin and sleek'd bis bair, And taid the eartb icas bean- 
ful (Tknnyb. p. 36.). fiiet gel)t Ux iirfprlingli^ im ?töf«i« au8« 
gefproi^tne On^It bei äjoTfleuung otn Kudfage, als tittiit in ber ffix 
ben ©tanbljuntt befl JHebenben gegenwärtigen ä^i' «uBflffprot^en, eben« 
fo08 in bie ßeitfottn bei Strgangen^eit äitr, fo ba§ i. B. bit ©d^ 
I an> not, lova, «hat J (ifipear (Svit., Bride 1, U.) in bei 9Sitber> 
ertoS^nung lauten: I «auf I wii not what I »nm'd (2, 10.). 3)a fti^ 
bei ^ebenbe »g(tig objtltiB bei^ält, fo ifl au9 feinen Porten jttor 
m(^t ju fofgem, bog er ben On^aft ia DlebenfaljeS nit^t audi ffir bit 
@egeniDatt ober aUgemein gültig anettennt, laä} f)>rict)t et alleibingA 
bomit avi) feineStteg« au9, baß bitttt 3n^(t in feiner @egen' 
toott unb nebenbei auib für i^n ©flltigfeit ^a6e; »»a^atb bie Wf 
le^nung ober bie 3"W't*l^«ftig(eit einet folgen ©ititißteit bur^ ba« 
Präteritum im ^ufammen^ange ber dittt angebeutet fein (ann. S3gt: 
„Sir, are yoa not my father?" — „Thy mother was a pioce of Tir- 
tue , and Sbe laiä — tbou wa*f roy daugbter." (Sbaksf. , Temp. 
1, 2.) 

iDagegen tritt in SIebenfägen biefer Kit nad) bem ^lateiitum 
aaiSf baS $läfen8 ein: Yoa taid tbat idte weed« are fast in growtb 
(Shaksp., Rieh. III. 3, 1.). Said I for tbis, the girl is like to bina? 
(Henry VIII. 5, I.) I wat eboat to obMtrve that every eircle hat ita 
centre (Marrtat, .Jac. Faithf. 3.); ttie bieS avä) «a^ bem $erfeft b« 
^atl ift: Tbat aurprising aect, who are honoarably mentioned by tba 
lata Dr. Svin, as having, by the more forco of .geniuB alone . . diico- 
«Tffli tbat there t» no God (Fifld., T. Jon. 6, 1.). ffiö Wirb in 
folc^em iJaHe ber utfprünglitft auSgefprocbene ober bingefletlte ®e^ 
etma mit ber SJeränberung, tnet^e bie ^einnublung eine« $au))tfa|e4 
in einen S^ebenfat; »erlangt, toieberbolt, womit man j. 9- bie IvBrtli^e 
Hnffl^tutig betgteii^e; When I naid — „Tybalt'» dtad (Skakbp, 
Rom. a. Jul. 3, 2.). Dotfe gefeilt fid) bflju leicht bie ffiorfieHnnj, 
bog bei ©erii^teube bie im Ißräfenö auBgefprotffene Sbotigfeit auf bie 
3tit bejie^ in »clever er e6en fprit^t, unb siigWi^ fein gegennäi' 
tiged Urt^eiC auSbrllift: meStjalb man bei einer 3RögIid)tcit bei 
Seracc^felung bei beii(bteten Kuäfage unb tti beimaligen Urt^lefl 
be« Seri(i)tenben bü8 Präteritum eor^icbt. 

S)ae UeBtrfebcn bc« jmiefiii^en (Semtspunlte«, ans »el^cm beibe SnAniM' 
lixiffn betrautet nxiben tEniien, I}"' bie ang(b(iifi beffembe £rili( matten 
©teilen {Eltcier unb neuerer @c^rt|tpelIeT wiinlagt. @o finbet maa in bei 
angeführten Stelle con Fieldins in einigen 9uflgabtn nas no God ftatl ia no 
God, nm bit Sor^ating bei Ueberjeugung bte Spre^enbcn Bon ber beiii^ 



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Un Q^utrtnns a^nttt^mi. %as fitnli^rai Onrabt Ifrp mau in Shnk- 
(p«>te, Henry Till. 5, 1. UK 6« Collier'. Said 1 for thii tha gftl mit 
aetabiml @Taininatif^ t^ on bnbm StcSm nii^te lU tabeln ; MFieldioK 

DmUt man [clbfl in btm is bit Stonie btt Stri^ttTpatttrt buT^li^inrainn 
(c^ jS)k Aiiti! ^Bt c« in ft%n g!llra nur mit bn Sut^etttidiat bcf 
ttfiti ju t^un. 

3n b« ölitmi ©protzt ip bit Smombunn btt ^ptStortta im f «W' ui* 
Stcbcnta^ banfcfB«! Xl?aag[ifibc untmcinfcn.nii im ^teutnglifi^nu 2>tt Stgriffe 
bttSa^rne^mung.bn (Smpfinbung, bev Sorfttllung nnb b« SuS' 
, ftgt babntan^ im 91». im Tttbtnfalüc bafl ^Tatciitunr, mit im $aii))l' 
fu^, iMtm au(b bae, nuä beii^M »JTb, in bit Scgenicait brt Soiifitniba 
Kn^t, «bwr ol« «latmein aöltifl aufgtptllt ip : CryW latde bis >df, mynnTt tue, 
Tbat aU foiyn ukm in his bände, bU oone «hu Ood Md he (Tows. M. p. 387.). 
Slia iß [c^on im V.%1 gebraiK^lii^: pft ecM Criit lü hire, {>&t bit mEre nft 
riblGc t>BC man ndme hie cildn hl4f, and tturpe handum (A.'S. Hoini. I. 
50.), Se BkIcdiI cväd I>ät heofcnan rice vare gelte snmam hiredci ealdr« 
[L 7!.). _ ebento ttirb nbtr aui!^ ba« träfen» «mmbrt. Site. Hache 
Aeaghl I hadde. First bow Fortone me failed . . And how (bat kired men 
kn ^ But oare lord bem Aefpe (F. Plouchh. p. 246.), Jamea. , Ju^ed 
in hiie boke», That faith »iihoaten the feet /» right no thjag worlhi 
(p. !6.); mit ogf. Geläme ic eör «ei^ [lät heofocan rIce gttäenad Jill 
ÜdrerdaD gelädunge (A.-S. Uomil. I. 72.). Urihtea icM..t)ät fela cutnad 
(U. 8i.). Ile ffetvulelode mid Jiam täcne pät he ü Tuldrei cfning (U. 72.). 
BTi notdett ]>[■ ucgan Jiät be<i {lin vif y(f (Gb». U, 18.) ttgl. engl. Whj 
4^1 tbou DOt (eU m« that afac tniu thy wife? 

S.6ca(^luns Dnbtent enbli^ ber ®e6iau(^ bed iptäterituni, Uo bon^;^ 
'ttgCälnt bie Stete ift, meiere ftlbfl ber ©egemcart ober ber ^u« 
lunft anflt^öten, bie aber als bebingt ober niäjt oenoitllii^t 
aii^t[pri)ii}«i toerbett- 3n @Q^en bieftr SIrt, w\äjt in einem noä« 
ßSntigen ober uitboDf^änbi^en ^^(jot^etifi^en ®a^gefQge auftreten, fin* 
bet man ben 3nbitatib Wie ben SonjunCtiD. ^er @ruiib biefeä bi«' 
len @pra^en gcmeinfamen @ebtaui^eä ifl eben bie Seranfcbouli<f)ung 
ber SRit^tBerlDirtiii^una btr $anb(ung, Welche man in bie abgefi^tolTene 
©ergangen^eit äwütfberfeist, »oburt^ fle aiS Möge 53oraiiSftöung 
im ^ufammenljanQe ber vitte ertannt tcirb. 2)aä ^rätcntum toirb 
fDmit g[ei(^fam ju einem in({)oatib{R 3m)>FrfeItunt. 

ßa berSifftc^tiBcn ^icr ni^t bie ale guture ber ^ergangenbeit aufgefO^cn 

giiniien, toeli^ tu\ä) bie SSerSinbiing Don should unb wonld mit bem 9nfi- 

Büib cntpt&en, obnjotl ibre SSerroenbung auf btm[eI6en ^rincibe ttit bit brt 

?ri»ntura beruht. 9tm^ »tiftln fi« mit einfaien $räl(tittn im ^bb^'t** 

tfliS« ©o^äeffla* ab, obß'fi* f'* borjugsweife baS ^opol^etif^e ®eBiet befitu« 

filni nnb btlonbetS bit Stttle eines ÄonjunttiD btfl 3m^trfeft unb be« ^ptua« 

(piomt*tfelt etnntbmeu. SSeiba, roticfet mit can, mny jc (tintn mit ihonld 

ttab ironld infflmm(nju|itt(tnbtn 3"Pn'tiB ftaben, (änntn im V^pM^etiWe" 

®*S9effl9« natflilit^ nur in brr gorm btB Sp^äleritum auftreten. 

») 3m ^ijpcl^etifiien ©ütoefüge (Bnnen ^röterita fctoobt im SKefcen- 

fü§e (Bem ©ebingungöfaee) als im §aupl(nfe (bem iJotgefape) 

ße^, ttenn betten auf gleite SSeife bie nit^l bertoiitticbte ^^ätig« 

!eit angeirört. Daß Präteritum njctfifelt aber oft mit ben futurifi^en 

trat anbereu 3<itfi>'^^f tueld^e baä ^^pot^etif^e @a^gefUBe julSgt. 

Wrre jon but ridiog forth to air ;ro"rself| Such parüng inert too 

peU^ (Sbak8p^ Cymb. 1, 2.). And cold wtrt he Who there eoM 

gu« denjing thaa (Btk., Brido 2, 3.). „If vanity wo« s fit (hing," 



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mya SqMra, „I mtffia hidolge eoiaa on tfai m«m ««hm» (F^l»^ 
T. Jon. 1, 4.). CoHirf be »artiTe, ft looiiU «of 6« •■ niBMler 
(Bdlw., Sichel. 5, 2.), Hed I & daughier wortitf of ancb s hw- 
tund, be ihoiäd Jiave such n wife (Shkrid. Khowlia, Virgin. 1, 2,). 
— If fou eoa/ij hurt, Yoar iworda ort now too aattj for jonr 
Btmtght«, «ad mU not be npUftMl (SaAKai-., Tetnp. 3, 3.). 

Utt. WlMmbT «mW men vhich v«r« irtüt If alle thing bUk «MMf 
{P. PuiuoitM. p. tSQ.) Ic^ teere oBoseti, if ich leraadt To heu on 
hOM ( Whigrt , Anacd. p. 6.). Who ao loere (her then »Sffi' be M 
(Tova. U. p, Ifi.). If prauthode i0«T« pufit, The peple tholiU anui^e 
(P. Plodobm. p. S26.). dm flgf. t|l bat 3m)fa^h ftti getnabnlit^, aba 
OUC^ f^en mit bn Umf^Tti^uag bilt^ acjlan »c(^[(fllb: Gif be nora 
ffel Tjrceude, ne jtoUim ve bjne nafre I>e (Kv. Nicod. 9.). Gif na 
«all liiaea middaneeidea rela ebne lä ftouin ihbd, hü ns rivnm |>Diinc 
call« Mie man vädlka bduu ftanin? (Bohth. 13.) Na näg ic tusfre 
(etuDaan, gif he iTelo vart, snd |>iU call hÜTde, hronon him snig 
nnrotnea euman »ceolde (Baum. 83, 1.). 
b) a^ emä^ni ftnc ^itrici bie ®fi(e, »elt^e i^rtnt dutiollt mi^ «tt 
wunff^fä^c erft^einen, bic abtx aU tfoliilf 92e6cnfäte etnrt ^■ 
))Dt^ifc^cn ©a^gcfügtS ju ^etiat^tcn finb: I um the best of di«m 
tfaat apcak thia apeech , Wtre I bnt irhere 'tia apok«a (Shak^., 
Temp. 1, 2.). Thoae other two eqnaird witb me in fate, So «we 
I equsll'd with them in renown (Mar., P. L. 3, 33.}. Ofal kad 
we aome brigbt liltle isle of oar own (Th. Moors p. Ü39.). SDfr 
SBinrfc^ffl^, ttelt^cr fcurt^ would auSgtprÖdf Wirb, ip aber etcfme^ 
titi $aaptfaQ ak im ^raitj&flfdgcn je voudmia; Wotdd to God wa 
had died by iho band of the Lord (Exon. 16, 3.). T «m my 
happineia To own her onee — / awld foi;get her now (SoBsiv. 
Knowleb, Love-Chaae 1, 3.). 

ZSnnt^f^ in hrr Senn Mn bi}i»t&ctifAen €fi^ o^nc »enngt^«^ 
^oitittl fi^htt bit Mim SStnai^ nti^t ju litben. Qfn StiftMl bt« <p(ti«* 
qnaDqKTfttt if): „^ad J wyif" i« a thrnf- it aeiTTi of noght (Towm. M. 
p. 100.)- dm 9el. i]l bev MUllfiabigc etbinaungCfo^ mit gif all ffinnf^ 
\«.\ mit btm $TlIttntvm etbiiu^fi^: Et lA ^/ te «iä«ta {uun eitügan 
Lanrentium geefenlncan ! (A.-S. Houti. I. 43S.) SJtr 9n8bntct btl 
Simfi^ \>vxS) bas ^rltnilum I woold u. bgl. i{l fe^T alt 9Ilt. And 
alle [he sotile craltes I vxMe I knewe and conthe (P. Ploduhh. p. S9T.). 
leh vaide mi lif me were bi-retrcd (Wrigbt, Anecd. p. 10.). Kgf. Ic 
vold« liät be aceamode «Telceg gedTolan (Bobth. 6.). 

& bcbatf laum bn flhiinuniiig, b«g ^Wot^tifi^ SalMtfäge mit bcn 
^ranitain ni^l ftttt^^in bit UnUxTni^Iut bn 3:$attslc{t bqeii^Dcii. 
SgL Bot if tbe Cown teat hoedleai, not la »ere the tlara (Lbwss, G. I. 
15.). 3)it UAtnf^ttbung fol^r bit Stmäfli^img bn SbatfM^tn uonM*> 
{cQtnbtn ^at^fi^n Otfügt »on anbemi mug bei 3u[ammni^<uig tiat 
mo^ni; Isit aaät bui4 bit mit shoold unb would umf^ntbenen ^ät» 
fonncn 3<Mibtut<9'^ aigtiM^Tt ntcrbm fonn. 

fat llliMinviifiUaB. 

3)0« ^Iti«qiiant)trfettunt (tjeit^nct eine £^fitigfett, tod^ gn 
bec »fUi in Nt etite bna<uiaene ^onblung gefegt wirb, aI4 (ereilt 
»•lUnbet gebälgt ifl. & jtt^t jura ^tiifdtuin in benfeiien Ser^* 
ai{K m WUtm Ua ^t&teritum jutn $räftii« ftäft. 



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1.& uitt Uäfa Mrantbet, nnt eine Z^tts'''' o^' c*»*» tinfo^ei ebn 
tBÜtc^Itm 3tt ot>e); a(i tiiun aUftimrincn B»f^"b in ^e SoiDei- 
ginacn^tit )u wifcQni, b. ^- «nn abgeff^jfencH X^tfac^ tior> 
Ujafc^: Ue wvs lome hilding fellcnr, that Aorf ito/m Ths bona ba 
rM^f OD (Shaksi*., II Haary IV. 1, 1.)- And th«y iodeed wen 
Asogtd — 'tia quickly aaco, ^Vhate'er bo tw, 't wiu not what he 
kad bttm (Bn., Lara 1, ä.). Jacob Bu&iing, so wo* ibi< gentlaaian 
eatied, Aad bft* tot niaay yean in ths king'd lervice, in irhich bo 
lud rittm to tha rank of corpo»), and kad aastd and pincbed to- 
gethar a amall indepBBdance opoo wbich ha now ramied bii cottage 
aad agofed bii leianre (Bclw., & Aram 1, 1.). So BttMrthalMi it 
mal and kad bee% (Caklylx, French Bevol. 1, 1, 2.)- 

Rttc po he haddt yvemae Fnoes, ^ we be toen^ n*; (&, or Gl. I. 
it.). Aad tofde hem trdynges, That tyoe thei aboldi tbe led«* That Pien 
Iwr« te(U« y-iMtn (P. Plouohm. p. 41G.). ^(b{. £ and« Mu of hi« 
imäe hn be idon kmiede (La^b. II. l&li.). a^t. Ae bmS A^iJa big ieAüI 
er hin seA haa tO cSmt (Joa. 4, 6.). pii n gactäpod ht^odon (häfdon) 
Md re b&mTeaid memi, {A vm^^dön re Are laccai (Gek. 43, 3t.). pi 
n! OMcaadvlRieu H t>i4 'pcU dued Aä^iic, fiil <mgim beA BiagsD (Bobth. 19.). 
tMngmt bcbicnt fi^ bot KgF- tanfts bt« ^latnituin ßatt bt< $Iiiä(|inttf 
»ofminn, nnb Qbtriagt btm 3ii|atninni|aiigc bi( ei-Cianng bc« 3«lwrl}ält' 
■iffcc Sarold . ./A^ tO fn» eorldOm« ^e bii fider nr A^da. aoü tö eaUnin 
tut >e faia fidst AhU (Kti. Cus. 10G9.). Ba onfan bedn ^t ha rtiU, ac 
ke ßtu'kinmod» [tat fae tar »4« (A.-6. BoaiL. 1. 8.). Same «sdom ^ 
Hdaa «^de, nme >U an «aM Ttlaga ar&t (Loc. 9, 7.). 

aiuä)>crfeKuin in einem 97c5enfage {^eBioiK^t, bcn«! Onl^att mit bn 
5r1 bn %Dif)eaung jnfammenfdQt: „I tkougki thau Aa<fif bttit nao- 
bte." — „So I am, to \at htm live." (Sbakbf., Kicb. 1(1. 1, 4.). 
fhs roU IM, DOt tIMciMg I A<d dem m^Lf, that I wa« tbe priMe'a 
jwter (i0., Mach Ado 2, i.). l (üd not fUtit we kad heg» to near 
Smlland (Scott, H Roy 7.). 3)tr äurötfonlegung brt 9t(beK[a6tB 
in bit Sorenganseit^eit beotrt beti Sßibnfpmd^ btt Si^tfai^ mit bn 
SgrßtOuitg an, teie bieS in ^^pol^ctifc^en ©d^en ber gad ifi. 

Xlieft ftnAbrndnocitt ifl unter slei((n Sebingung im Site, ni^t feiten. 

He troved that acba Aiwide i«n a comoaa waman that dwsUed therc 
(Uaendev- p. S4.). Sehe wenige that be kad im a gardener (p. 7D.). To 
■«H)«i tbat td AoiJ i«M tbe eore tbai died on roode (Ti)W:i. U. p. 290.}. 
1 Mjd on hjm, I wctkIs he had bt woadc (Sitia.<ei< I. 43.). Xlirfcc 
Unii4 f^ejnt nl^t M in< {xiltt- )u nit^, no birt ^ItTitnm in Ao» 
TSääa OSeral in ^c^n fi^int: pa f' caibi icands {wt bit ^ eotaod 
-enm (Lajarl. lU. 25. «r. I. S2. ISO.). 
3-3m ^ORlrtfate toie im S^ebcnfage eineö fj^i^Dt^etififtEn Saf^eftt- 
gel laiiii baS ^fuSquam^ett bent ^TÖietitum ualog getraa^ wec 
bes. ffiä^nnb abn bot ^röttritum bte ntt^t »mcirtlii^te ^anbtuite 
auf bie (SegnitMrt nnfi 3i*"ift 6*}"^*- »nlffl* ba« $tu&|uaint«rfeN 
tum biefdbe in We ©traangin^cit, ntelt^ fle bei i^er SSencitdii^unig 
^ae ange^SitK feilen- Site ba« äm^erftlt in ä^nlti^cm gafli mit 
bOR n^ j^Btiac tt w, fo uml^fclt boe $lueqium^fettittit mit btm 
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gm^t. VLAri^m« ifl bn iStirauit it» Pn^namvnftltnm in ^ 
fiDt^tliff^en ©ägcn häufiger oM ber bti ^lätnttum. 

If tbou j^^< (oid him na;, it Aotf Am« lia (Sbaksp., Joha 1, 1.). 
Had death 6(en French, then deatb Ami ffwi' to-day ([ Uenrj' VL 4, 
7.)- X i^'' famtfd uolesB I Aoi^ believed to lee the goodneM of tbe 
Lord in the land of the living (Ps. 27, 13). Had ho done BOtluiig 
more I should have left him to have rccorded hii dwd meriC (FiELD., 
T. Jon. 1 , S.). If the girl kad been one of those Tain trallopi . . I 
■hoald have coademned my brotbor for hii Icnity towarda her (1, 
8.)- Had yoa thas tttpped before tue in the heat of battle, I ahodld 
have cloven you doim (Sbehio. Kkowles, Virgin. 1 , 1.). If I 
had knovm they had been a family of such importance, I am sora 
I ahould have tnaled them i*ith more reapect (Bulw. , Caxiona 
12, 1.). 

3in flltt. i^ bite ^luequatntMrfenititt bitlfa^ im ^)Atfa^ nnb Scbat* 
fa^ flfbiaui^t: For scf ^aa hadde eny l>ing ynwntM of cauel or of tofi, 
Wel ^t Worte it volde ba to brynge hem t>er doen (EL or Gl. I. 48.). 
FoT haddt thd tinit of no wo, Wele hadde Ihe (leg. thd) noghl hnoieen 
(F. Fi.ouGHjL p. S81.). For, hadde he biden ony (hyng, Abonght he hadde 
Ul Bpitting fAi.is. 897.). Sadaloa leeyd in thiB lonii, Y no hadde y-kad 
thii ichond (1059.). For had I gifen awsy my gooäe Then myghte 1 go 
with a rylTeD hood (Towk. M, p. 11.). @c^n im IC>alt)|. trifft man bicfot 
SebiaiK^ : Forr jiff ^ X-afeml hafde tesjm I)ar frajjntdd whamni (lejs 
BOhhteDii, t**" VKre aUs he {uer hagdt {larrh modijuetae frajsnedd (Okm. 
12S72.). 3)«^ trifft man oft ba« tinfac^ $t&ttntum: Jif be Ka^da genge 
efhe ind Garmande, Gnrmund ueore Bono iMlajen (Lajak. IIJ. \6b.) 
(= if he had had..G. leould have been tlain.). 3m 9gf. tfi mir (rät 
I^Ii^ gc6iau((t« $Iu«qnani4xrffftum anfge^ogtn; ti ft^rint fi^ mit bcn 
^ifittritnni jn btgnflgni: Ic fa o/ißje sotia and bs aasa leofode, gif be ne 
forbage. me (Num. !S, 3S.). Ae g^r t>äc fülle mügen [icr iHEn, ne sadon 
U nnfre ett tfl icipon (Sxxf Chk. 1004.]. Spreeaa hi mihie, ^f he «ooMe 
(A.'S. Hom., I, 143.) {= he could hare spoken, had he been wUUtig). 

& unfte^t {14, bag aad) @a^ bn bcjcit^ntten ^rt nii^t ft^Ie^t^in bic 
fHidfÜitmittliäiiinj tm^dfiit^ax: U he had loved her before, he ddw adored 
bei (Ibvihg, Bracebr. H., Ann. Delarbre). 91tt. Tef he teere er j/-bete aore, 
Hianne was he bete moche more (Octoouh Sit.). 

gft fitnt tu Mtn**in%ttt. 
X)i( Briben ^utnre bn Seraangen^cit, Uelc^e burc^ sbonld nnb 
wonld mit bem dnfinitib bt« $c£fcnS unb btS $(tfeft umft^Ttcbfn imt* 
btn, finb bcn SutuTcn Itx ©cgntmait analog gebilbet, unb bic ScnMn> 
bnng bcS einen ober be« anbeten $ütfä^eitn)orteS ifi nat^ b«i @. BS ff. an* 
gegecenen ®efid}t3pun(ten jn beurtbeiten. X)ag ni^t jebc KerbinMmg 
ber Reiben $ii[f«}ettu>artet mit bem -dnfinittD t^ie^ti jn jie^ tfl, ftrfgt 
mS bem, »aS ebenbafelbfl bemeitt »erben ifl, fo tsie benn ou<^ ^iet 
eine fc^aife ®onbernng ber tMäananttien Sebeutung wn fotlen nnb 
uotlen, unb bei jut Umfi^reisung abgeff^toäi^ten nid^t ft^erall burt^ 
juffl^ten ifi. dnfeteeit nun jene Serbinbungen tiefet ge^Bren, fdnn man 
baS erfle gntutum aui^ al6 Om|)erfettum beS guluntm, ta9 jneite oU 
dn ¥luSi|uani))etfethim be|Tt[6en, ober ait ein $utuntni ejadum ^^i(^ 
nen. Selbe UKtpfdn in ber X^ anc^ im @ärau<6e tf^eils mit einem 
dnilxrfeltlun obcc ^räleritum, t^eild mit einem $lii&|nam{>etfeIt)iBt. 

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ffia ^ bciben bm 9iatnen »oti Sonbitionalen ecQefiai, ba fle m0' 

Stfonbere m ^Jjot^etift^n ©ofeatfiigen iSte ©Irilt f^aitn; Uibt IfaUn 
oSn angcTbnn fibcrfiau))! tas ux\pi&n^lidit ©ebtet btf jtonjunttiD ein* 

I.SDaJ (ifie futurum bnr Strgangcn^eit Beteit^net eint X^StiaMt, 
utli^e, Mn brat @tanbl>itntte in fSt ben ^ebenben abgefi^toffenm 
S^oii unweit au€, in bte 3o^if' »'i^Ccgt nirb. 

fä$e ben ääeoiiff ber Qinpfinbung, ber SSoifltKung obn 
Vnefagc tnt^Uen: I told yoa «bat aoiäd oome of this (Sbaksp., 
WinL T. 3, 3.). I knew it woiäd be >Our siuwer (Mach Ado 3, 
3.)- It wu genertllf feit that, irilfaout Bome aach precautioo, the 
eonimy nouU 6e otiernat by Ignorant aod drunken reprobatei 
(M4CAIII.. H. of E. r. 156.). Mut^ tarn b« ©(ßtiff einet SSot- 
PtOung Dbct 9u«fade int ^au^tfiitie oer^ÜQt «tt^alttn fein: Wa.. 
caaie to an ananimoas resoklion of belog drawn togetber, ia aas 
lirge bütorical family p'iece. TbU aouid be cbeaper, tiaee one 
fraiiie vould serve for all, ud it tcovid ht iofiDitely niora genteel 
(GoLDSH., Viv. 16.). 

©CT SBeflriff beS ©olUn« ober SBoUene tiitt ine^t ^«Bov, 
teenn ber $auptfag bit SoipeQuug einer Seftimmung, eintd 
@tbotcä obei einft Sitte ent^Slt: It «»s retolved that «e 
tkanid kex)t oor pictorei dona too (Goldsm., Vic. 16.). The Fbf- 
Ittment resolved that all pictnrei . . skould be bvrufd (Macadl., H. 
of £. I. 158.). Bit fsther begged that overy year he wauU prt- 
ml him with «ucb a volume (Lbwes, G. I. ^8.). She . . implored . 
be wobU her dying wish altend (Ta. Campbeli^ Theod ir). SBenn 
bie It^tgenannten gstfe fic^ Bon ben «fleren unteift^eiben , fo ent» 
fpiei^en btibe gUii^mügig einem frQ^ei gebrauchten SonjunfttD, bef[en 
tn EngCif^en ncibnnlelle ^oxm bur$ biefe Umfi^reibuna trfeQt 
Darb, isel^e eine entft^tebenert ^inbtutund auf bie 3u^titt bot. 

SaS 3[It(. gebroni^t in S^nlii^en ^SKni bie Umf ((rcifiiiiig , ntifi mit 
Oeseijognng im« ahoEde, shonid: Shipmen and shepheideB . . ^uun by 
du walkne Wli>t ihpld» hetiite (P. Pixiucsn. p. 316.). He layd thon 
ilmtd d^tpyte Both« me, and byi cotiiniAnii4ement [Tottk, M. p. 60.). 
Aftronomieiu . . TbM «hilont wanied bifore Whae tJwlde foMe after ( P. 
iixnxmM. p. S16.). I ne wolde noat TbAt thoa tfae thuldat ipille 
(Wbicdt, Aiiec4 p. 12,). Aod bedeo tbat men iholde Keptn it fro 
Dyght comeiü (P. Plouchm. p. 404.). Hü laore . . {tat he ne uolde in 
her lond in noD marero lykue (B. of Gr., I. 239.). ©atb^. fejj wUstena 
Tel [latt Jua Criit To inaTine cumenn <Ao0de (Oru. 10324.). I wollde . . 
itt all Eimglinhe lede Wil>t> cre thoUde Utlenn <ib. Dedic. 134.). Annd 
b«U tact DwnD hemm tfioOde tlan (Orm. 8089.). 3)ae agf. gebrannt 
tf>m hm Xmianttio bcs ^tSteritnin Bon btt 3>itinift na4 Serben bei 
Ssiflellnng, bcr aultiec unb bei !QiIl(na5ugcrnng; CtU, 
tii •ceadena men eallntu heora eaforam äfter nddan vurde on rorulde 
(CsDM. Ji46.;. S6d ne gdffde, {lät tuBre iprfM« spSd /o^Twfe (2377.). 
Fal oft beätedan Ht mic oe gedalde nemne de£d ftiia, STiht ellei (Con. 
Eiov. 442, 32.). Be andsTare fram hmn B&lgan G&ete onfEDg, ^t he 
itU oe gaäve hUton he et Drjhten Criet gesive (Luc. 2, 26.). Ic 
tfbr Uu mlnnm fider {dt ic hine hLm ongfin tA him brohl« (Gkh. 44, 
U.). s«^ fulfi aiu^ {^en ni^t fdttn bit ttnf^mtoiB mit »ciiluii And 



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^faUn Int hk( i^ergiii toeotde (S>z. C». 10S3.). TailJ* miLd itode 
[Mit be mid iviogLaD iceaide [>& beda and f^ tiiiUa«8B» lii» ItaiHMB 
Aw«j'an (Bed« 477, 43.)i Bt|oiibn( fnilii^ bei ^aU)t(a|^, Bxtt^ cnu 
Bor^beftimmuns ober StiümSSufitniiig tnt(a1tm: Be Ttteg> EUeremiu 
viMgode be ]acie lanh^lk t>cM'i t*'' 1^ teeoldm . .gentean bÜHC «talliDe 
(A.-S. HowL. II. 8S.}. Crkt Tolda [ilit m&ne|^ Tftegan . . tetoldon balijaa 
ht* tA-cyme (I. 10.}. Bit t&j irb gewt-.^l [>' ^ nihtos txnftteda 
»«eoUon bmgau ina geirei lainh ndd heoni ejhlt (I. 140.}. Bir 
bebeid m ejus {*■* '■■*'' uaatda cfer «»9 Aitgel-ejmii idpa fibtfle« 
oyrnm (Sii. Cbk. 1008.). 

b) 3>aniit borf bie Umf(^teibung M ffenjunttiö in ginalfS((n )it> 
fammtngtfttQt teeibnt, wtldK cbtnfo mic Scjit^ng auf tiM jufinifl 
»DIR ©tanbimiilte bti Strgangenlieit ui« ^obm. 2>ifjt 9tebtnfS^ 
^ben j»at oft bit Umfi^rcjtiinig mit might ((. itoniKtittib), 
bO^ QUI^ namentlif^ bic mit ibontd: But that he tk»mld he madt 
mBttifest to Urael , t barafore am I come baptiitng witli wiiter 
(JOHD I, 3t.). It waa necoMary for ber, tbe «aid, tft tah« boidb 
■usteaaDC«, lest n fiiilura of her bodily itrength ikotM dtprett 
ber apiritR on tha morrow (Udme, U. of E. 47). ©e aiM^ hä 
leat ita^ aStrbtn bri Offerte« u, a.: But be wm noat enragod leit 
auch An Bceideiit limdd ehanee t» toncb Up«D bia fnUiTe pedigtea 
(Byb-, UaMpfin). . 

Zift iltnt &pTa^t ^Bt utnl^TtiBflibt gi'^inni bitfcr Hirt nrif ihoidd mb 
wonid. (albf. {)Bt ha dndcn at for t^n fnt Kaddsn {aeoMtnT) «citUm 
laoai man, [MBnen [te king wcoren dad, danan of hii «eorken (Lajam. 
L 303.). Ne dunle |ier na »an ipekeD ItaCa {ib kiog hii »oUe owratot 
(II. 634.). 6g McfStiTt aai^ bat Xgf.: Hvl ^one fuUoda Johannear 
For])i ])ät he icto/de Ciüt/uU^on (A.-S. Hqkii.. I. 4G.). )>& com Spaihafbc 
■bb' tu bim td [»d f«' ho hloe Aä^jan leaolde t& b. IntA Luadeae (Saz. 
Chr. lOSl.). Ferda anärimedUcD folc mid Tlfan and cjldan tß {il [At 
bt uppon IiKdena I>ei5dan vinnan votdon (t096,). 

c) %Kelfi]4 t"'*^ biefc Uuift^itibun^ int ^^pot^ettf^tH Safa^effigc 
Dettoenbd, isD fk füjj {»»»^l im ^fluiptfotc al8 im 92t6cn^(c fu' 
brt, uenn bie ßanblung, fei «& olS SB<bi]ii(i»ig obn oU golgt, 
uii^t btTtt!titficl)t unb auf bit @tgtHttMn mb ßnl^ff^f iK>m 
@li>iib))iiiittc bt£ ^ebcKbtv aufl, Iwjd^ ifl. Onfoftm ahonld nnb 
wouM an fli^ betiaf^ttt $rStrnta fmb, »nrbtn fit ^trr g(ti^ bcn 
^frotlrrtift^ temtiibetm ^räterittn be^anbflt, ntib tcirfrn aE9 Son» 
innftiöc: If luity love ahemld go ia qoest of beaiity, wfaeri) «ko«U 
he Jtai/ it fairer Ihan in Bland)? (Shakbi-., John 2, 2.) Theae 
high'aimed darti of deiith, and thcse alooe, Should 1 eotttcl, my 
qniver would bt füll (l'ouvo, N. Tb. 5, 10:22.). 1 aAmiU aot bt 
»urprited if wo thould Antte another puir of turües at tb» Hall 
(Ibtikg, Biacsbr. H., Love-Symptonia). It vosM 6r an intMmating 
and memontbl« eircnmiiiinca In tbe chFonieles of Capid, if tbia 
«park of tho tendcr pHsaion . . liavld agani be fvMiti into a flame 

. Ob.). SJie bit(t gormnt im SBc^fri mit teni ^rStmtnm unb 
^luequamBerfcftinn auftrrtfn, ifl oben tncl^fa^ terü^rt. %Üiu 
SBeii^fet bitfer gormeu geboren bie futurif^en iitSbefonln-f btni 
$dUptfa^e an, nie in: If jou had aeen the miieriei of tha warld, 
you YtoiUd knov bow to Talue jooi preaeol atata (Joens. , Baaad. 



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S.), gM^ Um fmtijBfHe^ fMenumtm ffmbltloiMSB, btc fSMioa 
im altfratijBfif4(n mi) bem nttoifafif ^Sufig juram. 

Siiiirfn «ufttrttirt* ©*S< t"fft« P* oft a»f Hntri^Wße obtt 
m^Stt §l^t^ttif<:^( Co^gt^QC jiFTfl^^en: I *&cmU rtjoict axm 
it 'Ibü bappj newi, And now mj «igbt faila and m]' bnin » giddjr 

(Sbauf,, II Heniy IV. 4, 4.), nnb fo ^ufig slioEild in fragen: 
Bat ihomld tbey moi« joa fight?..Bnt «AowM foar eonnge /oitf 
(Plakchb, Fortunio 1, 1.) b. i. attv ttie tDÜtt c8, tvenit IC — 
9nbnS beritten fi^ t^^S^ '"'^ should unb would, in btnm eine 
nh^ mit btr borgefagtni SDtttitung brt Stcbenbm SEe»{»ftinnn(nbe 
ÄBtUKirt abgeuc^rt loirb: A worid who wEw/tf not pnrebaie with 
• bniiae, Or rauch aioro grieTOm p«in? (Miltok, P. L. 10, 500.) 
And wherefore rkoutd ibeaa good news inaka me aickP (Shaesp., 
n Henry IV. 4, 4.) Wb; «AohM yoa mtpecl ms? (Pikld., Miaer 
3, 9). Vfhy gkosid 1 go into moorning for a man I naver uv? 
(6cLw., Monej 1, 2.) ^iet loiib ein in bie Sergongetr^t berltg* 
tel Sletit) bei Soaen« obei; SS^eOfti« gefoibert, sbtDo^I bte grode 
mSi fflr bic ®tgeiitDart i^re Säebentttng ic^filt. @erabejn in bit 
Straanatn^eit i>tr(e(jt i(l bet On^ft bon fragen Wie: Where the 
deril thould he ((■nrit our languige? (Shaksp., Temp. 2, 2.) b. i. 

Ud fdlltt (Tonnte, motzte) et unfere @^ta(^e tevnen? 
eba tDo mag et geietnl |a&en? And at lut, whom lAouU tbey 
tmd n« but ■ CBpacdinf (Coleh., Picc 1, 2) b. I- teen foll« 
Itn fie mir fenben? ober Wen fanbten fie mit? — Iba 
Snfantoien^ang oDein bmnag bariiber Sluffc^lug ju otben , tib bie 
nnrft^TeiSenbe gönn glet<l| efttem $t3teritum in blei^ergatigen^eit 
inrücfttitt, übet bem son^unltib beffet&en ä^nli^ in fcaS fututifc^c 
Setiet acADgen toirb. 

S>at Selrauc^ biefet; Uutl^refbung (n ^^ot^lifiien ftittgtfllgffl titf^ 
kfa frt^ im SBtalfllif^en: Woch oaaaen uofA« jou eoTM, jyf je hem 
•MT' Mmc ? (B. ov Ol. I. 216,}, Fo* ho to «ere an hej bi a ■lerre, if 
U( «o iiÜ3Ce hoo, So moch« aiidt the oräie Cft«M«Aa tbat he ne wholde 
Um aojt i-«eo (Viu^f^, Pop. f^eat. p. 133.]' ^ lewad tnen knewe 
lUt iMfn, Xhei HwÜa foic «hem thai ](■*« (P, PLonomt pw S14.J. 
^ thei drookan it openly, thei tehalde btn repreved (Maund». p. I4I.J. 
Aad he tbcB Cinhe »huldgo H« icoJd dyitroy our« laj (Towti, M. p. 1S0,), 
ITb&j je alle mtent to me, This bar^an ihuid be itrykifn auona (ib.). 
Yt maiinTs ■o'vle milde lAyde in helle, Betwcn God and man evyr xiude 
ha ijrynoa (CoT. Myst. p. 109.]. @o fh(t Me Uintc^6inis <ui(^ in 
ku|UlUen Ca^Stfilgttl : I acAoIde noght äine asTEn daiee Sigjea 'hem aUe, 
ThM lyreden thm (F. Flodobm. p. 318.), uit i« bcn ohn tot^ttOl 
fiasqi: Whare wAoAJe attnßTidi awich a fread? (ib. p. 304.) Shuld 
fVe <"! plog''? (To«n. M. p, 7.) Om &d)t 6?p«6ett(i^en Sulueliise 
Wirt int ^\i[. unb Äaf- bif|tr ©ebrnu^ Immtr [tltenet; flI(i^Wo61 pnbai 
tel V^m hn Kgf. anfange bet Urterttagung auf ein geMUffenca ©aft« 
gefige: Gif ge an geakTcn hTclce idüs f)Bt rsre hl&ford of 6flre oif«, 
aad ntie him dtaiaa, asd nidde hie äfUr gafole, ha vaaderBc soffZe cdt 
>ii >ac<vif (BoBTH. t«, s.) |. 3, b). 3tt giitgen ift bie Umf^ietbung 
xi^ ntStUu^g; Bvl do leeo&fa mc fli^'an fäger mndf (Bosm. 14, I.) 
d) vis eine Uraff^tdSnnB W «flen Buturum bei ©ergangen^eit ip 
«sA ba« ^ifilttiluttt Mit h mit bem dnfinitib beS Sßta^ene 
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'XiK^t ^Ta3fi)xa\i zti^t felbj! ntitei als bit ütlffa bejubelte, icdAc 
fi^ mtifl ber tonjunttJDifi^en Üuffaffune fügt, ma^ttnb burc^ bie Um- 
ferrifiiina mit bem ißtrb bev fctyttnj foBo^I in ^flu^Jtfdfent aÜ tn 
iRebenfägcti bn Onbifatin tait ber SEcniunttic gum S^til in entft^tbenri 
gotm «lögeprägt ifl: The lUj was now come whon po<w Hevt- 
fiee vas io ruffer in ignomiDiouB death (Field., Jon. Wild 4, 6.). 
E would I Mxro to die witb Salubiiry (Shaksp^ I Henry VI. 1, 5.). 
She stipulated witb hw BerrnDts that they loere not to trombU h» 
wich afflicting news (Lkweb, G. I. 12.). Sie ^Ot au<^ itt ^^ 
l^ctif^en Sä^en i^ic ©ttde: H^«re I (o ^ again, Bladsm, I wodU 
not wish a beCter father (Shaksp^ John 1, l.). I sbould veij im- 
perfccüy execate tbe buk which I bave undertaken tf I tuen merelj 
to trtat of battles and aiegas (Macaol., H. of E. I. 3.); elUptifi^: 
Ah ! air Lnclus, if you icere to hear boir abe talks of yoa (Sexbid, 
Riv. 2, 2.). If thig Üantoo uerc to bunt your meahworkl (Cai- 
LTLB, Freach Bevol. 3, 6, 2.) 

9ttc. And aaked whaC bire aiai Io doa (Aua. 4S7.). fialbf. He Midi 
beom Kleb« jere wb( beom to enfnen vxor* (Lajam. I. StlS.). flg[. 
ni Kgannon batrux him eme^n, hvylc of lum >äl tö dönne vsre (Lv«. 
22, 23.). Sßflt. flt. Tic apa «ij ig ai™» e toE™ uiXX«. »pöfftriu,. 

UebiigtnS [. dnftnitib. 3)t( Gtintiibung in ^4))i>l^ti{4tn ©filjen fi^ 

tn frO^n 3t<t niift bclitbt jn fein. 
9.X)aä gtueite ^uluium btr Sngangen^tit bejei<^net bom ©tanb' 
))un(te bti Sergangcnt^tit aufi eine in ber 3"tt"ift »oHeubete ^säf 
(unn. 

a) Suler^Ib btS ^^iiot^tHf^tn ©a^vei^ältniffeS flt^t cd icfonbere in 
92cbenfä^cn- 

I thoDght I «AoiiM ha-Be teen aome Herenles . . thia ii • cbiM 
(Shakbp., I Henry VI. 2, 3.). I look'd he fAouU kmt ie»t um 
two and twenty yards of satio, and he seoda me security (II Henry 
IV. 1 , 2.). WeU did I hope Thia danghter mould Aom MM mj 
Utter daya; That I ibonld liva to aee tbo «orld'a wonder (Bowi, 

Fair F«iiit. 4, 1.}. 3)a« SDet^ltnig be4 9l<bmfa^ iß ifitt ia 
SBefentli^en }loar baffetbc, mit bei bn Senuenbimg bt« fluhpiUB' 
)>eifett in biefem ^"('■'''■""■^'"'fif (f- $Iaeqnain|icift(t l-)t 
tai) tuiib bic Stfiiljii^t auf bie Sruartung ber Sonenbung itt bn 
Butunft entf^iebtner ^{rborflt^oben. 5Die Sejie^ung ifl ba^ei Ww 
anbeie als in Sätzen nie: Never, ah never mon ahall thia den 
head Be pillow'd on tbe beart tbat ihoulä Aom thelttr'd And hu 
betray'd (8vi.w., Lady of Lyona 4, 1.). 

fle^nlii^ Bietet bal Site.: Wendest tbat wrntcr Wotd» Aon j/hitii 
trere (P. Flovobm. p. 6t.). 

b) 3in ^^pot^etif^en ©a|aefüge fie^t biefe Urnft^rdfinng anf fctt 
@tufe beä ^^))i)t^etif(^en ^luequampttfeftum unb bient jnx ^Vt- 
ßeHnnQ beJTen, V>ai ber SeTgongen^eit als boQenbet ange^ifri fyAa 
Mibe, aber nur als Dotau^efegt ober bebingt nnb jng(»(^ ^ 
umDirltit^ auägef^ro^ uHib. m tcec^feft ia^n av4 mit be> 
^fudquamtwTfemim. 

fVonid tbe word Euewell Aaw lengAem'd hoan, Aod added yaan 
to hia abort baniahnuit, H« wtoaU Aast had m voluine of &mdb 

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l.t.'ftSb... 2). 3rittt. in frflb. . . 'galgt b. 3cftf. b. Signit». n. StTg. 99 

(BsAisp, Biefa. n. 1, 4.). Ithould not hmt Aoaghl tt % foke, bad 
joa not told mo (Goldsu., Vic. 15.)- We should not kam hm 
tbtra kt au, if ve bad not been hj'pocritOE (DicxK((8, M. Cbnulew. 

I, 8.). 

ffio fein boirpfinbiflrt ^^iJOt^dif^e« ©a^gefflge »criieat, oWdfd 
[14 am^ bicfc Umf^rdbintQ oft ale auf tin bcrflftiteä ®tfüge 
iratnib. 

qThit ntost bave been a great balm to jour sore hononr," — 
„It wai — Max, my bonour vould havt died witbont it." (BoCB- 
aciCLT, Loiid. AssDranee I.). He mHrried, as you wovid haet 
iott — married one whose onlj dower wbi penary and carel 
(BuLW^ MoQey ö, 4.) We have enjoyed what almost eteiy other 
Mtion in tbe world woiHd iavt eotuiderrd as bd ample measnTQ of 
tiTÜ ind religiona freedom (MACADt-, HJat. of E. I. 276.). W« 
w«re all hypocritea t'other dflj. I am suie I feit that to be 
■gt«ed lipon among üb, or I ifunddn't kavt caüed you one (DlCKBSa, 
M. ChnzElew. 1, 8.). 

3m 81t(. niib btcfc Umfc^Tcibung Btfonbne hn ^in>»'^<ifi^ni GaCfl'f S' 
WtHnM: Be Acild haf venged hii fadere, if he bad haoed mygbt 
(LuGTorr I. 15.]. And if thei koatbe hin y-carped, By CritC! u I 
BowB, Tlwi voU« have y-ftd that folt {P. Ploucb«, p, 313.). ^ I 
iaäde had companye and Bchippynge, for to go mora bejQode, 1 trowa 
«Clin certayn, that vee icho^ kave »een alle the rouadneua of the 
bmamsni (Maohdkv. p. IBI.). Myghte iciieo have y-foimde a knyf, 
H«o Mxidt have tpiOed hire lyf (Alu. 1061.). 

Sngtci^ finM fit llf^ b«, nu bei juxitt Sag bt« ©cffigM wrttanbdt 
rtcr Bnftift t^: Be wiMe have tlagn hia brother also, bat he deyede 
»iejnly (Mauitdev. p. 89.). To hare »avyde ihj lyffe I umid have 
rertfd vith my laodei (Perct, Bei. p. 4. I.). Seynt Katrin I >hold 
ioK tonght, Wekyd veden tae heder hath brooght (Tokbkht 21GS.). 

3m ^aI6(., wo baS flueqnainiKifctt \d g^Tau^t airb tcie im %%\., 
r|l büft tltnli^rtibnng nii^t btlitbt. 3>in> Huebnidt beB gutunim ciactum 
tn SciBangnitrit genügt btm Hgf. baS ^Tütevituni : pone vnde gelogode 
IT& iri he hit Tulde habban t6 hia auna bilrnytte syddan he ifftlagen 
nri£ (Gut. 22, B.), b. X. na^btm tx (vf^lagen frin «ütbt 3n 
kl V^fttttf^en Sa^ügirag fti^ cBtnfaQe bae ^tfitnitnin, uit beim 
9fat«l>(in))erfettuin btmnft \% Qiet finbrt fid^ inbtffni an^ *olde mit 
hm 3B^iti» beg frSfen«, tao bn Sfi\»ja.vtraifi.m lat ixovit g^ntuitun 
ttr Seiganstn^ na4 mobemti Xtit^auungetoeire feibetn toüib«: pät 
■ofde pynean (woald have been thonght) Tundocllc deatn men t>e od 
dgla-lände Täa, gif «nig kt ^ijh ucde (had said) [liit hit ar& geTordan 
KtMt (Sil. Chk. 1051.). 

Kä rine Umft^rnBung befl gutnntm ejactum btr StTganaen^i 
bnn^ boe ^lätetihim von be mit einem dnftTtitib be^ ^etfett mog 
Bau Stenen anfe^en tuie: I ti>a« to have bem of that party; bnt — 
(G*T, Begg. Op. 2, 1.). 



( ^t'tfotmtn btr 0tgtnnart unb !ßttianstn1ttit 

3)ie golgt b«r 3d^f'"^»>'x <t ©äQen, teel^e im gciimmatif^en Bu* 
m^ange mit titunbct flehen, ^Sngt t^eiI8 oon bem jeitlit^en vei« 
iffc b(T bcagefltlltcn S^tigttiten ju einonber, t^tilS bon bem ©lanb.« 



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puni^t ab, uriAcit bec Xtbesbc jn i^nen riimtmtiit ^M SDoitlii^ 
ha o^ieftbui SütocrbältniifeS bei ^anbliuigen mug gtlva^rt tKibeii, 
Kcbct iAo<l^ btr SStc^fcl b(« fubjeltitieit @tanbt)unhrt ttü S^cbabcn ia 
flermgwim Dbec ßraficKm IDlaüße (tri flwfiea ifi, infomeit tin fep 
genorbti^n ^pn^ibiaud} ber i^etonf^ni grci^eit Itinen 8U£rn<^ t^nt 

3in <Snaiifc^(n trSgl bn SJtitufl tntfd)i(ben oiiBaiprfig^ter ftonjind* 
tioformcn UefEntlit^ ju bem Ueberganoe auS bett ßtitformtn bn Oeseif 
iDart in bie ber SecganQen^t bei, loaqeii bet @))ra4ge&Taii4 jum 2:^- 
b^e^gt ^at, tnfofem a bie fubietticc S^>^bung unb bie Sebingl^eit bc0 
Öni^alteS in bem 3i>^'''It'^^<<t ^'^ 9?ebenbtn in bie SeTaangeR^it gn 
eilennen getto^nt i^ SnbereTfeitS cfifert a^n bo^ CEnglif^e bie S&eii' 
taägigleit bei Bntfomun bcr Dbjeltivität unb ^Cnft^nli^teit be< 3nt- 
»ec^ältniffeS unb geuinnt babiu($ eine molerift^e SBiibing, tee(4e an- 
btren ©piac^en abigc^t. 

3)ec ^e^fel be« ©tanb^untte^ ift am SlatJhUd^flen ia gramwattT^ 
Dettnft)]ften ^auptfä^en, ba ^\n bie einjelnen (SÖfe tocC« an einanbn 

Engen, uSbrenb bei bei: innigtien Serbinbung Den $iui))t> mtb Sieben- 
gtn iai veriaflen bei im ^au^tfoQe dnaenommenen StanbfmittcS 
c^ter auffSOt, ttobuii^ abet aatff jngbii^ tqttotif^c SSebxggränbe bcc 
Ktoeif^ung^ me^i ^eruortieten. 

Xa Wt6)\H ber Beitfotnten in ^autttfO^en i|l o6en nu^Tfat^ berührt 
UDTben; toir ^bm ^ier nui bie ®(Mte)]iniTte aufjufu(^en, na(^ bencn 
bie B^tfo"*"" ™ i^"!^ Xufeinanberfolge int ®a{)gefaae ju benrt^rci* 
len Hub. 

1.33er Stebeabe (ann inneibalb beS iBa^ge^gcfl in Seji^tmg faaf «He 
^{^tigleiten benfeUen @tanb)>unlt anne^en. 
a) Sc fonn bemnai^ für aDc 3^fitiglrilen ben Stanbeunft feinet 
unmittelbaren @egenttaTt maoggebCTib toetben laffen, fo bog 
im ®atjgcfage baS ^r5\ttt9, baS ^erfefl unb bie Kutute Xttx 
©egentoart xtai) Sßaaggabe bn oSiettioen 3<>tt}e^tn{(Ie mit 
einanbn ju »et^Feln »erin5gtn. Ku(^ bn ÖmDevativ rnitg jn 
biefen ^fitfonnen geiei^net tseiben. 

GiH oiit you ort of Epitlftmnum, Lost that jout good* too sooa 
6« coneieate (Shaxsp., Com. of Err. 1, S.). Ue hat lait^ an ^d 
countr]' aeftt and refiätd it; and paMtd and plattend it, antil it 
looki not nntike hu own manufactor]' (Irviko, Bracebr. H., EngL 
Gntvit}'). If ha ever marry again, t Vänk be will »kma his reapsct 
to the aainUd Maria by marrying a talack woman (Bui-w^ Moner 
1, 2.)- 

Site. I lAo/ htrkntn and ütMi) stille, That Ihon haut iM. And if 
tbat thoa me (ejleil >kil 1 ihal d<ni afber thi «il (Whiobt, Anecd. p. S.). 
And jee ichuMe nndirslonde, that I hast put Ihia boke oat of Latfo ioto 
FreoBche, and trantlaUd it ajen oat or Freiwche into Engljasche, thai 
ererj man of mj nacioan ma,y nndintonde it (Mai'Ndev. p. S.). Vof. 
Ts AaMad oft geh^rd t>ät men hälad ^jiT\e däg geirei däg, srjlce Im 
dig r^rmMt t§ 00 ge£re« ymbryne (A,-8. Ho»».. I, 99.)' Ffti* tiaiine 
iHt hit Adlie aum betitle gSd guti^ed, fionne hit h^d gtmitmen. {tia 
folcm Siecunga (Boeth. it, S.). 

S)at Sn^arten auf bitfem etanbpunfte (fl in einem gcttiflen Satii^ bexcA* 
tiat unb gtlSufia, .nameniltc^ abrc ffli bie tnd^Ieqbe Sst|l(I(uiig unjuTticbntb, 
M ted^ untbic Unbübniig f^ ber sEielltO'jelUi^en Huffaffung entfi^JIgt 



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IftfKb... S>. 3(it». ttl frJb, . . §o(ae&-Sritf.b. «(g«m).ii.en;9. lOJ 

VfSu Ut tuafUBitafi, aa4ft iie fan KMia It» 9teb(nteti UcgoAe 
SergaitgenBcit o^ne bit (£iiiatifi!^ung fdned imnaliattt @taiib< 
pnilW im KuS0)Utgepintfte ^t, fann bo« in ienn ©p^Sie ®(di:^ 
idtige, Vi^enbete aber m>n ber ^utunft gmortett bnr^ M frS* 
tcritnA, boe ^IneqnampeTfeTtnin unb bie gittuit bet 
Str^an Qcti^tit Sejdqntt iMrbai. 

%(iri tbaa but lAoojt tlij Uesd, or maile a pause, when I »pak* 
d^T; wbi^ I purporei. . Deep ahame Aoif ttnak m« damb (Sbaxsp., 
John 4, 3.)- ^o Boooer And Ifaey reacked thv greco tban thof 
^iöBtnged tbe heroes of tho da; to new ttfals of strength and . 
■e&ntf (rRTlS'o, Braeebr. H., Mny-Day). Tha fog and ftt»t aa 
fan^ abont tbe blaek old gatieway of the houae, thnt it tftmtd aa 
ir tiiB Gennos of tKe Weather fa( in moarnftil medlcation on the 
th]:«ahoM (DiCBEKS, ChriBtTD. Car. I.). I tien^ht I ne'ar ikovld 
*M tb; hce again (Lonof. I. 138.). 

XUc. And nhan he feile that he tcKoTJ« dy«, h« ienle aftre hii initro . . 
■lad wbaD thd ver« eeutai, he leet coiamande bem to jtriionn, and than 
Im teyde to Hl« natre, he wiM« wel, ihatmen or the coätree woMa 
■Ute no SThre for hb dethe (Mauühkv. p. 89.). ^af6f. And t>e king 
Adbe ^ ^n (Iiat?) hine i^fede, fnt whar ewa heo mHUen Snde Brntte* 
r IAucd' lande, paX hine anan fjopen oder mid honen le-drojen, baten 
Kt nbben Mofdim hia Hf in ^aldcnne (Lajah. DI. 177.}. Xgf. SddUoe 
M^ ÄbnihUf^ Fiider Atvitde his incennedan Sami . . tb ^am Jadgiacum 
Mee, t&t h! tteotdon «nst, gif ht voldon, tS ftiUahte bQgAn (A.-S. BouCh 
KX It!.)- pi ne mÜM ae papa {lät geliaQan ^eSüi [le he ealliHiMaj foi 
fan {m [i& Romatiiscan ceaatOTgevaraD midon get^fjan t*^ '^ gelogen 
tDan , and grft gebogen IftreAv I>t barh ealhinge forltu and ara fjTlen 
nicrid genantt (IT. 131.}. 

S)K ber äu^tt cmcr en^ctbmg Dbn autfagt, tnlft» no4 fn bf( 
nmttxnaK @eg«ttiMTt bcB Kebcnbtn ^Intinrri^t, 'n bic S^ft^^rt bct 

ri^at)« inTfidwTleet )u »erben l^^egt, ijt @. 69. berührt. Kuä) ift 
71. ber StetentOy S''''"^'' '>* ''"^™ ^'^ ">' ^'' ®es'""><>i^ ""b Bufitltt 
iqi^raer a^tiglcttJteavW -in bie 3eitfp6Sre be« ©aiiptfaftfa etjoaen Wirb. 
»ie ffhnniWuBs bei futjeWoen ©tanfepunltee beB Stbenbeii tp in ber 
festen ©prat^t um felleiilien; fh I((}t Itjon ein me^ refteWrenbea 3elt. 

IDttSlebenbc Faun jebo^ btn Stanbpunlt, luel^en et ju ber an«« 

r^aaten Ibätideit einnimmt, inner^atb bee ©aea^flflfö "u^ ber- 
Bbein. Eiefer EBedifet ift %iI8 bie golge BelDußter, tiSlOEilen t&lf 
mx Säisei^ung, t^eite eine« an t^ gereditfeTtiaten Sprac^ebrau^efi, 
fttitt ber StQc^H^eit unb 9Ja^täf|lgteit ber 9(ebe, wet^e in i^rem 
«q^Rc ni^t bie ütei^ ber folgenben ®ä$e überblidte unb E>erit<I< 

3>m 9Raa6fia6 fßt bie 3eitformen bea ©aftgefügea enthält ber 
^auptfo^; ber Ue^ngang aiid ber tn i^w anaeaebenen B^iUt'^äTe <l> 
bU etatttfibeir^enbe ijl ba^er eine freiere iBefanbtuns beS Sieben' 
lote», 
a) 2kr Sttbentw ton» au« ben B^tfctnien ber ©eflenicart in fcte 

ber Vergangenheit aberge^. ~ 

») J)er Uebergonft «u8 bem ^rSfeitS SetterfftelWflt P4 am notfte» 
rnWe«, tttnn fc«3n^«(t be»«Äe«(ftfte« eineHiatMe bet »er. 



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103 n.!Ct- SBoTt- u. ealgfOsmie. Lfßf^n. ffioitfaginig. L etftU^ b. €««(1. 

Pgen^dt ift, wd^t an unb für fli^ jum ©(gtnjlanbe ber 3)at- 
ung tDtrb, 

S>tee ifl ^uflg in ERelaliefä^en bet gaU: TUa ü ths 
blcKidieit sh&ma..That ever wall-e^'d wrath, or stariug rage, 
Pre»ented to the teare of soft ramorie (Shakbf^ John 4, 3.). I 
terve the king, On vhoae emplayment I «oof tent to yon (Leu 
2, 4.}> I """' '■ot forget tbe two song of this wpiriag ci^z«D, 
wbo coma to 'churcli in a dashing rurricie (Ibving, Sketcb B^ 
Coantry Church). It is thia whkh in latar yeare peiplestd hi* 
jadges (Lkwes, G. I. 42.)- t jbMw not what he ihoughi (Shbkid. 
■ Knowleb, Virgin, 1, 1.). Äübn« iji biE Serttenbung brt ?Iii«» 
quamperfettum nait) btm $täfenS, toä^ienb e« auf ein boranä' 
gtfttJled Präteritum lMi[d: Aa when s gryphon . . Pw-juet th« 
ArimAapiao, irho by stoalth Had froni his walceful CDBtodj ptar- 
hia'd The guarded gold; lO eagerly the Fiend . . punoea hia 
way (MiLT., P. L. 2. 943.). 

Hltc And ibUfaäeIh tp th« foder That formed oi aUa (P. Plovchm. 
p. Slaq.). Ther nii non of Iholke threo th&t hadd« eoi woande Thal 
erer-eft i-heled b«o (Wriobt, Vop. TreaC. p. 133.). And I eammamtd 
that it fieiffaf, Take wbich yc wille, but n^h not tbat (Towh. H. p. 6.). 
I «lull go Unto m; Lord, tharo I tarn Cio (ib.). Ocftcr ftt^t bat 
^SttTttum im AoniunHi», minbn (omtt nai^ antiltr Sitfi^uimgAtwife: 
Xpocriiie it semeth; The which in Latyc li hkned to a doi^elüH 
'Äat vere bi-moieed with anow, And (nakes nicbinDB (F, FixnjOHM. 
p, SDl.). 3gf. t/fim fort>1 gte/enUtean Iiianm men, ^e oda gthtelei 
Eraui Criite (A.-S. Hohil. I. IbS.). HQ ne eort f" ■« man ^ on 
mbire BC{lle vnre 4^eij and galared (Boeth. 3, 1.). 

SDtefcr Uebcrgaiig ifl alei^faüd ^Sufig, too bit gegeniDcirtigc 
Sorfieltniiö, aSatfiellung ober »etracfttuiig be« »ebot- 
beit eine a(ge^ct)lDtIene Sergangent^eit jum ©tgenflanbe ^at. 

I rrpmt that I interrvpled thee (Johns., Raasal. 8.). T m «otrf 
that five good miles he rade (Scott, L. Minstr. 2, 3i.). Ooit 
thou remembtr When firet we niÄi? (Losgf. I, 138.) Ctm yoa 
gites* nb; I uuu a miser? (Bulw., Caitons 15, 1.) 

Hltc. And thci ««yn, that Maiye ttai taughte oC thc aiigel (Maukdet. 
p. 132.]. Wel ye -vifen .. That Fala ia feithlcaa, And tikol in hiae 
werkea, Ami viaa n baatarde y-bore (P. Ploughh. p. 35 aq.). 1 repenia 
fuUe aore that cver I made man (Town. M. p. 230. Sgf. Hfl ne vAM 
jia |)at ttn heora nUnne se gehrorteat? (Bogt», li, 1.) Btkf Mut 
DU ^äa T«loDdeB bin, Odde hra hvät dq hvRr hl tuaront (ib. 1.9.) 

Su<$ in abvec^iaten 9ie6enffi^en anbertr Srt (ann ein 
bergangeneS <Sreignig bur(^ eine ßeitform ber filergangen^t 
ernannt »erben. 

And I am I, howe'er I via» legot (Sbaksp., John 1, 1.). It 
ü äo long aiDce I had the bonour of seeing you , that you do 
not recoUect me (Fikl»., T. Jon. 18, 6.). Indeed, I believe h« 
promoteM it chiefly becanae it icaa one of tbe chotce recre«tiana 
in thoaa daya of yore (iRVUta, Bracebr. B., Storj Tclliog). I 
tay the tjile aa 't tcaa »aid to me (Scott, L. Minatr. 2, 23.). 
Vu^ bad eine anbenseitige Setmittlung bDraufife^ettbe flu^uau» 
1)ttfc(t (otnmt bidtoeilen bor : I jU tha aqalre ia» not ao ob. 

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distarbed mn iodiilgeiice ia bis faamoEira u I had iwiijwii 
(Ibvmo, Bracebr. H., Engl, GraTity). 

Kit. The lond ü muled and faUeti, sithe Oi« gemeres uen moda 
(Mmwdbt, p. 58.). For-Ehi I »eye, u I leide er {P. Funnou. p. SS,). 
Bot lomt ji^ u jt did befiunia (Towir. U. p. 199.). ^oltf. Sa bit 
11 Tmbe eeoae jero t>at Im teerm hera (Lajah. I. 21*.). Bgf. Geöhit 
tu DD |ii>t [d rihtrtean nnf lUe and foijirjcce Ibc |>am h) tänam w ill»» 
voUon folgän? (Boeto. 3, 4.) feih >u na fiec ile >oime t>ii mer«, 
ne earl pu t>cili e&Ues of j^ e&rde Urifea (a, I.). Ha ii zfin iTi 
be vlu (Cod. Eiob. 334, 1.). 

8« bem ^i(lorif(4en trafen« toerben in SleBenffigm MS' 
iDdltn 3tttfi}riiHn ber Sergängcn^rit gebtaut^t, utt fit btm ^S« 
fnttunt entftJTt^en ttürbnt. 

Bat irben he kad piU Ihem all out, he takith tbe fktli«r and 
tha mother of the danuel, aad them tbat were witb hü», aod 
aUrretk ia wbera the damiel uai lylng (Uark. ö, 40.). Aod 
wben they ernte oigb to Jerusalem . . he gendeli forth two of hii 
diieiptes (Mark. 11, 1.). Tbe day when the Gaondiae propoted 
to ^dacree bim aceiued" . , tiani proposei to bave Ikem „decreed 
iMaoe." {CAM.T1.B, Frencb Rerol. 3, 3, 3.). 

Z)Kft Ung(tJi$m5gigt«t i^ bn aitnm Stitai^t trttrig giiaitflg. -Jn 
bn ClibtUlbäFtbuiiS fc^Iiegt fl^ bn 3Stä)\tl bei äeitfotm ait btn an» 
4<f^nt 3^(^ an, namentlich Uo atfolutc ^aiticitiim billig bae ^tattranm 
wlgtOß anbtn. €d biSttKilen aui^ bei WiclTffe: Wbume IhE WUa 
*een hym HggjDge . . ha jri^ to hyin eic. (Joh. 5, G.). !ßal 8gf. 
blCtU getsi^nli^ bnn ^ateritunt getreu : ]lä be gmedlahU Hiemulem . . 
he lend« tvegeo leomiag-cnihtag (Mabc. 11, 1.). 

3u itmahn fnb bie UebergSngc ouS @ä$tn mit betn ^A« 
fen8 in fcaS ^lätenlum, wo eS fl§ um bie a^orpetlung einer bet 
@egen)DaTt nnb ber Butu^f inge^ärenben X^ätigttit ^< 
bctt. SSir eiinncra juna^fl an unfteifanlit^e $auptfäQt. 

h üfil l atnt Dpon bim? (Sh&ksp., Cymb. 2, 1.) 'T i» tma 
Ire wer« at chnrch (Taming 3, 2.). £S i{l bie« boB ©eilet bcd 
Ktf)>TlhigIi^ ftonjunttio, »etiler ocuä^nlii^ bur4 bie nntf^rd« 
(tnbe Sorm mit ihoald erfegt U>iib: In snub a time w tbi> jt 
ü not meet Tbat every nice ofTence Should bear big comment 
(SdAKBP., Jul. Cm. 4, 3.). „II u ttol fit yonr lordihip 
■AoaU anderlaie every compaQion tbat yoii give oSence to." 
— „But ü it fit 1 should eora»it o&eoce to my iDferion 
(Cytnb. 2, t.}. I am acre it it impatsible I shoulä kurl yoa 
(FiELD., T. Jon. 4, 14.). It ü no douht highly denrabU that 
tbe text of sncient poetry »kouid be giee» nntouched and uncor- 
niptad (Scott, Mitutr. 1. 64.). Let the raader pronoance «hat 
JDdgment on it be thinka fit, if ü right that be ihmdd at th6 
ontiet diatinctly vnderstmid it to ba a characteristic of tbe poet 
(Lkwes, G. I. 13.). 'Tu timt we tkwdd dreree What conne to 
Uke (Addu, Cato 2, 1.). 

%e^nti(^ ift bie Sensenbung U9 ^äteiitnni unb ber Umfc^rd* 
Ilttng mit shoidd unb wonld, teenn ber ^onptfaQ im SEOaenteinen 
ben tlu0bntd einer auf bie SegeuBiart unb bie 3ufnu(t geri^ 

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104 H-Ü«. Sett>x.«<it)fasntifl.I.lM^ aoMtltflHS. Lecffb^b.CWKK 
tetm SorßfOiwg, (iit9 fömif^ce, iket Sitte obcc cinttf 

I with l vert a joang faUow (Dickbi», OUt. Twitt 29.). I 
tDMk, frem thfl botton of mj heaft, this annatunl atraggle km* 
«rar (Coop. , Sp^ 1.). I «im* I rfU knote «omatWog of him 
^BVlw., Cutoni II, 5.), I wnt ha'd no^ing to drkik bnt hia 
owft poft (DoDOi, JiBROLD, Bnbblea 20> f' 70C <^A *li'l BeMOO 
thetM Ofert her mttinf power, yot mnet itep uide Rom Uta 
cnird (Blaib, Senn.). I mth Victorian moiOd eonte {Lasar. L 
167.). Bat OD my knee« I beg jua vrOuld eoüsider (koDis^ Cato 
l', 4.). Fetbnia fou rfenre I thndd thiak so (Field., T. Job. 
14, 2). O J^£M it Qod, thtt la a Cbristinn climite sonla 
»fined SHoM thmc so heluoai, blacV, obecene s <Ieed (Shassf., 
Bich. n. 4, 1.). Ar£üi it Heavn that it ikould a«ne to tltii 
(Cour., Picc. 1, l'J.). 

UebrigcnA lann andf btr Oii^t «ntfl fot^n 9ititn^e9 auf 
Me Sergangni^eit bcjognt frin- 

Olben . . eoBpUh that Fate Free Tirtne tioaM MMrtd to force 
or ebance (Hitt., P. L. 3, &50.). I vxrmkr Mr. AUworMiy too«U 
nffer that old barbarooa «choohuMter to pamih b poor boy ao 
eraell; (Foeld., T. Jon. 4, b.). After «11 if u ne niracfc tbat I 
ikouU vm tbe heart of a youag man (Sbkbid. Ketowds, Lotc- 
Cluue 9, 2.}. 

SBö in ö^tii^ gsien bem «rfifort bot ftSfew» Aer bal 
gutur folgt, ijt bie gfirbuttg b« fflebe eerft^ieben. 

For aoma other rssBons . . Which '(£> not fit jrou tnoto (Shaesp., 
Wint. Tale 4, 3.}. 'Tit «(rad;; Ihat I recall it Ht thit tima 
(Byk. , Manflr. 3 , 4.). It is timt that I gwe iöme !dea of ny 
domeitic arraagemeQtB (Ißvoia, Albambra, The Houaetiold). I 
beg yoQ will nffer me first Co take care of you (FiKiD., T. Jon. 
4, 13.). SBfi^wnb ^i« t^ritS in ««fefanfltnet Sffieif« dt« Xra- 
nnj, S)cAi rin t^tffi(^I<(^T dit^lt ouSgtftirc^tn uMib, ifl is 
fem oNgm SaUcn cnttoeber bte SerfltÜnTi^ ber Verutrfß<^ini8 
Be« Snflliltea tinrf KtteKfft^rt Bf™**!" «««gtftWofTtnf *!>« b« 
Stielt ioaiia|t«n« öwt bet @(»ff^ bc0 ÄeboAnt in entft^ 
tatet« SBeife ferne gegolten. 

«noloa bem ^'^äterilum (ann ba« $(«equ(n!tl)trfeÖinn im 
Webenfafte bem $röfen« be« ßauftfageB folgen, unb tum ^C^ 
burcff bie umfi^reitenbe futurift^e gorm berftiben 3e>tf(ib^e etfe^ 
teeiben, tto eB flift nur um ein äurfliJtrden in bie feergan» 
gen^eit, ttit^t in bie 3!or»ergangeii^eit ^anbeCt. 

"Fi* föne tbat I wtre gont (Shasap., Com. of Err. 4, 2.). Mj 
end drawa nigh; 'tu Htm that I Ken gone (Tmjitvs. p. 197.). 
— It ü no KomUr that . . they »kould nerertbeleM kate mdoptei, 
thraughoot tbe Lowlande, the Swton laDgunge (Scott, Minstr. I. 
p. 90.). n i$ not ilrmge, tberefore, that the Tndor« thotld 
have been abis to eierciae a great inflneoc« on eceledutie*! 
■Akirs (Macaui-, HöL of E. L 4B.). It ü mt ibmu/e that eoas 
bchIodi Preab7t«ciuia »hoald httvt lad «p hn Mying in their 
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iupimtion (TL 132.). 3>em m^ t«nDhrBt<|tnt, axf Mt Qti' 
migeti^ {[nn^rfen SSSun^ ntff^it<^t im 9Ie6«tfa^ oft iai 
PKApnuntKrfcttumi I inrt the goat A«I AcU hiA fast in 
DnoDihira (Shsbid. , Bit. 2, \.). I wüh I ikuf not tnoan u> 
miKh of tbn ftffair (Stkbvk, Tr. Sämndy G, 6.). 

ZKc iUere €ipto^ bmoM Sfitr axt si^t tni^ws f» Xtitlcgli mit 
tat ^ aafge^Otcn WSta tm» ^Staritnin tcit bie Umft^TCÜnns mit 
■honld nnb «oold in Sqjt^utifl auf bie ^u'in'ft nn^ bent $irG{tnt 'im 
^it)itfa^ an, }. %■ in £tni))in:alI5^n unb glnalf at)<n : ffi/e «e fatt 
Um vg urere thera (Town. M. p. 11.)- Bai ?o we prcat That it were 
don (Cot. Mtst. p. 349). Tit hdp tbat Lt uere fast (Town. M. p. 221.). 
Jjid for tban thoKUtt ben j-irar I wUie Ihe the best« (F. pLOnoHM. 
p. IT.). Pilst alrytUth in the mot-h^^e sTbne, Tjl «e «uZ<l thjs man 
fTtteai (Cot. Mybt. p. 2A.); an^ na(^ Cfl^, Wtl^* föunfd^ »nb 
Olttc anabiSdcti: ThM »j wül» ü diat H vor« (Tofni.H.-p. 167.). I 
fray tha tbat iboa m>M ijw me od]'« (p. 181.). iVay w« ipecyall; tbat 
he mld thoa U lu untjUe (p. 131.). Sgl ^altl. Me (2«- ich ooht hit 
keDnen ]>at ich her king veore, leate hso me ieneoaen (lesle hü me 
«new jfing. X.) {Laj>>i. I. 283.) = lest they ihouW roe know. gflr bie 
Bin|4»ibnttxn ^ormtn fielen miv ^i» Sltne SctftiTeh. dtn 0g(. Btiit^t 

ßbtr ÄonjunHi» ti(B $rat(titiim nittt in bitftt SJEift atif bas ^täfnH 
^oaptfalgts; tt((« SerfiJirtiiTig bre 3"^"«' a*Wrt '"""^ fpäl«« 
3al an, totiilt bie gemn, bie btm ^)^atbetif4*n Ba^t^^t infanneit, alt 
MtTutfnrftete Sqti^unam bM Teftcltiiten 3tt^aftrt bctta^tttt. 

3)ag fl(^ ^q))oi^eti)4c ©angefügt mit btn B^tfctaien bet 
ISagangm^ aiii$ mit bem ^tfifcnS bn&inben TBuncn, bebaif 
Wnpc näfttren ÜErBrtentnA. 

3)0(6 iP t» ju fcemerTint, baf Innet^tß jene« ß^pof^etifd&en 
@cFagce Ulhux iai ^rfifcnS im ^olgcfn^e, Küiin alä bei; $au^t' 
foQ anjofelKii tfi, eine @teOe fmben taiin. 3n bei 9iegel fle^t 
vSmlii^ ber fiaubtfa^ mit bem ^ebingutigdfatie in bCTfcEben ^v,t* 
\fiji&Tt. Eiefe ©Irii^arti gleit ttiirb buitf bie innige ©esiel^ung, 
m toeit^ei betbe @age ju einanbet flehen, »efentlti^ untorilü^t. 
Sic« tttug um fo me^i; ba ber Sau fein, mo bie ScCingung in 
i^rer berjeitigen ÜZii^tbemiillic^ung auc^ bie ^ol^e als eilte eben fo 
fwjettite SorauSfe^ttng erfd)einen lägt. ©(eic^moM »iib ^ier 
ni^t feiten im Solaefatje ein $iEfend unb bemnSc^ft au(^ ein 
futurum atigetrcnen. ^Det @runb biefei Sttceidjung liegt in 
bn r^etorifi^en $en>oi^'e6unQ bei fili unaiiitieiblti:^ eia^teteti 

totge, »ett^e bei Siebente a(d eenDirtlicfft in feine ©egeuuait ober 
alunft Vertegt. 

And if she thould lake me at my word wbere am I thenV 
«anght in my own trap (Fiklo., T. Jon. 15, 9.). If it sAould bt 
prooed on him, he is no longer a brotber of mine (SoerID-, 
Seh. f. Sc. i, 3.). If any caprice of temper skeuld indace him 
to cBit Bside this golden opportunity . . I eonsidtr mygelf absolved 
from eitending Aoy assistance to his mother and sister (Dickens, 
HicUeby 1, 4.). If thoa ihouidtt faU, I »hall be happier as the 
ilSanced bride OF tby cold asbes, than in proudcst fortunai 
CTau., Iok 1, 2.). !Die ©emanbluii^ be« ^aupifafiea in einen 
gmefa^} litnn fctbft mit 9ta^biud eine gegenUMitige X^atfat^ 
knO) hie Vlfifend bejet^en: If I N>«r« coretoiu, «mbitioai, OT 

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106 ILS^. IB«Tt>u.6atfBflim0. Lin{(^ fflettHtpiig. I. etftb4.fe.eiti*- 

perverse, As lie will hive me, How um I lo poor? (Shakbp^ 
I Henry VI. 3, 1.) 3>ag oiui) br; 3in))cratis int ^ufttfa^ 
flt\)ttt iamt, ifj leitet trnflriic^. If yoa 'd keep yonr psrala, kitf 
quist (DouQL. Jehhold, Priioa. of War 1, 2.). If ;rou woaÜ 
fAun irowe. walk qnietly on (Scott, Qu. Darw. G.). 

t$Qc ba« mit bem ^^|)ot^etif<^Rt na^e »mDantte lonceffiee 
©a^ottljäftntfe gilt baffelBt 3)iee iil 6« b« Statur fce« ab »er. 
fotioen ^auptfagtä nci^ luniig« auffatlenb. 

Thoagh an host sluniid encamp againBt me, my beart tkall not 
Fear, though war thauld rüe agaiost me, !□ thia u>>U I bt eoa- 
fideot (Fs. 27, 'd.). Though I thoitld never have posaesaion of 
ihy cbarming perion , itill «jott thou aloDe have poasenion of 
my .thoDghts (Fikld., T. Jon. 5f 10.). 

Sinbetd iH natQrlii^ ta» S«^filtni^ in ^^potj^rtifi^cn ©«(• 
gtfQgen, wdd^e eint jcitlii^e ^Jorauefc^ung in btr SJergan« 
gtn^cit ^a^en: If shc uof dtcHwd by some «icked man, tbe 
poor wretcb u to be pitied (Field., T. Jod. 1, ».). IF ever a 
■beet of lett«r ' paper broke a womaD's heart, this wiU irfojt mine 
(Douöi,. JaRHOLD, Priion. of War 2, 2.). 

Sit aitttt @))ia(^ mac^t »an Uv gmannltn ftonfiruftian in ipfff 
t^fi^ unb fenctfflMn SatlfSgungm nft Wttt Scbiau^: ImtA if 
Üua 1 (AufiJ dy Fonake the vAo^ I noght (Tdwn. H, p. 163.). II 
tbat be aattcerd jan ontylle, He knoaylk be kau not hymself eicue 
(Cov. Mi9T. p. SOG.). Xite &(t(fte @t)ra(((, nimottlii^ baa Ssf-, ütH 
tit Sbenm^QiBt'it ber 3(<tt'>Tni(li- ^B^ "Sl- P^^ t^ "^ '^^ irdcan 
mid t>e, ue vidtace ic {lin (Math. 2<i, 35) mit: Though I thouid die 
wich thee, yet tcili I not deny thee. pe£h Balac me liile goldei and 
•eotfrea &n hQi fall, ic ne mag Avcndau Oode» vord (Num. 33, 18.) 
mit: If Balak tcouM^ice me hia honse fall of Bil*e( and gold, letmaat 
go beyotid the word of Üie Lord my God. 

ÄuffaHenb ifl bie ?I6tteit^ung bt« JSnglift^cn in Äonceffi*' 
fS|}en mit einem urfprilnnli^en Ronjunltiv, benen ein 8tdatiD< 
|a(j folgt, in »etilem berfelbe ©erSatfeegriff wirteite^tt. Seibe 
Panben urflJtanfltiii in gleicher S^itfonn; bie jünflete ©prof^t 
iS§t bem itonc(fftvra|}e baS ^läfenä, tucnn c9 aui^ bem baont 
ab^nai^en @a^f tine S'^'^f"'^!'' ^^ Sergangen^dt giebt, UkIi!^ 
bie gieit^e 3"'f'>tni ooranöfe(}t. On betn ab^ngigen ©ufle 
nfcbeinen 3Rc^baiDer6a , bei benen bet dnfinitie beS borang^cn' 
ben ^nttODXtte ju fuppliren ift. 

Do what they could , Tbe worated benr came off witb itore 
Of Woody »oand» (Butl., Hud. 1, 3, 136.). Ho'd ferret bim, 
biri where be wmt'd (1, 3, 240,). Her dark eye« — Jsk wb»t 
they ttioald, 'twaa granted (RooERS, Jacqueline I.). Maay • 
courtcsy . . Have I experieoced: not a cabin-door, Go where I 
tBouId, but opeued witb a smile (id., Italy, Farewell). @. oba 
©. 30. 

S)a bie|t @Sge unjUKifel^aft auf alten gsrnini beni^, in bmen M 
$iaterilutt fi^ wiebn^Blte, tcie: Qalbf. IMxde swa heom Hkede, I« 
heo gnnnsn wikis (Lajah. III. 226.). 3gf. Tizr« ^r he van, {ioiii» 
1^ he mid bis ftgennm cynne (Bdetb. b, I.); jo Ugt fl^ fi^teeiTl^ 
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aBfftnbcti. S>nra an nrftK^In^ dnflultiw do, Ivk, wk tc |tt bcidbt, 
tobt fpTa^gtft^i^tlu^ ttoUotninai nußatt^ft; 
fi) J}a Uebeigang anS bem ^cTfcltu« in ätitformen bet Ser* 
gangen^tt ij) beut Uc&ergangt aiifi brai $räfeti3 analog, aBn 
no^ notüTÜi^«:, tseil bie von bcm ®tanb)>untlc bri %ebrab«t 
ontf Betrat^tttc Strgangen^it em SRostent (in bcm ^artici)) bcfl 
^eifdl) enthält, todc^ee fti^ bn :Set<inianng mit 3citfonnm bet 
onbertn 9iaf)t leii^tfc fügen mng, 

@o finbet fii^ benn btefer Uc^ngang ^ufig in fUtbm^S^ta 
«Der Slrt, in btncn eint S^otfa^e bei Vergangenheit aufgefltqrt 
»irb. 

Oft Aam I wen a bot o'erwcening cur Rnn back and bite, 
becanfle he wu witbheld (BaAKBW., II Henry VI. f>, 1.). 8i*ter, 
■ince I vtet thee last, O'er itiy brow a cbange AotA pofl (Mrb. 
Hemakb p. 132.). Thi« moment, as I aalched tbe gatea Log'd 
on mj post, a herald ii arrived (Addis., CaM 3, 1.)- I ^öoe 
ield mj reader . . that Mr. Ällwortby inherited a lerge fortone; 
tbat he had a good beart, and no family (Fiel»., T. Jon. 1, 3.). 
YoD Aore htard if l fougkt bravely (Bulw., Hichel. 1, 1.). And 
some haot heen who cou/d believe ■ , That Dots so pierciag uid 
profoand 'Will ahape and ayllable iti aouad lato Zuieika'a name 
(Btb., Bride 2, 38.). 9a^ bad ^InSquampeifettum lommt im 
SCeSenfa^e Oor; I kmie bem betrayed mconscioualy into a longer 
diaquiailioD thau I had mlended on th« general featurea of ^a- 
aiib travelling (Irving, Alhambra, The Jaumey). 

S>tefe @tB>cifyn^t jtt^t ^äf buti^ a&e Reiten. Xtte- And tberfo» 
AaM« ic brauen nany ijmea of o ihing, thaL I Aaee herd cownted, 
wban I viu jong, how a vroithi man deparied (Maundkv. p. ISS.). 
Alai Ihe joy that wo (cers in Jlave we I(m( (Town. M. p. i.). ©aIB(- 
Ofte bit ii iAimpen . . t>et Eefter machela haiinga hehje man heon 
haiede, & nfter machel weorld - iconie imrd-scipe «nirACan (Lajam. I. 
sab.). Sgf. Tc rU t>iLt t>u %jf ^TS t&pna Xt hrUe /M^i/««! |ie ie 
>e nr «esfife (Bosth. 3, 1.). 

3>emna(^ »iib au(^ ber UeBergang in bie formen, meiere bU 
Si^nft Vom @tanb))nnne ber Vergangenheit aus Bejeit^nen, leicht 
teHtffleOigt. 

Thougb the kiag kath charged jou thould not apeoi togetbei 
(Sbaksf., Cymb. 1, S.). 

alte. Thya have I Aerd many a day Folk in tha contra teile, Tbat 
ia thü land ihtdd dmelle a maj (Town. M. p. ST.). 
>) SJie aus bem ^äfenä, fo gcljt an<4 oaB bem futurum ble 
Sebe in S'itfoi^nien ber jnjeiten 8tei^e üfcer. 

68 ttirb in Sejie^itng ju SSergangenem gefegt. 

Whetber bia religion looa real, or consisted only in appearance, 
I ihaU not prtmme ta aay (FreLD., T. Jon. 1, 10.). I thail not 
fargef the deligbt I feit on firat aeeing a May -pole (IsTiHa, 
Braeebr. II., May-Dsy Caat.). 

9(te. And therfora 1 aehaäe teUe Jon, wbat the aoadan fofda me 
opoB a day (Madhdev. p. 137.). lEgf. pi lidd H ><= necea gtd 
lülbsillce loag, ie «eaoj na beaQeDde «in^a« (Boetb. S.). Ac [KniDa 



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*i üeetitn haÜan Itfeäli Uin |&« |ft tä od Rft nf gt^tifhUm, tI 
^M» ^nnc I» Kr gMtenoa« htVeHtki [Ldoo. CiIdt. I. A. iK). 

({ftttift» vättV in M« bebtet Ha 9ittu» ber SerganatAbeit, 
tM^ anglei^ (d9 AotfianttiM ))tt ¥«Sttrita vAOtn, ^itiAoer» 

We 'B httl (hmt iKi Aat MHlä appött ota pMiag« (Addib^ 
' Cato ä, T.). It wiff not i# wondered at that k creatioa who bad 
■O Btrict B Tegard to deceriey in bef om person ikuäd bt 
A^krd at the lenst deviAinn flrom it in anoCher (Field^ T. Jon. 
1, 3.). 'T «iU be bettet l iKoiäd not vmM-c out again tili duk 
(SsERiD., Biv. ö, I.). 

Bltc Jt tmtf« not http that thon uo«U tMyn (Tonir. U. p. 40.}f 
tD«nrit man bm Otbiaui^ bee fionjunitit} be« ^fittritum tonst.: I 
ichal attayen hire myself, And sootblicbe oppote, What inan of äiit 
moolde That bire uere levost (P. Pluuqhm. p. 43.). 
b) l^er'^Sltni^mägig felttner teiib auä ben 3citfonntn \}tt Ocf 
gaiiQtnpcit hl (ie ber @egenlvait umgegangen. 
«) 9la^ bem Präteritum bon Sierten ber Sorflellung nnb 
2)atf)eltung ic. trift im (Subflatitibfage getoB^nlit^ ein fßt oQc 
3«it aÖIliflcr ober in bie Sphäre ber unmitteI6aren ©egentuiTt 
reicfieiiber öitVtt i" bie 3*i'f'>rm bet SJetgangen^eit fl6er, nenn- 
glei^ nicf^t D^ne ÜuSna^iite. f. @. 90. 

<&i tifiben ba^er nur locCet an^eTnüpfCe !Retal!»fäf^ aub Sb« 
berfiialfäte «nberer Art flbria, bie naof bem ^rflteritnm eine 
3«itforni ber Oegentoatt julalfeu. 

Saaan related the whole story, »hieb the reader httms alreadf 
(PiELD., T. Jon. 10, 3.). Wbat dfevJl toas't Tfcat thua AoiA 
eozm'd you? (Shaesp, , Haml. 3, 4.). He acarce bad Soiali'd, 
trfien such munaar JäTd Th'aasembly, aa when hollow rocka 
rttam tbe eouod of blust'ring wiada (Milt., P. L. 2, 2S4.). I 
read it ao ofteo that I etat repeat it to you almott Word for 
«ord (FnxD., T, Jon. 11, 5.). NeVer did th« Ftonch «njoy 
anch n degree of freedom aa tbey do at thia moment (Irvcto, 
Biacebi. H., Engl. Gravity). Wilhelmns Kieft, aa ha$ alreadf 
bt&k laade manififtat, «w* a great le^slator npon a atilall acala 
(id., Bist, of N.-York 4, 6.). 

Site. And tolde hem thia lerne, TTial I teile th;/nhe (P. FLouoBit. 
p. 48.), Ydel IBM 1 nercre Though I title by tnyself (p. S38,). For 
riebe 8 Btarne vaa nercr cre scyn, Aa vjde in warld ai ve hav« 
hegn (Tuwn. M. p. 124.). Igf. K« |iä Sciddea» Jia on ü&n healft 
\in. manu ini^ad fnrdnm fare bürge namao na )>äs folcee ne ^eAainlon 
(BomV. IS, S.). pa jRiJe he t>at m Inst ricre ^t bebsM gCd, fblffMun 
ealle H üdTu gSd, [le Te ler nmndon, tUciad ^atn in5de and bit rtt, 
ie luae ^anne Ana öjeed ]mm lichoman inoM aridoit (34, 3,). 
^) Seltener noi$ hmmt baS ^lu8qnam)}erfettum in ben gall 
int 9te6aifate fi^nii^e ^mctnen jtt fidr ]u nehmen. 

One aftemooD ire kad ttnüed to the top of a high bill in 

the neighbourhood of the Hall, which eommoadt an almoat 

bonndiew upect (iRTiMa, Salmag. No. XVII.). 

r) ©d ben gutaren bet Vergangenheit, ttie flSrr^tipt bei ben Sei> 

nett, bie einem uvfptüngu^ett 5nnjunftit bn ^rüterita entf))Tf 

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^a, jfl in 9te&enfSten b« Qcbngang In Bcilfonnai bn ®egtit» 
mrt, augn in 9telatit)[«&ui, ftltm gebottn. 

e« KtlatibfäCtR iß bieä nit^t felttn natOrlit^. 

Wa thoiid do that wbich ii good to the hunifin rsce, fron 
lOtne priacipla withia (BrLW., Derer, b, 2.), And here I uoaJtt 
rmMTit the great beneGt of thsae pBrtji distinctions , by «bich 
tbp peopifl ftt large or« Mavrd the vaat troubia of thinking 
(Ihvisö, Bist, of N.-Votk 4, 6.). 

Stuffaffenbet ijl jum %^t\i Sit SertoeitbimB einer 3'Mfonn 
ta ©cgennart im V^ebenfatje «nee ^pol^etifi^cn 0a^tf&> 
^e«. $ict uirb tnttoeber ber 3n^a(t itS ^ebingungSfatiee a\A 
in bcr ©tQentDait bereite bemiiitli^t gebälgt: ^S I Mrini not 
ttom tbese, th« fire-arm'd angela, why shoald I ^oit from him 
who now approachei? (Bya., Cain 1, 1.), ober ba9 Eintreten bei 
Sebingung toirb toenigjien« cAi bie $iSten|1o» eineB Stritten tmb 
bamit als eintretenb ^ingefleat: I akould have »tat the irorld to 
TBiy little purpose, if I am to argua wich one of /oar yean 
{PffiLD., T. Jon. 7, 3.). 

Rufjeitem tommt HBweiten in @u6{tanfit>fä(en biefer Heuet* 
gang vor: Why shduld you tuppo^t ha toät tpnJt ttie trath? 
(Sberid., Seh. forSc. 3, 1.], iDDinit matt ta9 $r5[ene iia<4 ben 
cinfa^en would »ergleic^e: I voald tha pUnti tbou grad'Bl mojf 
never grotr (Sbaesf., Bich, IT. 3, 4.). 

e^a icüt>a triflt man in ^jfet^ai\äim eSatatfaen Se^nlic^, uetq 
ni4 ni^t nac^ ben umft^dc6enen SerbalfMmcn: Umc, it leere my 
dedk If Jacob tceddeA in kiod of Hetha (Town. H. p. 44.^ If h« 
liapc it (oere great skome (p. 1 74.). Arlme Thooght, . . Thow ioudeti 
ms nisc Where äwt Do-weU dmeäeth (P. Pmuobii. p. IS&J. dm 
nctnsai getBit SRaq^e« bei ntDcren 3eit aq. 

SßobatfDimen beB £(ittDCTtet. 

2)in^ bie SSobalformen, ben Snbifafio, ben fto»junIti& unb kcB 
jneriti», tr&dt ber @))re4enbe fein ÜJei^fittnig jn betn auBgefagitRi 
tWufötftegriflc aui. 

tut iti)Tt boit ben SRobalformen ^er englift^en Sf't^c ^itttt in . 
{pb&if^et $inflcftt einige S^toierigleit. ^ie nnterfc^eibenben äJerfial« 
P4KB M 3iibilatiu unb Aonjuntti» flnb bi9 auf ttcnigc Ueberreße 
I(lf4»iinbett; bamit ifl bem ®))ra(t;beiDugtfein bie t1)(oretif(be Unteif^ei* 
pg ber nunmehr gteitfitantenben formen bcibei 3>tDben bielfa^ abi^ri' 
n gdonmen. S)aä Kufgeben boR Roniunttieformen bat aber ni^t 
^ )u einer Sermift^ung ber SSe^iiffe beibn SRoben eefS^Tt, ober bet 
9^uäv vertritt nid)t etloa ju^etit ben ftonjunftib , fonbnn bie bem 
Wflatic )u Qkunbe liegeitbe «nfcpauung teiib bietme^r auf anbete 
wictt als in fcfl^erer ^^tt Qberttagen, unb ma^t fo, tsie in anberen 
ttmra ^jitai^en, in benen ber ^oniunftio immet rae^t abfltrbt, ben 
tnisiiftiv fiberjlliffl0- S)aneben untetfcbeibet aber baa @pra%efÜ^I im 
Mtnnen^ge ber Siebe bei beni ®leid)Iauten ber SDIcbalformen gleidi« 
am BH^ int (Siiyelnen eine ilsiefa^e Sitobalbe^dtna, toie bieS j. v 
^ m 2)ci^<^ ber SoQ i9i. 

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©n Onbilati» bient jur SJarpetliing brt unmitteltartn oba 
obiettiöen ©e^attefl bet SocjltHung, »obur^ bet Stebenbe tint fiufie« 
SSa^rne^ntuitQ obei eine innere Snfc^aunng ou^fpridit. !Daä Sefentu^t 
ift tabä baS ictn oBieftibe Ser^alten bea ©)>];e[5(nben ju' bec HuCfoBt, 
loofeei t« gtei^gülfig ift, ob er bamit einen nai^ Seiten objeRioer Ber- 
Witflic^ung nnb Sa^r^eit son i^tn aeaäl^tlei^eten Sn^it lunbt^nt, 
ober ben Ttn^olt einer fremben Siorftellunfl loiebergiebt, ober eise 
SoiauSfegung, baS objeltioe 9ilb einer ^orfleQung, giebt, öberberes 
^eruirllii^uiig anbenoeitig |u entfi^eiben i|l. 

a)ie ©cttä^rleiflung beS 3n^atteS ber 'Su9\agt turt^ ben Äebenben 
iß |ebD(^ ftberaQ anjune^men, too ber 3"f(">"i"i'^''>'B ^^'^^ ^^^ ©egen* 
^eit forbert ober freitSgt. 

The firet ages of Scottish hiatory nr« dark and fabiüous. Nfttioiu 
«s well 88 men , arriBt at oBturity by degreea , and the evcnU which 
kappened during their iafancy or early youtb cannol be recollected, and 
dttene not to be mentioned (Soberi«., HisL of Scotl. 1.). 

ÜDet ©pre^'nbe entfiinbet \^ä) Don btr ©etoä^tleiflung, »enn er be« 
dnV^t einer fientben Sor^Hung uieber^olt: Thou say'st I prtack, Lo- 
renzo? (Yodno, N. Th. 2, 62.) Fooliah men imagine that becanse 
jadgment for an evil thing ia delayed, there ü no justice •■ here below 
(Cabl., Faat a. Pre». 1, 2.). 5fSenn in einem folc^en Saue bie SSer- 
SUrgung bed 3n^alttd auäj wv Seiten beS SSenc^terflatterä angenommen 
tKTbat lann, fo iß fle boc^ nii^t f(^l«^t^in otiS bem -dnbiCatio ju foI> 
gern. Sgl. ©. 90. 

X[0 eine 8)oraii9fe(irag, ober oietmel^r al< eine boilAufige ünffld' 
lung einer %ufiFage, ptt beren @eltung erjl bie <StXD&t)X einefl Hnberen 
geforbert Isiib, erfi^eint bcr ^bilatib in fragen: „Hast broaght the 
aDiwer of the god?" — „J have." (Talf., Ion 2, 2.) @o ift Oni^ 
in Sebingungdf^en ber 3nbitattb nii^l oI)ne äBeiteted alS bom ®f)re> 
4enb;n feinem dn^tt »a<^ bertreten anjufe^en: ir thoa aceowii'x it 
ahame, lay it oa me (Sbaebp., Taming 4, 3.). 3)ie SnftC^t beS ©pre* 
c^enben ergiebt {!{^ nebenbei uielfai^ aaS bem Sufumincn^ange, Gn; uitb 
^rigen« fogar ben 3nbilali» geBrauc^en, tno er etaa aui) bie eigene 
Vertretung beS 3n!^aÜe9 nii^t Don borne herein auefc^Iiegen t&itl. 

Su8 bem jtsiefai^en S^aroTter bti 3nbifatib, neli^ei einmal oH 
SuSbniil bei »on bem ©pre&nben eertretenen äßirltit^Ieit unb SSa&t' 
^eit, ein anbermat olä bie unoefangene iDarpeUunq einer nic^t bor i^n 

C'i^rieiflrten Knf^uung crf^eint, ernärt fl(^ etneifeita bie mS^it^ 
aufi^ung Reibet Xuffaffungen unb bie SJenoei^felung betfelben bnrd 
ben $t&rer ober Sefer, anbererfeitS bie Sei^tigfeit be« Ueberjonge« dnd 
Koniunttie in ben 3nbilatib, infofern bie refleftirte, eine ©etnS^c 
leiflung be# dtebenben auäfc^Hegenbe iCarflettung bnrt^ ben Äcniunf 
ti» ber flnfßeDung einer ÜuSfage nii^t feine ju ßt^rn ft^eint, totläft bt 
Seitretuna bur$ ben SRebenben nit^t ft^Iec^t^in einft^Iiegt. 

^6 m $a$, in nclil^em bie 9ttgatJon unntitttibir ben S^Gtigteinbesril 
anf^M, nii^t mhibn ait ber affirtnatiee @aQ, ben 3nbi(attb entölten tax» 
unb ein rein obiettitiefl Sci^illtnig bt« Mebenben jU bei Kuffaae infS^, ftU 
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tieftt «giitiwn es^ mH btnt 3nbtliitte iMSaaÜify bmtfittt , tsie Ut 3nbJfatft> 
tliu^ |4[(4tfthi mit btx SnSerii^cn, «alni whnii^htt la t(un ^nt, fonbtnt 
bic Dtjrftnitat bn SnptlFuns an^ iBnn^alb bc« tbcalm StiitM tu fui^nt tp. 
Ckn SuhSHiins bn rinitlnni gSOc, in b«iitti bcr Onbitane txitixiibtt 
nrb, »[4(1 pt^ fap Ab« aSt ßtUttt htt $au)itfa^ unb b(0 ^lin^a^ 
nfnift, hbtrf cB ni^t VttS bn ^^arfteSung bei Scbiaui^« bts Acniunltl» 
Ki^ fi^ rdt^l Südf^tOfTt auf bit l)n»nibnng bte Ontttatio. 

S)tr Soniunittb ceilei^t bem iluefagcioortc ben S^araßer ber 
ttflcttiitftt Sorftellung, i).i). bcr dttbnibt giebt nii^t btn untnitlelba' 
nt anmalt ber SSQTftcQunfl s>tebeT,>fonbcrn tr fprii^l baB Sewugtfün 
ht Unletfi^dbum feiner SJoifteHung »on bem 3n^alte berfetben oufl, 
wl^en et jum ©egenpantt feiner Sßetrai^tuna ma(^t, SDer ÄonjunftiB 
gieh ber Äuefage lebiöli* tiefen Suäbtud Berouft« (fubjeltiDer) JRtffejion, 
nb btfiift bai)et ni(^t bie in ber @<ii^e Eiegeiibe Ultögtii^teit , Ungettig* 
jäi, ^Mifel^aftigleit ober Unttiittii^tett aU \old)t aus. S)a8et ifl tt 
fitif nntäiU^, bog ber diebenbe ba« Unniilii^e bOTjugStoeife, ttenit 
aäi ni<^t nct^toenbig, bui^ ben fionjunftiu bejet^tiet, infofein er ft^ 
W ber Sorfletlitng beffeffien jugleit^ jum iBe»u§tfein bringt, ba§ biefet 
3it4lt nur 3tt einem ©eaenßanbc feiner 9iefle;icn geUorben ifi, beffen 
@a)ittl(iftung er fd)[e^tpin ablehnt, ©lädfmdffi folgt aaS bet S)i)r' 
jUbnu bnrc^ ben Ron{iinftiD nci^ nid^t, bag ber dnbalt ber Suäfage nit^t 
a flif benuitfttdjt ober ju bcrttitflit^en i|t. Der ÄoniunItiB brücft eben 
m ein befummle« fubielttscö ffiertialten ju beut anhalte bei SJorfledintg 
tu, vitlä)tS iii<^t bie Dbieltibe lltatm ber X^atfa^t alö foti^e btiiliffli^- 
ti(l eba in ben Sorbergrunb flellt. 

3)(T Serluft ertennbatet gormen ttS Itonjunltiti ^t fogtnannten 
KAdnettien mit bem ^finitib, uie m&y, will, ihAll, in ber engllfi^ni 
S|n:«c^ eine tueitere ftn^e^nimg ^tgtbtn. <i9 ifl feboi^ jn bemerTen, 
bq bjefe gormen, ffio ^e einen AonpuiTttb bcrtrettn, jum X^eil urfprün^« 
fii^ fcib^ itn Äonjunftib fleben, nnb bag bie anbeilceitige SRobf 
min, »elc^ fie einem Snbalbegriffe geben, nnabbSngig uon i^rer 
RMoIfonn, in i^rer tonhetcn Sebciitung liegt. Onfofem am bie fnb< 
jdtite gSrbnng, toel^e eine SuSfage buri^ ben Soniunitib n^(t, au' 
ftmm 9}atni ifl nnb fi^ je na<!^ bem ^ufammen^ange atä bie Sm 
Iditintg bn aRBali^teit ober 9lDtl^uenbigteit k. beS 3n^attee befi Hufl- 
IwwTlc« anffaffcn l^, fß ßntten jene Mebalbcrba au^ als 3nbilatibe 
«^ ftatföHige, lonlrete weife bie abflraftere unb jjeifligeTe Stjie^nng, 
*^ bn ftonjunttib bot, teenn nii^t toiebergeben, fo ieäf tinigermagen 
ofitiaL SBir »erben ber STtobatbeiba gebenten, na^beui toir junät^ft 
ta ©ebrcmc^ be« Äoniunltio an ben erhaltenen Äonjunftiüformtn erSf 
tnt baben. SDit bflrfen juglei^ ©(^tüffe auf ba« Sptat^gefü^I rüifl^t- 
[>4 fri^er gotmen jie^en, uett^e &ugerlic^ ben SonjunRtei^araftei ni^t 
■^ Knaben. 

& iß hierbei im 9ietav9 Sejttg auf baS ®ebiet be4 ®a«g(fßfle< 
Pi^me», nnb bit wrf^iebenen jHoffen ber ®&te ju f<^ben, uef(^ 
pi ba ftrojunttitt in Setra^t Tornmen. 



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Xter Ronjunttib , au^ Su^junttt» graaimt, bnbanft fcfncii 9?MtteB 
bem Mmflonte, baß er m «orjugftDtife in 5Rt5tnffi§eii fiv^tt, unb barmt 
in Snt)itit>un0 uiit> Uuteroibnung mit unb ju euietn couptfa^e fte^t, 
ettDo^I i^n bicft Flamen ni^t fc^aif ccn bem Onbctatij) (Reiben, bjelt^ei 
ja gleti^fatlS feint Stelle au^ im Siebenfa^c finbet. 

Som $aa|}tfa$e bfirfcn tnii alletbinQe jumtifl enntttea, kag a 

einen oSieftioen 3nl)alt biete, tuä^ienb im Stebenfa^t bur(^ bie 6e)i(^uik 

gen beffelben jum ^anptfaQe ber fubjeltiven 9tef[e;ion itS JRebciibm eh 

xaättitx Spielraum gegeben iß. Oebcc^ tann auift ein ^ufitfab bei 

@etD5^r bcd Kebenben entbehren • unb einem S)TilteB in m^ifa^ 

Seue^ung ati ungelDä^rltiftet lunbgegeben toerbtn. 

1.3)et ffoniunlti» btent oft im ®a^e )um KuSbnttfe einer fubjettltoei 

Seßimmung, uel^ als üSJunf^, @c^cig, ©(bot tbec ISin< 

tfiumung ic- erfd^einen tann, unb beten S^aiatter t^eilB bon ba 

Qebeutung beS ßeitDcrted, t^eile ddr ben Umft&nbtn, unter beaa 

ber @aQ au^eftirix^n »iib, t^ilä t>on bem Vffefle bc4 Kcboiba 

ab^ngt. 3n biefem i^aDe bient ber fionjnitnto jum t^etßMifen Srfa^ 

bee dtn)teralio. 

ft) ©0 tommt bei Sonjunftib be< ^iJifenS in ber btitten ^cvfei 
ber @in]a^t unb SKepria^C bor. 

Some heHvenly power guide us Out of tliii feaiftil coanlf] 
(Shaksp., Temp. 5, 1.). The nllU above be dornt (l, !.)■ Iht 
Lord make hia face ahiae upon thee, aod 6« grBcioua unto tb« 
(NcMB. 6, 25.). Prriti the baubt«»] (Goldbm., Ske Stoops 3. 
Comprf/tead who cnn (Coler., Picc. 4, ö,). Long Iwe Claude Utf 
notte (BuLW. , Lftdy of Lyons 1 , 3.). If you hava wen all tbii 
«nd more, God bleis mel Wbat e, deal you'i« leen! (Th. Uooa 
p. 64.) Wo worlh bim (Scott, Qu. Dunr. 6.). Well th«n , i, 
it 80 (BuLw., Caxtona 15, 1.)- 3)cr Sßunfi^fi^ fann au^ tA 
9?ebenfa$ flehen; PIom« you, lorda. In aight of both our b&tdoi 
we may meet: And eithcr end in p«ace, wlricli heftven ao frmm^. 
Or to the place of diff«r«itee call th« aworda Wkictk rnnst dectch 
it (Shaksp., II Henry IV. 4, 1.). 

Vlte. God almijtten ig her^incsl (WRiaar, Anecd. p. S.). Qod O« 
for-jtide (ib.). Ood the i-bltui (p, fi.)' ^i^ °f bis grEte mygh^ i^ iy 
bis good grace Sau« alle frere« Tbat feiLhfuUi tybbenl {P. Pi^oobh 
p. 500.} ^Ibf. Mid ui vnijiicn goiat grid (Lijam. O. 103.). Oft« 1» 
mirdf.godd (xm (II. 100.). Lit» him beo drihten (I. B.). Xgf. Oft fe 
on ^6, burb Lunäene gefahton, ac et Gode lof t>iU heü g;t gosund Um 
(Sax. Chh. 1009.). Furctegöd se ende ^onne God TiUe! (lOee.) Oeoeord 
me äfter {ilnam forde (Luc. 1, 38.). HI vadfjanl (Pa. lOS, 9.) ßg, 
h! gecjrde on eanUiig, and aeamjen heora t>fc t>e me {wncead yTcl« 
(Pa. 34, 6.). 

1L^xä) bie etjte ^erfon ber 3Re^rja(I be« $rJ!fenfi ifi gmnbfa^EU 
^iei^er jn ret^nen. 

hamd we the goda . . HibHih we thia p«ace To all our BDbj«eta 
Sei we forward (Shakbp., Cymb. b, 5.)> Comst be vre bold ■» 
make diipatch (Coi.bb., Picc 2, 1.). Part i*e ia Aiendahip &<m 
yonr laod (Scott, Marm. 6, 13.}. 



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Sitft 4ob|iilm ^pinnlfmiwii ^nb im Xltt. f#ni ftfevaK attintifffni: 
TUc X m&jn in oor« honde, .^id drive «a Mm out of londe (jUj^ 
HII.). iMe v« now AÜMuidBr in p«;B ride, And ipeite ire of wosdre» 
ttui bCD bidde (4850.). Maie we havene aod erth (Tuws. Id. p^ 1.}. 
(Y *e hjm parte of onr« fee (p. 9.), Hfrto^We 9"™ ^'^^ """^ ^' 
^äftf,: <?• we nn (Orat 3890.). 5«n(fe we to Bonn (Lajan. II. 89.). 
E«t (nmnni av<^ Snhilfonntn anf «n bn, nxf^c ic^ ffti jtonfmiftiM 
t(St, (Um^ H*dd«n CI^S«». I. xSx.), o^ (mm dna* mjitfflfrKti, 
«n to Sanml^flniit f >M^ gann» »It AeniunttiMlt ti»nU : Send« we 
tD BouG ft AolM hiiM oBnnn wd« (Lajab. II. »»,). Nn .^wM we bom 
10 t ttKT^clM heom Itgitn an (II. 46S.). SM« «gf. McM ntalt^ 
mcn btl WrUtltfll gersT, »k in: Fort va gchande tünai (Utac 1, 8S.J, 
■■4 Iw IMSt itaninilftibfmn: Upp-A/ltbbm re his namu (Pb. ss, «.). 
Du 0*tkifi4f ^( (hu btfMbne 3int)erathF*nn bn »ßni ^rfn b« 
fh^^, tecUt« twui dnbHaÜ» ntfim^aib anf m rtatif. afidataan, 
gt^am; bcDi Sgl. ft^tt ctiu frii^ S6«^u)pt. {)&itflfl Sf^tsncn »h; ifltt 
bdgegnt btr Untf^i'lbnnS taH nton, ntan iic6^ bcm Snfbiit»): Uion Urta 
{lÄcfl, 15. ö.tb.). Ulan gftn (Marc. 14, 42. Joh. II, 1«. 14, SI.). 
Tm a&dean bpie (Marc. 12, 7.}. Üion wgtiui (Luc. S, 3S.). Pton 
Mu (Lee 15, 23.). fton TjroaD (Mabc. 9, 5.)i a6tt ttn litgt Ilil^tt 
ntttM al( eine Aeniunltisffinn b«, twli^ oni viun^ camus, urbnnhlt 
li^riBL SESit fi^on im ©ot^ift^ au^ bn SDnjunttie in bicfnn gaSt 
«ftritt iml) tdbp bie jirtitt ^tvfmi btfl 5plinal im flonjunfti» mit bnn 
üa i MiiiliB »e^ffttc (f- dm^dtii»), fn bOrfcn nh in unfentn SaSe AtnoS 
^«hfntc g ui^uu H i Pfarmtii ftnkni. Ktttv otgtifi^ «nbctlMitige Ulf 
Hrritag i^ SpSta st^onbtlL 
V)^ Ronjunftie befl ^Täterttum, U^en ^Dirmeii faft flieraD 
abf4^ fbtb, lld^ MsKÜcn im SBunfi^faic. 

I am tti« bett of them tbat ipeak thia tengnage, ITere I bot 
iA«n\M «poken (Sk&xsp., Jelin 3, 3.). 3)o4 (lif^nnt Hn f«I<^n$af 
ifkT au ^i^äffc 9itim^ai: O tbat I «er« a mocken' king <rf anow 
(iD^ Bieh. II. 4, 1.). O Go4l tbat I tiere boricd with my brothenl 
(Bbillet, Cenci 1, 2.) 3>D^ ß^t ^Jn auc^ bn dntitatit): Ohl 
that I m« lafe at (Mod H&11 1 or eonld be sboC befora 1 was awan 
(8inBiD., Riv. 5, 2.); fo ba§ beut ^Tot^Se^c in @ägflt mit an» 
tan ^rfiterit«! {«n fien^ntüo ratf^itben txMjuft^tDefwn f<^ctnL 

SU bn aitntu CSpra^c «nrniffc i^ BSpiü^ Kt^pitU; namentlich fc^cinttt 

t* mit that tingdtitden ritijrtif^ 6% jn ft&Itn. I»ae «gt. 6irtd fu 

Iftdi^ai gailai lui iMl[|tanb<gt Sa^gefügt mit ic riioa als $ini)>tfatr 

VgL /e ritce IM Iimahel £6&e Ktrorstt fe (Gb.v. 17, 18.). /e vüee iS,t 

lig »tNon and tKtiergedlea uiä/oretceavodon htra onde (DEvnta, 33, 2S.). 

^ds ^trl)i)t^ctif4'ii ©a^efüfi« toirb bcc fiDtiiunttib be« $i£tmttim 

in ^ji^a^e angeuenbet, nenn biefer ni^t untn bie @cu5^ btS 

aOeibei «tßcllt ift 

Wbf, cotuJD, wert thou regent of thä world, It wert « sbune to 
kt ihi) knd bj- laaie (Sbaxbp., Bich. II. 2, 1.). - If we made tho 
Mden of ihe Und p4y everj ahilling still of the espenie of go- 
■mii« Um knd, whst lotn all that? (Cahl., Fast a. Pres. 4, 1.) 
^äit t^ btr Satt in cecfleiftm ^^pot^etif^ ®a^effisen, toie - 
ttcdran)» Im alltn bebingt ondgefpto^enen ^oufitfägen: I wooia jtod 
Wd bot the wit: 'ttiwr« bettor thau your dukedom (Souap., II Henry 
IV. 4, 3.). Nay 'twtr« better be killed bis wife, and tben be aball 
W an not to be Maired (Mj.nL., I Tamborl. 4, 4.). Twer« » 
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pity to limit one'« love to a pair (Tr. Moore p. 233.). »It 
nitre to be lo hoped," Bsid tha Prior; „and gacli ara the prayen 
of tha godly in tha Und." (Scott, Qu. Darw. 16.) ÄUt^ (ano fcit 
lAingte !£^at[a^e in ben 97eEattcfag aufgetiDinmen tncTben: Therefon 
may you hear, what teere too mnch for her fortituda (CoLKa., Wtl- 
' Unit. 1. 2.). 

2)te UmMreibung bte ^attrituin im $iiii)it1a|]t bnn^ ihonld, would inrit 
btm 3nfiniti» ill joat ftü^e cinscbningen , «b« m b« genn were ^t fi4 
bei Soniunttiu gltt^wo^I beit cT^altcn. Site, ^if thM 1 me ahalda gm« 
Hit wer« hoaiUaw (Whuht, Änecd. p. 4.). For 1 iMr« an nukTada kjng, 
Bat I mj kynde helpe (P. Plvuuh. p. Si3.). Now welle toere I an it M 
were (Town. M. p. 156.), Al«o hyt uwre ajeynu good T««on, To Uke b;! 
huie, as hjB felowi don (Qai.i.iw., Freenuu. 167.). 3in flgf. IMt bCT Arä- 

(unftiB brt ^rätmtum, btfloi gönnen atterbings meM«* WTOi^t fhib, hn 
©aupti'aftt'brt bupDtbttti^tn ©a^^fltffifltt ft&t gtfetfiui^It^, reit im @ot^tf4fS: 
Dryhten, gif {in vrre her, nare min brafloc deid (Jon, 11, 31,). Gif w 
BDTeold twoae of bis ägenre gecynde and af hii igen«! gerealdea göd v«re, 
ne ttndetfSnge ha nnfre pi ffelan ac ]>& gOdan (Boeth. 16, S.). 

pn «mJnUi» ii Miknfltni. 
©D »tit Dei6reitet bie »eniaen enlft^itben (onjuaftiBen QeTbatfirr* 
men SAtx |a|l alle IßetenfSlje ftnb, fo fe^r tnecbtn fle burc^ Onbilatibe uab 
bnTc^ bie Umfc^reibung mit 3Roba(ceibtn licfc^ränft. Sine fdjarfe ©icnjc 
fi^eibtt ben Onbifatib bcm jfotiiunttiu tut (Snglift^fn ü&et^ufit nur ba, 
»D ber 3i«benbe entf(^iebtn mit frintr ©eiuäljr einlrilt, ni^t abtx ia, 
tto bie unbefangen Ijingtflettte Sluafage ft^ neben bie fubjettiu gefärbte, 
bet @eicä^ileiftung cntbe^renbe SfebefoTm ju fletlen beimag. 
l.dm ©ubflanliofagc finbet bei jlDniunflie me^ifai^ eine Stelle. 
a) SJenn btc SuSflantiofae ba« Su&ieft auäoiac^t, beflcR $r£bitat 
ber ^auptfaj enthält, fo jle^t au^ bet ffonjnnftio im 9teSenf<4<, 
bieli^ec nidft eine berttirf lichte IX^atfai^e aufjleQt, fonbein otelin^'c 
eine gtfoTbcite, fac^tic^ mottuiite, obet tebiglid) )um ®egenflanbe 
bei 9tefIe;ion gemalte ^anblung enthält. S)em ^räbilate beS ©ob* 
flanticfa^eö ift geuö^nlii^ ta9 gtODtmatift^e @ubjett it beigegeben, 
ber dlebenfa^ mag mit ober o^ne t^figetnort angereiht fein. 

Wbat reiti but that tbe mortal ««Dtence patt Od bis tnotgrea- 
•ion? (MaT., F. L. 10, 4g.) Is it fit tbia soldier ketp bia oath? 
^Shakbp., Henry V. 4, 7.). 'Tis neet Achiilea tatet not Hector 
(Troil. a. CresB. I, 3.). "Tis better that the enemy mk m (JoL 
Cki. 4, 3.). Me seemeth good, that . . tha young priace 6s Jetck'J 
Hither (Rieh. lU. 2, 2.). 'T were beit ba apeai aa barm of Bn- 
tuf bare (3, 2.). Nor ia it neeeasary tbat tha pcnon be f"**»^ir 
Ol miBtresg of tbe wbole honse (Firld. , Charge to tbe Gr. Jorr). 
Ti» neceiaary tbat be look'd nnto (Mabl., Jew of M. 1, 2.). T 
were better she urre kisttd (Sharsf., Troil. a. Creas. 4, ij.). Tbat 
it ig batter be die tban that justice deparl out of tbe world (Cakx,., 
Fred, tbe Gr. IV. 108.). Twere enoQgb He 6« judged joatl^ 
(Byk., Mar. FaÜero 1, 1.). It is propoted, tbat the two tbaalrea 
be incorporated into one Company (Popb, Scriblems). Or ia it 
fix'd in tbe dacrees abore, Tbat lofty Albion melt into tha namT 
(AüMSTKOMa, Art.). It i* hi« higlinua' pleaiors, Üut tb* qvean 



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Jppfor in penoa here in conrt (ShaäSP., Wint. T«Ie 3, 2,). Mott 
reuon ii ihat Reaaon oBireome (Milt., P. L. G, 124,). iJa^Jn 
Innn man auä) ®&$e mit einer prätilattDcn B'it^cflimmuna Te(^ 
nm, otool^l ^iei in Siebenfa^, toie au^ bet einigen atiberen ^au)3t> 
fögen, ben ^^araftei eineä £afu«fo$e€ l^ahm Tonnte; 'Tis bigb 
time thiit I teere heoce (Sbaksp. , Com. of Err. 3, 3.). 'Tis time 
tlut J were gone (Temmys. p. 19T.). 3)er ÄcnjundlB lommt QU(^ 
niK^ unperpnlii^eti ©ae^it in bet inbirelten Srage ucv: Bat 'ti« 
doobc, When time shall call him home from baniahment, Wbetber 
aor kiniman come to see bis friunda (Skaksp., Bich. 11. ], 4.). 

Z)n alten €^a(^ ft^ft eicfti @cbTau(% natüirli^ ntt^t; benn tx at%\ 
ü« ht bie filttfle Seit luiüd unb tr|lR(tt fi^ im «ef. Über baJTelbe eebiet: 
Bücopnm acd aacerdum ged&fenad [läL hi hcora löre gymim {A.-S. Hohiu 
II. 343.^. Snlh ülmtBean gcbtred I>at maii geUeate bc rite Kghvilce geiffl 
(Leqg. iEiHt;]jt. MXIllI. 8,). Bfre nit gereorde [lilt cristenc maa ^evl/fja 
in VI manna aibfäce on his ägcnain cj^ne (Lkqu, jSthei.k., Codc. 
^nhHin. 12.). Sälre byd teghvnm, jjät hc 1iis freond rreee, {»nne he 
fela mum« (Beov. 2773.). God vftt on mec fät me ia micle leorre, 
Kt minno Kchaman mid mlnne goldgifan gföd /a((mj« (529^1.). Vartlc 
Ud, ^a man tEgh^Ice gedre süna äilet eöatron fyrdscipa gearvige (IjEoo. 
^TRELB., Conc .^phtun. 26.). HEdenscipe bid {)äC maa deä:'olg]rld eeonf^, 
yu ia, t)üt man c«ortti^« hiedene godas (Legc. Ckit. II. b.). Bu(^ bet 
@iitjtftfa(} ala inbirefte giage [emmt »or: Uvül Umpcd paa (>ci) C6 {le, 
Ol hiTlcnm >7rtrnman ic (Uenned tp (BtoA 477, 38Iin.). 
b) Eifert ber 9iefienfa|j bäS Objett be« ^Liut)tfaeed (einem StRufO' 
tib ober eineni anberen vom 9!er6 beä ^auptfa^ed utfprilngfic^ ab- 
bängigen SüfuB enlftie^enb) , fo flnb mehrere gäUe fllr bie B"' 
uffmtg eines Soniunftio ju untexfi^eiben. 

•) ^ fiDtitunttio, au$ ^iei mit umf^rei&enben gormen fein @cMet 
^ei!enb, totrb ju^elalTen, toenn bie Xu^fage be« ^auptjageS einen 
Sßil!endalt, nnt gorbemnß, Äbfl^t ob« Senbenj, @ett>A^* 
rnng, Sinräumung, Sortorge, S^er^Utnng enthält. 

I Charge thee that thou aMmii me (Sbaksp. , Temp. 1, S.). 
Ere yet thia day is ended Will I demand of bim tbat ho du 
HTä Uis good name from tha world (Coler., Ficc. 3, 3.). Law 
■nlli that each particalar Ae hum» (Mabl., Jew of M. 4, 3.). 
Bia Uajeatj reiohet, that Regenaburg Be pw^d from the enemj 
ere Easter (Coleb., Picc. 1 , 2.). Go : bid thy miatreas . . She tiriie 
apon the bell (Srakbp., Mach. 2, 1.). Ipray thee, Cardinal, that 
thoQ oMerl my innoceoce (Suklley, Cenri 5, 2.). God jroirf, that 
some, Icas noble, . .De^MTf cot worae than wretched CUrence 
did. And yet go current from siispicion (Suaksp. , Rieh. III. 2, 
1.). God $end Ire be all better thia day three months (GoLMM., 
G. Nat. M. 1.). Sojr, that, if the gfttea are not furtwith opeiwd 
lo m« uid nina, tfae blood of tbe plebeiana be on their own 
hewl (Bm.w., Kienzi 2, 8.). Wben law can do no right, Let ü 
be ImqfitI, that law do no wrong (Shakbp., John 3, 1). Lei il 
ttand fttr jnst, that man moie man hia prcy (CowP. p. 101.). 
Die MtbenfSee na<^ ben S0egtiffen be« Scrforgen« unb Ser. 
ftftleite fjreifen an ginatfälje: Look, tberefore, Lewis, that by 
tbü leagae axiA marriage Thou draui not on thee daoger and 



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dtibonoar (Soaksp., DI Haiu7 VL 3, 8.)- lM>k Üut be Udt 
QO weapon (Bdlw., Eichel. 1, 2.). Bot tee thoa dmge no more 
(Hahl-, Jew of M. 3, 3.)- Stt tlut « gond bt jeadj at mj 
«dl (BowK, J. Shore 4, 1.). Hure prrat csre I de «ot fband a 
talkar (SHAmp., Beaij VIII. 2, 2.)- 7«*« ^*^ >>e A<0- la oot 
(Taming 3, 1.). Brwmre Ihou that Aoa ^rin; nat my aon 
thither agaio <Ges. 24, 6.)- 1)n Jtonionfti» bcd ^täteritum na4 
bcm S9esTi^ be« äBnnf^eö im ^rSfene eiHfirt fti^ ait« ba 
. ffii^Qiui^tne auf bi( Sh^Dctttitflii^uns »twr Unfi^n^t bei 
SrWartung: IwmA, grare goyernor«, 'ttoere in tny power To fa- 
vour f OD (Marl., JewofM. 1, ä.), Ute birt a«i$ naä) ttai ^iS* 
tetlhim ber ^aQ iß: I wduM ihat I vm dead (Teknts. p. 9.)- 
©flfi au^ bet Snbifatiö im 9I(benfa$e bieftl^e SSShfunfl ^, 
bcisetfeit @tcQfn Wie: I uüA it was ia my power Xo be of ftnj 
eweatial service to him (Shebid-, Seh. for Sc. I, 1.), I makl 
Ma* bjr that diin lake (Th. Moobb, L. Bookfa). I m*i, firom 
tbe bottom of my heart, thi< auoatural etruggle mu orer (Coop., 
^ 1). Ucbn^it))t »ec^felt mi) fonfi bn 3itbi{ativ mit bem 
gpitjutthie, »D bie auSgefpio^ne Xenbenj fmift ben tonittnltiti 
foTbeit : 6o to yonr diocMM and set that I am obegtd (Hacacl., 
Hi»t. oif E. III. 169.), Wie in Watts' Logic ieibt ftonpraftiDnen 
neBeit einanbet flehen: See that jour geaerat definitioiu ot 
deserlptiom are bb accurate bb the nature of tbe thiog will beai: 
tet thst your geaersl divlaioiu and distribation* be jast aad 

«xact. 3)nr(4 ben dnbifatio »irb bcr (Srfolg antictfiirt; Die fonfl 
bei S^ol&tflanb andgebiüctt tnirb: I grant yon, I wm down 
(Sbaksp,, I Henry IV. 6, 4.). 

Ktt. I tool that tbci be wedded (P. Pi^dooh. p. 167.). I mA wd 
that thon hlt inte (Ai-m. 742.). Hcndely they byteelöA tbe Xhat thon 
beo heon btow^ (315B.). The Dcnthe bydei th«, bi thy llf, Thoo 
detire not tbi neghbnn wlfi (Tuw>. M. p. &1.). I eomvünd . . Thil 
DO taan &t thame fyad awt ds blame (p. I 7.). I pray tbat thon ma 
(eSe Whon I may conne my Crede [P. PutuaHU. p. 497.). Syn ye 
detiren That frere FlKterere be /et (p. 444,]. The aide lawe grwnlaA 
That giloan be btgiled (p. 389.). 1 team tbe.. That thoa greee m« 
nogbte (TowH. U. p. 19.}. And lohe that thon bire tüle (Wbight, 
Anecd. p. IB.). Look no man the «uw (Town. M. p. !S.). Lei» 
tbst thcm pay every mon algaU (Halliw., Freema*. S57.). I inacAa 
tbanne it wer« nyii (P. Plouqiih. p. 83.). loh vMt mi Ur tue vere 
U.nved (Wrioht, Aoecd. p. 10.). Iiiefe «t^nblang brt gitbenfaftt« 
tß bfK angtlfäi^fifd^en Scbrauc^t gtinSg: Ic uege eüv gü^Uce, t>^ ge 
eallungB ne (ret:t("i (MArn. 5, 34.). Biddad dryhcou, }>&t bis {junor- 
Tftda ^EfnEcra (Exon. 9, ZS.). Se ylca god, be gefiafode ^'ix. he rr« 
geeoitJiod viere (Job, Etnn. 5, Hl.). Beg^mad I>äc ge ns dön erfm 
rihtrlBneag« bcfOTan mannum (Math. 6, 1.) Seorge man georne, {wt 
man til> »ivla ne fotfan, be Criat mid hi« bg^nDm Bfe gehöhte (Lxaa. 
JBraKLu. Conc. ifinham. 10.). Urtrifltna Ififit fijcn bn« «((f- bie «mt« 
ri)iining bn ^anbluns im Nebenfa^ bur^ bot dnbifotiu ja: V^Um 
TB leegad yit fjc oamo of hoofece? (Luc. 9, 54.) Ic mlle |>ät ge 
ftdai eoUe Tiga &n oarm Kn^iumon (Lecc. Mtbi^m. Conc Oreatane). 
Ic gedä t>ät edvra vif bü Tuderan and eÖTre b«wn byd »IcopcSde 
(Lbgo. JBlfb. S4.). 



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fi) Sm» b4t HüSfdge U« ^tm^^triite bm ©*griff ber SJa^int^. 
mung, SorjtfKuRS "ber XeHgevHna bncd) 9Boite tnt^t, 
fj nfieiirt ber Shbenfab als mbirefter ÄuSbrucf Iti ©Aoiifen«. 
X)aS engOf^' (dt bieftm 37e6enfa|c jum T^eil ben Sonjunftil) 
tt^lttii, jcboi^ ntdft in beut endeten @e&ictc ber ittbtrefteR 

fiut tbon lomidtd htni, If ha oppeai tha doke od ancient 
mdice (Sraksp., Hich. II. 1, 1.). Thg beadaman . . Feeb if the 
ue 6e «harp and tme (Btb., F»rii. 15.). Wlien I oti her if 
ilie fopc me (Tennys. p. &.). She '11 not teil me if ihe fiw« ma 
(3).). To Ruie ifflnnnd of modern rhyme If Aught of uicieDt 
«•rtk £* tbare (p. V.). WhoCher thia ie or be not I'll not 
«peor (Shaksp., Towp. 5, 1.). The waaUi of tha house ahall 
Im bronght unto th« jadgea, (o »et iffaether he havt put hii hand < 
Hnlo bk neighboar'i g«odi (Exod. 32, 8.). This to otfoi«, 
«hetber heaVn nove or earth, Imports not (Milt., P. L. 8, TO.). 
But who may ihtoir Whether smile or frown h* Aeeter (Tekmys. 
p. 15.). Even thoae «ho had often aeen bim wrre at firat m 
dwM irbether this wert troly the brilliant and graee&l Mon- 
moDCh (Uacacl., Hiat. of E. II. 185.). Slugcr^alS ber inbi»!tttt 
^age ift ber jtonjunfti» frltnt: I Unit fae he composing at be 
goei in the street (Bek Jons., Poetast. 3, I.). Here now, pat 
eaie oor autbor thould, odcc moro, Svjear that hia pla; wert 
good (ib. Pro!.). One mighl gwear the Moming JVrre come to 
Ti«it Tithoa (BuLW. , Bichel. I, 3.). Deeming it viere no eaey 
taik To keep the truce wbich here woa aet (Suott, L. Minatr. 
5, 6,), %uSt bet Segiifj fceä Sef orgtfeine tmn einen inbi« 
töten Sragefaf} mtt bttii Sonjunttib ju |i4 nel^nten: I cor« not 
»ho tnow it (SnAESP., Henr; V. 4, T.). A vise ho»eman 
ahould, in auch a ca«e tak« eare boir he puB the rein too tigfat, 
kst tiie beast ahoold rear (Bclw., Bienzi 'i, 3.}. On aütn 
SöKeK ift aJofc aiu^ bet dnbifatib an feinet «Stcde; et giebt bie 
uTfpränAUc^e äJcr^eßung ober Steu^eruiig einfai^ »lebet, ttxoa 
Kit eintr SetSnberung bet 3"'f''>^ni» """^e ^^'^^ ^f« $auplfaj 
ttbinat »irb: Atk me if I am a courtler (Shaksp., All'a Well 
2, 2.). I kxtm not nbetber 'tu so (Shekid., Riv. 5, 1.). I.. 
atttd hitn irbether it w** not very difHicult to learn (Marktat, 
P. Smple t , 2.). Nor rare I wbo doth feed opon (Sbaksp., 
Henry V. 4, 3.). 9tu(^ ucc^fclt feisweifen in 6eigeorbnet(n 9te(en> 
fft^ ein ^RobuS mit bem onberii: Yoa thalt dtmmd of hin, 
irliedier od« captaiu Damaine tie Tthe camp. , what bia lepata* 
iMn w..; or whether he tUnkf, it wer« not poiaible . . to eomipt 
him to a revolt (Shakhp., All's Well 4, 3.). 

Dfl« HItt. f^rSntt ben ficniunlti» noiH} iMntger auf inbiTcftc Stttgo 
P^ ein, tco tl f^on tinä) ben 3nbiEati» ^at: And /uked hirc.What 
•he vien (P. PuiutHii. p. 19,). Thor nyi co man can deme..It 
that it Ktre deparled otflalij (Cii*i:c., C. T. 7318.). ^attf. fe king.. 
/rainxde hia cnihles sone what tceoren pat specha (Lajau. II. 174.). 
ITifeit he wolde . . «at pmn hit were [I. 12. cf. L 34G. III. 25.)- Vnt^ 
aaben ^itjt bieten benttiten ffiobnA: At heUo I ir<m he ie (Town. 



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M. p. le.). Ffejthfnlly beieete aqwyk min (hat he be (Cov. Wrsr, 
p. 91 i.). ünb mit boiKben-btranbihtiD fttf)t: Woot no wi8ht..wiiii 
j-Dogh u to mcne (P. Ploughm. p. 882.)- 11° EulTred hjni Bjnns, 
Sorwe to feele, To (cife what wola tc<u (ib.), (e ttKL^feln 6nbc SRoba 
^iei»ilni tia* btmjelbfn ©antitlaöt: He aikaU, w«t lond yt were, 4 
wat folk >er inne woj ^H. oc Gl, I. 45.). 3m »gf. ifl Hat^ tt« 
genannten Serben ber fioniunftic in allen @nb|lanti»fS|}ni gdSulig: Ic 
Tille /ondi^an .. hväL t>ä rnsn d6n (Cjsdk. 2401.). Ongiet georne 
hvät (tj güd 61I1I0 yffll (Cod. Exok. 302, 32.). Hyegad hia calle h6 
80 hi besvleen (Cbijm. 4SI.). OeiiAi ge . . hväder ai\ mäge «fter »U- 
riEBe vonde gedfgsa uncer trcga (Bkuv. 5051.). pä vSnde ae hen 
fal bis tultnmes'eo imrata dcel tjwre on ^i.m »cipmn (Sai. Cbb. 911.). 
Je gel^e fiSt hU from God cäme [Cmdk. 677.). Cvardon |i&t ho tum 
TOraldcynlnga mnnna mildust (Beov. 634!.). 2>tT 3nbtfatte i|i jtbK^ 
ni^t [eilen : Syddsn hi vüfinifaa hit [laia be sQdan cd« (Saz. Cbb. 1091.^ 
Ke mihte him btdymed vyrdan |>ät hii engjl ongan ofermöd veus 
(CsdilSSI.). Üb («cfod bäc hü ät geroBton eidmöd dj«^ in middangeaid 
magna gold-hord (Cod. Exon. 49, 14.). $icT ^alibcft tB fiC^ m bcc 
.91(0(1 um »OTÜcgenbe £^alfa<(eu- 

icie SJtrbalbegrifft ^offe« unb fflr^ten Joerben not^ bi«tDd' 
Itn im 9!eucnali([l[)en öom ftoniunttio im Diebenfofee ttgteiWi 
I Aope he be in love (Shaksp., Much Ado 3, 2.). Tnwt no 
bodv for ftar jou be belrayed (Skaksp. , II Henry VI. 4, 4.). 
SRaÄ bem Segtif|e btr gurc^t jle^t bffet bei lest ber Roujmd' 
ti»: But do you not /ear li^at he discover that Clara wrot« tlie 
lelter? (SULW., Money 3, 1.) But otber doubl posseaaea mt; 
lest harnt Befal thee aever'd from me (Milt., F. L. 9, 251^. 
Äut^ anbete SErbalbegrifff, met^e bit Siotjleflun^ b« giltst 
enthalten, ^aben loat nit^t Jetten mit bem Sonjunlt») bei fi^: I 
tremble lest he 6e dUeavered (ßui.w., Lady of Lyoni 2, 1.), 
beBgtei($en bei beware: Bnnare lest hlundering Brougham detlroj 
the aale (Bv«. p. 321.). 

S)K 3nbiFatie, I» nie uui[t^r(tbenbe 3nt[oi:mcn im Wcbetifa^ fhtb 

fonfl bi( 92(^(1. SDer filteren ^pfaijt ift natürlii^ ber £cn[unttiv m 

beiben gSUen gene>m; na^ allen arten bef Ituflbrudefl ber gnn^t fle^ 

gerne lest mit bem AcnjnnHib; Bat yet I am in drede Lesto ho tum* 

hire ICBtament (P. Pi^uohm. p. 475.). Drtde U «t tha UbU I.«n 

Ciiet in coDsistorie A-corie ful manye (p. 7.). For dmUe Ittt h« 

*Urve (p. 227.). $)albf. We ieo^ ofiriMl Bore lest« he haibe xtoa 

more (Li^au. II. 107.). 3m %i\. {lebt b(i boffen, nie bei ffli^KOf 

bei AoniunCtio: Bc /iopode t>at he getäve aom täcen (Luc. 23, 8.). 

Ic me onigan miig {liii me TrtLdra sum . . feore benedle (CcDM. 18SS.). 

2.Unter ben SlbCerbialfäljen nimmt ber DIebenfaj} ber Dcl^beflint« 

muRQ ober bei ^ofaCfa)}, auger in bcijenigen äßeife feiner $erall< 

gemeinerung, »elt^e einem Aoticeffiofage entfpiic^t (J. unten), feilten 

fton{nnhib auf. 

X)aa Bai- ging bter etwae weiter. Wm Bgl. Vaoa mid lUic and [>e ric 
gecei5a on jjiESum lande, ^r ^e ledbst lie (C^nu. 1716.)i [. abjettibf a^ 
3.X)er 9iebenfa)j bei 3^<tbeflimmung ober ber 2:em)ioraIfa{} ^ 
in befc^iäitftem S^aage bem jloniunftib eine SteQe ge(a(fen, tDel^e lebtN^ 
au(^ überall bem dnbitatic neid^en Tann. !X)er auf bic £tte|len @a^ 
formen gegtflnbete @ebruu^ ^at m gumeifl in auffaatnber UtberÖB« 
ttitRmnng mit bem franjifift^eii n^oltctt. 



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■) Set ftonjimltib iß tit ©ö^cn gcflättet, teefc^ mit ere utib lefwt 
äa^f^n tDetten; jie (eintonnt ttnc ^anblung, uel^^ >io4 ^*^ 
jcnisni ßatt ^, totlt^e im ^aii)!tfa$e auäsef|>ii>(^ett UHtb. 

£r« tkon 90, Give up tfay eUff (Sbaebf., II Ilenr}' VI. 3, 8.). 
Suj, monster, ere thou ink (Bbk Jons., FoeUsl. FraL). Thora 
ningle broila, Bre thU avenging eword bagim thy doom (Mir.T, F. 
L 6, 211.). I law, alasl some dread event impend, £rw to Uta 
niin thia morning-iiui deietitä (Fope, Bape). Ere my eonl ntire 
111 mak« my o«s elyiium herel (Th. Moore p. 19.) Wbat bil- 
lon, what gale« ü she fated to pioTe. Ere she tleeji in the Im 
of the Inud tbat I love (p. 137.). Lose no moment Ere Bicheliea 
imt the packet (Bulw., Bichel. 3, 1.). I pardon ihee thy life 
itfore thoD aii it (Shaksp., Mercb. of V. 4, 1.). IIow canat thoa 
mU, ihe will deny thj snic, B^ore tboa metct a trial of ber lov«? 
(I Henry VI. 6, 3.) TbU night btfitre tbe cocb crav,, tboD sbalt 
denv me tbrice (Matth. 26, 84.). The treo will wither long brfore 
he /o« (Btr-, Ch. Har. 3, ^2). 3)ie in ter Btit, loett^ ber 
femtitfag im Auge ^at, nix^ uneemiillii^te 2;^ätigfeit fann bie 
Scfltfion beS ©pte^enbeti jui STrSgeiin ^abcn, iiamenllii^ xso auf 
nnc Sbfi^t ^ingebeutet cttx i^oti eiiitm beflimmteii S^Itum obgefe* 
^ Uiirti. 

S)k filtnt @)na(|c gtbmiu^t btn floniunftiv in iwitnem Umfanac 
Kit. Heo De fyncde neaer mo, ar t>0 olier aare ax groiide (B. of Qu 
L 140.). Uore für hit U, Bann falle, Tbat we ircndo and bim aasaile, 
Or be com« here on ows, (Alib. 3371.). (Take) thon honmen «ad 
rftlayle Er (Aanne (bon the toan otat/^ (Rick. C. dk L. 4099.), ElleDe 
bncdred jer ^Is kyng iraa \iia "b^are And eyjcc jcr yaUwe er God 
Kcr« y6ore (R. of Gl. I. S6.]. Tbere )b mors pryT^ pryde in Prechoure« 
holet, Tban tfaere lefU in Lacifere, Or be teere io-ntfailen (P. Plddghil 
p. 473.). ^lb[. Ue — ^atc irau füll off Halij Gast .lEr fmrm lie borenn 
Kcr« (Obm. 1965.). aitt. Xin Snbilalib ftcl)l atei cbcnfade 6&u^; nie 
Vim im a^., WD bei Aenjunftio in nitft)re^eiibni ®£^n mit bcm ^ti\aii 
nab ^tStmtnm Cortcmnit: 7or {ihh ])c ic n&n >ing, ne du ar fian ße 
tu )iydcr euRU (GtN. 19, 22.). Ic TÜi m- ^am /te Abrobam van 
(JoK. 8, 58.), aber vaä) bn Snbttatiu eintritt: Edier Fäder vftt brät ed* 
harf ys (TT Aani f>e ge bine iiiUoft (Math. 6, S.). Hit TÜ ealloa 
Mtoid mannam cäd ar hit gedän väi {Sn. Cait. 1044.). @a ^Ottt 
m^ ba( llltfa(^ftf(^e tttben bfm Scniunllis bcn dnbitotis; ugl. QcHand 
1714. 7270. 8397, 8692. Vuffaßtnbci Sieife fehlen im attc. in btt 
fdbellni 3'it Seifpiele bcS @ebi;aii^e( eines nitt^iebenen Sonjunftib tn 
RttalfS^ mit bifore, biforen. 

b) 3n tetn 9iebcnfa$t, bet eine X^ätigfeit audfagt, ilä ju icelc^et 
Mc ^anblting beS $am)ifa6e3 llc^ erftreilt, ile^l ofl ber RcnjunRib, 
toäbrenb btr Onbifütib am ®clänfig(len .\% 3)er 9IefcenJa(; wirb 
mit tili, uniil citigefH^rt. iCie in biefem €agc enthaltene iSegrenjung 
be« ©oinitfaert flePattet befonber« ha bie rePeftirte TiarjteBunge. 
BKi[e, no eine abfielt, eine »orauflgefeljte ober gaitj aUgemein ^m* 
gePtOte $anb[ung vorliegt. Stac^ einem negalioen $au))tfa|}e läßt 
|iA biefer ©a| leiAt in einen SteBenfag mit ere, before veiuan* 
bau, Vd berfelbe SIlDbuä eintreten fbnnte. 

^Yill bii majes^ Gire Richaid leave to live lill Richard ditF 
(GbusF., Bach. IL S, S.) Bio« läl thou bunt thy wind (Teup 

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1, 1.). Ol «re 0C& bid'Ui tbntmUr " thj Mag IM (Ud-t^ F 
L. 3, 107.). I OMiMt do anrAmg liU thou A« com« IUAw (Gin 
19, 92.) (egt. agf . «r [im ^ {>u ..cQme). Such Me to Nferiof 
worth is gif'n, Who long «ith mnCa ui4 irow hw Strien.. 78 
wreMVd of «r'rj staj bvt H««v'n, IIa, nia'd tink (Bdbmb, Fmnu] 
Th«]' AkII pniBDe the* mM Uiod petvk (Dkcter. 28, 32.). Ttnj 
witli him k few dayi, wOä thy brothar'a ftny (»r« swiy (Gin. 27 
44.). Dsrt tby «pirit's ligbt Beyend all woHds, wM ita iptciom 
lalgbt SaHcte tha void circuinfbraoce (Sbsllet IV. 102.). We«k 
tWth . . Thy kingly ioMlect <ball fand , Vatü «he *e tm Khletc 
boM (TEiniYa. p. 41.); in htbiitftcr 9{ebe: He cbM-ged thm thu 
ttey »hoDid tall no mao vbat things Ihej bad inen, f>B ihe 8oa ol 
nan wn-e urüen from the dekd (MxniC. 9, 9.). 

Sa« Xltc. bt^ Rnc^ in bitfctn Wt(ni1a^ bm «Mmui^ bei Onianttb 
ttcttct aM; Die tn bcn S. a.) 6e)Hc^ttra ©ü^ni ^^t auA \\n «Fl i« 
JCoaiimrtie, me bic Sqfi^inmg bt« gattum« oU UlHirn no^ litgt. te 
alUngltl^t cntflJrc^tnbc ncbcnfn^ mit til, cm, untii, tö, unio, forto, farte x. 
jriflt {in efaiim&^a Sinfaiiea: And bideth y» theriuna TU (ouitj 
daies be fidfild (P. Pi.uuoiui. p, IGT.). Thenne he dweüjd ^ it Wf 
day (RicB. C. de L. 1537.). Thal aal men se fnl »one, I troir, And 
ttiisdf sal DOght iric how, ?^tif thou £dk al thine bononre (Sedts Sagh 
2839.). Thyn aakyng has he gmuotjd the, With oaten ded« on Ijfe la 
be Ta thoD thy Cryal have legn (Towh. M. p. IfiS.). Wbsm 1 Ion 
and lerre. And erere «cbal, imfo myn herte tlerc« (Chauc, C, T. 1145.). 
Ana foughtten . . For-to it «er» ahnest day (Alib. 5B98.). AI bemjBgt 
Idt achnt forth forte hit beo i-brend to ende (Wracirr, Pop. TrtU. 
p. 135.). atitc bit SnltDiffluns Mtfcv Ca^fonntn ^btlt bic 8<tn wb 
Safta'We'/ ""> Sti^pitft mit bon 3nbi(atib nw$3u(t!ftB finb. IJo: Bttn- 
]a% mit üU f^dnt hn ^tSj. nur mit bnn 9nbifatiB »srjntcmmni. SgL 
Okm. 12G. 9147. InCrod. S tc; im Bgt- mag For he besät heom til U 
äjaven np here Castles (Sax. Chr. IHO.), ffa b«n SoniunftiB JOIJ«. 
<W btm nrtflwe^enbeH agf. 6« tuixb Mboi btm ^nbitotio oud^ tn fcf 
Jiinniu mgttcoffen : He sohle fram ^taa yMeatan AS [lone giagiatHi M 
he /undv {lone Itryl on Benjamines sacce (Ges. 44, 1!.), CHf M« {wnni 
Tlter ai biete man hit M hit hieove tö rytine (L. m: Oan. S.). Tncjil 
^r Sd plU ge fi$4n (M«bc. G, 10.). Co ^t baS gett). ante angn tnt 
3nbifiitit> an^ bm Aon|unHiU M fiil^. 
e) Selten wirb bet ffioniunfiit in anbeten SemtioTalfSten mgttref^ 
j. S. in ©ifen mit lehm.- üow, quiot eohI, depart wien hesm> 
pbiu« (S&AKSP. , I Henry VI. J, '2.). K^en he pltiut to tuke 
commotioa 'T h to be fear*d, they all will follow him (0 Ilcniy 
VI. 3, 1.). Wby Ht any time uAen it pleate you, I «halt be ready to 
discoane to you aTI I koow (Ben Jons., Ev. M. in bis hum. 4, 4.). 
^Vhere'er our coune we lay Whtn evening bid tbe weat wave bnm 
(Ta. UooRE p. 256.); ober mit whih.- Tbe roae blooms'on out 
brows in life, tohiU life be worth the hitving (Bui.k'. tu Wsgner 
Gc. p. 313.). Säge bief» 3rt ^a(en einen aQgcnteinen SbaraDn' 
ber 3"tt>itn(t ober B^itraam wirb nii^i auf eine Seflimmte, ieri^tt" 
St^citfac^e Belogen. 

Siefc ©ebTau^etneife erinnert an bie Setti^n^eit bei Sfteren unb Sä#ei 
Seit- ffifon ba^- 6"^'- ^"^ be «ere wrojj, ne dorate ro man f^' 
hiro -wifi (L.JJAH.II. 87. iflng. 5:.); mib baaagf. ^it nafthvonni;, hT»"" 
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AvDRM «9 eyme «mgln lerfas (Cm. E^str. SM, 9S0- 0«*elt« im fcoiM 

ladapn biannt ^ iffUs frilt ie far Jw gtbidde (Exodw B, ». et Csdu. 

1034. 1S60. 1421. 1428.); etoo^I (Ui4 ben ^nbifotttt: &ierme Iiit flät 

hfit Mira b£hs (Sax. Cbb. 103.). Safltlte ift bn goS bei bei getSufifldi 

«enimtltisn t>o°De: potme f*a big gefangen hUSbe, {ranne &x* ^a hig 

(Gex. 44, 4.). Gif mui vif mid beam oblsa, fionne IhU beani in hin 

>jr, foi^lde tione iKinan fhDan gyldG (Leoc. ^J'b. B. 9.). 3m Ktt. 

941 "i<^ M t)nn glei^bcbeittetibat fr«, fri (th&n, thu) bei Sentovltib: 

Wt H^aH« Diafce njrtiie and greta loUce ^ tUi thjng ba broght to 

■nd <ToirH. H. p. SB.). Eor thoa wüte ba & ibraw £e thoa eom a( 

«ce (p. an.). ^9|]f. wirb bti Amiimltiu noi^ Mrf^fbcani fni^ttiMti 

Otß^^epimrtCIl anät bei ^«nda» (Bsov. 2469. 5290. Cod. Exm. 96, 84. 

300, 18.) nä la>^6 tsä (Deuter. 22, 2D.) /)ä hvÜt (Leoo. .^thzi.b. 4, 

12.) Q. 0. gebiituc^L 

4.:^SaiifaIfa^ iat etignen ®imit, iDcIi^n einen boilie^enben ®tunb 

(ueflini^t, gcflattet eine bnrc^ ben äi)ttn Jfonjunftib (ejCK^netf, Tefl{{> 

tirtc Xnäfo^e ni^t. 3)ei 3nbifatib liegt t^eiM in ber Statut btt 

@a^, t^KÜä ift a iaxä) bouernben (Stbrauäf Btfefligt. 

b.J>tr SvnbitionatfaQ, infafcm er eine ^etingnng enthält, bte ni6t 

)>gld^ da uerniitlii^t onSge^ib^n. cbei fi^Ieqt^tn aÜ nnoetwhniqt 

gAo^t twtb, lä§t eielfcu^ bcn ßonjimttiD jh, obmot^ et ben dnbitativ 

atii6 in biefen Säuen nii^t aue(i^liegt. 

a) dn ben mit i^ eingefüllten @ä^n ift ber fionjunlUb no^ fc^t 
9«lä«fi9. 

Höre let DB reit, if thia reballiooa earth Have any r«*ting for 
hn UiM king'a qaeea (Sbaksp., Bicb. IL 5, 1.). My blMaings 
ligbt npOB the«, 1^ thoa regtet them (Ben Joks., PoeUut. 1, 1.). 
Sk9 daaerta the« oot, •/ tbon Dümiu not her (Uilt., F. L. 8, 
5I>3.). 1/ loliUida necetd to grief, EeleaBfl &<im pain ii elight 
t«li^ (Btb., Giaour). „ff m be, mj' Ud," returaed the Captain. 
„Do it." (DiCKKHS, Dombey a. S. 3, 10.) Erery bullst hita the 
metk, according to the hnnCaman'B snperstition, ■/ it kaee firtt been 
Jifptd in the markstnftn'i blood (Lkwes, G. I. 59.). i^ bnt the 
fiünleat irhiiper in yoar hearta imtimaU to you that it ia not &ir, 
— haaten, for the «akfl of ConaerratiBBi itoelf to probe it rigo- 
nniilj (Cakl., Pait e. Frei. 3, 5.). If it uxrt to, it was a grievoui 
fanlt (Skaesp., Jnl. Cfa. 3, 3.). }f it viere so There noir would 
be no V«Dice (Btb., Foacari 1, 1.). Jf I viere the ConaerTaüve 
Part; of EngUud . . I iroald not for a hundred thousund pounds an 
hoDT allmt tbose Com-lavi to continael (Cabi_, Pait ■, Fres, 3, 
5.). Wbat good «kould follow thie, if thia wcre dinu? (Trnnys. 
p. 194.). On Tbnrsday, if he toere in the houae, wby didn't he 
HW ab T (DocOL. Jkrbold, Bubbles 1.). Grief made tbe young 
Spring wild, and she thren down Her kindling bads, aa if she 
Antman »wf (Saellft IV. OS.). 

!Dii6 ber Onbtlaii», ont^ »d rt p4 um bie allgemeine Äuffteüung 
dner Sebrnguiu o^ne iRQdflt^t auf i^re SeTtDtrlli^ung ober 97ii$t< 
beriDtitlitfiiing IninbeU, gebtaud)! »»rben fonn, t|l an fl^ tiot. 
%eit i{t ju bewerten, tag ueBen bex unbefangenen (iiufleÖunQ ber 
9dnigitng au^ bie Orenie nie bit (efcrgte ober ^cerfi^tlii^e 
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f^Iag geben Knneti. 3Kan btrgln^e fttr ben ®e(raui$ btfl ^5> 
(enS «nb $ttfeHiim im ^nbitatie: If gnilty dread AaiA Itft tbee bo 
lEUch Btrength, As to take up niine honour'a pawn, Äen atoop 
(Shaksf-, Rieh. II. 1, 1.). If thou more murmur'rf, I will rend «o 
oak, And peg thee in bis knotty entruile (Temp. 1, 2.). Deieend 
from Heav'o, Urania, bj tha^t narae If rightly tbon art calTd (Milt., 
F. L. 7, 1.)' And if thon loiterest longer, all will fall away (Coua. 
Picc. l, 10.) unb: If Mi. SeriouB, the clergyman, calU, uy I am 
gone tu the great meeting at Exeter Hall (I)i;i.w. , Monej 3, 2.]. 

@o mag aü§ bei Stiefel mit beibeit SJtDben nic^t immer M ab' 
fi(^t8{[)€ betrachtet tserben: OhI if yom tean art givtn to caro, If 
real woa distarba your peace , Comc to mj bosom . . Bot tf wtUi 
Fancj'fl »iflion'd fears, With dreams of wo« your bosom ihrill, Yon 
look 80 lovely in your teara, That I mnat bid you drop tiiem «tili! 
(Th. Moore p. 68.) 

£)ie 93ertaufi^iing bc9 Scnjuiilti» bn B^itfcnncn bet Sergangoi' 
^eit mit bem Onbttatib auiij in bem gaflt. Od bie IRic^toerttirf« 
li^uns bet ^anblung bie SJoiaudfeljiins auSmai^t, flimmt mit bem 
ftamBfffc^fn ©pvail)flebvoui^e überein, unb mochte burt^ bie Umiit- 
terfi^eiDbarfeit bet ^oben in manchen agf. formen bc« ^rSimtmit 
«nterpljt »«beit. 

I BuppoBO you would aim at bim best of all i/" he wu out of 
BighC (SnEitiD., Biv. 5, 2.). If l aia aot more afraid of tiring, 
than of Ecanduliging your tord«Iiip, I could quotc to you examples 
of modern churchmen who have endeavoured to juatify foul language 
by the New Testament (H, St. Johk, Lett. 4.). I woold not have 
apid thia for the world, if I was not a Itttle aniiona about my 
OWD girl (BcLW., Money 3, 2.). What ahould I be, if I toat deaf 
to the poverty and sorrowa of othera (Alice 1, !.)• 

3m Site, gebt b« ScnjuoTti» ebenfalls neben bem dnbrlath) Iftt: ff 
he with Tante be fanden, I trowe, iC rallos htm haid (Lahgtoft II. 235.). 
God :-,eie tho mucbel haie (caro?), jeif that thoa hire tpar* (Wbight, 
Anecd, p. 13.). Touche iE to the tajr, and Jif it breime, ii \s a 
gode aigoe (Mjlu.ndev. p. 61.). If it be tiü wiIle..Be merdable to oi 
(P. Pi.uuoHu. p. 108.). An if a pore man ipeke a word, be ahal be 
foule afrountcd (Wbight, Polit. S. p. S37.). If thou thy lyfe in «yn 
7iare Ud raercy to aäk be not adred (ToWs. M. p. 260.). ©afbl- Annd 
tu ne mihhl nohht borrjhcDn ben . . Butt iß {in raujAe off hete anud 
nil» AU clennsenn wel ^in herrte (Oiia. 44G0.). ^inflitli* bei Seitfonnelt 
ber Setgungeiibtit flnbct biefefbe UeBntinptmmung ftirit: Site. J^f yn the 
logge he teere t/-lalce Mnche d«a««e hjt myjth ther make (Hai.i.iw^ 
Frecmae. 133.]. ^affef. Heo seiden . . ßf bc uere bwo [inite . . ^t he 
heran wolda leaden oul of fiino leoden [Lajam. 1. 16.). Q< ift anjuneftmOI, 
bdg iai @)ita(^gefübl in ben ni^t mebi: etfntnbarm ^DtobalfenncR in 
Sbnlitben Sctbinbungen noi( lange ben ^onjunFtit) etn))funben bat SHf> 
faHenb iji.bet Soniuniti» be« Präteritum in ©fifetn »it: Tef he teere 
er ji-bele »urc, Thanne nag he bete moche more (Octouia:< 8^1.)i ebUM^ 
KbÖtfät^Iit^efl im SRebenfa|;e für ben Sergleij^ uotjujii^reebtn (jfltgt. 3)« 
unbefungen* aufiltllung eine« ©a(je3, »riiet auf bie engattaentcit 
belegen ifl, bat fonfl tbenfaltS ben Önbitotiu: Ji^ that wm joore parp«*> 
it psMith my vrittis Ta deme etc. (Dkposit. of Weh. II. p. II,). — 3)a 
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thoa ne t^Utt (kil I «lud don after thi wil (Wbjqht, Aneed. p. S.). Jrf 
Uier fyth a loket bj er outber eje, Th>t mot with wane be ««t for lu 
of Dther leje (Wbicbt, PoliC. S. p. 154.1. $ati|. Jiff f>att ta GodeM 
Saue arrt wi&a, Macc broMl otf ]n»e stanea« (Ohm. 11S09.). 3tn Sgf. 
n^t neben bem Sonjunftib Ic^on bn ^nbitatib ^r: SSc ^f ^a dyrre 
(Beuv. 97<;3.). Qyf^a Godea aana i^, CTed ^St )i&a atänu td hlife 
gcTMrdon (Math. 4, 3.). Ot/ >e lyEte tä (^ o/ätlagm, getjJle bim ßf 
•dU tö böte {Leog. Mi.ni. B. 40.). 3n btn ©tfeftni ttn^fclt WuRfl mit 
bicfcm fiDniimttie bei ^nbilatiu, loic anbectw«: Oaiend H^geUk«, g^ mec 
Hild nun« beada icrada beCat (Bkuv. 908], nwmit man »gl. Gif mec duU 
mm«ff (S99.); unb fa ntic^t ba8 Cnglifc^ oft in bei Sibttäbnle^ng »om 
Itgf. äRobUt üb: (?i/^ Jacob nytiUt Tif of [lises Undea maDDum, nelle ie 
EbbKn (Gek. 27, 4B.); mgl. i^ Jacob tahe a. «ife . . nhat good ahoU 

my life do me. ^R @>!^ mit ^eüformtn bn Stvgangcnteit in Semg 
anf nic^t senniTrii^le Qanbinng if) ttn Sg|- flbemll nnx ber fteniuntti» 
jn trtfmien, nwnn au^ bie gotm i^ unflat mai^t: Oi/ God o,Bre t6vn 
fädei, vitödllce ge lafedoa ms (Job. 8, 42.). Ac fftf }>at falle mägen 
^ vare, ne eodoo bl nBfre efl ti) scipon (S.ix. Chh. 1004.). ~ Oif ga 
me lufedon, ge gebliasedon (Jum. 14, !8.). 

b) 3)cv äSttinsungSfa^, welker t)on bem vetotteten an, uid, eingeleitet 
uiib, tfl tsie ter @a|} mit if £e^anbe(l. Qi ^at tfSuftfl ben Aon> 
iunftib, a6er audf ben Onbilafie. 

Jn't plesse tho gods, I'il biile m^ matter from tbe flias (Shaksp., 
Cfmb. 4, 2.). Aad tbe knightbood was but n silly aliow, im it 
tcrre not for the wine from tbe boras'a noatrils (Bulw. , Rienii 
ö, D.)- — All! no mora of that, Hai, an thou lotial me (Siukbp., 
I Henry IV. 2, 4.). 

Site. And thoa chüde in this hoiu, Bit achal beo a Ihyng nnirreate 
(Ai.is. G18.). Now welle were I an il so imm (Towm. M. p. 1B6.), 3>ie 
Uitie &ptadn ltgön|Kgt btn Äoniunfti». EßS^errt übet bie Oefi^i^te bei 
Tortild I. in bet !e^« Mn ber Sfl^fflgnng. 

c) ffiirb ber Sebinoun^dfag mit lo, *o that eiitgcffi^rt, fo erfc^eint 
Borju^^cife ber Honiiinltiu tu, mo bie SHIobalforni ertennfiar Utibt. 

Where doth the world tbrust forth a vanity {So it ba ne« there'i 
no nispect ho« vile), That is not quickly bu7z'd into hif eara? 
(StuKSP. , Rieh. II. 2, 1.). Let'em war lo wa _ 6e conqueron 
(Mabl., Je« of M. 1, 1.). Berenge . .on itaelf recoib; Let it; I 
reck not, lo it iight well aim'd . . on him who nest ProTokea niy 
envy (MiLT., F. L. 9, 171.). Wherein concerni it The world at 
lu^c . . Whether the man of low extraction keepa Or blemiahea hii 
hoQoar — So (hat tbe mnn of princely rank be tavtd (Colkb., 
Wallenst. 3, 8.). So I u!ere out of priion, and kept abeep, I sbould 
be as merry aa the day la long (Shaksp., John 4, I.). 

%aä) im Site- i|l ber AtniunItiV ^upg: Sehe auide, Sirs, ich wille 
hclp [he, So Ihat thou viilie sponai me (Si>utn Sal.v^ 2663.). I conlhe 
tdle..t0 ikat ye be not wroth (C>uuu., C. T. 7829.), So he uere 
lemed oa the langage, my IjS durst I wcdde, jif he waite well the 
wordi«, aitd io werche theraftsr (Ui^i-obit. oy Ricii. II. p. !.). So ihat 
he leere moat y-worahepede, Thenne seulde he be so y-clepede (Salliiv., 
Frttmaa. 45.). Sei Siibitattc fhibet fli^ eSenfane in entf^ttbencr {^erm: 
Take all the gnd that I bave, So that tbon viyh my ladt aare (Sie 
Audi« 677.). Utbec bie S^nli^ AenfiTuItüm Mücanblei: ^Bxmta unb 
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d) Qu ninf4fti&ilitg«T brt SJtbiÄanngflffttt* ^U«^ protAfaf, *ay, ««p- 
f)?»e, toei^e ci^nl(ii$ mtDoK'^äiibmc ober boOftSttbigt ^aiii)tf^ 
auSmai^n, bcn» rin ©nb^ontibfa^ f otgt, tann bei Jtonjunftiv friite 
GttQe fiuben, infofem eine SotaitSfeQiutg aufgefleQt wirb- 

And tili« will [ tenlure my poor gentümafl-inta Cftrcue hl por- 
fOTin , providtd tbera bt no treason practiitd upon ot (BxH Joks^ 
Em. M. in liit kun. 4, 5.). „Succaed^ and we will excnH thee all 
— enn to tbe" — „Dailh of a Colonna or Onini, •honhl JDitic« 
demand it, and pMvided it b* according to tbe law," addad Bienm 
(BuLW., Bienzi 1, 5.). Say t he enterlani'd , Wfaat then aball fal- 
low7 (Mahl-, Jew of M. 1, 2.) But tay I lerrt to be haaged, I 
Derer conld be haoged for anything thiit would give me greahir 
comfoTt tban tho poiioning that slut (Gay, Begg. Op. 3, 1.)- 
St^ote 'twtr« Fartiua, coold j-on blama my cboica? (Addib^ 
Cato l, 6> 

Steft Hinfc^eihingen ge^Sitn ber jlhiflrrm C)»ra^ a anb «hmcai 
an bie fl. parva qne, sappoBJ qne, tDcl^t tbmfaDS bffl ton j im B ilB in 
^ ntbnuti. Om enellfi^cti taffrä |1e anerbingfl an<^ btn ^nbüMr» jn: 
Th« more ddight in combining ideaa aulücea tbem; jirovided tbe de- 
ducEioni ore logieal, they seem aimoit indilTereiit to tlieir tralh (Lkweb, 
G. 1. 65.). Suppote thc Scriptures ort of Torce, The; 'n bat commiarioiu 
of coaree (Buti.., Hnd. 2, 2, 211.). 63^ biefei Btt tSniint Oll^ btn 
(E^aTaftn Ucn Aoncef|leIäöen ^itEen. lieber S^nlti^e ültcrc Sotfonnai 
f. b. ealäfüBong. 

e) SBiirb bei Sebingungdfa^ butt^ einen inbertirten ®at^ oeitre* 
ten, fo tann bei Sonjunttic in tiefen @a|i) eintreten, bmS nic^t blrt 
im ^ififenfl, fonbern auc^ ba im Präteritum flaftflnbet, Uo ber dvlnlt 
kefl @aged a[e nic^t ber SBirllt^teit eittfbret^enb Borau^cfe^t tsitt. 

And, for tbnt dowry, l'U auare her of Her widowhood, bt it that 
she aarrive me, In all my laada (Shaksp., Taming 3, 1.). A peaH 
ao big.. As he it valued but indiffereatly , The price tbereof will 
■erva to autertain Selim and all hii soldicra for a month (Uaju.., 
Jew of M. 5, 3.}. I would make tbe remembranca of tbem to 
ceaae from among men: Mitre it not that I feared tbe wratb of tbe 
enemy (I>£[rr£R. 32, 2G.). Wtrt but your duty with your faith 
wüted, Would you «tili almre the low-born peaiaot'a lot? (Bolw., 
Lady of Lyons 5, 2.). 

Snt^ For be 1 taken, I im bot dedc (Tun-M. M. p. 15.). Ac uere the 
kiDg vel avised, Lite! nede eholde be bave awiche pore to pile (Wkichi, 
Tolit. S. p. S38.). Were ther a belle on hire boighe . . Uen my^bu 
«iten wher Aci wenle (P. Plouceim, p. 11,), 3m «gf. t|l tm It^tCTOI 
JjaHt iai ^TSteritum flete ale fionjunftie anjuTcgeii: Ähie ic minra tunda 
gevealil, and tnoate ine tlä Ate veordan. . [lonne ic mid t*i* veröde — 
(CiiiM, 8G7,), — And ho h* gOTvldan mcahte, narre [jbC hl oa oiht 

äiburston of luere byrig (SAx,'cB>i. 943,). SJie im ^tfittne ber ^nbiTotio 
feine ©teile Jot, leiBta Ceifpicle in ber Sette-»cn bet SatfUgunQ. 

f) äSenn bei ^cbingintD^fdg einen %uena^mtfaU entljält, oon bcf^en 
(Eintreten bie Ungttltigleit bed ^aubtfa^ed abhängig gtmai^t tttib, 
f» )}fIcQt bon ben erlennbaren ÜlCobalfonnen bn ScujunftiB im 
9lebenfat[e vorgejoaen jn leeiben. 

a) S}ie4 ift jun&<4p in @5^cn mit mUu ba gatl: Bat theyll not 



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piDCh . .imIm« ha bid them (Sousp., Mm; WW. 2, 2.). lMe$* 
A Iure of rirCae tigit iIm flftme, Satire is, mom tban tkote h« 
bnnda, U> blama (Cowt. ^ 109.). The eventa . . Jtmat be veiy 
imperfectij uudentogd imieu the plot of UM precading aeti be 
well known (Mac&ul., UUt. of £. 1, 3.)- Hflected it wiU bej 
MiJeM it Nwr* a Demon thnt inada thi« Uaiverae (Cabl., Put & 
Frei. 3, 12.). Süer 3nbifatiD ifl iiüitf[en nii^t siiegcf ^loffen : A 
lie ia nolhiog unlett odb gupporls it (Shfrid., Biv. 2, 1,). 

3a im tni]pxtä)m't<n @5^ bn Slteicn @)>ra(^e vft^tiat ^m ihm 
cttnfaHS eft tnJt tdttinhirnn fianjunltiB: Ffurfeu never be co «oman 
Lette than Lbe Uwe o^u« thi pliij (Cuv. MirsT. p, 63. cf. p. SGS.). 
2« emwidluna bi(fn gromtn {. in bcr St^H Bon btr ©atjlflanaö. 
@i( fmb jnm 2:^11 an bic Stelle bn SlcbentS^c mit bat getreten, m 
btaen man «gentcJrtig bte 5on|huItion mit btm flcnjunfttb (aum ttritbti' 
nternit: Sßc. Bote j be [lerof amrekx, j schall dje for mtc (R. or 
Gl. I. 18.). t'or Sjmk^n «olde no ic;f . . £ui iche Mre w«l 
i-ni)nr«A«(i (Ciuuc., C. T. 3645.). $albf. Na ie t« noUa quellen 
hde ^n bea stille (Lajaju. I. 387.). 9gf. .Bfife t;e tO bin geeyrren, se 
dedfq) CTcea hi» »reord ta edv (Ps. T , 12.). ftlliwi hra beo ednlTan 
geetmud, ne nätc he geMdn Qodes rice (Jon. 3, S.). jStai tfCt)ittM 
bAtan ^ im Ügf., HKnig^tiiB in flaffll^n S'^, nur btn Aoniuntth> 

^) 3)« entfpreji^tnbe ^tbt»\a^, totläjtx Bon ««»pf eingetcttct ttitb, 
btwtjugt nit^t minbcr ten A*nitin(ti». 

Tbou dielt on point of fox, Egcipt, o signieor, thou (Jo gire 
to me Rgregious r&niooi (Sqakbp., üeary V. i, 4.). Mom not, 
tweept thou iornne far mj good (I Ilearj VI. 2, 5.). No man 
can do thcae niraclea that tbou doeat, tKCtpt God be with him 
(Job. 3, 2.). Thoa couldest hav« no power nC all againit me, except 
it lotTf ffism theo fron abov« (19, 1 1.). ©0 fe^r gCloft^tliil^ IB 
bei Sibciabetfe^ung: Gem. 43, 3. Numb. 16, 13. Mattk. 12, 
29. ic. ^er dnbitatto iß ebenfalls einsebningtn: Their patron 
nevcr aella them excepl it u a puoiahmenC for aom« great faolt 
tUOKTAflDR, Lett.). 

3n bcT SUtTcn @4)rai^e ft^ten mic Süffiiele btt jßaivettbiutg nett 
ettc^L Qt taaa nic^t oll fein, iß »iclmt^i l^Kger ala leu tban, unleu. 
Wicljffa gitbt in bei SificÜtbcifc^ng ^att except no^ bnt, bat jit 
SgL I><in M^uldiK not hane an; power ojenw me, do bul it teere 
joum 10 {le« &om aboue (Joa. IS, tl.). So« ^gf. ^ bQton, bflUu: 
Näfdeet tin nftne mibte ongein me, bäton hjt v<€re jie nfon geitald (ib.). 
>^ 3)eT 9t^enf<m wirb bidDcilen mit «»Mauf dttgefil^tt, toefa^e« bon 
offf. bfitan am nS^ften fU^t, unb (otm ebcnfo ben Koninnttii} 
eilten. 

WiäuMt he take thea b; forco and Itati tba to the bound, 
aad pul tbae off, go not beyond the limit« <^ the lordehip of 
ChiDiam Castle (James bei v. Dalen, Gr. p. 85(i.). 

BUe. Vor thi* maje brede lo e eonfuif oc , Wiävniie God imkt a 
EOod conclaayon (SiacLTOM I. 4S.). 
i.'Jbtx ÄonceffiBfae ^at in »eitern Sereit^e bie Senjunttiöform im 
Koflfagckoite einölten. 

a) 3>tT SItBenfat mit ben $«rtileln /Aoo^A, altkoagk l&gt bie ettean* 
(and ftoniiinlti&formca ju, uenit hd ttx (SinrautnitiiQ ni^t jugldi^ 



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bte t^tfai^ti^e €:nf1enj be9 Singeräumten rntfc^itben tnd Vugt 

gefaßt wirb, loelc^e an j!(^ flörigenfl fefifle^En mog. 

And Ihovi/h thou noir CM/r», thou didat but jest, With mj 
vei'd spirita I cannot take a trace (Shassp., John 3, 1.)- And oR 
tkojigk Wisdom wuke, Suspicion sleeps At Wisdom's gate (Uilt^ 
P. L. 3, 6S6.). This faumble bongh Was planUd for a dorne 
divine, And Ihotigh Jt «€tp in languor now, Shall flouriah on tbe 
Delphic sbrine (Th. Moore p. ITO.)- Tou are in yonr sphere in 
this TÜlage — humble Ihoiigh it be (BüLW-, Alice 1, 1.). Her 
fathec is no better than an earl, Aühougk in glorious titles he 
exctl (Shaksp., I Heary VI. 5, 5.}. Älthoagk a woman he not 
BCtually in love, ahe seldom heara without a blush the uaiue of a ' 
man «hom ibe mighc love (Coop., Spy 4.'). — üDcc Clleiinban 
dnbitatio beutet auf ein t^alfäqlic^eä 3!ci6ä[tm6: I do for^ive thee, 
UttDatural Ihougk tbou arl (Sraksp. , Temp. 5 , 1 .). Tko' no 
Esvfaequer it commniub, 'tia weiiith; Ard Iho' it mfara no ribband, 
'tia renown {Younq, N. Tb. G, 337.). AUhaugk you're hia bntler, 
whj ghould JOD tslce bia ignorance ao mucb to beart? (Doiroi.. 
Jrbrold, BubbleB 1.) I think the very aight of a priuce, 
tkough he travelt iacogoito, tuiaa their honest heads (BuLW., Ladj 
of Ljona J, 1.). 

Siif alle. €))ra<4t beftnt ben @eBiau<4 bcS fionjunftib UKttei: auB. Xltt. 
And />ei [>oa be in öfter clot»ci, fii rjr.^te njs not |>cr downe (R. dp Oi. 
I. 105.). lUchard Üuih thou be eyei tricbard, trieben shalt thon never 
more (Whicht, FoUt. S. p. G9.). And ^e sone jut, ^ he Kere isrew«, 
^ fader wel mderatod [R. of Ol. II. 388.). And aBe ihought he^ imt« 
a pajQBem , nathelea he scrred nel God (Mauhdkv. p. 151.). Torreot 
thether toke the waj Werr; aileüiou! be uere (Tuiuiust 324.). {>altf. 
Ich nuj logge ha hit iward, minder fiah hit {yancke (Lajam, IL &31.). 
J)a com hie lifes ende lad pah bim wert (I. 11.). 9IgF. Aa ^encad jüi 
ßedh hi hvilum tela evedett (Ps. U, 2.). Ke meahie ic ät hilda mld 
HranCinge Tiht gcTyrcan, fiedh {lät väpen dvge (Skuv. S322.). For {tarn 
hit hieodrade t« »ride tA Hamide, fxdh hit unribt vare (Sax. Chr. 1036.). 
5Dct 3nbilattb ijl inbefftn (rit a»(iiet3«t jum «uObnid brt ar^tffii^lii^tii, 
tDOiti au4 lettener, VRlMnbri. 9fte. TKi^/« Percerelle haie tlayne the 
rede ko^jht, jitt maj another be ab wygble (PeacEVAL 14SS.}. ^laKf. 
Forr pohk [tatt jho viom balij nif pohh irass jho nuccle lahro ^ann 
ure laffdij Mai^e waas {Orm. 2663.). 3tn «Bf. trft^titt btr 3nt>t(attl> 
am Stittnfittt: And gic he hylt lue aneiredii^tsee, Pedh fie pa äat§r«deM 
me tSgeänea him, ^t ic |>eBrBeäae hlne geiTencM (Job b. Ettm. 5, IS.), 
b) dnbettiite yttbta^&^t aütt %rt, ffiri^e rinnt ßonccf^fa^ bar> 
fleQen, bieten fag auena^mzUi, Ud fle eine erlennbore Ttobatform 
entölten, ben Jtoitiunüit). ©ie tafTen fli^ t^eils Qtei^ ben aÜcm* 
fle^enben ®ä$en ber Siitiänmutig, t^eilS als ^ageföle auffaffen. 

And eretp time ne'er ao alow, Yet it aball come, for me to do 
thea good (Shaksp.., John 3, 3.). Be it acrol], or be it book, 
Into it, knight, thou moat not look (Scott, L. Minstr. 1, 23.). 
Break onu atring, A aecond ia in readine» (CoLIR-, Pico, ä, 1.). 
Which, uwB it toilsome, yat with tbee were aweet (Milt., P. L. 
4, 439.), I would not, wera I fifty timea a prince, be * penaion^ 
on tbe Deadl (Bdlw., Lady of Lyona 2, 1.). Were it mitten in 
a thoDRand Tolomaa, the Unheroic of auch Tolamei hüten* ine««. 



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nntly to be forgotteo (Carl., Fast a Pres. 4. 1.). !Z)a^tn ^äfi- 

mi imä) btc ine^rfa(^ erttd^ntcn ®ä^e mit anticipiTtein ®abitttt: 
£ich ward of kiadneu, Com« whence it maj, ii weleoma to tbe 
poot (LoNQr. I. 152.). 

£fi Aonjunttt» fil^nt ^iti urf)nAnslu& alUin b(T(4ttsL SdU. And he 
Hut maksthe (hers a feite, is it nerere so coetifoug, and he have no 
neddret, he hathe no tbanke for big trara^Ile (M^^ikokf. p. SOS.). Tellith 
jonre lordia best' Beoti tbcy fole, beon tbey visc, No icbole je me fjnde 
böte conejte (Alis. 7224.). ^atbl. TFecre beum lef, weore heom lad, alle 
heo (voren liene ad (Lajan. II. 415.). SIgf. He volJe {larh bis mtcele vilea 
ptu (fscr) beÖQ, rar hit tTeolfmünt! fldde märc (Sai. Chk. 112t).). 

e) Viu^ bi^iunltioe ®äge, buri^ )De[d)e gleii^mägtg tn eint ttit 
ttr Jnbere btr einaitber aulfi^Iicgeubcii gSIIe cinactdumt tDitb, 
«jlatten ben Äoniunftio, »etiler natürtit^ erJt&EinI, infojern fl(^ ber 
Sfbmbe ffit feinen b« geffljtcn gäHe entf^eibtt. 

Whether it Ae beast or man, it sball not live (Exon. 19, 13.). 
For loyalty ia Btill the aame, H'hetlier it loiii or loie tba game 
(Bdti-, Hud. 3, 2, 173.). (^'AfMrr he 3;>id bis comedie» in rh/me 
Or tcrmel, u Wood and Barcluy walk, 'gainst time, His style in 
joDth or age is still tba sume (Byb. p. 317.). £d(^ mirb ^uftg 
bic ISitirfinmung obieftic aufgefießC : And nrt not tbou their prince, 
bannonions Bowles! Thon 6rst grcnt oracle of tender souU7 W/ielAtr 
in lighing winds tbou seek'sl j'clicf, Or consolntion in h j'ellow 
leaf; Whetkcr tby muee most lamentably Seih What raeiry' soandt 
proceed from Oxford bells, Or, still, in bella dcligbting, find* a 
friend Id erer; cbime that jingled from Oatend (Byr. p. 317.). 
%ui) trifft man ben SfSe^fel $eiber ^oben: WAeiAer it be owing 
to (neh poetlcal asaociations . . or jchrlher tbere u, a* it were, a 
•jnpatfaotic revival and budding forth of tbe feelioge at this aeaeon, 
ceitain it ia, that I eltrays experieace . . a delightful expaniion of 
tbe Iieart at tbe retnni of May (Irvihq, Bracebr. H., May-Day 
■ Cart.). 

Siefe ©tt^fonn foinint au^ in ber älteren Sprotte »or; For fioa lalle 
wende with ma, Whedere ^o leilie or non (Lanct. II. 292.). Wheder 
tiat he be btithe or wroChe, To dele my good ie me fuUe lothe (Town. M. 
f. II.). ThOD berys it wheder ihoa iciäe or nogbc (p. 214.}. ^Sufign 
»Hb fi!t« jfaib inMTtirte S5§e, gleii^ ben unter b) oufg(fö5rt«n. Da« Stfff. 
^ SSV fii' Mia..iam unb bem Soniunftib: Ve iceolon beän T\eäe 
g«|>Bfen, loin re viUan, tarn ve nyHan, ^ät he sie «e h^hata hrOf eallra 
gÜa (Bona. S4, 12); fsnfl mbntivte SG^, toie: St hlt man, «i hit 
njten, ne möt bit libban (Eiod. 19, 13.). 
i) ^m <Sfy)xatt(x lonctfpBtr ©äße nt^tntn bie ©Sge on, in bmm ein 
idativte (ober Fiagenbed) ^firttort ob« SlbeEtb in beia(l< 
flcmcincTtet Säebeutung (jeto&ldnli^ in Begleitung bon ever, 
•oerer) fie^l; bo^er i^eiUn fie au(^ bie gä^iflfeit einen ffonjnnftiö 
otifjiiiie^inen, obao^l jle mtsentrin oft ben unSefangen einen gaO 
^nfteHenben wie o^ne^tn bin 6eri(^tcnben ^nbifatio enthalten. 

If thoQ do pardon, whoioipeT pray, More eioB for this forgiveneaa 
proaper maj (Shaksp., Bich. II. 5, 3,). Behold tbia fruit, whoae 
gleamiog rind iDgrav*n „For tbe moat fair," irould seem to award 
it thine Ai loveliw than mhaleoer Oread ktarnt Ths knolla of Ida 



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128 11. <%■ Birt#u.ei(%flenng. I.»ff^ XBittflleuii«. Le4t>t^.fc. «««(>■ 

(Tknkts. p. lOl.). Home'tT the worid go, TU nmk» nir« te OM 
(HUeu, Jow of U. 1, 1.x Howe'tr it Ae, ü BOBoa t« UM, Tii 
only noUe to ba good (Tunrrs. p. 138.). S)a SnbütHb Übef 
U)je(|t: Whot'er helpt thee, 'tis thon th«t mntt hdp me (teAKBP., 
I Haary VL 1, 2.), tVho»e toagae »ot'tr tptakt Stiat, N«t tnilf 
«p«aka (John 4, 3.). With viho»»otvtr thon fi»äe*t thf Godt, 1^ 
bim Dot liv« (GzN. 31, 33.). I «hall be happ;, vhatewr bi/aßi 
ua (BüLW-, CastooE 11, 1.). He ia in earneat ahaleoer he dott 
(18, 5.)< Tbe Lord tby God ii witb tbee aUkenoever thon foeif 
(Josa. 1, 9.). Perbaps dod« caa be at heut more panial tbaa I 
ftm to icAatraer letickes your Ladyahip, DOr more mcliaed to deCend 
yoa npoD Ihla Terf occHeion, iou) unjnat and unklad »oevtT yon 
ore to yaurself (W. Temfle, Lett.). 

^ X(tt., WD eier cfl nti) ni^l a:f^ehit, fonbeni so, aun, sbet thit, 
ebn ou* ftine Bartittl, obgtti^ ever in (Isjtern 3"' Muflatr »itb, ift 
bm KcienfaQe m !onccf|ibn Sebeutung bn finnjutiriit) BclfiiifiB: Sikm 
beo je ic ligge soth, i-leove ho lo it i-leovt (Whight, Pop. TrcaL 
p. 134.]. So (hat evere mo Half ths Ortho tbe ioddc bi-lchynnh Jbu 
10 hit «Der« jo (p, 132.). Whert to he ia warld wende, Y ichid be to 
bim tiGne (Ams a. Ahil. 377.). For the lord . . maj Cache the prentei 
lehertever he go (HAi:Lnt'., Freemai. 131.]. Dnde ay Ood itittre m 
thon ht (Tows. U. p. 163.]. WkaUumeo^T they ^ hongely (bsf 017« 
(Cot. atsr. p. S95.}. Of what mui lAa' thon ht tdayae, Ue xal have 
v(J" folde more pap (p. 38.). He batho alweji 3 wife» with him, tciA«re 
&at eTCre be he (Uauhd^v. p. 217.]. With tchat thing thon medeU 
thou xall It ahende (Cuv. Mi»t, p, 38.). The de»yl hjm honge teher 
he bei (Bicn. C. db L. E!T.). {Rsk vgt SS^t mit bcm ditbifathi: I am 
redy U> do bia iriüe . .What toever he »vndet me tyllo (Taws. M. p. 167.). 
And Inriy do thyi wAeraetnr thon gott (Salliw., Freemu. lOS.). 3nt 
^Ibf- fii^t i4 ^ci ^has«, whalBe, whBne, wtuenaiD, -whaatra, wbmAtt 
fwa, whnlc Bwaic. fafl nuT boi dnbitatit); »o bei Soniuntti» ^^ flc^Bit 
n bn inbittften Kcbe an. Hni^ im Kg(. ttetcn bie »sn avi . . iri bcgU» 
tthn 3literrofiOtii3-Ä((atiM hva, hTüt, hrjlc, hTäder, hveer, hvider fettm 
mit bcm SoniunttiD auf. fß^i. Sfice filue f>ing and nim md hvai tvä \m 
iiat* finde (Geh. 31, 3!.). Nim ^nnoe av« ruda frt rrtt, fvtl ArAder 
na In vi& (BoETs. 34, 10.]. 8dfi)itle tittt bcm Snbllattb ft^ nun 
beim ZRobalfage tn brr Sc>tt eon b« SaQfflgitng. 
I.äva. Acnfelutiufa^e, teclc^ti: tinfo^ ^k So.^e eino: ^onblung 
auBferit^t, »irb b«n ftonjuitttit) in oeuerer 3tit butm tiae ^tiÖe 
gegeben. ®Lcii$ioD^ finbex p(^ «inige ^Seifpiek baboB. 

If • thief be found bn«kiiig i^, aad be «mitten tkat be sUr, thera 
shall QO blooU be ihed for him (Exod. äS, 2.). H« that aaüteOi 
a man, so tbat he 4ie, aball be aurely pnt to death (31, 12.). j^ 
folt^a <^^ unib bie bei ber 3nlenfität bn ^anpt^iuibhme 00c« 
aeflcQte obei mtlaefe^te SiTbrno' btr ®mitb bed Sonjunlti». ®ie 
piib iebo^ bon @ä$tn stei(^t gomt ju unterft^eibcs, in bcaai btc 
itn $aHptfa^ mitcnt^ltene Xeubenj ebet übfit^t refleittirt tcict: 
The men of her eJty aball stone her with atooea that «he die (Dkcter. 
33, 31.). Not eDJoyment and not aorrow, Ia our dwtinad end or iraj 
Bot to »et, that «ach to-morrow Find na f&rther tiun to-day (X^oNor. 
I. fi.). Doobt DOt but I will use my ntmeat «kill So that Üia Pope 



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ätad to jonr complaint (Shellit, Cenei 1, 2.). 3)irff Sfitac oAta 

ia JinoirSC« ft6n. ' r « a«* 

Ooftpiclc bt« aonpnhiK im tttnm SanftfutiDfa^ \üfim Em Sltt. iri^: 
If Wt n ihnrf onl ao cold that hi d i-lroie heo (Wwobt, Pop. Tratt. 
p. ISI.). Hor-font cometh irhAn hit ■■ cold, ao thaC \äl fTeo»»3 (freoie?) 
i-npi, And ihe den /reo»« »-dODward (ib.). ©älje, in bttien «ncnflthhü 
n|b^ antgcfagt Uitb, tommm natfitlit^ ebcnfaffe ttot: Cüd, J r^da thoa 
10 eejnd Thal God of hereii Je thi frejnd (Towb. M, p, H.). Sin llflf. 
i^ ber Sonjunftit) im Sontthttiela^ ff^ V^nflg: Gif idoh tm eaxlB bid vand 
1« pil Bdteax (l/^Ste, gebeta mid |iritüg »ciU, (Lego. Mijn. B. 40.) Gif 
qwii mord Tcorde, [»t man t^ tln^ijreffa, iLg^e man [ibn nwgnm (Leoo. 
Cnrt. I. B. S3-). Ne bao ^a aik heardheort [lät {la him t>iiiM gCdn 
ym (DEi-ntB. 15, 7.). 
i-tfi ginatfa^, »etiler tcn ä^t* *" im $aut>tfa6e eatiattenen 
ßaatlung auäfagt, unt Don bnn ?Je6eitfQ(;e ju unterfc^eibtn ifl, Bd« 
4« Irtiaüt^ ben E^arattet tine« Dtjeftca einer SßiHenääulftutö ^ 
(f. oSen ©. 115.), neigt feiner Sliatur nad; jum ÄDnjunftib. ^dufig 
kirt jttD[^ biefer QRcbud buri^ SRoboIuertia umfi^neben, bied ober 
ttea barum, tnimit bie SGetluectfetung mit t^atfät^Iid^er ^ertoirflit^ang 
oBjftte&rt toerbe. 

•) 3)cr mit ikat ringeleitete ginarfat) nimmt ba^n »on ben untei{(^> 
6aren SWobafformen ben Äonjunftib an. 

GtTe me lesve that I may turn the kcy, Thal no man M(er 
(SflAKBP., Rieh. II. 5, 3.). Strew the deck nith Uvender, and 
iprinkle liqaid Bweeta , That no rüde eavour aaritime neade The 
no»e of nice nobility (Coitp. p. 191.). Sgl. 7. 

Si^nn im Site, ift ber tinfat^ Acitjunftio oft bui^ bie Umf^Kifeimg 
mit iRobnlttrten eifert. The emperonr seTtbe to tlie relieiong man, 
ihit ih« iritbdiavG hem, that thei ne ht hwrl ne harmed of ths gnt 
nnltytnde of hon (MtrMDBV. p. 245,). Oot of contr?' mtut tbon S« That 
Emtt ilo not the (Tows. M. p. 44.). fflie im ©otbift^en bie ginal|afic 
nit bem Aoniunttib anftreten, fo ifl im agj. bie|em So^e bn Arnttirnftn 
IBjof i^reibtn , an^ nw ei an bei gönn ni^t ertennbar ip: ic i'it od 
Totnide Tädla f>äl ^a vurde velig on heofenani {Cod. Exoh. 91, 82.). 
Fii mid Ob /dt ve ^e veligne gedÜm (Nun. 10, 29.). Ciun and aeta 
^ne haad ofer liig, /äf heo Ml ^ and läibe fMASc. 5, 23.); natftrltl^ 
on^ tDD anbere AoniunltiDnen als t«t ben Safi einleitm: Te comon fä ^ 
M< TB fti tä him gebiddan {A.-8. Hohii.. I. lOB) tl. a. HuFfiilleilber 
Seife begegnet man ftie unb ba einem dnbihtib. Hlte. Onre Lord »root 
it hjmielTe In itoon, /or it stedefiut um, And atondo ibolde erere (P, 
PuKnaau p. 328.). Hgf. In {>e fette /or /i /ät f« t^'" f^d «in^d««« 
(Hdm. 3S, 11.). Je fe h«t feccan pät |)a mlne ^d vin^ei«» (34, 10.). 
^&«f man ^inbei an bie äcnpruttion b« gr. ina, ü; mit btm ^nbitattV 
bet Sraterita beaten, nw eine nic^t eiicii^te abfilmt auegcbirttdt ifl? 
b) 3)af|dBe gilt Von ben negatiben @S^en mit lest. 

folget to pity him, Utf thy pity prove A aerpent that will rting 
thee to the heart (Shabsp., Rieh. It. 5, 3.). And goveni well tbf 
»ppetite, lest Sin svrprise thee (Milt., F, L. 1, 545'). Aod keep 
thj heart light , lest it moke thee Btnk Wben hope ha« kindled 
hope, and lured thee to the briok (Sbeixet IV. 102.). Thia it 
the iron doom of KatU: wbich no prayer or in&uence of mortal 
will avail to alter, — lett justice depart oot of the world (Carl., 
Fred, the Gr. 7, 9.). 
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KÜt t« emperonre'i meHingerci M Eegeloud hire come, ^ t>B kpg 
abowe . . Ijoiu |>e hje emp«ronr for hii ontrage Oome uid ibftnqK tl 
hjB lond (B. OF Gl. I. iH.). Looke thon not Ij for fr«fnd M rrb, 
Leit to tbi bbdIIg that it i^ dere (Town. M. p. I<i2.)' Ne be na Cdiw 
to an irotu nun, Ne vith no wood man «olka b;r ^b' ^'Ti ^^' ^l" 
n;(MB< (Crauc, C. T. 7668.). $alb[. FUh na Bwide lut he [>« iftnb 
(Lajah. in. 29.). agf. Cfd pU folce tuit big ce g&n afei {li fceatoo 
ßi lät big (v«ton (ExoD. 19, 21.). Onfüd l&re fiy litt edr God jm 
veordt (Ps. 32, 12.). ])U he hii enf^um bebend bo [w, {liiE big t« a» 
hrn handam beron, f^ lät fie iia m i.t Btioe aupome (Matb. 4, 6.). 
9.2}er HKobalfa^ cber Scrgltii^ungefa^ fommt taum nix^ in ta 
Sali bie Sontunttiefonit autjune^men. 

t) 3Benn in ben mit la an^cbenben @ätfeu eine SottjunHicfDnn anf' 
tritt, gew&^nliil^ ba« Präteritum, [o finbet (eine eiitfa^e Cerg(€i(^iift 
foRbern bielmel^r eine ©agbCTffltjunQ ^att, tceli^e buci$ bie CDlI{täti< 
bigen 5"'^'"^'* "* 'f- "■ ttongh lat. quaai, tBmqoam erflärt toetttn 
lann, obgleii^ (eineStoegeS angenommen mecben barf, tag ein »• 
fprQngtii^eS if ober tbough abgeworfen loäre. Sielme^r trfc^t bn 
ucfprltnglii^e jtoniunttibfag eben ben SebingungSfaf) feiger, unb d 
ift naü) bem na auB bem uor^erge^enben ^au^tfa^e, ober b«n ab- 
foluten ^auptfo^e (»ie auc^ Bei na if) ein jloeiter (refatiber) 5""^* 
[qÖ ju ergänjen, bem bec o^ne Äonjunttion angefügte ©aß all 
9Je6enfa8 unmütettar ange^Brt. ÜÜefe ©a^form, toelije eine feeiinjtt 
Scrgteidiung enthält, ge^t &i8 in bie 5£tef1e ^t\t hinauf. 

„The air breathe» upon o» here m09t fweetly." — „A« if it 
had lungi, and rotten ones." — „Or tu 't viere per/umed by a fen." 
(Shaksf., Temp. 2, l.). Änd Ioto himaelf, at he toere ant'd in 
■teel, Steps forCb, aad girda him fot tbe strifo of deoth (Coleb-, 
Picc. 2, 7.). !Da^er bie ^uftge gormel ns it were, toelc^, mit U9 
lateinifc^e tanqaam, aH Vuflbritif Bebingtei 9)ergtei(^ung fi4 an 
einjeCne ®a$gliebn ju reffen Hnnag. Aod tbere nai'under bis 
h«t a» it teere « pared work of sapphire-stone (Elton, 24, W.]. 
His drooping tail matted, at it wert, into a tingle feather, aloog 
«hieb Ihe «ftter trickled from hit back (IßviJio, Bracebr. H-, The 
Stout Geotlem.). 

SKetbinge bringt au^ ^ier bie O'nbihtibform ein: Tbat IIlo fongU 
w he aat /raatk (Colke., WalloMt. 5, 4.). 

flltt. A fp^t ok he wolde brdde a donn , joi if a tnuJ jerde fn 
(S. or Ol. I. 22.). pat fajt «mot mit of ^t jra, Igjtgilg at yt wm 
(L 140.)- And lokid all he (DCora vmd (Ami. 1094.). Neptanabiu mj 
do hli Wille Wich Olimpiaa ever idlle, AI te hit ueora ilte gode Aitm» 
(449.). Aliaanndre ferde od echa half, So hit wtort an hungry m^ 
(2183.). Tber preched a pardoner Aß he a prMtt <Mre (P, Pixinvx. 
p. a.). €o flt^t niK^ M it wer« im umntttetbaten Hnfi^In^t an (injdne 
SaQ{|Iieber: Volc, at yt vtere wytwuta noumbre, ajen hjm hc oon (R. 
oi> Ol.. J. 179.). pe kyng tok Brut ;s ownc body, in oMoge ai it ittrt 
(I. 13.). Höre elderae ^er by fore were ynome in oatage Frain ^ Incüli 
of Troie, in wreche at it aere (I. H.J, The Holy Gooat of hettw ! 
U at it wert the pawme (P. Ploi;ghji. p. 360.), aUan fUlft, bafi b<((o 1 
ntil it chigefnttte ©it! leicht ffiftig ift, au« bn Aenflruftion fttianSjuftilla^ ' 
infofnn ii hine uirmitltlbate Veiit^ung oaf dnen flinornitm Öegraltaii* ; 
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tmlaai» (ImSam. I. 68. iüng. £.)■ Bgf. And fi VmU) flugon ^k EOgfMa 
nS pa:r/gr vare (Sax. Chk. HS.). KcbtTt goiRiai, IDcIl^ (ic^ S^^^tll, 

(c^ Bton in bcr St^rt ttm btr ©nQfügiine. 

(El i^ Rar, bag ani( bie antnintlu^ aRobilfannoi auf bteftn ni:ft!Tfln^ 
li^ni fintjuallib iUTädjufü^rtn finb. UetiiatnS nuc in btt filtcnn 3nt 
bn SsnjunFliv nidjit ati{ bae Vrätetituin befi^ränH. Sitte, Wateres he tut}> 
eke gode jaow, hc bi bc fore alle ot>er ^re Ont of the lond ia to |ie 
Rc, arma at fiä be (S. dp Gi,. I. 2.], Sgf. And (tu [>& Tord spriceit 
nS (la tylfa Ite (^tia gehviicrt, firena gtfi/üed (Cod. Kxoh. IS, 2.). 

Kui^ ■» «nfai^tn Sngld^unBefa^ mit svä (at bae Sgf. üftn clnfn 
5taijini(th); Bete r«( »nd *ito «i(ä hit riht «Jj (Legu. Si.i^. B. 94. cf. 
Lüco. Cmut. L B. 2. 89.). 

3)nii 3nf)altc nai^ seruanbt mit ben c&en genannttti ©ägcn ^b 
nn^ im 9{ninig(if^ni bidUtUen angetroffene ©ä^e, in bmeii ftatt 
u bie ^rtihl an »oilommt: „Feel, masCers, how I ibake." — 
„So do yoa, hoatetn." — „Do I? Yen, io very truth, do I, m't 
Ken an atpe» Uaf.'- (Shajibp., II Henrv IV. 2, 4.) I will roar 
yoa mV were my nü/hlingalt (Mids. N. Dr. 1, 'ä.). 

2)t(fe gemein erfc^tinrabe Suebnidcnerfe ift bita in Httttx S*d »ii^ 
in i|l ba« BTfpdlnglii^ (ofHiIalibe and, in \t>tld)ec gorm t» früi)n au^ 
«ItftriH. Site. S" ■»"''ei^ *™fl .56 were twenty ,^ere oWe (Cov. Uist. 
p. 80.). SDa« agf. and tmitbt na^ SfflBrteni, ttel^e eine ®Iei(^^it Sejeii^nen, 
im Sinnt brt tat rc, alqoe (nii^ idem, talis, psriter, aeqne k.) gebraust, 
ntib im Cnglif^eti auä/ o^nc Sonclat, intofem bieB Ui<(t ans bcm B»* 
fMrmenVnae jn erßfinjen iR, wtttenbet. Sflf. Nu »cü bnrli »»yle i» . . 
^M and heO rare U bfme ftsteald eallam middaneardc (Oiioe. b. EtCin. 
8, i.). Bit n> ler pyton , [mU {täl cild , (le l&g on Jism cmdele , ^h 
Ul ncfre metei ne U>ita, {^t {li gjtserai ISton efen teyldige antt hiC 
gerittig vor« (Leco. C.iut. J. B. 74.]. 
b) Der wn tta» tinpefü^rte ftom^olibfa^ bietet nod^ ^ie unb bo 
€|nircn eine« fionjunttib. Iial^in mag etwa ju ret^nen fein: 

And aooner mfty a giiUing weatlier-spj' . . teil cerUiuly . . TKoa 
tbou, irben thoD d«put'gt from me, can ahow Wfaitfae'r thoa irouldit 
go (DosNx, Sat. 1, ö7.), too can bem agf. conno entftjrei^en »ftrbe. 

Du Hut. frflt Sftev b» ftonjnntttu: fat was hjm leuaro, fxm hji 
bdec vere (B. or Gi,. II. Sg2.)- ^'E »ee je, {lat her hors be^i lajSKm 
lau jODTB b« (U. 397.). Sa^ nie: Betre ig, so j ow lellc, Than h« 
<nrt alle aqueäe (Ai.n. 8037.) finb ni^l ikiäfaitig, t>a fle auf einer 3"' 
luimcsjie^nns bea SomtMTatiutage« mit einem ®ubtl:int{»fa|!( bem^ 
6. ©aSfflguna. So« Sfll- aebtam^t in ©Sfetn allgemeintr ülotirt 
nttbenRl^ bot SenjunW»: lo eom on stence Btrcngre funme riicel« Mdo 
rite (^ (Cot>. E.ioH. 423, IS.), Ic eom TrUre Amne vermod «^ (420, 
14.). t>a gcailut mfcre ftonna (na a^ (Job. 1, &0.). 
e) Sdltn ifl in 8erglet<i^unfl«faften , in benen bie ^.Blftre ober niebere 
©rabfecpimmnna be« einen ©liebt« »ni ber be« anbeten ob^ngffl 
gemalt luitb, bet SonpinftiB in einem ©liebe onjutreffen. 

Proof to tbe tempest'a shock. Firmer he root» hira the rud« 
h «MO (Scott, Lodj of the L«ke 2, 19.). 

Ute. Tbe mon they be, tbe more I schal bIoo (Bich. C. ue L. S408.). 

9i 6i«cn, ihU^ tehi t^S^Iicbe« Sctbaitnig ouffteflen, M bie« » M 

■>4ti IvffaOenbt«. 

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iiotn $atlite[ tinfl<fa^ Sic^cnfat lattn in ben gaO (onmen, tat 

j^Dnintlttik) aufjutte^mni. 

&) 2)n ftoniuntti» tann cintrttcn, uteun ein tonccffietr ®t^ boo 
einem reCatioen ®Q$e begleitet {{!, »el(^er al6 ein mitgefc^ttl 
ottc nrit eingeräuntte« @a^li(b beffelben anjufel^en ift. 

Hap what hap, My batoet to a' prentice cap, Lord Sorref*! o'v 
th6 TilU (Scott, Marm. 6, 21.) 

Bgf. Vyrce hva {üt fiU ha vyrce, Mde Ü ]>it t>lt he <fö, 1 he ÜB 
{lät [lüt he earnad (Bobtb. 37, 8.). Sflt @. 127. 

b) @eIfip»CT|länb(i[^ tri« out^ ba bet Roninnttio ein, »o bet MetatiH" 
fag an unb füi fii^-ein Sunfi^faQ ober ein @lieb eineä 4^)iD' 
t^eti[(^en ©a^affflaf* iP- 

And if she should, wbich Heav'n forbid, O'erthrtm me, m tlw 
fiddler did, What aftor-course have I to take (Bdtl., Hnd. 3, 
3, 525,). Therefore msy jod Hear, irhat were loo mncb for ber 
fortituda (CoLKB., Wallanet. 1, 3,). ©. o6en ®. 114. 

2)(t in bei alteren @4)ra^ getSufise goD, baS ein 9{elati»t>b. bcf[ffi 
4)ntalt nur bie 8ebeutvng einer SorauCfe^ung ^l, befonberS nii4 nun 
benteinenbtu &a^ ober ntit^ einein $et|4efa^, ben an ber gönn (rfo» 
Baten cinta^tn Senjunltiu erbält, fi^cint fid^ uerteren 3U (aben. 

Ther 11 noo of thullte threo that hadde eni wonnde , That «tr eh 
i-häed bm, sc dejeth in a itoande (Whicht, Pop, TreM. p. 13B.). 
Eansyd be hs that thei loan ^Ide To CiysleDe nen, wbfl h< mif 
level (Ricu. a dk L. 44U.). Sgf. Nnnig hUeda ia }ie &reccan M^e 
Add« rim viu eolra [ifcra rundra |ib he . • ge&emede (Cod. £io>. lü, 
19.). Alade of [lyuB leodbyrig I>& f ^ ledfe Hen &feitum miclnm (Cnn. 
2495.)- D6 a IiüEte dnge (Con. £zon. 300, 10.). And geJieDca irifc 
g«orne »« [le dümea gcTeald 6gt, Tut (=^ hvai) he »;lf geoise (Lmo. 
Chut. I. B. 2.). 

Unter SKcbalberden tann man, wenn auf bie iBebeutung befl gram* 
motifc^en ä^Dbud jurüdaegangen uirb, fSglii^ nur foli^e Serba bert^eB, 
totldie in geniiffei 9Qei)e baä, taat fonnreic^ere @)n:at^n bur^ nnea 
3Robu€ anöjubrüifen pflegen, in i^irer 3i<fainnienf)el[ung mit einer Ser- 
balfoim (bem dnftnitic] erfe^en. 

Silr ben dnbilatt», beffen Sinnen fc^uerlii^ in einer ©firti^ btr* 
loren ^e^en, bebarf ti feinefi Srfaßed biefec Krt. 9inr ber Soniunttte, 
unb biefer befonberd, loie ber dtnperatiD, ßnnen t^eUS tneoen i^rtr Mt' 
toif^ten @ef)alt, t^eite wegen ber HR^rbeutigfeit i^rcr Sejie^ng in 
®<ita(füS^ *)^<^ ■>" etnjelntn ®a(e, ein }unt X^Sltgteitdfcegrine flefü(;tet 
SRcborpetbiim al8 (firfaß erhallen, mag biefe« ©erfeunt nnn (ellft in tintr 
ber genannten S^ocalformen, ober int O'nbtbttic auftreten. 

3)ie IDlDbalijerba, »eld^e hierbei befonberS in JBetradjt tarnnten, {int' 
m&gen, füllen, tuollen unb laffen. Oiifofern junS^ft ber Soif 
iunftiv bie Vertretung einer auSgefagten ^anbCung nad^ ber @tite i^ 
SSencirnidrung ablehnt, tann bufeibe unter Umfiänben als eine ui$ 
UHiflidje cber noi^ nii^t t)eru>irtti4te, unb je na(^ ber Seft^ffen^eit Kl 
©a^gefßged aU eine jugegebene, erflrebte, eeranlagtc ober gebotene V^ 
tifltdt betra(^fet Ujerben. ffi3 fonnten bemiw^ jnjar au^ anbete »frbat- 
begriffe, »ie milffen, tBnnen, bUrfen, als ii%r beftimntenbe Unf 

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ffcohngn M Oesriffe^ bei ftonittttttib fretra^tet uetben, bon bnttn 
Üt Sim Sprai^ in bei 3^t au^ (tnige bensenbet (at. SBir rennen 
}fa^ Ata eoTjuaSncife biiJRiigm, »elt^ mit btm Olifiniti» ba attf« 
ttttn, »0 bit fiuefle @pnift mit bem ftonjjunftiD anejiirtii^en Ott* 

1.2m Setimn »oy agf. magen, altnorb. mega, tft »Ott itx dbentutig 
ttt'OiEgcn (SRa^t fyAta, nlere, poHe) ju btm Segttffe bfivfen 
^ ^^rit ^bctt), gentiat fein, Bcticben unb ju einem un> 
kfUitimten miaen abgefc^nxit^t, tooitn balb fubjettibe, ^Ib objeftit» 
Scftimiimno llmttiegt, fo ba^ e« fttbfi ber OaifteHung bcd foKen 
i4t tritt nnb mit t^r tDe<^feIt. ön biefcr fi^iHeniben 99cbtutmig 
tiitf rt mit bem Onfinitis oft ba ein, Ico btt einfalle ftcniunftib [eine 
Sttflc IfcAtn tttun sbcr lonnte. 

») 9n ^auptfäfien erf<^titit efl ^äufig aU nrfl>i:flnflli(^er Subilatio 

nnb mäft in ^^Tägnanterer Sebeutnna, fo bag ti niqt al9 Umfc^iei* 

hmg tinrt biegen Aonjunltio betrad^tet teerten lann. 

■] dn 9!unf(^fci^en trf^eint eS itbod) in umfd)Tcibenbei 9Bejfe, 

mtb baS SRobalberb barf bort urfbi:Qnglii$ feltft alä eine Aon> 

innKibform Bettai^tet nerben, toeli^e f)>äter tteruifi^t i^. 

Ajid JoTe mny never let me langer live Tban I may aeek to 
gntify yoai love (Marj,., I Tambarl. 1, 1.). O may I brealht 
no loDger, than [ breathe M; loul in praiae to bim, wlio gave 
nj lonl (YouKO, N. Th. i, 'dSl.). So moy the foei of Glaffir 
M! (Btk., Bride 2, 25.) Jtfoy thorna be phnUed in the marriage- 
bedl (BtTLW., Ladj of Lfona 5, 2.) Mai/'al thou /ni/ with 
HeaVn the game forgiveneBs, Äa with thy falher hare (Rowi, 
Für Penit 5, !.)■ 

IDcrinng« mlf^t m t^4' ^i' dnbitatieform ein; Kitt. No« wejnd 
before, iUe mjtjrAt thon <p»l«y (Towh. H. p. 11.), toa^inib tit Sfiten 
Nie: Thon mijt yon hom, Ictc brother (Wbiohi, Anecd. p. 6.) bcT 
9^tatt» bem^tigt iß. S)ie otua^nli^e Sßunl^form <fl tnbtffcn mot«, 
BM, noräi tnon bic ARilmtniofenn agj- möw pL möMn, \c gut »ie 
Mc 3iibitati«f nm mOt (möac) oMH pL nöioa finbtn fonn: Amenl ameol 
M mM tayt &</ (Ualuw^ Freemaa. 655.). YUs mot thou lA«/ (TowN. 
H. p. MT.). »gt. Sartf. A BioiB {.n we! /«r«i (L^jam. I. 191), 
tonii (hl entf^JÄentt jbnjimfttti entölten i|l. 
I)3n bemgotgefa^e eineS ^4)3ot^eti[Aen SaMefSgeS, tootin bai 
Oebingte »ie baS ^ebingenbe als niiit »encirrÜi^t anjufe^ ift, 
Pt^t oft bflö Präteritum might, in geringem abflanbe »on woold, 
bw^ nii^t ojne i^rüfterijtif^en Unferft^ieb unb ba8 ^erbortteten 
ber @Tunb^entung : 

If fanity niia a fit thing . . I miffht öidiilffe aome on tbe same 
•ecuion (FtiLD-, T, Jon. 4, 4.), Immense snmi hnve been ex- 
pmded on works whtch, if a rebellion broke out, might perish 
in a feir honr» (Macacl., Hist. of E. I. 34.); Womit man bflt.: 
If the govemment were labverted by physicnl force, all thü 
moteable wealth woald be expoted to imminent risk of spoliatjon 
aud deitraetion (ib.). 

tii«l( gönn tntferBt fli^ tiit^t UberaB weit »Mt bet aitejim. «gf- 
BH aibim <Ac t*^ Mn N i»r feiOlKi ddn, gif bi TOldon (A.<a Homil. 

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eufodnjMam (I. 164.). 

bie SSebnitung btr anic^n SoniunttiDform ^inauS uiib biftMÜtt 

aSIftit jic^ ber angelfä^fifc^e @e6tam$ bem cnglif{^en auf bitinn 

@ebiete. 

•) 23» Umf^reibun^ t|l (Sujig im ftafutfaije, bcfTm $iaxlpt{ftl} in 
feiner SIuBfage einen SBiUenftitt, etne S^enbtn) ober einai ftffA 
aa9fcliit. 

I do entrMt that we may v^ togetber (Sbakbf., Oth. 4, 
1.). Hov I csme by the crown, O Gi>d, foigin! And gnut it 
nay with thea in truo peac« live (II H«!!!? IV. 4, 4.). TU h 
far take on ma m order tbat yoa may fre admMed (B^k., Fwewi 

2, I.). A. fHther mtist form vuhea for Ur child . . «ud I mll 
make mine, that he may live to nuke as ggod use of Ufe, u 
one that aliall be oameleBS, \e now doing &t Cambridge (Chat- 
HAH, Lett. 21.). Pray, my ilarling nife, That we maji (iu b 
setr-uime day (Tensys. p. 8G.). It wa« my secret w»h thil 
he migkt be prevaiied on to accompany ma (Btr^ Fr&gai.). Tb«j 
appreheadeit ihat he might luae hetn earried off by gipnn 
(SouTHEY, Nelson). ffiSeim bet ßautitlag ben Se««!! bet S«» 
ffeKung obei; Earpctlmifl enthält, fo tritt im SßebenjaBe dnt bn- 
iieteie %tebeutung bed may tne^v ptnuiT: I know not how thii 
may be (Byk., Frugm.). Tbua did be UMwer me: yet wd 

,liereafler I might kuom more (Shaksp., Cymb. 4, 2.). 

Vllt. Kow God lene , [tat ]ie vreche |>er of by tvens n no« i< 
do (R. or Gl. I. 130.). And alle that hoped it m^hte he *o, Noon 
berene myghte bem holde (F. Fi.oughu. p. 23.). Uay ne^fttt tJn 
UfttT mit mot; (o in bn angefübittn SttOt in anbon ^anb^Ai^- 
God lene tbat hic moM be areice {&. of Gl. L c); nnb fe fletl bd 
oaf. rndtan bem uiDbcnicn may nfi^tr m ^ilfm biefn t(rt nll magu- 
«gl. And btedon t>ät möaton habban Morkere heom C6 eoile (3*z. Cbb. 
lOttS.). Slal aQ[. magan tfigt bit UT{]>ningli^ Vtbmtiing »4 ^i"^ 
bmtdi^immnn: DA [uit ic tn^« gemSD (A.'3. Soul. L 158.). 1£i 
ha micelan f«o voHeRt [lu t>l, habban gebobt |wt fin irntole MiAlof 
töcDfcTan ^ine friod and ^ine find (I. 12.). StA hva tvk riUe dedpticc 
jpirigan mid innereardan mßde üEter lihM, and nylle [iiU bin« K«E 
mon Odde nnig [liDg möge ämerrao , ongione f onus t£cw< an ümu 
him aellnm {>■' be vr jinbQtAn hiae »dhte {Bosra. 36, 1.). 
fl) ^ä^renb im ßonbitionalfa^e may fettenet in ben t^aDfornnt, 
mit einem dnfinitibe ftatt be« Sonjunltib unif[^teibenb aufjutn- 
ten, no^in man rttoa <S&^t tet^nen mag, toie: Lands, goodi, 

hone, armour, anythiag I have la hia to um, so Som«raet a^y dii 
(Sbaksp., II Henry VI. 5. 1.), fo fte^t e« bäuftgei; im Scv 
cefficfa^e, mietet bie 3ßägli^leit jugieSt: t, aliboogb my opi- 
nion wuf reqauT apology, Deem thii a commentator'a phaotaiy 
(Btb., D. Juan 3, 11.); ou^ in ®fi^ mit einem älelatiti »■ 
beroUgemeinertei ^ebeutung: Whatever tho stars »qy ia»e Mo- 
ke»ed, this August 1749 was a momentous tnonth to G«rmu} 
(LiWEs, G. 1. 15.). Wbatever wiigkt haee betn Sophia's fenaationii 
Uta Mit <rf tfae £>mily was eaiily consoUd (GoLt>fK. , Vk. 16.)- 

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IDirft KiKbnKtlBxife g^lit b« iflngROt jcä an, in|plKit bn Sotlldünu 
»ttmeacn (in ni^l fcMrfcr (cnwrtntt. 3in UtEnacn thinai biilAli^ 
twe^if^c nie anbm e5l}t bat Sctfc ftit alter 3rit ml^Itot. Oa»!. 
JiTicb hii sun ifo hec of po geilt beö Liog (L^jut. U. 66.), 
v) 3n ginalfäf^en ifl bit Umjt^mSung eine« ftonjuntiib but4 i»»;, 
mghi gtläufts uttb bie Übfc^tofii^uiiS ber @TanbI>ebtutuito am 
mfif)» fStilbiir. SDafi Set^nig ber Umf(^iei6un0 jiim nrna^cn 
fionjuntCtD gt^t narnftitliä and ber Strsteti^img von {libc(ßdlnt 
nit ber agf. ÜcbnftQunQ Qcrviir: 

The God of eotdier« . . inform Tby thoughu witfa noblanwa, that 
tlioo naj^tt proo« To »haiiie unvalnerable (SbabsF-, Coriol, 6, 8.). 
Bring it U> me, that I may tat (Geh. 27, 4.) (agf,: Brini; ma 
{)iit ic ete). Hoaonr tby fatber «od thy mother . . that tby dayi 
«Qi frs pnUmgtd, . and that it tnny po well with ch«e (Dzu- 
TEB. 5, 16.) (agf.: Arrurd» [ünuu fader and [itoe mödur, ^t \i it 
buglife, Mid [)at |)u (I velig OB [>am Unde). And «U tJbere on- 
td Ih« death of Uerod, that it migkl bt fi^lled «hieb waa ipo- 
kea of tbe Lord by tho pmpbet (Uattk. 2, 15.) (ogf.: And 
tia [mt Od Herodei fordfid, {>ät ocr« gtfyUrä {)iit |m fran Drihtno 
gecvedeu väs [»urh {xine vit«gan). ConitantiuB had Mparatad bia 
forte«, that be mipU dimde tbe attantion and re«iataQce of tha 
enemjr (GntsoN, DecL 9,). Did I bäte tbee, I woald bid thee 
(bike, that I might be aveogedl (ItrLW., Bichel. 3, 2.) 3n ben 
ncgattben mit le«t eingeführten @S|en ifi bie« tueniger ^Suflg: I 
cnt tbem off: and lud a parpon non To lead out m»nj to tlie 
Holj Land, Leit regt, and Ijing still, tnight tnaie them löok Too 
Mar anta my itate (Sbakep., II Henry IV. 4, 4.). Tbiu aaying 
TOM tbe Monarch, and preventad all reply, Frudent, lest hom bil 
retolatian raii'd, Othera among tbe chief migkl offef now-.irtiat 
mt tboy fear'd (Milt., P. L. 2. 466.). $iR ifl ba« (onjuuttitHf^t 
■hoold gebrfiu<^Iid|er : Climb we not too high Lest we ikoM fatt 
too lov (CoLER., Walleust. 1, 4.). 

f^rtt^ {(^on begegnet mim dnn S^Ib^ Kbf^nA^img be* Slt^alMrb. 
Snt- In ])« Hor^ half jef hem lond, wher ttoa voIt by it, ^t heo 
■WKS bitaene )>b and ^e Bcottss be (B. ur Gl. I. ISO.). He wold« 
taSn for na . . to that ende and entent, that hia paiuonn and hit detbe , . 
i^ite ben knmeen erenlj to alle the parde* of tho TOrid (lUunDET, 
p. :i.). ffs mir netfiili^, bag bk Snfltlliing brt inttnbtiten Stimagtnl, 
bcr UrmSgU^nng auf bie bei SefllnniHSfl aitxf)«ipt äicrtiagen 
Mibe, »ic flc^ 1^ ^<^ <** &fittt> ber angegebenen Sit bttbe 8«r^ 
bogen btg^nen. äßan bgt ^(bf.: Wepne ^ina cnlblea, ^ ire i I>an 
mm^-üht wuBjm eatat ford riht (Lajau. IL 32B.). &c(on im Vfl[. 
i| bie tonfrctert {iebeutmig beC 3(1'^™"'* ^^ ä^nll<^en gllleii abgtfi$uai$t: 
And Tolde eninan in Gallia rice, and in Cale [win mjngtre in eljMÖcUpieiae 
fer Dijhtne fi^n, [>ät heif ^ U meoAf« {lEt Sc« Mal in heofenom 
gteartgaa (THosptt, Anal. p. 49.). ])& ilcode t>e cynieg on ntiTeate 
tan byrig \». hitlB ^ hie heor* com geripon, [lU {A Deniaean hlm na 
«eojbMt ^ rfpea /oreymim (sie) (S^x. Chb. 8Bfl.]. — 9ta^ leat finbtt 
noB {4«n im ^albf^eni^ acnlde: Ke dnrste {wr na onihi to nfele necchen 
■a *iht leo«a ba (cuUen Uoten Ui laranen (LjkSAM. UI. 18.), nrit wolda: 
Ke dnnte I>er na toan apekes, leite ^ kiog Ut wolde awraftm (Lajul 
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3. Sie SemxnbmtQ ber 9Ri>l>alMTba f AaS nnb «ia ift 6ri btr erSrtnimi 
bn 3ri^o'^^ in Clttrai^t ^cjegcn. X>ie ^ormtn ihonld unb wonM 
mit bim 3nf!nitie !ammcrt tm urite|len Umfange ali Sntidn bei 
Äonjunftit bot unb flnb ^iet fettfl nt« «r^röngli^e Äoniunftibfcnnai 
jtt Eütrac^tni. 

S)ie eigent6ttnili(!^e Sctfi^icBung btS ^rätcritutn, ueli^ <m<i ba 
dngebrungot ifi, ido tin träfen« feine @telle ^at, iß titnfaßi btrnH 
Betfl^rl. jCafi iReuengltfc^e if) h fe^t an biefe ^erfi^iebnttg genfitn^ 
bag efi ben agf. flonjunftib beS ^läfcnS bon icakn, scfUa namtiitlii^ 
faß änena^meice bnt^ ahoald toiebergiebt. 
8. XiaS $cr6um I«f agf. intan, got^. latan, ]«itai), oltnorb. lata, lafftn, 
■inere, pennitt«ra, (ibaefe^en Don feinen anbnistittgen Scbtutnngfli, 
i(i in feiner 3m|t«aHbform, mit einem JhifinitiB beriunben, jitr Um» 
f^reibintg eine« ffonjunltib bev erjlen unb btirtcn ^ietfon fleuwrben, 
unb tann fo ani$ a\8 eine Umfcfeteibung ber fe^tenben gormtn W 
Omperoti» angefe^en »erten. S)ie UmfireiSung entölt eine Auf- 
forbeiunR, uieli^ tAn ihaU baS ^a^tbtn, t^äl9 baS Stran' 
(äffen er^eifd^t. 'S)a6 Kgf. gebra'udite in biefen gSQen getDi^nli^ 
ben Roniunttib; iai ffinglifi^e cetnenbet jum ^til utniglienS ne^ 
tten biefen SSobafl neben bet Umf(^rdbung. 3>ie $erfon, welket bie 
$anblnng ongefonnen »irb, ßc^t im Xnufatib, uenimEeit^ bei bei Sa> 
taufi^ung ber ^tonominalformen auö) biAseifen bie mminatiBfoim ini> 
getroffen »irb: Let Ihey, who niae the epett, betaart Ute Flendl (Bnw, 
Eichel. 2, 10 

») «uf bie etfle ^erfon bet ffiinjal^I fiejogen, fommt e« af« 3Sa^' 
Rung brt 8£ebenben an M felbfl, toefi^e bie Sorai bed Srfui^äil 
an ben SIngeiebeten annimmt, befonberä im 91euenglif(^cn vor. 

Yet Ut me not Jbrgel what I bare gaia'd From their own monthi 
(BClLT., F. L. 4, 5130- l'hen Jet mc not Ut pags Occasioo whkh 
now >milei (9, 479.)- So M me ipeed (Planchs, Fortmiio 1, S.)- 
■ iDleft lirtbtuttRBdfe etftteint erp fb«er im Cnflfif^. ÄIö. Leu m 
M how I may were thM weda (Cov. Mtbt. p. ^ll,)- 3m ^ISf- "K* 
im tfaf. fui^t man fie MtaeBenS; benn Xusbtütfe tele: Litt me häAan 
^ (Qbr. 38, 16.), utlqe bcn ©ninbbesiiff bee Qrliu&en« ft^^ito, 

S^iiitn nif^t ^ic^. 
iine Sbifforbening an fii$ unb anbere gic6t bet <s)>te<^cnbe oft 
but4 bie Umft^ietbung mit let hinb. 

Ltft go », genüemen (Shaksf., Meny Wiv«! 8, 3.). hit » 
tmät Üb name (Ps. 34, 3.) [agf.; Vpp-äkebbm ee kii nimia 
(Ps. 33, 8.)]. Let ui go iDto the neit towni (Mark. I, 3B.) 
(ogf.: Fare-ee od gehende tanns). Lef m ^o rotinrf, And let tbe 
■ul be alack, the conne be slow, That kt out leiinre, aa we cout 
■long, We may contempkte (Boqers, iL, Naplei). Lei w *faaJ 
bj each other, mast^ra, and prment h!m (Shebid. Kkowles, Vii- 
gin. 3, 2.). 

Xttc. Xct UI nof terry U» n« mars (Town. M. p. STB.). Xow ncjbani 
and kTanjamen kt« tu /orfA jo (Cov. Uisz. p. 95.). I^te filtere &V"^ 
)i(^t ben aenjuntliu oor: Öd .we (Wiclvpfe, Joh. II, IG.). Mai* 
«M herene and «rtU (Towk. M. p. 1.), too bie enaltt^t etbeÜlfte(f(ftiiB8 
let M- 
c) ®tatt be« JN>njuntti» b» btitten Werfen bet Gcinjoi^I mie ber 

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SSc^jo^l bat ba9 Snenmaltfc^t ^nftg bir Umf^icibung; bit Sük 
Bang böfrttra ift fo »evf^trtxn ai« bie be« ffonjunftib feftfl, fo 
bog iffiuufi^, (Scbot HDb fcCtfl Siniäumung babur<4 an9' 
gdirfiitt Wabat tonn. 

Lff tho Wkien ander the hesvea i« g9&ertd U^tlier, aad M 
&e diy Und apptar (Gen. 1, 9.)- Ltl all the euth /«ir tho Lord 
(Pa. 33, 8.}. He tmated on Ihe Lord tbat he would dflli*er him: ht 
hin idiver him (E>e. 22, 8.). @o WTtittt bicfeT €«( bett 9ftEitnfa^ 
in bncefliutn So^efflgc l ahall make oo attanipt to conceal hJa 
fiiltx. Let them be drall vsith u barably BS sevenst justice may 
djirtite, they will not eclipse the ceatral ligbt nhich abinea tbroagb- 
oat hia liTe (Lewu, G. I. 4.)- 

Benbanara bitfrc «rt [i^eintn b« alten Spvai^t frtmb. SJoB Bltt" 
Boh^ tiire lange ben Seniunfltb. Cfll. i(tt(. Waten . . £c gedertd to 
g«Ur (TowH. M. p. 2.)- Kaf. £«011 f^oderoiia [)& väCern fie sind under 
Jeire (?) heofenan, and awöii^e drtgois (Gkk. 1, 9.). Ondntdt hine 
etil eorde (Ps. 32, 7. bal. enaf. 83, 8.]. Be hopode t6 DribCne, äl^te 
be hiue (Ps. 21, 7. »a'- «"a'- ^'i ^O- SJ« We Bltm Spiacte lel iu 
in Bcbmtung Hon caase, agf. dön gtttauc^t, ent^Slt bti 3int)ttatii) eine 
Änffotbming «n 6e|iinimtt ^«(onni etnwS ju Mwn(af[(li: SKe, Xat Jrine 
cDchaiitori, qno^ Merlin, lone bifore lae bringa (R, or Gi,. I. 130.)> 
I<U tidue DDder {le fundement (I. 131.). $albf. LWd eomen eonen |ni 
fconwer and twcli cbüdreo (Lajau. 1. 24S.). Sieft auAbturfStDetfe (eilet 
«necbtnae JU bem @etiTau$e bct ^ier gebat^ten Umft^reitunsen il^er^uft 
Wte, mtter^eibrt fii^ aiet nocfe »efentti^ baoon. UeBriaen« mift^ra 
M BUtS asfl^wärtia no^ in lei tiewetlen bie Segtiffe lüffcn nnb btt- 
tnlalftn. Vgl. Yod mnst inite us and (et ns know wliat da; yoa 
ire to como back (Bonv., Alice 1, S.). 

iEw3mbetatiB giebt btm 3«l»orte bie SStbeutnng einet Änrebe, 
Bnin eint SitlenäSugerunj tnt^aCten ift- @U tann aU @c&ot 
»ta Srtbot, ote ?tufforbetuna, Sitte, SßJunfi^, firma^nung u. [. ». auf- 
pf«6( iKtben. iDie jebeömalEge (ufcielttBe gätbung beS ^mpetatio etgieet 
m t^tjlt Qud bem BufanuntnWnde bet 9tebe, t^eilä auä bem llone unb 
tn ^oltune beä Stebenben. 

1-^^e änctbe, tsclc^e eine ^anbtung auS^pcii^t, bie bcUjogen toer- 
*« (otl, fann an eine ober an mehrere ^«fonen gerii^tct fein. S)ii 
bie nnterf^eibenben gotmen bet Cinja^I unb bet SSeVi"^! beS Om« 
ptrattB in ber ffäfeHn 3eit o"f eine einjige ^ufammenflef^motitn (Inb, 
In inn§ ber 3''f'""W"9''"Ö ™i' *'ie Situation bie «nrebe in biefnt 
Scji^ung flnr ma^en. !£a aber au^ bie einjelne ^erjon ober ber 
fetfonipcirie Oegenpanb in ber (ginja^I ober aJte^tja^t angerebet 
iKrttn faiin, fo tann boä S)u^en Bon ber Äntebe mit bem $(iiral 
nur burd^ feeigegebene Scfiimmungen unterft^ieben rocrben, inbem ent- 
iKber bie gfltloBrter tboa ober jou Ijinjutreten , ober im SJerfaiif bet 
K(be ein ^erfonatpronomen ober ^offeffiovronomen bie Art bet Änrebe 
Kot mai^en. 

Kay, cannf bt Ikou (Milt,, P. L. 4, 71,). HarA thte, lad, — ridt 
«H; at night (Scott, B. K07 9.}. Dk Mou (Leiqh Hont, Legend 
oTFlorance 5, 8.). Repine not at thy lot (Btb. p. 30».). Bt atill 

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M yoK ura now (p. 309.). ®n SnqietatiD aie birrftc ftititbt lann 
nit^t ffiglit^ in tin^n Slebtufa^ emtttten; glti^UiD^t fte^t « &lADci< 
(m in rinem 9telaticfa$e: To a aolemD faaet 1 wiU invile yonng 
Selim Calyinach, Where be Ihoa präsent (Marl., Je« of U. 5, i.). 

<Srli&tlid)tz ift bic Qiniußt bn ^<mftni|tif4cn enbntigm bn SRt^r)«^ 
brt Bififtna im 3iibifnti» nnb flonjunttiu ot« bit b« piutalenbnna brt gm- 
iJfKttW, ba 6ctm Vrfif""* ba« anegffpro^tne @ti6i((t bit »(jit^intj; (ii( * 
iKeftTja^l Dar tx^tett. Sieä) mag fi$ bitte Settürjung auB btr imtoi tttt<D)iila 
a))oI«4)irt«t agf. gönn mh bnleitni U^m. 2)ad BUt. untnfc^btt n«^ tMr 
fo^ ISiujO^C unb äRe^Tja^I tuxä) bit goini : Qo, hc sejde, lo QninlTlfaii in 
helle, [>er he 7s (R. or Gl. I. 210.]. ßenehep od joure eldeme, t>t um 
of so noble m^jte (I. 215.). S>{i(B(. i^t [lu mi laeuen to Bel]iea iCurMa 
(I^jAiL III. 14.). X«(«<t «iKpeo >eae king (I. 3S.). Stnt <it)i>to))h:te gsim 
fhibtt (1^ frfl^e in SeBlritung btB Rürttortte je: ^Ibf. Ne ieo je »ohhi 
forr dredde oft me (Onu. SS48.]. Ne I«M j-e neiiDe quick (Lasah. I. SS.); 
nnb bies iftbic imagf. ft^i gtlSufigt Wfotopt: Ne habbt-ge gold nS k(A(k 
(Math. 10, S.). Ne beo-ge nft hogjcnde ((i, 34.]. Ni3ie-ge t6y ondnedu 
(Luc. 2, 10.). 8iat-ge on «»atre (!4, 49.). H&le »««-5« (Matb. 28, (9.). 
Ne fare ge, oi ne fyljad (Luo. IT, 2S.). SlantS«! trifft man übtigtlll 
tntfiitbntt SoniunttiVfenntn an : Ke tvengen ge (Lucc. .^lfb. 48,). Ktlbn 

fe vesan 1^7100 le&ae licceteras (Math. 6, 16.); nie baS ®Dt^i[i^ anc^ fite 
ie jtttitt Sptrfon in b« Cinjaftl unb TOtfirja^l ben Äoninntths nt&tn bm 
3in))CTatiu gnlSgl, uxlc^tt nammtlic^ fltts in nc^atiun €3^ bottemniL — 
Ö^nt ein unmitttlbai falstnbee ^TcnominalfubjtR ^tH fl^rißme bit tulb 
fluialfann bei ^mptrattb; bn @tngulac lana tin e, nidit tm a afnDctfa: 
Sege me hrclcM endce sie angin Tilnige (Bokth. 5, 3.). Tire pe nn tnoa 
ftre (Gkn. e, 14.). Hahbad rihtne mittun (Exun. 5, IB.). 

2. 3)ie ffiettirrtuna U« 3mpetfltiti bur^ eint« Onbitatio ifl im ffingK' 
f4cn bUT(^ bad Scrb iball mit bem Onftniti» mggli^ ; im ilgf . toiütt 
bad 5|Jräfen8 in bcr jwnlen ^erfcn be9 dnbitali» einen Omptcati« 
erfe^en. 

Makt thee an nrk of goph«r-wood, tooim $luilt thoa matt in the 
wk (Gbn. 6, 14.). 

Xgf. Vtre ^ DD nnne arc of iheirennm bordam, and fiu virett nmnDp 
btonan '|>«m nrce (L o.).- 

3. CbtoD^I nur BuffinftigtS geboten tcerben fann, fo utrb bo^ üeioeüoi 
bie ScifleQung einer eoUäogenen {lanbluna »cm Äffefte ta bo* 
®e6rt aufgencmmen. SSie gorberung, ba§ ein Wt bcUJogett j*»" 
jcKe, ip eine SRo^nnng befljenißen, »eitler bie ^ätigftit auf bo« 
uidgfle beuerff}eßigt ober abgebrochen fe^en rmü. 

Have dmu, for more I hardly can andure (Sbasbf., II Hflu? Tl. 
I, 4, c£ Kch. III. 1, 3.). Uaoe done with your complimenta (Gat, 
Begg. Op. 3, 1.). Come, thy Signatare, and Aom dooe wttb thSM 
(CoLWL, Picc. 2, 14.). SJo^ev bad (itoBinjielle o do«.' — Forgrt 
me, ie« me not, aad Ho be gont (Mabl., Jbw of M. 1, 2.). Ti g re w , 
be goM.' (ÄDDiB., BoBBm. 1, 3,) Da^er ba« fafl aö OntorieBi« 
le^nbeltt begone! 3>atnit bgl. man: Gel tbe gont.' it. bgl. 

gonneln bitftv Stt gt^Bnn befonbe» ber S^ira^e bei gemeinen Setail tM. 
3n Sltati 3nt flnbtt fl^ Sftet hart done: „Rate done," qaod lebe, 
„com of, and ipeed the Eut." (Chiuc, C. T. 3726.). Se not afeid, Abm 
don«, inii lam onra g«re (Toitb, M. p. 28.), Bot have done ■■ tjta (p. HS.). 
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!Cnr @<A *ii^ in «n«» a&ecft^Ioffcnen unb ^raionifi^eii ^hinjtn 
tii4 bü «n X^gteitSttanfT^ txUnniaxt Sejlc^ung bee ^ifibilaM attf 
M €itbjelt, fo ba| brr XI^StiglttMbcgriff jugleidr bae Sanb, bie fo- 

rmnlc 6D]]iila, bri ®(tgee auänmi^t. ^Qr bie 3o^>n beS 3^<^')'^^ 
ibd baS SuBjett maaggeSenb, unb bie Öl^^ionäform beö erfteren mng, 
n bitft ^{ic^nng nftnnluT ju mai^nt, mit bem Subjcfte in 3ii^ »nb 
fofni üitTWifiimiiitn. 3U0 aUgemtine 9{(gel gilt ba^n bie ftonstnenj 
M AötBsneS mit bem ©ubjefte. 

aXe SJutt^fü^rang biefe« aBgemeimii ©ntnbfafte« i(l ober fetbfl in 
hr dn^ßett ©a^form ntibt atmaQ feftge^titn. 

St hnn nfiinli(^ bafi @uBic{t, nad^ feiner grammattfi^en Statur, 
An iia4 feinem @e^(te bctiadjlet, eine Seif[^iebenbett ber ga^tfonn 
M ftrftilaM eim&dlii^n, tDie bie nmfleOuns bcffeuen eine Wiming 
tei ja^tforn im ^iSbitote tierantaffen tonn. 

3p boe ¥tfibitat ni(^t eine einfalle 3eitfonn, fonbem ein SetB 
vi rinR ))iSbitatiben Sift^njnng, fo ift j»ar auü) biifc Srgänjung bet 
^gtaianen Kegel ber ftoitgnienj unterwerfen; bo^ ift bie 9tcge( nit^t 
djjnHin bnr^jufü^ten, unb ti tann namentü^ eine Httraftien ber Sei* 
ttiform bnri^ bie i^räbifatioe Seflimmung Eingang finben. 

<Eiibli4 bieten in jufammengejDgenen @%n mehrere @nbiclte, 
rt4e in ber Sa^Iform ober Ijinfii^llit^ bet ^ferfon unb beö natilrll(^«i 
9^tiitti Mtfdrieben fein tonnen, t^ie unb ba ©d^wietigteiten unb 
Mfni bieB>eilen einer »erf^iebenen Äuffajfnng in ber S9e^anblung bt« 
lOKinfamcn ißrfibitateS naum. Üud) fann in foCi^en S^Hen Unent* 
HiAeti^l be« Spra^gcbriut^eö, toie Jß<u^Iäffißteit bri 8Iebenben ^la^ 
Pnfoi 

ttagrnen} bt« ^rfibitateS mit einem einfallen @«biette. 

l-ffietinbae $rSbifat ouB einer einfallen ober gttfammensefe^ten 
terbalferm ober einem Verb mit einem ))räbifQtiben Xbjel» 
ti« Beftf^t, fo fKmmt boS ^abilat in ber Kegel mit bem Subielte 
ii ia 3a^(form unb ^erfon Abnein. 

Wbtn i rear my huid dö you the sune (SHAXiP., Temp. 2, 1.)- 
Ih LotM Ummu below tlie bsrreo peak (Tkmmto. p. 118.). Growtbi 
of junine (vra'd Their fanmid snna, featooning tree to trae (p. 163.). 
Ittemurritige bfcimt fitgueiU (Macatti-, H. of E. I. 10.). ThoM 
Ugb political grapes had beeome tottr (Tkollopk, FVunL Fanon 2, 
!■)■ Ai br BS Grtielda t* üonetmtd I canoot td,j that I think ibe 
•• t» ie pWrtf (ib.). 

CaM^I bot $artlci)> fct« Verfeft in feiner eertfnbnng mit be in ben )«• 
1>niKK«(ftttm äeüfnraien a» ba( tnaifatiM Ubitltto fEnb ^et« im neni* 
Wb, Die in ber 3oB(fvni> »nb tat Scfi^Ie^U mit bem Subjctt Sbetein' 
^noMib p beuten, ob»«bl ibnai bie glefionefgrm fcblt 2)ag bie 6m> 
Wat bfcfer Jbti^nieni allen 6)Kai^)»ertoben gemein ift, btbarf Idner Iti/fy 
■)(rag- Die Seranf^önlt^nns bcrfelhn bnti$ bie fjileiiiinlfgrmen bts $«• 
iia» iBb be« «bjeHi« tfl freilt« frd^ nntcrstganstu. 3m fltte. ifl fle oft 
Hrm ni^t mit Si^ei^etl mebr natitjutMiten, »xtl bat ben ftural lemi> 
I<i4«>ibt e ^Onftg an4 mtbere^tigtei Seife bem Cinaular aeectot % abgefe^en 
M btame hii i f iH nioi , Ue f^m im eingnln etn lerc4tQte» • ffatcii: HUe. 

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Sex tiandretb & fonr icors & nien jere mo er tolde (Laugt. I. 1.), Hoiif 
wer» glaAs ^ o{ {R. of Ql. I. 96.). pe bnrf^ia of London imt« m«^ 
<t (Amte (Lahot. L 48.}- 3in &iI6f- erf^nnt bic glefioMform tuxt Vbt|l| 
in btr präbilattwn 9rgSn)uns im ^laiol: Pbjj wnrrdeim >wi|)o efdniit 
(Out S3*3.). Hb w»renn fiejs forrwrohAla (17534,). Swa Jwtt tojs 
BlioUdemi ?ujhe bcn (19223.); fit ifi abcT nu^ fi^pn Wmoi^CSIfiet: P& hit 
. Ssn weoren uoafen (Lajau. I. 276.). pa heo i^icmi weorea (III. 91.)- 
äm Ägt. no^ bn jlarftn gctm fteftirt, f^ttbtn bie(e ptübitationt ^oitiriliini 
bie einjagt wn b« KetTitl, aii6« in ben abldtioen, »tlt^ fc^cn tu bet 
(Hnja^I mit e MIofftn, unb im ^tnwl jum 3:^eil an* birt ®tf4I<4t: P« 
1H8 Yolfrnn germmen (8ax. Chk. 943.). Ic eom fal ne^ gMged to eada 
(Fb. 87, 6.). Fee ijnt ^«Aundena, handa gehltfle (Csdh. 37S.). £% 
eart ^a (Cod. Exon. 25, 19.). Q6de T»ron begen, Sem aad Jafed (Cbiw. 
1581.). 3m (uSbitatiDcn eeT^tniJTc \äitmt blt glcpon junjl beim ^^aüdf 
nutttgegangnt ju fein. 

©leidf^mtig ifl tS für bie jRtgel ber Sonaruenj im SKacindnai, ti 
t>a9 einjelne -3nCiDibuum aie (oti^ed »ti" dt< Stitretti bti 
@attung unb in bie|em @inni beioIIfiemdneTt im ®a^ auftritt 

And Ihe Canaanite ua» then in tha laDd (Gkk. 12, 6.). Tti ce- 
ward foi.. Look, yonder'» roü/rf {Bütl., Hud- 1, 3, 453.). Ow 
jtoor M nifinrraus enougb alraady; I will have no maro vagabondf 
(FiELD-, J. Andr. 4, 8.). 

3)d4 utTben ^«fonatfubflantiu in bei ISinta^t «19 €ubjtHc M^ 
votilm gleii^ ©ammetnamen mit einem filinarifi^tn Ser6 eerbmiben; 
fo enemy, foe. 

And aow tke foe tkeir covert quU (Byr., Giaoar) neben; Tbe lat«lj 
ambush'd foes appoar (ib.). 

^e4 eilanbt man fi^ au(^ (ietfeiten Ui nn&ejttmmten ganoi^Tteni, 
iwlf^e i^rer Sfatui nat^ ni<%t auf ein 3niiioibumn l^interifen, ttw fl» 
ulletn ober in Serbinbung mit einem ©ubflantib flt^en- 

Evtry one of theae letCars an in mj nam« (Shaksf-, T«. Ni^ 
2, 5.). NoI one of them jhiotii the Bituation of doora, windom, Ot 
chimniea (BiCKBRSTAri' , Lion. ». Cluisaa 2, 2.}. .NeifAer of ÜMm 
an remarkable for precision (BL,AUt, Lectur.). Eladed, now bebiod 
him die, Faint aod more faint, eaeh hotUle cry (Scott, Bokeb; 3, 

T.)- 33ie Semenbun^ tte $(utat bee B'i't°i"^tcS t)>iit> in man^ 
SSUtn buri]} einen mit of angeCnüpften $luta{ unterltüt^t toerben. €' 
nnt. 3. 

^äufiget ifl in biefem galle, »enn au4 boe ^txf> in ber Sin^I 
fle^t Dber ^nfic^tUc^ becBa^Ifoim unfCai bleibt, bie SKüdbejic^unfl 
auf baä SubjeFt »eirmitteljt eiued giltnoiteS in bei 3Re^t)a^I, obei 
eines babon abgtteiteten ^offefficpronomenS. 

Whotoever balA any gold, let Ihem break it off (Exod. 32, 24.). 
Nobody know* nhAt it is (o lose a friend, tili tkej/ ha*e loit him 
(FnxD., J. Andr. 1, Ü.). Whare she -wob gone, or wbat wu becou« 
of her, no one coulä take opon liem to sa; (Sherid., Duenna 3, 2.). 
Every one hos good aenaa enongh to sce other people's faiilts , and 
good natnre enongh to OTerlook their owd (Bickbrst. , Lion. a. Cla- 
riiRa 8, 1.). ThoD vp Sprung mony a mainlaad Lord, Obedient to 
their Chieftaiu'a word (Scott, Loid of the Isl. 2, 16.). 

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|btriitn attf Singnton, tritt btn tttglilc^ (Sratninatibin oitabdt SW 

inmb Mbn nbtrrangtn liegt tu bn ScmK^fdintg bifltitiutlbtt unb 

Ifllcitisci Scgriffc, tMl4t ^bt gleii^A^s btceor^uiiB ttnn Bttja^I 

liR«n*|(f}tn. :Sic(t jinnli^ natfliliÄc Scmufi^uag trifft man aui^ bti. attcn 

S^nftßeQcm : alte. And eyli^rjiau^dto Ayr inne (IrOHT». 989.). SRan Kgl. 

Id.: Vtergue eorum eierdtom edacunt (C-sa. B. C. S, 30.). HosCimn nuJit 

tx itinne dücedeie licebat quin ab eqoitata Cmmiu exeip«T«ntur (I, 79.). 

San a^f. \^tat eiut fclc^ Senfirultivn nac^ betn &imu bei gUmertnit 

(hn {o fmnb )u fem, mit fit ce betn ^l^ifi^ ift 

!>!Qi) plnialifi^e ©uBjettc mttbtm ®in^u(at bri 3ntWDTtc« Bn> 

Sunben finb, mftffen meiere gäHe untevf^ieten »erben. 

*) Sinige ^Inratfoimen finb ganj ju Singularen genotben, unb 

^aSen bcmnad^ au^ ' ein ^täbiCat^erb im iSinguIar bti fti^. @. 

L 230. 

b) SiftDciUtt finb t>Iutatit(^e SSejtiffennngeu eintä ©uBjelte« ofö Spanien, 

oiu^ aK l£igtßnamen, einer einielnen 'Saätt, oljei eiiitS Sol< 

leltiöganjen nai^ bief« i^ret iöebeutung olfl ©ingulnre be^ianbelt. 

Tieo-third* of Chis u mine by right, five himdred and thirty 

wld pounda (Shebu>., Seh. f. Scaod. 4, 1.). I cnn't any, I t«Ll 

joo. 7%« TAree Pigeont eepeeli tue down every momeDt (Goldsm., 

She Stoopi 1.). And Merr^» Metaphort appean aoeir (Btr. 

p. 32ä.) 

9Rit ))[nralif(^en Sitttn ntag man bie ^etfnQl)fung me^terti; 
@inguEate mit ä^nlic^ei ftonfiruftion btrgteic^en: Thia Romeo oad 
Miel wat not only prodnced aC Weimar (LswES, G. II. 226,). 

8eit(titte auB ftfl^exen SnSTtunberten finb nit^t juai «etoeife für a^nlii^e 
fmfbniTtienen entfi^eibenb, infofern bit iSnbiiitg ei, eib bort ^ufla nn$ 
bnn ^lurat be« 3eitteott(« im .^rfifenfl ange^M. lieber bae Sgf. f. c). 
e) Cnblit^ ip ber Satt ju bemtrfen, in »etilem baö $t5bifatflBer6 
btm ©ubictte borange^t, wotoue eine (e^r gebräudjliil^ gefflotbene 
antengnwnj otjnleiten ijl. 3)a ba« ^"tttott ootlöuftg beö maag> 

S.etntben @itbjt{ted enttie^rt, meli^eS etwa no^ bom ©fiiec^enben 
Elb|l ni^t pTäeiflit fein mag, fo lägt fi^ bie üblseit^ung e^er «tt« 
{i^nbigctL Sit ifi namentlii^ bti bem abfhatteu be, jumal mit 
bDianttrtenbem CttAibberb, übtt^ getoDtben. 

Thera i* uo more such Casars (Shaesp., Cymb. 3, 1.). For diy 
thrae tbouBflDd dncata heie is lix (Uerch. of Ven. 4, 1.). Now 
wherc*« the Ba«t»rd's braiuif (I HeniyVI. 3, 2.) There*» ftw 
eromu tor thee, play (Marl., Jew of M. 4, 5.). There 's the iwo 
äiit Hogfa (G01.DBM., She Stoopa 1.). While there'* leavet in the 
foreat, uid foam oa the rirer, Mac Gregor, deapite them ahall flon- 
' nah for evet (Scott, Macgr. Gatharing). anbete Seift)iele, in bentlt 
itii^ ba« o&ftraltt Setb borfommt, finb feifetiet, bod) au(^ 6ci flu- 
tlB ©dfriftftfUtrn JU finbtn: What means tken qttttHon*? (YoüMO, 
S. Th. 4, 398.) Setf<^iebtn ^lierbon ^xxO) ©ttOen, in benen baS 
fnbßantibif^e i^firmorl wh&t alt firSbifatieer IRominattb eintritt; 
oiÄonn pnbet tint Httrattlon btd ^räbifatebtib bint^ bafftKe 
flatt: What u aix »mtera? (ShakSp,, Bich. II. 1, 8.) ©. unt. 5. 
a barf ni^t aufitr H^t fltlaffen itjerbtn, bog bc< Cn* b« ffipifintj mit 
«bei ^e piSbilalhw (ErgSnjung im Site, ungemein ^fig b^ tntf^tebett 
finenlarif^ gmn beim ttlnialif^en Subjette otutimmt, unb nit^t bCnS ba, 



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tt» et htm eSnbtrftc tmasgi^: Seite maittrt* U ber eome (Snrx Siun 
SSS7.). Ang«!« tbon mtida fol eren, lUe ortfer« fAot ü (Towi. U. 
p. 20.)- <?rM/e «lydu, rir, tber ü (p. 63.). ThcM tabeliit I Ukc Ihe 
in tUn honde, With mj ßyngsr in hem ü («rstc ABe my iawyt (Cov. 
Um. p. 09.). Her k^itele »o goodlj iHed , Aod imder tbac i» hnued 
mtnh platurt* (Skiltom L 87.). TkryO^ latyghlei, witboateD I7«, Eoi- 
sothe «KU in ttut compaaTe (Rich. C. üb L. 95.). Tluu f>gh (= Euigfat) 
th« to tAci Vieri (= weary) hmu (HmiTTTira ot ise Hjbb 32S.). Wilb 
roie and awete florei IFm Urtuetd haBet and baurit (Aira. 103S.). ii 
flooda Ihat enei vmt (SKB(.ioir L 78.); f<^on ^ß|> Änd »gged /«ob 
pituia..lhat lueaere na imurden (Lajam, II. 543.]. ItebTtgeafl iiüaS 
JI4 an^ baS agf. Bft« bn Cinja^I beS 3'''^'>'^'B ^™ $IUTaI beB @ut- 
{tßtS, bcfonbne, uo jenes bem SubteRe eorange^t: Äh ^ m/muu ^ 
gifre grgud (Cod. Exd^i. 376, IS.), pft ml d^eoU man cecutra (Ckdh. 
200S.). And him güteade hire ^dv-aa (Sax. Chb. 1067.). pa elf 
agangen hii jlde ^räd and hiA^ti^ Tintra (495.). pf ftcan gtin •« 
^^ frun frymdg middan - geardei fif pßaendtt Tintra and «ix himi 
Tintra und XVIII (616.). 

8.3p baa ©u6jeft ein ©amnielname in ber ffiinjo^f, [0 fie^t to» 
?i5tii(atSoet6 in ber SHe^tjatj!, twnn bie SBorfielfuiig ber fcnvt^ tat 
©atpnntiB befaßten 3nbii)ibuen ben ©preienben befÄSftiflt, tcd^icnti 
' tB in ber Sinja^t aufttitt, tsD bie Totalität 'alä eine (Sin^eii auf' 
flefaßl Birb. 

&) Ue&ertoifgenb t|l bie ^uffaffung einer ©efatnmt^eit ali einer An- 
ja^i Bon 3nbiotbnen (meip bon ^erfonen, a6er auäf Spieren, feften 
leHofen ©egeiijlflnben) flleii^ einem $lutale. ©ie erjlreilt |i^ 
auf aiSiJrtet romanift^en mie germantfil)en UTfprunaö. SDIant^ ber- 
felben finb UT()>Tanaliil| Stbfliafta, ueli^e in loueltice Sebeutuna 
Übergeben. O^re 3a^I if tettäi^tlii^ ; »ir gefcen feeifpieiSmeift 
einige Steigen berfelben: family, clan, tribc, race, naClon, pcople, 
public, mankind, world; sex, acquaintance K.: bost; army; inbn- 
try (foot), cavalry (horse, eig. ^iurol), noldicry, floet tc.; Com- 
pany, asMiubly, circle, cavalcade, quire, bridal Ic; party, KCl, 
factioa tc. : mimber, multitude, plenty, variety, pair, couple, htU, 
part, remainder, remnant, rest ic. ; body, crev, watch, guaxd, com- 
monalC;, clergy, aristocracy, ministry, jury, Council, potice, pwliunent, 
govemment, conrt, divan tc.; kiud, sort ic.; traJD, bulk, throng, 
crowd, mob, rnlgar IC.; cattle, herd, brood, vermin U. 0. a. UntR* 
flQ^ tann bie Erinnerung an Onbiuibuen burt^ einen mit of an' 

ficMpften $IuraI »erben, vaaS bei ^erfonat'SoIIeftlben natih^dl 
etttner ber gaU ifi. 

Tbfl raet elect Safe towards Canaan from the shor« advaaee 
(MtlT., P. L. 13, 2U.). The jmilie l/iinJc nothbg aboat dialect, 
or hqmoar, ot charaeter (Goldbm., Vic. 18.). Tbe toorld haot päd 
too graat a complimeDt to critica (Pikld., T. Jon. 5, 1.). Oni 
$tx ort like poor tradesraen tbat pnt all their beat gooda to be 
Ken at the windowa (Goldbm., G. NbL M. 4.). The araiy of tke 
qoeen ineini to beai^e aa (Shumf., III Heory VI. 1, 2.). The 
whole qvirt hold their Upa and Umgh (Mids. N. Dr. 3, 1.). I «ee 
him ^t the tceel die irhole dreh ort in toar« (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 
1.). Tfa« yoDOg ciwpfc, it teemi, or« jnat »etting ont fbr Scotland 



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(Gouiut., G. Nat. H. 3.). Part on the pUio, or in the ftir tnblime, 
Vpon the wing, or in urift nee coatend (Milt., P. h. 2, 636.). 
The English hftd lost in the several charges abont one third of 
Iheir foot, bat the remainder aere raltUd in the wood (Cqop., 
Spy 7.). My g»ard, tao,..'rire in the taste of their inhnmaD 
oi&c« (ßowB, J. Shoro 3, I.). The cowicil . . Havt plae'd a pageant 
•eeptre in my hand (ib.)- The jurg mett, (he coroner ie abort 
(CoWP. p. 51.). Füll loag the ipousal trorn have ilaid (Scott, 
Lord of the lfd. 1, 24.). The erowd weri deeply affected (BuLW,, 
Biaui 3, S.). The taob ort ea pleaaed with yota bonour (Fab- 
QDHU, Baoniit. OfBcer 1, 1.). Heavensl haw the vulgär itare 
(Btk. p. 325.). Jmt so, hj our example, eatUe Ltarn to give one 
another battle (Butl., Hud. 1, 1, 793.). The ealtk ttom the nn- 
laited fielda retitn (Tbomsox, Winter). — If you waot any lodia 
gooda, bere are varielg of pennyaiorUu (Mqhtaqus, Lett.). There 
ate pteaiy of differmcet, bat triding (Byb., Lett.). The mwunt of 
He Btglüh wert &lreadf to be aeen (Coor., Spy 8.). The brood of 
Mtpnh are in my band . . I do not atrangle Atta (Bclw., Rienzi 
5, 1.). 

SQd bie Str&atfoim ntt^t tntfi^eibet, batf man pluiolifc^c 
^immunQcR im ©age mo^t al9 nuugg^tnb fili bad $cäbitat0' 
tctb in btr nuten ©piac^ ^altttt- 

The wewy crno täeir vessel ktpl (Scott, Lord of the Isl. 1, 
37.). The bridal now renuned tAtir murch (Lady of the L. 3, 20.). 

3n Stelatjcfd^cn, beten ©n6ie(t auf einen ©ammelnoinra 
kjogen unb mit btm ^läbifatSVcib int ^lural oerbunben ift, mag 
nun bad Stetatb^tonomtn fetbfl a\i ^lural auf^n. 

Thoa, Todrig, «ftm tbe Johnstone elan Tkat ever are trne and 
itOQt (Scott, L. Miiutr. 3, 27^. The Vireclory, who are not very 
fond of princet (Bdlw.. Lady of Lyons 2, 1.). 

3)ie Sejiebuog bri Samnteinamene' auf bie QRe^r^eit im ^lä* 
Wate finbet feltp ta flatt, tto birrt^ a, one, tki» ic. ber @ammel> 
Bonte entfc^iebener auf eine Sin^eil ^ingeuiefen Inttb- 

Ronen baiDgs her head fot grief that »uch a veliant eon^pany are 
ßtd (SsAKSF-, I Henry VL 3, 2.). There are another »ort of people 
rto seem designed Tor solitode (Popr, Lett.). A vagabond and 
»tieft tribe there tat their miserable meal (CowP. p. 177.). Wheu 
a people tuffer \a vaia, let them carae themselTes (Sulw., Rienzi 
3, 3.). Tkit eotgiU mrre desiroaE to consnmniate long ago (Fiii.i>., 
J. Andr. 4, 2). — A fleet of leariike gailies . . Are come from Tar- 
key (Maru, Jew of H. 1, 1.). Nearly one hoff of the ähabitantt 
»m auembied, and nearty the other half aere engaged in a more 
peaceful duiy (Bdlw., Eienit 2, 8.). DieB ftut tiatüilit^ ber 
Snffaffung beä Sammelnamen^ <M einer Une^rja^t leinen %&&ru(^. 

ffiie tent biefe Jlonitniltion nai^ bem @inne au^gebe^nt locrben 
tann, lägt fi^ laum Befltmmen. @ie gel^t eben fo Ueit aU ein 
SuSflantio an eine %nja^l eiinneni tann, fo bag fel&fi an fl{^ 
bnfrete <Sa(^fuB{lLintioe ju SoQettiDen gemalt toetben fBitnen. 

TJntil ting Arthur't table, man by man, Hud falFn in Lyonnesa 
■boat Iheir Lord (Teks«. p. 191.). 



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b) Daß trc ©ttmmtlname in b« (Einjagt ein ^räbilateBerb in b« 
Sinja^t ju fi(^ nimmt, bebatf in ber S^t faum tinn SanR- 
luug, ob»o^{ tiic Sprache fi(^ ftlt^e bei 3)te^tja^( juneigtc 

In proad Italy, Whose maoners itill okt (arjy apiih nofiott Lix^M 
Bßer (Shaesp-, Bich. II. 2, 1.). How Ihe wkolt peopU tkakt» H»^, 
BB if it hftd one life (Ctm.., Frencb Bav. 1, 4, 2.). Tha vortf 
Ad* all in eyes an CBto'a aon (Addis., Cnto 1, 3.). The armi/, 
te/üch tea* compoted chiefly of foreign mercenBriei (Bin.w., Bienii 
5, 3.). A fiirer pair v>at never seen (Scott, L. Mingtr. 3, 38.). 
And all tke coHTf begins to flatter bim (Mabi.., Edw. II. 1, Ü.). 
Tb« eovrt /etlt indigaant tbnt it ia conquered (Cahl., French Ret. 
1, 5, 3.). The Parit Nalional Gward, wholly under armi, fui* eteartd 
tbe pake« (1, 7, 11.). la it trQe..tbat your Stnate It rattd ta- 
getherf (Addis., Ciito 1, 8.) We know, how atrongly tkr Pariu- 
mrtU of Paria exerled iOt^ in hrour of tha peopU (Macadl, 
Gaaaya I. 211.). 
e) %d t\t\ix jtcitfac^en SSe^nbiung bn ^mmefitatn«! in bn <£inu^ 
^nb mant^erlei Utber^ängt avi ber einen in bie anbtre Jtea> 
ftniftion einätlii^, fo t»ie nameiitlif^ auc^ bie 9iüf bejictfung auf 
einen ©ingntar bur<^ pluvatifd)e ©efiimmunflen. 

The great tupph/ Thal aas expected bj tbe Daupbia bere, Art 
wreck'd (Shaksp., John 5, 3.). TAii people uAo knowelh not Ih« 
law are carted (John 7, 49.). Ay, Üiere goes a pair tkat onlj 
tpoü each othar (Goldsm., Sha Btoop« 1.). Tha atork - etttmliif 
meets, for many a day ConsultiDg deep and rarioua ere Aey ttkt 
Their srduous Toyage thro' tbe liquid sky (Tbombom, Antanui). 
The eommoiuofalth it lick of their own cjjoice, TXmV orergiesdf 
love bath «orfeiEed (Shaksp., II Henry IV. 1, 3.)- Id a «ord, ät 
whoU natÜM Stern» to be nioninpout of fA«i> witc (Sholi.bt, Hnmphi- 
Clink.). 

SKc ^ier auFgefäfttten '%iMt flnb f^en in 5tte|lti ^n\ nat^mveifcn. 
a, 9n b« ©t^anMung b« ©ammetnamm ale ^hivale (om ba« Äug* 
(äc^fif^e mit btm ailfranjBrift^ flbtnin, »el^» in »tit gtüßtwi Äi* 
be^nimg a\» ba« Stnitian^Bfif^ ben Plural begänne: aitt. AI Aoi 
nocioun of (bat lond Wtort falien to heore hond (Aua. 61S4.). |ä 
eampam/e of pnple ]>ac knawe not t>B lave, btn airnde (Wio-irr^ 
JuH, 7, 49.). The icory ii of non atate (hat ilryvan wich Aer lutu 
(Detob, or BicH, II. p. 4.). Sflt. Se here gdrrohUm heora »öp« <» 
Landen«, and heom Tinter-eette [iKr inne namoa (Sax. Cbb. 101&). 
/e( ian4foi<; hardtice vidilödon (lOlT.). pft ^fli foU pat yeA^rAni. 
[>ft funireion hig (Ev. Nrcon. 15.). p& cynioga» hegen oWqiMi« 
iiKr Turdon, and ti6 lAf Tid [lone here frid nonwn (al. Mm. um) 
(S^x. Chb. S67.). föD bar4 ein »eCati» mit bem ^Inral «tf n 
Jtollcttiu im SinguIaT lUTäddewiefen tcirb, i^ bie Aottgnienj b« Skaü« 
in bct ^aüfi. ^ufig nfi^t ju entfi^ben: BU Tille tb dOn ynb« t« 
laraliClisce /o2c ^ Orc veolaa lyndon (Kxod. 14, 5.}. And lii » 
cyning [lü hjdecveardc« on fare mid /iare täre fit mid hymKJftm 
^fyrdedon (Sax, Chr. 894,). 
ß. I^ag ber @ammtlnamt im Singular auS) ben Sinplai bei 9^ 
bllatletib juließ, ijl felbflMrpänbtitS. att». pe cumpanye hart -wjtM»- 
aynga ^li wo* wilh hym (Wiclvi-fk, Joh, 12, 17.). Jalbf. p« /■ 
ftrde Im (Lajai^ J. 60.). «ef. £aU /«Ic tu Aomt Ö''»:- ">, i)- 



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C. JJ. enti V. b. ^ah. in ifyc. «(j... «ongr. b. ^tSb. mit e. rinf. ©ntj. i4fc 

^ «6« fo finb' aStt. bie Utttrgän« an« ba räni aonPmWai in Me 
WIM« ju affm äcrtm gflSupg : Sldt. l ml go ««niyn Aefe that tA«j 
loke sbonte, Thst iA« make wdj clienya to bjnd hym wilh Id Iske 
{Coir. Mrsr. p. 309.). The kynges ooti Ihal withonwn Uiu JTmUM 
«ipyed al ttau eas (Alib. 6886.). ■ «gf. On ßis dtlg« emn mTEÖl leyp- 
«re np, and ftbiBcon Vintanceastre (Sax. Chb; 860,). HIr tit m 
hiden her« oa Ten«t, snd genänon fä6 ria Ckntvarnm (866.). pit 
/ofc tat aod ai and dranc and i!rüf»i .and fkgtdon (Eiod. 32, 8.). 
Se Aei ^ |)är »veg com vurdon on fleÄme gtnered« [Sai. Cke. 894.). 
i* geäxodon ßüt Hd f,at on Sandrtc lag embe Godrin« fce (1052.). 
EaU *e Aera on Efot- EDglnm ■ hm wöf ftitnegge, {lät Ak eaU [Äi voldm 
|it ho ToldeI(9äi.). pft eo^ le ft^ tO hiora iBipnm (8SS.). bin 
<^trrmg icea], &gan Aiwni feünda gata (Gkn. )2, IT.}. , 

^e unb ba tommm, im iErßlil(^tn 9nfonflnitttim »or, »clih flA anf 

b« *i«t" wBrttrtrn gSDe ni*( iiitüttffl^rni taffen, j. Ö.: Tlvew om 

efcrai doy»' jpumeyfrom Horeb..nnto Kaciigh-bamca (Dbut. 1, 2.) 

{ttflf. flgj. CT^Eofon da« fiü^id). ÄeSnlidf auebnidlWcifea nnami 

M 'lufl b« attrattiet« bcr Snbalforra bur^ btn na^cPcbMlbtn ^lu"!- 

J-Bran baä ©utjeft (in ■'reratibeS gflrliiort ift, fo rietet VA baS 

?M-bifatftierb ^inflc^tlit^ ber ^ecfon unb bet 3a^(fi>tm iW(ö bra 

«Hgiifft, ted^en ba« gflmcrt oetttift. 

»)S(iit5t f»^ ba« Ätialib auf iin'e bifp-ro^tn« ^erfon ebre ©oAe 
ii b« einja^I lobev ajit^tjo^ fo trf(irint natütii^ bif britte 9Ja. 
f«n ber (fiinja^t obtr aWe^tioW be« Seitwntrt im ^riäbifafe. 
t) 99 B^ ^9 Relativ auf bic itbenbe ^etfpR ober bie «uflerebet« 
WW ob« ®«*< in t«i Eitijo^I oba UHe^m^r BeäOßfn, fo ptbt 
bo» ¥rabifaie»nb in ber erflen ober jtDeiteu $et[i)n einet bet W- 
bcn äairlfBrineit. 

/ eaitnot blame thee, -aho am myrolf attach'd with wetoineH 
(^AMF., Tecnp. 8, 3.). You n^ thia I« pleue m« wAo hae* no 
■Hwtori (BuLW., Lady of Lyons 2, 1.). To Ate »A* halt thy 
dwriKng here en Earth (Uilt-, F. L. 8, 118). Panwdl, and 
pritA by * soldEer'« band, That wmUtt reward them irith an hos' 
pital (Hau.., £dw. II. .1, 1.). And thej ihall atrike Yoar childrea 
yct Dnbom «od oubagat, Thal hjl your tt^taX hands tgainit my 
kead (Shassp.,. Kich. 11. 8, 3.). Hon faard ia stir faE«, Wka itrve 
m the Btate (Aiddis., Bgaau. .1. 3.). i(u<^, »e baA Xetfllibtnono- 
aea abgettorfei^ ift, bleibt fär liie Setbatform bie l^ononle»} Qiaag> 
g^enb. Ti* /, her Triend. the parlner of ber Keart, fVait at the 
dooT and beg (Rowe, J. ShoreS, 1,)... Tis ye are oiüpäta (Shel- 
UT, Cenci 4, 4.). i . . i 

Z>i(fe btn antilm &^zaä)m eigene Snit^nng ber ^^os be« jt'HBDTtr« 
■nf ba< antgebrUdtc eber m^ttüi^tf ^ftTWarl im ^ontitfalK. twvanf bat 
matie jurftduntct, tft aud6 aC(c» @))tai^CTiobeK bffl Qoglift^ gemein: 
XBc Whai art lAou that maküt tfaia crye? (1p(>h. 18TS.) F«-don cnuche 
•mfi JTiat tnaiilh you lord and siie, Nj^ and feor, of hii empira 
[Alb. 73-28.). .^ f Aof am cojtla hynge Abiai (Cov. Mtit. p. S7.). I^e 
An myniilere Here (p. Tl.). afl[. Hvlt eait ^ jS« h^f*t 1»* leöht 
byiier eond lend? (Ev. Niooc. 38.) Fader üre, jSÜ £e «orl on tieofcnnm 
(Math. 6, 9.). 

3)a^ ^t au{^ na(6 einem ©abflsnti)) tm Relativ ber auf 
tief«» Bejcgene Äelotibfa^ bie jweite ?et(on be« $rSbitotööer8. 
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Pope, vjho coaldtl moke Immortalj; art thoQ dead? (VocKO, N. 
Tb, 7, 6.). Ood, the Elernalf Formt of all things.' Wi« didi« 
Creatc these best and beauteoua bÜDgs! (Bm., Cain 1, 1.) Dori 
mäaraeiU! that reddauit an mj hearth (BmfANT p; SO.). SwMf 
how» that are to make me bleat, Ob 1 &y, like breeiaa to tbe goat ; 
(Ts. MooM p. 71.). 

"SAt SDrauSfe^ung babei i[t, baß bcr Sotottv ale fCntebe )■ ' 
nehmen iß; »irt ber Wuenif nii^t ote Sniebe jujleif^ aufltfw 
fo fast bit Stjugna^me auf bie jbicitE ^nfoit fort 

Happy äay.' tkat breats our cbaio: 3Ku/ flMVwnul*, (W eotti &db ' 
eiüe bome (Vodks, N. Tb. 4, 666.). Xlo<^ tommcn on^ anbot ' 
S&lcHi^ungen SOt, ttie: O Lorcf/ tkat Imds me tife, Lend me i 
heart repkt« with tbankrulnees (Shakbp., II Henrjr VI. 1, 1.]- 
Thon great firtl Caute, least understood; Who all my «enae eni|h'i^ 
To know but tbi«, Chat Thou art good (Pope, Univers. Prafu). ' 
^\a tritt bie at)i)ftrD)>^e in ben ^intersiiutb, fo bag ber ^tba^ ■ 
bic Statin; tinti 6cfc^ret&utben ©aged annimmt. 

Sttc Qod that tkope both enh sod heven, I pray u> thee (Tots. M. ' 
p. IS.), asf. Ei l& l>u] tnuTtuc Ae me td ipjrc«t (Thorfe, Anal p. 111.), 
@aD3^)il>4 S'^t btmeclatiu ein gDttüM bonn: />u, DriAlen, /nmHU ■ 
heOTtati (Ps. 7, 10.). Oe dSmero« jbe ofec eordan dfmad (Fb. 1, lO.) 
. . Cinc flbnxt^uns in bic brim ^tr\m bmmt aii<^ tm flitc. (isncitea Mi: : 
AI Lord! that u «ith outtea ende! (Towr, U. p. 13^.). 

BSenn bei ätetativfaQ nat^ eineui ^aattfoj^e, beffen @u6idt bit , 
edle ober ineite $erfon ift, im nfi^eten ^eflimmung einee in teiii< 
feigen enthaltenen präbiUttuen ©ubfiantibS ober gSneeittl 
bient, fo fäHt feine unmittelbare Sejie^ung auf jenefi Subjelt w 
Mid) ^iitmeg. 

„Aod wbat art tbou?" — „A loldinr that iath aen'd »gaiiut 
tl» Scot." (Mabi„, Edw. IL 1, 1.) Are yon uot he , Tiat ßsUi 
the Buidens? (Shassf., Mids. N. Dr. 2, 1.) Art tbou Ae wko faU 
broks peace in Heav'a and faitb? (Mar., F. L. 3, 6S8.). 

@[«^o;^ Übt au(( ^ter bad @u(jett be« ^autitfo^ BiAKtttn 
föne ^ixfung biirt^ bie Üttrattion beä S^tbenfageS an«: 

If Aou beut he . . uho in the bappy reatms or Light Gloth'd «ilk < 
t r a n a c e n deM brightneu didst ontahtDe M^riada xboagfa teight! 
<Mii,T., F. L. 1, 84.) Madam, a< J am tba perton Ihat htn» he^ 
aome demandi npon the gentleman of thia houae etc. (Gou»*-, 
G. Nat. IL 3.); ttiomit man oti^ $artici)}iaIfon|huftii)nen »ergld^oi 

{ann mie; I am a man ander aulhoritv, haiting soldieri nnder ■' 
(Uatth. 8, 9.). 

SÜt aüere &i(fta^t I<^nt ber «ttralHni weniflet Beriet: Wtt ^'ow 
in he y that noght Am (Sik Amatia» S6S.). For / am A« Aat tajg)»; 
ä (TuWK. M, p. GG.). 3n ®£|^ icie: Ac y am baten ^n^on, Thal 
moey a mauage Aase y-don (Aus. 4I6G.). / am Moyiet tkat wak 
tbü bone (Cov, Mvst. p. 58.), ae bie (irfibilaHw Oepimmaiifl ein ffiaa- 
Rame Hl, erfi^nt bie »adEqie^mta auf bae Subjett fafl not^oei^, bt 
bie nibert «cfUimnuns nii^t btm Kamen, fonbem ber Serfon ongAM; 
tHl^e benftiben filbrt 
e. tAt 5tonflnte»i bed eiiij[dte« nub be9 ^rdbifote« imteritest Shtt^aift 

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pribifatiom €n&flantft>^ ^TVort'oUet RaitUtit IWfl^L 

<BlK BaKtuntiKiK J^ngntnuMarke bic UcbnemfliBnntnig ber.3a^ 
inm, M.gtaOt« nnb aw^, ^jit^tlic^ be« StAftmit), UeM ^$c$< 
t(< Mit fcan-€ta6{tftc tmou^t^m. S)ie8 iß iiAc^ itt^ riifmal M 
'ftt^mtmamta , nod) joniigtr 6ri ©«(ganten anb Htptrfftn burt^ 
WtS«, ba bieff fl(^ iiti^ Derfd^etjeaartigen ©ubjfftett 311 fagtn wi> 
nSgtn, tee^al^ nur bie ßon^mcnj i>tS ^aüti fitriß Meibt- - 2)le 
Si^ac^^tit bn ^^fotm bed ©u&jcfted unb ainti piäbitolitim Srafiii' 
jmig Jot boä Sn'glijiit ttu^i ttiS anbete @)iiac^en in ber ffot^iniRton 
ta @a^ vectilslif^ gefnnlHn. SOiaS tie $etfui beS Bnt^ortt« 
tdnfft, fo mug i^e oft Sit sl^iS)U&&st ^ngrittiij mit ton ®u&idttt 
nb bn ptäbtlaliben ^efltimnuiig abgeben. ' ' 

"SA Ortmbcttet htS ^ff^^ ijl, bag Ue Stt6alferm ftj^ tait 
bot gnimnatif^en ®ni]tttt in üebereinflintRiung tr^aSe, o^itt 
ÄB(ffi(^t anf bie BeigegctienEn ptattfatiueii Sefilmmungen. 
i)2)itf gilt jimäil^ß ffii perfBiiU^^e <£äge, cblvo^t uic^t i>^iie![it«> 
nannte. 

For I ton'aü thi kiAjkU thkt yoii Ii«ve'(SBAKaP., Teaip. 1, 2.). 
äke Umf goodtf mf ckattil» <Tamiag 3 , 3.). 3to> to me art aU 
tlmgt ander Hcit'd (Milt., F. L. 1-2, 617,)- '* W>t My reiuM 
ofi tkae poven ia- oaei (Pon, Emaj on M. 1, 83^.) For «0 ü 
nmb st rapdom thrown,. Black toavet, bort oraeka uA baiit of 
rtou (800XT,. LoEd of tbe IiL 3, HO-' I>*rk antlmwitel . i7%m 

' Üail be eoait of fire to thOBO tUt tut« theo (Bktamt.p. '95:). I 
perceivo you arp ;oM! of tbe nikri agkinti vhat m tmüd the foU 

. JKt of high Ufa (BODKCio., Losd. Aammcs 3.). m af».a ECho- 
far, I «Bsnr« ttee (Ben JoiM,, Foetart. 3, 1,). Cuth» art a kimd 
•f fnfr» {Bort:, Hnd. 3, 1, 919.), Hü pirfnei «wr« *£t "pride 

, (Cowp.'p: 40.).. FooJ» D« wy.^A«»« (Btr. p. 311.). TÄej rhaä 
k One ^A (Mut., F. L. 8, l??.). Ettch «ex A^'uea alike tili 
Am ort ose (Föpk, Ea»y oa M. 3, 12'2.). 

Sä ber .3iu>exflon b<« ©it^eä nnb titr t»äbtlatiben Sefünt' 
mag uxrti jdD^ M äätnMtt ^ftei mit bei le^tereii in lUbrfin- 

., Sinanraga^Ot, «Bn»^ te .bitoditti jMwifd^ biäbm mag, iDä> 

.^ ^ MKlTlen /^B^odibai atS »o« ^tSbibtii» aiigu^i^ Iß. 

Ow /raighl it Gtmmm, Tto-*», and ^JWci Afoor» (Mäw.., Jaw 
of H.'Sf 3.). 'The rogged morintain'B ecantj cWo* Wo* AeorftA 
linte of bi«:h and oük (Scott, Lady of the L. 6, 2.). Hnf pay 
k Jort ia» »terling pomd» per sheet (Bth. p. 313.). 0»r' iVteMe 
■ ilan^oä; «müaion on emieBton of psper-mone]' ^iAin.., Fr. 
Ba». 3, 6, 6.). The aAHliom to »he party at Mr. Whütoo'i lable 
wu only ttref (Coop. , 8py 5.). 'It was a ftvouriW maiini wjth 
htm, that tta latt Üiäu/ death aRsailed vnu tht ryis (-9.). H'^^f I 
nywt prize in iroman Ji her afftctiom, not her iotellect (LoffJF. I,, 
199.). »LUV yow detira^ (Mari,., Lual'a Öomin. 4, 4.), SS^ 

«601 e. «1. 

«her «u^-o^ bWt anWtjfen: fle&t ba« 3eJäi»tt itflMitm im. 
(Enttittge wtt'-bfr'ijrflMbtiBin öejSSmumg: ',.^. 

Bat now, t»M> pate» Ot Um tOmt *at(b Ä «»1» «nObgh(3WAW»',' 
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I Henry IV. 5, 4.). hj my nlonr. ./orly yenb ir • gaod düUmct 
(Selerid., Riv. 5, 9.); »»^M moti <tu4 rt^nen tnact; 3Ve> w JW 
/rc( betwsen tli« mouths of jour pütola ti bi good bb a m«i( (ib.), 

no fcad ferner ße^en^ ©uBtlaiitio bie Ktitaltion auM6en aMg. 

3)tt fiangructii bM 3tit»oi:te« mit bein SubjefU iß fei' fii^n Seit 
bic (Stunbnetl; tllte- Ffor aM vxa felawi» and ffelafrichepe (DcnM. dt 
B:cB. 11. p. S.)- ^'"' ''^^ ^ furuke That oo Oodaiane tnu jMrwnyt 
tAr«« (Cov. Mybt. p. 191.)- 'Thiit on u (Art I ksonot Ibinko (ib.). ^oOI- 
IT« riniuisnn an JJlmahhtij Qodd Ännd ainsdenn {lohli Jn-e« htdeit 
(Oe>l. ID988.). Bd^ nimdtnn cm (10984.). Sgf. Ta tind AbrahimH 
«<mj (A.-3. Hoioi.. JJ. 63.). 0e <y>u{ eoidan «eoA (Math. &, 13.). (?e 
«ynd middttDK«ardei MAl (B, 14.). Q« nndon dvtt (8. Gorst.. <.). B 
tmd«n eolla gollce mihtige, and aaTre AI ^rif an Ood iintMcl«dEG 
(A.-S. HoMji.. II. 4S.). 

Snbtverftite finbct ab« aui^ fi^on bic SttratttDii bei 3'>*Wo^ ^"^4 
bie lirfibifatiM «tfliinmung (latt. aitt. 3^ »cAwn ibat xal be joor feä 
npon, /« not Bllyi but exavmpgl of vertuis levfng (Cov. Mtsr. p, SfS.); 
UDmit man Bat. The rtde hnygM and ihe mhyte yt <mi (Irou. 1019.). 
ägl. Gyf ]>&( loiAt f»e OD |ic yB tynl p^tru, hä mjcle beod [>& {i^Hra 
(Math. 6, 23.). Syt mele vät gäntapan and Tudn-banig (3, 4.) (Hii 
meat mu (oinUtt and wild honey). 

Xias brnicnftiätibt Uoi bot als @ubieft ficM ba« SSnfr tu bn 
britlen !i3«rfi>n bec ffiinifl^I frei R*. 

O my g«iii)iB, ü fAot yo»^ (Goldsm., She Stoops 3.) h iJut 
yw, HaniiAh? (DicniM, Nickleby 1, 5.) Wo (An ein ]}räbitatit>d 
©ubflantib eintritt, ftnbtt bie Vthattion brt ©ubjeßtd imd) jeod 
fiath Tkeu *re thy magniße dtedt (MaT., P. L. 10, 354.). 

Utb« btn aiUtts eiKa^brau^ f. obnt S. 18. 

Sinn ftrenatn aiamnotifini SencH^it nubt^it bie Vanxnbmg «M 
/riendt ale (iTfibiEattMT ^eßimmuiifl icl einem SubicEt im Singntoi: 
/ am good friendt vfiLh my falber (Shaubf., I Henry IV, 3, 3.). ComCt 
VU be frUndi with thee, Jack (II Beniy IV. 2, 4.). /t Warvjieh fiioA 
with Margaret? (HI Henry VI. 4, (.) Aro yon ther wonnded? 0, i« 
friendt with me (Coleb., Picc. 2, 7.) ba^ au^: J tviU hold fiiaJi 
wilh yoQ, lady (Shaebf. , Mach Ado 1, 1.). Set Sutbrud ba (riciidi 
with one ifl in nlhtli^ 3)ialtften , j. 8. im Stawn Süaleft, ttic im 
6<4otttf4cn flclSuflg. £n @iunb b« flbiTTung in ben ^tal liegt ii 
bem mit with angefagtnt ^tennworte, obet in Ut SnlkilKning btr in 
giennbff^ft nat^tvenbigen aUebija^I baa Snbibibutn. 3»« atttr la 
ganneln bleibt oeif jn nfeTfi^ 
b) 3a unpeifSnlidfeu SäQen im meitefleu ©inne folgt im 92(ii> 
cnglifi^en baS 3^'t^°<^t M^ ^^^ grammalift^en ©ufritÜe, Icie ani4 
immer eine präbifaüoe ^eflinimung im ®a^e frcf^ffen feiu »ag. 

So aow il wat not you that aeat me hither bat Goil (Gex. 4E>i 
6.). It ü my Orders to you, that jaa publiah tbeee bans na non 
(FiKLo., J. Andr. 4, 2.). 

liebet bie älteren &ie^ B'^rifl'" Sormen I- ©. IG, 

Äongruenj befl ^räbitate« im jufommenaejoflenen ©aje, 
unb flfret^autJl in Sejie^unß anf mel&t o(a eiit ©ufrjttl. 
ESenit bajfelfre ^räbitat auf mt^r oI« ein ©ubjelt ju (tji^en i^ 
fo i|l tVilä nur bie Bot^Uoru, l^etld attc^ bie $eifonaifarm be« 
aemetnfmen ^läbitatAOcrfr in Selra^t ju )ie^ett. 



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t) JM fxiWateonb ß(bf in ber aSc^rja^I, locnn mt^Tm SnS' 
jefte at9 ttiie flnja^l nnterfi^iebener Oiibioibuen in einem 
Bllni gemeinfoinni ^rdbttate jutantniengefa^t werben foDen. fSi 
wrpetit fid), baß eü fw^ Bcfonbert um (Innutarift^e ©ubjefte ober 
nn bie Sertnütifuna uon i>IuraliF4en mit (iitgularift^cit ©ubjeften 
^beit, ba ):!uTaIif{^e @ubjefle allein flSer^aupE leine SBo^l bn 
3tit»ori8form [äffen toflibeii. 
ii) SRe^iere Subjefk, tcel^c im lo^JuUtiDeK Ser^ItmlTe jn ein> 

anbei ße^en, fönnen 
<ut) bntc^ and »ergunben auftreten. 

Haooe amd tpoil and rui% are my gain (Milt., P. L. 2, 
1009.). 7^ voiee of lingiDg and Ihe »prighüi/ eord Are ai- 
I«Bt (Cowp. p. 186.). His /aM«r aiu^ motker wtrt long daad 
(Kavamaoh, Frencb Womeo of Letl 14.). The libtraUts and 
gratitude of tbe Nomian lotre fu remarkable, ai thon virtuea 
an nioaTly foahd to be in great men when thef give awsj 
«bit b«long« lo otber peop]e (Dickgkb, M. Chmilew. 1, 1.). 
TIe hegaaimg of ioiuq and eni of othen have. been sapplied 
^GOTT, L. Minitr. I. 65.>. And oü and vater — wman and 
a »terel — Are hottte properties (Bulw., Biehel. 1, 1.). 

S)kfe abbltianclc 3<tfittnmenfi)T(ung »erfi^ltbentr Sutjette hn ^Jrit" 
bitntt ip aßen 3«ttn sonetn, ottto^I Äbwei^unflen ber Bittren Seit 
in »titertm Umfange ange^Sren; f. 0). Bgf. Biddad Drititen l)ät 
kii fmnorrSda and )iw Aa^ot ^ctcm (Eion. 9, !8.). Jfon'a owi 
Martha varrm tfä gesTjitrD (A.-S. Bduil. I. 130.), Se JVlder, 
dtu2 le Sunu,and teSälgaOäit, habbad kne GoäetniinjsK {1. 278.). 
S9t0n>ei(en lommt' e^ bor, bag ein nur einmal gefetjle^ Sau)]b' 
awrt in ber Siiija^, tatlä^ti Bei einer anbertveitigen @ef)im> 
mung »erf^TOieflen ifi, »cn bem ^tural beä äEittborte« 6e^ei> 
ttt wirb- 3)ie« taii« naliirlit^ nur ba flef^e^ien, »o bie »er- 
F^ebenen Seflimmungen beffefBtn $au)itn)orte« mei^rere ®u&' 
jeite ttDrauäfcQen taffen. 

Mif quarrti, and lAis EngUsk quem's are ona (Sbaebp., 
in Henry VI. 3 , 3.). Dryden and Rowe's tnanner are quite 
ont of Auhion (Golmh., Vic. IB.). 

Wie. And pe iyng qfJenuaUm, ifi iff Damaue al v>, Oadtrtde 
M gr«! potr, *» hii (nyjM ito (El. op Gl. II. 403.). 
W) obrr bie ©uBjelte fielen afi)«be(if*^ neben einanbcr. 

T%e grape, tke rose reneto Tho juito nectsreou«, and the 
balmy dew (Popk, Eaaay on M. !, 13ö.). EarUi, Oeeait, Air, 
have nouglit *o »hy Hut owns tha power of minatrelsy (Scott, 
Lord of the lal. 1 , 2.). Meanwbite Thcodric . . explored the 
Und Where Noftire, Freedom, Art emile liand in band (Th. 
Campbell, Theodric). The tramp of borae«, the Masl of b 
trampet, xere heard {Bdi.w., Rienzi 5, 3). Together let ni 
beat the ample Seid, Try what the open, what the eovert yield 
(Popk, Eaaay OD M. 1, 9.). Firrt ymr privUrgei, then your 
propertg are fwopli awa; (Sdlw., Bienii 2, 1.). ^Cie Ofolirung 

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,;,,,,.; .tn @irt'i*e..6wfinW aa«riinfl«,bk «fjuiBfl^mt MifüJa« 
le^ff berfetben dUein: And in the midst I «tood, Wair]r:sid 

. .,; -^ ^ bind ,«4 facf to fapft wi»h on», iWboiw rwce, .wbo»« fti*t 

, ;, . di^eni^et lifa aad daalh (BpoEsa. It, An ,AdT«nt).. : .; 

!-^ @i9 geläufig ber SUtmt €^1«^ bit, a^iüitü^ 3>)U>ntntn|in]iBg 

iS, Jo Iß bD(4 bte 3u[ain)iicnfB|^ng bei 9üüm bu^ eix.^illtvififiicl 
Sab nt^t geWS^nlii^i Sgl. mbepnt ag], pä mirdoa Jiäaniai, 
Azatiat, Miiahei tA ^uqi cyninge (A.-S< Houil, IL tS.). 

'-■ yy) 3)it SKif^nno at^wbetiftet unb' T^nbttilH^ei tnrei' 

^ung folgt bet für bie feßtnre gelttnbtn JEegd. ' 

"'.'' l^y martial/iM*, Thj- Skpire, dynattjf md rnnke äoM fät 

the final itroke (Scott, Field of Waterloo 16.). Bi miagle 
bamier, wain, omd gtm. i'At. lö.); 
, .fii %a\^ibt ®eft4^piHlt (atm geltenb getniu^ nxtbta, toom tn 
..@n&KH bireifr bU $i䥫^oii •m'A mit einem ober mc^na 
I.. i. ©u^^utii^egriffen »erbunbeB »irb, toüä^ oIS unlerf^icbettt 
@iibjeltt nttt bem t^mewfamen ^rAbitate Milnfiy^ ju benlo 
. , . finb. 

OM ftr JoA» wtU Aa{/' « tJo^oi ntfrr, ore' Bt Ih» door (Shuip^ 

f I IfoniT IV. 2, 40- TA<? gwMn, intik dl JÄ« wM-Uorii tarü a»i 

1 Icr^, IbteniJ Ii«re to beaiega you in yoar oaü« X'^ Henry VL 

1, 2), FoHT poor ymtfiteptr, leilh all &w inrjre ,/fatu(y, srtt 

aince yoor diseanting lüm Atw« iv«a perishiiig (FiBLn,, T. Jon. 

8, »,). Tkt tide A. mtt the wide B aad C coMpow tbe triingl« 

. (MuHEAT, Gr.). 

3)iefe Jton^T^tion ift tiAfüiIk^ nut ba luKfflg, too tie €tti< 

fiantiobfQTifft in einem tD^iuIatiben Sir^filtniffc als SufijeFt gäs(^ 

»erbeh rennen-, fowie nur ba, too baB ffietb ten fo terbunbenen 

, ©ubPantiofcegriffen folgt Ober ettoa atten BorangeH niii^t xk itS 

ffierb einem jitigulatifiien ©utjette unniiftef6ar folgt, , 

Ht^nltd^ »iib bi(|eSerEtnbans[eitait^ei3eK^UttbeIt: Kit-BaUmd 

Courteheie, myd pe poer ^at nu "kj». And t>e erl of Flandre'i, iMre 

ysM M fie Est B»te ywfB (H. or Gl. II. 394.), ©attf, Hit i-lonp.. 

|at Öurmun^ «lüi Ai» iugedt morm swids bnda (Lajah. IH. IID4- 

' flgf. St fe6nd mid hit g^Stwn/eöäim |ii ufoD «f heoftmtn (Cbd«. 

. »06.). 

. , 2)ag [tbot^ leine Sßst^tDenbigfcit »orGegt vm bex SeiUiibnitg 

beä 3^''^°'^^ <"'( btm formen moaggeienben S^jeftt bef 
.. ^6^ abjiilcei^eii, berftt^t fl^ »n ftlb^. 

Ely vnik Bichmimd travbks me mar« near, Thtn BDckinghin 
Bt)d hi« ra»h-levi«d atrai^h (Shakbp., Rieh. UL 4, 3.). 7V 
mtprtt* hergplf, wi(A i<i«r molier Pritea, va» couderaned to eäü 
(Gibbon, Decl. 10.)- And Lttmox, vith a gaUaat bamd, Wdti 
bat thy Coming (Scott, L«rd of the lal 4, a.). 

Site. At MaUnubirie ^ hing viiA hü moder um (L^ct. IL SGS.}- 
^IBf. frennef mid hit /erde ve* bi-foren Beline (Lajah. L SSO.), 

v) Sßeim ein @a^ mit einem onbent in ber Sffitife jnfamfflnmejsflo 
ifi, bag baS ©ubjelt beS einen tntt eiaem cb« mt^rtren 
beS aiü>eien btin^ at ober gcisli^t^ Mt well at ))attt&fft i^ 
fff wirb boS oQcn gemdnfome .^r&btlfltSVeib bi^Ucifcii ix bei 



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From this gentle womta, wko, o* mytelf, aiid tie rett o^ tha 
fimify, «Adu( or/aU nt jom Service (Makl., Jew of U. i, 1.). 
üw tu(«r, u w<U of «jw«^, SAid Booby, art greaüy obli|^ to 
;r(n for the compftriaon (Fibij»^ J. Andr. 4, 7.), 

S){efe an ^^ nic^t }u lakefnbe, ttx fRtnjSflf^e» flonflniltini 
ifi bet Srrbinbiiiifi von Subjefttn bnrc^ comme, ainn que no^ 
fk^be SlttftinutttiKtfe iß intefTcn feiten UBb ttirb Jen nmcin 
wonmatitent aemiäbinigt. ©{tneinlriit unib näntli^ bad 3rit> 
ttnt mit bm Subjcltc bc« urfprün^ii^ $au|)tfa|c« in XUbef 
inifbBimuitg flcff^ 

Until A«r back, am KtU at gidtt, v?as lika to crack (Bm., 
Bnd. 2, 1, S5.). The Spk, at vitü at the Drama, U dirided 
mto trsgedj *nd comedy (Field., J. Andr. Fref.). HadrUf, ai 
«etf a« Trojan, ü recorded u diaputing in theae ezerciaei, the 
prize of Btrengtli and dexterity (Gibboit, Decl. !,)■ j^mo, oi 
»ftt OS Europe, teas dazzled by the power and glory bf onr ^- 
nnta (&1ACAUL., H. of £. I. 13.)- 7Ae oldtil, om iceU om O» 
«wr*(, taine Begiru to sür itaelf (Losqt. II. 61.), 

Zitr alttn eptaä)t tjt bif enlnflpfims Mn eubjtftcn in biefct KBcift 
tttng atUhif)0 ; boA Kgcgnct tnut biftMtlcti bei Aonfhnbion bc* tntt 
nson v>tu^°Ö< luiasinuugtloflflini S)lcbai{<4e« unb bcm ^Inol bcS 
3cittD»Itel: aitt. üf the chUd wer drede /« jond uj« tueU oi A« 
(Labut. U. 252.). €5. 6ii|jffl8"II8- 

}) €inb t>erf(^ebaie @utjette in bei Ginja^I bun^ er ober «or, 
nit Db« o^e bie flornlate either, or, neither, nor, »etbunben, 
fo ift eine gtoiefa^e SuffajTung entiBglit^t. i£A ßitncn nfimli^ 
bie einjelnen @u6iette, aui) toenn i^nen ein senieinfame^ $r£« 
bilat nui obUKi^felnb, obet mn bem einen mit Sn^fC^Ing bed 
onbeien jutommt, aH eine Snja^t von 3nbi)Hl>uen mit gleii^en 
frSbifate jupammengefagt meiben, cbev eS mitb btt anS* 
ft^Iiegenbe Statur berfelben in« ^Cuge gefaxt. ■S>ü9 it^tm, 
Mtvr4 ber Sineulai beS Beitmorted bebingt uitb, ifi aÜeibinge 
ba «ewS^nlit^ SoQ; b«6 ift auc^ bie 3nfaDtnienfäfTung ttrcüt 
ben ^luiiil n<dnentii4 iti S^ic^teni anjutreffen. 
m) Setfpiele mit bet 9)te^tja^I bed B^ttsorted fbib 6efcnbetS 
aeflatieer Art. 

So PAmAu, or sonie fnmdly Mute, Into niiRll poate song 
infaBS (BcTL., Hud. t, 1, 521.). Nor wood, nor tree, nor 
huth are tbere Her conrse to iotercept (Scott, Field of Wk- 
terloo 3.). Nor /(Wie, nor ftnce ort found (ib.). For ftere 
■or yno nor eypreu ipread their gloom (Th. Camfbqx, 
Theodric). 

3m aitfc 6eg(flnel bie 3u(flinnienf<tf(ung negdtlwi; ©lieber bisuetlcn; 
Soifter Oüdat, na Bede, no Henry of Buntynton, No WiUiam 
ef Mahieibiri, n« Pert qf Bridlynion, Writeß not in per boku 
of no kyng Athelwidd (Langt. L 25.). Sie 8{il<f6<)fc^int(| auf 
tülitmftiM ®iieb<r bnn^ plnraliMe glhwBiter fefelt tBtnfoIH r"" - 
Vor wBnns auf byttop, ofier abbod deyde in Engelond, ."- 
li her rentes ^ ^yng hnld in hys lionde (R. or Gi 
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152 II- Vi. racTt< u. ea^fllgims. I.Kbf^n. Siitf&Bnn^ I. Ccjlbl^. b. 6a|el, 

innftioRtn trat bicfci Suffalfuiig U»^I lange tatgcffa. 6. 6(t)< 
fügung. 
AI) 3>i< jtonftrultion mit b« Sittja^I brt 3«tii>ortrt ifl fc^ 
gt»ö^nli4 auA ba, wo gtaieinfam anfge^dbnie Subjettt W^ 
bie ^tfyc^^ U^aii tDcrbm IBnntni. 

; Af soiMi M ever jraw taaid vr jpow aa> britgt jan ward 
Aej *K «Om«, JOD mnat asy, A pox on'eml (Bnr Jom, 
Foeta*t> 2, 1-) For hbtst iü nj kettri or tar Bong on w 
Bweet, 10 ptm » •Inin (Tn. Mookk p. 1'76.}- Üof nmmr'i 
lomd, Nor nie« raptrcJ of «Uta, mowj Uido ought (Beh Jon, 
Foetast. 6, !.)• Since he, miicall'd the nionüng rtar, Vor 
■un BOT ,f!nul ia/& fallen ao tu (Btr-, Ode to N. B.). NciAcr 
Taylor nor dum äooNuiici cjipnu« to hm ■eiiod tke allonw 
(Lkwes, Q. n. 7.). 

mtt. WLen iyTig ofior «orf «ont gn him to wcorre, Qajk he 
loked in the iteoirc (Aua. 75.). It tfeilher Peitr the poitcr. Um 
Potil wilh bi* fauchon, That «ole defehde me Ihe dore (P. PLODuaa. 
p. t9Si). ^\%\. Net t>er ntimfter min n« iTtujf 'Lajak. L S71). 
I^f. Gif tfitoi- öilffe mag aide fremd» man fii tlde fortaet güdt 
(lam cjning CXX selU (Leoo. Cnut. I. B. 3S.). On heoftnan )■« 
itMoT im nS modSa hit d« /brnynuf (Maib. :6, 30.). 

•) SBmb du ntgatiBei @<tF mit dnem affirmatibcn in tet 
äBdfe jufammeRgcjogen if), ba§ ein ®u&je(t bttn anbertn mit not, 
nd not Bfigefftgt wirb, fo wirb jmar ba8 ^räbifat auf Mb» 
(oblDDl^C in entgegen gefegter SBeife) Eejogen, erf(^eint iebm^ li 
ba: Xeaet in ber j^ornt, »eli^e ber afflrmdtite ®afe er^ibcit. 
SHce iji natürlich nur ba Wa Sebentung, »o bie @ubiettt a 
Wtf^icbener 3ot>lfonn obet ^erfonalfmin anftcden. 

Virtur, not roUing tone, the mind maturei (YoVNa, N. Th. 6, 

773.). Okt own hcart, and not otker mm'« opinoni. Formt Dir 

trae hOBOor <Cdler., Wallenat. 3, 8.). llmgefe^ i^ ble Scjit- 

' bung fetttner: Htaven, and not lee, have aafely foiight to-dif 

{Sbabbp., n Henry IV. 4, 2.). 

S^tefe . iRnnitteHaie 3vfamnientüching tntatgeflaefettter Cni^tte wn 
Wvt^'ebcnn: ^aftlfDim ^äoX b« Slleren SfKto^e fremb ^n fein. 
b) 3>oti $Täbirat bietet baaegen bie Sinja^l, DKnn oM dnera foi^ 
(ti^ ober r^etotifii&en ©tunbe 6ei ben unter ein aemeinfamrt ?tfr 
bilat befaßten iSutjeften bie SorfleQun() einer URe^r^eit berfel^ 
in ben ^intergninb tritt, ober bie ©telluns bcd 3'<ttoorttl bicfem 
dn£ unmitelbare ^ejie^ung auf baS nät^flt ®iLb|e{t ^n geben gtag' 
Hri iji. 

a) 2)iefer 3^0 tritt ein, roenn bie betfi^iebeiien ©ubjelte, me^r ober 
toeni^er in i^tet 33ebeutun8 uerttonbt, «inen SlninbBtgrifi 
ober ©efammtbegriff n.it^ uerf^iebenen ©eilen barjiellen. 

Her joye and li/e i> gone (Gammer Gurtos's Nekdi.I 1 , 3.)- 
HostUiiy and civil tumnlt rtigni Between my conacience, and mf 
coasin's death (Suaksp.^ John 4^ 2.). Striousa^st amd ttal in 
nligioo is natural to the J^nglish (Tq,i,ot8on, Senn.). Tbc 
Fatiier, to wbom in Heav'n tnpreme kiigdoa tnd power atd glaj 
' I (MilT., F. L. e, mi.). Thia getdtd mUenomne. »ti 
t aid, Clittn what nera elae an nni^ersal shada (Com. 



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p. 98,}. Oor eoKteelion and brlrolhal not a very extraordinsrj 
ODe (BocBClC., Loud. AMuranca 1.). My hope and heart ia 
with thee (TBSKT8. p, 62.), ©o Ünnen «ui^ Strtbeflrifft jut 
Sn^t bn Gattung jufamnifngefaßt icerbeti: Tho partry and 
dojaenee of the ÄagaHtean a^ wiu agjiduoualy studied (Magaui^ 
H. of E. I. 9.),' fo »ie flu^ alt (li^ ^etctogeite ober entgefloi« 
6tf(?tt Beflriffe eine ®n^eit beS SufammengelSi&riaen Bilben tan» 
Ren: The blood and treasure that's laid oUt, /> tbrowD Bway, 
ud ffoa for BODgh« (fiüTt., Hud. I, 2, 519.). Tba,t i»ö and 
soßsy rwy* (Milt., P. L. 2, 495.). Da^« fBmieii aui) ©uB« 
ßonliiM bicfer 9rt in einem übjefliDfa^e fingularifi^ jujam* 
menecfagt VXfiltn: 1 «ppUud ihr »oaad, righl tmtt, and tovt of 
mrtte, v/äek appean through yoar «hole latter (Chatbau, 
Lrtt. 3.). 

nte. |ie Si«te age A tytnt via» trota a-an Rrste hder Adtm (R. o? 
Ol. I. 9.). Bys (royn ifi wi/t y* so Teble (II. 457.). EneyS and yeü 
aU Wa* in the Jewca (F. Pi.dugru. p. S38.>. Bothe fruim and 
trttft in tk« ü ftwnüe (Cot. Myst. p. >R4.). Hard7 ü his ßaeh 
mnd Uod (Aus. 8009.). /«rMo^ffm and fA« croy« U lora (ßicH, C. 
DB L. 1S51.), Äe TOT |>« coifej of Ronceitre, (t jS« toune al »o, Id 
>c byw^B poar imm (R. or Oi. II. S8T.). .Bort onij iyn^, Trith 
A bUer, TT» «antnd andur ths -wnVet (Ai.ia; 4864.). ^albf. P<e 
>«( b«r MTjB nnd miehei car€ {L^i^.x. 111. 176.). flgf. JF^n (äcf and 
Mi» ra$d y ivjda gedrafed (Ps. S, 2.). Qif m «eortbcipe and n 
tnetald ignet ^ooces gCd tare (Bobtb. IG, 3.). peth heoia mäd and 
heora geci/nd tte &dimmnd (24, 4.). 
. #) Snui eine 8fei^ Bon ©u^etteii eilte auffleigenbe Sinie biE< 
Iti, fo (eonftmii^ bad le^te »atfttüc^ Boijug^eife iat dnteteffe 
■Hb ^ftimnit bit ^äMfoHfonit. 

Mjr pmrtt, ray eoffer, nnd myaelf i* tkine (Marl., Jev of M. 
3, 4.). Lol fii^f onrf Blotmjield, nny, & groaler far, Gifford 
■ff« bora ben«ath an adverse Star (Btk. p. 32G.). %e^i(^ 
ictitt ein bie bevange^citben ®ubje{te unifaffenbe^ @abittt in ber 
Snjd^: Her taifflia and dorne», her court — ii there (Btr., 
Piririna 10.). — ®(ei(^lDo^( pnben ji^ auit XbiDtit^imeni, »o 
kie 9efamtnt^il nte^r al« tat te^te @IiA berüiffic^ttet i^: 
What a aerane Hod benltfafal ckeerfuhte»», nay what a qnick and 
rigODOna zeMt of life, are glowingty risible in all (Bdlw., Student). 
äommr, jmttiot, rtligion üself, vere derided by tbeee profligate 
wtBtebM (irCDbCOGB, Gr.). 

tnt JhmgmetQ bes ^^Ittorte« mit btm le^itm Sutjefte bei einer 
Slima; finbet ^i^ )u aUen 3titen ujicbec. 
>) Uie @teDitiig be9 B^itwOTteS Bor einer Steige »bn ©ut« 
jeften wirb ^änpg bie Sernnlaffmig bnä' Sf''"""^! "lit bem 
■ eisten betfeCben in Uefierdnftiinniung ju fs(jen, 6efoiibera toenn 
biet oK bo« brtentenbere erf(!^n( ober »jon ©^non^men teglei« 
let if) (f. a), aber au^ o^ne bieft ®rllnbe. 

So dolk the prmee of Hell Jnd hit adierent» (Hilt.; P. L. 10, 
G21.). 'nenca to the Und irhere ßoas Ganpe» and Indut (9, 
81.). BlMved t* Ae tcomfr tbit bare Aeo, a«< fA« papt irhicb 
lion bait lucked (Lkkk 11, 27.). Ii viftue, then, and pUty the 

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' Bame? (Younö, N. Th. 8, 691.) Sir, here halh heat ^eaebm, 

and k» daaghter Foll; (Gay, ßegg. Op. 3, 1.}, Saei paa AI- 
ggraoon Sidnei/, Ludhvi, and olheri (Chatb«M, Lett. 11.). For 
irid« u heiu-il lie Ihundrring fray, The rout, tie mii, Me, ditmaj 
(Scott, War-Song of Lachlan). . How dost? and how deet 
Fhrio aad Füippo? <Leigh Hont, Leg. öf Florenca 1, 1.) 

3)ae Sltcnglifi^c, tnd^ doi einem ^liualifi^ 6u(j|eltt bit Wav^ 
b(« ^''(^''0'^^ t" f^ci «Tdxnbtt, ift (ttc ootüdj^ Ku^ iniitba i» 
fltJBlunaen: There miw joye <ß Wit»e iopn fB.' oi Gl, IL 400.). [>er 
Kot emttek ä: crie (L^i.vut. II. 244.). jMre tciu by kyng Wjllam«'* 
d«j' worre Ä »onoe ynou (R. or Gl, M, S7*,). And bofhe flüi wer«n 
u liehe, y wyi, Ab <nu i3ir jlmtfown oihI Sir Xntü (A». a. Amd» 
250.), ^aTbf. To ^sa kingn aa* Ibrobt Jonun ^s witia «t «eq^t« of 
hU iaeren (Lajah, H, 241.). [)a fpoM Angel Jie king ..and atod appes 
an« boQcke & beien hii broitrea, [lat mM XoC and OUen, twka 
iwide adele mea (11. 63G.). Süchte iß im Stgl. (feaSbitliil^ec nie bttft 
ffitTtfltaung uttb SonftTuftion: Ne beliTjlfan mag ha^va oml «orde 
hia TuLJrei vard (C«[>ii. 335Ö,). H«r it vudu md f§r {Qja. 89, 87.). 
Hirn Da« geli(K ger^e hü vintirt and Au nldre (Judig. 3, 15.). 
BSr con .di^iMfinui and Aü gefiran tä Bn^ä.- lande (Sax. Chr. 591.). 
And /ir öodram, and Oicytd, and Anvitid o! HnOpedftia t& Gnnle- 
brjrcge (875,). P& artdtnarodv te VUdörn naA »ei Cfeteaädvtmui 
(BoKtR. 14, !.)■ Sg keö and Mre bwm Jiu hUford» (Leoo. £lph. 11.). 

[tttt ^ei itii^t UitgtlDE^ntii^ : Care onlf leoitM, and moplug pt»- 
maitt» (RowB, J. Shore 2, 1.), 

Site Kyng Steatne..gan nende. And fie eri^iebt/tiop orCanter- 
bnr«, d Pe A«xt fif t>e lond >k m (R. or Ou U. 440.). Sgl. Sri na 
f§r dSd and Haler and »a and aar^e, aad manega bdra geaee^ia 

iBoBTH, 21.), 3e Ofniag geljfde pi od Ood, and »ai hia Alr£d 
A.-S, HuuiL. L 128.). . 
)) ^olgt bae Beittsoct bem legten ©ubjette, fo uii» bis iätt&i^ 
ttQBtia btö juletft gtHavnten ©Egenßottbed, oft lüfnt tcdtöre (cfou> 
beve ^nonlaffung, Der ©niub jurfiongnuni beS^Stfiated mit 
bemfelteiL 

Go irhith«r Arte anä InclinüHim atrong Leadt tbfi» (UlLT., P. 
L. 10, a6b,). Aod tht ßaa imd tie bwiey «wf BmitMn (Exod. 
'J, 3L), In nbich Ike lüy and tht rofe, For India* lake and 
ceruae ffcr« (BuTL., Hud. ^, 1, 607.), Tie pngrttt md ftfMM- 
menl of the chriatinn religion wat faroiued awl astiated bj five 
priacipaL cause» (Gibhom, üecl. 10.). Sudf ^itv bmt, toie niu^ 
einem ^ßluraE, tine Slttraftion it9 ^titmiyüte lata) eine ))t&bi' 
latiiM i^imiiiung in bei Sinjo^t fiatt finben: Toar fat kiag, 
aad yom- lean beggar, U but vaiiabk terviee (Shakbp,, llainl, 4, 
3.). Ptaee aad eileem ii ail that ag« can hope (YoDNg, N. Th. 
5, 657.). To ioferiors, ganllentii, eondemention, amd afabüitf, ü 
tue onlj dignity (Chatu., Leu. &.). Hct ei^ojmemt, tmd agf 
torrom, h aat daatined ead or loajr (Lokof. I. 6.). 

StU. S'opjK, and rugge, and troupe, and cor», Ii lemblsbel to an 
hon (Ai-TK. i.186.). 3m agj. tDOI bitft SoTtMwfl M S^sS^ci 
Sonftniltion im emtjen b« fütnm gall: Bim on iftite fitl kMBc 
tÜMorv aad ted *led^ haii, utnod tämrorbt, on Sennar »tö3,'(fläa»L 

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ItiS.]. Sdtiree and bSmet and opm fi^d, abere mord and M^ötd- 
fclM ifUr Tsrnldlaga U bötleis (Lego. Cm-r. I. B. 61.]. 
tüfldfl^i^ bcc Dei:f(^iebeneil gTanmatift^eti ^eifonen im to)>u> 
ktbtR Ser^äÜniffe aemeinfanteu $i2bilaue i^ im SQgtudnot gtt 
\mrAa, tag bie ^e^rjal^l beS ^eituwrteä in ber äSeifc eintritt, 
i^ lax bdtti Bufanmentreffcn bcr crflcn ^crfon mit anbeten 
jränaoltff^ $eifoBen bie 5IReI;rio^l in bet etjien ^etfun, 
Hguen Kim 3u((i»intei>tTeften ber jtaeiten mit ber britten $erfon 
ti( Ketriiitjt in bei j^oetten v^^^fon ju benfeii ^a&en, toenn* 
gl(i4 bit Sct&olformen biefl ni(^t ju Berrat^cn berm&gen. 

Cbcb, OUT boy, and I, poote wench, Aave feit it in our bonei 
(Gamheb Gukt. Neei>le 1, 3.). Now couU fiou onif I rob the 
lliierw [Sbaksp., I B&ary IV. 2, 2.). Badmona O'Neiilel mre Ihou 
■^ i «Jona .. (Scott, Bokeby 3, T.}. And you und I viere oll klone 
(Texkts. p. 90.). ¥ou aad I are dd (p. 2GT.). % 'oos tad I, 
tat aäm rtay, within a rayrtl« arboor toy (Tu. Moorb p. 163.). 
Sbee loM idkJ jkw or« iia«r related (p. 100.). 

Bnbeilen ri(^tct fii$ inbe[[en baS nae^folgenbe ober eoianoe^enbe 
ädÖBcrt nai^ bem ndi^fien ©ntiefte in 3at>'f*"^™ ""* ^erfon. 

Botb dtath and I Am found otenud, and JDCorporBte both (Milt., 
!. L 10, BI5.). But I deny they are the lame, More than a mag- 
f* md I am (Butu, Hud. 1, Ü, 1275.). How dost lAou and thy 
■Wa- igree? (Shakbp., Mereh. of V. 2, 2.) How ogreta tke dttU 
ad lirt? (I Henry IV. 1, 2.) And thMt am I, and thou, and oB 
*■ ioMe (Byk., Mar. Fal. 1, 1.). 

3D_bie[er3fieife foigl im btSiunltiben unb abberfatiben Sex» 
iäsjd\[t tai ^ntamü bem te^en @u^ielEte: I or thou art to blame 
(Mdmat, Gr.). T, or thou, ar Ae, » the author öf it (ib.). Not 
JUm tnl, iHl l/ioa hadtl been my lord (Rowe, Fair Penit. 3, 1.). 
iloll, b*t doK, bis blood dost shed (Byr., Paris. 12.). UeSrigenS 
Üfit H im bieinnUiKn SSerBSItnifTe iioä ^u\amttttnflo^m beibet 
»4i*t leicht »ernttiben, »it in: Or Bertram raws or yoa (Scott, 
Bokehy 2, 24.). 

6d gemeinfam betueinttn Sd^en «nijfiel^lt fii$ bie SRt^rja^E 
M Strb; Nor yo« nor your houae viere so auch as spoken of (Ben 
JoM-, Poetut. 2, 1.). NeilAM- yau «or I are in fsclt (H'Cuu.oob, 
Gr. p, 134.). 

1)k BBfotmnentaffmtg to|niIatiB ongerei^, »rrfc^icbcnct ((tiintmiitJfAei 
ttlnm burt^ ben $Im:aI be« Stitnettte tft bei aitt|lnt Seife gemag: aite. 
Mittat mjf felotca tmd I teyghe that (Maumdkv. p. B4.). Ye le Ihat I. 
^k <w freod (TowB. M. p. 46.). agl- /e ond wte/ofc »ynti M«ifM 
(EiOB. 9, 87,). ptn fader omd ie i&rigeiide {>« tSA/wi (Luc. 2, 49,). le 
lil tieSea twt ^{ and ptn fole na git e6y Drihten ne oadradad (Eson. 
!, H.). !&ic Sntnüpfung btfl £cr6 mft etntr bev $crfanen ergab fi(^ ^ unb 
H all «otMI^: alte. Thmi tchaü be wrapped, and (ky meyni (Hich. C. 
n L. £894.); mtriaT tn: How / and tche dolh, Qod hymself kiKxifTÜie 
^OT. Mtst. p. 74.). 

6*i>«S** mag to^ tn Serwt^fetenfl btt ?!etfenatfotm(n nnb inm 
JWtti 3a^lfcitnen be« 3eittMrtefl geba^ »erben, »el<5e nomeatli«?-*« 
w lirtettB SstUf^k^tc «btt^ flettwben ff»; J fore» to he« him ring 
(muml, 8he Smoi« t.), J dew notUDg bit mr dm? (O. Hat. U 8.).- 

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1 (OuKr., '[■KUX KUled 1, 3.). T/um to my bssnl tnu boU U hj 

■ «c (BuTi,., Hud. 1, S, 10«4,). 3)w germ wai fflr bie fietitt ^njon M 
I ^Inral ^ot P^ lettfl in rtlertr &p1)Sxt lingebörßert: Wd jon aea SirLmäai 
. «hile y«u wo« oui? (SimnD., Bir. 1 , 2.) Yoti mai »».fm^ th*t Hia 
I UcItIUb tiai b«*n v> esceediogi? weil (S, 1.). When ynt uxu "Sqülra BtlBdd'i 

printipal Uiunt ( Cuhbebi^ , Brothen 1 , 1 .). Yoit teal Ijfn '■ bwt of Iifte 
\ (Fiu.D., J. Andr. 4, 1.). Wat fou diatrsoM, Flon? (Un. Cnrunii 
Wender 2, 1.). The pleaiors of bcwing tlut ym mu well (Cbatr., LcA 
18.). If yvu mu to hear bim talh (Coi'p., Sp; 11.). 1 koe« yau Mt 
here (Oxknf., Twiee KiUsd 1, 3.). ^n ®ttD« »if: Ai lars u egjl it 
' eggt, Äe bridegroom and ehe had n miff befure' moming (Goldsm., G. nW 

■ M. 4.) barf man b« ^turalt «ht ftoffli* nc^mni, (c bag bcr 2B«ttiri 
' alt fol^n in Crtrai^t tommt; in btefn auffaffung tann Itbtc I3ert, M 
^ jtt« @a^, nlfl 6ngul« bftiac^ttl iMtb». Utlncignifl bgl. flbn ia tmb m 
, obot 6. 141. 

Z)tt SnBc4[cInnB b« ^SUpena^tmitn btl 3tit»HM f<4nut hi bnti sidM 
Solle alt^ng(ica<4t: SCIU. /am best oCjon alle, r^ «let hat bm>e (Tovm^IL 
p. 150.). J hare yoa laids and fit diM noi> (p. 390.).. So la; 1 jU ul 
abj/dei therby For evermora (p. 2£6.). 2%ou of myghl u mut (p. Sil.). 
Son (Äou Gud 11 (p. SIS.). a)t((( gptmwrtauf^uiiflni unttirj^ben B4 w 
' Sftnnt Serfinbcninscn, icie ). 8. bei Stocrfune b<« t in bcv jlshtm fnfn 
* bet Stnja^, nel^t f^on im ^atbf., b<i Lajamon, unb im 9ef., wie ifta 
t im Cod. Exon., »oilatnmt, unb fiiib bieimcbi al« Unfonelt^iten )u btjflftitii 
iMl(^c enDU^Icrighit Aber bie UtiUrfc^ttbe bet ^k^on »oTonafr^. Ki 
: 6ltiila; tann i^ Scrlntuns fo nrniig flbtme^ni aM i^ic SfR^Ügtlg 
na^Oxifen. 

II. fbit abnttbialm Sa^ießinunnngtii. 

; ^a I&ätifltti«6eßriff lantt in fl* obßeWtNfl«« ba« ^übilot «tf- 
miu^en, bo^ ip er oud) objcftiu teeitci fttfUmmbor. S)ie X^Sttghtt 
lanti natüili^ iniui^atb Ui än\ad)en ®a^tS nac^ t^ec (Srft^inuiq ia 
ffiaum unb 3'i^ D>'C >i<>4 ^c»i @cunbe unb btc Sßeift i\fca 
Qiff^eiiiURfi burtf) ergänjenbe ober eTtseitembe Seilimmimgtti t^anAm' 
firt nei:ben. S)iefe Sefltin munden, toeldje ^i) im SEQefentfic^tn an bil 
Verb anlegen, Uerben aboerbiale iSefiimmungen genannL: St fli^ 
bU ßafuS befl ©ubflanliobegtiHca, fo aie bie burc^ $i5pofiti.i)n« 
Ktittz beflimmteu Sa^aä, tie ä)ttttdfoiinett beä ^titUoTted' unb tii 
Äbuetbien. 

SEbberbiale @t|^ immun gen finb mijt ft^lti^t^in auf bie Snlc^niiad 
an ba8 3"twrt befdjräntf; fle (ommni an^ bem DJenniDorte in ra^ 
Tcteii 9ejicl)un^en ju. <Bit tönnni ftd} fowctil nn baä tirSbifatioe ^aa- 
nott, »elcbed ut ben ÜTIiätigTeitSbeflriff icS ^rätKatcS mit aufgeiiomnua 
i^, a\9 an dm attritutrue ©jcfeeftimmung auffliegen, »el^e bie ?rä' 
bidniim Bon einem Siibjette ju i^rct SBorauSfeftung l^it, Kit fit flict' 
^aupt iRctetVllen Jutontmcn Bnnen, iselt^e, alS aüS bem 2!t:rM6tanli< 
abgeleitet, ben S^atalter benelben in groierer ober gcringewi JS«t^ 
booatrcen. 

iBei bec (Erörterung biefer £e[)immunge» nirb biet i^rei SerbiB' 
bung mit. Sub^ntiocit mdfi in boOem Umfange g<bacQt; infafem nSsf 

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^ titfc a!»tnaf)fung btti (j[^araIteT. tiner attr!(utiDcn SETcitninunfl ^ 
GöfmitiB annimmt ober onflreifl, ioirt tiefeltt in bem Hbfi^nifte Don 
bci| ittributiiKit HHl) abnominaltn St^tmmungtit näfftz betrod^tet! 

])ic ?t^rt Kon' ^fn ffafaS ber cngllfc^tH @|>Tac^t, iufimeil tiefe 
lii^ iarif )Mä|wf{ttonaIe Umfi^rnbungen refegt flnb, ton benen bei btn 
ftljiffitiDiim bie SRebe [dn wirb, btfltfift neben bern bflrftigen Mepe 
rin« obMibialm ©enittü im SSefentli^n ben Objeftatafita, ietU 
^ t^erriif^ m^ ben ©ai^afne ton bem ?erfonttifafu8 (ben OTiu 
jilii BDm txa'a) ittm 3:^ei( unterft^iben IS^, obtoo^l bit Sßoitfonn 
<iihi folc^ Unferitljifb nii^t tnc^r an bie $anb gicbt. SDen agf. Oif 
Mnmtalid ^( b<e' @)}rai$e fiü^e burib |)rS)>Dfi1iDtiaIe Unift^reibang 
trfqt. 'iDer 9icminatiti ge^irt ni(^t in biefen Sreie; er ifi ai6 Subjett 
' nt ai« pribttntiue Seftimmung bereits in Setrotbt sejogen. 3)et Co« 
Iftio, (ignitli^ anfeer^Ib ber ©atoertinbung fie^enb, ttie in bet gotm 
ntmntlii, nug aber in [^«ta(tif[()et $tinfl(^t pier junäi^fl feint ©teOe 
jnleii, infofem er ll$(T^au];t ncd^ eine Sejiebung objeftit^er Statur b. ^. 
<in 9(jiigna^me iie9 auSgeftiro^nen So^eS auf eine $eTfo» ober @d^e 
nip. 

©er ^oratio. 
3» angelffit^fifcben nie im Kltnoibif^en fiel GereiM ber Solatio 
■il im 9tDtninalii> ber ^orui naäf jiifammen, biä^renb bad @Dt^'f4c 
W« JafnS im ©ingnlar ttenigfienS ba unterfftieb, wo ber 9tominatiu 
in 9tpt)i]ii)tS s Ifattt, toetdieS im 3!oIatiu abfiel. !X)en Sofatic ma^t 
•l* !«i^i l^eil«- bie, Suafi^eibung aufl bem ^ufaninwn^ang ber Mebe, 
Wä ttioa eine beigefügte Ontcrjeftion ertennBor. 
l.®et SofatiB bient im aitgemdnen jur Snrebe, jur 9?entiung ober 
Bejrii^nuna ber ^etfon ober be« perfonificirten ©egenfianbrt, an 
■riiie He Sebe gerit^tetüt. 

Thon bring'st mo happlnesa »ai pence son John (Shaesf., II Henry 
ff' 4, 4.)- ThOu muat hava patience, Henry Marlon (Scott, Old 
MortiUty 22.)-' Man.' know thyself (Yocxo, N. Th. 4, 484.). I 
We doDe nothing, Sir, that BhouM make ms lest wortby your egteem 
<^w^ Maltr. 6, 2.). Wbttt do you meab. Mit* CriAb? (Th. Hook, 
^. Garney 4.) Brolhrrs , l am sorry I have got do Moiriaoil'a 
HU for cariDg tbe miüadies of Society (Cabl-, Paat ft. Prea. 1, 4.). 
«tat'! to be done, Colontli' (Scott, Old Morlality 16.) Good night, 
jMd night, btloBcd! (Lonof. T. 183.) 3)(e %nrebe tann bemnot^ MoA 
tBR^ Gattungsnamen loie binc^ Eigennamen, ober bur^ itä^er be|litnintc 
«Bbfianlibe ttirtflebrfldt fein. 

Mffe emfri^pt gnm ber »nrtbt ifl ber @|)ritt^( feit frÜMier Seit geiaufia: ~ 
V^.l}ame, QoA Iho for-jelda (Wrtoht, Aneed. p. 3.). N»i i-wii, BTteKn 
Ijkji WdcomaD art Ihon, fc« «wie (p. 6.> JDojitr ich biddo {» (R. o» 
Uli. 1, 29.), %gf. Stmon, ic häbbs f^ ^ü sccgenne tum {liDg . . Läreov, legs 
ton« (U'c. 7, 40.). ;Sunu, bvt dydeH >ii uns poa? (3, 48.). Bltiford 
fijt, glada nu ( A^ui.los, p. 7,). piue Btcmaa io gchfräe W/ (Qjim, 3, 
11.); itü/e/ortar-niödor, nu Ü dSjj foirurdon tvegen äade namanfApor.LOM. 
r. !.). Uebrigm« Wrfi^a^ bafl «gf. bie Änfnaime (ateiitif^er »olottw in 



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eigoituilt«! nit^t: 3^a%iree/ (äpou-oh. p. &.) Vü B^aai hl^ord Apoäemil 
(p. T. 9,); Ivic et auc^ anbn( latttiufdjc Safue aufnimmt: Tö'Apolimiim 

a.aiie ©lita^e be« Hfftfte«, torii^ übrigen» uerf^kbencr Art feia 
tarni unb ijum S;|eit iccfentlit^ abgef^isS^t eifc^eint, fegt btm ^c< 
tatib eine öuterjeltion, befonbeid o, oh, wran. $ecfonen> imb 
©a^namen gemein, erfc^int biefe Önteiiettion »w ben leHteien tüÄt 

Bftet 

Justice, rogal duie.' (Sbaksp., Meaa. f. Meai. 5, 1.) Ok, grtat 

ScioUo! Ok, mg more tiiät fatherl Let me not liv«, bat tA thy *«r> 

name, My eager heut spriaga up (Rowb, Fair Panit. 1, 1.). Evai; 
. null to bis {«nts, Israel (II Sah. 2Q.). broUter, we nuat if poi- 

alble reauscitate aoioe aoul and cooscienca in üb (Cabi-, Fast a. Ft«b. 

I, 4.). Hun|>, haad waiter at The Cock . . H[>w goBs tbe tiiaeT 
. (Tesnyb. p. äJ'J.). Tbii be tbj jusC ciccumforence O World.' (Mjlt^ 

P. L. 7, 231.) Hear me, o Sarth, hear me, o HW», O Caof That 

house the cold crovn'd snakel (Ijunnrs. p. 99.) Sd4 0>I<^: Be gm- 

ciouB, Heaven (TnoMS-, Spring.). 
tAt\t btra «flf. frtmbe, im «(te. nii^t Itltme ([. J, @. 418.) »ertinbanj 

finben IPtt fcdon im Satfcf. : Jurüi« , . fin fwineat me a aellic jjüig (Lamm^ 
[. -293.). Sia-s «gt- bebient fi^ bei SntetjtTlioiifn la, c& U uor bem Ißtl^i 
th) unb f^ejnt i^KT Uoi Sa^nanten fdten» )u entiat&en: La frednd, hüm^ 
eodeit t>a in? (Math. 22, 12.) Lü n&ddrvaa eyrm (3, 7.}. £d lä MarU, 
hü t>a Ob mGdlgne cjoing ILccndeat (Co». -Gxok. 464, 9.). Ed lä lote. 
Kehxil {)« ByUiie (Luc. 4, 23.). £<l U ndd, hTät boTHu? [w ott [rfu can? 
(BoLTB. 7r B>) ^e(^ aui^ : Gehlrad luofenai O^ehteb. &!, 1.). 2)at 9^- 
bietet bieucil«! o-. O htm lau/alaKigaado , imd wa Jtotaa iiria? (Luc. B, 
41. of. Gai- 3, 1.). 
3. 3li^i. feiten iß bei Solafio bon lern oorange^enben ¥evfi>naI)>roneiiKn 
ber jn^eiten $erfon begleitet, bem auä) bie Onterjeltton beig^eSen few 
lann. 3n biefei: $erbD)3)!(ung beS angeiebeten @egenßanbee ffiOt her«' 
■ filbf ine^r lue Ocroict'- 

Sileuce, tfe Iroubled Waves, and thoH Detp, peace (Milt^ P. L..7, 
216.). Gire ear O ye heavens, and I vHl Bpeak (Dbuter. 32, l.)i 
Envy, y< great, tbe dull unletter'd amali (Cowp. p. 49,). Cruahnie, 

'. ye rockt, ye faäing motmlaüa hide, Or bury tne in ocean'a abgiy ^de 

" (p. 46.). Ye fosleriug Brettes, blow! (Thoms« Spring.) 

SUte. Je jojige mtn, qunji Merlin, cufiel) iiow joure myghto. (R. qp Gi_ 
1. 148.). Je Cryabfne men, he acyda, etc. (I. 173.).' Harkyii to me, e&aw 

- ^ohn« Baplyit (Tows. M. p. ISA.). Let bo ffiou Kichoht (Chacc, C T. 
3989.). ^fbf. Ja neddrmirem, «ha' lahhte jaw To Öeoa . . ? (Ork. 99eb.) 

. Sgf. Ed lä fm tappend heofbnH and eotdan (Bokth. 4.). pu gSdm 
^ingt, [la ilaettest nedels (Apollon, p. 4.). Pa Jlmga man, ^o eait ftoor 
fram rihCe (p. 5.). Geritad, g« ävyrgtde, fratn me (MatB. 9J, 41.). 
i.'^etjlti^reit, äiertrauIic^Ceit unb $Dflid)reil fefetti ber Snrebe tiidfuA 
boS ^JaffefflBlironoiHen my ccran, rijnt bog bte *aiatt«ri^f6e Stoea- 
tung beffelben inS @etti(it fällt. 

Well aaid, my noble Scot (Sbaksp., I Henry FV. 4, !.)■ Wbmt I 
mean to lay, my drar miu Crabb..iB etc. (Tb. Hoor, Gilb. Gnmoy 
4.). „My dtm- Hr!" — „"Afp dear tnadani.'" (Bddrcic, Lond. 
ÄSBur. 4.) ^a^er bie SnSbtScfe my lord, my lady: Jlfy lord, Cto- 

' tilde loved, and wai deserted (DonsL. Jebbold, Bubbles 3.). Hn^ 



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otr unb ycw ßnnen btm SobtiD »oiangcfren , hiS If^teie bot 9^* 
paftnt, ölt Siteln angerAietcT ^erfoneiirOw. FoiAfr/ Wblch art !□ 
Hearen (Mattb. 6, 9.}. Come our gutni (SnAiap., Cymb, 2, 3.). — 
Fna-^DM of York, in God's nftne tben, let fbnnpd (id., II Houiy 
IV, i, 1.). gQ«d:.yDDr wortimpJ (Bkk Joks., Sy. M. in bis Hmn. 
i, 1,) Sa ymtr honow (Longf. I. 133.)' E'crr ptty'a aake, ybar 
Mm, be good tinto ms! (ScoiT, Qu. Durw, 38.) 

SR flitc i^ acj, min uKnien thi SMbnttf lonwittternffr ^ffJ^Tnt Alt 
bR $(r}f<l(t^t^ 3fy Ime dajier.. for {»ou haic in long ydo (B. or Gu L 
10.). J6 J«Ba ./ronii« {I. 99.). Myn Uue priue Üynjie» (= Iriys'e«) {•« 
gode ibbyli eaere jbe (I. 814.). Myne'miila kynjiya . .^nclie[i on saare 
Mtne (I. 215.). My fagre bryd, my tieete afnamome, Awake, iernnton 
ajn (Ckuüc, C. T. 8699.). ^a^titn jf) bit KRrebe ber QBftt^Tctt s'VE^li^ 
M«(ib. I. 30. 54. Se. 114. 119. 143. )<;.): .STtre Maximian (I. SO.), ,9fr« 
m^mw (I. 48. 47. 68.). S^ i^^ (I. 101. 111, ISO. 1S8. 145.). Sire 
HOnj) (I. 101.). Sirt noble erl (I, lS5.)i ob«: Xord (I. 82.). I^onJ hfng 
(1. 131. cf, Whicht, PoUt S. p. 199.). Dome (1. 160. ef. Wkioht, 
Autd. p. 3, 4. 5.). Dame Sirä {p. 6.). Lud;; Lera wel, Zody (P. Flodohm. 
Jt 6JJ. ©ritoi ip no$ bie anrcbt mj' lord; „3fy lord hyng . . lo {is eof»« 
i »egge U fyi' (B. oir Gl. I, 129.). Sae im moit. gtbr5uilt(^ madam 
(Miun.) ift otwt fd^ aie bctn ültfr. atfg«umni(n ; „Uid how mony 
Urghtet p he conte?" . . „iEfa iome, bäte ipid o man." (R. of Gl. 1. S5.) 
And lüde „Mercy, madame." (P. Pi-oluhh, p. 2ä.) Sie ©injufUgung Sdh 
MK (Hin Behttv oitjt^^ beut Sleunglif^; Oure XonI, owr &<»J, Chi 
iiile be dme (Ton«. M. p. S.). Vb ar welccnn, tntre kngghtei la keyn 
(p,-iG5.). XHt Snnbt mit your (^ctnt lantanifc^ U[f)}tumS unb (i^Stcm 
3<it ntütSiig. iäut ^Sf- cvl^cint min cbenfalte alt Suebrud giüge»); ^n* 
jMAipa gesceOpe beofon and eorflan and vundor eali, mtnvüithr-cyning 
(Ctp. EkoK. 468, 13.). E£' lä mfn Driiiten, ]>a [le «alle goicealU ofcrsihic 
(<««iB. 4.): S«in our tmlprii^ hl ber «nrtbt «n ®ott Are: Fuder üre, 
)b te esR OD iMOftauin (Math. 6, 9.). 

itM 9ltuettiii^t buä)et aiti^ eine n^ere 99fflimniiittQ beS Solatib 
bnni (In afp^iofhloed ^auptwurt cbtv ©iaenfdjaftewort mit bem itfHimu' 
ta »TtIM: 

Hyionf Mf »öijr, «i« Kn;.' (Shaksp., Wiat. 'T. 3, 3.) BrotUer, 
^ b&d Ae Ak^, SUnd to (Temp. 3, ä.)- ^eae are t.he aacred 
hdingi of thy hoart . . O J^tfefhnt, Iht friend.' (ThomS., Spring.) 
'^ tie Xitiyu^.' .pirOBt «falt Aiiiesl (Btk., Cain I, 1.) God; l/ie 
ffanel.'. InGutef AU-lriacl (ib.) JUoMn- of God, tlmgloryUd,'pn- 
tatt mal (LonflF. I. 30S.); bardtn oui^ nai^ ber Hnrebe bitr^ baS 
^»IcwIpTOwiIlOl-: „What art Hob, the firitf' — „I an Pride." — 
^ffihu.Brt .ttM., tt£ >w*N(J^ — „I am ObveUAiineM." — „And 
■b*t art Ibou, Mätrttt Mmc, Aä teWntk, and last?" (Maiii., D. Fanat 
Si 3.) TKoK At ftarks», thou iht mild, Accept tba tioon tby worth 
hä> eamed (^slutt I. 9.). 

Xitit Kii«bTit<!nMi(( jiefet |i(^ burt^ at(e <S))ra4^Dben : Ute. Saconre 
0*1 Dane the kyng! (Ar.is. S384.) AUiaundre the kyng, Fblk of Athenea 
"«fiÄ Oie greryrig (2949.); My lord rte bwehop; hefe have T brtjught 
fii" goodly copjl, at jonr bjddyng (Cov. Mvst. p. 137.). WUeUn the 

■-«w« v& lore I tbfi bi-hete (Wricht, Anecd. p. 12.). Ceim amperatr» 
inw idBf ia% gfimort ft^Itn: J'aweöe, (Äe li^yil tlmt ever was bi^ 
ITbwi. U. p. ITl.). FartniSt, tke temelyit AM evcr was scyn (ib.). ^an\. 
V Ami^,fic ÜMff, tm ftmuttt me a «ellic {ilog (Lajau, IL 293.). E^ 

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t>a leou», adele iint lare lüde & itille don ich hcom wolle (11. 363.). Vg(. 
Me ge^Ahle. .Tillan [le, pu te »ttesla TeophUtu (Loc. I, 3,}. pn meaht 
na i>e Klf gese6n . . j5«s leJ jrS<{« (Cxt<ii. GÖ8.). ßerra *e gbda, gUi) ie 
hit t>B ijeürns (676.). 91ai( bcm ¥e{ftffi»t>tanonicn |(ft b« Sttitri ni^ti 
SuffalbtiM, bd n im Sgf. nac^ bhi bnt ^ctfentn aiti^ fanß ciiitntt: iHn 
(lät ie&fe biam, ue beo >u an sefan ta ie<ic (Cdd, Esoh. 166, 28.). ifln 
» (f^reita «unnon (ftmai /ulMna^ass, 80i). Mta it.le^ata fieaind 
Strangniljio (äfolloh. p. 9.), fHi gada cfiigo, and intn h M/eiiK /Oder 
(p. 21.). And nu mlnteon) ßäl Mfe, geheald ]>■ intn rord (S. OutvUc 
20.). auf bnt I5c£iau4 iKfi Bitihle tw^ bn- Sntcbt . stjp lord n. . bgl. aug 
bae 9]lfp. Sinflug seiiil tmttn: .dfomei^nMtr ranAeietpie da ViaBne, 
pour EBtufaire i, In requeMe qu'il rous a pleo m* faiTe (Phil^ de ConiMcai 
M^m. iii;i.), obehic^ auA im Hilft. Wie im (^ngltfi^fli bn Hrtad InnrtWcsl 
nforbnrlq^ ifl: Sire Apoiloiie», Charles Martiani a ctit (Garpi i.« Loon. 
I, 1.). i^fi^ior ebri^, qaaj conaeil me donei? (I, %.) Siffncr baront riie 
diit 11 roi (RofL oKa.SKPr Sauss BIS,). Dlst.BaDcillM! Biwi «IK roi (11SS.). 
SBel. I. 4. 

6. !Dte Änrrte lann bie .©ebtutuiit; mtS Änrnfe?, b. 5' bet Äuff^r« 
bCTUn^ ^u rommeit ober fdne STniBeleii^iEit (unbjufl(6en, tiit^altea. ' 
„Lucy.' Lucjf.'" — „Uid you call su'am?" (Ssebid., Bir, 1, 3-) 
«IM. ^Uaac!" — „Sir?" — „Com hedet bld I." (Towh. M. p. S9.) 

(.9!t<l)t fdtten uilC bit Änrtbe nii^t fotto^t bie Spetfoii ntnnen, 1m((^ 
juni ^Bicn obtr ^anbelK aufgcfcrbtrt Wirb, fonbnn bieloK^ Me ipxi* 
bitativit $tj!iunnuitg,eiiif« Urt^ei(e9 auefpretf^en- 

Ye fooU, (liJ not be tlutt maile (hat which ia without make tbat 
whicli if nithin also?'(LlIKE 11, 40.) Yo% liUlejade, yon've beea 
cryiog (Dougl, Jerrold, Fri»on. qf War 2, 1.). !Dk{ geft^^t 
befcnbne im Xetic bed tionninf«, Ivotwi bie <Bptadit brt Qeneüvni 
Sfbend oft baS beTbD))f»elte (itTf&nlii^e gllmoct ba« ^räbitat amfc^f 
§eil (ä^t: Why, UoH drboshrd fah Aov, »u thera ««er man • coward, 
that hath drunk to much aack as I to-dsy? (Shaksp., Tenp. 3, 2.) 
Thou lleat, thou jettins fitonkty tkom (i^-)- ^*>*' ^>d indesd diaa«iible, 
you urcki» yqu .(Goldsm., G. Nat. M. 2.).' £h, what do jon »«wi, 
ycH iJacitArnJ you (ib.). 

Xltft etTWcitbintg Ui 8alali» ifl fr^oti b(r Ml^m B^t «gnt: 8sf. Jut 
drordeiHt. . ^ ifuitta! (Math. 6, 3S.) Li pa lUctter«! (7, 6.) Li 
j^itra M""' ll'vc. 19, 3!) 3)ic bem ^K^bcutfi^ niib RitbcitxKtM« 
fleiauflgc Anbcniluiis b« SflnocTte« iß tnii im )Ib[. nid^t anfatltoftnu 

Slan^e aufiuft, >«<4e '^ cmfi^Hf« aMgcflne^c«« Uit|«I aBtantcB, 
finb nii^t mit @li^|i(it als a^ototiM ju bcirai^tn. 

Man he inade..BiDi lord pronoanc'd, and, O indignity! Snblectcd to hia 
■eiTice anget winga (Mii.i., P. L. 9, 152.). Üicmglu horrid, i( tme! (10, 
789.) O.fading konourt o( tha deadl h^h ambitioa, toirlj.Uid! (Soott, 
L. lilinilr. 3, 10.). TiiiitrahU tot oC the poor sotdier! (Coi-eu., picc 1, 
' 12.). aüenift ÄtnIilSer Hü tBnnen tu^ mit bem »rtitel auftiettn: O A* 
lofl comiafrc«! Ih« ltnd«T tvea . Clost tifiated with the Gbre« ofthebeait! 
CVuuNG,'N. Th. », 1063.). Sic toerbcn namcntlit^ in \)tm Uijttrm gollc 
all tai]>tif4t ®5^ gtftntijeiiftiet, betten ber u[f)>rilnQ(ic^e, S^arallci brc jU* 
lebc vSOig fnmb tft. )Bd. Xlle.: AUoi.'.M« woa^alUs, i'^« pegn«» Mt^mtge, 
That I for you haTQ^ au^il, aad ao longe! Alias, fhe deih! »Haa, njm 
Emeljel AUm, dtparlyng of our contpanye/ (Ciucc.,'C. T. 2778.). 



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Siunt^ämli^n Vit tfl ba« Qilff^id befi ftc^ioifAnt ®aiHit> [tn 
MUftui^ anlaufe ber cnglifc^fn <St)ia$e. @(^arf auAstprftgt in 
fniR nnmälig auf ©u&ftantibBtgiiFfe aSer Srt in bn (£inj{A( unb 
St^ja^E übtrttawcBm Sorm, unb botn ©^ta^oefil^Ic ale ein oebOrf* 
m§ fcflgc^tm, ip n gteii^wo^t fifi^e ft^on fa^ andf^fieglic^ b«n ab> 
BraiBalm Ber^littniffe oorfee^lttn «erben. 3)ie im anflrifSt^fift^en ^u- 
bt Sctloenbuna beweiben tn bn nnmitttlbaten SSerEnnbung mit bem 
SrtnMttc nnb (ngni|<^ftet[}orte (at bfm iD^iefl^afuS cbet t>i:ä)M)f1tiona- 
fcr Umfi^eibang mtic^fii mßfftn, unb bie lodexne l£inni^ung beffdbni 
in bie Sttbc atä Slbonb ^at fii^ &i8 anf einjetne Spitint Hiioieti. 

Ki SScflimmung ober Srgfinjung beS Serbalbtgriffe« (ommt 
tn flt^eift^ @eniti» nur not^ in Cer6inbung mit be, fein, Mt unb 
ip ))sff(ffi0er Statut , fo bog er fqntattifc^ mit bem ant bem @euitiD 
ntponbencn ^offeffluvronDuicn auf einer Stufe flt^t unb banim fafl 
Bim iirfibibtiveu Srgänjuns gteit^fommt. 

Hrmeti't t* tb« qaarrel (Sbaksf-, Bich. II. 1, 3.). Onr Unds, out 
Km, uid «11 are Botmgbrokt'i (3, 2.)- The earth u U« i^onf« (Exod. 
S, liS.). This theme » nun'!, und nun'« ftlone (Youno, N. Th. 4. 437.). 
^0 matter vAo*e I am, sinca I'm ko mor« My royal matter'i, aince I'm 
& no nore (Soittbbrn, Oroon. 2, 3.). 0hl ort thou Earth'i, or ort 
Um HtoBe»'», Spesk to me, »peikt {Mbb. Hehaks p. 113.) „And how", 
uked Ur. PecksnilT, drawing olf hit glovea and warming bis hands 
Mm the fire, os beuevolently as if Ihey teere tomthody elt^i, not hii: 
.lad how ii he now." (DtCKKKB, M. Chazzlew. 1, 3.) 

^< etyti^mms bM (Stiittne ein «ffi^tfl fi^Iiegt fl^ an bie JUteße 
bftnufttMifc an: Site. For ^ maistry r^i not a kynget, ne be ha noncr 
■> god, Ae knyjlee, ßnt rnder hpn fyjtefi, & ichedet> fasre blöd (B. of Gi„ 
l iT.}. The lande icholde erei the Sawdom be (Kica. C. dk L. T102.). AU 
^ rof ay /uttbondei and mjTj, Avray thei had (Sin Akadah 199.). Whote 
k ihoM usdia? (Ipo^ 371.) ^m Sgl. Ht fo bcT iSeniti» bei becln unb 
norin: ZhVitne» tynd {>& r!ca (Pa. 21, 26.). Gif ih hliford I>onne him rif 
"»U«, ly ho(S »nd hire bearn ^a< ÄW/'onJe» (Lkqo. äli.FB. 11.). Fortiam gs 
^^fila tynd (Mauc. 9, 41.). Scö gtrengde and te sige veard fiät eyngei 
^ Cm. iioe.). Hit Sntittuna bte ut|;iTünsIt((tn erntti» in bct j2nsmu 
Cfo^ ntrb im einjetnen bnr^ bte ftmne S)ai1tel(uns bcTfi^rt ueiben. 

IDer CbieIlfl!afuS. 

tm JDbjettMafuö, obtuofit, bei bei Srinnerung an feinen Uift>rttng, 
tadtift!^ jum !£^ei( atd ein unbe^eif^neter !3?ativ ju beuten, mtt§ im 
«Bgonrinen of« ein attnloti» im ffinglifdien aufgefaßt werben, wie 
bon bie f^nta!tif<^e Serfi^meljnng ttS S)attb mit bem SRufatie unter 
nbnem au<4 baraufi ^enoige^t, ba§ bog urf^rltntjli^e Slatibobieft ^d) 
■it b« ÄBafttti» in ba« ©ubjeft be« $afflt tetwanbeln fann. ISne 
Jwtetifi^ ©Reibung Reibet ftafufl lommt im Sffiefentli^en nur ba in 
oÄttiftl, too bemfeften ttanptiuen ©erb ein ©o^objeft ue6en einem 
Wfnuletiielte fieigefleben ift. 

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Begrifft, toenn biefei av^ an fl^ intrati{1tie ift obei ft^ nur in tntei 
9!ommalforin tvirffam ettndfet. (St lägt ^d) im UGatmtiain all bn 
Äofofi beS 3>eIeS btjni^ntn, »t bfnt bit Si^äti^ttit fi($ ^intont^t, ab« 
lOtf m\i^ fic ^nii^ttt iß. <Sr cif^eint aber iqt ®a^t ä)tÜ9 m ma 
lodetcn, t^ellS in tinrr tnQerfn Stiie^ung jnr ^^Stbfcit. 3n fdna 
Si>nn mit bon Slornttiativ jumeifl jufanunenfallenb, i^ er ba, tos n 
ita^ ber Vnaloaie onbtcei ©)}Ta[^en abf olttt, b. ^. Don bei Serbinbimg 
nit bem ^läbitote ooCnommen abgefi^tofTen, fttlftn tautet, in bet V^ni 
luogtnt^U mit bcm 9Iominatiu >>eitaufd)t norben, mie bttä aitfl bet 
«enoenbutta dt^ttr alter Slominaticfcrmen ^erborgel^t. 

jDer S^fati» ^at im Saufe ber ^tit im Snglifc^en ein Uxitet 
@ebiet geUjonnen, infofem er ober tai eine« urfttrSnatii^en @<nitit! trat 
!Catib übergegti^en (tat. S)er freiere ®ebrau4 biefed ffafuS abcrbittct 
ni(^t blod lomaniff&e, fonbern auc^ ^ermanif(^e Sprachen; loie er ober 
bie Stjie^ungen beffetben mannigfaltiger maqt, fo erhält er biefdtei 
an^ utm Xt)eil in ber ©c^webe ober Derbunfelt f!e. 

3n Iciferer ^jie^na ftti}t ber ^ftufatib innerhalb bc« ©age« ba, 

too er Slaum«, ^tit* unb SNaagbeflirnrnnttgen in enSnjeibei 

SQJeife bem $rfibi(ate einfügt, »et(^e mit einanber in enger $eniwiitt< 

fi^aft fte^en ' unb jnm 3:^eU in einanber übergeben. 

l.a)WD bei Kftufatic eine 9taumbe|)immnng bejeii^net, liegt bii 

Corpellung einer SSeffiegung ober bed ISrflreden« bui^ einen 

Saum jum @runbe, toeä^tb ber S9egriff bei 9!u^e, bie cinfa^e Snt' 

uwrt auf bie giagc loo? im flrengflen ©inne ^ier nii^t bortomniL 

I pi'ythee aaw, lead the mty (SBAxap., Temp. 2, 2.)- ^bey ghill 
come out agftinst theo ans toajf uid lle« before thee levtm woy« (Dio- 
TEB. 28, T.). Th' other way Satan Kent doim, The cduey to HellgaU 
(MiLT., P. L. 10, 411.). Mr. Adama and Joaeph wera now tmdy 
to d«part differemt vay* (Field., J. Andr. 2, 1.). As aea-meo wi'tli 
Ae aelf-aame gale, Will gev'ral diff'rml coarse» kail (Bütl., Hnd. 2, 
2, 347.). Arthur'a slow wain his coarwe doth toU (Scott, L. Uioftr. 
1, 17.). 

Sluebdlde bitf» Kit pitifen jum 3^«I an £&{ctMarru[att»e tranfUi» gcwi' 
beitti ^tranfltitja. Sie finbnt |1(^ au^ im 9Ite.: Sir Clegea, and lüj tm 
gent, 7^ right «taye 10 CardJfTe went (Snt Clege« 2i7.). Bringe me Ae 
weye Btrejth to hii grave (Cov. Utst. p. 23fi.). $alb|. P» CwailfD bmt 
loo» ferden tonward heoro londen (La^am. 111. 1.). Whatt gala nuam ho 
ganngs)i[> (Obh. S21S.). S)a< agf. pflegt (iei chint l3emtie obti (fon 
WiI)wfltionalen ffafn< }U gebrauchen: VendoD him {>& ädru eOget himiMri 
(Six, Chb. 1006.), On dnn« ««^ hi g&d ongSa {le aad an «eq/bn v^jiw 
hig Be6d frun I)e (DEuma. 28, 7.). Svide manega ajnd ^e V^rA ^im 
wy faraa (Math. 7, 13,), 

b)3nbem babei bie SSetoegung bur^ ben IStoMta feiner ganjen Suflbe^ 
nung uac^ in Sttiac^t lomat, (iegt t» na^e ben Sttuf^tii} auf bu 
^age: toie toeit? ju »cnoenben, Wobuic^ et in ber ^ol jn einer 
äRaagbefiimmnng befi ätaumeä teiib. 

So theie the Ute Heav'n-bftoiih'd hoat left deiert ntmoat Hell 
Mmy a dort leagut (MitT., F. L. 10, 436.). No wonder, faU'a »et : 
« peniieÜMt hight (1, 283.). And all her nuniber'd ilara, that HOa ' 
to roll ^aatt imumprthauible (8, 19,). But, m it oftea happtu. 1 
tiist tlM bwt tnoD aro bnt Uttle knowD, and conaequently eaimot ox- 

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Icad th« tiKftilnesB ot their enamplei a great way, the writer maf be 
tiDed k aid to «pread their history farther (Field., J. Äadr. 1, !.)■ 
Ha lifUd with Buch might and atrength Ab would have hurl'd him 
tirice Im Ingth (Ben,., Und. 1, 3, 8B1.). The dangei: Btartled the 
boldSqaire, And made him gome fem tieps retire (1, 3, 499.)- ^fao 
Doke will not draw back a tingU inch (Coleb., Picc. 1, 1.). Bis 
(ibe rock'i) hoar]' head ConspicuoaB many a leat/ut (Cowp. p, 176.). 
^in gehört auä} : If I be M»o, or swerve a hair from tmth (Shaksp., 
Tfoa a. Cr. 3, 2.), tDo boB ^aat bie J^aartrtite »ertrift. EBitb 
to ^tmft anaEbnitet, oon tcel^ent aB eine ISntfeninns jn tntffen iß, 
(e g(tD%t bie StSdft^t auf^ ba« äitl ber SttDcgitna aI8 ba« Snbe 
tn Srftrtdnng im Siaiune bic SorfleHung ein« bemefltnm (Stitfct* 
nung: She tbat ia qoeen of Tunig; ahe tbat dweth TtH itaguea beyond 
aaxCi lifa (Shakbf,, Temp. 2, K). He praJBed perhapa for agea ;et 
to mme, She never heard of ha^ a miU from honie (Covrp. p. 4B.). 
Well toald he hit a fallow deer Fioe bvndred feet him fro (Scott, 
L. Hiiutr. 3, 16.). There is one town, Cnmoglia, with ita little 
hiriwnr on the aea, hmdredg of fett below the road (Dicksnb, It, 
To Rome etc.). A skorl disCance above the LocDSta waa a ainall ham- 
let (Coop., Spy 8.). 

3m Xitc. tft bitfn Sttufalie nii^t unfftnifpiiü): Hon nejghjDg, and 
oj^pg of men, Men myghte here myle ten (Alis. 2167.), He airam in 
ääie herj armea Ä müe imue (S48G.). A botoe - leholt fro the brjnke . . 
Ai hjgh he iprong (3191.). S^adTH vas ten myle Chenne (Rick, C. db L. 
Ü^^.). Apon » croue, ooght hena a tnyk, To ded he jede (Tonn. M. p. 
liä.). ^b(. And hire bac a latel wile ßftene mile (Lajak. III. 38. 1- S.). 
^U heo ona aale comen neh Ardnre (III. 90.). «U^ im agf. fl^t auf bi( 
Sngi* Vic toeit? bn HRufatiU: SvA hra 8v& lie geajt frütend tlapa, 
gi mid faim Sttre (cd Mtaend (Math. 5, 11.) (fiaiend &at oli ^antlttlWIt 
td Ocniti)) na^ tjC^]- P^ cSmon big äne* däge* fSr ( Loc, 2^ 11.). 2>cn 
Sotiti« ürtct ce in bet Sebaitime btr Qntftmaiig : Jr mUa from |>am 
nSdui atsTeardam (Sxj. Chb. 898.), 
t)6tüm ratfprt^t b«?tffufatio ber groge wo^in?, »enn man Abb«- 
Mol gnceibene Sttttfatise tcie bie tarnen ber ^imDicfögegeiiben eaat, 
«st, north, Bouth IC. back, home u. bat. ni^t in Stettaqt {ie^en toiO. 
6.L 381. üftan mag batiin etma aud; rechnen: He looked fAt* loay 
■Bd iket v>ag (ExoD. 2, 12.), ivo bie alte ©^Tai^e Hbberbieit gebraiii^ 
%l^, pi beaeah he hiDe jinbücaii hider and ^tder (ib.). 
tut abttertitaft Censtnbniie bc6 €ubfhtntil>. way in mt SStbeutuofl Den 
'*m, gmie ge^BTt ttt^t (it^ei: Uj atopidit; aaw sTerj thing Ih» wrong wty 
(GauMM., She ScoopB 1.). 
^'•)3it Sejie^nng anf äeitbeftimmung fieiei^net b« WfufatiD — 
to SanmBe^imtnitng anolog — baS Qrßteden burt^ einen ä'iU 
lamn, unb tcirb bqier junät^fl jnm SuSbtude ber 3eitbaucr auf 
H( S^age: ttte lange? 

For }oa bsve bot miatook me aü Ihe while (Shaksp., Bich. U. 3, 
3.}, tihuB have I been Iweniy year$ in thy houae (Gem. 31, 41.). 
Mw lio)* thej feit (Mut., F. L. 6, 871.). I shall bcbtcb recover 
■7 q>iriti rtear tib-e« daya (Golmu., G. Nst. M. 1.). I pray yoa 
Inda tom€ tiuk ipaet In thia poor tower with me (Scott, Mann. 1, 
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sonnetB od Iier beaaCy (Shbrid., Bit. 2, 1.). Here'i dinner been 
ready, half an kour, and no Walter (Dickens, Doinb«y ». 8. 1, 4.), 
FamilieB of mariDers . . nho time out af mini, hare owaed coftsting 
veBsals in thaC pUce (id., It., To Roms etc.). 

©tatt eintS ©ubflantiD, uielÄeS einen äeittautn bejcli^net, toirt 
biatoeilen ein abihatte« ober !onfrete« ©ubpanti» gefegt, metd^c« an 
eine ^%'\\ erfütlen^e ^^^ätigfeit erinnert ober auq mit ein« anber* 
»eitigen ^titoeßimmiuig btibunben i|l. 

I have Mrved twenty campaigna (FAngcHAR, Becmit. OfGc. 1 , 1.). 
A fox was at leagth found vho led üb a ckate of Iko hourt (Scott, 
R. Boy 7.). — He said „He would tarry onother pot, rather for the 
pleasure of auch Company, than for the liquor." (Field., J. Andr. 
i, 16.), tDo pot auf H€ 3^it beS Suätrinfend ber Aanne ja 
bejie^en i{l. Sine f Dtd)e Sge^immung lann jut ^gabe ber iStttfet' 
nnug tDerbeif: I wns bred aud bom, Not Ihree How»' travel from this 
*eiy place (Shaksp., Twelfth N. 1, 2.). 

S)i(fe Srt bev ^eitbcfliiilinung ifl alt: 9Uc. p« bataüe of Troie, tmt laste 
/eie jw (R. OF Gl. I, 9,). Kjng was Kynwolf lex d- tuenly J«re (Lasct. 
I. 0.). He Ihere na» a litel whiU (Auis. 5464.). 3^ sefsn daie* I n'el 
nowl speke (Seuvk S.vueb 377.). ^albf. Raroraaroa wes one jcAi/c king 
(Lajah. I. S71.). Alle dai heo Sujen (II. 1G3.). ])& burfa bom alle jükt 
(III. 174.). Hs\. Big fohlon ^/ cio^cu (Fioht at Fiksbbb. 8!.). Ho ricsade 
XVII gedr ißict, Chh, 189.). pus f6rdon eaftw ^<ms pinfcr and ^one 
2«ncl«n TffiroD him on Cent (10O9.). pä »ende Drillten micelae Tind eoZfa 
^3 «iAJ (Exod. 14, Sl.). EaOe niht iTinceade (Luc. S, S.). SRan ^ClM 
inbcjfen aui$ beti @tiittiD unb Z)atio im !(g|.: pa Ue pä (ier/«aZa rrucena 
gslOD (Sai. Chh. S94.). pt beimal i grSne Btondad , . vitOret and «uMa«rM 
(Cod. Exo.i. 200, 4.). li^gt. ^alb(. Her «e wal]«d wanisD mmiroa and 
(wnerw (La;iax. II. 189.). On ben beiben Icljicn eeifpitlen mag man btc 
adgf mcinete Seßimmuna bc8 »ann? fe^tn. Sieben bcm Snufatio fle^t öfter 
btt 2)atil^in gleitltT 8cbcutung im Sgf.: And etad {leorf »tof<m dagat 
(ExoD. 127 15.); bageatn: Seo/bn dapum (12, 19.). Ne n^g cot ndn Wii^ 
vidBtandan eoflum dagiaa t>iDcs üfes (Joa. 1, 5.). 

Dad uu unterbrochene ISrflreden einer S^^Stigleit bun^ einen 
genannten Scihonm toirb burt^ baä hinzugefügte long ^ercorge^bni. 

My tongue aliall apeak . . of thy praiae aü the day long (E*s. 35, 
2».}. They imagiue deceite aU the day long (SB, 12.). She oU migkl 
long her amoroui deecant Bung (Milt,, P. L. 4, 603.). M^ iife Im^ 
will it anger me to tbink etc. (Colks,, Picc. 1, 2.). 

"Sm nod^gefttllte long evf^eint a(« attu(ati»if(^eB unb brapD[ltiim«te« 9(b»Frt, 

gltitt beul mbb. lamn: Den »niner tone (Büchi.. i. Hahtm. V. AOE od. Hanpt 
1B42. 1, B4ä.). Eines halben tages lana (1, SIS.). S^cn im ^aI6f. 
»trb longe nat^gefleUt : Swa fiene da\ lotu/e heo wenden (Lajax. I. 241.). 
pus beo gnnnen delen ßient drei lange (III. Sei.), tDD inbtg bet abttt' 
biale Sbarahct beffclben jneifelbaft ifl, ba man cS au(^ umßeKt; Ardnr 
]aj alle lange niht and spac wid {lene jeonge cniht (Lajau. III. 117.), in 
bet Ißebcutung bem agi. andJangne däg , ondlonge niht, per totam diem, 
noccem, entfprcr^nb. iSumit fann man hdc^ ben @ebiau<^ Ben livelong bn> 
gleicfttn: The obscare bird Clamour'd the lii>elmig night (SsiKSf., Uacb. S, 
3.). alte. The mone . . schyneth ol lange nyjl (Wbight, Pop. Treat. p. 134.). 
3m aite. »IIb ber »on long begletleten 3(ttb«fHmmtrag Üftwilen eme ^ä- 
twfttiDn uorangtft^t; Ther waa batajl to itrong (nfimli^ am IKcnb) ITas 
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ffätt long n«^ Kaunteftnnnratiaat: A tao mj/Je long ttom Gaültg, ü a 
line hiHc (ILiumiEV, p. 104.). @. J. 406. 

b)3)ie boK^ bcn 9ffufalit> iqti^tutt 3tit(t{liimnini(| toiib a(« ni^t 
imut i^rci ganjen %udbe^nunQ nac^ Don bei Sodtigteit buii^gogni 
^äfi, fonbnm fte bcjni^net auift ben aKaemeinen 3'iti^«utn, 
anci^tt bffTm b« Seifpunft b« »nwitflii^unß ber Sr^ti^eit 
[icgt. ®i> entfbnc^l b» Snnfatte bn gragt: mann?, »o&ci bic 
gT%cc cber geringert Sufibe^nitng bn: genannten ^tit^^xintintg 
aiei«gflltig ift 

„Tod joDDg", and „fAe Rfrf ytar", aod „'tia too early." (Shaksp., 
AlTa Well S , 1.) The firti of April diod yoar noble mother (Joho 
1, 2.) l»u f&iy will I begJQ to magnify thee (Jobk. 3, 7.). Tbej 
wan'd Tfci( telf-iame day by fight, or by surpriae, To win the 
Honnt of God (Milt., P, L. ö, 8G.). And now expecting Back 
i«w- their great adventnrer (10, 439.). I waa me tummtr'i day loi- 
termg throngh the great laloons of Che British Museum (Irvino, 8k. 
B., The Art of Book making), Inatead of going quietly lo hin beil 
tot »igU — (DoUGL, JEEnoLD, Prisoner of War 2, 2.), I will peti- 
tion htm tkit itutaitt (2, 1.). Her faCe ia fix'd t/iit very hour (Btr-, 
Bride 3.). One Swuiay moming, while tbe famil/ is at cbnrcb, Maa- 
Ui Wolfgang finda himsclf in the kitch«n (Lewes, G. 1. 18.). Kui^ 
tici lann btr 3^>t(estiff bur^ @ubpantive eifert Ueiben, »dc^e eine 
BtitcrfäUung anjubeutcn geeignet ftnb: He had had the honoar, he 
nid, to be <tt the bombardment of it (Brniaels) laut war (Stkrhe, 
SeDtim, Joum.). Tke tery firwt opporlunily . . jou ahalL be mj wife 
ia whalevar msimer yoti please (Gay, Begg. Op. 2, 1.). 

3ni nie. begegnet man biettnt atCufatiu oft: ßat lym» Datüd waa kjng 
(B. OF Gl. I. 28.). pe /erf>e jer [lat he hadde emperour jbe Mtd gret 
M be irende taere to {lis londc (I. 62.). Mou; mon that day hire kneow 
(Alis. Ige.). 7^ fimrlenlhe day hy comen lo Yperoaa (5642.). And here 
ihe maue vche day (Hau.iw., Freemaa. 681!.). What manere of beryse 
iMT thii b« That grovyn Ihit tyme of jeref (Sir Ci.kces SOO,) 5iO(6 im 
WBf. »ttb bitfer a(tu(atfB angetrefftn: pa« Godess Gast off heffne comli . . 
-Aa dajj att onnderm lime (Ork. 19JB5,). ßatt beoffne»» gate iai oppnedd 
mc Patt dajj |>att icc amtn fuUhtnedd (10838.). Dae Sgf. bcbitnt fli^ U» 
Mfo, bc« däftnnnentali« imb itt S)attB: L<i«l älter t>am, ^ai ilcan 
JBfm . . luedenra maEoa hergang adiligode Godeg cyrican (Sax. Chh. 793.). 
!■<• Tii /e^rttes gedrt* hia rices (46.). Hb veard gehUgod V id. Jan. dnn 
"nun dägei (aS9.)i neben: p^ yUan gedre (hl9.). Äghviic« gtdre {ht^c. 
SiaXLt. IV. 16.). ist Däo ceÄping ne »* tvmiaadBffuia (Legc .StHELBt. 
0. J7.). 

_ Birb ein toieberf e^tenber äfitwum tejeiii^nef, tnnet^alb beffen 
äst einnialige ober ttiebcr^oHe I^dtigfeit Jlattfinbcf, fo tritt ber an- 
it^mle Ärttfet a über auc^ »o^I boS unBejlimmte ^ßrlnort overy 
V bem annfatiö. 

Naj-, let her laogoiah A drop of blood a ytar; and being aged, 
Die of tfaia foUy (Shakbp., Cymb. 1, 2.). Five hondred poor I have 
ia 7earlf pay, Who twice a day their wither'd handa hold up Toward 
baareo (Henry V. 4, 1.). Who having roond bcgirt tho palace, Äi 
«OM ■ vioiäh tbey do the gallows (Büix., Hud. 1, 2, 521.). My 
&tiWT weat OD ihore for a qnartar of an boar ouce a montt 

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(Mabrtat, J. Faithf. 1, 1.)- I genenlly kiU & mwi a lewi (Sbxbii>^ 
Biv. 4, l.). The lentence ainoiinU to whipping once ü foriaiglii Ut 
leren jean (Uacaul., Hist. of E. II. 217.). He rose ttzlj, ia& 
generaUy paawd three or foor hoan a day in the op«n kir (II. 1.). 
— FivD tJmes ccCT-y year he «m U) be branght forth from hii don- 
geon and eipoied od the pillory (IL 55.). @. unSeft %iti{(t 

a><tS @ii6patitie mh a trifft man aiti^ im KU.: He vole thtit Acn 
joide be..For (an ChoDuud buaoiitei a jrer (Rico. C. dk L. 3216.). Sk 
filtert a^t |i^' Wt ^präliofltion on (o) ju Wtttotbm: O fx jer Ann b^ 
(Ohm. 1021.), Vgl'. Gif he an dd; leofen Bidnm lyngsd, and Beaf<D Mia 
tö [le on dA; gecrrred bid (Luc 17, 4.). Ic fatte tora an vucan (18, 1!.). 
^ taim in bem illnfltcen a nur ben HxtiM itifta, nd^ an^ \ent i^ 
blitie gebrannt tDiib. 
c)A»ei settunbene j^il^cfliininuiisen im Äffufofib Knntn jlw 
3«l))unfte anSbxüdtn, teel(^c bte @cenj))iin(te eines 3^!t'^<"" 
meS audmai^en, fo bag bie erfte bie ^tit ht^äifntt, &on utif^n an» 
juge^en i|l, bte jmeitc tien Snb))untt, aii ^itlpantt ber bint^ bitfcCtc 
btieii^neten 3tit' ®"^ ffinbpunlt wirb gEwa^nlii^ ouf eine jnKnftigtj 
bo4 ou^ '■i'f 'ine oeifiaRsene ^tit bejcgen. 

God lend we be all better (Ais day thrre montht (Goldsh., G. 
Nat. M. 1.). Poor brother Tom h»d an accident, thii time AwIn- 
mo»lh (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 1 .), Young man, you will prepare to gif« 
me an aniwer od thji important subject lÜ* dag mmlh (Scott, B. 
Ror 3.). Wart (ann biefe XnStTudfliieife mit bei f^ntaftift^ fiattat 
oereIei<J)ett, iDoiin ber 9ue£|angS)>untt bur^ hence obei thence tt)rii^ 

net iß : Ye «hall be baptized irlth the Holy Ghost not aunji dtfi 
henee (Acts 1 , 5.). 1 am to meet him tbere Am Aonr* ktuce (Fii- 
ODBAB, fiecniit. OfSc. 2, 2.). If, thret dayi henee, <roQ impate inj 
other blame to me than that af oDwiBe lenity, I abaolve you tna 
yoat oath (Bclw., Rienzi 5, 3.). A fortnight Mmc« . . Stont Coiln4 
cold, and dreach'd in blood . . Was bj a woodman's lyme-dog fooad 
(Scott, L. Minstr. i>. 7.). SBie ^ier ber ©nbljunlt ijac^ »ottDärU )t 
enteren ifl, fo nmsele^it na^ rücftoficK bei folgenbem aince; Tmi» 
yeari riact, Thy father was Duke of Milan (Shaesf., Temp. 1, 2.)- 
„When came you in?" — „A moment linae." (LoMOr, II. G.). 

2}ie Sftere Sprache tcnnt btc @trni6t|ltniinung bur^ @ntflantiw tM^ ton 
in Snbittbung mit $i5twfitionnt -, bet aufgansepunH uitb mifi iui4 bn4 
btn i(ttur<<ttl} tejeic^ntt; $alb(. Cornea to dari a MOUAi mhU (I.AJAK.I 
233.). Sa to dai a teouen mhlen ich beo senden hjm bi min« cnihtni 
(II. 72.). &, hehlen heom , . fiat darUt iBti /trenm mketi wenden lo Lua*M 
(I. 944); neben: And hebte heam..^ne dai a (ireo mika baon atla *J(i* 
Bt Londene (ib. tüng. £.). 2)ie germen a, xn entf^ted^ bem agt- °°- ^ 
üftufatib bei hencc unb Bince ift bem Slttufatib bei Sntfttnnns ganjflUliS' 
©. ob. ©. 1G3. 
3. iDtaagbeßimmungen aQei; 9rl treten int ffinglifcfieii im fSt^* 
tib auf. 

a} ^iet ift befonbere ber in unmittd&arer SSerttnbuna mit flbjtlti' 
»en fle^enten ^e^tmmungen ju gebenfen, toelc^ fi(9 nii^t Mo« m 
täumli^e unb jeitlti^e ^imtnyien, fottbem au^ auf da^Itn' 
ftfiile, $ieia obfiSBertb, KlteiuRb Snlfernunflaufb^ 
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Hera's « wit of chsverQ, thkt «tretchea ont from a» irteh namm 
to m (A (roatf (Shaesf., Bom. a. Jal. 3, 4.)- It wu k woodea 
frtine, Ikree meke» high, wnen fnt long, and fovr broad (Swirr). 
A pljiy thü ia, my lord, tonte le» aordt long (Shakbf., Midf. H. 
Dr. 5, 1.}. I luTB Be«n biiii..tske three old highciDwned bat«, 
■nd elap tbem all on hii head, Ikret iloTy high (Swift, Tale of a 
Tab 4.). Nilni bead, ineloa'd irith shiniDg rock, A »Aofa daift 
janef high (Milt, P. L. 4, 283.). Down he dropi 7>» thmutmd 
fatliom deep (2, 933.). In dungeou aearce three incket widt (Butl^ 
Hud. 1, 2, 1188.). Thfl earl of Weitmoreland, *nm amumd 
Unmg, la marcbiog bltberwarda (Shamf., I Henry IV. 4, 1.). Tbe 
gBirimn ib not iwo Atindr«ii sfroa^ (CoLEa., Walleiut. 3, 6.), A 
ronnd hoae, madam, noVs not morlA a pin (Sbassp., Two GentleBk 
3, 7.). Virtae is vorA any prict (G01.DBM., Vic. 11,). Sia«e I 
vu Arte year* old (Shakbf., Aa Yon Like It 5, 2.). Her yonn- 
ger brolbor nxUen tummert old (Th. Campbell, TbeodricX Bjr 
ths time tbat I waa teti years old (Marbyat, J. Faithf. 1, 1.). Th« 
nernber of tbe faculty wea agtd ßfly (Shollit, Bod. Rand. 7.). 
Be..died in 1730, agcd menty three (Lkweb, G. I. 8.). From a 
place called tbe Monument, /our miles dittant (Bdlw., Bieozi 5, 3.). 

rf/t btaegntt man bitfnn annfatiü: Kit. He y« long äjte hondrti 
And fottrt hondrtd myle brod (K. of Ol. I, 1,]. Bia ta^ waa 
fyre'fedme long (Alis. 546.). The oat yrt» tmeatg tyiyh,loug (B31S.). 
A fota and a ha^ long (Uauhdev. p. 10.). A knife aftar Sir Robert 
be threw, And ii fiew in a door a tpaa deep (Rick. C. db L, 3108.]l 
Ob oIT mj CryaKoe men 1* aurlh Sarezynu fyve and ttn f6101.). Thia 
b Qot worthe cone leke (Town. M. p. 14.). äui Cattf. Rntrt man famn 
Seiftult; boe^ ßt^t j. 8. ft^on old, eld, old mit brat OMcTtefafnS: He 
mfi/iene jer old (Lajam. I. U), imb worit fi^on aui$ mit itm RffH« 
fatlB: Ntaa nan mahbt, tatt ohhl isa vurrß (Oku. 4038. cf. 5020.), Wal 
fnflilt brat IKgatiHtl nobt elttf)mi^l: Nia nohl vmrd {iratta (Lajam. IU. 
S6.). Z)ae ^ef. bietet aber bec ©enüiti: Se ■>i»ßftigu föt-gemeanxi lang 
« legere (Seov. 60!6.}. Se radu a..hv/nd tei^tigea mila lamg Odfle 
lengn, and firitliga mila brdd (Sax. Chr. 89S.). F^ftfina monnet efaa 
ieip (CxDM. 139S.). /Ja yfeon dornet ij he vyrife (Lsco. .Xlfb. 21.). 
Otht woTtby, oDwonhy (. tocitn^in. S)te SSejcEc^nung bce EtbcnMltRS 
gt|i^^ im Xsf. buT^ bat mit bcr Satbinalja^l jufammcngtfttile Sbjettiu 
Tbitre; Seth v&a Autuirtnfre and ßf (Gkh. 5, 6.). ps, he via foef^vintra 
[Lec. 1, 7.). He bafde äne döbtor nettn Ive^vintre (S, 4!.). Hed via 
(Klfcmfre (Mabc. &, i2.). 

Vi bie Secbinbung bon äJIaa^bcffitnmimgen bei Slbjettibni mit 
0/ iirf))iütia[i{{) eine Üinfi|reibung beä alten ©enitio ifl, lä^t jlc^ 
ai^t mit Sntfi^icbeuVit behaupten, bo^ oui^ nii^t fc^Ie^t^nt ab' 
lingneit. ^on ^IbtettiDen, uxld^e räumliche S)imenftonen bejet^nen, 
t^ biefer (^cbiau(^ auf old Übertragen toorben, benn an bad fr. 
igt de btrfte babti ico^l ni^t ju beuten [ein. 

The emperor'e palace is incloaed by a »all o/ tsro fett high. — 
From that islaud Lilliput ia parted by a Channel q^ eigkt hwidred 
yard» Wide (Swdt, Golliv.). I . . indulged in the profound apeou- 
ktiona of B boy of eleven years old (Mabrtat, J- Falthf. I, 1.). 

ffiie in tiefen gSSai bn: pripnfltionale ÄafuS o^ne objeKiötft^ 
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I WM made a king af iMie month* old (Sbakbf., II Heorj TL 
4, 9.). Jf i&r«e mul two ymrt oU, t Blole tbeae babei (Cynb, 3, 
3.). I^P to Üie tiDH thit I quittad the lighter, at eleeat yeart M 
(Marbtat, J. F&itbf. 1, 1.). At Mrw yeari old ha could leldM 
be brooglit to play wich lictle cbildreo (Lswu, G. I.' 18.). 

3)ae 9bicttii> fct&{l fanii aber auc^ bUT^ ctn ab|liaIttS$aupt> 
toort von cntf^ie^enbcr Scbeutung erfe^t Kttbm, XotUftt ndt 
einer ^iSpofltion tute in, of angefügt UiTb. 

The platform or stjlobate coniiats of three atep^ th« appermoil 
of which in 227 fett in Itnglh and 101 in brtaäth (Cbaubebs, In- 
foimat. I. 435. II.). The ihafE was often tat diameter in ktigkt{}. 
436. 1.). Hij buckler scarce n breadth a ipaii, No h>nger fenca W 
he (Scott, L. Minitr. B, 17.). Valerian, the late censor, wh«n 
innited with Che parpte, wa» iixty year$ of age (GmBON, Decl. G-) 

X>ie $rat)Dfition fädt Bietoeilen vor bem (Snbflanlit 
fort, Ivfibrenb bcr boranoe^enben änaaPeftimmnng bie $rif oftim 
of BeigegeDcn if) ober aa^ \^it. 

Since then, a nnmber of othera (sc. iron bridgea) hav« beea 
conitracted, of 80, 90, tmd 100 fett »pm (Crambebb, Informat. I. 
447. IL). It..conBist< of a aingle arch 101} /wt ipau (ib.). 

Snbtji^ ft^It bem @a^ mit betn Scrb be Sftn ttaä) bei Öiui> 
tiUKbe^immuns bie Angabe bei^tmenfton, ®tSrfe, SntFci' 
nung unb beä flltexe, [o bag ber ®d}dn einer ^ritoifatisai 
Seltimrauna beS ©nhicneS entflebl. @ine fol^e ^efUmimntg tritt 
mit ft^einoar ottributit) bieueilen jutn ©ubf^anli». 

My absence was not tix monilu (Shaksp., Com. of Err. 1, !■)' 
WhatI ia the king but^f« and hetnly thoiaand? (II Henry IV. t, 
3.). I niBintain that Fetersburgh ig sigly. degrtts, north laätit 
(OxXMr., Twiee Killed 1, 2.). Yonr daaghtcr'« tweatj. Con», 
JOD at laaat were twatty when yoa mairied: Tbat makea joafbrtj 
(Sherid. Kkowles, Love-Cfaaae 3, 1.). A venerabla man, /ixr- 
tcore and ßve (RooEss, It., Foacari). $ier flnbett t^eibceife nK^ 
toeitcre ffiEtpfen ftatt. 

S)ttft Slusbnideneitett ftnb jum 3:beil buii$ bie Stiert S^ira^t «ngtta^ 

©0 finben fl^ bit abjeftise ber JJimenlionitepimmuiigfn mit ^ W- 
bimben: alle, A sohaffl ho bar »ijff and itroog; 0/ /ourfene /(«<• * 
was long (Ricb. C. de L. 467.). 

Statt bM bem t)TS))ofitionaIen €)li(bt Mscstbentn flbjctthi old triff 
man bort aber bie ©ub^antitK eitle nnb age , xoüiit ^ä) nie onben tV 
^afte eubpantiH, bie im 91tite. angefflgt tcerbnt, iif »elften t^Rnra: 
A childo o/* uMut yeres elde (Alis. 4885.). Whesne hj habbeth bta 
ofßftene vmUtb tlde (5005.). Of twBnty vyntret ag« {BOIÖ.J, ©aI6|. 
TUl t>att he waxenn wau, annd neh (^ IrnUtj mtmlerr eldt (Oia- 
3206.). Patt he wata her Og' ehJiie dajhm elde (4156.). |)aCt CM 
waa qf Fovtteerrtij dajhet* elde (7701.). Aood ta» ta ehiWi» 
Bwulltena {xer Off taejjerai jertu elde (8019.). ffllon Wieb Bii|l 
»BBifl Bflt Über ben bem ©ubftonti» elde »ovanfle6«ibtn fiofn«, unb rt 
man of mit elde jn tatiftiairen ^ot. UebtigenS iat It^on bat jalbf. M 
Möge of mit bet Btitbeftimmima: pa {»t child we« qf priOa» jv 
(L*Si»i. II. 87.). 

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Ca iZifst b« »idtib bmdb bofl eui^nti» mit on bittet ft^m ba« 
X|f.: FiAig fUiM (m irtedi! (Gui. e, IC). 

b) 8n(4 augtr^olb bcr SJtrbinbung mit Sbjettiben bei tejeii^netnt Art 
BKiben maa%-, SBJeri^' iint) @iabbefliininitngEii im 9Rii> 
laüb geirouc^t 

fnat coD^Kif will you wear yoar farthingsle? (Shaksf., Two 
G«iitleni. 2, T.)- May hia pemicious loiil Rot ha^ a gram a day 
(Oth. 5, 2.). Tb» wretch hath pari confeaa'd hls villaay (ib.). 
kt th« rate of broken siUer, j!i>e »Jnüing» aa ounce (GoLDflu., 
Tic. 13.). Wbat makei the muttcn fioe penee a pound7..What 
maku the beer tAr» jimre a pot? (G. Not. M. 3.) I toIub thee 
■rt a fartkUg (Fikld., J. Andr. 1, 15.) (neben I value not your 
ehviot of a nuh (3, 13.). Noir I'iu DOt a bit coacem'd (Bickebst,, 
Lio». a. Clar. 3, 2.). I only meaiit..tbnt he (eemed a thought 
nih in conferring tba honoar on Ihoie irho derire it not (Scott, 
"Sl. Baj 4.). It is tvery cmm as good u oew (Bickemt., IjioD. 
t. Clar. 2, 1.). The name of the Company will Boand everg hit 
u well ia yonr ean (Scott, R. Roy 3.) U. C. a. 'Da^tn baif 
»an out^ ioS bom $offe[|{b begleitete fill Tennen, obwohl fiä) bieS 
^te mib ta ate OSjett an ein ttanjitioe« SJerb (injufc6tießen f^eint: 
Hnml and gaze yaw ßil (Shaksf., Tamiug 1, 1.). I'U bear tbee 
beute, wbere I may weep my fiä (III Henry VI. 2, 5. cf. Htunl. 
4, 5.). To pluck and eat my fll l spur'd not (Mar., P. L. 9, 
595.). TboD mayeat eat grapea Ihy fiU (Dedteh. 23, 34.); »Dtnit 
um bgt: Ye shall eat yonr bread tn ffte faü (Lsvir. ä6, 5.)- 

Snbere üffnfatiee ge^ auF ©at^berfarjungen jurfld, bie bem gemei' 

an Seben ange^bren, nie: Mea tbat would go forty guineai OQ a 
pme of cribhage (Goldsh., G. Nat. M. 3.). Toa have conaented 
lo go inAw« in Macbeath (Gay, Begg. Op. 2, 3.) u. tn. a. 

Weft WhtfflttW nfiieni fi^ jum I^f attalotiö-abBtTbien, »ie flt (tit 
ttttfleT 3ett attitnt^Iit^ finb (f. I. 381.), bcfonbet« in negottun ea^en 
Q. I. 396.). 2itT ®t&xsa6) uro filt trinntTt einigennugen an bae fi. lofU 
tamanger, baire,^CTier tc lon soQl. ^Itt. He . , dianck hyi/ell (Rich. C. j>k 
UlSS.). Be piayde wich her oZI Aü/^iZe (918.). ThaC ye may.. se tbs 
■ayden all yonre fille (IrouTD. ISS.). Lcte me wepe myffylle (Cot. Htst. 
L 131.). Sgl- ^Bf' Ic BjUe beora hnngrimn hlftf tö fyÜe (Ps. 131, IG.). 

c) ZiaS SRoog um wie biet ein ©egenfianb von einem anberen jm 
cigentUc^ ober bilblit^en ©inne ilbertroffen toirb über hinter i^m 
jüs^Iei^t, Uirb buri^ ben Sillufati» bejeii^net. ^itS sefc^ie^t 
aoiutitli^ beim fiotn^aratib ber ^bjeftice unb 9bBer£ieti unb bei 
kon bon too begleiteten ^ofitib, fo isie bei äierben, müäft einen 
ftamfniaticbegiin tnt^atten, wie ll&et6ieten, btrtne^rett, ber> 
Binbern n. bgl. 

A fool of )ioyuivr beäer than I waa; But mmy a foot of iand tht 
^tortt (Shakbp., John l, 1.). Sha was Aoo yeori yonnger than our 
heni (F'iEu>., J. Andr. 1, 11.). I was abroad, and at Ui« oDivei- 
rity myMlf, and aerer u nth the betler (Bickcbst., Lion. a. Clar. 
li 1.). That ravolDtioa whicb, a fea gtnerations laUr, pnt an eod 
to the prop«rty of man in man (Macaul., Hiat. of £. I. 23.). 
Hj oncle was a tr^ ikortar than tbe middle lize (Dicsura, Piekw, 
2, 20.). ^aSfcc üUif. WluU are you bttter^ meddluig fool, than 

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they? (Btk. p. 324.) — The chupeat of ns ü ton tfroat» too 3t» 
(Shabsp-, Bich. II. 5, ä.) But now I aee this one ü om too «Mi 
(Bom. B. Jd. 3, 5.)- That wiih now comes a da^ too hat (Shxl- 
LRy, Cenci 5, 1.). He abandoned this plui ai being « tAnfe Im 
mclo - dramalie in the eiecation (DiCitiMs, Pickw. 3, 30.). — He . . 
ODerivy« ma Almoat tA« Mim he pays (Shaksp., Cymb. 1, 3.). Tbe 
difi^rence was ao amall, hü brain OuiweigKd bis rage bnt )u^ i 
gram{Bxyih., Had. 1, 33.). Horridbookl It will bt inermted tomt 
pagea sood (Oxenf., Twice Killed 1, 2.). No princa, nor p««r, 
ahall bave just cause to ssy — Heaven ihortai Hany'B happy lifo 
one day (Seaksp., II Henry IV. 5, S.). Thsf (ac. the eohnuu) 
dminüh Mrtte« mmalei in diameter from bottom to top (ChambiM, 
Informat. I. 435 U.). 

Stcfc SSenwnbung bce attafatie jui S9cih<^i>"nfl ^ £iffei;cB| «$1 

auf ba^tI6< $nncip jurüd, toit bic ntittt a) unb b) angtgcbcnes %i1u, M 

iß fic n^ in iüngnn 3dt twit» auegebt^l uoiben. 3m 9Uc lUAoi 

uh, uo ntc^t )u JlbWTticn eTJlartte gomten btm ftumiaTatiblicsTifft M' 

gegcbtn fmb, in unterem gallt befenber« bit ^xi^e^iliott be, by mit €iii> 

fiantium wnncnbct, oclcbc ni>i^ im Vleut. gebiaui^t niib unb todtt im 

»at. 6«m flompatoliö «fi^ien. ©. b. ^i5l)0(. by, 3m Äpt. putib jna 

Ä&til ber Snfirumtntafi» btim fiomparati» jin Ängote ber 2)if|(vtnj, töio 

!>? ({>*) l»*i lij Tjrse, fij bet; Bgt. eo roinas. Longe Äö geomoc (üw 

langer the more welcome) (Cod. Esoh. 110, IS.}. SaniGcn b<r SÖÜ», 

ttic bti bcm IsmbarattVai ter; ^«^ mnlmm OT (Sax. Cbe. 1054.)- Hit|a* 

bem jeigt fl* auct, ntbm ÄnufatiB-ÄbBorbira , Ui Wta\aüb son w- 

{tantiMn: Ne gang ^n, mdim, atme titpe furdor (Job. 10, 13.). 5e 

lichama tü4 ifwmie hr^ra |iMre firyb (Bbda 580, bSm.) (uw ipaiw 

frttltc^ au$ bcr Zlatib fein lann). 

4. ^e abcerbiält SSefltmmtina bet Seife taiirb Kten but^ ben Ubf 

fflfiB eine« ©ntjianti» auSgebrfiilt, wie nanienttif^ butil^ baB ©. w«. 

gnise, befonbnS in Bufiinnicnfeguitgen. ^ l. 381. SDa^in mag na 

auä) way »(^nen- @- ®- 163., unb toenio onbertB. 

Have yoQ a rafBan, that will..rob, murder, aud commit The 
oldest sins the ntviett Und of irays? (Shaesf., II Henry IV. 4, 4.). 
Old John of GauDt..hath geüt pott- hatte, To entreat your nuye*^ 
to vUit him (Rieb. II. 1, 4.)- 

3}ai HÜL ift tuify xtii^tx an abberbiaJm VRufoliMn ber Kit unb Sot^ 
befonbtra mit ©tjng auf Betttguna; Away he rod from beom god «iad 
(Alis. 232.). He is conüng god ipeid (3441.). Fülle »one after Thomtf 
better pat he >ped {Lakgt. II, 269,), I tolto my sone and ran ffod pai. 
To Bchjp agayne (Octouiak 1868.). LeK ai ryn/oJe koU (TcrWB. M. p. IM,). 
3)ief( ÄnebrUrft (timttra an oltfr. gotmoi, tdt iinel le pai, ehalt pai, cbwi 
1e pied u. bgl. 
5. !t)ei ifffufatib ald ifafuS itSObieUei btS Z^atisfeitSbegilfftf 
bcjeif^nct cntttcbn ben ©egenfianb, uel^ei but^ bie 3:^Sligttit $»' 
voigetiiac^t, ober iveldieT, unabhängig »on berfelben cat^bei, 
»on beifelben beifi^rt toirb. 

Wä Cbiett in btefer Scbeutung tritt bei Sffufati» jaai ttanfiti* 
Den 3<itb3orte. 3n Uebereinflimmung mit ber geTinanif<^eti unb i» 
tnonirt^en @)>rac4e Utiht baS ffingtifi^ ^infl(^t(i(^ b« ^d^^uibtung bd 
^eivorgebrai^ten ©egentianbeS, bie KbIDeitqttttsni betreffen bei 
hcta^tten (Segcnflottb. SM^renb anbete ®fci^at nur bcD il 



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ftiatt XetftUtSt bttüSitttn ©egenfianb buii^ ben SRiifatib bqet4> 
■ta, b^ ba« <Sii()Iif(6e bitfen jtafu4 auf entfernte» trab s6erf[ä(4ä> 
^ Ixjt^tmgai ber 3:^tigleit ui einem ©egenßanbe and. 

ffienn tstt afti« 8erb in ba« ¥affi» »mijanbelt twrb, fo taiirt bei 
te (Snuirlnnfl etleibenbe ©egenftonb jum ©ufcjelfe ber 3i^£tiglett 
nä ße^l im nominatib. ©Ui^top^I ttitt bn aifuFatib ou^ jnm 
St#o aU <Sa4o6)cIi SDa« l£n0(tfd»e ^at biefen fiiflnifd) beaiOnbeten 
@ehon(^ flfler fem ^rincip unb fein nift>riingli<i^ä ^aag ^inaitd 
ntüoL 

*] Z)CT ^ecboTgeBiai^teOegenflanb erft^nt a\9 iat IErge6ntg 
einer X^Stialeit, fd e« bag bic bilbtnbt X^fitigteit einen bor> 
^oibcnen ©toff «orfinbet ober biefen feI6er eijeugt- 

God auid* llie ßrmamenl (Geit. 1 , T.)- God . . Who didst ercotr 
llftt beit and bemUroti* bting» (Bts., Cain I, 1.). They ertettd a 
ttrtmg Kall betwMa the Fdtha of Forth and Clyde (Bobbbtb., Hift 
ofScDtl. I.). The; titaUiiktd Ihree nnf kinpdonu in thia island 
(Ucn, Hiit. of E. 1.). BjuI Goethe «irtßtn noAinff bnt the Bo- 
n*a Elegiee, he woald hold a firat place among Gennan poeta 
CUwra, G. II. 80.). 
flSt Cptai^e^a (Hmmen hiermit fitertht. 
b) Utfiitfin^ti^ intranfitiue 3eitlD&rter, toenn fie auc^ fonft nic^t 
Sit IranfitiM bencenbet finb, nehmen nidit feiten, jumal in bet 
i>i4tmig, einen Xßufatie von bemfelBen äßortjlamme jn fic^, 
bMb^ cae (SrgeBnig ber in fld) befi^loffenen S^tigteit old ein 
Obiett berfelBtn enthält. 

I woald fain die a dry deeA (Shassp., Temp. 1, 1.). l'd slmott 
be njp life again (Tsnnys. p. 8<>.). We have dreami a dream 
(GiR. 40. 8.). Well hott Ikon fought ihe better ßght (Mar., P. L. 
6, 29.). 'Wbo nerer touch'd Th' excepWd tree . . Nor tinrCd Iky «» 
(U, 425.). Hb ligk'd a ripA, and pray'd a prayer (Scott, L 
Hinrtr. 3, 5.). 8w:k a tUep They wUtp (Tbmkys. p. 191). Zxm^ 
fltiM Servil, Ufl^e fonft auf einen an f![^ eor^anbenen @egeuflaRb 
tcjagen »erben, finb analog 6etianbelt; Nor ttrike tmt *lroke for lifa 
ud death (Btr., Bride 4.). We will hiat tutet kittet (Tenktb. 
p. 44.). S6en ba^n (ann man SBortftiiele rei^nen, loel^ auf 
ta gefingertes SBort Sejug n^men unb jum 3^ei( neue SerBol' 

HUimgcn bnronlaffen: Graee me no yroc«, nor aacle me rd mcle 
(Sbaksp., Bicb. D. 2, 3.), ThmJc ine no thankmfft, nor proud me 
■0 proad* ■ (Rom. a. Jul, 3, 5.). 

9u4 tsirb ba« O&ieft buri^ ein SBort eon einem anberen 
Stamme Bejetc^net: And Death grmtid borrible a ghatüy muH* 
(Max-, P. L. 2, 845.). Knberc »eifpiele f. I. 312. Öei Setben 
ber »tBeflung Berübtt PÄ ein Dbjett betfelfeen bisweiten mit 
bem D&en angefS^rten Sftufatib bet JRaumteflimmung : From them 
I yo TMi «acottU errand lole (Milt., P. L. 2, 826.). 8Cnf fi^nlt* 
4ä SnfifranungäiDcife beruht bie ffonfhuttion von bo flatt m^ 
Snte4 bnSetMgung mit bem HRufatib: I wtu bred a sea-fiu-ing 
Bau, and kave b«m iTinny ooyayet (Field., J. Andr. S, 17.). 

3it Stf^nlHt blefer XitebnidcnKifcn fft ju erteü^nen, tag fle im Site, 
«it tu^ grBfiner Sediert t/Atautfi tterben unb f^M im Kjf. nmritbt: 

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17S n. X). Sott. u. «nefOsuns. I. »f<^ ffiBttfSeuna. IL £. ab». ecthfL 

Vßt. An welU deth ibilt thoa daye (ßica. C. db L. 687.}. 1 nui Hm 
a <»; jTod &/ (Shuik Saqes 1667.). That tu Uie wenH dw«S)nji 
Aat em datlh/d Richard (Rich. C db L. 4S87.). €^^t ffXeS^ääi 
Mivb )n tTonptiMn Snben bic nbllriiftt S^fitistnl, vxiiit aai^ jn tincm 
(onhcten Sügibnig vxiita lann, ^mjugefügt; pe oliei dojtec he Mehdt 
^o ^o( «oiTi« ath/ng (B. of Gl. ]. 30.). Now may ys here Ihe wyn- 
n^9, T^ot eher uon Richard (Ricn. C. ne L. 6113.)- Who theiiDe 
AotA Oiat dedf i-donel (923.) To inO[i;r cttaea «mda MnditA (Alis. 
3908.). A »yghiU I law (Sir Auadas 2Sa. cf. Rten. C. de L. 4861.). 
G«ntiliche hii lalt ItUüh (Alis. 3144.). To wh« «rnTehipe igtifc je 
tAu iim^ (Cov. Mybt. p. SO.). A ikarppt lehote I ihoU (p. 45.). 
He ji^e ChBED ffsfflei ay (Soi Ahadas 138.). Lolce ja do it welle, And 
theron H jtnol ha/tt (Tdwn. M. p. 51.). He had Ued ttt mfchd 
Uood (Aug. 5863. cf. Octouiak 515. Cov. Mist. p. 163.). an4 
«nnnit go tin DBjelt JU Ili$: 3fyn nvmJ shaJla thou grathlj ga (Towi. 
M. p. 268.). $al&f. pB ic(j ha kU hod (Laj/lh. IL 96t.). Sonde he 
' mub Bone (IL 5GS. ef. IlL 4.). JElc 7(m fa.ier «zkI« (IIL 47.). «g|. 
Bt ^MikI htora n/ be retS&ce (S. Babil. BexuD. 9.). JA fe^«iim 
htora Uf äfter sce Bcnedictui regale (Sax. Cuk. 1087.]. Td (c= tri) 
foU-se/eoht grfuhlon (887). pät ^niin /« he koti Tid Harold eori (106J.). 
ponne ^a behät behiEUt (Deuteb. 33, 21. cf. Geü. 88, 20.). Dhiai 
rihtne döm [Juh. 7, 24.). Set5 ipxc >%« ic tpäc (12, 48.). Ne rüm 
nfto inaD n&na nmne (Le41u. Cnl't. I, B. 16.). Sc öder [ia ^il ttont 
genorhu (ib. 78.). Sangat ic riiipe (Ps. 26, 7.). 

Qciianfig tnagbcrpTd^jofitionaftn ©ticbci gebälgt lonbts, inbaitii 
tfn @u6pantis g(ci(^cn Stamme« mit bcm 3<ittBoitc Mtbiniitt; 
They taere aitanühed <nI/( a great tutonü/tment (Makc. 5, 42.). Ko 
Ufe that ireathet tcith haman breath (Tknnysuk p. SOS.). Veütd ä 
her veü, erovmed toxth her tilnuT ermcn (Roüebh It., The Nnn). — IBid 
ScfalCat an bcr Stticbertc^v ftammbntcanbtn Bfsriffc unb ^tti^n&igc 
cnimtrt jum t^vi an bic altt Slciauttfl jum Stabtrim, nnb tobt bn4 
oB^He mit tonfrett ©utjiaittiöt Beim MTOaitbttn ät'lwrte ttfritbiff: 
W.U. Wxlh lali/t trewe to iham «e teüe That €17« dothe leT« (Cor. 
MiBT. p. 154.). Witk eyghl da I je That thoa art no« qwjk (p. 37S.). 
Sir Clegea knelgd on hit knt (Snt Ci.bcf.e 166. cf. Cov. Mm. p. IM.). 
^oTbl. Bratm heom imat od mid hii grime nail» (Lajax. I. SS.). IJt^- 
It^ ift im Hgf. Ealle hig vandndoa myedrt vundntnge (Uakc 5, ii.\ 
c) dn vcrtDaiibtfi^aft ju in SnBinbung tine« flammbenoanbtcn tiba 
flmtbeitsanblm @ubflantib mit tintm intianfitiont 3'it>»c'^r o" 
baa Srgtbitii bcr St^tiateit als tiertn Objclt etfi^eineii p lafjen, 
Pt^t bie »eilnü^fung btfl aitufoÜD ü mit (inem -äirtranfitiB, w- 
imiit bafl <£Tgebnig ber ST^äligfeit, teftingleii^ in ber @tfiaii mtt 
unBeflimmttn Di\ttiti, angedeutet uirb. 

In tfaia civil broii, I aee them loj-dmt/ it in London «trwti 
(Bhakbp., n Henry VL 3, 1,). He . . found men eagar enough tu 
lord it over othars, while JodiffeTenl whether they could rdo then- 
Mlres (Lfwks, G. l. 13. cf. Kowe, J. Shore 3, 1. Btr., Ch. 
Har. 2, 74.). Natu» prompti them, In Bimple and low tUagi to 
priaee it (Sbaksp., Cymb. 3, 8.}. Nor ahoald that natioo boasl il 
•o with ai (I Henry VI. 3, 8.). Sha smeepg it throagh the court 
with troopB of ladiBB, >fore Hke an emprew thau doke Bomphn;'! 
«rife (II Henry VI. 1 , B.). Lenis of France ia sending ont . 
maBkera, To reeel it with him and with hia bride (tll Heniy VL j 
B, 3.). To tha luciriona pipe and wantOD aong, Tbat cbam dowi | 



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fsv, tbey fraiic it along (Cowp. p. 13.). Pernicion« protoctor.. 
Tliat tmootk'il it ao with king and coomonweal (Shaksp., II Hant; VL 
2, 1.) (obwe^l baS SStri an p* Iranriti*» iP)- Tha» to coy it.' With 
ooe who kDOWB yoa too (Rowi, J. Shore 2, 1.). Mf MeUnda 
atqattttt it with every feltoir.Bba sees (Pabquhab, Recrnit. OGBc. 
1, !.]■ FrououQce joar thoaghts, are tbey stiU fix'd To hold it 
oat, BDd figkt it to the lost (Addis., Cato 2, 1.). 1 batOt il ■guDst 
him. M I battled In bjgheat beulen ^Byr., Cum 2, 2.). l'A foot 
it with e'er a captaio in the country (Sberid., Riv. 3, 4.). In tbo 
enening 1 tr^t it U> Ingeratooe (Kbmp, Nina Uaiea Wonder p. ii. 
ef. p. d.). But not so light m to be borne Upon tha Mi» of 
«Unding com, Or trip it o'er the wtter quickei Thaa witchea 
(BOTL., Had. I, ii, 103.). Merry elves Cheir morriue pacing . . THp 
il dett and merrily (Scott, L. Minatr. 1, 15.). I oever feit what 
the diatresB of plenty was in an; one ahapa tili now — to traoel il 
throogh the Bourbonnais (Strrke, Sent Jonrn). We can wott il 
periBctly well; we want no coach to cnrry ng now {Goldsm,, Vic. i.). 
3?ag abiigenS aut^ ein auf (ein befliinrnteS iSubftantiti juiÜdtttffl^* 
icnbeS it aU ein uon ttx ^^ätigfeit uimb^dngigee Objefl auftttten 
lann, Eeibet (ein Sebenfen: But in defoats tba passive »tont Ära 
aiways found to »tand it out Moat desp'rately (Butl., Bud. 1, 2, 
1035.}. Sgl.: He cannot stand it (Sterne, Triatr. 8h. 6, 6.) mit 
9(iug auf einen borange^enben ®a^. 

Ibtt QtUauäi itat9 it, nt!(^(« grogcnttietl« ai9 plcenafüf^ «ngcle^n 
Wibm fann, f^m jl* «p in ber jfliiBtrm SpTü^Uxriobf wrfeieitrt ju 
(abcn. S)afl KItfr. fo totnig ait bnfl Jlgf. ttm t)iK6ei »en Hinflug, gilt 
iit Snucnbung tiiuc neutcalcn gOtwctte, wd^te a\t ifUeaa^^äi selten 
tanu, no4 ttanjitiMn Stilen bietet baS ^0(^bcutfd(K tsie baS 91itb(ibtntfi!^t, 
IM taäi tat btBimfltiitiM dut «oitemnit, ünalogini, j. 8.': 34 ^He ee 
^ nii^t aus; it ^dK bat ^iei nii^ ut; Bei tutranfitiiKn Mt^filt e« fic^ 
ni^t lo, alle, «eifpirie mit Yee, rafully may we ü reu For hym thst 
wu go good and trew (Tuwu. M. p. 271) laden ^ä) tlua fOl bic Sn- 
üabang van it mit dntianfitiuen anfü^cen, ba tsenigflEnS im Jlgf. hredran 
f3t tnttanlUn) getten mug. 
■1) Der fcetioffene ®egen(laiib, jwetti&ec ber iri)ätißfeit aeflen- 
Bieifte^t mi x>an i^t, im eiaenl(i(^en ober dbetttafltnen ©inne, 
berQ^, betcegt, ergriffen, bemaltigt, ueränbert ober Oernit^tet tDtrb, 
unb fomtt i^r ^\tl auSnia(^t, toirb ebenfalls burd) bm C6it(t9* 
aRnfotib beietc^net. Om Uiitet:fd)tebe Dom 3)atit) tiueii^netc ber 
flitufatio Itbtr^uttt baö unmittelbare, biiette Si^tl bei ben 
Oegenßonb in feiner @e|ainmH)eit betteffenben !£^ätigteit, 
IDclt^e bcnfettien nii^t blöd anfheift, inbem fie auf ein jtoeited Si'l 
oetit^ i^, ober im äSefentU^en in f]d) bef^loffen Bleibt. "Slai 
englif^^e tilgt t>ie(fa$ biefeu Unterf^ieb. 

$ag biefer Hftufatio oft an bie ©teDe eine« früheren ©enitiv 
imb '^ti» getreten ift, ernärt ftr^ nid^t aQein au« ber im üngel* 
fädififi^en jum S^eil f^on oorlranbenen, im fUtettalifd^en frO^e ber' 
aligeineincTten Soimgtei^^eit t^eoretifc^ ju unterf<$eibenber ffafue, 
ba ja ein ffitfaft bet Safuafoimen butd^ tiräpo^tionale Umft^tei» 
6ung frü^e angebahnt War. ®ie fflertauft^uiifl beruht in nod^ ^B- 
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174 IL ^- Kon* «• eaHttfluKfl- I- tbf^n. ttoctffioinig. II. S). «hg. eitle|. 

jartcmt Untcrfi^itbe gttit^gaitigtr »nrbnt, ußb bie, ni!tei^t(t butd) 
bie Sencift^mig bn Saf uecnbungen , ben ©egenpanb all bat ^id 
ttanfititjft Scrtä gatii allgemein fa§tc, unb intianfüi» 
fßvcba, M irgtnb tteHtt »ejie5ung onf einen ©egoiflonb, ftlAoft 
in franfltibc eertoanbelte. 

On atterct ^tit toar ber Ättufatio fliftwiegenb b« ftafnfl W 

®a(^cBieft(e, lD«t in bor I^at bie $etfon bidfat^ ni^t in bn« 

fetten ^eife ' unniittelbar »on ter lE^Stigtett betroffen nrirb nlS Ht 

@a<^e. übgcfe^en bbn bem gaUe, in melc^ent ^eirfon unb @a4t 

gnglei^ juiti ^T^Stigteitabegriffe treten, ttntb bon bet jQnBcren ^ptaän 

baS ^erfonatoSteft biel »eniget bom ©ac^obidte unttrfc^itbtn. 

3m üdgemcinen ^itt avät fflr bie ^ie^er f^e^BiiQen tranfttiwi 

SSerba Ji)ra(^flBf4ii^tiit6 bie Siegel, ba§ alle Meienwm 3nt»*rtfE, 

tneli^e m ben (Sninbfpra^en beä Qcnalifi^en ein @ac^obj(ft ibcr 

^erfonatobielt itn Htlufatib ju fl^ nahmen , baf^etbe ju aOet Btit 

an4 ini @ngli[i$en als Hffufatib er^lten (a6en. 

») Jßon fijiitallif^em Ontereffe iß bie Sbloeii^ung befl Sndi' 

fd^en uon ber urfptünglit^en Äon(lru!tiDn geflenwartig tronfiti' 

Set fflerba, unb jmifl^fl ber perf&nlif^en 3"l»&rter. ^ 

ISugUf^e »eicbt ^iec oft com gertnanif^en ®tixaud)i ttti @enitD) 

ober S)atiD, tiie vom romani(<^en ber pröiiofitionalen flafiti Mt 

de unb ii ab. 

aa) Seifpiele gerntanif<j^er SJerba ni3gen gunSt^fl folgen. 

So ifi babei ju benterlen, ba§ agf. ^etoo, loelt^ ben @cni' 
tic ober ben JttCufatib be« Objeße« julaffen, ben SRnfatil) 
bewahrt ^aben, bitoeiten aber ßatt be« @enitib bie Umfi^ni' 
bung mit of julaffen. 

mm, A barber ahall Derer eam aütpenee (Sbaisf., S 
Henrj IV. I, 3.). Many «am a painfid and »ervile niitt'an 
(Ibvejo, Sk. B. Engl. Writ. on Am.). 

«8(. eonyon [ommt am bfiuPßPnt mit b. ©enitiu Mr. (Coo. 
Esos. 65, 9. 83, 3. 149, SS. 331, 1 !Co<^ auc^ mit b. Klf»!': 
Be häfd t^t ßat he eamad (Boerä. 37, 2.). ßät (a M 
geearryan (Thorfb, Anal. p. 49.). 

mias. I ahall miss tktt (Sbarbp. , Temp. 5, 1.). The kt- 
»aDts can't mUi thr way? (Goldbw., She Stoops 1.) Hiraj 
missfd kii rigkt traet (Field., T. Jon. 7, 10.), 

aitt. ani^ mit of: Of mecÄ« joy now wil I mgüe (Cot. Mm. 
p. 33fi.l. Of reproche- 'he mayB not my» (SKILTo^ I, 31,). ^ 
f4on$a(bf.: Mußten K^itre cMd (Orm. 8819.). Vgf. nuu<Mi,*Mt)'" 
»ie aitnnrb. müta, ait^oi^b. mü^an, ^btn ben fflenitiu. 

numm (au(^ mit for unb o»er). To mourn a mitdü^ÜMii 
past {SHAxaP., Oth. 1, 3.), 

%i\. mutyan, 9bb. morD6n ra. ®enit, bOB flarfe alf. vara^ 
meom&o mit for. ^atbf. Alle bis [tus] hird-meo inr vore Mun\aA 
wBoren (Lajak. II. 336.], Of mir« mochele »orgen }wt Ith /"* 
h^ihe imumed (II. 13S.). 

«eed. What netd we nny ipur? (Shaebf., JuL Cm. S, '■) 

Nor Sofa theo I meded (Cowp. p. 166.). By tha tbroM 

Wbere kioge themselves need pardon {Evlw., Bickel. 5,^,). 

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tnitatn; ia bn n»iUmn Scbmtutig o«t«m, btnBt^ijt fcfn, {oVlc 
M Sab, in 9naIogU ju S^lfc^ Stgti^en, bm @enitib er^alUn 
(akn. 2m 9lt(. gebraust bal 8. «ui^ uiitmlEnlti^ nit cmcni ^■ 
Inullafufl, bni man uw^l fftr bni Xlbifath: Htcu mn|: Wh&n Aen 
iw(ia:& (F. Flouchh. p. 18G.]- dtn $a[B{. nimmt tt in bem niDbenttn 
Sinnt btc $i;5))of. to }U ftc^: Uppo fremmde meiui {jbU nedam I» 
/in AcOpe (O&n. 6160.}; fonß ßnbrt fÜ} ^iei tu4 neden s= compd 
nrit et Inf. 

iiif«, ofrid«. Slie will not stBy the liege of loring terms, Nor 
bidt m eneotader of uuiling a^aa (Shaxsp., Bom. a. JdI. 1, 1.). 
m bide yow proof (TweUth N. 1, 5.)- ©d^Dtt.: I UiJe My A«. 

— Afflictious abide mt (Webst, v.). To oWe tht angtr at tbe 
Lord (ib.). 

SItt, Of vere bettre noght be Thao biden Ah nglüe (F. Flouohii. 
p. 387.). {^olbf. Swa ich i&i(k arv ich wsUe t>e *agge mite (Lajam. 
L 129. cf. Ul. 412. U. 97.) nebnt Qa iiad ße» wedtnt (1. 41S.). 

— fie dnisCe Arn nan ahidtn (J. 67.). Ke darren beo «m aibiden 
(U. 30E.). Brenaea . . Aü 6n>(Ur n- h«! (L 213.]. 3[g|. iidon, jr«Ud(M, 
difdon, ondUifan, nruüti^'an ^a&cn »n^trrl((aib im Otntttv bM 
JDbjefttd. paaceall..deif<lu(ula« (CADH..919.). EaUe hig ^aiülon Aü 
(Lec. ß, 40.). 6dde ve adr«* aceoloa (S&Cdtin? (Matb. 11, 9.) Oodea 
fiett geanbtdode (Hakc. II>, 43.) wie l3ot^. beid<m Math. 11, 3. Lcc. 
1, 21. IC "Säei) loxaxaX vai) bti SItuf. »oc pät folc tu ZocAarfofn 
jMn^ilj'ende (Luc. 1, 21.). lß^\. Gau.'' Gloas. r. bidaa. Httnorb. bida 
Barttn, einartcTi ^t bot ©tnitiB, in bn Stb. erteilten bcn 
R!Ia[. (0*duAi.i>B 4.). 

btgiA. If I begin tht bailay once agam (Shakbp., Qenr; V. 
3, 3.). No aooner then irai ibe cloth removed thaa >be again 
brgan ktr operationt (Fizld., T. Jon. 9, 5.), 

Xltt. With pitou bertc Am phgnt kath he begann« (Coacc, C. T. 
11341,). ^atb\. A-nan heo I^m fiüttn (Lajau. L 170.). jxu fihl 
ich walle bigiraten (IL 468.). S^f. äginnan, anghtna/n, begi 
(abm gnnräiTgfi^ ben dnfinitiU Bei ^if, tnc @i)t^. dugiaiian. 
fc^mnan, mb. pikaman, higinnan |l(^ aui!^ mit b. Oeuilib. 

brook. I cannot brook thf sight (Shaesf., Jobn 3, 1.). I 
cannot brook thewe hattghty manner» (Mau.., Edw. II. 1, 1.). 
Hy ordera will not brook delay (Biti,w., Richal. 2, 1.). dagegen: 
Klghta like thaie Brook not of glee (Scott, Lord of tlie lal. 1, 25.). 

Wtt Brtmkt ü who »o mjghte (F. Flouqhh. p. 209.). A( browJee 
I tAiM (MW aAan%i (Tuwm. M, p. 12.). ^albf. Swa {utt -te mateon 
heoffoea grißf> A batenn ande Sruitenn (Okx. 10646.}. Bme Ait on 
wanao (Lajax. U. 593, bi») neboi Brouk hit on winne im jAnB- I«tt 
Ssf. trüean (8(b. präehim, brüehan , iSofi). brühjan) iftt gtteS^U^ 
bm (ScnitiD, bot^ auc^ bi«tDnItn btn Xttufati». @. Orein OIobb. 

forgel. Ihere/oryef all former piefi (Shaxsp., Two Gaatlem. 
5, 4.). Ho* long wilt thon forgtt meP (Pb. 13, 1.) Cbd tha 
»orld fordet U? (Bülw., Money 1, 4.) 

Kit. TU Ifor-yat youthe (P, Plouobm. p. 206.). ^lb(. CateUo».. 
farjtxl hit dömu (Lajau. III. 77.). Heo /orjeten A«ra jUlet (I. 235.). 
Koht TtU ne/orjeten (L B91.). 3)ae agl. ttxlvebü forgiian MÜ btm 
fttttit n. SItuf. Hü laoge Tilt [iii Drihten, mln/or^ton; (Pa. 13, 
1.). Na ic ^Ine (a/<?fyit(in t>«nce (Fa. 118, 109.). 

«ML He woOi aMMcy (Skaksp., Hnch Ado S, 2.). »lol ths 



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176 n. tl}. fStxt- u. eaffftgime. I. Mf^n. nmtfitenits. II. Si. ab». e>a||ic)k 

convenatioii icanfed in irit, wm made up in laoghter (GoLtMH-, 
Vic. 4.). I Konl my dauyhter; Sead me taf daughter (Sribid. 
KmowLes, Virgin. 5, 2.). 

3)ai SltQDTb. ^at (in S. ranta, deeus; »gl. 3({|f. An {nng {le ü mm 
(M^Bc. 10, 21. Luc. IS, 23.). ^um OidÜ). abjcttjli t»db, SIUlDlt. 
Tanr mit b. @enitiu sc^Bne, (oute bat ScrB biefen Aafii« oinu^maL 
SlM^ lle^t (B frü^ mit bcm Sflufati». Sltt. I waxe olde andvanlt 
mif myght (Cov. Mist. p. 17S.). O'ttf. AI! t)aU uonMM Criateu AoU 
AU .Innkel)!) inntiU heUe (Ouh. 13380.). 

uifff/. His head b; nature fram'd to we«r a crown, Hii liud 
to tcield a tceptrt (Srakbp., III Henry VI. 4, 6.). 

91te. That mooit eatel tceld^lk (P. Ploughx. p. 17S.), Thri tNldn 
TJu aelthe of chis woclde (p. 174.). Nov Es he bome thit $t utd 
tand ShaUe wn/M at wiUe (Towh. M. p. 12S.)- ^I^t- ^*f^' »«>" 
Ödeme snne (lat mlhle afler his dajen . . fntne Ünedom uaiden (Liju. 
II. 409.). He walde ßU lond (I. 26S.1. Godd [lan oU /w wtrtBi 
tcddtfifi (Obh. 16948. er. I79S1.). Hgf. venUan, voUan ^t hn 
@{ntttS: püC god va!i(i« frUet ■middangtarde* (Boetb. 35, 2. d 
CsuH. 4195.), unb bra 2)ati»: Se (« vd/nm veiUd (CsDM. ISI!.). 
®ot^. eo^dan »i( Sttnerb. valda nt^men btn Sialib;- S^b. «lUu 
btn ©enitib. 

Am(I. I am more serious than my ciutom, yon Mu9t tw to 
too, if heed me (Skukbp., Temp. 3, 1.]. I did not hetd hnmrit 
(LoHOr. I. 173,). I thinlc be ieeds yoa; spenk again (Saiam. 
Knoitles, Virgin. 5, 4.). 

$iilbf. Heo leopen to }>aii |>edde, & fiens king hedd^n (Lijuii. IL 
322.). pe kig Alt «el iiAecfie (II. 373.). Sgf. hMan, h^dan, obMi- 
vnre, cnsiodire, »ibi cavere (at ben ®enitt» Sei fi^: Hiddon hat- 
Ttdfa [CsDU. S51S.); bo^ au^: päc heo ^eAt^ilni halwn mhie (ol- 
canoom menm?) (Pb. 55, 6.) Sa« filHIMtWotlbtt alt[. hnodian #, 
huotan nimmt ebtttfafls btn Otntti» lu ^S). 

3)eT !Ilatiu bei oermanifi^en ffiei&en tritt vSOtQ in btn Vb' 
fatiu über, mo bn8 ©prat^Semufitfrin ben ffirfa^ be« Iiati» bin* 
bie Unifc^rcitunQ mit to aufgiebt. Serba, bie im ügf. ben 3}alit 
wie ben 8fTu[atii> |)aben, behalten' im (SngUft^en ben SUtufotiii. 

ittar frfi^er nigh, At Ungtb ire ntartd our diitant pUet oT 
Unding (Scott, R. Roy äü.). Tbe ahip neared the Imd (Wust, t.) 
' Sa« filtert oigh, nighen, neghen, an bcffen Stelle bol Mm Xn- 
t^atatie abetltitttt Bai ettrettn if), tommt tntcanfbia unb tranfttts m; 
8ltt. It neghed seigh the dood (F, Plodohm. p. 4SS.). Neda ncjUt 
tho neer (438.). When that lore gan nigh m» nere (Ron. or m 
Rose 1775.). They ahaU nevei neigh il octe (2003.). Takt whidi 
ye Wille, bat negk not thal (Tows. M. p. 6.). 3m $alb|. MeiU bS 
Äajue noti mebt Ulttnlf (bitten : patt he juw mujhe neAAjAetn {Cta 
. 9rt92.). piM pan here uJi nehjhef^ [ISBIS.) ; boc^ an<(: J/eUjA^ 
touarrJ me (12794.); nJt Heo nehlehte tovard Rome (Lajav. I. IH.)- 
Ägf. iittton, neä/ikrean, geneälacean tifotbtnt i^ttm UtfpnUlfle v4 
eintn 3)atin. 

lüce, gttne ^aben: I like thi* fair pToetedbtg (Sbassf., ü 
Henry IV. 6, 5.). They Uked her, for ahe wu good (KiH- 
NAQH, Fr. Wom. of Lett. 21.); U. gefallen: It Me* u nfl 
(9haksp., John 2, 2.}. Your coaiuel Ukti mt well (Bowe, I 
Shore 4, 1.). 



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3r bcT Stb. etfalten tft like uetaffd. Sin uiffiiaiiQlf^e Ziatitt 
Bitt Wlcr Siiaxiltn bnr* Bie UrnJi^rriBinig mit to ixittetm: Blte. 
Ther nuy no thing . . Liken to yoit , that msy dindesen me ( Ckadc^ 
C. T. 8S81.). 9mSita\\S, flefet to unmtf^itbrat DbittWhfue, bnfta 
tCB XfbrflltTt). flbngt&t: JA) liktA wel yoare wordes [F. Pijjdghm. 
p. 17.1. if mj «errisa or I may fiten y<m (Ch*uo., TtimI. l, 431.)- 
^af. Sva Bonun iU DnhhHn lüepp (Osx. 4g23. cf. 449G.). Sgf. 
A^on, pUcsre, ^t bm £)atil}: Hit Iteode Herode (Math. 14, 6.). 
dn btt Scb. geine ^abtn f<^ftnt baa S. (rll [(iJU übmjntntm. 
HcOnt^ gc^Elt fi^on ^it^ : At Londone, I leve, füefAirel iny wafrw | 
Aad loaren whan Ihei lakken hem (P. Ploughu. p. 262.). 

htHew gtau^en, CcitTauen, nimmt nit^t MdB ben jl^ttfa* 
tis ber @a^, fonbern au(^ ben ber $etfon ju f1(^ : I do (eKne 
tk mearer (Shassp., Merry W. 2, 2.). Whom he Iwth sent, 
Um J9 btUevt not (JohN 6, 38.). Poor iarM beUmM faUt 
ktcUrt (C;mb. i, 4.). I trast tbea and btUme Ikee (Coleb., 
Pi«. I, II.). 

Xus VItt. i\<m binimteu Co alfl Qinl^itieime beC Satlu ; Jm MMint 
not to Aym (Wrei.TiTB, Job. 5, 88.). ponj jee wolen not bilene fa 
w, iileu« jee to ^ tD«rlti (10, 38.). 3?jrt Aomtiolltutn, UKlc^ im 
Igf. ^t%ü, trifft tnatt fc^on int ^CM-, unb juar mit btm ailitfatlo 
bn So^t: Bi-ltaf fx treuue^e ii-ä/ yüin« nA (Lajak. L 185.) 
ndot bnn ^Ouflgncn Hauen, Heuen: pn mhh me vel *2eu« (I. 126.). 
Soa ich Aire •'«ik inoh (I. 148.). Wel \eh. hit ilettm (T. 186.). 
Ilafde fnte Iceting (U. 204.). S)ae Sgf. ^at bei felf/on Uic b. eot^. 
6« galaubjan b. Statin b. $R^Dn; Ht! ne gelgfde ge UmT (Habc. 
II, 31.). Ge ne gtlSfad ßam f>e he lende (Job. 5, SS.). Oif ge 
n« nelUd ffdSfm, gtl^aä fiäm teoraan (10, 38.), tDO bic Co^t 
glntfam ]Kifotiifimt if). 

/oUin». FoUo» tny i«ert, Bugby (ShaksP-, Sien? W. 1, 4.). 
ni foUou you unto tlie death (Jobn 1 , 1.). Poüma peaee witb 
ill tnea (Hebr. 12, 14). The heart I /oUow (CoUB., Picc. 
5, G-). 

Sftt. Bot tbei youre loore fotinede (P. Plouohu. p. 301.). Criltei 
li>r«..He taaght, and ferst ba folwed il himtelvB (Cajtvc., C. T. G2S.). 
WBf. To/ofljAenn CristeM bunt (Orsi. 6889.). Annd t« biiTl./oüjÄe«n 
CiitteM «to^ (6296.). GSfT {laCt tu rihhc tlt faU,i;heest (4946. cf. 
495S.). Sgf. folgjan toiib gnDB^nlit^ mit btm Satiu, abä an^ mit 
tan SCtfttfattb lon^frt: ÄmtmfclgaA and Merne forlu^aa (Lvc. 
IS, 8.). Grein t. folgian u. (ylcgan, fjrlgiait, fyUgan. 

forjne mit rinfa^eni ^erfonatoBjeft« ip bem tomanift^en p«r- 
doB utgegli^en: Sir, roynl a\t,forgive a foolith moman (Soakbp^ 
Wint. T. 3, 2.). „Can e'or the Emperor'H Majesty firffice mef 
— „Höre thftn forgiee you." (Coleb., Picc, 5, 5.) Hü enemiei, 
tie Said, he forgave, as he hoped to bc forgiven (MacaüL., Hist. 

of E. II. 134.). Iritt ein ©a^otitlt ^inju, fo wirb bem ^• 
fB&aCo&tEtte auä) to gegeben: Wben tb«j bad nothing to pay, he 
fnsikiy forffove tktM both (Lüee T, 52.) neben: He to wfton he 
fitryme mott (7, 43.). 

I)ie fillett ßvcaUjt fd^l baS ^eifonaleticlt o^ne Sa^obiett 

bnm jn gtbxmiitn. Do8 «gf. fltbrau^t forgi/an, forgi^an in btt 

Vtcbattntig remittere, condonare, eeTatben, feltenet, tSufig in fctm 

Gimit eon daie, tredere, concedere, mit b. 3)aL b. ^}eif. u- b. Httnf. 

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178 IL Z^. nm- u. eatfaeana- l. Kf^n. ttoitfOeints- n. $. ato. 6a4h^ 

b. 6a4c. H« Atf Aim £An forget^ (Luc. T, 42.)- ^OT?!^ ä( Ar« 
«ynnn (Grew, Ägi. Poea. n. 289.)- 

wükttand. Killing all those that müalattd Ihan (Sbakip., II 
Henry VI. 4, 5.). Whick could twdve bandred yevg inibbni 
Winds, waBU, and Dortbem piratei' hand fScOTT, HarmiOD 
2, 10.). 

SRil bteftm Aom))o|!tum batf matt baS mit gain in btm @iaiu 
twtt with glifanimm gefegte gaüuay DccErinbett: That I gamiai «qr 
iImiI (Shaksp., Henry VIII. S, 4.). Gatntay it dare we not 
(LoNOP. II. 37.). 

Site. MiglitB we &ny wit SU tnäle uil/utonde (P. Ploughu. p. 10.). 
^alb(. pa imhhte we ^ lafie gatt Wififitttamdarm knd teipfntggti» 
(Ok^ 11479.). Pm ßU wale vtid-ruggm (Lajjix. IL 128.). 6b 

Snba, ml<^{ fia^n mit einem Sati» (enftntiit nmtben, tii/M lEifaf 
bleiben butc^ eine fiaIu8))rJl))erit>on mit bem 06jtMCaIu« wibttnben, 
Ute withsitten, withaeggen. Sitte. Ther rnji^c do huui miAtyU hfi 
dynte (Quwkk 6. Halliw. v, with»iite). No mon ce myji wal it it^fr- 
n^E (ß. ov Gl. L 106.]. Thow ■hnldut not hyi wed icutAii^ (Hs. 
b, Ealliw. T. withMü«).' S)« Sktib tritt 1104 im Qalbf. BimiKiln 
flUtR ^CTVOC: >Mi länge tniit- ttondan (Lasam. I. 60.). Jia Ana vüt- 
•foden (I. 174.). .3m Ssl- ifl bei DatiU ttblic^: Ic «ylle edi mM 
and fisdöm ^(im ne mtgon ealle eurer viderrinnaD vidtUutdan ud 
videnedan (Luc. 21, 15.). Ge vidhogdmi hälgum driÄlne (d»). 
Exo». 139, S4.). 

ScruMnbt ip bie Aonllnittien ber mit giXn )u{amracngefe4ten 3"'' 
mBttet, toelc^t je^t meijt seraltel |inb: Vitt. Eche msn [üc intiSi 
hjmuelE kyng, ojen j«^ Cuar (WicLTPra, Joh. 19, 13.). No am 
schall tu geyne-aeyne (EIallivt., Nagae Foet. p. 17.). Sllntd I ävä 
gantlandi (TowH. M. p. 38.) ^i>Ib|. Jef ^a mitit seine finden >a ^ 
walle ajen-ttond« (Lajam. L 157.). Alle hco aloireD t>at Aeom aj«n- 
ffodsn (L 252.). Sg). Ongannon . . j^tm Sgtn- tlimian (Luc. 11, SS.)- 

feacA nimmt baS bloge ^erfonals^jeft tote bad €a(^Dbjeft in 
lUtufatiC Jlt {1^: To Itack a ieacker iU beioemeth tne (Shaksp., 
Love'a L. L. 2, 1,). The»e tbat do Uack yomg hohes (Otb. 4, 
2.). Beboved bim ttaeh them (Sberid. KNOwi.Ea, Huncbb. 4, 1.). — 
They proreseed to Uach eoeryl/äng (Leweb, HisL »f Phil. I. 183). 

Kitt. So achoa tchnDe tecAyn o^ur (Baluw., Freemos. 41.). Al SCadit 
me Umghu (P. tumofot, p. ISS.). And took it Uoyse« to ttehe mat 
(p. 328.). ^tb|. Duden . . ewa Bnitaa htom laute (Lajam. I. 35.); |4«n 
)Mffit>: Heo toM K bolcen wel ilaht (I. 268.1. Sgf. taeaa ^nt bcB 
SDatil» b. $«f. It. b. XEtuf. b. @ac^ belaean, docere, bat atCo^l 
anc^ btn blogen ^eifonaltufuB aM Stlaf.: Betiecan eädrtt od Kök 
(Obs. Lun. 4, 10.). 

Oani. I Mani /A«e far that jest (Sbakbp., Temp. 4, 1.). H« 
Ikanied the godi for haring betitowed upon him a wifa so futh- 
ful and RO rirtuotis (Gibbon, Decl. 3.}. I thttiik you hamUj 
(BoLW., Lady of Lyons 1, I.). How dotU he Ihani ike En^atrorf 
(C01.ER., Wallenat. 4, 2.) 

Site. & fianied fie burgeU (Labot. n. 236.). 3m ^atbf. ((^ 
not( EfttT bei alte Siatte brr $tT[. ^inbun^: Ich pontu tnine godt 
(Laja», L 843.). Ich ßoithU min« drthU (IL 198.). To fiannliam 
Critt (Obm. 15342,). ÜHe ©ai^e, tocfüt gebunlt wirb, flefit ^ier Bftet 



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im «fluf.: panaia iu God (Out. 4755. 4841. eL 3900.). Jeh hU 
ImkU {le (LjtjAH. I. SlO.). %a. fxmqaa ^t bcn SottD b. ^rrfon: 
Nun [mL seofoD blftltts, and Oode paneod« {Marc. 8, 6.) u. OtBetl best 
Satib b. fnf. bm @tuitt» b, Sat^: Hb ßära gifma gode fiän- 
«ode (Cauu. 3604.). . 

iparB. O, ipare my gviUlt»» ajfe, »ad injf poor dtüdren (Suakbf., 
ffieh. IL 1 , 4.). The; were duigerooB, for thej tpared noiking 
(EwAiTAaB, Fr Wom. of Lett 3t.). The heail clerk declared 
titat tfae time was so baay, Üist h« could not Mpare me (Mah- 
rtat, J. Faithf. 2, 1.). 

HUc. Spille it and «pore it ooght (P. Plouchh. p. 60.). Who w 
fpar«tA lÄ« tpring, Spilleth biM cbildren (p. 79.). ^Ib(. Ifimn» db 
ipiineil (Lajak. II. 214.). Qm Sgl. ^at ipmjan b. 3)atiU: Nfi 
ewrieum nS miputruia . . nB sparode ( Bed. 4 , 26.) ; bo^ <tU<^ btB 
St(u[.: A'dnne ne iporcdtm . . hedrnie n£ rim« (Cod. Ezoh. 138, 
13. cf. 247, 27.). 

tKOÜow. Ai if I had ttnallowed rnom-baä» (Shaksp-, Meny 
W. 3, 5.). It ii u if the eartli had tmaibne'd /um (Colek., 
Wallenst. 5, Ü.), Looking -ae diamal as if he had twaüomtd a 
ieane and tix (MABRyAT, J. Fnitbf. 1, 13.). 

&^m ba< ^1^. Id^t nur bcn Xtlnfntib ju getrauen: CHT 
■De fia {laN waterr iwallk (Orh. 14592.). To ticdljhenn meiuiMi 
MidfeM (10224.). ÄBf. nägaa Jat ben ©fltiu: ponne »veart vUer 
Tonne ralitreimae v»ndan nt^ad tctadum aeyl^uBum (Cadm. 
ISSe.) utib bttt HflnfattV: Sra srä «^eod sond ^one r&n tmlgS 
(Boeth. 33, 4.). 

tUer ftettetn, [cnltlt. Younelf Bhall «leer Me Ai^py Mm 
(Bhaksp. , II Heor; VI. 1 , 3.). It aeeina by hi« Üght mainly 
tbat we sterr 0«r*iliv9 in thia great dimneai (Carl., Patt &. 
Pre«. 2, 8.). 

Sa bfi Scbtut tcnfen, ttaitten I^rint b. S. feit attn 3ttt xaa 
Im Slfuffltiu jn ^i( )U tu^mnt: Site. Had thei . . ifend An» the 
bMtar (Dktob. of Rich. II. p. 30.). The better may vb «tere (A* 
(Up (Towh. M. p. 24.). ^16[. CriBl. .^V. aü fie weortUd tUorePfi 
(On. 11S02.). He ^a..aäe ihafle Mterefiß (3678.). agf. HeSrim, 
i(^n bat in btcfnn Sinne b. St tu f.: He itSred ftone rödor (Bobth. 
39, 8.); baüf tnit btn Siatt», wo^l in hinn anberni Qtbtutung: Meahc 
^ Adatne efl gttt^ran (Cacu. 568.), Smiß ^at in bn Btb. ftentitt, 
iDebTcn biM 8. btn 2)atiii. 3)<i4 Sltnoib. bittet ifjjr«, fttuein 
(t. S^iff), bt^ttift^tn, befcbliflcn, in bei Qbba ^tt« mit bttn 
Datii}. 

ktlp ^c(f en u. mehren. God hdp tke mobU Oaudio.' (Shaksp., 
Uoeh Ado 1 , I.}. He conid Dot A«fp hi* adoralion (Socthkrm, 
Otdod. 3, 1.). $(lfflt>: What'i doae cao't bt keiptd (Marrtat, 
i. Faithf, 2, 1.). 

911t. To htlffi my Lord & myn uneU (R. of Ol. I. 58.). Sd,p« 
aU Am ffrtndü (Defob. of Bich. II. p. 4.). $affib: Harlotes and 
horea Am holp« with iwicha goodei (p. 303.). The kyng np lepeA 
and h^ptth hu men (Alis. G388.). Aüe he heeied and halp (F. PLOuoax. 
p. 403.). ^«(bf. Aruiragiu . . Aelp hii broder (Lajak. I. 395.). pa 
innjhe je wi]>t> clene lif vol hellpenn jure MurteM (Orh. 932S.). SIgf. 
fc^M ^ btn 2)ati» ebti btn Otttititt, nric Qetb. h^pan btn 

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®tnittu: Bredvcaarigum help (Cod. Exon. 3S, II.). ponne gc 

Ay™ Awipon (83, 10.). 

haita. Nono of woman boru thtW han» Macbeth (SsAKSr., 
Mach. 4, I.) 

Xiice S. \^tmt ftit alttr 3ctI btn Vttufatitt )u ^Itn: V.Üt. Ne 
härme nother horte the hygheat (Dtfos. of llic«. U. p. 3,^ Thil 
karmfd hau harde (F. Plouuuu. p. 481.). $alb(. Me mihle [lis kingei 
folk of ham anne Aaremi (Lajau. I. 27. iülig. 2:.)- S^* ''" ^ 
iA(;nn«tt (H. 185.). IS« bifbet [i^on ein ^affin: Beo loeorni awidc 
ihwrmede (II. 498.). Sotn agj. /inormjan ^obe iä) Itht Stitt«! bw 
Aonftruttion mit {incm fiafu«; nac^ atulogie bte Slt^et^b. hanncn 
»flibt (9 ben 3)atiB(xfo(b(tn. 
ßß) 9toinanifij^e ^eiba, V)üä)t da ober k erforbnn, nehmen m^' 
f<i<^ ein einfai^ee £36ielt im Sfriufattb ju ft($. 

(Betten i|l bet Uetteigang beS mit de atiQAn&p\tta Sa.\ist, 
toelc^er einem urfprflngti^en ©enitib ober il&Iatib entfprit^, in 
ben äflufati«. 

joy, enjoy. W«8 e»er king that joy'd an earlhiy tirmtf And 
uould command DO more content tban I? (Sbarsp., tl. Heaiy Vi. 
4, 9.) Eiyoy % triampk but not in mj sight (BuLW., Ltäj 
of Lyons 3, 1.). 

*Biv [e^tti &in Bon ber ÄonftntWon mit in o6, ttie wir flber^aniit 
(et aQen genannten Serbelt i^re Qcr&inbung mit ^rSpo^tionen Mf 
ISufig nitl^t berüdfic^tigcn : Jdte. pe disciplU j<iyj<(fen, Pe lorde teea 
(Wici-YPPK, Joh. 20, 20,), m irbtlTen ein SBebenJo^ bnri^ boe aMolOt 
^flltici)) eTfe^E f^rint. Alle men j(»/e thä tyght (Cov. Mtsi. p. 341.). 
ätoifler tfl bae Sompojltura enjoy, attfe. goir, jmr ijl mit de fmipmirt, 
bo4 fluij Biltteilen mit bem ObiefWfafu«. S. m. attfr. Ziebei 

XXV, 47. 

doH6( furzten u. Ee^teeifeln, }teeifetn, (Sgt in ber legten 
iSebeutung äu^ of ju; boc^ ge^en 6eibc ^ebentungen in ttttonbei 
&Ui unb geflalten bie ßotijlntftion mit bem (logen Objeftätafitf: 
I doabt »ome foid play (Shassp-, Hamlet I, 2,). „In thst, and ill 
tbingE, will we show our duty." — »We dtmbt ü notfaing." (ib.). 
If there be any who doubts aU Ikis, let bim read tbe Dest cbqi- 
ter (FiELU,, J. Andr. 1, 7.). Dou6( you Otts tmlh? (YoONG, 
N. Tb. 6, 594.) I doubt ihat, father (Mabbtat, J. Faithf. 1, 
12.). I do not doiAt hü aorth (Coof., Spy 4.). 

aite. Lntel he dovieA Godei myht {Wbioht, PoBt S. p. «IS.). 
Bot he Bballe com, Ihal dotet we not (Towh. M. p. 1G9.). Ättfl. Ne 
ne paet nola dotier de la veriieit. (Les Quatss Livbks iiai Boa ed. 
Leroux de Liacy p. 556.). 3n b(I Stb. fflr^ttn ^t fl^on fc. 8^. 
b. ai(u|atiC: Ne homme doI que Kaom doatatt tont (Bon. db Raoci 
i>E Cahbuai ed. Le Glay p. 107.). 

$au(ian ifi bie iSeiioanbluns be« ©ubftantib mit k, tote ber im 
gtanj&flfc^eii nod> erhaltenen giejtonafotm befl Siotie, bei älteren 
unb neueren SSerBen in ben SRfufati». ^ ber %Kufatit> neben 
bem ©iibflantib mit a fte^en tann, lie^t 'tai QngUrd^e ben ein' 
fa({)en Cbjettafafue bor. ^n einjebten g&IIen toitb atn^ bec 
(otciniMe UwtiB tabnr^ bertreten. 

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p. it'27.). Let me firat induige Ihr Tiataral feeliai/i of a num 
(RooERfi, It^ Foicari). 

2)iM 3't'^(*^> VtI4<* on^ init in tenftnitrt »iib, ift eine iftnam 
Siai^btlbuna M Int. tiHiuJ';7erc , mliitS bcn Sati» 6d M Wr alt«' 
l^ttmlü^ fmltc^ atr4 bcn Kttnfatio (Tercht. Euh. 2, i, 16.). 

aeape. Stilora thaC eseaped the areci (Shakbf., Merch. of V. 
ä, I.). MoDnouth escaped both Üie sea sad the tnemy (Macauc, 
Bist, of E. II. 141.). Tbou bast acaped the fierce caprica of 
Bichelien (Bdi-w., Richel. 2, 1.). 

Site. UDnetnB fro ^t fGlons atcaped he fiat leo (Lanot. IL S9S.). 
That he 00 mjght« deth tueape (Ai.ia. 1348.). 9laxft. iehapper da 
ttnb h. Sttfr. Alqante» qni «n uca^erenf (Brut. 6206.). Qoides me 
la aeaperl (Ogier ck Danbil SSS3.), lue me bet S>iitin i{l. 

applaud. Dost (hou Irland my choice? (Sbaksp., T. Ändron. 
1, 2.). I applaad thy jtutice (Rowk, Fair Fenit, 4, 1.). 

Kft. Tonte la conr kä appUmdil (Acad.). J'applaudiä A eoM 
d^BO«*n»en< (ib.). Applaudir an* piice, un acTeur (ib.), 

oppose, toiberfie^en, fii^ icife er fetten. He did oppote Ait 
fot (Shaksp., Tim. of Ath. 3, 5.). If yet he cao oppoit the 
miglüy lorrenl That bears down ßome (Addis., Cato l, 2.). Thou 
wouldat oppote thy father tfaen..? (Colbr., Pice. 2, 7.) SnbCld 
Mi^U fi^ oppoae gefltiia6etfltllen. 

3)a< Be>lU»n ift tin «ngtif^m nie fm grangafllc^ni iüngeien Ut« 
fpnmgi; oppom in unfnem Sinne entfirci^t btm fr. «'oppoBar h. 

o6ey, ditobey. I obey the mandait (Srakbp., Otb. 4, 1.). The 
ttA hi* rod obtya (Milt., P. L. 12, 212.). I am ready to obey 
yoa (Coleb., Picc. l, 12.}. Tfaen yoa refuse to obey my ordert 
(Taylob a. Reade, Maiks 2, 2.). A *eMe] ob«ys her lulnt 
(Webst, v.) Hail, many-colour'd meseenger that ne'er Dost 
, ditoiey tlu mfe ot Jupiter (Skaksp., Temp. 4, 1.). 

Site. Fortune . . wold him obeye (Chauc, C, T. 15964.). 1 wil 
yoare hat oheye (8534.). Herjo, helle, and enhe joure byddyng 
miut obeye (Cov. Mvst. p. 237,). Kote im BIrue. obedient, obedience 
ii«6 mit to lonflniirt loetbeti, (o fril^tr ou^ oft bae S«b: I wol obeye 
Vräe your wiUa (Chauc, C. T. 11015.). Alle Ehjuge mnst obeye 
to Ooddyt look (Cov. Mybt. p. 209.). Alle thynge obepk to ihyn 
iimde (p.lSO.). 3b akom grtsax enatet obeyed and lowCed (Seeltom 
L B.)' Sttfr. Ai reit deivont tref bien U preUt obeir (Thom. t. Cahtbsb. 
ed. Bekker p. 67.). 

moHBCe, entfagen. ThU vmrld I do renoanM (Shaksp., 
Lear 4, G.). Fain irould tliey have . . Made tbee rmmnce thy daty 
aod thy Aonaur (Coleb., Picc. 3, I.). Thua I reHOunce the world 
and Korldlg t/Ungn (Oogebs, It., Tbe Nun). 

3)tc« im g^an}Bfi|<^en tote hn <£nalif4eti ianßtxt 3«ttiMrt nimmt in 
bcn onfleaeBeneii Sinne »ie im Sat. remtnciare ben Stitit), \a im 
gran)B|. getuB^nti^ k ju fii^: RenoTteer ä la couronne, aa monde, 
h vne eiitreprite (Acao.); bo^ aut^ ben Ällut.: H a renonci ton , 
Üen/uCeur (ib.). 

Ttiitt He haih resisted lav> (Shaesp., Coriol. S, 1.). Mon- 
montb could not reriat the clamotir (Maoacl., Hist. of £. IL 
141.). 

gianj. ritiiUr, tin jlhlBm« «nl , ftat ti : Qoi penl r4*Utir ä ia 

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ILX^. Ont- IL eoWgong. L«6f(^. CaerifOstniB- n. 3). ato.6o|gt4. 
wilonti de Dien? (Acad.); anf^ eontre Oii 8at. reiltte» eonln, td- 

rarmilt. We will retembU y<m in th&t [SHAsep, Merch. of V. 
3, 1.). For Kcä and good it ioü raraiilet (Lohof. II. 37,). k 
Btiff bandeaa of leather . . rttaiMing a Coronet (Scott, iTuhoe 1.]. 

Ute. The wne . . Buemhkth wel the uufetM (P. Fi^uokm. p. S4S.). 
The lot^ rabj raddei ^eiemAb tu« rote buddet (Skeltoü I. SS.)i 
ZlngCStn ttlit to: Zb Im» tibbynge men The Urke U rfemHed (P. 
pLouGHM. p. 243.). SgL Tb an aungelle rMeniioU« (Gowbb, Hl. i. 
Hdliw. T.). %Ifi, rMcniJisr, 9tfi. reMSBi£;er mit k obn S)lltt»: C« 
Ell mietiAle A tim jierii [Aoad.). JU te rei$embleat de visagt (ib.). 

pardon ^at ciu(^ boS einfa^c ^tifonaktidt im SRufoth) Id 
p4f "li^ f^tft baS (Sad^O^icIl: Pardon, old fatber, my niiriattq 
eyt» (Shahsp., Tarn. 4, 5.]. I haue . .pardond Ott deeriotr (Temp. 
Epil.). Pardon htm, m; friendi (Bulw., Bienzi 5, 3.}. $af[.: And, 
pardnn'd Titaiu, iteal from Jove the fire (Bclw., K. Arth. 9, TJ. 

Sft- pardoner, pardoimer IDit Slfr. jrordonner \at bttt Satil) tCC 
^Clf Ott eber k bn (1i$ : Le roi ü« ^aedonna ( äcad.). Pardotntr i 
fueiju'un (U>-)- Pardoimex h ma fratuMtt (ÜiOi IVB OUC^ bic €>^( 
tKrfetiifciit ä\6)ÜaL tUtt. All ii pardtmcd (Csadc, Couk of L 
268.). 

pUatt gefallen, tclteben uitb ditphtue tnigfalletu An 
it ple«« your inonkip (Sb&xsp., II Henry IV. 5, 3.). Teil mj 
ladj I am gone, Haomg düpleat'd my /ather, To Lanrence'a edl 
(Rom. B. Jnl. 3, 5.). It will please htm betl«r than any fonul 
acceptation (Mabky^t, J. FaithC 2, 1.)- Notbing pUatt* im 
(Shebid. Knowi.£s, Virgin. 1, 1.). 

Stltt. To irfeten (he puph (P. Plou&bu. p. 465.). And ai it fb^A 
that byj miigeti4. Alle thjnge xal laste and lenger Dovglit (Cov. Utr. 
p. 191.). No thine..that may dMjilMen me (Chauc, C. T. 8381.)i 
au^ mit to: It ditpUteth io Ae Juggei (p. 159. IL). . Sfi. ^aitlr, 
plaire unb daplaitir ne^mett bni Ziatib iitib ä: PUumi on l D» 
(OciEH DE Dasbu. 10094,). DaplaitoU h moi (S. Gn&iomE, Di*l L). 
S>oäi »irb f^on ^Sufig bcr imbqeic^ett fta|u< gtfttt: Se DU»; ptaüt 
(BoH. DK Rou 12a79.). Moult plaüoit bien :§aJeAadtn (L'Obd. de 
Chsv, 210.). 

dtmaid fragen, 1)at im SHIufatio itx Werfen: Will ybo, I 
pray, dtmmd thtU demi-dnii, Why ha hatb tbus aimtai^d ny 
■Dal and body? (Sbaksp. , Oth. 5, 2.)- fonfl aut^: Yod «iU 
(Armand o/ me, why I da this? (Meaa. f. Ueas. 1, 4.) 

2k4 in ixt[tx ^ebrutung tHtiig Ü6[ti^ Sec£ fi^rint, DbUn^l bat lnt1taB> 
twirtt demandaanC = plaiDtiff, |vi( b. @uft. deniand ^= quntian, all ftnb, 
ojl in jüngnn 3ttt aufgtnommnt. 9fi. n. Hfr. demonder fragen, 
^t bttt S)atit) b. $cif.: Detnandez-lui d'oü U vient (Acjw.). 

ntmW. The girl ahould not nrviix her ghame (Sbaxsp., T. 
Andron. 5, 3.). I have turtmed my rtputalion, my /orhme, ■)) 
friendthipt (Goldbm., G. Nat. M. 5.). 

SDTTive uitb bei Reubilbniis outllre anales Et^onbtll nnb tß ftOp 
ntc^l all im ^glifc^cn, »it bat cntfim^tnbc Sßtib im gtaiijBflfi^ 
Wfi. nirvivre ttirb mil bem a)ati» obtr h (onjiruirt: II turc&ut 4 
«st en/anU (Acaii.). Se mrpitre dutis les enfanu (ib.). ÜJCff <t 



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»B^ He HKiUetc sagnttg mit bcm flllufatiB vt nttS^iKn: B a 
tuniA»( <on jV< (ib.). 

n) SSntn au8 fent (is^n ange^l^rtni unb kiAt ju bnntc^oibat 
ecjfilicien ^ertorae^t, baf im enjlifi^ot etn ctnfat^ £)b[ett 
oHmfilis in bcn atfufatic iJ6trjagefen jenrißt jft, fo Pnbef in 
cinjelnen fällen ein ©^mattlen ber @pTai$c flatt, tstlc^et flify 
ai9 ©{brauch bef[et6en B^tWorttä in tranfitiocm @inne mit 
bem SRufoti» unb im intranfttietn mit einem )}iä^o{ÜioBtdeB 
©liebe 6ejei^nen ISgt. 

Einige Serta nehmen ben einfachen ObieftdfafuA neteii bcr 
Umf^ieibung etneS uift^rlinatit^en anbeten ÄafuS bmr^ $r9)»fl« 
timen an, baiunter namenttic^ fod^e, loel^e einen ^atib Ml> 
aii9(etr^ [äffen. SDatiin geböten: 

ä»t nnb tai abgeleitete lüten läufigen, ju^ren. CanM 
hitber, good Volumnius : üst a aord (SaASSP,, Jal. Cki. 5, 6.). 
Litt a hnef taie (Lear 5, 3.). üp, and lül their.amtie twtH 
(Scott, L. Miostr. 1, 16,). There will she hide her To kite» 
OUT purpotei (Shaksp., Mach Ädo 3, 1.). OcUviiu, U*tai gntU 
Mngi (JdI. Cki. 4, ].)- Tbere, luftnhg every »oite, hi« watdi- 
fol dog (Tbohbom, Summer). 2Ran sermeibet aOnbingt an 
^eifonafoiielt O^ne to jn fe^en: Stand dose &nd litt to Mm 
(Sbakbp., AnC. a. Glebp. 4, 9.). Litte» to iht cardinal (John 
3, 1.). Mr. Whartoa kad littentd iDtentlf to eaoh tpraker (Coop., 

.Sp7 3.]. "Sinij ße^t aaS) beim ©ac^obidte to: I fonnd m^Hlf, 
wholo happj dajB, lAtteititig to wordi, whoM moeic vied With 
our own Edan'f seraph laya (Tb. Moorb, Love of ths Angela). 
We litten, aa in a Dionysius' Ear, to tAe inanett hi^bub (Gasl. 
Paat a. Pw». 2, 7.). 

$albt' litten ^dt f((sn ben Httuf attu mim bcr fionftnittion mit 
ttnet ^iS^ofltiini: p4Ui all Ennglüahe Icde Wi^^ arn shollde U 
{Obm-, Ded, 133. cf. 309.). Statt 6(8 Bati" "'■ '^ " 
mit tUl: Ue Utite tül Hin lare (Obh. 1102T. 
lai/ttan ^t ben Satib bn $crfon toit bet &aä)i: Blyium l 
(Luc. 16, 29.). Sktle mlnre läre (Gas. 27, 8.). ©o nlvb boB neben 
XttneA. Ututa tdifcmmeitbe hljOa, lattfi^en, anbBien mit bem 
2)att» (on^nurt. £iie cnoetterte genn UbMd lammt frfi^ mtifl in> 
tranfitiB o^ne fiatn« not: Leitenefh, lordjngs (Chauo., C. T. 1S1S8.). 
Lyitenylh, je godel; genLjlmcn (Halt.iw., Nngoe Foet. p. 21.). 3)0^ 
ait4 mit ber ¥iS))i>[. to: LuHneth nou to me (Wwobt, Polit. S. p. IBO.). 
Ltttütuih, \oiajaget, to my tale (Chauc, C. T. 15244.). 

reach, nit^t bloS tn b. ^cb. aiiSfircden, fonbem ani^ eTtei- 
äft-a, nimmt ben^ltufatie ju fii^, »oneben bei bem intranfltiOen 
reiben, ft^ erftreifen, gelangen fiTÖpofiliDnale Scg&njun' 
flen mit lo, at, after »orlommen: Wilt thon nach ttart, becange 
thej ghine ou thee (Sh&kbp., Two Gentlam. 3, 1.). 

tdte. reellen lammt \i^tn mit b. 9l(nf. UDT: And ravghle witb hia 
ragemaii S^ga and hro^iet (P. Pc.oucbu. p. 5.]. Of tbat a pif be 
raughle (p. 33S.). 9a|. rceeon, exCendere, ponigere anb porri^, perünere, 
iDttb afe 3ntxan(ltiu f^on mit lö (onfliuirt (Fa. 124, 4, C-du. U. 438.). 
Sgl. $aI6f. Ta cuddfn wit ecallcn rfEcAen (Lajah. n. 476.). 3n bei 
Stb. altingere, asscciai gebraust b. Sgf. geracim, äracan mit b. 9tfnf. 
STt Ml nö fjrd Ate geracan ne mihta (gix. Chb. 695.}. SLQli «au >«t 



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atit) j)(^t bte Umt^bteibrntg 

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mMn-cjnn ^mui traean nühte (1014.), piUic mid handDm na mig 
A«o^an ^eriEcan (Cai»i. U. IGS.). 

A«cian aui^ fifci IVtnIen, JUtDtltlen. lago beckont mt 
(Shar8p., Otb. 4, 1 .). When gold aad lilver fttcjb me to eome 
OQ (Joba 3, 3.). And fifty faui that beckon me already (LoHOr. 

1. IGG.). Duowoodie . . btckotted tie Doetor to follo* him (Coof„ 
Spy 8.]; QU(^ mit to: Strange bopes and feare da becion to taei 
oüur (LONOF. I. 203.). Aa she beclamed to Aus to be Mal«d 
(CooP., Spy 6.). 

.9n bn aitmn S^nac^t {inbc ii^ beclea unb ^bteii in bitfii 
Stbeittiing mft ))cG)!D|1tienii£en (SrgSnjunsni: Sitte And eaat ood kW 
Mpon the poeple I beklx (Chal'c, C. T. 13811.). ^atbf- Anod tmr 
«o beenenn tiü fie falle (Orb. 223,). ag(. ieifeiyon, biayatt, annnert, 
Vol bot ®ath): Ha väa btenigende hym (Luc, 1, 22.). 3n bo öd. 
iigniScai«, indicare jc ^at (« brn Silntatiu bn Sac^-' 

fretwie unb baS fbmbtriDanbtc befall wct^fKn mit bem CGjtItfl' 
la^aS unb bcr bon to eingeführten prfipofitionolcn Sefümmnns: 
Hsppiae« btlide my liegt (Shassp., Rieh. II. 3, 2.). I hop« 
Bothing bftd halh betided hin (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 1.). — Fall 
mui]' y«tn of hsppy days befal My graeiok» tovereijftt (Sbaks?., 
Kch. II. 1, 1.). 3)aneben: Na, not ao mach p«rditioii u ID 
hur, Belid to ony ereature in the feaaal (Shaesp., Tsmp. 1, 3,). 
And more auch daya as theae to m b^aÜ (II Henry VI. 5, 3.). 
If to na btfaUeth evil (Maddik, Translat. Läjkin. III. 64,). Bat- 
ter it ahftll btfali to Ihtm (id., I. 132,). 

Url^ranslt^ j^tiat bcr 33atit) ^tetfcr ju gc^Brnu 3inXttc. De#fl 
bn «nfai^t tnit Um ven to btgldltttn £a{ui : Wo thee baid« (P. 
Floücbm, p. 35.). Ä crowne hym befaU (Tows, M. p. SOS.)- — ^^ 
ao ever eo lu e«(ti2( (p. 38.). Sgf. fitff'an ^at bm 3)atiB} baB Jtan- 
pofttum F^eint ju itfjlm. Stallen in b. Seb. von Uimpen, acciiiere, 
büiftt fii| jutiü int i&tiacrcn £ette Lajamoi» pnben: pe b«t A>m mI 
bi-vaSe (Lajau. I. 232.}. Jef out bi-faü TDcIe (Ul. 64.). pat li^ 
Aön fi^-ZdOt «CS (UI. 81.). SQf. &|/M£an g«^ ^ttC auf bit Sdi. 
fafltn jutüd. 

frMf toirb Ri(^t bIo6 in b. Sebeutung (mit etuafi) gettanen, 
jonbent auc^ in bem ©inne con ttauen, »Eitraucn mit b« 
nitufatto beibunben, uone&nt bic Jtonflruftton mit to un^ 
nie tiei JS^nlit^en f&vcbm, mit iu ^etge^t: Trtwf not (A« jjiyriciaa 
(Shakap. , Tim. of Ath. 4, 3.). Life'a bnt breath, to ind Ü 
error (Periel, 1, 1.). Tnul no ont here bot me (Ck)LBS., Kee. 

2, 5.). If I trvit thy kearl (5, 6.). I will tnut thet (BCLWn 
Bichel. I, I.). Truit no Fnturr, howe'er pleaaant (LoKOr. L 7.). 
— Be aeemed to Irasl too much to hu hopet (Midi>i,ETOH, (S- 
cero). I dare trust to it (Coleb., Pice. 5, 6.), To teotlk ii 
women overtnuäng (Milt., P. L. 9, 1183). 

Sit Aonftmttion mit lo unb in ifl alt^naebm^t; bic etr(oIf«ii 
mit anfllantcnbm at ßt^t jnoß int ifingnni £([(< LajamoDi! ^S -m 
irUltp to hin mefie (Lajax. 1. 42.), Sealde he asviDt fM lo hm 
Kolve Iruttf) (IL 328.). aQit btm Xttnfatic tcmutt M |<(in in 
9[ItC. bot: Ab ye bc hc that I Iotb moet and tritt (Cbauc, TraiL □ 
247.). TVuaAiA me (C. T. 9435.). Ye i»j*(ra«(6 in« (10217.). 3Vj<I 
il acedfast (Tows, U. p. 2S0.). !&!< StttK ttote tMTb cGatfo t^nbcll: 



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SBt. WIlo wold ony «pomon (nwV (Town. M. p. 76.)- ^albl- WhaM 
Düe' JroiEiMnn ^m« (Okx. 2091. cf. 3S29.). He f>e treoaede tlre ba«t 
fUsuL I. 145.). 9(g{. tredvr/'an, tr^mjan, Edem dnre, ft^eillt M biefni 
fenfintftbnni Tirani ant^ciC lu ^aB<n; baS Bmoanttc treivan, tTtörjan, 
trimm, gairtdvan, nt btT «tb. conüdeie, nimmt augcT on, in, bm 
l&atiu )U fti>: Ic e^ ireSvige (Pe. 24, I.). Siddan t>ii mlnt4>n rordum 
ysJrficodMt (Cadk. 610.). püt ic fitnum vordum Tel getr»6vde (Ps. 
116, 74.); boc^ aaä) bisörilcn b«n Sttnfatis: Ic fftmienicipe marn» 
gtIrtSve jiinrft hUigra (Ghiw, Ag», PoM. U. 294.)- Ic A«< osrift 
oür» getTe6ve (ib.). ©. b. ^prä^lof. in. Da« ®olb. ton^itt (mtum 
mit in unb i!u, ^atniuan mit in aiec i. IDlltitj. 

poftlion: Theoccaaioa ipeais /W (Suaksp,, Temp. 2, 1.). GiTä 
me leftve to ap«(ii Atm (Henry VlIT. 4, 2.}. Like him of whoiu 
Uie Story ran, Who ipoke the tpeelrehomni in Hun (Scott, L. 
Uinstr. 6, 26.). To speaA a »hip ^ to heil nnd ipeak U> her 
eaptaät (Wxhst. v.). 

®ttfe Äenflrnltion, »tli^f mon mit btm Bl^b. tintn (preisen »d- 
glHc^ mag, gt^Büt ifingnn 3tit an; bie ScTbinbung »on »peak tntt 
M> unb with, ^fi^n aui^ tili (Oeh.) Derart anf 9sf. aprecan, tptkan 
l6 unb vid. 

approaeh fyii ben Sltufatiu M f!(^, boc^ trifft man an^ to 
an: Sbfl did approaeh my cabin (Suaksp., Wint. T. 3, 3.). Wheo 
otbers t^proaeh you (Bulw. , Mone; 1, 4.). She . . approached 
Maltraeer* (Maltrav. 1 , G.}. ®D bemäntelt Butler appropin- 
ipu: To i^propvnqv* an enrf (Hub. 1, 3, 593,). — VVhen he ap- 
pmackes to your pretenoe (Shaksp,, Two Gentlem. 5, 4. cf. 
IM Henry VI. 3, 3.). Tbe pedier approached to where Captain 
Wharton «tood (Coop. , Spy 4.). Cedric im approachiag to Au 
niHetk year (Scott, Ivsnhoe 3.). jDie ©ibelflberfeöung bietet: 
He ahall approaeh aitlo me U. bgl. Itl. 

Süc. For to approch ü (Cbacc, Rom. of the R. 2001.). Ha« Sltfr. 

tal^irt aprochUr mit i.: A la eui loi m'estaet Tenir et aprocMer 

(BoDEL, Ch. d. Sax. I. 182.). A eh ■a'aprecerum (Leb Quatre Livr. d. 

a.1.46.). Sia»9lft.gi(6libm'bit¥f5pijl. de, «Strang bniädufati». 

^) Sne bie uttperfBn ticken ä^'l^örtet tettifft, luelc^c mit dnem 

Jnfonolo&jette Beifeunben ju toerben pflegen, fo nehmen fie jumeifl 

bni einfaAen CbirfteiafuS ja fit^; ein uifprßnalii^et 3)ütio fSflt 

itit bem 9f{ufatib jufammen. ^on fprac^gefi^ic^tTif^em dntereffe ifi 

He StBrtetung ticS iirfprüngli^en Sta^uS. ^u nehmen ^ier bie 

mpfrfBnßt^ ffietta im »eiteten wie im rnfleten ©inne befl SBor- 

tcJ. !Dag an fld^ perfönlii^e 93eiba, mtläft au^ unt>erfiSnlE4 

gebtam^t »orten, ber Ronfltuftion, welche ibnen fonfl jufonimt, 

ttmn \Lt ein ^erfonolobjeft (ober ©a^objelt) baben, tieu bleiben, 

«tfle^f fl^ ton fe[b|i. i)a8 Werfen atobicft fann natürlii^ aud^ 

iarü) Umf^eibimg mit einem ©ac^nomen ober bute^ peVfonificirte 

@egeiifläiibe erfe^t fein. 

••) 3eit»Bttei, »eli^e leiblt^e Empfitibangen bejei^iten, unb 

«a(^ in Öbertraaener Sebeutuns Botlommen. 

me kuagrttk, me thursteüi finb öetottet: Him »hall naver Oint 
(John i, U.). Hunger, thirat, nrfptünglit^ perfiinliÄe Setba, 



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ledben au^ noc^ im SltueiiBlift^en, oft in (tlblii^er StbeutmiB 
ald fol^e angetroffen: If tby reveDgei kitt^tr for thmt food 
(Shaesp., Tim. of Atb. 5, 5. cf. II Heor; IV. 4, 1.). WhoM 
great decision hath mach blood let forlh And more Wr*t* «Aat 
(AU'a Well 3, 1.) He . . gholl nsTer im^er . . Ae . . «AaiZ Dem 
tUrsJ (JoBH 6, 35). Whosoever drinketh of Üiii water Bhall 
t/nril igBin (4, 13. cf. 7, 37, 19, 28.). Frior's Snebnul: 

to ihirMt blood toiib Don Steutien getabelt.- 

Sie im SltengL ^Siifiani 3in))<TJDtiaIia bmi^en auf b. Xgf., ttd^ fte 
initbeiiiSdEufatibHibiabet: Syn« hingrode (Luc. 4, 2.). ^ Atn^radg 
(Fb. 33, 10.). Ne hingrad ßone ^ 16 au cymd, and n« /yrX Anu 
t» on me gel^fd (Jon. <>, 85.). Game t6 me k fte Aine pynie (7, ST.). 
6t (at b. SUnorb. mti hungrar, mik I>jntlr; b. ®0l^. ^wui gagfändm 
du mii ni kuggreip jfth ^tu> gaggandan da mii ni paitrteiß (Joe. C, 
sa.). S[u4 tK^Bnlic^ sx^eB bitfe Sn6a gebtaui^: Bl«uid be tlLei thu 
Aungren and lAirtten (Wiclypte, Math, b, 6.). Sgf. p& {>e rihtrlaoMH 
hingtyad and fn/ntoA (Math, h, 6.]. E&dige synd ge [la Ain^ij'nd nn 
(Luc. 6, 21.), HrsDO« gesüTB vs ^a hingrigendne, and ve [i« feddont 
Pyriteiidae, and tq |>e drinc lealdon? (UAni. S5, S7.). 9u^ fhtbct p4 
tin ^artidti bc« fnrfttt |latt btt ab), hangrig, fantig: 9ttt. Hü na*« 
U afyngrtd (P. Plouciiiil. p. 133.). And carpen ai Ihe jate, Bothi 
t^trngred acd o/uril (p. 1J6. cf. 383, 403.). $aI6|. Nan nolc.Iat 
^ngred nei ucre (Lajai[. IU. 2TS.). 2)k(< flrn(i>))tTt(n gotnun RfÖiai 
^0 aus btm Sg|.: Etdige beod t* (le üai i^hingmde (A.-S. Hoxn. 
I, 204.), 

UÜMUh ma, ntt^ Ii1}elt'8> 9IU. It tüeOiAmK aboat nfn bam- 
Toots (Chauc, c. t. Goa3.). 2)ae ^fyxi ift utfprflnglii^ ^«Bli4 mb 
fo ^S im €ebtaiti^ : If you Uekle ta, do ve oot langhr (Soaksp., Harch. 
of V. 8, 1.). 

aef. tintian, ticillare, fß natäili^ ein RanfitiMC Seib mit btm Xltn' 

fatit>. Se if) »o^I nur bct Statur unfercr Sprai^qntKen jnjuf^retbei, 

bag vir \t\än SuSbrndetMiftn nit^t tceiln iQdttSrtS Mrfttgtn nniKB. 

fß) ^äimtttfx, tset^e Steigung ober Abneigung, Uutetllcn, 

Xetget unb ®ram bebeuten. 

ne lisU, mit^ gelli|let. Mt lüts Dot teil what wordi wen 
made (Scott, L. Minetr. 5, 25.); aili^ o^ne ferfonalobjeft: Nor 
liiitl «sy etc. (5, 4.). ^ad 3^'ttc>)rt ifl jegt getoB^nlit^ pa^n* 
liefe: I litl not prophesy (Sh*k8f., Wint. T. 4. Chor.). l>o aa 
Uou füf (Coriot. 3, 2.). If I hsd your happy prerogativ« at 
Rcting u gott Hat (Scott, B. Boy 9.). You go and com« aa 
the wind blonetb wbere it Usletk (11.). 

S)a« Bcttttort iß urftitUnglit^ untxif Bntic^ : Alte. That him Ituie ni 
prelal thet make (R. of Gi.. II. 472.). To preise »i« luttiA (Itero&. 
OF Eich. n. p. 16.), Btm lutl rida loo (Chauc, C. T. lOS.l. Wd 
to drinke tu letU (TSi.). Hcrkcneth if ^tro lute (730.). J/e Sil not 
pley (S86S.), Lengere than hgm lytl nothynge maj la»t (Cov. Um. 
p. 3S2.); hl Strbinbung mit me Itneih: TU hym lovtde and title To od- . 
losen his fynger (1'. Pi.oi;chh, p. 356.) naS) annlegie btt 3R^b. mir^ 
Htbtl (f, SRSlIti aS^b. 3Sb. I- lOiG), wcE^eS bem flaf. frtnb ffL ! 
^erfDnli^ lann eS bei Gowet genommen WcTben: Pley to them £Ut 
Itult to pleye (Ru-i-iw. t. loste.), Sgl. I li/it not to plece (Tuws. H. i 
p. S9.1 H- oft. ^albl.A.ljIiwWAimmafflerr more (Ohm. 10820. cf. 8119.! 
11334. i:i235.). ;>s kitige /twie siepe (Lajau. m. 214. cf. liS, X34.). ! 

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B Fi^nttt, bafi LAsanon btn SitftiA oI« Sati» auffugte. !CbI Bgf. 

Steintet li^taa, äb/tUm, gelyttan uiqxTf Billig , ms Ijit, >e IjK, !I>et 
i|b< nuxiftt P4 als B(fu|alt9: Püt Arne ^t ntnes {liagu ne /y»H 
(BORB. SS, 6.). 

«u Im^etA, wii^ »erlangt, hht Kllt. 3>tc Jungen ®))iai^ bti' 
IMilbdt birt uiflicatisttc^ un^Bnlic^ äntnurt cbtnfaQS in ritt ttTTfUf 
ß^: T fonf to heu U (Sbassf., Hear; V. t, 1.). Do you hng mi 
■rdendj fbr peace u ^odt siBter? (Coopek, 8pj 1.). 

Sttt. FOT te GOme to Ioudb noat Am ne longeüi (WmoBi, PoEL 8. 
p. 316.), To »MDs h«T ABter, Ihst htr longeth lo (Chauc, Leg. of 
Good Wom. 2275.). So Bore longiA.tne To eleu of the inutlB poiis 
gTteoe (C. T. 1020G.). $a[l)[. Ssre Aün gou lonirm (Lajam. II. >69.). 
Pa longede iKDd« ^n £in^ (I. 431.). Swa gwide ma longed, .tltoi 
twn bire Yf^me (II. S61.). Bimm tangepp heficiiuwarrd (Om. 
G046. cf. 6490.). patt hemm iboUde . . Äfnerr hiei come langam (19861.). 
fclftnli^ liierfl: Ich iangy so swide (Lijam. U. S70. iatlg. 3:.}. Sgf. 
Mb Umgatt biütt bttt «tfufatie: Mae langod« (Cod. Kxqh. 443, 18.}. 
IIb. nicA laoget. 

i( Uket me, ü dülUtei me, ti gefällt, ntiSfätlt mir. An it 
Bit fomr iMrtA^ (Shakbp-, Wint. T. 4, 3.). @em&^nli4i flnb biefe 
Sata aui!^ atd intranfltiue l)er[anli(^. ®o j. SB. auc^: ni do't; 
bot it äüWtei me (Shaksp., Och. 3, 3.). 

Ktt. If iAm wel hadde liked (P. Ploughu. p. 2BS.). If Aon liteA 
aod fart (p. 20B,). ir j/ow liketh (Chacl-., C. T. 779.). He may not 
doDD al as Aim Hied (6496,). S^Xb^. Likedc swa heom lijceda (Lajax. m. 
2i6.}. Hm^ txrfMJ^ iß b. 8. )u aUm 3ntnt ettccfen: agf. Tnmbude.. 
befono him, and hyt Iteode Herod« (Math. 14, 6.). Cd. S. 167. 

ä pleates me bn^5(t fll( tsie it likcs me. 8}gl. @. 182. 

1UU. it (Mn«tA me, t> iß mii genehm, (omml btti cEtn auFgcffi^Ttoi 
Smntn na^: To oo man dtyned kire Co ba bonde (Cbadc, C T. 
15756.). Ha rometh np and duwn, Eim deyned not to let tu« foot to 
gronnde (16666.). ICic jüngtie @1irai^t («' "»r ba« ))trfSnlic(c I deign. 
3in aitfr. tommt deigner, doigner (dignari) tco^I tiuc )XT[3ti(i^ MI, f« 
bag baS nnperfEntii^ 3'>t°°it ''>' ^"c- ä^>i[i[4«t Strbts angegÜ^Cli 

it irfa UM, e« ftüiitt mid^, t^ut mir Idb; It «■** me 
(Shamp., Ab Yoa Lika It. 2, 1.). It irks Aii *«ir( (I Henry VI. 1, 
4.). It irki my «ery toW-(III Henry VI. 2, 2.). It irh, high Dttme, 
>f KoA/e Jjordf, 'gaiDst ladye fair to draw their sworde (Scott, 
L Mlnetr. 4, 24). 

£h SIUtc Qp-ta^t gebron^l irk al) inttanfltiMe peifEnfic^rt 3'itU»Tt 
(fi* giänun). aife. J irke (aUe aore wiih mj life (Town. M. p. 75.), 
■Hb als tiatt|itito, in b. Scb. eimübtii, noc^ ffiStn: To »eke lome har- 
btongh Tor lofne irktd limmes (GAncorcMi:, JacaBta 2, I.). ISat Httc. 
%Uh bt« Sbj. tri, yik = weary, alow, tedlons (Hai-t-iw, v.). tjgl. ntat. 
■rlwne. Sd/VKiii^ barf man hierbei an bue ai\. earg, earh atturab- 
«jr, (arg), pigor, ignavaa, ag[. ea»a)an, torpescire, boiftn, ober an boB 
bnt^ trten, erieln, nauaeaie. @. @rtmm 33i. ". ekel. ^ütEtc 
Xbiinb. yrl^a, opeiari, yrü, opag, ju ®ninbc licgm? Safl tianfithie 
Bk lonn jm Giflfinins be« attufati» in it irks me bimett. 

ü ytanit me, tt bctümmcrt mtc^. It yfarni me not if men my 
8»rnieni8 wear (Shaksf., Henry V. 4, 3.). It pearn'd my keari, 
Wien I beheld etc. (Kch. IL 5, 5.). 

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188 n. Z^. IBoTt'U. eatfOflime. I. mfi^n. K9ortf{^iitiB- II. Si. abts. GattefL 

uen TM, giisva unb tn bit imip«fBnIn^ Antpruftieti mit ttium IPttfeiutU 
obicFte ticibt nei^ ^l(iiai)sc\ii)iä}ttiä) au^aKBxtn. Skit bct ^triebt bd 
Oolbf. 1^ ba< CianlitiM ünb ^anflg: ^atbf. Androgens jeorned fii grii 
(Lajau. ]. 352.). Ue jamei mins milcn (I. S76.). Iwhill« nuon l>Btt 
jtomtpp Codes o« {Orm. 136!,). ®tt Äafu« f^nt ttut alS »(fn- 
fatt» angcft^cn UKibcn jn IBanoi, otop^I bae iqi Sof. feltcne georryaa, 
in (ition Scifbiclc bei Kttaüil. Lex. p. 431, bm S)atit) (ot 9ot^ 
^rtt/an ^t bcn fflcnitiD, toie agf. bat Slbi. E«om mtiß bot OeniL 
boi^ (»K^ ttn 3)atib bei flt^ 6<tt. 

t( r*c*» me, eä fümmert mi^» aMS^nti^ im Dcmdncnbni 
@agt: Of night, or lonelineBS it rwit* m« not (Milt., Co». 
. 404.). 2)tf3 an ^<^ t^crfänlic^e Beitttort ntrb o^ ali fo[<^ 
trattflti» unb mit bem Httufdib ber^unbcn : That'a all I redt 
(Shaksp., Cymb. 4, 6.). Himaelf . . r«cib not Ais oKn read (Haml. 
1, a.). 

. S)iit untinienli^ gebiaudtc SnB nimmt augn btm ^eifoitcntafuC, twin 
noc^ tin Sar^objtft DOTlommt, biciea mit of )u f^: ftUc. Yee, reecAe 
tAe« oeTere (P. Fi.uuchm. p. 2U.). What recehiA me whnt folk ujn 
iilon;e! (Chadc. , C. T. ^635.) He tcdE hia way, aa Ann no thing ne 
raught (85S1.). Of l\f heom no rotyhle (Alib. <690.). «Knitbtri. Jfi 
ne Toek et niet (Reih 1120.). Sliebeib. Dat räkt mek nlch (Gömini,, 
Gbuuesiuces). 0eir[SnIi(^ grtraucit feat es Itittn btn Äflufatii) bn @a^: 
TFb T«il;I,-e tl bot lytfflle (Mohtk D'AuTnunif b. Halliw. v. rekkc) ; actoS^nli^ 
ivirb fit mit of angtfSgt: A reccbeleea renk Tbat of no tco rtmghU 
(P. Pi.oDCHM. p. Sea,). Thei tie recchen of no thing (M*L-Miitv. p. 64.). 
Thei «MÄen no throg of A«re ^jf (ili.)| unb (e (djon ^al&t.; Ke rohu 
nauera Cradoc o/ al Jiat Conac eorl spieu (Lajam. II. 54.). p« king ne 
TohCe of ahte (III, 154.). Ne nohht ojf himm de roMw (Oioi. H8»5. 
et 9024.). — I>ft ¥(t(onairttfne i(l ttojl iirtbrflnalit* «W «tili- 
[atiö anjuftVn; Smart (iveibt ntiaretib: It reck« [w] me not. S^. 
reroii (ou<^ reecon gtfc^rieben) , curare, ip (irrfenHi^ unb 6al fctn ®CKttn 
brt StgenftanbtS: Hie ne rähton ^i» (Cehm. 1314.); [onß ani^ mü 
^tSpoff. t.1, be: Ne r&Äfa he (5 JiBre hilde (Coi>, Esos. 4G1, 17.). Pn 
ne ria»t be Enegnm men (Marc. 13, 14.). 

it famü me, dg. tS ma^t mi(^ o^nmät^tig, ti betiQbt 
mi^. It/ainlt me, To think whftt follon« (Sbakbp., Henry TIIL 
■2, 3.). 

2)i(S bem aitfr. ^artici): faint, lüat = nfgligent, pareaiens tßi. fkilfit 
abgeleitfte intranfittM Sab ift in bicfcm gattc als tranfUii}, mit (onfl fdten, 
belwnbclt 

it ptfwf mr, t» tifttt mit (eib, fi^mcijt mit^: She Xauger 
jet i> like cspCiv'd to bee; That even to thinke tbereof it inl; 
pitliet mee (Spbnckr, T. Qo. 4, 11, 1.). 

^itt tranfiti» Seib, bcmilleibcn, i{l ^in unHlet^arttgat Kabei 
alfimiliit. 

Sin« 9{ei^e eon ©äffen mit tietDanbien $räbifatdcerben liaii> 
fitibet 9?atui, aenn fle aut^ t^eiludfe baneben intranfUib VKibot, 
bie, auf ditfinitibe ober <S&k' ^'Jt^gen, bafi urfptQngliC^c it fo gut 
wie jebee anbert ©ubjett annehmen fdnnen, btbatf binfl^tli^ i** 
ObittläCafuB fo Wenig einer Iseiteren Srürterung, als ^infti^tti^ M 
UcfprungeB, 2)aifin ge^breti; it deligkU, angtrs, gnettt, vexet, 
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A. Sli( 8a\at. 2)k Dbittah\\a. Ig9 

nut etwa abtoei^t: It ffrima mt for the death of Claodio (Shaksp^ 
Meu. f. Meas. 2, 1.). 

Unter brn Tomanif^nt (ie^ ge^Brigtii Serben iß gretm tve^I ba( 
jftt^, tetU^ tDiebae aifr. jrM««r, au^ trän litis tft: ThtU he . . nsTere 
eft ^reoe grome (P. Plol'qbm. p. 354.). — Nonght greveth me at al, 
Though ÜaA mj donghter and mj lone be üa.ja (Chabo., C. T. S623.). 
Tbongh ^if^rme (12394.). If il ^retieij Aitn (Dsroa. or Bich. IL p. S.). 
— Sie Sltm Syia^t ^t S^nlic^ cremen, gnunien, gTomian ^ ai>g«r. 

C' B^t : aitt. Lest hire grinude (Waktof, H, of E. P. I. 28.). ^Jottf. 
kim gromtde (Lajau. I. 196.). Fol iwide uj mEei ^ronuen (ü. 
637.). ÄgJ, ffretiyan, gegremjan, irrilare, oiaEerbaro, t|l ttanjltib; in 
bcmftlben @inne flc^l Oot^. granyanf fflt ein ag[. grarnjao fehlen SeUxi«' 
gellen. — i( Aamu me. Though »t Aorm« Aim it is no woodor (Chauc, 
C. T, p, ICl. U.). $at6f. Hit Pe iharmed (LxiiU. II. 185.) (. ob. S. 180. 
ani^ it duSUh nu = it makes me doli, «it^filt bus tvattfitibe Serb: It 
duüith my wiaU (Defos. ow Eich. II. p. SO.). Of ha falancs it duUUk 
Me to ryme (Ckauci., C. T, 18027.); »oju bae intrtin|ltiM l duä nader 
TOQT diBcipline (Rum. of isü h. 4!9!.) gc^Set. 9enee bebeutet abei; tti^t 
fnw^l butntn ale narri|4 obev tPlI mai^tn. Sgl. munbaitt 
doDer = to loiro« with pun (@|]ffDlE). Sgf. dna/, drol, dol, ttolidni, 
erroDeus. &et1). dcalmoa = ixalwäai (Joh. 10, 20.). ~ 2la( Vgf. 
bittet ntt^rere «etlinene Setba: me earmad doleo. Uram n« mag • 
earwjan ivjloere äde {S*x. Chh. 10S7.). Jfe äpr§t, taedet me. Ne 
»Mal tu äf>re6tan fiega modigne (Gkqn, Ag». P, l. 313.). Me vlätad, 
laadet me (BoKni. 11, 1.}. 
yy) ärittDörtct, votläft dttat, ©i^ain, ä""^« «"*' Sutil^t Sejei^« 
nen, ^aSen tn bcc neueren iSpxaäit meift bte nn))erf6nlii^e Qcnn 
mit einem ^erfonnttibjefte aufgegeben. 

■I repenls me, tS gereut Ulic^. It repented Vit Lord that he 
liad made man (Gas. 6, 6.). "Siai ^eittSDlt tlHlb )ier|Bttlt4 
frfl^er'ani^ refle^b, gebraust, unb erfibetnt aui^ tranfltit) nnb 
intranfiliti: I rrpnt mt that tbe Duke ia slaio (Shassp., Bich. III. 
1, 4.). I do repent il (Tit. Andr. 5, 3.). Muat l rtpmtr {CyaAi. 
5. 4.) ©. oben ©. 167. 

3in 9Ite. fbib alle biefe gönnen f^n gcbiauc^fti^: It rep«nuüi me 
(Mut. Platb 290. Fiedleb Gb. U. 111.). Bot nthel? Ul repenttl 
{HiLuiv., Nngse FoeL p. 41.) He that Bjnneth and verraily repen- 
tah Aun {Ciuuc. , C. T. p. 185. IL). He that Boone demeth, wone 
■chal repenfe (p. \bi, L). I maj Ijghtly repent (Tuw», M. p. 101.). 
Kow r^enU ihtt (P. Ploi-ohk. p, 87.). 9Itft. Ki T*p«nt\T ne it 
«rdent (Lhs Qd^tbc Livb. d, E. p. 524,). Vo« ec ax feroie reptn&r 
{Gixa ed. Dn Mftii p. 120.). — Iiie uutxrfBnlii^e gorm ip bem 
SUnen it rarttk me angcgli^en: ife reutfA Bore I am noto hir t«fd 
(Ciucc, C. T. 10306.). God wot it rewetk me (16583.). It iroU me 
rew (15174,); (Ktfenli^: Now rttoet ftam ],et re» (Lanqt. IL 237.). 
^albj. Hit «all fie reoutcen (Lajah. II. 248.). No bcü hit eou reouvie 
BUKte (III. 2S3.), naä) bem agf. : Me hreived (Cad». 424.). Sredv 
Um (1271.); baeeg» Sredv htm (Ps. 105, 42.). 

Site, me terateth, l(b getatbc in 3oin, Snt^ Tf Aun tcmte//', 
be T«r (P. Pi.oi7Giu(. p. 11.). SMt ßerfc »irb fon(i verfSnli^ tatran- 
ßtt», tianfitt» unb refte^iB gebrnnii^t. Site. I will not arath htm (CHitoc, 
CT. 1J012.). ^16f. l»8»..i»roAfed (Ljij*m. IL 76.). po kceiMre 
hine teradde (L S93.). He tert^ipefip him (Oioi. 1983S.), pa f«U 
Z>KU^ mvp/ienn (2901.). agf. vrä4ran, jnrd4ran = irHci. 

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i/ (AamM me. It *4aiiMf m« To bleed k pune alread; in 
extremis (Bclw., Bichel. 1, 1.). ^iet ifl sbame ISO^l a[0 tlOIK 
^ibt« $et5 anjufeficn. 

aitc. fäti Chaacsr {t«^t no^ Wright: To asken hclp i< «cAonwlA io tUa 
hert (C. T. 4521.) ttw Tjrahiu Ijtß: lAee ihamelh in Chin harte, Um« 
bot Soijng }U Wibrcncn f^tmt. «gf. $anf. Ynioete (leg. Tnimete) 
«0 *eomtd (Lajam. II. 629.). üifxc iat Slflf. (. ©. 6,7. ©tjnilwBrtig 
ifl elume in bicfctn Sinne gcni^lit^ IntTanfiti» flc^taui^t, / ihamt, 
tnic auiSi früher: Beo.,4komelh for men (Wriort, Polit. S. p. 15B) 
imb fl^on 99(. scomgan, erabeMere, 

Sd ScituBttcni btr SuT<!^t in einem un^jerfSnti^tn SaQc rin ^> 
fonaloBjtlt beigegeben ip, i|l baS l)nB al« lianfitiu )u nehmen. ÜHc anl 
btm ©i^ett. Hogg onaefüfertc ettUe It/earu nw mmkil (Hoco Lood. 
1S41. p. 40. FiEnLKit, Gr. U. IH.) bfbnittt fOUitt »it it frightena m& 
Fear ijl nättlti* ü«, tnit im «tt(. oft, nc^ ttanlHiB: Thn» he ahall 
jou irith hia woide» /ere (Chacc, Troil. H83.). No deril ahsl ytnr 
dere, Ne /«re j/oio {P. Pi.ouqhm. p. HO.) unb Sie« ifl bit UTftitftnglii^ 
aSebnitung. ^ftf. He wila Mmm fccram (Onu. 875.). »gf. /«rait, 
4r<ifan btbcutct torrere, lerrore percetlere. ^ €0 leürbe fil^ liui^ it 
agatteth me MT^alttn ; in ber @telle : What tanj ic be That mc agatMk 
in inj dreme (Cracc, Legend. 116S ebei Dido 248 nni^ Fiedlcr, Gr. 
IL 111.) wirb e< jtbec^ \o nit^t anaftrsffm. ^albf. p« folc Mt agatu 
(LA3AH. L 27S.). ^m «Bf. ifi bie« itanfitiM 3«t»ort no^ nt($t jn 
finbfn. Sie (Bortt: Till lodenlf nie Ihoaghl me toa* affreUd, To 
leene fon waxe so dedc (Chauc, Conrt of L. 1321.) f^tinm mir 
Iomtm|iii1. S>as tranfltibe 6. affraien ifl fritftc aufgtncmmtn: H« wola 
o/roten at thac iher it inne (Wbioht, Folit. S. p. 3S3.). 

ii) 3)ie S^itiDärtet gejiemen, ge^it^rcn, frommen, n^t^ifl 
fein, ange^tn. 

i( bthoDis me (bobooves me), eS jiemt, fiotnmt tnti. 
While tbeae da labour for thejr own preferment, Behooe* U mt to 
Uboar for the realm (Shaksp., Henry VL 1, 1-). It bekaoe» ytm 
to be resolute (Marl., Jew of M. 5, 1.). Bthooed Um teacb 
(hem (Sherid. Kmowles, Huocbb. i, 1.); au(^ O^tlC $rTfviutI< 
oBjcft: Let him bebave bb it behoovtth (Wkbst. *.). 

3m SItt. »irb bitS Vai mil unb of)iu ^etfonalhfn« gt&cui^l: It 
liehoüetk a man putte snch attemperance in his defenoe etc. (Chacc^ 
C. T. p. 161. I.). To Gascoyn bihoued htm go (Lahot. IL S44,> 
Sihoueß mt for to leade harn (Wici.iffe, Joh. 10, 16.). Heni ieAa^jn 
tAe h; (TowK. M. p. 139.). $albf. Ned iu, annd ict b«Aof^^ itA 
taU be na forrliwarTd waxe (0>tM. 179G6. 1B480.); auä) txrfBnln^ n 
bn Scb. nUt^ig fein, gebühren: 9Itt. Now »ehalt thoa nndentonda 
what bihoneth and ie neaeasarie to . . penitence ( 186 , I.). ^Of. Hid 
■i pel him bi-heovede (Lajau. I. 139.). AI . . pat heom bUumede (UL 
242.). 9)ae Bcitnuit if) an fii$ ptrfanlii^, aba ft^en frA^c aml mi 
tinem $nfenal(afue un))trfEnIi$ vemenbet, in btr Ueb. opus e«t, decet. 
fialbf. Ali ma bifu)fe/>/> fuliwiaa pe mann« Sane odd er|ie (Oaa. 
1670G.). Mid wepnen and mid horsan iva bihoued lo enihten (Lt^ut. 
IU. 6.). Stgf. behhfjan mit bem ©enitiu b«©n^ itißt bebSrfen; 
(in un)xrfanli(^ee behüfad, opai eat, »irb uon Sttmflllei c^tie 9ei' 
f))ie( tnnSftnL ^m lä. Sa^r^. ifl bie gorm baa, boso gebrfitt4Ii4: 
To reUtenjnge bute ui r^a (Halliw., Mugae Poot p. 40. lt. t. bus.). 
— As / belmved (Towk. U. p. 46.). 1 fiiu go to bed. |. L c 

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tOD^I. Becomet it Jete* to be so crednlous? (Makl., Jew ofM. 
I, 2.). 'Inter their bodies u becomeB tAeir birlAi (Shaksp^ 
Bich. III. 5, 4.)- Thaa it btconeik iu to falGI all righteaDniew 
(Matth. 3, 15.). 

Hai an fi^ tiafSnlifc unb )u aKni ^atm mä} \a emwnbctc ^tit* 
nwTt ^tte utfinfinglii^ txn 3)att» bti $nfDn btj fli$, bcn ba^o: ba< ■ 
tut. avi^ oft bun^ lo ntnf^m&t: Clotie« ae to Icyng hicome, dude oa 
him {B, op Gl. I. 105.). Yt ne bieom Dojt to paynt unoDg Criaten 
men' be ao (I. ISO.). It MetnnefA to a kyng To kepe and to defende 
(P. Ploccrh. p. 398.). 2)b4 aii4= A* be-eometh a eoa to hoppe in 
■ cage (Dffob, of Bich. II, p. 23.). A< il fn-cometh a amquanur 
(P. Fi^CGHU. p. 401.). ^Ibf. Pnt vea |iie «reite moD l>e I>«r cleopien 
agon . . kcDliche & Inde awa ^icutneit jttnjs (LaJam. II. 443.). Sgf. 
fceuman, reDire, eveniie, lommt' in btefer Cebeutung noi$ ni^t Der. 
3u wrglti^m tp ba« S^b. Itkonanm = gEjitmm, Betogtn, anptjl'- 
@itinin, SBb. L US6. aui^ fte^t bas einfache Snb im aite.: Il 
com htm not of kjnde kytes to lore (Depob. of Kich. II. p. 13.). 
Ko niclie idell gameB il ne eotaee Iht to vorcbe (Waktoh, E. Poetry 
L 14.); Itwjii man tat Vbjcftie comelj, Site, coml;, Sgl', cjmlic, ^»lai 
MTglcti^ 

it beteemt ne , {d.jicmt ItllT. 111 it doth bestem gour hoU- 
nru To separate the huiband and the wife (Shaksi>., Com. of 
&T. 5, 1.). Brseemt it thee to contradict thy kiug? (Uabl., 
£dw. II. 1 , 1.). JUy brother it btseenu To shoi* himself for 
erer great and princely (Colkk., Picc. 1, 9.). 111 beteemi yow 
rtuik and birth To make your towera a flemens-firlh (Scott, L. 
UinstF. 4, 24.). 

^äfortÜS) finbct man in bm SItefitn cnfilif^ni Si^itftwrtnt ü 
ievemetA sie in biefei l9ebeutuRg. 9m Site, iß besemen mit semmi 
{|RDiSt)nItC^ gleich appe&r; jo 6d P. Floughman unb fonfL Sgl. IpOK 
554. Mort8d"Arthurn.235,). Utfptflnflii* (cmmt Kmen in b« 8tb. 
mt beweiD, befii Bor, imb ifi natütliij on fli^ ein p«fBnfiii^ee jettvsrt 
IHt How that me «eiw/« to eil in throne (Town. M. p, 3.). I tcow 
«w Mm« ai' Teile ax hym (ib.). That »emyth the wele (H'Li.nr., NngM 
Poet. p. SS.). ^aUI. Preo«tei heo ^a Bellen aso t>er to mihle aemen 
(Lajaw. I. 435.). Be hebte seilen bire on nome ^e hire mihte t(en«n 
(L 409.). UtSrr seem = appear (. tofitet unttn. Stgt. b6di«ii ifl jodi- 
<«re, JB xedäitm Sinnt bit 3)ialtftt n«l^ Bcem «brauien (Halmw. t.). 
3i bet ^n in Betraft fornmenben ©tbeulung It^nt e3 fl^ an aitnvit. 
aaau, uwton lamir mer, ii jicmt mir. l^sl. @0t^. (anijan ^ äpi> 
■rut. Sa l^analfafni ifi urfonlttDlic^ bn Sattv. 

Xi<ia3(lt& Mmmbctc in S^nli^tm @innc it byretk me, c» gtbfl^it 
mil. San bttrth to liken wel his lif (Wiqght, Anecd. p. 4.). For 
Bothe ao hyiB bj/nh, For be wsa a marreyloua hyrde (Ms. b. Hacitv. 
T.). ^albf. ße birrfi ec hire taJenn (Oiuu 2040.). Wel itt birrfi utt 
tnmenn (2680.). Xgf. Bine man liyrigde, svfc him vel gdtyrede 
(GiEDi, Agi. PocB. I. 358.). Hit gebyrai fjäl mannaa Snnn beo np- 
abafen (Jon. 12, 34.); tjo Wicij-ffc bafl bti i^m ^Sufifle •< bihimefi 
trat. Bit gebyrede Jiit be sceolde fram de&Ie ärisan (Jon. 20, 9.). 
Ne cräd be nä bat fOT|>ig Aint gebyrede td [läm bearfon (Joh. 12, 6.), 
BW Wiclyffe übtiteftt: Not for it jxtrteynede lo kym of nedy man, 
SgL It parteyntth not to kym. of {le Bchecp (Jon. 10, I3.}. 9Inie. 
Not that he cared for Ihe poor. Slebm me gebyrcd ^at baS Sgf. 
Ute gedafetiad: Criitt gedt^eaad [lät he reaxe (A.-8. Hoim.. I- S56.). 
|Ku UKC gtdc^nad ealle rihtvisnease gefyllan (Math. 3, IG.). Mt 



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gedt^enad Mrum ceMtnun Gode« rtce bodjm (Lcc. i, 43.); ntlb mc 
rlfe^ geriaed, na^ Bobw. an^ drtimt, >= decet me: Vel /« gaiiti 
Ittt f>D heifod i!e (GaeiN, Agi. Fou. I. 149.). Sn AafuS tfl btr Zlattv. 

8e^nli0 i|l (ma oiE«tA) m« m^ht m 3Ilr- Bche wm Itononred u 
Am- mtght (Chauc, C. T. 8996.)' G'>" >bat Aem aughte to luve gM 
repeaUunce (ib. p. 164. 1.). To be, ai him oajK, In comliche clotlünge 
(CKFoa. of Bicu. II. p. 20.). To laf the o^Af ui veU« (Totrs. IL 
p. 59.). SJitft oft« Bei Chaucer tDitbtrfeftrtnbt Ctrtinbinig brt 8. 
off«n i[g[. &gan, SUtnorb. dga, ®otb. uKan = 'x'"< *"'' tinnn ^po 
fonalotjcft txKSxt fi^ ni^t uninitttlt«i: aue bnn f^chtbaint Uetos**^ 
m bitScb. müHcn, totiijt (i^on bcm Bltturb. ntUUtfig ifl. Sßit bcn 
^^itib |t{^t el f^on hn ^afbf.; ^c cnibt <A an anel lo don jet 
he war«e nnderfon (L.>.^aii. I. 354.). Offcnbai ifl onen mit QTumcnUig 
an baS obadeitelt trunfitiM ownen agj. agnjaa, geignjan, aneignen, 
Blti4 beut fpStKRt btutf^ eignen, uelc^ee fld^ «ft mit gebfl^ici 
tsnbanb, in bit intianfltioe Qcb. couvenire, apcom e«Be, übttgegaugtn, 
unb bei 5p«fMH'''«!"< >«'!rt «"f '"K™ uttprünglii^ SotiB: 1 woM 
my mjghte vcre knonae And honoryd, u Ai' aio« (Tows. ü. p. 55.). 
Ste Seb. deber«, j^ulbtn, finbet flc( au^ frfi^: P« detUa ^U nun 
tum auht {'Lt.sQ-i, II, 247,). Wnncliepe Ihat they to jow owti 
(DtLroB. iw RrcH. II. p. 7.). 

üßts — btfitt — m«, tS ftc^t mir an, jitmf mir. It jb 
fu, then, to bo »a provident Ab fear may toach us (Seiaksf., 
Henry V. 2, 4. cf. Wint. T. 4, 3. IVelfth N. 3, 3.). \t iU 
befUi thy stute, that tbuu ■hoald'st Btand, nhile L«wia doth lit 
(HI Henry VI. 3, 3. cf. Pericl. 2, 3.). — Die Sreba finb m 
^i) perfBndl^: A garmentjto well (Webst, v.). 

3n bcr ällrnn Stiia^e t|l bae Sevb flbn^nt)t in bitfn VÜMümi 
tmb Sonfhnrtion nic^t tbm lange in ®tbiau^: Wie: It fytt^ mc to 
calle my lord (Town. M. p. 150.). SUgl. banebtn Tb« is not vcUe 
^Kond (p, UJ,), Of blood the geoliUeBi Were fiUing for her (Chacc, 
Aesemb^ of Foulea 550.). 3m $iüb|. fc^It fltten, |(i teit im %^. 
fitian nii^t nai^geiiittfen ifi; ßt j|i cannen, »ie tS vti) in bet 8o. 
StTD^tit obn Sd^eilung eine« ©cbii^t« im SItt. eerlounit: Heer 
ii B /j(: If ye wil eny moro of it, To teils il wo! I fonde (Cucc, 
CT. 15296.). 1 now Byng yon a/ja(TowB. M. p. 51. cf. TaoBm», 
Bomancei p. 191.). SerW. ifl SI£ni. ciOon accommodare , eoDTnire, 
qnadrare. !Z)eT uilprlhiQCit^e ^nfonnRafue bOifte bei flitnfatt» fciu. 

ISem @inne nai^ |ltnimt.^i mü lit ü6c»ia Sltt. I am k kym, it 
tu me tionght to lye (Cbauc, C. T. 10tS9.). 

ü suiu m«, in btrfelben ISctKUtung: IU wonid it tmt ifov getdr 
tar . . to h«BT etc. (Scott, L. Minitr. 5, 21.). Until ineh 
time BB it may luit ovr royal pkeuwe to confer with the Holy 
Charch (Bulw., Bichel. 2, ].). 2)i(« an f!c^ ptrf&nfii^ »rct, 
^äufiß ft^on ht\ ©^affpeate, toirb mit aiih unb for, aac^ mit « 
gebraust: The place itaelf was suUing lo bis care (Drtdkb). 

SaS out lontanilt^ Stamme snite, Binie Rfr. eaite, gebilbete 3dl' 
»ort fi^einl erfl in Jungtier 3='' HuflbieitmiQ im Cnglif^cn nlongt |b 
^fcen. Siei Beaiifl befl Slngemtftinf ein» mag ntfbrtaflU^ bai 
(infamen 06je(W(o(u9 ni^t btaünfiigt feabot, uxlc^ei SBrigraS i» pefc" 
legten 3a,\)xfi. fc^cn [e^i grbiSiit^lic^ ip. 

it baoti me, ti ^itft mir, t9 nfl^t mir. It £oofi thee not 
to be compaasionate (Shaebp., Bich. II. 1, 3. cf. Two GantiwB. 
1, 1. Tit. Andron. 5, 3.). Win booteth not iwüt (Sfdb., F. 



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Qo. 1, 3. 20.). n boab me not to tbrut (Marl., Edw. IL 1, 
4.); mä) et)ut $erfMali^|A: Vbat mvf h 6oot To h«tt for an- 
ger? (Sfbi«., F. Qd. 2, 3, 3.). It bmXt not to i«iiit (Shabip^ 
ni Hemy VI. 4, 8.). Wlwt hooti it? (Gabi,., Pwt a. Pr«. 

2, 8.) 

£«! tKToItnibf Stri ^at fl4 <nt engltfc^ni fafl nur no^ m ntgotiMt 
»b fntaoibtii 9St(n ntib mit btm nratialm Subjtttt it n^lten, ct< 
d »3% in wif^n^bni bie^t «nd^ bie Slfnt S^mil^ bietet t« Bfttt 
(e: Cur« inySe it idkj nof loyü (Towh. M. p. 137.). 3)a< ^cittDDTt 
ip a(n an fl^ )xif3nS4 tinb £tbntt(t ttrtein. 3)fe gntnnt i«An 
nsb iotcn gc^ neBtn ciuanba ^n: And do man hoe hia huiig«! 
(F. P1.0DGH11. p. ISl.). He Mn lalet hette (Towk. M. p. 49.), ll 
ü not cooTeniBiit . . ne nifflwaiit to beete bere necewilf (Ciuuc., C. T. 
p. 193. iL], tcofäl lywlutt gitit: ce sofHunt to Aote tiir oecMütaa 
^. 156. n.). 3inXllt. rf) ioo^'on, &atan fiMtc^: Buoteon im bdndadi 
(Heuahd 37S3.). Iajudod (at beten, bRteo mit bnn ^Tfitcv. batta 
tauf »hat: Abat lus bile-mdeB (I. 98.). Sltturb. ifl boela, etovtiäKn, 
Ca> (SM^. Bidet iobm, io{ian, w<^i).tTy: Wa ank icfe^l muinaD (Marc, 
8, 86.). 3m Ksf. tfl neben bem &ubfL b«t bo« Serb betaa gcttS^nlicb, 
b«4 (mnmt ail4 ieten un: t>t faim gab&lad väi (Sas. Cbb. 1098,}. 
IBü Kebenform ißagl. bootnen, bclleitt, Reifen: Birnd« and b«d. 
reden wer« bootaed a thooaande (F. Flovos», p. 1S8.). Sgt Ool^ 
gabatDBD, üdtiXitrSu (Mabc. 7, II.). Om 92tunigl. fbibtt man no^ 
ba« enb^nrttt fn Sfiten »»': ^t (theie) it no boot (Sraksf., J. Henrj 
Tl. 4, 6. Rieh. II. 1, ].), tnle tute. Xl i» no hoyU mercj to craT« 
(Towa. H. p. 16.). It iä na baut to grete (p. 187.) an^ %va fn 
»aaliMii €a«tn. 2ict luftncfinsli^t $erfoiiaItafitl bei BtJttteiU iß 
Utfltlic^ ber Bltufutt» (Ute hn ISot^ift^en). 

it aoaät me bicnt jum (Sifa^ Von it bootd me. Now will it 
beit aeaä your nugeify To croB« tba seu (Seaesp., I Heorj VI. 

3, 1.), anbcrcT Sormcln niäft ju Qtbmfen. 

3m Site, flnb noi^ onbevc lomanifi^c Sciba fibltt^: To He it avaKt 
ypM (TowH, H. p. 27.). ffym cheveth tba worse (F. Plouchh. p. 3S7.). 
Oaynyd Äem no mercj lo crje (Eich. C. dk L. 4648.). Ko merej thon 
mcfe, it nwulM the not (Towk. M. p. 147.) nnb bgt m.; im Sgl. 
ne/remoit: fjo/renuut {lit ic Eure (Joh. 16, T.) e. accna., »CfEÜ: 
ailt. It «petUA lo jmo (WicLvmc, L L SgL Joh. 11, 60.) Wtt agf. 
■p&bui, aaccedare. 

ä Med* me, e« t^ut mir not^, li^ itau^t, ißfanrnnie^ 
anjutieffm. Hath that poor mouucb Uaght tiiee to inaalt? It 
wed» not, nor it booti At» not (Shaup., III Hanrf VI. 1, 4.). 

■Ot. Lane hen whan A«m nsibd (P. pLOttami. p. 1S6.). What 
ttedy» Am Xo bna»i (Tow«. H. p. ISO.). DaS BeitWoit ift in bitftt 
8Atntaii0 bcT «Ittn 3dl nnbetannt; utt flnben ftott bcfftlben bie oit^ 
feilte toicbtTft^bt gorrnel (mc) i» ttted. ^albf. Mikell ned teau 
timm t>Ut Qodd ])a bdlcM heira« rii^enn (Obm. 906.% Laden hsra 
Inda wbar kU neod toeora (Lajam. I. S96.) : tvie Sgf. Keid y» \ßx 
fitedOna* canon («aih. 18, 7.). Offenbar t|l nadetli httranftti» im 
CtfaDM MR naad ia, bn $tTl«icn(a[n< niflprSngtit^ bct Satib. CF. 
•b. ct. 174w 

M Aar bmmt hn KQi. Gftn tn btt Stb. «an nu sedath nnb me 

behorelb bn: Tkt thar neTer rewe (Chauo., C. T. p. 161. IL). Hara 

thon rnoogh, A« (Aar not piepe Öie (6918.). Tfi» thar no mora u 

in tbi* uu trarafle (6947.). Xa> 3eitnwit bmmt au^ l^enttt^ Mi: 

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(Amt nowther flyte hb chjde (Towa. M. p. 11.) ober on^ ofenc 9c 
fonOitafM: Myn mm €t*Ue withe ni, if ü Aar, To ben om 
liMUM (p. ST.). 3)a6 bitlcm BtitteDrt ht« Sgl- ^r^m, Klt[. fitffai^ 
fttttttib. ßitffa, Qotl). Paurban, x?'^"' ^K"" < ■»^ig«'«, opn* baben, 
|u Srimbt liegt, iß nnioxifd^aft. <St nn^illt 11(6 alf« ^«ab( ibk it 
ii«ecli me )u 1 need. ^afl bie Hbot^pining bei ^atm 6ttnfft, f« fixbct 
man iwniflfitBi Ij^on im ©atbj. gormm »it tn: N« ifcrt ^a nuen 
•drode (LAjiB. II. 5*0.) (im jung. £. Nb fierl ^a). S« perh he nohl 
diBde Cn. 8B5 iüng. X.). Nb Arte« ^n luraere habben Iure £11. 181.). 
Na Peorle pe cnihtci . . bota witis (II. 358. iOnB- X.) tdO f aufgcnwTfB 
pbti atatuoifnt ip, »ie im S)3n. Jeg eör, Ti Atr. 

Oi man au^ ein Kttt. m« miui tnflicICni buf, t^ jtDciftt^ft; na 
finbcl niuc eftti; mit ui Hare mu<l tu abide gracs (Tonn, li. p. S8.). 
Fjnt mutt tu crepe and iTthn go [p. SS.). SnalM Xaiu bitl ttna< 
HnM btn eben angtftt^iUn gönnen; ioä) \i)tiax bie annahmt ba 
Äam(»"lo<>f4<i»S »n OB nnb WS, uie fU Uitlfai^ Mitenuttl, fBi bicfa 
gaO MT}U)iet^. 

it coscerM mt, >t imporU Me, eS gebt Dtii^ Ott, Hegt mit 
am ^CTien n. a. bg(., umIAc jtentii^ ftfllft onfgoiDininnt finb, 
nfffirnt ft^ lci(^t av6 bem Sutfr(nt}afif(^, unb bebOrfen htner 
(inge^tnbeu Unttrfu<^nn0. 
ii) 3eituSitCT, ttct^e ben begriff einer SJoifleUuits ettt^aUm, »i( 
bunten, ft^etnen. 

melhiak), meAought, m\ä) bflnft, mJT bSu^t, bfittltC K. 
2)tefe becetntgtcn SefianblfaetCe eineS €aged erfi^einen fafi pvc 
tilelaitig in bei jüngeren ®pxail}t nnb fiub noc^ Don bielfa^en 
@e6rauc^e, abn bad Vtti ge^t nur no^ bie Snbinbius nril 
me ein. JM«tiUai> thoa woald'st be onljr made mor« doar 
(B171.W., Lady of Ljods 3, 1.). Hhh Boaillon too tnm'd traitor? 
— So, melhoagkt (Bichel. 2, 2.}. 

3>i( Sltere eptadit binnd^t bit« Be'tteort, ttüift» bn gönn na(^ mit ümk, 
benfm, jufammmfSSt, abet urj^tiJnglit^ con i^m »eif^tcbm iß, ^erfinbt 
Mie unberfSntiit, antb mit fiSbttatiut 8rf)immnn{;. Slci ^erlonolfafn« ip 
UrftMOngli^ btr ^ativ: Ztii. Thag than me OiyniUlh (Defos. op Ric«. Q. 
p, 10.). Thanne (ÄmielA Ami theih mowen ihe bet (Weicht, PoIH. S. 
p. 341.). Now ibal Lädier Ictb it, Thongb, hym looth tAynie (P. PümcHK. 
p. 384.). Sach thiog i* gtadtotD, and it ikenkith ms (Cbacc, C. T. 
10S64.). Qret pite waa it, aa it thaiuht hem alle (1763.). 2>ie ^ 
ftge untOTccfte gorm bcf nmetigtiF^e» metAtni rfl fi^on im Ute. 
gcbrautltlic^ : 80 tAyiut not u (Town. M. p. 4.). How (ftynt tAe tiü? 
<p. 6.). Me iki/rJee tboa art« bot a fole [Haujw., NngM Fo«t p. IL). 
X>ie SfflmiCatiDn twn m«(hoiiglit in bei gönn tnaüioughu mit maUünb 
ip eine tängne Untoneft^it ^Ib(. Wifmeo hit ^uncAai fa£ni 
(Lajah. I. S6.). FoT asllic ua ßunehed whel Vortigar |>aDchcd (IL 
ISS.). SeolcDd hin fiuhie (I. 31.). BrnttcD ^d/te aeküc (IL 1B.X 
3>n jUngere Xt;t Lajamon'! fe^t bie gorm Inached üfttt an bie «M 
ponched, Iiaiiched, unb MnntfÄI übeTbiu^it bit gönnen bftfeA 3''^ 
UWTtee mit bentn »on tieacheo. @Aon im Sgt. flnbtt man oft ]>iixaa 
Phr t>7n«an, |>7ncean geft^cbcn: Hg(. S?« me AynMt (Bobth. 33,1). 
S*& fna ]>Bt ribt db ^mced (Cjedm. 289.). fißhU Aim ay(/iM>, (wt he 
taügfa and crSn mtraD häfde (S<i8.); auä) Uvat ya e<Sv nn gepMt 



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(IbiB. SE, 63.). Set 0>t^ fiagJgmi Hüb puffifian, mmh fiugiaip 

Sooftit ^ btc flmnpefita /or<Atnt unb bat iüm t^UAdcau (3>att|4 
MF"nbtTbDtifcii,<l»ii&c«Te), bit brat ^grifft Ttatn lu^ btntnou 
eit »mbat iric bae «nf«^ Snb lonfhnhl attt. That I nwkede 
au, It me for-thynietli (P. pLouaHM. p. 1Ö7.). Mt foitkiniüA that 
äu» tum hen, Thf dtth dow ii dight (Tokbe-nt 1660.). Tlut ma 
/wAiiiieA (Cbacc, C. T. 9780.). HnffttOnib tjl I forthynk BOre of 
hir dede (Towb. M. p. TB.), I fortkynka (licl) thoa hai dona n 
[p. 76.); tMEri aalt an agf. /or^meon b. i. dtfGdere (f. Gami, Gloia. 
p. SU ) ohnint »iik. Slat ^bf. foiiit bit bcm for{)nicui naii^tEilbde 
%tm for^ancheD irif^t; bort ^crrfclt no^ orttonctLeD, oCtrinchiD, tMl 
«d4 Stf. tfl: Sor8 qf/nniet jt me (R. of Gi.. L 51.). Soore it m« 
»-Apiketh (F. Plodokx. p. 37t.). ^tbf. Sue tu of-fntnehed (Lajam. 
IL U3.). Ott hit hm of-pinched (I. 143.) no^ Ssf. ottiyacwi. Agf. 
Jfe Mu^inal t^: i$ hrt. jüe mitfiiaed (Apollon. p. It.). 

■wtMai nnb Meremed (f. Webst, v.) flnb bctn methiuks, 
muhoogkt na<^ebi(bet 3m Ufbripen ntiib bae (tcrfBiifti^c Serb 
nem ou^ mit nnpci^nltt^em ©ubiefte unb einem ^nfonatobjelte 
oDtt flrommalifi^cn ^ctfönen »trbunben. Itie SriitRetniig an 
boi iirf))Tfin0li(^ttl 3)atiB beS ^tr[DnaIo6j(ftt8 (f. obnt it beieemi) 
snanla|t bie fiänfige Uml^ieibunQ beS ftafuS buri^ to: Ab it 
uaa &> HC now (Shakbp., Oth. 4, 2.). Setm'd lo the boy, lome 
canndfl gaj Led him forth (Scott, L. Hioatr. 1, 31.). 

8tan in bn Stb. Mn appeu tagt fU^ BietCti^t bt« int ^ßfS^ 
|if^ Wifelgm: 7( Min«Ae wel thit etc. (Maukdet. p. 17). Bem 
jnwd hiTB (ceUn hem prot«eciouiu (Cbicc. , C. T, 10370.), .Htm 
Ktmeth it ii IQ bim nio*l awet« (p. 186. II.). Me leiayth bcit se 
dioi Morde (Cov. Utst. p. 109.). It ttmy for tue j« ttani nona 
n {Tomr. M. p. 6.); auffaStnb fSl look: / »emed opon that hon« 
(F. Flodosm. p. 460.). ^Xb\. Annd t« bitieclte icc off li&« boe, Heb 
«ikmn >I1» *(t teiMpp (Oeol, Ded. 6S.), »o itt lernest» »mtBPate bit 
Scntttiu decet nii^t unBtl»migen {nlSgl. 

Stttlfdn »hrb tbfnfan« biWxUra m^wfBnli^ artram^t: »gf- f^" 
'nM m« fAi nlnht (Boeth. 96, 3,). Sim te^ode be hTsm he hit 
Mde {JoH. 13, S2.). A^nn« mo» ne iceilÄ (Bokth, 16, 3. Ei». 
Lot. p. 5äl.). e« f*etnt, bofi Btibdi Strbai bnr ¥«fonanofiil im 
Kflti» mib im SHufotiB jnlommt. 2!it Serba fnb an fl^ ptrlBn* 
G$: Hioe hfit ^t he ne Ivt6dt (S. Gutitlac 4.). ein ^i^etrt %ci> 
W (inr« mtÜinttcnben ^titnerttS in nntinfBnliiJbn gorm iß mir im 
IQb. vif^t bctannL 

Di( aitnre ©prat^t gebraui^l not^ anbete ^ie^er fleSBrifle 3eit» 
irörtre in nnperfSnli^K gorm mit einem ?erfonaIobittte. ®a- 
ttnge^ien: mti lianmt, mii^ uunbert, mit^ gemannt 
(* n- bgl. m. SDit jftngete ©pr«^ ^at pe aufgegeben. 

Äk. m m««e, mir trSumte. Sodejtdy ne mttu That Pier«.. 
vu pcjDted at blodr (P. Plooobm. p. S96. cT. 4S4.). J/a nMffie I 
mt in «Bcb metcbief (Ciutic., C. T. 16SB. cf. 16380. 16384.). Me 
■MtM 1 wMWitUa B temple (Born of F. 119.). Qalbf. He leide Ut 
fv IcodcD hn Am uuUs (Lajak. I. 64.). Q< »irb ab« oucb btr 
tiSnitenbe wie btr Xraum |nm eubjtit be« geitnorte«: Site. 
He Met that a lampe . . Hongede an hcjje (Chboh. Vilod. p. ii.). 
Jotph mMt tDer*eilloiul; (V, Fi.oiiaBH. p..l48.). TIät oo» met in 
bi« bed . . How thit hi« blaw gan ^h» tatan calla (Cbauc-, C. T. 
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196 H-S^- a3ort.ü.©ttMflflnn8. I.«6(f^it. SBortfAguna. II. ©. ob». 6a1iifp. 

1S4SS.). I «Mi of Um (6169.). BU dnunei tlwt he mm (16519.). 
^flftf. pe Üng tm«tM . . t>M etc. (Lajah. lü. 388.) imb 2»« "wr- 
MiUmmmU »«ivb ifatti me thaniiB (P, Pi^onaHii. p. IGü.). ^16^. Ä 
tweumi hlm metu {LiStM. lU. 1». ef. 16- 118.). 3>aC itt Onnbc 

gfi^dbcn ijl, tomtnt mit «ntm ^ntonuletirftt bor: Ic irefn» cpt 
gabt 9gf. matan, gmuchm, OtUitt nu^ MD mfitan, oecume, 
■ecgu TjUe hTät me gaaatU tä midre nihte {Qaxrs, Ag«. Fom. ü. 
143. cf. Caom. StlO.). ä>eßi I>s m» mStU (Qek. S7, 6.). 2}anäai 
tnnint bo» ». avefnjiui Hm>trfBllIt$ B«: Htt ^ tv^fned« (Ctom. 
S649.). ed nugtu f^ttiTt tmi; b« SltufatJB oK $a1otta[Dblc& pi 

S^ot; Sei aTBfDjBu t|l bn AiluS uo^I bn Xiattv. »uinn bon bicfcs 
ccb« nii^ I«4l ba< ^1»» wctDintnt, ifl attt bn Katur bc« ar^SÜf 
tdubegriffe« R«. 

Sntt. «te dtwned tfl bnll ma mette Rttf^n^ntb atbnn^t: Of gaül 
•nd of i^oiia lang Qretly me drtmed (P. Plouqbk. p. 369.). Mi 
dremed . . Ad elf qneen schal m; knunan be (Chacc, C. T. 15198.). 
OmS^i^ tft ilram«D )Kif Bnli^ : What I Hadd« y - dnättd (P. Plocobm. 
p. 896. cf. 1S5.). Dreamt tu bKrefoot, or Ariamt b» ihood (Cbauc, 
Hoose of F. 9S.). Like u / iJreiNneii whui I dept (Drum 3204.). 
I drmned t>i tum (C. T. 6164.). Om 4iltb|. tfl ilremen, dremnen tto^ 
tSimtn, jnbeln, nie Sgf. dr&tnaa; bn I9cbeutiuig nsi^ finntitt c* 

fealtIlln;b. .Dreymir mÜfc (Atuh. 10. 14. 20.) nnb S^b. lroit«t<M 
b. <n>unuin; So mir na troumta (Iweuc 13S.]. Sin ObieMIaflU 
uc^I uiftuSnalit^ bn ttllufatie, til^t bn bnn Sltutf^ni nt/at 

atib. 

9tte. TM mynnyt, cS gotia^nt mi$, t^ (linttctc mi(^ JCi 
(t^n^ m; muMi-.told etc. (Town. M. p. 235.). Crjit laidB hii 
Mlf mynnyt me (p. 287.). Marj, m« (nyrtnyt, thi modcr hight (p. 
349.) neun: Ye mytmen wd how Mathev aeith (F. Fi^ocobii. 
p. 322.). I myn, I bight hym grace (Town. M. p. 72.). SHe o» 
pnfBnlit^e gönn gc^Git bcm ÖotSf- : if« mmeßß pem icc njsde jsw 
(Orm. 1817. cC 9S43.)- Me nuneM off hemm ba[t« (1949S.), «fa 
bic ^(t(Bnli^; Wal ja hit majen imunen (Lajam, IJ. 859.). M. 
myrD'an, gemoryan, reminuci, gicbt tcincu Sufalttt fät bic uti))n[inliqt 
@tixauä)iv>t\\t; fit f^cint b<tn Eßoiben ISnglanbe anjugt^emi nnb onf 
boS Ktnocb. jurM)iiiHjfcn. Minnir fiik eiAa, bn btntß btc 6ibc 
^ardaricTida L 45.). Slana^ ift baS $crfDnali)6j:((t bn Xdnfotis. 

Kitt it rflncmir«fA me oitfllril^t bcm ma mjnnjr*: Whan ÜMt ü 
remembriA na Upoo mj yoattie . . It likellth me (Ckauc, C T. 6051.). 
txt Sulbnid i^ Vttfr.: Ken moi ramea^ret k» je droit« choaM tä 
ttii (Lei Quateue Livb. d. H. p. 482.). 3)al Snb iji fon^ OS^ 
nfttfib: Site. A maa schKl remm^ire km of bii aj^nea (Chauc, C. 
T. p. 186. n.), nie no^ fpStn: I du rtntemher me (Shaksf., Bidk Ilt 
4, 2. cf. Um. of Ath. 1, 3. Boro. a. Jul. 1, 9.). I da remmier 
me of tuch a yonlh (Coopeh, Spy 7.) unb Xltft.: St *oi ramembtrrot 
mia de mei pecbiei [L c. p, 506.). 

Site, me ««ndretA, nii4 WnnbCTt M» wondrih that meo seo 
beoth agait (Aus. S40.); (on^ In bn ^tgü ftt^intiät: On )ü iMne 
«•n vöndred (Lahot. IL 239.). ß» Jemt timidriden (WicLTm, 
Job. 7, 15.). Alle jee leondren (7, 31.}. 2ifl je« immdre fi» HS 
(6, 38.). ^(tf. Wundredam bapa off aU (Oau. 7638.). TFimdralM 
A-hOm (Lajail n. 499.). «sf. Ps vundnxis A« (Uais. 8, 10.). >« 
MM vwtdredon (8, ST.). ^ mdmo vundredon (9, SS.), " " " 



le (37, 14. cf. Mabc 5, 30. G, 6. 12, 17. IB, CL 44. Lrc;. 

1, SS.). II jp botet «14t BMH4änli4. ba| in etcOtit loie ruxbwit 

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fiat fole hJM Mre (Math. 7, 26.) ba« Stimmt Bn^Btlü* iOtttoAl 
1% Utnoife. ifl bo* ^SUtixm undrmi; bit rnttfofSnli^i germ tbnmt 
in Sa^b. Des ininil«^ irucA (Iwsn IST.). 

WU. «M monislelft == um wondreth. Mooba now m« meneitiih, 
ud weU DMj I m lothe, Of joora luge lerenj (Defos. uf Rica. IL 
p. S.]. Äi yet DM niercetCfd mor« (P. Pldvghu. p. S23.). i(a »er- 
ttii/A Tlut jo» moTylh (Cov. My»t. p, 108.). «flt. Tonro «row. . 
Ii mekille m<r>e& me (Towb. M. p. ISG.). 3)tc( i{i bCT flU^ 
Ochant^ iti 3tittDatte«; baS tthtmaie ^Jluflse, stgrandttig uritlUnbt I 
mirrel ift (BnifalU Olt: lliat <A<« De merveiUd mocbe (Dbpos. of 
Rica. IL p. as,). 3ni «ttfr. ifl |tdlitt bie «fiep« gcmi leit altti 
5rit gcblSnt^fu^; Noa merveiäum* m» (Les Quathe Lmt. d. R. 
p. 418.), woTanf bit tmpt^^iali^ OebTaui^ettKife Itit^t ^«Mrgt^ 
tnti^tc, ba merreiller olg ttanfltitM« Snb mit btm SItutatib ja 
Betia^tni i^ Utbrigcnl (ann man bie Siage aaFnicvfn), dB me merveleth 
ttaa auf me woiidieth ^rvorgcsangcn, sbtr bitlmc^r bat Umae'^t 
im %aa t(L 

%xt mit einem ^erfottalfafuS ju gebraui^tit, ^at fl^r li>ic ntan 

fu^t, im Steunt^Iifilien in bcf^ränftem IJiaa^t erhalten, aBgefe^ 

bon ben ttan{itiben Seiten- (£3 ifl f(^iser ©iltitbt bafßi anjii< 

ge&en, toenn man ni^t annehmen batf, bag bie bet boint^Qmli« 

4ni @)>rai^e ^etäufig^en gormen namentli^ ber [itteratifi^en 

@pia^e oDmälig unebel trfi^ienen. 

yy) dntranfttibe $ei6a, icel^e in bie ttanfitibt Sebtutnng üter* 

ge^en, nehmen ben atlufotib ju flcft. ©. I. 312ff. 

h.Cb b'D)>)]efter SKufati» f)al bt\ einem unb bemfelben Bt'tuort 

\äat @leße, liio bem ©egenßunbe, uoTauf bie ZifSii^tät gerietet 

ijt eine fiiäbtfatibe Seftimmuna beigegeben wirb, anf liKlt^e bi^ 

il^ihigfcit in bei ^eife mitbejogen i|i, bog jene but^ bit X^äti^eit 

erfl jm Srfi^nung tcmmt, ober buti^ bitfelbe betboigebiac^t isiib' 

9ii b«n (toteren gafle lann baS 3«ttbort in tiefei SJeibinbung ol« 

faltitib betrai^tet uerben- 9}atfiilic^ tommen unter ben 3eitffiörletn 

>u({| leflejcibe ^nU in S9etiai^t. 3)ie }MäCi{atibe SSenintmung 

airb bnri^ einen ©«bfiontiBb tatiff oBei buit^ ein Slbjeftib 

oiKgftiaift. 3)a« SngUftE^e fte^t in ber ^e^anbtung bitfei btiben 

Setetbeilc bfm Sateinif(ben toie btn romanifi^en Sprai^eii na^e; im 

Sagdfäi^ftfcbett bagegen ift, tuit in altgeimanifc^en ^ialeften übti^anpt, 

bot präcitative <Bi^(taRtib auf eintn engeren Streik bef(^iän!t. Der 

9«tiä^en, ffiel^e im @an;en ^bjettiben gfeid) flehen, »irb fpfitei 

Hmberä gebaut toerben, obtoo^l einzelne Seifpitte mit aufgefS^rt 

Bie S^jfitiafeiiabegriffe, Wel^e ^ierSei in«6efonbttt in ©etra<^t lom« 
mtn, fittb fplgtnbe: 

nesnen obei mit einem Jßamtn bejei^nen. 

Mj fatbar namtd m« AUatfOut (Shahbf. , WioL T. 4, 2.}. ] msj 
nriilf« Um — my lotimg fiilAer (Taming 4 , 5.). Call Mt Mm« Jeg- 
mI(Ho8IA 1, 4.). Tbou ityUtt Ihyulf At Emperor't officer (CtaXB., 
Ke«. S, 2.). To tbote whom we lerm the Antäenl* (Irvino, Colomb. 
1) !■). Tbe towo had iückiiamtd hm Betnt Sti/mour (Maoaol., H. 
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198 U.m. Sort-tt-eat^snna. L «ti|l^ aBertfngmts. t1. 33. ab». CatScfL 

CttÜ i«r tun« (Shakbp., Two Gentlem. 2, 4.). Do not mame Sil- 
ma Ikiwt (5, 4.)< Ära thej «ven vhal they eoS kapfier? (Caki^ 
PMt h. Pres. 1, 1.). 

3){c ftongntnu M (irSbilatiMn ecsriffrt mft 'btm ObjcfU iB MTingSttdlt 
Sd 3tit»Btttni bwfn ««beutnnfl (tit Sltefttt 3tit gthräit*«*: Wie. Me depett« 
kU Stuame (B. ov Gft. 1. !7.)- "^^ ^lo'T ^°"<^< ^^^ ■°"° coOm A« ImkI 
t^ pmmyutaun [Uaurdev. p. 1.). Of Bolgtrie, that meu «tepen Ae Znad 
^ B<rugiert (p. 6.). $aI6f. Fon^ m&hlit ta neimnnenn mann Afftar 
Qrikkuhe ipsche Myeroco—ma» (Obm. 1T69S.). Kgf. yhme ^Me«tan Km 
nemde (Cadm. 12290- J^^ >>« nffitti« apojte&u (Luc. 6, 13.). Ood &A AI 
^Anus heofonaa (Oeh. I, 8.). Men hätad f^tne dltt gedru iig (A.-S. 
Houii,. I. 9B.). pon» ridor Ood g«hH heofon (Babil., Hexvn. 4.). .Xfte 
lEJen« .Z>«m<ce eyning AHah of EngU-Unds ^eeDmion (Sax, Cmu 1014.). 

bOTftellcR unb bat|te[ten als etwaf. ÜDie {ogtTtdnnteit -vkA» 
cogitimdi eC declarandi, tOD^in hold, Uke, think, deem, reckon, beliere, 
jndge, account, coniider, fatic;, suppoae, imagine, soapect, acknowledge^ 
kaow, conceWe, remamber, bope, wiah^ own, avow, confua, show, 
decUre, manifest, pronounce, graot, prociaim, profew, prave, betr^, 
■wear, Warrant, boatt ic. itnb negative ^txha, tvie deny li. a. g^fi* 
ifii, i)aita. in neuertr 3"' infi&efonbtte baä pifibilatibc @u£fiaiitib 
in (uidgebc^Tttnem 3Raagt ju jl^ genommen. 

I hold him bat a fool (Shaksp., Tito Gentlem. 5, 4.). Tba tM- 
pret^ fon« I (die Urm (Tit. Audr. 5, 3.). Sham-heroea, wbat an 
called qaacka, MinMi^ t&em herot* (Cakl., Fast a. Ftm. 2, 7.). In 
that I dtem ymi an Ol kusbmd (Skaksp., Heory VIIL 8, 3.). Ton 
reekon yoiattlf a primteged ptrson (Scott, B. Boy 33.). The ^mA 
tnd soUeD hamour of tbe ti^me fiid^d e^ry effirl of the anao ■ 
crime (Coyre. p. 17.). .Tkif I my ptory oecoiniJ (Mo-T., P. L. G, 726.> 
I have atwaj'B covidered ä a great poM in my nnde'a chanctar . . 
that he wo« tba iDtimate Mend aud companioa of Tom Smart (DicxESi, 
Pickw. 2, 20.). Tbe troop tVhom tbe poor Cardinal Jineit» kii pn- 
ttolon (BuLw., Bichel. 3, 4.)- I-et me »mppa»t you ik« ßnt lord of 
(he treajnry (Goldsm. , G. NiL M. 3.). Imoffine Mm a Rynckmim 
«nd thy/ot (Shaksp., I Henry VI. 4, 7.). Wo dream eaek temd *iJ 
$lar OUT friend (YouHa, N. Tb. B, 183.). I huie Ikem fi^tarw* <d 
tbe feital honr (Btr., Ch. Bai. 1, 9.). That aU wbo viaw „the idiot 
in bis glory," CiHiortii« /Ae bard t/i« hero of tbe storj (id. p. 315,). 
I rtMtmbtr Mim a very flne gentlema» hmuel/ (BiOKSiwr., Lion. •. 
Clar. 1, 1.). Dar» I Mop» profound FMäotophert tke eonwrt» of > 
■ODg? (YoUMQ, N. Th. 7, 1388.). Treaion makes me viUk flifM/ ■ 
btj^ar (SsAKSP., Bich. II. &, 5.). She wai foic'd to owa Mtn^ Mjr 
to^ff (SoUTHEKN, OrooD. 2, 1). If you >roald..unte yonrt^ talAr 
(Scott, Qn. Durw. 5,). fon havt eonfetud youruff a $py (Soorr, 
B. Boy 30.). The dragoon Mt in tbe taddle nith a firoineu nnd 
•aas that tkowed Mim miuUr of bimaelf and hone (Coop., Spy 6.). 
Ibat tribnnal promawetd CkarUg a tyramt (Macadu, H. of £. L 125.). 
My bivin I'U proee tbe female to my aool (Shaksp., Btcb. n. 5, b.% 
Tto •□ intereat In proving hm o num of fair and moit erect inte- 
grity {Bbesid. Khowlxb, Virgin. I, 1.). 111 netar myteif tky tat/ml > 
(Sbakbp., Tomp. 3, 2.). I fDatrant Um a aarrior trUd (Scott, Mww. 
6 , 15.). Th« violet . . May boatt iudf ihe fainU Jtoiwr (n>., Th» 



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' rMtet> Ehrt thM dmM %tetr s fbvfewiMi^/* (Shaxbf^ John 1, 

'.) R. f. W. 
3a^r(i4 flnb ®fi(e mit (irfitiilatiMii ^bjeltiocn. 

lat iyif I keU tiü propkeey (Scott, Lndj of the L. 1, 23.). Tob 
Ami AwnUe . . God aoeomti kirn pnmd (Cowf. p. 41.). S^j 
Uämk IM old (Scott, Innho« 8.). I wonld not bear agiia mj 
h^'b name Till I conld deem ü «pofbf* (BuLw., Lad/ <^ Lyoiu 
5, 2.). Three wAom thejp rwiton JtltMt (Cul,, Pwt *. Pres, 3, 8.). 
I do btUeiM Ate knufiä to thj king (Addis., C«to 3, 6.). Benin I 
jadfc MMr OWK mf ^od (Shaebp., II Heni; VI. 8, 1,}. FlAntagOMt 
Bsrer faneUd Uma^f eoapetent to euet «te. (HacÄvl., H. of E, L 
30.). Tha Dame her charm lucettrfvl Imew (Scott, L. Minatr. 6, 15.). 
I did mth him dtad (Shaksp., Bich. II. 6, 6.}. No aoiil ahall dw« 
Jvov lamttlf ln^erial (Coleh., Wallelist 3, ?.). Erery on« no« 
ctmcMtd Atm guaiy (FiELfi. , J. Ändr. 1 , 14.). Towardi the Utter 
■he dedared kerself mexorabU (Robkrts., H. of ScotL ü. 16.). 31w 
doom that rpoke me dtad (Scott, Lord of tlie Tal. 4, 93. cf. YoUKO, 
N. Th. 7, 601.). Behold thii fruit, trhoaa gleaming rind ingraT'n 
tJVn- tlie moat fair," would seem aaard ü tkme (TicMMTa. p. 101.). 
I gnmt Mm liberal (Scott, Lady of the L. 2, 14. c£ Vomro, N. 
Th. 4, 805.). Et'd ailent night proeiaim» my Motd ünmortaf (Yomre, 
H. Th. 1, 103.). YoQ bare aome enemiea, tbat repTMnif yo« dtmgt- 
ren (Sodtbkbx, Oroon. 3, 1.). Wbich marr'd bia borrow'd Tiaage 
«ad btirmfd Hirn eotmter/ail (Milt., P. L. 4, 116.). üy peniteotial 
rtripaB..HaTe porcbaa'd Heav'n, and prave my ttüe good (CoWP. 
p. 41.). Can we boatt onntlvei reptMioait — wImh a stränget and 
« barbuian it thiis thrnst npon our necks? (Bulv., Bienii 4, 3.) 
k. f. U. 

Kt ä«^l bn mit )>rabitattn ®iibj)<tntiucii ttn Xnu|iiti» Mtbttnbditn 
Böinhbr mmbcrt fi^, je iwitcr im in bii Ilttrc 3"t juritdgc^; VUe. 
Aad A«M fto^rncMe a jope (F. Plouqbm. p. 433.). Ee held hiäut^ a foul 
cnMrd, ThAt he did homage to kjng Richard (Bich. C. ds L. S38S.). 
Jbcm, lAyni^t tAü good giaaei (Cov, Mt»t. p. SOG.). I worronte Aym o 
wccAa (P. Pi.oDCBM. p. 373.]. J. mayd imd^yUd I bope he xal fM prtM 
(p. 141.). To d^me Ihy lady erer more thy friend (Chauc:, Conrt of Ii. 
410.}. Jewes, thot m jogge ludu felawa (P. Pi^dorh. p. 164.). ^olbf- 
U SikaEnea gnaden toUeipe heo heobUa (Lajah. II. SGL). Hgf. [M tnngd- 
fleiaa (ScMAfHm Oriti liäne mann (A.-S. Howi.. I. S6.). Ht Amm «wr- 
Adox (Mtu Ood (I. 108.). 

fiibiliithim abidttvtn itfltsntt man totit ^Infisei:: Vttc All« A«Um 
i«i mi-kardjt, And hii couaMi^ /eU« (P. Plovohm. p. 11.). I hoid Awn 
rkt« (Chaoc, C. T. 0768.). Alle here yatu ibej thought too norw« 
Oben. C. DB L. 6752.). AI thia lond, that Ihou teUeif fAyn (Aj-ia. 886.). 
Let hyiQ dtta« hym. ahyk or ded« {Town. M. p. 189.). Tor ha leoot Mre 
riete (P. Plolühii. p.- 82.). Por aj I cownte a* »A«i( fTowH. M, p. 264.). 
Be ttiaf DOt tBÜh fä* feytt dm« (Towk. M, p. 181.). ^K|. {Moa hcdene 
hnJw laOtd iw al ibundtn (Lijah. II. 34S.). ^>ni« Im king dmtd« /or- 
Ion <U. 506.). Heo mufon Aeom ^icicd (II. 467.). Hgf. pt fnug fi ge 
tertM jdgfiut (Beda 1, 2b.). Gif ae taceid hine hr«ißigna taalde (A,>S. 
Hoan. I. 124.). Ic ^ <)5<jne vat,fötlhgdigne (Cjcdm. 1341.). 

fc^cn, fft^len. Unttt ben Stfiattfltfitdbeeriffcn ber @timeeetm>f{il> 
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EtMclei . . ibortlf iball jm mc Ai> ford« (Gucotoki, Jocatta 2, 
1.). Till wiA thdi eyw thoy ««e w tmptnn (Uabi~, I TwnbnrL 
1, 2.). I nHiat not («■ fi<« Onaa»'» bride (Btr., Bride 9, 10:). Thii 
iMpact wma canveited iato admintioii, od beholdmg the ÄtkaMom primee 
a volmlarp eapÜBt (GiuAS, Hiit. of Grawe). 

Oire ground, if ;oa tee läm /unou» (SaAEBP., TweUUi N. 8, 4.). 
Till I behold /um dtad (Born. >. JaL 3, 5.)- I Am rejoiced lo «ee sa 
AoiMff oowe fo (IroMf (Coler^ Pico. 5, 4.). Tha children yet nnbon 
SbiU J%(I At* dqr aa *&»;» to äiem u thorn (Ss&ksf., Bach. IL 
S, 1.). 

3» IKT lUtmit@|>ta<^ f^fittt bat 6ti(ftaitttb lä biefcn X^atiettttsbcgriffoi 
tu6f nü^t als ^nabtlattix i9c|lunniimg beliebt: Ultc. He tlut lot^Ac his fftdret 
iifwy meoiire« noied (Malsubv. p. 222.)' W>«" "»isbt "« ««« "^ •«*« 
CrowB. M. p. S18,). I le 14* nahyd (Cov. M^bt. p. 27.). He /eU hit A«rte 
eolde {Chaoc, C. T. 11335.). »gf. pll ^«imA he Mk Mdor idrig {3. 
Ocifa.AC 9.). JA te Eisend Aüte unrSMB geiesh (Luc. IS, 14,). Sart 
Ue geiAvon Aeöm KaAwnan (Cjdm. 190.). 

finben (antteffm, entbtden), in eiflmtiii^et imb fitcttragcna 
Stbnitung. 

Hin« «y< hath well enmined lii« part«. And ßnäs tkewi ptifiet 
Biciutrd (John 1 , t.). They fotMid it a barbanm» Jargon; thej fixed 
it in uritiiig (MACAm,., H. of E. I. 11.). 

To ßnd ihy brother Batnamu tkaä (ShueSp., Tit. Andron. 3, 4.). 
If they find me worlhlra§, tbey will dtsmisa ine (Cakl., Fr. BeroL 
8, 2, 2.). We hdd tiied him and /owtd Aim hoaeil (Skemd. Kkowi^ 
VirBin. 1, 1.). 

Satci He Bhal fynde tne hi» /rend (P. Fi.ouanM. p. 203.). iStoon ßun 
KluJt Uft/nde (Chaoc,, C. T. 1S431.); Bfttt Hitt abjtftiBi(iJet Qefltmiiniiig: 
I hme jimnde Aat tlerre mare highe (Macsdbt. p. IBl,). Wbaa thei/yiiÄ 
the JUiKhe fatte (p. 202.). $it(b[. Heo hü funden tod (Lajam. L SS8.). 
AI Ic wolle aqnellen fiat Ic guikt uindt (111. 211.). Bgf. etif|)itb, ob' 
8cf(^ bon btn ^«ttiiiipira, fc^titun )u fc^Itn. 

l^abeit, Balten, nehmen (im etgmtli^en, nt(^t im SSertragennt 
Sinne), lo|fen, belaffen, ^intetlaffen ic. (haTe, keep, taka, 
gnard, contiaae, leave u. tgl.). l-'H A°*>' ^i"* o cofoiM'' '(Bew Joxk, 
New Idu 3, 1.}. Cteaar, tlutt haA more kingt hü ttnaiU*, Tbwa thy- 
Belf domeatic ofGcers (Shasbp., Cymb. 3, 1.). Woaldat thon A««e aM 
frtiäor also? (Btxw., Bienzi 5, 4.). That power that made yoa kiog, 
Hath power to ketp you king (Shakbf., Bich. II. 3, 2.). I woald 
tait desire priaoner (id., Love'a L. L. 1, 2.). He woold eonü^me me 
a prUöner tili we arrived at Lisbon (Swi^t). Hoble Warwick, Cob- 
ham, and Ihe rest, Wbom we kave left proteclor,§ of the king (Soaxsp., 
in Henry VI. 1, 2.). I Itave yoa Ute heir of my whcda aat»te 
(FaLu., T. Jon. 6, 6.). Her father thoogbl fit to leave me her 
gnardiam (Bulw., Money 1, 1.), 

^läbtfatice 3(bieftibe Inü))fen fl^ no^ (»t «^'^ ^eittDBrtet, ttje W, 
bear away ic- 

AoBwer me, lome of yoa; yoa who havs pow'r, And k9o» yo«r 
MMM Aaa (Soutbkuk, Oroou. 3, 3.). Th'old And ciaxy Earth hm 



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kad her ikaÜMg fitt mon fitqtuM, Aud forgone Ii«r nsnal mK (CowF. 
p, 186.)- I^et tbem fcwji (Aeir Nm6« vAoU (Sbakbp., Herry Wh. S, 
1.). Witb cloM fidelitj and love onfeign'd To kttp tke matrüiUMial 
M wulaim'd (Cowp. p. 3.). Attention htld Um wmte (Milt., F. L, 
1, 618.). It is BD ancient aaying, that th« rubj Bring« gladne» to 
Äe vearer, and prettrvti 7*e Arar( pwe (Lomof. I, 141.), Th« 
diover kat lefl the myrän and Ue nolet-ftonit lofrah (Bdlw.j Alice 1, 
1.). Lrt me doM witb him (Shasbf., Twelfth N. 3, 3.). het tkete 
UrMts ofcme (Troil. a. Cr. 4, 5.). Let me Uave ü alone then (Dickkns, 
Chriftm. Car. 1.). Hope not to bear moaf Ihy erimet «npimüAnf 
(HowK, Fair Penit. 4, 1.). Yon fcotw m« Aon* irith gratitnde (Bolw, 
ffichel. 2, 2.). 

a* «Ite eptai^ b(($ritnlt bei 3rit»6rtCTn biefer Strt bie »jrSbitatiM »t- 
ftimininig onf bat Sbicftiu, oicbt aBn bnn ^ailtciti bee ^erftft eint (d 
<B<itnn bctareingtt Stelle, e.^aitici^. Sltt. Tha Hotj Qou ihall in hjr 
Ij^ And kepe hir taadynJuide fiiUe dene (Towb. U, p. 1&9.). J**-- 
Ihm mealOTie (Wid-ifre Job. 16, 32.]. Zat the loteUt ahne (F. ViAmaaM. 
p. 499.). ^oßf. Pe oder volde Awi Aoiim dafl (Lajah. I. 318.). Pear 
Aeom 9uf<: AeoUa (I. S6.]. jSn fi«aM juiie he at-heold (I. SS.). BnUtM 
heom alogen , and monie guif nomen (III. 67.} u. 0. SaS Sg{. bittet 
DKntg St^))itle: Ge forlitm me dnn« and ic ne eam ftna (Jon. 16, 89.). 
Ofemüde IdeU forlit {Luc. 1, 53.). God Mne Iftfrigne (A.-S. ftuoL. I. 
18.]. Ic t>e bidde and haleige [lüt [>ii me niefre £eÄyi£i^e scd «orA^iAie.. 
nt fiite (8. Gcthi,ac 20.). Uie Äonfltuftion »ra 6a6eii tfl Seitn $aitici)) 
nQer ju ertttern; bn^ ttiag btretts an bie IltBeteinftlin mutig mit bcm ICltfr. 
crinuit nxibcn, tvo anc^ ein präbitiitiwe SblcRi» bei avoir afC^cint: La chaii 
(dUaaehe {Gixa. r. Vuke UG. Bekk.). 

intK^tn b. 1^. I^f241i(^ ober buri^ dum Sßillnieaft an einem 
Otgo^ant« eine quatitotiee eefHmmimQ fe^n. Set (ii^äbitatieen 
@ii6flaittiben (ommt au§er bett Segtiffen matten, trjiuattt 
(bnn^ ©tburt machen), einfe^en namentCi^ eine 9{et^e ben Btit- 
BSrteni in Setrat^t, uelt^e 6e{limmen, eitsä^len, einernten, 
tintteiben, frSnen, fi^logen (jittn 8üft«), abot»tirtn u. bgl. 
Bcjri^ntii, tDDnitrtei anc^ ^erta Uiebette^ren, \aAift an fl(^ bie SBeben« 
ttmg Benennen ^£en. 

I will nake kirn a yreat naiion (Gen. 17, 20.). Bringiog th€ crown 
to mair ym emperor (Marl., I. Tambarl. 1, !.). She madr hin» a 
■aartyr, and now he maiet her a samt (Bulw., Money 1, 1.). I am 
the only man who coa\ä.. Maie yon a Bahop (Ricbel. 2, 2.). A 
Uarion Delonne woald make a beUer hfroine thnn Clella (Kavauaoh, 
Fi. Wom. of Lett. 3.), His free and jovial teooper . . reitdfrtd hbn a 
ßuowrile among tbe nobilit^ (Scott, ivanhoe 2). I BhouId..btw 
bomtd tKyttlf apprenüce to a taÜor (Mabbyat, P. Simple 1, 1.). Shall 
the dear babe . . moa I begot a prince, be boi-n a slave ? (Southern, 
Oroon. 3, 1.) Louk, if the tut villain have not tranfformeä Atm ape 
(Shaup., It Henry IV. 2, 2.). The Lord shall eatabUtk Ure au iolf 
penpU DDto himaelf (Decter. 28, 9.). Who makes faimaelf Wkat na- 
hm; AnÜii'd kirn (Colks., Piec. 1, 4.). He ereatea Lucnu pro-coa- 
ad (Shaksp., Cymb. 3, 6.). I would tbe College of the cardinal« 
WooH dbon Am popt (II Henry VI. 1, a.). Why not re-eleel kirn 
dteeneirf (^erid. Kmowi.es, Virpn. 1, 1.). We named Ottrtelf 



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dtemwir (ib.)- We will äteet yov higlmtu tmperor (Mabl, I Tun- 
bori. I, 1.). To oroim kimtdf tiiuf, wai sapprau ths prince (Shaxbf., 
I Henry VI. 1, 3.)- I dii£ tt» JUt^At (Scott, Marm. 6, 12.). &ich«rd, 
wfao witk willing loni Adopt* Aee httr (Shaup., Bich. IL 4, 1.) u. a. 
3)ad ))Täbttatiee Sbieftio »eiititbct ft^ mit «nn todt griSgctcn 
Knja^l oon Ser^Cbcgtiffen, ta viele (EtnlcirlHnant rint am Objettc 
^fttnbe Seßtmmunj bebingen {BnitEn. Sie ba^er ^ter bie begriffe 

neben bcm mt^rfai^ ibejet^neten matten eine Snja^l anbcccc t>oi, 
DKdi^e, nie fttfc», (egen, ßogen, f (plagen, treiben, {(Riegen, 
f<^ntibeit, entblbgen, malen, lüflen, tiinleu,f(^ttati^eii u. 
t>. a,, eine SRannigfaltigleit Bon Sib^tigteiten bejei^nen, berni Sffiicfanig 
irgtnb eine Güeenj^aft beS Objrfte« ^eibDijubrtnnen geeignet ifl. Sine 
©lenje ifl füi bti neuere Sprai^e auf biefeni Sebiete ni^t gu fe^ea. 
SRan^c ^etbinbungen Don Setben mit Kbieltioen tteibcn \äbft jum 
(£ifat einfat^ei tianfltioer Sitxha 6enn^. 

it will rnait yo> mad (SbiUsp., JdL Cte«. 8, 2.). Not IwppineM 
ittelf matei good her Mime (Vociie, N. Th. 1, 274.). Donbt not that 
Ire ibnll be atroiig enoogh to make good tmr qaarlerf (Scott, Itad- 
hoe 2,). The power «hieb broaght fon bare HaOi made jroa noac 
(Bnt^ Maufr. 1, 1.). Their valor and ferocity had aade Ikeat miupi- 
CHOM (MaCadl., H. of E. I. 10.). Fulfi] ;our woid. And make mu 
noble.' (Bui>w., SicheL 3, 4.). An art wbich practica hod alreadj 
rtmdered rtgwlar (Scott, Minitr. I. 8.). Ali tiiKt can reader mmoo-- 
die* bald (iTBohoe 3.). HeavVs blast beam hnu emegar taore «ewV 
(Pope, Esiay on-M. 2, 148.). What if tby rental I refonn? and 
draw An inveDtory new to >e( Ate rightf (YoCKO, N. Tb. 6, 411.) 
Tbe bitter enp they mingled, atraogtheDed thee Fof. tbo graat woA 
U> ttt tky ctnatiy free (Brtant p. 119.). I laid tkeü- daggen VMdj 
(SsAKiP., Macb. 2, 2.). We ihall therefore rery minately fay opM 
thMe preeioat matter» (Fibli>., T. Jod. 2, 2.). Tbe woand that laid 
(Am low (Str. p. 327.). TU tbUce thee dead (Shaxbp., Jobs 4, S.). 
Hia eloqaence had tlnuik tktm dml, (Hacaoi.., H. of E. IV. 17.). A 
■ingle traitor conld Strikt impotaU tke faiA of tbouwmda (Bulw., 
KcheL 2, 2.). You niiiit keep tbe latcice- blind« cloie ahnt, or the 
■on would ifrMM yoa mad (Dickens, Fict. fr. It, Genoa). Who«*«r 
fiodi bim »koot Mm dead (Scott, Bokaby 2, 2G.). Ua drew a piatol 
and )hot Dar» dead (Macadl., U. of E. II. 146.). War shall emt 
liem tkorl (Sbaxsp., II Henry VI. 4, 4.). Well tama the,t«rron of 
thdr bow And cul tke bow-ttring loott (Scott, Lord of tbe laL 6. 
32.). Strip your meord ilari maked (Shaxsp., Twelfth N. 3, 4.). H« 
hidea . . His own offencea, and ttr^s otker» bare (Cowp. p. 109.). A» 
if bii coDitilntioD wem aoalogoui to tbat of a muffin, and it waa 
auBBtial to laa$t kirn brmm while he was very new (Dicumb, Doaa- 
bey a. 8. 1, 1.). äooner shall thay drink tk* oaeam dry, nUa COB< 
qner Malta (MÄri„, Jaw of M. 6, 4. cf. Sbakbp., Bich. IL 3, 2.). 
Bat neithar ileep Of laty nurse, wko morM Ike tiek awa dead ttc. 
(Cowp. p. 165.) n. 0. a. 

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3n aita 3«! iß fit befArSntt Httt. Änd muck AyM t^iy 
«f biceloDd (B. OF Gl. U. 420.). poa.,makUt fiitelf god (Wici-rm 
Job. 10, 3S.). I make FUn the PloKman My proeuratour (P. Flouohh. 
p. 411.). Sehe maieth Abmlon hir ape (Cbavc, C. T. 3S89.). Wlien 
■tun« dede maJce me kit thrailef (Towh. U. p. SS.). Bkopen hem herem/tt* 
(P. Plouqem. p. 4.). p« biuhop . . dmat .ficfionore eorormed quene A lödjr 
(Lurar. IL 3S6.). ^( f Tipofition to beim ^aiittMoTlt ßatt b« ^rObflatiMii 
BtlUiiuuiui fl tft hm^ b« uxittm fl6cT»ite«ib. @. nntni. S« mik« finM 
MX im fttlbf. fi^ oft bcn (irdbilattMn aRuIotib: Ich wolle p« moiKen 
lide «OH (IiAjAM. IL SS.). He htom fard rlhtei wolden maiien emhiet 
(ID. Ifil.). He ihoUde Toaketm Aeirm Anfnanu (Orm. ISiSS,). 3ltt Vgf. 
bmiBtii l^^tt s^Bdgc Snfra uon bn %lttltgung mh Slamtn bn, fo bag 
ei«C mk: God hini letu naaum Adam (A.-S. Hokil. ], 1!.). 0«*et6p 
him tHMMHi Adam (S. Babil., Hexan. 11.), nur bie Umf^rribnliB bei 3^ 
wäti nennen aU^altn. 

Silbilottw Kbieltiut trifft man bagtscn feit fiHbeßer 3eit tci S^Ui^ 
3(illvirtcm: Wtc SeknetM hoptlh maitd me fid Um» (Wbiubt, Anecd. 
p. ;.). Mak« Ae glad (p. 10.). Crjmtene men restTd and nade hon 
mtrtyt (Bico. C. db L. 45B8.). Imto . . Maketh kirn üght of ipeche 
(E. Plodghm. p. 808.), I echal ratort jou yoare doughUr hool and «ound 
((kxtic., C. T. p. 1S4. L). Thii Abeolon gsD tripe hU mouA fid drya 
(ITtS.), Who pejpiUd h^ to Ttdel {P. Pluucru. p. S96.). Edifie ü eft 
anK (p. 871.). fie wole nii buggifig bringe Tai bart (Wmaar, Polik S. 
^ ist.), ae^nli^t bietet fi^en la» Zq\.: pit pn jsd^ Tylle ßon» *un» 
IlMPn ^nne Mi ledra f^ai ii Oddo heora begra l^fu , . ti/amKtigran 
Semuyan rjUe (S. Babil., Besam. 3.). Hälna mt ged& (Uatb. U, 30.). 
na bia rido« nft<e (3, 8.]. God Ain« gevorhte voadorttoua atui fägtme 
(S. Bael., Hexam. 10.). God M getee^ ealle g&da (ib.). pe Arne «rft 
mmnte geüseSp (ib.). Üb jUi se ädeling pdre grfremede (Cnnv., CriU 627. 
Oiü). Qoi..geMUe mlns ee^iu unvdimne (Fa. IT, 31). 

Od btn aenannttn Setba(6eQTiffen , mit ^uSno^mc »on nennen, 
■Rb baS fjTUitatiiK Subfianttn nc^ Bfttr butd) eine t)cS))ofitiiniah 
Stfliiitinuns erfe^ 2)a^in Qe^Sit for mit bem ©ndfiantt». 

Thej . , call'd me Sin, and for a *ign Porttntou$ htld ou (Milt., F. 
L. 2, 759.). I hunp thte, too, for tme who staias theae honooTS 
(Bon, J. Shore 2, 1.). Knoto thou me for they liege lord imd htad 
(Scott, L. Miutr. i] 1 1). If I had nispeeted him for a man, I wonld 
hiTe tebed him (Field., J. Aiidr. 4, 14.). — M&rciui, wkom lata 
jwt hare named for cotatd (Siuxap., CorioL 3, 1.). It ia better to 
tioou a log for kiag, than a serpent (Carl,, Fast a. Frei. 2, 7.). 
We will . . croiiTn Ikee for a ßnder of madmen (Suaesf., Twelfth N. 
^ 4.). I derign'd tkee For Bichelieu's mm-derer (Bulw., Rich«L 1, 1.). 

& bmmt fonfl nantentUi^ cor ^iticipien cor. 

Sft frS^jofition for ^mt in blcfer Untoenbung jum X^il mit bem agf . 
B», Bie tBit bem aft. poiObeiein. «cfcnbcrt flnb eeSnba bn Sctfletlune, 
W^ fdt feflWi« 3rit for 6ei fi^ ^abtn: «Ite- For folg hil htold al the 
IHoe (Aus. 323.). The Jnes holdm ytm for thare fo (Tows. M. p. 322.). 
And jil taeuie Ihei Crül. . For a parfit prophete (F. FLoiiomt p. 328.). 
Äl««»^cÜ« iMttlfffoT a eocievold (Cov. Myst, p. 138.). Onttf. Hao AoW 
w.^ keene (Lajam. I. 134.). Sgf. Eall ^eödicipe hihe follice aoderfEng, 
»aiitM Jfk for fidae eyntn; (Sax. Chr. lOlS.). TtUad mtn veddfor 
lAl (Dnmn. 31, 10.). Se {w ^m« dvyrgdan for ndvtiht hlffd (Fe. 14, 
S.). e. bie ^räfef- /«■- 
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JtaUertr (Shaksf., Rieh. II. 4, 1.). We kave Abraham lo oar faäier 
(Ldki 3, 8.). Love may traniform me lo aa optier (Shaksf., Hnd 
Ado 2, 3.). Vnbnc 9n6a mit to, toü^t ^tec ni(^t in SSetrai^t fem' 
men, f. tri bet ^rfipof. to. 

Z)M KltMwnfctl to ftinfiq M btn Vtrbnt trncnncn, »a^Ien, tiSncD 
lt. nt; fifl^ wirb M ni>4 m nxiteiRn Umfimgt bnimt^tn n. a. s^haat^t: 
Ich wola bringe {»t fbtc in vlUe, fo eromne {le to icyng (R. or Gl. I. 105.). 
AIm, ioi mj lOD deie th>t vi« U> moAer ehsM (Towk, M, p. 219.). Ha 
dv6b«d bot/ie lAe bemet botd Ta ttäifhie* In ttut tide (Am» a Ajul. 164.). 
(atbf. Maitden Mnt to dute (Lajah. J. IB.). He maiede heo ta qttmM 
(II. 177.). Se<m»n kine to imge (II. S5S.). pu lüne icalc iMd«llni, to 
«ntA<a Aine duiien (11. 5S1.). Hi> moAai,.^t hme bar lo ■momimt (U. 
280.). pat hine to manne tirende (I. 4. tätig. X.). So nai^ £01^009 bd 
agf. And gevorhte ßat rVA . . tö itnunt nt/km (Gek. 2, !2.). [ta . . vyrat 
fte td Gada (Job. 10, S3.). Ge dydon ßm tö leeadena tcrttfe (Uabc 11, 
14.). pu me guetltii him 16 Aedfde (Pb. 17, 41.). Bine gtetdt irndeifiec 
him (6 hi^<rrd» and tS mund~boran (Sax. Chk. 921.). ponne nun Mac 
td eyninge gekälgad (A.-S. Howi.. II. l4.). He . . diMade hü n*nu Senrie 
t& riddere (S.>x. Chr. 1086.). Oif he hioe g^iode, and {«ime (ä preitü 
beicgr« (Leoo. MLra. B. 31.). Sut^ Wirb txt blogi £ati» jcbntu^t: Ic 
AifU (2$ mgedre mägOe (Obh. 17, 20.). S)te 8n6a bCT SoißcIIuiig 
tVnntn W onnt^tncn: Ne teile ie eSv tS fteiva». (Job. IS, 15.). XBcttcctf 
f. unter to. SaB Sei6 ^abcn nimmt jn aDK 3tit ^m^ to |u ft^: Ve 
AoUnct Da (8 /Jbter -46raAam (Luc. 3, 8.). 

3Bie ba« ouf ben Stgriff ber Srttrelung unb ©Wt^pellitng jnrftfc 
nKtfenbt for, fo tetxb ait(^ ber veittttjtc Sttgtcic^un^Sfa^ mit as, ^oii< 
bcre (n Serben ber 3}orfleIIung ilnb ^arflellung, flatt bex Mo* 
gm präbttatiben Seflimtnung gebraust unb finbet and^ leicht ottf 
nbitftibe ÄuWenbung. 

I hold Jon OS a thinff ensky'd and aamttd By jonr reDODncainent 
(Shakbf., Meas. f. Meae. 1 , 5.). Declare to yonr lord . . that Rome 
holdg kirn and his es rtbtU and fraitors (Bolw., Rienii 2, 8.), What 
he considtrtd a» Ihr ckiff tnd of my rasidence in that city, I had 
postponed for every other (Scott, R. Roy 1.). — An event which 
' her histoTJana hone generally repreaented aa diaattrou* (Macacl., H. 
of E. I. 15.). 

SlitS (u, grogent^tiie bem (r. comme »(rgletE^&ar, tfl, \o» bae btutf^t nKf 
6(im (irSbitatiueu Sttulatib unb iRominatiö jflngtrtn Uif^nrutiBe. 3m Sltt. 
lommtn i(bo($ ji^on Ctiftielt »or : Richard al this tjdyng In herte held bot 
(M ietyng (RicH. C. de L. G293.). Thei fxMen Criatme mm and JcK« 
lU doggei (Malnuev. p. 66.). I xal pmne tbaC paddock and prtvyn Aym 
at a päd (Cov. Mvbt. p. 164.). ®. b. aXobatfa^, 
T.Sin boppclter ObieflSIafue pc^t aut^ bei bernfttben 3ritucrte, 
wo bte anegefagte ^^Stigtcit juateic^ auf ein ©af^objeft unb ein 
^etfonatobjclt 6eiogen wirb. 

hierbei hrilt ober bie bis auf bie OEgenttart im ©})rai;66tn>B6tfriii 
me^r ober miiiber fcflgc^attene Unterfc^eibuiig beS alten S^atibbcr* 
^ältniffee bon bei iBejie^ung auf ben Kttufattb (eiuor. Zro^ 
be4 Vetfi^raimmen.« berbeiben Objeltetafuä ^at man no^ ein SIetbt 
Von einem unbejcic^neten S)atio neben bem Stnuratiu }u tAeii. Sicfe 
tlieoretif^e Unterf^etbung tiiiib für bte engüMe ©(frat^e fo lange 



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A. S)i( Jtflfu«. 3kT CbjtlUlaftiS. 20Ö 

tm^ fem, tüB t» iift uinldfCit^ bleibt, bte mnitüßxat unk bie 
mmiatt aSiibms ber ÜEfi&ttgmt im gueifel^fttti, nteifl b)rc4 ^u 
Snt^dbmQ bebin^n galle ocnnittelfl etner bctn urfl^ifliifllii^eii 2}a> 
tib Matatbenen Vräfwfition, namentlii!^ to, Har ju «(alten, o\)nt bag 
ttttei^ ein ^egrif^i^ Unletf^ieb Ui S)atiB iwtt bem fiäfofltionalen 
SüOt on^bratfl tmtb. 

30X1 SäQe flnb iebix^ ja untetfcbtiben : 
>) Z)cin BBfonnitentref^ {toder Cbjettetafn« laim in ber X^at rin 
bDt)ptIter KRufatiD }u @ninbe liegen. 

■) 3)it« ip ber gaß, xoran ein aftafatib bet ^erfon fl^ mit einem 
SRnfattv bcQeanet, ueli^er eine Kaum* ober SRaagbe^im* 
nnng cbei ttbet^aupt eine folt^e ent^ätt, bie nur in lodeiei 
^btnbung mit bem 3'it>i>otte fte^t. 

Thif walk inMeh joa haor t^e» mt throagh the camp Strikes 
mj kope prostrate (Coler. , Picc. 1 , 3.}. Bis tsiated Maria, 
i/bsa led Um the H/e of a dog (Bulw., Money 1 , S.). ®. oben 
®. 162. 

Mtc. Bia lif and hia loiil« worthe t-shend, That ^ to me thit 
hamde kaveth tend (Weicht, Änecd. p. T.). A Man Ud hem the 
mimi (Cot. Mtbt. p. 8.). $ittb[. To ledenn Aemm ße tctjje [Obk. 
Uea.). aRtttel^M^b. Dar in emea (Mc leiU (Iwein 2S6.). 

t) Sinige Setba nehmen im 2nfc^(ufTe an bie ogf. Acnffauftion ben 
SftufatiD ber ^krfan nnb ber @ai$e an. Xiotfin getreu bie 
Stgriffe fragen, verlangen, Bitten. 

I aäk yoü pardoa (Shaksp., Oth, ö, 3.). Aik kirn hü pvr- 
foiee (Lear 6, 3,). That joa maj aik Ihe vtathematieüm (Colsb., 
Piee. 1 , 6.). How do I know tobat iha ma; luk hint (Oxenf., 
Tnca KiUed 1, ^.). Hinond me nalhins! what yoD know JOU 
know (Sbaksp., Oth. 5, 2.). L«t ms requeit thee PiU (MaÄl., 
Jew of M. 3, 4.). She.. proy'd me oft /orbeanmee (Bbaxbp., 
Cjmb. 2, 5.). Sei biefen SJetben »irb fonfl oft ber ^erfonen« 
Iqnl ßbei ber @a(^fafuS bur$ of angefügt, dn ber Serbinbnng 
pray to, flehen, bitten iu..iß pray inttanfltib. 

Site, ßo Oper dojler he aiehede [lo fiat lom« askyng (B. at Gl. 
1. SO.). Ha aikilh owt boCe litt tence (Alu. 3020.). [tat tui m« 
forjefiut*e (R, ov Gl. L 68.). Mercy they iuUtfA l/ie (Alis. S1T7.). 
And iadden hem entret (S822.). ßal pray we pe (Labot. n. SOT.). 
(Ayn^ . . I wold you j>ray (Ifou, 765.). The nexts thing t^t I 
Ttjain the (Cbacc, C. T. GSSS. cf. 6612.). On thyng 1 6eiel« fAot 
Xord of hl* royth (Cor. Htst. p. 387.). S>tti bot)|wtttn Klfufatf» 
(l|t bal ^(bf. jum £^ no^ an ben ffigrtfermen erlnmcn: He dade 
a ßiU w» Ama find (Li^ui. I. 372.). /K« (u. ich) ine bUeehe (L 
MO.). I^enchad uftol Ardar..ui AmdAa (II. 4SI.). W^Ctmanifi^e 
SRnaboTtea b>^ meifi ben ütufali« ber ^erfon nnb ben (Btntttb bet 
@a^, »ir Sgl. biddan (baS bem bcodan entf))[e<$nibe (ngli|i^e bid gebBlt 
nit^t biebei}- SnbcfTen ^ai SgF. dfsj'an, &tcjan ben bDt))>elten Slfn* 
fatlU: Kän De darste of t>sm iläga Aine nän ^n^ m&re &c^an (Matb. 
IS. 46.) Wie @Dt^., &H^'an auBna^mewetf e ; Tileima, ri ßalei ptde 
K4J<K, tatgai« ngf^ (Muic. tO, 3S.). Kemiinift^ Serba plb Ott« 
le^i^en. SgL Sat n^are, Interrogare, oran, pouere K. aliqnem 
aliqnid. Qm WSt. borf m<m anc^ Uran, I^iot, i)u^ rct^nen: LtreA 
it lAwe Imaed. mm (F. Fuwon. p. 2S.>. 3m Sgl. bat Iman, nCtt 

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ni^t UK*n bta annfath) b« ^iti^m: Ke mwhton n gdarmt Wm 
fitöden . . rad caiigne (B«ov. 9076 Orain). 
y) Sine 9ta^t anbercr Snba, welche ani^ foRß bni SSttfatit) tet 
^nfon forbetn, fc^einnt Un tbtn genannten af^Utit jv fän; 
toif ijl bte SuffU^rutig berfdben ni^t Sba&ü tntt @t(^ei^ jb 
ietoetfflelliaen, ba bte[e engCifi^e SeltuMei unf<^lDer eine 3]lo> 
bififation bei Sebeutung unb ber Segie^ung gnlaffen, uobnt^ bit 
SorfleÜuns ber glet^ unmittelbaren aBivfung einer Z^^eit onf 
$er{on unb ®a^c getrabt wirb. 

SRit @i4tr^tit lann man (ie^r bit Segriffe berbannen, 
audf^Uegen unb fi^nli<$e tec^nen: Vfe btaütk you our Urritoria 
(Shamp., Eich. li, 1, 3. cf. I Henry IV. 2, 4.). The wigry 
Idng holh banüh'd me du coiirl (Mabl., Edw. IL 1, 4.). An apt 
pretezt to banük tbtm my ktmu (Bbn Jons., Bv. M. in bi« Bdbl 
2, 1.). He ahoDld exirude me kä hoiut (Poetut 3, 1.). H«.. 
bara wu the place of a broäier (Shakbf., Ai Yod Like It. 1, 1.}. 
$gl. Debarrrd the Aeiual, wa bnl breathe a life To the cbill 
Harble of tha Ideal (Bdlw., Bichel. 2, 2.). Xnbete Serba ffl- 
gen ^<^ feinem sIIgeinetRcren Segriffe: I beteesh yon to Aev 
mt one »mgh «lord (Sbaksp., All'i Well 5, 2.). She wu ■ittio^ 
Qp in bed, hearöiff t&ne UOU girla . .thrir ealtchiim (WaBKKir, 
Diary 2, 2.). The queen ii «potteaH . . In Üüb vhick yoa acaue 
in- (Shakbf., Wint, T. 2, 1.). AdmU kirn tntrmee, GnfSth (n>^ 
Henry Vllt. 4, 2.). Nor woald we deign hm AurtoJ of ha men 
(Macb. 1, 2.) n. a. romanift^e ätitoBtter, beren Sebentung ftbri- 
genfl lei^t Bon bet urfijrünglii^en abirren tonnte. 

IUI 81te. bietet tMnig eignes biefcr art, urie: Ferlj/ grtbrv i^<» 
nw gretgi (Town. M. p. 74.). IBcif^Jelt Uon bire*en uie twn tndiaiea: 
I voll it hffta bi-reve (P. Plduchu. p. 132.) • benen fii^ umaxif^t 
mit dspriTe u. bgl. anfi^liegen, gc^Sicn nii$t ^i^, etoo^l bereif^ 
beniman, bcQ ülluf. btT ^nfon unb ben $enit. sbtr 2)iitis ber Oa^ 

Si ^ä} lu nebmen bR^a^n. Sin leic^ttflcn gcftlltn ftcb öbriaenc ncntrak 
thifattVe ber gürwarttr ja Stfiffl'eiWteatiffen mit bem «IfutotiB bet 
^CTfon, brt fl^ im Kitt. Icitbl an<!^ an onbere Vrlbifatt fnO^: 8gL 
Tltat bB thou bolde (Wricrt, Anecd. p. 3.). TKai he thon boM 
(TowH. H. p. 309.). ITiat vrera I tothe (p. 236.]. 3%a( be ye trat 
{p. 266.). 

b) Om Kttgemeinnt barf man annehmen, bag baj Steuengltfi^c tien 
^ättfonentafu« »on bem ©atl^fafue in ber SJeife untetf^eibet, tag 
ee im jlDeifE[6aftfn gatte jenen bux(^ bie Umfi^reibung mit to erfe^ 
bar Pnbet. 5)ie giitbtbejritfenung beB SerftältniiTce bur^ eine ^rä- 
jMfUion at9 Sfpcncnten befjelben befdiränft ficb niei|l auf ben Sau, 
in »eitlem bet ^erfonentafu« fii^ in unmittelbarer golge bem ^äl' 
»orte onft^fiegl, toobei bie güoo&rtet namentlit^ fldf biefem entlitifi^ 
antei^n. !Die Seitoenbutig bee Exponenten to ift bnrti^ ba« @cf(t 
ber I)eutli(^rtit ber SRebe, namentüi bei ber 3nl>erfion ber Obitfte 

Geboten/ ober bur^ bie anbertoeitig bebingte ^eruor^ebung bc8 $er< 
onenlafn« Beranlagl; mefirfadr enlfi^eibet babei alte ©eno^nbeit ber 
@))ra{t)e. Uebrigend i|t ber äBet^fel itS einfad^en mit ben bon u> 
bultiteten :Z)atic fi^on im tlngelfät^jifi^ in cinjelnen SäOen an> 
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XWSerri^ eine« ttrft)ifing[i(ien 3)atio ül» ^ßerfenettfaftrt Bei tcm- 
fbiKB Serben mit einem @a(^o6jefte ifl üaä) %Tt unb S^'^l tiei baBet 
in Setrat^t tonnnenten Scittt&rter ttii^t abjugienjen, obno^t im SO« 
flHneineti btejenigen ©protzen, tatlä^ «ntn 3>atiB nnb nntii SHfu- 
Mb mttrrf(^tben, im ©ebraut^e bei ^eifoncitfafu« QBetrinflimtiutt. 
Scgnffniagig fte^t bei S)atiu üinaü ba, tso ble unmittelSare äSir» 
hng auf einen ©egenflanb entSHber nit^t o^ne eine aufne^menbe 
tba entgeaenuiTlenbc ^fon gebaut uxiben tontt, ober Kdo bet in 
f!i^ obgefqblTen in benlenben ^irfung irgenb eint ^tbtnitf^f 
intS V <ii"^ $erf°'< &f&titn »erben rann. <Etn bop^Mttei mta* 
fattb bei ^nfon unb ber ®a(^e bagegen fteUt beibc Obj^Ite al0 
olti* nmnitte(wi 6erfl^ ober, loa« baflefte ift, al8 flleii^ Mefent- 
fi(^ ffii bie SoOjie^ung bei X^tigteit bai — eine fluffaHung, bie 
is ben fleltirenben Spionen ßeM ein iKif)filtnigmdgig enget @älet 

■j Sil geBcn junäc^fl eine Steige tton Setfpielen, tn benen ein ni' 
[)>tflngli$ei iCatifi erf<I^int, UDbei wir anä) foE^e ütrba aa^BÜf 
mt, loüi^t ein einfai^e^ $er|onalo6iett, nn^ imferer Kuffa|fung, 
Uli eigentUd^ee KnufaHuo6ieft ju flc^ nehmen fönnen. 

Tu k good dulnesi. And ffive it toay (Sbakbp., Temp. 1, 2.). 
'Ee gieet hi* partidf »o trtmitiav3 aaxiety u to „whftt will become 
et bim?" (Lewis, G. I. 4S.} Mj ahve who nsTer yUldi mi 
ikd n-oer (Shaksp. , Temp. 1 , 2.). Rtaek m« that bandker- 
cU«fI — tAj bnin is bort (Shxllby, Cenci 3, 1.). „What li 
the oSenCB of poor Bireb?" aeked Misa Paytoii, kaHäktg the 
irtgotm a fourth dith of eoff»e (Coop., S^j 5.)> ^for her (Mt 
jt»tl (Sbakbp., I Btmry VI. ö, 1.). Witneu Heav'n muU Uwe 
meere and reoemct in mj beart I bore Ihre (Hilt., P. L. 10, 
914.). nonu and ttwUet it ihsU brhis IMee (10, 30S.). I hftv« 
iro«^ yo» rom« pAync (Tatlor a. Seadi, Matka 2, 2.). 
BesTSn M»rf U« prnic« d icRcr eotnpamon — Heaven »t*d lie 
wmfonon a httter prmce (Shaebf., II Henr; IV. 1, S.). I wiih 
■nj iweetlieart woald . . tend me tomeihinj (OxzNr., Twiee Killed 
1, ].). I ttrew him my parte (Bdoebs, It., For. Trar.). Down be 
Jbaig Um Ihe purst of gold (Scott, L. Hinitr. i, 11.). 

ni ieuvt tny mw my virttitmt dteda behiod (Shaksp. , III 
Hany VI. 2, S.). His fathar I«/t Aün o rary pretty foHnme (Bulw., 
Lad; of L. 1, l-)> — Nobodj will ktep him Company twitre 
(Fabqubar, Recnitt. OfGc. 3, 1.). 

I eannot render yom the »ervioe you twm to desidente (Scott, B. 
Roy 4.). rn procwe Uli* fat rogue a ehargt o//oo( (Shaksp-, I 
Beory IT. 2, 4.). To gti tluir tnivea and ehädren meat (Butl., Hud. 
1, 3, 1183.). We malt gel Ihii mad eaptain hia eomplement of men 
(FABQtTH&it, Becmit. OfBc. 3, 1.). Did joagftme the Opera- boi 7 
(Bin.w., Mooey 1, 2.) Tfaeir master, who took an immediate reso- 
lation to go bimself, and eodeavour to reglore hit Pamela her 
broUier, before she koaw ihe had lost him (Pibld., J. Andr. 4, 5,). 
Tbia deatroction of the paper . . oceaiioned Mrt. Lnpia not a liitie 
tonttenulion (Diceens, M. Cbnulew. 1, 8,). Maie gmtraeif tome 
cMtfort (Shak§p., Cymb. 1, 2.). To ww* Oem fitrther wo* or 



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11. a$. XSett- n. CSaMÜflung. l.KM4n- SBertfflflntifl. IL £. ab». €at|tc|L 

titnn (MiLT., P. L. 10, 656.}. He »rotgU Oe euät m^ek auf 
(Scott, L. Miiutr. 3, 21.). It ü the soul tlut buildi ibtif t 
body (COLKB., WkUeiut 3, 1.), Remuuber I kmt dout Ate 
vmrlhjf ttrvie» (Sbakbf., Temp. 1, S.). I lume done mm gtad 
(Btb., Hanfr. 1, 1.). Mach good may it da you! (Dicibh, 
ChrilUn. Cu. 1.). — Nature playtd lu an wt/air triek (Bdlit., 
fiieazi 1, 1.). Yoor lancfl fotf Me tut/ tOm^ — mina Uft j« 
muluken (ib.). 

7%ti will I »kov the general (Shaksp., II Heury IV. 4, 1.). 
Fatlter »kowt Woffingto» the door (Taylor a. Bkadk, Maiki 2, 
2.). So mnch thought bode$ me no good (Shxbid., Bit, 4, 2.). 
Coniia, will you fcC ne ow lUag (Sbbbid. Kmowlkb, QoDchb. 1, 
1.). ShaU aoy l«aoA God kttOwUdgif (Job 21, 22.). Libartr 
iaught him her Aikatia» slr<a% (Cowp. p. 10.). Wkai aliail I 
annrn- them? (Addis., Cato 4, 4.) Annoer me ose gtaüm 
(Plan CHE, Fortunio , 4.), 

Then iend Ab eye a terr^U atptet (Sbassp., Haiurj V. 3, 1.)- 
„Will jon thm break your faith?" — „I pamfä Ate mm (Ö 
Henrj IV. 4, 2.). He'a gon« iuto Smichfield to buy jfow «w- 
(Aip a A«rta (1, 2.). Did you tay my liUb Charley hü peg-lsff 
(Btn-w., Money 1, 2.). We..will raue yaur highmeu nA ■ 
migkty nun (Skakbp., Henry V. 1, 2.). Christ ns looa woold 
abdicate his own. Ab stoop from Heav'n to te£ Ae promd a lkro»i 
(Cowp. p. 41.). Tbou ovetl God a deaA (Sbaksp-, I Henry VI. 
h, 1.). That duty vhieh we all mm atr eouatry tmd our nemijt 
(Coleb., Picc. 1, 3.). A tiiler l begueaü you (Shaxbp., Aot. •■ 
Cleop. 2, 2.). I pay Aem a Aoutmd thatdi (Henry VIII. 1, i}- 
„If it eotls tae ny life," Mid the Duke, „I will fetch a pnMt 
(Macaul., H. of E. II. 9.). 

Fray God gratit Aem a fair deparlure (Shaxsp., March. oC T- 
1, 2.). Tbeir qnality could not but leeure them Ae tuul koMf 
r<ü>le ncepHon (Scott, Ivanboe S.). Fathu Uberto promited mt 
a rare mamaeript (Bdlw., ^eiui 1, 1.). He conatanüj ■Om' 
hit foAer and tnolhtr half hii ncom« (Ficld., J. Andr. 4, 1.). 
You aUoiB hm itrange Uberlie* (Bulw., Money 1, 2.). Yoa «iD 
permt nu a v>ord with your charmiug daoghter (LÄdy of L li 
1.)- Vouduafe me yet yoM- pictm^ tot my lore (Shaup., Tm 
Geotlem. 4, 2.). I vUk you peaee (Temp. 4, 1.). l wiA f» 
plea»<nit dreamt (Lomsf. I. 131.). I mean you ao härm (ShkÜd., 
Patr. Ehiy 2, 2.}. Sgl-'. The emperor meau no good It « 
(Shazsf., Tit. Andi. 5, 3.). Let Charity forgioe me a miilA 
(CowP. p. 113.). If he dares to r^iue me a tqwrotiM 111 bn« 
ose in law (Dickens, Nickleby 2, 13.). Laah'd bj the himiUie( 
tidft whoae wan Deiätd hii bonei a holier grave (Bxb., Biid* % 
28.). I neTSr ney Aete yomg felh»» Aeir ridei «ad leaapin 
(Scott, B. Boy 8.). 

Thou didit proioiae to bat* me a fiiä year (Shakbp., Temp. 1, 
2.). To mm Au trinditd half lie matt (Th. Camfbux, Theodr.). 
The Duke doe« *para la TKe trot^letome teth of chooöaf 
(CouB., Picc. 1, 2.). 

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A. Die AofiA S>n OttdUfafna. 309 

m4» i<r a Mtv, beginning with an An (Losow. 1. 146.% 
Mif JM DBzt ..AUtiu bappy ktaom of lore (Tb. Moou p. 2.). 
OrcM M« s cap with briUituit grace (p. 3.). Pll pUck Iktt 
iaritt (Shaksp., Temp. 3, 3.). Now eaU me tie ekUf of the 
Busm gDBrd (Byk., Bride 1, 3.)- 

To be aar« he belUva her a forbatt (Gat, Begg. Op. I, 1.). 

Sa^m rt^ittit loii au^ 9}eT(a, bcutn neben tinem lD6jeIt8> 
bfii« eine andere obDetbiate Seftiminuiig beigegeben ift, utb^ 
ttti alfi ©at^objttt btnn afö ximti %x>uxb aufiufa{|en i^ 
IDic in: Ton play m* /altt (Shaksp., Temp. 6, 1.). Haav«n 
■hield, my laolher pla/d mg fatitr /air (Meu. f. Meu. 3, 1.). 
He ^eai* you very fair (Southern, Oroon. 3, 1.). He ««(Mf 
«c /str (ib.) lODmit man SgL: The emperor taeim no good to 
•> (Shaksp., Tit. Ändr. 5, ü.) ttub: I mem y»tt no Aarm (Ske- 
HD., 8. P«tr. D»y 2, 2.). 

Sie wtflebtnbni ®niM)«i. uxli^ ti^ mit Itiibtei HRübe nB(6 nm 
ein SebeuMbee Mnntbren liegen, bieten bae ^eT^DnalobjeH unmit* 
telbai nai^ btm 3eitUottc, uSbTenb bn« SSa^objeti jnm ^r& 
mt feeiete eceanns bat 3ene StrHung b<4 ^crfunalobjeHe« t|t 
fcflbe angebahnt, iinb balb b'iufiS.' SlC'e. Sy* erytag« he je/* Aja 
eUs*<« tons (R. of Gi.. U. 3S1.). And yo/* ecA« Jordyn; ^ 
iswur. And parted heom his £ulir frewiur (Alis. 1391.). Sendeft 
mf lord vord (E. of Qu L 36.). With thal ihoa ftehe ms Willekm 
(Wnoar, Anecd. p. 11.). Eloara Lorerd Mnda Ihe help (p. &.). To 
tiMk Am mcM (R. or Gl. II. 378.}. Ha het dele ek poueremm 
■Muia of hjn tiaoTj« (U. 3S1.). Hii jo^ f>e kyng vp fit eantel 
(IL 387.). M lata ße kyng fie may»try» (U. 372.). Of thii knjghüi, 
ThM DOD brought Üu tt/ng tidyng (Äi.tt, 3768.). Orei mvng I>on 
VcMcH don tu (R. of Ql. L 58.). Salle {ran neaer f.i Ijns do Inglii 
am more wo (Labct. II. 242.). That mon . . ähal do hu wAora 
(Wucht, Aoacd. p.*G.), And thoaght to do FhUoUu härmt (At-u. 
2198.). Hb com, & moii A« '^^n^ homage (Langt. 1. 15.]. On [» Üde 
daj Ghanged [ler WTsde, £e/t y^tn fAc r^Af uay (I. 148,). W« ull« . . 
teSi joxF a/«r iaUt (II. :i3S.). Th« porter . . told hgi lord thtte 
iBorde* all (BicH. C. de L. 691.). Heo leAewed foüt heore tretm 
(Alk. 4717.). And thoa «ote m« an* tame (WncHT, Anecd. p. 3.). 
Ha schal uehe jmt td fnngü (Wicltffk. Job. 14, 2U.). Anoililh me 
Au qutuvnin (Chauc., C. T. 9G28.). Wban ha yioläa pay hü m/f 
Ur deOe (9922.). And mhteth no man äU (P. Plodciiii. p. SO.). 
^f'^Xf S^" y^re my* (Towk, U. p. 262.]. Thongh it hadd« coit- 
•ad IM eattl (P. Fuiuohh. p. 13.) u. D. a. ^on im ^albf. finbcn 
M, BuQer btn bereit« im flaf- ununtevf(beibbaren gönnen bct gür* 
Httrc nnb StenntoBttcr, bei Dem fottlcbieitenben SuFgeben ber gle^ien 
■B bei goini nnertennbare feifinolobiette unmittelbat vai) bem ^eit> 
tonte : Heo /undai Pal chtld nome Bwide hende (Lajau. II. S6.). SoB 
lel- tsntmt nacOrlit^ nii^t in Setrac^t. 

3a bctn bei Shakspeare bSufigen l ery you mercy (Much Ado S, 
1. Tnü Gentlem. !i, i. ic.) neben: I ory yonr worsbip'i niercy (Mid*. 
R.Hr. 3, 1.) bat bat Selb feinen Xltufati» bei ^eifon bei |i4> obnwbl 
im litt. ouÄ usttommt: And cried hir» qf graee (P. Plougsk. p. 19.), 
3ne gennel fcfbfl ifl alt: He wep on Ood rute jnon, & eryd« Aym 
Mjilta A ort{Vi. at Qu. II. 381.]. Thonne fil the knjKhC apon koeee, 
And irydB Ajm mwtf (P. Flodobm. p, 914.). Xltft. Un huimer Od 



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ü Mori«: VmfMl, Mtea ulerl (Ooieb d* Uknu. 8099.). 9in ffiHBRCtt 
lejtt LBjAiaon« ifl bae ft, ©nbfl. eri, cry Bftet aqntrtffn: erier 
mnclt, merehi, merci i^ au8 bein Vltfi. f4>ltti aufQcnominm- 

Die ©ttfluna tt9 ^erfonentafu« ip iiidjt jdflrfjtljin unufTfiii' 
berlic&. 53ie SoronftdlunB beÜEHxn in b« Sßjeife, bag brat 
äeitmoTtf ba« ©aciobjtK folgt, btfdjröull fii^ ia jüngerer äeit 
mei{l auf ba« bejüglti^e J^ÜTUort, boi^ ge^cn bUtoeUen noi^ an* 
btre 9}enn»öilei bem 3"I<s<>'^'c uoran. 

Adaption u « lon B; bim whom UeaTsn aeeorded höh* (Btr., 
Bride 2, 15.). — My bouI shall Ikin* keep Company to heavea 
(Shaksp., Benrj V. 4, 6.). The lain I bear no maliee (Ileiiiy 
VIII. 2, 1.). TAe nxe« will he track kia way (Ps. 25, 9.) mit 
Sotanilellunß 6eitet flafu«: Wo will live to im their d«y, and 
theiH o%r farüme yine (Shabsp., II Henry VI. 5, 2X 

Unbcbcntfii^ ifl baecgen im 31te. bie SoTanftcKung bei ^nfenalabiettl 
ani6 in etglcitung brt eo^bjctle«; Beim bcjflBlic^cn ganoorte Mi^^t 
^i) biet tinn fdbft: My chUderco A>t ich j>^ my jrod (R. or Gl. L 
ib.). EnyjUt of byjonde see, & o^ men alw), Ele j^ landet (IL 
8fl8.). Wiih peyi, »tonm and giTalok Heor« fan ihe; faca ibwU 
(Ai.». 16:0.}. Buts {>aa . . vt binymt oart frajtchita (R. ov Gl. I. 
47.). 7%e hyng I bare a prvent broicgliU (Sm Ci-eaKS 368.). Momg 
a mim he echd do wo (Ai.ia, 6<7.>. Äenry Äy» jm^oilB [kj Ha 
Ayviie^ hyi treioar (R. of Gl. II. S81.). — ^yf Ood me vt^ yraM 
(ende (II. 319.]. Unne|>s al ftat lond nulifnance Aent mmd (II. STS.), 
Hia ichaffl a »qytr ba betook (Rico. C. db L. fiSB.). Abstynence . . 
Jfyn a. 6. e. ma fau^Ala ^P. Plouorm. p, Uli.). Lord it th« for-yddtt 
(p. 133.) 3)i(1elbc Stelle nimmt o^ im 9(tfi. bn unbtjriitnetc Satin 
Ün: La ptmre gtrit faUoit bien (Kon. d. Skpt Sao. 262.). Si » re- 
eammcnchie lon conte, Car fe varUl rät faire konta (978.). Moll 
eitoic gram aea patremoineii, Diex le dona (Kabl. et Co:rm. L 29!.). 

üud) ^tt fii^ bie Umle^inng bcS ^erfonenfafufl itnb be« @ac^ 
füfue nj^ bein 3"t»Diie ertjaltcn, tcenn beice ObjtHe ptx^n* 
li(l)t %\liiXDixtn finb, fetten ma bieä nii^t ber gaCI i(L 

I'lt yitU tim M» (Shansp., Tamp. 3, 2.). Thank the man 
that ^aoe (im Are (Cymb. 4, 2.). If my lord get a boy of 
you, you'll give Uat me (Troil. a. Cr. 3, 2.}. I gne Um Ihre — 
her«, aae bim aa thoa will (Marl., Edw. 11. 1, L). He ia La- 
vinia'a lifa; bring Mm me aafe, And I ahall be at eaae (Bowe, 
Fair Pentt. 4, 1.). «Kinber undar niib bie Sejie^uns, wenn >( 
ba« IS<ii)0b[tK if): I yi»a ff you (Shakbp., If Henry IV. 4, 2.). 
Oive it me (Marl., Edw. II. 1, 4.}. TboD gatfst il Um (Ps. 
21, 4.). Go, fftch ü me (Ben Jons., £v. M. in bis Ham. 4, 
6.). Wo..can thoa U you (Shakbp-, I Henir IV. 2, 4.). I 
may live to do you kiodaeaa, if you do ü hrr (II Henry VL 2, 
40- Slnoder thoae wbo kU it ye (Dickens, Chriatm. C«r. 3.), 
She bade tue gitu if you (Leiqh Hunt, Legend of Flor. 1, 2.). 
Rtad it me (ib.). Äauni fntgen jttiei ©ubfianti« fo auf einan» 
ber, n>D^I abec trifft man nad) einent Süimorte, befonberä nai^ 
it, biemeilen ein 1|}erfonalfub{laiitiD: And did gineU wy iatbamd 
(Shaksp, Oth. 5, 2.). Ye shati leaek llum (sc. these my worda) 
HOHr ekUdm (Drctek. 11, 19. ct. 4, 9.). 

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^Rtnflai; T jm* hert fie to H trft (&. orOt.1. tl.). That tho« 
fmml Um am (Guults 738.). To Itlien hii the n* will« ick «ond« 
(WncBi, Aaecd. p. 6.). Lene it lae (Ciuuc., C. T. 3776.). Y praj 
je BuiMr lel hU mt (Alis. 434.). God ytld it yote (Chauc, C. T. 
7SS«.). ^Itt.: Lanedi laie Jiu hit mt (LaJaiL IL !33.). ©OB (uS- 

fnitnif^e ftrfenalebieft trifft taum mit einem Sacgobiettc glcid^cv Slit 
)liBintncn. flttt. : Confimie it hpm and hyi ofipring (Kil-r. C. dk L. 
Mi*.). Ande fte tofifen Att DarU (Alis. 40SS.)' I^ t>">o '^'^ >' 
«H, thoa ut foriore (Ciuoc., C. T, S50S.). du fta[6{fi4ftt(^ SEkU 
pdn, Vit: pe Idng L«ün jef Lamm« Am douter ^naom to «r« bnide 
(Lij'ii. L 8.) i^ rm( (hl glfiünttafna für bcn 33iitiv angtbtvttt, bei 
«Snbisg* mit bttn Slhiliiti» jufammcnfGIIl. Z)it flufcinanberfelgc Wa 
^nrfrtmi in bcr bqci^nttni SStifc b^nt fi^ an ba« BgF. an: And 
teu Atm to bilcop-Bona gmam (Sax. Chr. 8SS.). He Ate Atm eft 
4^ (894.). fifecurm An» Aeom tö eoiie (1068.). Ic Ait /t« y«A<iie 
(Bwjf. 8788,). Seegad hU ne (Dedtb». 1, 17.)- 

9» nfit inig aniimtbinnt , tag tuch ntbtn cinnn 6it$(<tfut nt' 
Iinfagli^ riwR ^pnicnaltaln) im Bttufatiti bnibttt. 9^1.: Svft Am 
M (ieAM ei^a« (Cadm. 2887.). He Aün gelaed taüwn \ät vUlan 
(t^ 11, IS.)- %el- Knif-: Som« of hii iktU ha taughi to me (Scott, 
L. ITiMtr. S, 13.). 

£cr ÜBn^ftl be4 unbejtit^nettn $eifoR(iIIafu9 mit btm boit to 
itBiritttni 9!«tnnoTtc tnirb aud bti lürBneTung ber ^rSpaflttDu 
to ({■ b. 9iii)w|ittcti) ttä^rr n^eOttt. Sitiigt Seifl^iele mägfn 
^«4 btr Qcnnnbnng Don to bei Hrfd^itbeittn ®t(Qutiaen brt 
pcrlDBcntafnA nai^ btn oBen angcgebcntn aQgtineintn @{fic^tfi> 
inmften nlStttern. 

Bit pride gioes amow to kit own bnatt (BtJLW., Money 1, 4,). 
Ton tarn eo^ed all ftna- ttertls to me (OxKNF., Twice Killed 
1, I.). 7^ itertt I AoM wAüpn-'d to the hing (BcLW-, Rjcbel. 
3, 1.). Ome Am buk to me (Tailok A. Beade, Haska 2, 2.). 
1 lliiiik I wUl gwt il to Um (Bulw., Monej 1, 2.). And ve.. 
WkOM Talonr to the tkora of Heia gaee Namti (K. Arlh. 9, 
IT.). We hmt to fou owr awmer (Richel. 5, 2.). 

Sriftricit b(C Bllmn &tifcauä)ti \. Bei b. $tat)of. to. 9)te Im Sgf. 
ba %Br4fcI bcf Satio mit bn gfcit^tn iirStio fitton altn Utnlt^ntfiunQ fi<^ 
>lc nnb ba ingt unb Rtbifmtgt, nnciltn glDc tcit bit fFlgenbra; poune 
Wurf» ie /Vd ^nrifa mfnre d&hlor . . Nim nu . . wid irynjr fAnum 
hirmeg-wuidau (Afullon. of Tyb. p. SO.) Mrelii^en mit: He afinft [i& 
UU« Itng td tuErt eaitan, and he Tandrjeiule t6 fmn Qadet vere 
inkt$ (S. GirtBLAC 9 ). God njlf» pime eaegel minre frärre (S me 
lade (10.), »0 bR miltelbai buTi^ tinc ZQitfmtg bttäbitt @(gtnftanb 
«bnnIdtB oU bnimigt au|g(fagl ipirb, ju iHt(|em bit XSittung bot 
Cw^bjtlt (mbnotgt. 
ß) Jki ^nfonaKüfu«, loel^n als nn6t]ti[^nclei <3)atib alt, ^at 
owft ba ftine Stellt, »o bai Saiioliictt butd) bcn 3iifinilj)>, 
ctioi Stcbenfd^ ttOtt iigenb eint anbere abMTbtutt S3eftintmung 
bdtTeten loirb, abet, lotnn überhaupt tiidjt nuägtbrüift, 
tat MtutSgtftttt (£rj3n)ung ber iC^ätigldt ongtft^tn Dtibtn 

Wfl A«M promittd Iöm to bring her (Sodtskrit, Oroon. 5, S.). 
Yon will tWefora permit im to repeat, emphaticaUy, thut Uar- 
li7 mt M dMd u A door-nail (Dicuiu, ChriaUn. Car. 1.). 



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21S IL3:|' Ont' ■. euifSsims. l.nf4R. nemgm»$. Tl. «>. am. CMM- 

Yonr benerolence ii ao delicate that ;on navar ■Ifaw aaji om U 
detect itl (BüLV., Money 1, 2.). That thoa art naked, «bo 
AdM (oU tte«^ (MitT., P. L. 10, 121.}. Aud IM tka» haw i 
truce WM niwle (Scorr, L. MiiiBtr. 5, 4.}. „ My whole sticngtk," 
he leiit Ike Convention once, „ii, daj Aad night, at the larrka 
of my rellow-cUiieDs." (Carl., Fr. Revo 1. 3, 2, 2.}. Shß gue 
mt of Che trae (Milt., P. L. 10, 143.). Ha hu aent dm fot « 
(hiit to faad a poor naitd mm (Fiklc, J. Andr. 1, 13.). Tba 
lore irberemch I lov« yoa it not Boch Ai ;oa woald o/ir mt 
(Loirar. I. 171.). In rcapect of the lova I beor yowr kam 
(Sbaicsp., I Henrj IV. 2, 3.). I *ri11 . . irith my tean wwb out 
the wrong I'iw dont her (LoMOr. I. 198.). 

gftr bat Vltt. Utiftc^ (14 bitfl Den \tU,fti A frend Atn rtddi k 
to tue (WmoBT, Anecd. p. GJ. Qe taide bm . . That äion ns eooili' 
Mt helpe (p. 7.). Me loUe m« tluU h« was gon (p, L). And bi- 
■oaghte tha knyghCei Teile i&o eomune thu th«r om A eompigaii 
of hiae Apoatlea (F. Plouqhii. p. 405.}. 1 wile fonde If ich mii iirt 
UlUn (Wbioht, Anccd. p, 8.). Rcaaon me Mhaeeth To buggt * 
b«Ua (P. PLOUanii. p. 11.). Qi/ ut of youre braona (Cbadc, C. T. 
7331.). 
y) Wtm bo« ©at^objtlt bei tn ScTtoanblung ta Xltio in bitf 
$affi)) inm ©ubjetle gettorbcn iß, fo fonntn namcntlit^ bit Vd* 
f^nlit^en SttrluBTteT im nnbtjeii^neten jDotie btnt paffivtt 
Vtrh folgen: Matter of «com, not to be gicen Ike Foe (Milt, 
P. L. 9, 951.), Let me remember theo what tboa hut pfoni- 
■ed, Whicb it not yet perform'd mt (Shaksp., Temp. I, 2.]. Ai 
tf appoäüed tu ([ Henry IV. 3, 1.). All joy tnu irrv/l m Üut 
day that you laft me (Scott, Wander. Wiliie). HeiTen fori)id 
«e ahould eater Borne as foe«, if to enter it aa friendi bt ;ct 
aüomed ia [ßoz,w., Bienzi 3, ö.). An inanipicious ofGce it n- 
joäCd tiwt (3, 1.). It ü permilted tu to uie the ligbta of kIcom 
in arreiting dangera sa they occut (Coop-, SpF 11.). t)n^ 
tann au^ baS attributib gcUorbcne ^aitidp ba ^ciFcIt beo ^f 
foncnfafud bt^altcn: Again«t a foe by doom expre«a tatif'dm 
(MtLT., P. L. 10, tl2ti.). If you have k mind to havojatttM^M 
yoa (SaEBiD., Critic 1, 1.), Don 't imagine . . that l want ■ dm 
■enae of tha htnour and ioppiiiMi inlnded me (GOLDSir., G. Sit 
M. 2.). Give ma yon paper. Not that, girl — but tit ifi" 
««(■( me yeaterday (Bulw., Rieozi 1, 11.). Hia eager acceptanci 
of Ue honoitr propoted hiin (2, 8.). 

DaB birt oni im Slltt. her gall (era lann, (jl Kar: Lord, •-jr«' 

6« Ihe ^P. pLovGHit. p, 124,), Bis booät . , Warlh bi/-nomen hf* »l* 

(p. 63.) ntbm: Uy mercj ihal fia thewed To manyt (p. JSS). t* 

Toryjt yjo (o poiHrmun (B. ür G(_ II. 37fi.), ScT filltm Sf^HI 

iß inbcffni bit Sttfügun^ bt« glkrnurtcS au bal attdbutiH fioicf 

ni^t BtläuPa. 

8. dm anfc^luffe an baa, ti»8 fo tim Sfsec bcn ^rrfonrabfiif 6^ 

i[l, iDtI(^(t a[« uriprünfllit^er Iiatiö «Tftfetint, mag Bemertt Bnm 

bag bcr 3)utib überhaupt borjuadmeife ^rrfonenlafsä nat, tMnf 

gtci^ itint avi) eine Sludbc^nung auf @a(^tn joCam. SBo bn nitf 

l|)Täpo|ltioit(i( befUmmtc ObiOtetafta im (Snglif^ai O^frouiit mx^ «■ 

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iDoti« 00» @))T<i^rfQ((c Veifi^ipeSni ma^, ulrb a als fcrfmien- 
bfit< int fhengrrcn @innt ju nehmen f«n, imb ani^ alSbann im 
Iljffnttlit^at nur im ©tgcnfa^e ju etitem ©at^obidte jtun StKugtftin 
bmincn. 

©D trRiSrt eS fic^, bog ba, wd biefer ©tgoifaft tiit^t »orlitgt, We 
UnlnfcStibung eine« 3)atiB unb ÄlTüffltiD in berftifien gorm metw 
initi mtlir jurüiftritt, unb bog bie SDipeKuun finrt 06jef»a alfl aitu- 
fall)!, ba tue nui tin iinfa<^td Objcft bcni Srrb bcigegtben tp, immer 
Gbtnoicgrnbei gitcurben ift, b. ^. ia9 intranfitibt Verb i|t auf bcm 
Btu die tranfitio auf}utTet(n. 

3^ir ])abtn ber intranfiticen Setba mit cinfat^tm €)h\tHt flcba^^ 
tnni manche atti) uulnr ben unbtTfänlit^en Scrballonnen au^cfli^rt 
fint. Sie 9ffgel fQi beit @ebtau(^ tintS unbfjeicbnetcn ^oli» bei 
dntronrtticcn Faun man aufflcHen, bag ba, too übertäubt eint Otv> 
iMnbInng betTctbtit in bie b^äpcfllionale Umf^reibung nic^t metii bent* 
tat if), bae ^erb tranfitto getoDtbeii ifi. 

Ca ifl üuA bewitS leflejiBer Serba gebai^t »orten, Bei bene» 
fi4 (in nrfprSngliditt ^atio eilfalten ^at. 3>Dit ^at er infobKit ben 
titcn Sb«>i^o'>n belDaI)Tt, atS er ineifl bem ÜeberflaRge in bie ooDeie 
JnniJDiinatform mynelf ic. toibtrftanben ^ot. 

3n bieftr testen Serbinbuug jlreift er aber gatij no^e an beit fo» 
Benannten el^ift^en Ü^attc, uenn man i^n ni^t im principe ta* 
Kil iüentifidren loiCl. ®ie|ct et^ift^e Slalin im engeren ©inne tritt 
iIS perföniiibe« gfinoort bet erpen ober iipeiten $erfon auf, »oburc^ 
bif uertranÜtije, gemiittlii^e ober lebhafte webt bo8 fubjeltibe Snterefje 
bri ©pretfjenben ober beS Ängerebeten bei bet ffirrofibnung einer 
tfedtfadte b"boite^rt, toeld^e na^ i^rer objediucn (Erfieinung unab» 
^gig oon jenem Qnterefie DoOiogen geba[I)t tctrb. ^it «itlili[(^tR 
Stemoi Ui SSitDorteS edfalten fi^ aud» ^ier. 

I im not yet of Fercf'a mind, tbe Hotspur of tha north, he that 
Mb ■« lix or seven dozen of Scot« at a brcakfaat (Shaksp., I 
Henry IV. 2, 4.), He preieotly .. Steps ne a little higher than hii 
ra« Hade to my fatber . . Proceeded furcher; cut m« off the heada 
Of ill ths fnouritea (4, 3.)- One Colonoa cuta me the throat of 
Oniai't baker — it is for our good (Bulw., Riensi I, 3.). Afnid 
I Might be lata . . Took «e an bonr «od a half to beat it into tbe 
Wd of a atopid old widow etc. (Mooey 1, b.}. We conld roise 
jot . . five handrod collion, tbat wonld run yOH Dodergroand like mo' 
In (FjiaqDBAB, Beeroit. OfBc. 6, 3.). A teirible dragoo of ■ woman. . 
dtpi IM an iron aap on her head, and takea the field when QMd 
ii {Cam_, Fred. the. Gr. 2, 11.). 

3« b« 6)n:aAe be« e»n«"w '<*"'' 'ff *W" ^ot*" »»^* '"'* WM« 
jeil fibli4 gctoefnii <D<t tr abeT^antit Bin Diele Bbraibttt MTbieilet iß. Cot 
Qnd MtW Celaiw agil! (Hoe^T., Ep. 1,8, la.). Z\6t repenie . . venit ad 
B« Cininliw (Cic., Fam. 9, 2.). Hie alle- bramaliftbe SiteiotuT bietet babon 
Iftei OcillHek. @0 f))Ti<^t bn SAlaaenbe: Take the thac, take M« tbatt 
rrowi., M. p. 17.) nnan« fl^ Take you thotl (p. 306.) etEISien mag. 
Otbiigm* bat f^on baS Oalbf. 8etFpitle: Kimed ms fiene ilke mon >a ^ti 
Uli cm bigoD & dod vidde an hi» Bweore (Lajak. II. ü36.), noinit matt 
tlfitnnunbalte: WbKr icc ei« oinjhe flnndenn himm To Ukenn tiimm annd 
kttu (osM. 8416.). Sie tto^ bttfei SMÜ» «* «Rbac eqic^iuista bn 

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£(JUigIrit auf tine ¥tc(oii sctttfi, jdg« adttifde vitz JAj wu lumt, inie- 
kin ^Weicht, Anecd. p. ».)■ ^i- Sügc mit tlif^t Stfji. Icbn Kap 
dir uibt ambe ün hBr (Wioal. 4a06.). Bgj. Gif bm m TÜegk da k<g(CaD. 
ExoB. 318, 12.). 

@e[teii I)at fl^ ein urflirQnelid^ei: iCatiti in oerknitlttttr Sorn tiibn 
atiteuen iß ebetf) eilen alS tem 3^itiO'>^t; erhalten. X^ieä i|t btt eiKgei 
%cie(tioen unb Sbeerbitn ber goll, al«: ül«, ludtte, «^ «w, 

Thy othsr daughter will uae tbee kindlf ; fot thoDglt tba uuät 
Ihii, at u crnh is liie a» appU, yet I can teil wbit I csd teil (Sbasst, 
Lear I, 6.). Man, lue 1^ gen'rou» vine, lupported livei (Pope, Emj 
on M. 3, 311.). Like out m prayer I atood (Lomqf. I. 3.). Tbii 
accident ia not wüike ny dream (Sbaksp., Otti. 1, 1.). In labttun 
Ihis ator/ ia not ao unlike o*e of oar own daj (Kavau., Fr. Won. 
of Lett. 3-). To do worae to you wäre feil cnielty , WUdi Ii too 
n^t your p«raoH (SiiAKBr., Macb. 4, 3.). Waa not thia mgk ilitrtf 
(Temp. 1, 2.). SUira, Ihat ahone Stara distaat, bat nigh lund aecn'd 
otbcr worldii (Mji.t., F. L. 3, 5G6.). Thay..wiah and abmggla, u 
they pisB, to reach The tempting »treain . . and ao ntar tk* iräi (i, 
60tt.). In the toirn near whick big poaterity dwelt (Scott, Anüqiuj 
2.). That'a well done; go nearer her (SocraERX, Orooa. 8, L). 
<- Cbaoa nmpira »ita . .: ntxl him high arbiter Chance govema all (Uilt., 
P. L. 2, 907.). ^aathca fle^t bie Umfdfrei&ung ta ftafuS bai^ m: 
To be craiited liie to u3 (Milt., P. L. 2, 34».}. So «eor po« 
deatb to life (4, 425.). Thia glory next to thee (3, 239.). 

Blt(. rWi£ a luaani . . tho« me robbedest (P. Flougem. p. 389.). Bisbtii 
wa« nerer hU delk to nigh (Rich, C. de L. 2540,). Ths mono ii M«f Af 
gronnde (Wkioht, Pop. Treat. p. 132.). Sit Uln(4rfi6nna mit to aflt*U 
fpller: My mayater U lyke to many foUce (Halliw., Mqk«« Post. p. IS.^ 
öm Sdf- bltt'l K«>i<:< »n^-elto, ne<h, neAr, nehit bnt Sati» M M- 3* 
j>a(bf. (Tf^fint übriflenl t4<>n bit goim Uc, »ibmib hu Sgf. Ilc an h ta 
^ufiminniftQunB VOTtDoimt: Bira aune «aaa Airaoi fio (Obm. S5T2.), palta' 
Iu& uicb rt mit «it>t> tutbunCni (5S88, 7931. IBOil.). SRit imleiniili4* 
ftfliu« il(6t ner ). £.: Siimm del «er ^ woj'b (Oeji. 1S235.) )IUi u*- 
denn DriAAtin ci^re nat (luS4.). 

aitan btTf annt^mni, bag fi^ nitt (in ein Uttergang bei Shitlb ii bd 
SRuIaiiD anbahnt, incbetonbtic bd bin abMr6i[i[ aebraui^tni gonnn. 0* 
wirb an4 opposite, tvc(^ man afe ^S^fitipn aift^ totui, mit btalOh' 
f«i6 MTbnnbta. 8. frflpsfition. 

I£in UctxTrcfl beä alten ^atio »irb bitotilen nikb M bei amt »m 
ISerb ber (£;t|ltni begleiteten unb fuS|laiitiDiitm Öntcricttios «m <«■ 
getroffen. 

Woe DM.' for «hat? (Shakbp., Meaa. f. Heaa. I, 6.) Wo« Ib it'- 
(Terap. t, 2) Woo tta «nUe/ (Wint. Tala 3, 2.) @eiD^n[ii^ IsiA 
ber alte 2>aliD buri^ t», onto umft^iitben: Woe (o Ae kamä.' (Satnr, 
JdI. C«. 8, I.). Woe mto lAe worU..woe (o Ua( mm./ (MattI' 
18, 7.) Woe ia me/ (Shakbp., Haml. 3, 1, 3. TEinm. p. lOi) 
Woe worth the chlue, woe worth äit daj! (Scott, Lndy of tbe L. Ü 
9.) And woe worU him (Qu. Uurw. 6.). Vuffallenb ifi wM Aa 
an4 toie ein ))iäbitali»e9 Sbjettie Ic^anbelt: I am teot fort iSBAnrn 
Temp. 6, 1.). fVae ort we, lir (Ant. a. Cleop. 4, 13.) U»f VCMT 

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Sic JFntfhnftint em wo« mit brm S)ati» ge^ M ht bic dlttße 3cit 
pmid. 9llt. : Wo ia holde wivet (Wright, Anecd. p. 10.}. 0! to wer« 
u OD lyre! (Cüauc, C. T. 8015.) Wher me -nu wo, it u do qneationn 
(1083?.), 3Rtb. WS m^ rf anneo node ow« (Ark. Heihr. 1290.). In 
wu wt (IwiuB 2!8.). ^Ibf, Wa worthe ^in morme (Laj^mi. I. 142.), 
W» «d län OD lins (I. IS.), ag(. V» itu/oreorAtuin/ (Cod. Exo». 280, 
».) V& A<an M«n (Mais. 18, T.). e^cn «at^. Tid ^w Be[>uid*n 
(Hattb. II, 31.). — Vi bid ^om Im Keil of lanffoda \rAit* ibidan (Cod. 
Eiox. 444, iS.). Stboc^ ftt^t woe an^ a(e tti^biratJMt Scftanbl^cir f^ra 
V iltntr 3th. We lelj «odmen ar« mekjUe wo (Towd., M, p, 99.). I 
Ol fol vo (Cov, Mtbt. p. 39S.). €o[Itt min fo f^on im ^albf. TToo mm 
Bntw Im foie (Lajam. I. 14.) ixa\t))m IBnntn? — Äut^ bei bnn ttfrat- 
fetm «BlaKaj, «eylawEj ic. mug f^n" btninai^ bm Satis uoian^lttftn. 
T«jtaw«y eAc «-Wb/ (Cfauc, C. T. 4790.). «gl. ^a\i\. Wri»wo «u jom 
Ibore (Lajam. 111. 65. iOng. 3:.). ^a» im «0^- »ttini tI ift lelttnnt t& it 
Ti, n^i^ctiit itn ^Ibf. in bcn ^omicR «>]»w», walano, wolairD, vaUvo, 
T>9a«Ki n. o. o^ne Snfi^Iul an «nm Xnfuf. %[« Stgnt^fil taan man 
gdnfftnna^ ba* Hgf. Tel U Tel anfc^ Vel ](l tbI ii ürum m^dam (Pt. 
34, 13.). F<c2 Part htorde pe gefolgad {um hjrde (Lkoo. Cmii. I. B. 8l.]; 
MmgftÖK ^t man Tft bem tcI analog bc^anbdL 
9.IW BaAoiitU tonn au* jnm ^affi» ttrie«. IUefn Snufotiö 
bdin ^jfftv entfielt folantt^t, ffiinn tin atltoce 3t<'ioDi^t mit bnn 
bopptlten aifufatiu ber $er(on unb ttx ©a4e in ba« ^afrio OEnwm- 
bdl Mib, bei BKlt^cm btr ätttufatio bn ^afon jum ißominattD mirb, 
tod^ccnb bie &a(t)C im Vtfufatib otibltibt 3n ber jflngncn tngli« 
fdKn &viaö)t, tnddie bcn ^erfoncntafuS ol^ne ätliiffii^t auf fein ut> 
niTSngliM f^ntaftifc^eS ScrbÖltnig }nm ©ubjettt Ui ^frtn mai)t, 
iDiTb bat @a4obittI im Sttufdtis ^ufig bei ^affibcn aUet arl an> 
attreffni. 

Foul ■DbomatiAn tt predominant, And eqaitj egiUd yoar kiglmt»^ 
ImU (Shakbp., ii Henry VI. 3, I.). Tbeae lubtl« Bnimala ..Artba- 
aük'd tkeir weU-orda'd §lat* (Botl., Uud. 3, 2, lö91.). He WU 
itUn'd aü imbreoune with bis felW-citizeni (Humk, Hiat. of E. 1.). 
Coold my will luTe determiDcd it, they had Bte* long-ago apettd 
tte oüpü-r (CoLiB., WalloDat. 3, 3.). I bave read the lettaT, I »ot 
firbid il (Shaksp., Lear 5, 1.). Tbe ArchlMihop, who had bttn long 
JöriHJen tke courlt dld not accotnpany them (Macadi.., H, of E. IIL 
168.). He KOM ferbiddtn aeceti to tfae lacrtficei . . he «om r^fkted tke 
pnitetvm of law (Hume, H. of K 1.). The Incorruptible . . could not 
be rrfaaed a ^tek of dtlay (Gabi.., Fr. Rev. lU. 2, 6.}. I am lUmf'd 
*cet— To all my earthly happinesa (Botl., Ep. of HaJ. 7.). h 
vratchedneaa depriv'd iMal btntfitf (Shaxsp., Lear 4, 6.). So DeaÜi 
Aall bt dtctkied Ui glut (Mult., P. L. 10, 989). 

Yog woDid bt ttnght yow dafy (Shakbf., Bich. III. 1, 3.). Bme 
fo« been teught grograpkyf (Chathau, LeCt. 6.) When we wrrt 
«bM o room etc. (Goldbx., Vic. S.). If I kad bt told Uiü, I «ould 
»ot ha*« believed it (Field., AmeL 6, 5.). Vt^ntii!^ ber^ätt fl^ Yoa 
woald not be tad way (Suuthekh, OrooD. 4, 1.) biD bic $iirtittC nay 
cinon &a(t)bttttc glcili^Iotnmt. Do *e w/uU we «re eemmandtd (Sbakbp., 
Tit. Ändr. 6, 2.). 

Glamia tboo art, and Cawdor; and ahalt be Wifti tboa ort promi- 
—i ißoiMar^ Hacb. 1, 5.). We or« pnmittd m corJjr mavk to Uitf 

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niitie retmt (Douol. JEnnoLc, PHsod. of War 2, 3.). She (jImU 
fre oUncW her patriotu (Ken Jonb., Poetait. 2, !.)• If I >uqr 6« «I- 
{(Hwd (A« viord (FiELD-, Kssay on NoChiag 3.). ir tho(e..B« tlm 
npbraided . . Anil tha ofiender gramUd seopt of ipeech (Sbaksp., II 
Henry VI. 3, !.)• Sui^li /aoor 1 DDworthy an voachafd (MiLT., P. 
L. 12, 622.). They uvre ofered Mnr Inw> if they woulil conMnt fai 
■bjure tbe cmasa of ths ininrgent CoTsnanters (Macavl., H. of E. 
IL 72.). He KK» offereä, aad refnied, thi HUt (Bdlw., Rianzi 3, 3.). 

How ahall I pleiid to be forpiven thit latt imoortty igtet of mf 
reitleu, cnsatisGed diBpoBiiion? (Sbebid., Bi«. 6, 1.) MartiD ma; 
yon bt pardonrd Ihat thought (Dodoi.. Jerbolo, Sent Day 3, 4.). I 
am txciued Mi trüä (Prison. of Wu 2, 4.). 

Tba captain aea made iarg* anmdi (Fiel»., T. Jon. 2, S.). I 
fcave IcMt many a debc in my llfe-tinie, but m* promitsd to&spoU 
(Am all in a very ifaort titne (J. Andr. 4, 14.). How am I tO ic 
poW My (iM«(y noftoUtnif (Dooai.. Jkrbold, Prtion. of War 2, 3.). 
Yoa ort i»dtbttd to me a letlcomt (Fasquhar, Becmit. Ontc. 3, 1.). 

Till tbis day I Aacc bttn »pared the Irouble To find out my owa 
road (Coleb., Fice. t , 2.). Both of na will be »pared the paim of 
reeeiring promotion paichaMd by tho death of a comrada and friend 
(CoOP., Spy 9.). 

Nor will I be delayed tke n^oyment of tbea one moment longvr 
(Field., J. Andr. 4, 14.). His anciant knot of dangertini advwra^ 
ries To-morrow are Itt blood (Sbanbf., BIcb. IIL 3, 2.). 

S)tT SFCufatio btim $ufflD nimmt ÄbcraQ, lue rc atigutrt|fen ift 
tDtc fAon im @rit^if(^rn unC Sateinifd^en , Tiid)t t^ne enge Sqie^nng 
jum Säetbalbtgriffe in ?Iiifpru(^, rotlAt btim ^tttie patt Pntrt, (Sr 
toirb fibn^aupt jm Sqfit^ruiig bt« ©Mtnponbrt, auf SKldjtn bo« 
$räCitaldt>erb mit^ubqicbeii ifl; baS üerb ^t an üfm tttd^t fritie att' 
mittelbare @raäntung. I^a^er lann e4 nid}t auffaDen, nenn unter bcn 
angefü^Tten oeifpielen aud) feiere Pnb, iDtlc^e fic^ ntAt in ber Seift 
in @S^e mit bem Stftie betmanbeln hj^en, tag in biefcm jugieic^ «b 
^tfonencbicFt unb ein €a(^cbiett, fonbrrn ettm nur «n< ober bat 
anbete anftrden ßnnte. Cben fo utnig iß cÖ auffällig, bag IMffioc 
Sermen oie I am indebted, toflf^e Hberi^autit leine atttnfonn neben 
jt4 l)at>en, mit bem StfufatiD Ipnftruirl merben. 

S)ag au(^ bei bem Hegen ^articip be« ^erfA ein STtufatiti 
biefer Krt erf^eint, erflärt fil^ (cidit: It breaka looie when it ia coo- 
£n'd, And llke tha loul, iti barboorer, Dtbarr'd the fretdom of tbe 
air, Divdaina againit iU will to lUy (Butl., Hnd. 8, 1, 666,). I 
tboald be rather like the wild b&wk, wbo, barrtd the frte txenim of 
liig aoor throngh heareii, will daah bimaelf to piaeea agunat llw bar 
of hia eagu (Scott, R. Koj 6.). 

@tlten ip bit Umfc^rung txt Qer^Sltniffea beim ^ofH». fo bof baf 
ßoi^objett jum ®ubjefte unb baS ^erfcnenobieft gum Sftntalio »irb; 
Tba narne qu^ation might ir awktd jourtelf (CoOP., Spy 10.}. (lirt 
liegt beim Vtlie aKerbingS ein boppeiter Htfufatib gu ©ninbc; Um btci 
tti^t btr San ip, tiiu bn oben beiQbrte ^fonoLtafuS in fdn XcAt 
e. @. 212. 

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limari^ ijl p ehtnn mgni XWIt (tt^t na^nriitai. CiOtc nat1i14n 9fi> 
)bt§ sid^ mit cingctDiTR (atoi? 2;it filtm e)>iai^ (irtcl Rnig bkfn Bit: 
Alle mj ibepe ar gone I am nal Itft one (Tuwh., M. p, \H.). AI 1^, fy 
»D tilys fAo^ I havt ben tolde (Cov. Mtbt. p. 168.}. With iirappyng« 
•rnd« DOW ii he ikom The had rjght Tro the Dckka (p. 18!.). Tb« 
mrcluiid «ai peyd XXXti pownde fyne (Sir Ahadas 237.). Thii mij 
■Ol it Käd nm/ (Cov. Mtst. p. SS9.). F^rwelle, ibnif iorAe llood and 
feiK (TowN., M. p. 171.). SnffaQcnb flnb J9«f|)iclt »fe; Hs migha Sir 
Anii tu right, Bü brother that tetu tretotA« plight (Ami» ». AnuL 1011.). 
Tke ictk» ve bean b^-htunoe. So «e walde that thon «va (Aul. 3964.) 
Imit bol ^Ibf. flbneinftimtnt 3'^ ^* "*^'" '3*''' cmnen & hU gidt hean 
icMwen, [*« king him vulde after (Lajam. II. SSS.), no ßatt bei Oilbimg 
bnjtitfonn mit 1>kii> bic mit habben gt»((t[trtiat toflic flattj analog btm 
lia aufgcffi^Ttm: Bis adfenariei ort let blood (Sn), »eju baf ITtiO lau* 
M £«1 ä blood (Love'a I.. L. !, 1.), fltfet fcfton im ^atbf. pa cnibui luilin 
■pgtn . . tmt ^a crri ilele hlod and rvsted (Lajam. II, 973.), noTttUC tocnig« 

|ni (fiMTStbt, bag 6«iin ^atf!» fifi^c tin 9t(ufatJb tfnc Stellt fünb. 9m 
titf. f^tnt nn^ <l(i)nli<^ »orlganbtn. CBo bit %ib(Iflb«tftQuiig, bnn Otrit* 
^An felemb, (Ittt btn SrfuFatiB nat^ bem $af|li) gebraui^nt mflffni, nit 
t. 6. ba< Kcnt. biet I^ut: Be that wa* dead ciiii« fort)), (ound Aanii and 
/M »ich grave- clothe* (Jcir, 11, 44 ) glti^ bnn Site. Boandtn fte hmtdU 
nd tieftet wifi bondli (Wid-irfK) (nt baS Sgl- bcn 33atili obti eintn fna* 
Hitunafni Sa|uS; Sana icop ford oe t>« de&d Tia, sebmukn handim rnid 

J^ftMB (i c). 

lO.ürc abfolut* WHufatib firtift «iitTfritt an &en abJwrfiafni, on» 
bnerfrit« oit ten etliptif^En «nufatb. ®a ab«, »oit fl(^ birt bei fctt 
SiDitcinng ttr obfotutcn ^aTticipialTon^ruItion nSfftx tratbm Uirb, 
bti mit bcnt ^lominalio jumeift g[ti(f)(auttnbc ObjettStaHiS naO) in 
jcsot ü&rTfleQansen ifl. fo lägt ftd) nit^t fittrall fin auS bcr Sonfltut« 
tian bc« ©atfcd glci^fon ^auefallciibR Aafud f^Ic^'^i» <^ ^^ 
btie anffltOnt. 

■) Atnoriini Uxrb«!! Iot)tiIatil> bnbmibent Su^ftantibc lodet an bnt 
6atf grfSgt, toclt^t bni S^taTln eon abfoluten JfafuS ^toi. 

You ha*e made itiift to nm into't, bootM aad tpiar» tmd «B 
(Shabsp. , AII'i Well 2, 6.). The bisliop ii in the Tower, And 
goodt and body given to Gavegtoa (Marl., Edw. II. 1, 3,). Hütf 
bingA fdilitgen fid) fo[d)t JtafuS gan; na^c an ben Üf^tigfcttSbegTiff 
oIA Objcfte ober @libt(ttt an: The goujeen Bball devoar them, 
jlcfi amd fiU (Sbakbp., Lear 6, 3.). „Beware the bear'a bog," 
cried tbe Onini, sa down went hia antagoniat, riHer ead tietd, 
before hia lanca (Bclw., Rienzi 1, 1.). 

fUU. To helle the denlle »baue draw 700, Sodg, teei and bone (Ton., 
M. p. 3IG.). I am hevy hetd tmd fooOe (Cur. Htit. p. 170.). SgL 
^albf. Aed for-b«t bim t* breit«, 6<mi «uJ ^ (mmmw (La3jh> L 
«77.). 
b) SSenn iisci ^t\^t Subftantibe, auf imncTif^ nntrrf^iebcnt 
@tj|tBflaabt bcjogcn, buiib tine ^räliofttion eetbunben ftnb, 
■Hb aii|n^tb bcr Jtonfhuhion brt Satjrt flehen, fo iß man 
icR^ttgt, in bem erflen btn fiftufatio anjune^men. 

Htad M ktad with Tairf grace Will we aing (Ssaup., Hidi. N. 
Dt. 5, % cf. UiLT., P. L. 4, 331.). Wheu, arm m »tm, we weot 
•long (Tevstb. p. 93.). Fom im fae», Aod froummg bro» to brom, 
Mnehw will hear Tb'MCDMr, and tb'ACCONd, frMly qwak (Skauf., 



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Kcb. II. 1, 1.). To meet duth /an to /«m (Bm-w., BiefaeL 1, 
3.). Ab when two block cIdwiIb . . Btond froml to front (Milt., P. L. 
2, 714.). With bim wiU I Bpuk mo%A to mmOb (Noil 13, i). 
She..press'd jon hearl to kiart (TESirra, p. 91.}. Bow often ba 
liad met yoa tvard to ticord (Shajcsp., Coriol 3, 1.), [ä^nH^: 
MflDy it dry boltle bave Ire cr&cked honä to JUt (Fabi)<ibai, 
Becrait. OfBc. 3, 1.)}. Side hy tide, Within they lie, ■ moiinfal 
Company (Booebs, lt., Gr. S. Bern.). He Bpeaki tbr«e or fov 
Ungnage« word for loord witlioat book (Bbaksf,, TweUUi K. 1, 3). 
It« noble gardeuB, trrraet abooe terraee, Aad rieh in faDnUini, lU- 
tiieB, cypreaaeB, Will loDg detain tbe« (Roosita, iL, Ginerra)— I 
bave iratch'd tbe night, Aj, nigH by night (Shaup., II HeorrVL 
8, 1.). Ab iba apake to Joseph day 6y day (Gem. 39, 10.]. 

2)jtft 9a«bniifflU»ifcn, nwliic bie SorfttOtmg gtDntfettJBn 8ccflbmi| 
vitb Ktt^tnuB obei utimittrlbarn aufeinaiibiT|olge tntbalUn, (tab ii hi 
2:^111 unnoapfinbigt SaQglitb«, bei bcncn jutn t^i\. tin S^igbiMherifl 
iw4 bunicl eorfdjiMbctt mag. @it ttimitni iii<bi:fac( an lamaiiiti^c ]> 
■bMibioltn gomtln {t(iarrte ÄiiBbrÜife, wie altft. iea o Ui, ntnli./«« 
ä/aea, ttle-ä-tlie, vü-h-vU, mot !i not, mot pour mot n. bg(., tbd 
au(( an alti gnmatiif^, »ie $o[bf. .9ui« ü niie büsne heo t<i ügp^ 
(LjtjAN. II. lOP.). fond iin<t Aond« fahteo {» bejs msD (I. i.\ Sek* 
glidcn iord inrj borden (II. 455.). erniclncf tiitrt fi^oti ba« Sgf., M 
^w^ bas nftc SutflanttD nit^t im attBlattt), fonben in eintm ubaa 
ftafn», aui^ in Seglcituns einer SptSpifiliDn, ^e^t: Ic iprece tfi bim aUt 
a mH&t {Nun. 12, 8.). 0/ an^jjne (6 onil?ii« [Face lo face] (DiithlII, 
10.). ^v,m 9ulbTU(fe bt* 9ta(b(inanbn bimt fvübc tin Stlnlatis mit •>; 
atfügtem juxittn CnbllanliB. *lle. Now go« TurhenUa, & lerch» (tay (" 
day (Lahot. II, 268,). «gf. Breatom fl/tw ireaAftiie beofodg {4« «ftinl 
[moment after moa«nt] {Cot>. Sxoi. IBl, 26). Scrgteiifini (an MUM 
{ßeuMb. $>inb in «anb, «m in Sin, Bort fSi KSaTl i. b^ 
9ra Ifll- fnbet man hand on kand kUbb (Lbcki, £dw. 9.), |4<'"'''4 
abn bit abfolntt gönnet. XnSbiädt »ie Blnic An euafor an ey, "^ 
a too(A /or a tooüi (Matth. 5, 88.) finb tiftunbaw Bllipfen. «äf- ■**• 
for eäge, tOd for lad (ib.). 
e) SItil atrinfinti @i(^R^ctt Ugt flc^ fiStr tien ftafuS bpn atfolntti 
©agbcflimmunBcn entft^ciben, Uflt^i fi^ btt abrdutm $<itti> 
cipiaKonftruttion anglti^cn, ober fid^ turt^ ein« lulrt licgnM 

!dil}in geljDien ©utfianlioc mit abjcltioif^fn ottt abbtriiibi 
S3cftimmungtn im ttriteicn @inne, iseli^c baS ^räbifat einet enl' 
tDtiitttin @at}t9 ontreten: AU loote her argtigiiU aiärt, AH b-' 
htr goldt» Imr, Hang Margaret o'er her alaugbter'd «ire (Scxrrr, L 
Minvtr, 1, 10.). And luBtil; along tbe bay ihe atrode (ac A» 
veBsel), Her taeiling rieh, and of apparel bigh (Wobdswortb, W. 
«d. I»36, 3, 34.) (eine ^lat^a^mung bon »leltoii I. 81.). Tn 
cottager . . Just eamB a Bcanty pittance, «nd at nigbt Lica do«! 
•ecare, htr iearl and pociel Ügkt (Cowp. p. 47.). — Theaea ■*" 
of tote their nuub, and aomewhat raii'd Bj falsa prFBOmptaDO* 
hope, tha ranged power» Uiaband (Uilt., P. L. 2, 621.). W 
I«ngth Adrian, kU cuor down, rode «towly into tbe green apac« 
(BuLW., Bienii 3, 2.}. — The nißaD, «ho witb ghoatlj gli<)^ 
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BHfig als Sa^wiMTjtntgnt, bettn et»a hi« Sn6 bn fi^fttnj 
ftfelt, ttft^tinen abfolute Jtaflie in: The parvat treMoie morttl tiatei 
iSbnl, !■ cpotlesa repaUtioa; tliat away, men *re bat gilded loun 
(Shaibp., Kcb. II. 1, 1.). And de&th or rM^totioa m the word; 
Tl« lau impotMle, he üan the fint (Covp. p. 46.). SBä^Ttnb 
tämliUf bnr(^ bie obigen ^fpiele btgltitenbe Um^dnbc obtt ßu» 
pfiittx be« ©ubicHcd brr ÜbSttglnt andgtbifldt »oben, btnt ^tn 
bnr abfoEittc RafuS gum XuArtiilt bn S3ebtngt^rit ba (oufit« 
^bltntg. 

3nic aBfoIntm Aafnt ]hibcn fl<^ im Xlt«. (fln^ uitbti: Bii..To him 
cone , . Tnhowd t bare lot, & rngnit al ki, jffor arme» to the e&otM 
tuied, hör heued bar ther to (S, op Gl. II. SSS.]. Thd ben Dboace the 
Saold&n «itb swerdci dr&wva and gjaamiei and axei, hert armet li/t i^ 
n hifie wilfa the vepeaee (Uauhdkv. p. 4D.). ^ notnd tAe heved, in 
* erooDB, She rod (Alis. 205.). Med mjghte se Eho after rjde Wilb 
dniwe avord and tjoit lAe bridal (2181.}. — Alle j-amed iwilbe well, 
Drtnqr, and lauriet, ond iwtord of >tel (Amb. 18b'g.). Nepcanabai in 
theo waj Hood, with pollid hed, and ^ hi* hod [fdntn ^Itt ab] (Slfi,). 
Daria now Uth od gjonnde, Jn &ü lody Uea Aethet aewnde (4(il0.]. 
Sitfc Baifer it Jit u t i ft phnmt im ffltfmtlt^eti mit ba »tnanif^t» fitmin 
(f. Diu, ttom. ®t. 3, iiT.) nnb bätftc barauf an^ bcgtÜBbd frin. Sol 
«Il^ bare lot ijl nm aoB bet JCtntnung btt as|. bärUt, fiaifug, bn> 
borgtgaiigeti. ^[tf. Be dude hine bar-fot (Ilijaii. L ST7.). dagegen: 
Beo eode mt hirt bare fottn {l. 21S.). 

U.3ii einigen SäSen tciTb ein Slffulatit) mit 9?(nntD!lrteTn D«6iui' 
\m, bei benen uif^üllngtii^ ein @)enitib feine ©teile ^alte. 
■) !Die0 geft^ie^t bei dnjelnen ®u6f}antit>en , tueii^ paitileUrtia, 
b. ^ Ute $iä^o[ittonen belfanbelt Iperben. Sldlfiit oe^Bren t. 9. 
iniide, ontaide, de^iite u. bgC, »et^e man uster ben $iä))i>(itionen 
anfgrfflbrt finbet. Sint^e @ub|1anttDe nehmen ober aut^, totnii flc 
iflien Q^araftei (felbft in Verbinbung mit bem ÜTtitel ober einem 
SüTWOtte) anf4(tnenb (eua^ren, ben Sflufatis ; fo board unb ride, 
fiO^ei au4 *a^- 

^ bowd, wmS^Mf^^Brbe ge&niu^t, lontntt bted tri feinet 
ScrMtpfiuifl mit on twr, toefdfcS bntil^ * erfeft tKcben tann: 
Tbey hnrried na abo^rd m bork (Sbaxsp. , Tamp. 1,3.) I coald 
do B« len, npoD My Coming «wsj, thtn inrite him n öoard »e 
(SooTHEBif, OrooD. 1, 2.). Hia oncle received bim on board Um 
Trmmpk (Sodthet, Life of Nela.)- X>aä ©ubftantlD aide I5gt Dn> 
[f^ebRie Qttiibutioe Seflimmnngen )u: Vpoa Mt näe iheiea (Sbaksp., 
Jobn 2, 2.). Hü Bteel waa in dabt, it went o' the bw:ktiäe Ika 
lom (C;mb. 1, 3.). Coasiing the wall of He&v'n o* thü ride 
Sigkl (HiLT., F. L. 3, 11.}. The band balted et nlghtfall on OA 
tide Ike PoHtme Manhte (Bglw., Sienii 3, 1.). 'Tis bighly pradeot 
to make one aara fnend; And thst thoD canat not do, thii $ide 
At *kk» (YocKQ, N. Th. 8, 1383.). To that ndt Hrao'n (MiLT^ 
P. L. 2, 1 006.). On the one nde the riner . . aoured Mount Jnnica- 
lam (SoLW., Rienai 1, 1.). Are they not on the other tide Jordan? 
(UlUTEit. 11, 30.) On eitker tide ker march'd an ill look'd prieat 
(Bowi, J. Shor« 5, 1.). On either tide the ntxr be Long &eldi 
of bari^ utd of 170 (iBmm. p. 6ö.). — <S>u ^xäfeftÜna of iß 



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2S0 ll.£« IBod<M.ettt^etaifl. l.Uf4n- XSoitflBnis. II. S.abi».6aVh|L 
jnr tliuf^tribinig ttt @athiv Bftn no4 btraatUti While lie wu 

M ttü titJe 0/ At Border (Scott, R. Roy 10.}. Tbere «ere no 
great niin« . . the^ all lie o» d« oUn- tidt t>f tke eUg (Diesen, 
Pic(, from It., Romo). 

Sit fenii5nnif4t ^Vc^Sn \vi on board, aboard teif dne V<^'(I 
h^nbtlt. e^nnalc UMrb board mit btm ffltnilis tonftraiTt Vlte. Thu 
we ben entrcd tnto tkippu boord (Chadc, C. T. SbSb.). ^L ^Kf. 
YidatcD ntpu (ot^ (Lajih. Sb.). Sltnotb. At iitip« iorA' (Vöuum^iuT. 
Sl.). Ün bOBrd ifl Igf. DrUg&a his b- m 6or<b (Coo. Exoir. 349, 
16.). — Statt lide birttt bie altt. Sprat^i nitifL half, unb gnoabnliife t4n 
mit Wlttit4<e°< (Bmititi; And hj^m Bulf aßttalf fie mouni, &, lo Frua 
com« (K. ot Gl. II. B9S}, no tint anbcn iitatt wda bal: Into Fniuce 
a Ihatide iJte mounta com (ib.). A Ihi» ha^ ttt (Madhdkv. p. tO.). 
He b a ^ ht^ßum Jordan (Ami. 4S0!.). $alb[. No in nsD«r« noiw 
londe ^e a fieoi hälfe Mutyiu Btondefl (Laj*«. II. &43.). 9in Vgf. M* 
lUtSrlJi^ bn 9«nitiV. Tö tüem londnm on ^ heaffe munlt* (Sas. Cn 
SSI.), e. b. ^vaipctitiancn- 
b) EBJmn (et bcm flbjettio wonhy, noirortbf ein Statut erft^eint, Mt* 
4ni uii HUT fßr einen Vtfufati» anftben tonnen, fo ^at babei bit 
nnmitlefbare 9Jen«iibtf<^(ift mit bem SBoitßamme nnb bn SOni' 
hing »on wortb (f. @. 167.) mitgemiTtt. 

I will beetow tome precept« of thi« virgin Wortky 1)u lafe 
(Shakbp., AH's Well 3, 5.). How poor a tbing ig he, hon «wtky 
teorn (RowB, J. Sbore 4, 1.). Were not the linfül Mary'i lein 
An offeriog teorlhy Htavenf (Th. Müore p. 274.) I could villi 
be would . . aee ho« much be ii umcorlhy so goad a lady (Sbaubf., 
Huch Ado 3, 3.). Ä connexioQ with one lo «nMirAy her wKrilt, 
M I »m (GoLiWM., G.Hal. M. 1.). ffionetoi ifl bei worthy, un- 
worthy bie prSpDjittonale Umft^ceibung it9 @enitiD mit of im 
@ebrou4. S. of. 

9m arte. lommt worthi gft genng o^e eilemibamt itafn« »n: TIm* 
Bit aorlhi grele blame (Tuwh. M. p. ao.). 3m Qalbf. Qbentiinml «niide 
M Lajamon no4 bft Stbentuligen iwn «onh unb «orthj nie agf. ftoii, 
Tnrd, TcorAfl, Tyrde; im Onnulum trifft man neben yrunp bte SsnnO 
wurrlilj, wQirJii, )tb«^ obnt »o]ttt. Sgt. Bltf. That Ik tha inrM^ m 
Udq (Heuabd 1873.). ffitbb* waidec, aDveidac neben wert 

12. ©ei Onterjefttonen «ft^eint Bfter ein Rafn«, beffen OefKimnniis 
sii^t itt>eifcI(D6 i(t: Ah m«.' where't that? (Shakbp.. Cymb. 4, 2.) jU 
«w/ aUb, pain, pain, ever, for OTerl (Shellet, Frometh. 1, 1.) 
me/ my ancle'i apirit !■ io tbeae atoneal (Shaebp., John 4, 3.) 4j 
me/ (Ben.., Eod. 1, 8, 1.) Jy m« Makappg! (Milt.) Ah, poor 
mel (Bdlw.) ®d f^tint fl(^ auQ jti bet^alttn: God* me/ my hoM 
(I Henry IV. 2, 3.) unb nil^t anberS bafl ))D))U[fire dear mel Dtr 
wttJ I iriih thii jonraey were otet (Goi.dsm., G. Nat. M. 4). W 
dem- me! (Dicsxns, Chuzzlew. 1, 3.), iDClin dear ben SuSntf «ttr 
Anruf (®oltee) barfleOt. 

Gcnn man an bie lomanlf^cn gönnen afr. haimi, it ahini, oint, 
ffun. ayme »ie an bit altbtntldMn Siilerjetllonen ah, ach mit bem vnn|ali> 
(f. I. 417.) beulen hnn, In »irb man ^in wie bei btm agl. E&v me (Pi. 
119, S.) ben artnlati« ftnbtn ISnnen. 2)ae 9)litttlbc(bb. gibram^t alleitiagl 
taOt boi ^DotiB, lole ben Ocnititt. Kilnfe o\ßt ^oüxxj^läm xtk: Me wi- 



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mttk QbLt., P. L. 4, 7S.) attnunt an bat Cot Hf miMmml, s(gld4 fb 
final btn angtfü^rtai Sn[|)ttlai analog flnb. 

od anbtreD Onterjtttionen, Wie: Ah* tht day! (Shakip., TwelfUt 
K. 2, 1.) mag woa ihe A».j\ (f. @. 214) u. bgl. me^r gu @rutlbe 
liqciL Sic ein (Subflantie fi^ O" bie dnltiicfticn rettet, tonn ^Suftg 
kcSotütis angcnommtn acrbeOf nie in: Aläs, poor MU<m/ (Shaiup^ 
Ttmp. 1, S.) O most luht^py day! (Com. of Err. i, 4), tDflf^er 
ilf Volittcr eines ®a^9 bient. 3Bo aSei bi( dntcijeltion ifolirt 
i^, mag bcr banibcn ttnxi Dorlomnicitbe titn^o ifotiite ftafuS nai^ 
6t|u^tö|iunlten bturt^eiEt mtibcn, tttli^e int ^ufünimentiangc btr Siebe 
Ocgcn, )»Hn mont^erlei StifpieU 2:^. I. @. 401 ff. ju fiuben flnt>. 

I. Vit llrSpafitionni. 

3)it fi^ntaftif^e Sittdtioii bei ^TSpofitiontn ift Bon bet gi1^§ten 
Iribt^nnfl tnner^IB be4 einf ad^en ©a^ed , aud toel^nn fte jn antut 
initit Ü^rilc in baä ©n^gefage alfl Aonjunttioiien QbtrgcQtn nnb bit 
Kibinbtmg bei (^lieber btfftl&tn fiberne^men, nit fit anbtrerftitS (mit 
A to|länbij(t Äbsettien — öm« (ie naAueiäli^ juin I^l nrfinfing* 
ü^ fimi — im ©Qpe auftreten tBnnen- 

Sic btt Safuä im SQefentlli^en jlc^ an taS Setttnoit anlehnt, toei« 
In^ abtx auät an anbeie 9iebetl}dle, »elc^e in gemifTem @[abe beiSaU 
Mt (wahren, fo fle^t auH) bte mit einem Aafud Der&ttnbene ^räppft« 
ün in ä^nlit^n iBejic^ungen, obtuD^C f!e fii^ no^ freier a\tä) bem @iiib> 
Mb anf^tiegt. X)iefe le^tocnannte Son{huttion 6e^[ten loit ber 
ßiwtmma ber ottributiDen Seflimmungen bot. 

Sit iwit ber Seß^'ff bei ^täpofition onBjnbe^nen ifl, Hßt 
K^ liiit mit entft^iebenbtit feflflcDen , ba im Saufe ber 3eit aQettei 
«M^le JU ^rtiteln erflorren nnb »oringöweife in ^trbinbnng mit 
SalfLinttbbegTiffen bie ^unftionen älterer $räpofltionen flberne^men. 

^c fmb {i(Ierbtnc|d eon btn Umft^reibungen bei ^lüporitionen ju 
nlRfi^tilra , tDcIt^c i^ie uifpiünglii^e Stcgiiffäbeßimmung neö) an fii$ 
tt^in, jtbM^ Juin %\)vl anf bem 9Sege finb, in ^rtitctn flbttju* 

'iiS Snfgeben bei Kofueflejion \)at boB (Snglifi^e, isie bte rontani* 
ffci 6vn4en, be« SJort^eiie beraubt, bte Urt ber Sejie^una ber %}>&' 
'■t'nt laf einen (Segenflanb an ber ^rapofuicn unb bem ffaifufl jugtei^ 
^ndi4 ]n miii^, namentlich ao bie ^läßofition urfpTünQlid) in bec 
jwnürtnng mit eerfi^iebenen ftafu« oerfdfitbene ©i^ttirungen ber ©eiie« 
^ Qji nuUftn fonnte. 3)aB <£ngttfc^t mug fic^ jum Xl}ei( }u biefem 
3»öl( anbeitr ^tttl bebienen, unb buri^ ben Sufimmen^ng ber ?lebe 
tu 9f)i(^angen beS präpafitionalen @liebeS fidjer fteQen. 

3>ic anmegebene gle^ion (at aber tben tm Sebruii^ bei ^x&fo- 
Pneu im Suglifc^n bebenlenb eerme^rt, cbtcc^l [i^on l>at Xngelfä<^' 
n^ tci ^räpo^ion neben bem ftafuB einen tteiten Spielraum jn» 

SJunb bie ?r5pofltion mit i^rem JNifu« tiwiben räumlit^e, jeit» 
''4'. tanfale unb mobale eeflimmungtn audgebrddt. 3)erfe(be 
«piff linn öieljai^ mit »erfc^icbenen ^räpefllionen iwrbunben toerbcn, 
"Mn^ tiidla »aaig Mrfi^iebent Se^mimsen btfTdben ttegriffeä ent- 

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333 n.z:^ nnt'ti.«>tifi8Mie.L«aMtt. 

ftäftn, ^äü eine toentgften« ata Mrfi^Aenm iSk^tfOtltm tA 

gefagte, mcnn au^ im Kefultatc alriAartigc S^immitttQ Mfel^ ttrM/f. 

(Eine Sint^eilnn^ btr $räpofitionen in ft^ntaftiftiier SqittBng 

toiTb btiri^ bie Sielfritigint mancher bitfer ^Ttittln, fo vatt bind) bie Wf 

midjnng anbercr von t^rer uTf)iTfinglid)tn Smvnibnng rrfdjtKit. 0n 

mfiffen und baiaitf bef(^rSnten, naof aOgemeineien ^t{ii^tef)nnlten i)a> 

fc^icbtne Slti^m von ^räpoflticnen auftufleQcn. 

•)9ct einer Xn^a^l von $Tapofitianen liest bit SorfleOnns beS loo^d? 

bon IDO? von Uann? ober ben einem rfinmlifi^en ober jeitli^a 

SuAgang^pnntte ju ©ninbe. Sa^in gelten of, off, maaf,frtm, 

b)l£ine onbcre Steige fc(t bie Sjor^eOung einer Qeueguns ober %ii4' 
tung vorand, cbtc an »o^in? in uxiteren ©inne bed SSortel. 
^itt finb JU rennen; (o, wnto, tmeard, Ioward», m(o, HO, umHi, f, 
adoam, dorn», ofonj), l/trih), titrouffk, tkrotylttml, ooroM, «nwt, att»mi, 
tliwari, ov*rllmart, traetrtt, oiiaMt, MbotU, rwatd, ammd, agamul, (mmOi 
oppoiile. 

c) ISinc biittc Sbfft neigt fit^ urf^rfinglit^ me^r bem Ser^SItnilfe bd 
Se^atienfi im 9Iaume ober in ber ^ai )u, obtoot^t fle bie Sn* 
fttKung ber Sencgung ntci)t ausfi^liegt, wie: ü, <», wpom, at, bg, wUk, 

(loUAal), btsiät, ieiide*, betwem, btbeixt, anid, amidit, «uh^, ohi^ 

nnb toA tttelbeutige /or. 

d) l£iner vierten Steige bellten uir bie uifprUnali^ tfiumlit^ nnb )(it> 
li^'ti $arti!eltt vor, toelc^e bie Sejie^ung auf einen ©egenfatf in ent* 
fdfiebenern: SSeife aiS anbete benat^en, toie: q/br«, b^ore, Uifon, m 

— behind, afUr; otrr, aboee — inuJcr, undenuatk, batemtk, btlo»; wilUi 

— mttoitf, (bui): imide — ovttide; (on thit aida) — beyond n. a., BD' 
bäum Zf)tH umft^reibenbe gormen mit äi^ten ^rdpofltionen m^fdi- 

nnberer Umf(^rei6ungen ober Qrfaßformeln nnrb bei einzelnen £4* 
tot $T&|}o^unen, anberer tnblii^ am ®{|^u{fe ju gebenlcn fein. 



¥rit>ofitii)tten, bei benen nrf))illnflli4 ein SnegangepttBlt 
in Setrai^t tommt. 

</, 6ia»eilen apolopirt o', ugf. o/, af, got^ ultBorb. altf. f^wb- 
bfin. ^oQ. af, affi. ab, aba, entfprii^t bem gr. «*, bt. tA. toiib in 
®ot^. iinb Hltnotb. mit bem 3)atiD oerbunben, loie geloö^nti^ oii4 ui 
Xgf., obteo^t ^ier Bieneilen bei @enilii> bortommt. S)ie ©runbbäia' 
tnng ber ^läfiotltion ift bie ber itrtlii^cn Cntfetnung ober Zren' 
nnng, oon etnaS ab unb von ettoa« l^er. Sie oetüfftt fid) ii 
i^rer Scbeutung bereits im Xgf. mit rrom, nnb jjt im Saufe ber änt 
tiiclfa{^ ben fVam ge»i(^en, namentlich in räumlich Sebeutung. du 
ttlt6 nimmt fie au^ bie germ t>f an, »eit^ fii^ im Stene. baoon fvi* 
bert unb jnra Xlfcil bie oUe ärlti^e Scbcutung fc|itl)&[t !Die Scbcutnnt 
bee gl. Ib. ;f, D([if)e bem gotl^. alte. agf. af, (of) öfter jutam, eifttt 
bie jüngere @pra(^ burdf out of. 
1.2)ic »rtli(be Sebentung ^1 f!^ in ben @inne ber l£ntfcrnnn|, 

bef ab, nomentli^ in Strbinbnng mit ouberen obbcrbialcn Konr 

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rt&e woiM't volome Onr Britaia M«ma »* of it btit not in it 
[SkUBF, Cjmb. 3, 4.). The EagliBh tie within fifteen hundred p«- 
n o/fMT fMf (Heniy V. 3, 7.). The hue «u caugbt wilhin a 
;inl or two q^ Adamt (Field., J. Andr. 3, 6.)- Westward qf Iht 
(Ml (GtBhOK, Decl. 6.). From regions north of Ihr Tropic of Cho- 
ea tt legiou «oath of tke Tropic of Cspricorn (Mackvl., U. of E. 
DL %l.). du Seibinbunacn Xdk atop of, ahead of, alongside of 
t bgL borf man of als Utnfc^itiSuiig bt§ ®cnitib in Sb^ngigfeit 
m Mn mit bn ^rSpofiHDn jnfatnmengefüalcn ^aupttsScteTit top, 
ka«] X. anfc^, toettt bic Scjitbung auf Bitlti^e Snlfernung ni^t 
ii Sctni^t tommt -- 'S>a9 räumtii^e SBo^ei? n^ält augeclKm, 
uiiatlii:^ bei be, mdft fd^on bic ^ejtc^utig auf ^cTtnnft: Sbe 
n» 0/ Carikage, not o/ Twm« (Shaebp., Temp. 2, 1.). Are you of 
BiltMif (BowE , J. Shore 1 , 2.) For tbou wert of tke moantaiat 
{Bravt p. 119.) f. sxitcr unten. 

Sk diu. e|na^ brOcft ben Vt^nfj b« ffntfcTitntia, «on ctua« 
fiil, ^tn»eg, (erauB unb Bon ttmaB 1>cx tiltl^aäi n«^ bu^t^ of (cff) 
OL lUt. AUMondre . . Haih me ärjien qf my lond (Ai.ia. 331I.V Ded 
kl ä ^ ladel j-taHe (43S4.). He Ijghte of hU hori (4G16.). The Ijc 
^iep ktgen ipioDg (Rice. C. de L. 766.]. How mjjte ..lache stonn, »o 
pm £ to fkle, Be jbrojt i:^ lo fer Umd (R. of Gl. I. 146.). Com now 
ian^ Oiat Ir4 (Cov. Uist. p. 830). ^alB(. & bneid Line of hU Hede 
(Uju. IlL es.). Jdriaen o/ Aeor« Umd« (U. S9.). And droh c/ hire 
tmp« u of hire ringe (III. 231.}. Pur fleh of fie tleiea (III. 108,)- Pe 
Mcs o/' Saadonde ([1. t6S.). ^af- ^f ^^i' '"""" '■"^^i ^^ *>'' ■>/ '»"''" 
[Lioc. CnjT. I, B, 75.). He Int andreorc o/ Ädama Itce äUodode uid 
In Citnin Ueih rib qf ridon (Cadh. 176.). An rjtl israng of pan eor- 
^(Gn. !. 6.). Sidden he (/ filit-fnjiuni com (Sax, Chb. 6BB.). — 
S4 H of anc^ mit bnn Oiie bn ^eilunft »nbinbet, berfltbl ?^ »en 
idlfL Ilk. He wu nonght of tAe^ confray (Aus. 23'^.). ^olbf pn an 
n af OiariTt* (Ujam. III. 4S.). |[g[. pat he »f of htqfone (Luc. 

t8(i 3(itbtflimmuiigen foHte of bie 3"' wn bnn gcnanntm 
Siitputte ab bejri(^nen. ^ot^ ifl in bei jüngnen iSfiiat^e, uo of 
Änfenpt felttn mit einem äeitbegriffe auftritt, bie Äüdrii^t auf ben 
bt^ngipimtt »erbnnteit, unb eS istrb, toie oft beim fcanj- de, bie 
Zl)iiijt(it sielme^T in ben Serlauf einer ßett uerlegt, fo bag e^ei 
t« Srafle; loonn? beontniDrlft «3irb. 

Vtrioni valoable collectioni of ancient ballad-poetry bave »ppeared 
*f («fc jeorf (Scott, Minitr. I. 83.). ETen my nncle puadi Gwlllym 
MMümee of a mitter nighi (R. Roy 10.). Sbeerbtate iSeflimmungen 
toit of fafe (in lata daya), of oid ((irtoB^nl, glei(^ formerly) berufen 
nf ttinfeiben $rind))e: Such of lote Columbos foand th' American 
>b.T., F. L. S, tllö.). They have been eier of old (Fs. 25, 6.) 
fSftt flgf. fram fmmen vorlda). 

San} entfpn(f)t of bem nTfpTÜnglii^en ©ebraitcbe, obwobl £ei 93ei< 
^ntCung ber abftraften 3'''^'ffiii'ni>i"9 i" tin tonireteä ^auptmort, 
n: Ho« loi^ ii it Bgo (ince thia ceme nnto him? And he laid, Of 
■ eUU (Habe. 9, 21.). 

Itle. Thd ben tanghte tbirto in hire owae contrce ef jouAa (Kaot. 
M*. p. iM.). $Tfibe iabtn bom nnb aince baC alte, of eerbrSngl , wo btt 
lH|n|i»iiBlt bei Seit (^ W^aiM nitb. SM «gf. «etnuii^ üben 



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324 n.X:^ fBnt*v.eat)fIstiiig. Lint^K nBitriflB)is.n.9.A>.6atlc|, 

ftm ISn^ oL BtcMdon Ten B««ziw efDeb««»] af fiam dag» (Sai. Cn. 
919.). Of pam dag« M JiUDe udvanba (aDdvMrdan) dig (Gia. 47, K.\ 
Heö lyfed« mid hrre vere leofen geir o/ Atra fatmihäde (Loc. S, S6.j. [M 
CTÜd he: Q/' eädhäde (Marc. 9, Sl.). XltnOTb. Tan Ungt «^ ^ 
(Oddrfinargritr 19.). ®i}t$. Af anattodehtai gukaftaia punün jih q\cäa 
gktaTids pili (Uabc 10, 6,). 

aRit ber Slaniti' unb 3<it(Hl)n>tnuitg fte^t bie Citatititill> 
(tflitnmung in unmittelbarem S^faitiin^i^eiiStr ^^ nKlttnorbsl 
KuSgt^eB uon einer Duantität anbeutet. Aber ißtlätt ^inau^ju^e^en i^ 
Wtt8 naä) apmrd, npwerdi ber %aU ju fein pftegt. 

I have been yoar m'ih, in tbit obedience, Upwwrd o/ to««Jy jKvt 
(Sbaesp., Henrj TUL 2, 4.). [..depaileä, with apwirdi o/jt/V 
pouadt in tny pocket (Field., J. Andr. 3, 3.). Sophia had been ib. 
■aot □pwarda of tiiret yeart (T. Jon. 4, S.). Dpwai^i qf s imdn^ 
]var« had pasied awa; (Scott, Bride 1.). 

Sitft BnebnutnMift ip jQngtren UilpnntgS, btA notnentti^ b« iratci 1 
emübntni glflm oniilag gebifbct, tsit ft btnn <iu4 in bei !CW of limi' 
lii^ Snf^auung inrütfat^t. 
3. 3u na^tr Serwanbtfi^aft mit ber SorfteDung rSumlic^er Cntfenung 
ftt^en bie mit of angeluDpften Subflanticbegriffe bei Serben fxxti' 
ttber Sebeutung, benen fic^ Einige 'Jbjetli»e anreihen. 
ft) 2}ae (Snalifi^e beft^rSnft ben ®ebrau(^ Bon of (im ©eeenfabe jt 

bem ^u^geren fiom) befenbectf auf tianfitict Setbo, tDel<^ ui 

iUtgermanif(^en neben einem Sttlulatib luoleii^ einen ©enitiuji 

fid) net)men, ben juiDtilen ff^on bie SIteiit ©^ra^e butilb *^ ^ 
einem SafuS erfetjle. S^aju gefellen fit^ romanifitje Serba, td 
beuen baS 3Itfranjbfi[<4e burt^ ein bon de begCeiteteä @ub|laiili> 
meifi einen urfprüng[i(ben Sblati» wtebergab. 

!3>at)in gebärt ber Segrilf berau&en, »eli^ei bielfac^ mobificitt 
auftritt, in Serben tute: bereavt, (reaw), rob, »poU, depriee, rfi^M- 
«MI, Mirip, diotMt, ditarm, thear, eul, gxencA, drai* U. a. 

Thee of thy ton, Alon>o, They kaut bereft (SHaKSF., Tamp. 3, 
S.). Bad jou that craft to reaue her Of wtiat ahould itaid ber 
Boat (All'i Well 5, 3.}. He, th«t perforee robs lioni qf Ikär inA 
(John 1, 1.), Thy new*, friand, roh» nie of breatk (Bdlw., Sieaii 
3, ä.). My ranquiiher, ipoiTd of hit vaimled ipoU (Hllt., P. L 
3, 251.)> It is no vicioui b1ot..That hau depriv'd me (/ |W 
groct (Srarbf., Lear 1, !.)■ Wbat i> iC but the («leaeops of trnlh? 
Wbich ilripg the distance o/ ib pkanletie» (Btr., Dream.). Slr^ 
them of Ueir oijrmcb (Bulw^ Money 1, 4.), Death ..ofkkmtr- 
tal ttiug düarm'd (Milt., P. L. 3, 253.). Tbe kiagXy hoDM Slon 
of ii$ htam* (Bulw., Sichel. 2, !.)■ Whon, poor and blind, Si 
■aw Ihe bleiaed light of beaveD no more, Shor* of hit noble ifnafd 
(LoNar. I. 1^6.). Semiramii . . «ho fint of all e»t men o'U'ftea^ 
To mar their bmrda (Butl., Hnd. 3, 1, Hb.). BMHg thoa fataot'' 
^ kopt (Shakbp., Cymb. 6, ö). 

3>ie ^\t\rt ge^fnnbtn rcmantliW Venia Verben meip bm( Jebt mit At 
bnfttnht, ntli^ mit of «trlauii^t tMTb. Site. And diipo^d him ^ 
hU armet (Aua. 40-i8.). XsI- ScrU Wtfer fitafle ntbmtn btn Oeniti« M 
Cai^rflti. Ne meahta he hl ^ landa benSmaa (Oiioa. 1, 10.^ 0* 
•te hvIbK H »>»» Iwon MAlai t«r«i^itf {Barnim. *.). He A#i I* 



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B. ®ie frlfieftHonttL of. g2ö 

ttth ßa* leMfU heteyrvde (Obdu. SSI.); oigitUi an^ itx Sotfo (Snftrif 

mmtalit) ueitomint. Sie Senmnbruiig bcS @«]iti» in baS Bon of btgIcU 
teb @itbpantiv trifft tnon Fc^on im $aI6f.: He wolde . . re/V me o^ ;^mi 
Ijftie (UjAM. J. 375. ifing. Z:.). He Utu ..£i-r«/d him of Kfite (I. 393. 
ib.); wtra brai ffltniti»: A loeomi Bructei yodw ÜAe/ed (H, 187.). 3m 
nti. nxtbnt icbo^ bitfc Serba ^fiuftg mit btm SRufati» bn So^ ttnb 
bcm SUtib bn $nfen Hibnnbm : ]>iB Iwei kjuget . . bmome fU aide man 
ju Imd (R. OF Gl. L 33.)' It r«M(A Aün eck tAe gtäete at big hert 
(Ceadc, C. T. p. 197. L). H«th «jn lyrtvyd me myn eyt t^hil (ib. 
I6H.) 2)a^ anc^: li bynyauAfro man Au ina« (p, 1S7. I.); fMfftb: 
Hii boo«. . TFor<A ii-noDMn Aym aftcr (P. PcouaHM. p. G3.) unb f<^«I 
^f., tce bei Satin btr ^aTon )um £^cjl flaic ^msortritt: Binimsn ^ 
/me rüile (Lajau. I. IST.). Hia broI>er heo (heom) Am wolds binimen 
(L IS.); fD ani^ im ¥a[|ia: Forr tvhatt Aimm uoii hiu ipecb« uu 
[iDiili Drihhüa oll birafedd (Oiui. S331. cf. 47909. 6331.). 

2>et begriff betrfigcn um OasaS, in met^irfa^ett anobtfitatioiuii, 
grnijt ganj na^c an b«i boiigen. iSaju gt^Sren: AonU fAutt), 
dwot, defrauH, fnuiraie, dist^poöti, btntn man £ilbli($e Suebtfin 
ttie wifM, /oo/ beijä^Ien lann. 

WTut of my cngeaitce am I baalked again? (Plamche, Fortanio 
2, 5.). ITina we 're ia/i'i 0/ our own proper mmy {Bülw., KcbaL 
1, 2.). A sorcerer th&t by bis cnniiing art AafJb cktaltd me o/ fiU 
nlimJ (Shaksp., Temp. ü, 2.). He cAenf* bim o/ a foeed coat, nnd 
bi> binker o^ a bog ofnumty, » jew qf a diamond ring (MoKTAGCnt, 
Lett.). The SerolutioD, which Aoi defraudtd me ofmy tiäea (Bulw., 
iMAy of Lyons 1, 1,). Nor has he btn fnutrattd of tut hopt, or 
ÜK^pointed of hü ead (MinoLETO», Life of Cicero). $o))nUl (inb 
HuÄrÜltt tDte he kas a^ed me o/ my money ; be wm fooltd oflür 
wMty ober out of bis mone/ U. bgt- ni. 

Sic ^ic&er B^agntm Sciba finb gcDgcnt^cifä eun jiJnBenm @ebTau(^t, 
mtiil lomanif^cn Uctti^uns^r unb etinnom jum It^ttl an ftauillfifctt Aon« 
^Rion, mit : II m'a fruitTi de mcB droiu (Aoah,). ^ou/t, balk lägt an 
ben @tamm btt agf. bölc, superbia, inSaii» BDimm bmten, egl. nitbab. 
tnUcD, ^bÖ. balken, ji^icien, brflllen; boi^ fehlen bei altm tnglty(^ Spcai!^ 
bk entfprei^ben gönnen- Sem 6. dieai liegt bafl agf. cedt, circum- 
Tcntio, ju @nmbe. @innBnliMnbtt Seiba tommtn ((^on im $atbf. mit 
of Mt: Hn heo mihWn bUmUcea Karte o/' Aii riehen (Lajam. IlL 160.}. 
te 9g[. nehmen bcdragan, bcdjdcjan, bcsvican bcn Sftuf. b. $erfsR, ItÖ* 
tent aai^ bro @enitin b(t Sac^e: öd hio langang iMtidc eoTdan dräimaa 
km radei (Cjidk. 3547.). 

btficitn, citeic^tein, eittlajten, entlohnen uon dn)a4 
nnb MTVBUbtc Serba ftnbet man mit of fonfhuirt, oblso^l if^ntn 
jntn X^ttC auc^ from ju!ommt. ®. /ron. ^njufü^ren jlnb: rii^ 
äiäver, iigUrn, Miburde», diichargt, aequU, ease, brtak U. bgL in. 

]■ Üiere no plot To rid the realm of ^i» perincioia plot? (Sharsp., 
Bidt. n. ^, 1.). Bis peera will rid him o/ Aü Pw»( (BüLW^ 
KcbeL 2, 1.}. The kieg . . groaDS to bt dtlreefd Of thal too grtat 
8 tiUgiel (1, 1.). Homeward creepa The loaded vain: «hile ligk- 
Uned of itf ckargt, Tbe waio tbnt meet« it paagea awiftly by (Cowp. 
p, 170.). I ditcharge thee of thy pritontr (Shaksp., Much Ado b, 
1.), Pny God he mtj ocgMt him of $tupicvm (II Henrj VI. 3, 
3.). To MM om^vei qf dtcwra «Anuto-OM haät (Jul. Gas. 4, 1.). 

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Cecilia comea , . To eow the world qf cor* (Conobkve, Poonu). 
I had & wish to break thU Mr. Bircb o/ hii witacüd kiAkt (Coor., 
SpT 5.). 

Sei deliver et^t fli^ of natnentlii^, Ucnn i9 mit dülarda t 
wonuD q/" a ekUd (Wbbst.) gleit^^ebeutcnb tft: Lady HmIat «n 
wfely dtüoered tbis moming o/ a toa (Cbathak, Lett. SlO; Ub 
bitfer SuSbiUffStDeifc fd^eint bad eu)}^eimflif(^t bring to hed mit of 
ttad^gf bilbct : I whs bat twenty when I uu brougit to bed of TVaji 
(GoLDSu., She StoopB l.)f UODiit man inbcfyen a\xii) bafl SR^b. 
£tnca Undes Hgen, geligen, btrglcic^tit ttiQg. 

3n siti tHttcmn Scrnc^e gebTauc^t neäf baS SUc' of: p< bnd )« 
ivlld voide qf fiat herine (Lanot. II. 247.). A man of god in-wii 1/ 
aHe rta/le him mai «te« (frri fratttn) {Wbight, Pop. Trrat. p. IJS,). 
That mncho peple lacede of idamßu aore* (P. Ploughk. p. 3i8.). Tbo 
{Uicar«! [hat folk of eore (Alis. 5453.). And axnßyd hun ^ i^ 
tynna (Bicn. C. du L. 1317.). And bringen me cf teo (Wbiqht, Anwd 
p. 7.]. To Umve mankjnde cf bandy (Town. M. p. 227.). $416). To 
clennaenn hire Hnnd lesenn Of f/aU mii*dede (Out. 4101.}. pat Molde.. 
. tdtten his teofue vin«! ^ lieie heore bendet (Lajam. I. 390.). im 
itstßatt fii^ »icbtnim baS afr. de mit bcm agf. »r, loelt^cfl mit Irinnt 
fiafiia tiiitm ©mitist tntltirii$t, »it tr im aitf. 6ei iSjian, bUSiim, (S- 
mean, d/ÖBwan, BoWere, liberare, »otlommt. 3)0^ flt^t Won int Suft- 
not^ lauBjan gtd)66nli(6 af, »it im Äflf. tti abnli^m 8*rt«n of; A#i ö 
0/ ^s (Math. 6 , IS.). Of enlbim hU earfodum hine älyide (Ps. iS, 
G.). He me gahfrde and of eaiUaa mimum earfodam me g^riMi 
(l'g. 33, 4.), Aymuwi flf ladieipe (Cjoh. 2042.). «eBen of UmU 
mä) fnun in Sttr«^ (f. unten), wie miäf bcr Slatiu 1. S. bei Uy>us 
Adkdan. 

uafi^cn, leinigcu, fäubcin cen etwas, cltoNs«, wuk, clor, 
purge, scoicr, bgl. aui^ o6en toqie, beut S^nfif^ au^ aitbere »enunCtt 
$eiba bilblii^ gebraui^t netbett. Sei biefen Serben gc^t fniia 
neben of feit altei ßeit ^ec. 

Cfeonte the atulTd boiom ({f that perüoitt gri^ (S11AB8P., Utcb. 
r>, 3.). Would 1 coald «nuA myaelf of the back (Merry Wir. 3, 
il.). A liule water clean aa if tk» detd (Mach. 2, ä.). Thta 
AoM i cicoiw^ the Geld of »y vortt foe (Lotiar. I. 179.). Tt 
pwge him 0/ Mof ftumoar (Shaisp., Wint. T. 2, 3.). SJoHtta: 
Wtah me ^m mtn« imquitg, and cJMMe me /riHii ny tu (Ps. 51, 
-2.). And viath'd it /rem O« ehtled göre (Scott, L. Mioetr. 3, aj.> 
Thy futher's Charge (hAll eltar theo jVotn Uoi ttain (ßauOlt 
I Henry VI. 4, 5.). And, pnre . . «hall they {onr ■•bes), Pvgtd fnm 
lie drosi of earth, and earthly passion. Mix pale with thine (BnJ 
Sardannp. 5, 1.). 

Site. Tbei shal be dented cleriiche And tBouhea ef für 1 
l'i,ucGHM. p. 39!.). CSanK the q/* thine müdaU (Wkioht, 
p. 91.). That botho.ij/' eoüture, and of malencolye je Jf^rjo yow (Cfciijg 
C. T. 16432.). ^W\. To denruenn ()«33r6 bodis swa Of att fie ioir 
rinne {Oim. 15124. et 1126. 4052. 7835. 9518. ic). pa «w l" 
t)code idanted of Seom-leodt (Lajam. II. 27.). i)at ffitft. UetfWir' 
natfltlii^ purger, eieurer (bgt. bSn. aknrc, [(^totb. aknra) mit bea t 
minbten de. etatt of Um^tt fivmt VEte. He has..iMuA»i u il 
/»^J «3« (TowB. M. p. 288.), Ghiu aa from Ae feynd <p. 10.). 2L 
«0^. MhoH gahnüojHi (teinioeii) mit bem «eniti» (Lac 1, « 



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3 TTm, 2, Sl.); bod^ aiu( mit ^ (2 Cor. 1, 1.), Im bot Vttnnb. ItreiiiM 
(«. riiM, % liDcer) mit V .Mibiubtt Z)a< Hsf. bittet M fl^i^fn 
Sofen of unb (Snfiätr fiam; Ifiveak me clseDnui ^roM mtnwn vumhtnt- 
Houn lianD« ic tcr t>;ue lejlde ri», and ^ f^a itaml^titan $a^de 
sedcmta me (Ps. 50, S.). Ve Keoli>D..Ü«../raiit *^nmim Apitim 
(A.-& Hojm,. n. 99.). fVon ß<m t>e me b«hol«D lynt gteUnua me 
(Pi. IB, 11.). 

^tiltn bOU ttUad: heal, cmre. 

She feit in her body that ihe uot heaUd of tkat plagag (Ma«K. 
5, 29.). Cure her o/ that (Shakbp., Macb. 6, 8.). 

irrte. He tctu kdyd of hU maledye (Chalc, C. T. 3T5S.). Qf Mynd- 
<K> häe thaa me thil day (Town. M. p. 207.). Ther viat he h^yi of 
aOe fiii ICO (ib.). ^Itf. He ahoUdc himm lellf msnTikinn BaUmt ^ 
ümea wunda (Ork. 2S1T.). He com her to laehmn obb O^ aä f>^ 
dapat tmmde (4374.). $D fiOfi tm 1l0f. of bd \>m Sa^ebltflt: He 
gehaMe muiega ge o/' ddliim ga oT iittum, And i)^ ^elum ^dthnn (Lur. 
7, !1. cf. e, 17, Marc. 6, 89.); bw^ wiä) fnun: Vuidon gehaiedt fron 
Acmi unfnMinMnan (Luc C, IG.). Oehaled fron ficere vwtU (l)iu>.t, 
Sm. Gia.). 3ni @at(. tDObcn halU&n sik (Lvt. 6, 18.), leikioon (aflf. 
licnju, leenjan alt(. kchen (Luc. S, 15.) mit bttn ®taiti» bct @a$' 

e^tcIM wrbnnbm; aber f^on ^icr pebt au>4 &f bei bitftm Objcftc ita4 
Kihaijiiui (Lnc 7, 21.) intrfln[. gdhailran {Uaec. 5, 29.). Uebev recoTer 
f. UKiter mitni. 
b) Ontranfitioe Serba, Bettet tDegen i^tet ptiöatititn Sebtutiing 
^t^ SfQSren, flnb: 

fehlen, Berfe^fen, ermongdn, /aj/ o/, fiifft^ieben intton*- 
glB, ba ber mit of anfleffigtt ÄofiiB fK^ ni^t ettoa tiner partltisct 
tnffaffmig fügt, ^t fn^i welfl pnnuenoanbten Strben mit bem ©eni- 
tib ongtgltt^en. 

If bo /ai/ of that. He will have Other meang tO cut ;ou off 
(Shakbp., Ag Yoa Like It 3, 3.). I haiye faSd of half my pur- 
pote (Addis., Cato 3, 7.). They faifd o/ tht old regpect (Coleb., 
Picc 1, 7.). 

Wte. Of Mi hope he «chai t\ow faiki (Ams. a. k»n.. IUI.) SaS 
Ät^ibealifl« afr. (aillir, falir, »am tat fallere, (manqner, ne pas riuisir) i|i 
»it tun de btgftittt. 3lit Ssf. ^attt [>oljan, caiere, maletari, tote fni 
Slt(. Iholün ben ®(niliü btr Saijt, unb (o im Abb. gimangalön, inpenn, 
9qb. miiun, äncD. Httäi ifl bit ^truxnbung Bon of na<^ Tail tn bnn 
6iRn bon be disappoiDtcU itatlldiib. ~ iOlit btm (infac^en Diitttitti\as 
Mburiftn: I will obt fail lata (Shahsi-., Much Ädo 1, 1. er. Tno 
.Genilcm. 4, 3.). Faä not our fetut (Macb. 3, 1.), [(^etnt eS ber Sott' 
Sraftion be« oft. onbtjtii^ntttn 3)atiD ju folgen: Se von» voaire htme fa- 
iw (m. aitft. ?ieb, p. 2.) ntbtn: J"« a vom fali (p. 2.). ©agegen tommt 
&il im actt. in btr Stbeutung bon want, lose, ttntfiiQS mit bem ani 
ittäÜltUitn ObitItBlafnB uor: I wane olde and wanle mj myght, and 
b^ynoe to fayle mj ij/ght (Cov. Mvst. p. 178,). So on a day he fay- 
bd a hoor Ajid begsn to mome (Ms. bei Halliw. v. fayled). Sgl. dbot 

«nfbattn, abloffeii »on et«»«. Um, aUnl, eeate, reif fommtn im 
litt mit of B«: Wold Ihey to me be traw, and Uyn Qf Ihare pride 
and (/ äum lyn (Tonn. H. p. SG.]. Of thmyng blan bothe Mm and 
mjat (p. »&&.). SffiW a whilü ^ grele (p. 226,), 0/ (Aiiir noy»« 
vild tlwi neD« fe« (^hith SAGsa 861B.). Gsoh o/* lAi wroi» (Tows. 
M. p. 227,). (y «wr^^nji tha rlj d»y je •»• (Cot. Mtw. p. 23.). (^ 
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B ILS^ Snt>n.eBtfflaim0. tffift^ nmfOfltmg. IL !D.abi).6atl(|. 

uerkgng I wole tlie tijM itj rt*t (p. SB.). Kt^i^c 9cr6a (aba ha 
Hgf. btn @«littD: P^r t"i ■ • viddra Murma (Anns. 1381.). God od ^n« 
dilg genäe hü veorte* (Gstr. S, 9.}- 33lK bnn'resC cntfpm^cnbt ogt. 
Bni ^t Won frwn, nit imrt jeftt: He yereJts hina on föne seofeain 
dEg/ran eoflon pam veom {Qkf. 2, 8.), Do« a^. «ynüui, obtandu«, 
(onntrt bnd« Im ©i>lb(. m btr SStbnitane Mn cewkre ö«: Fonti {Mtt 
tett fewwdoiiL ]» ahollde newenn iriimfenn (Oim. 128G3.}- 

rinac^^n Mm €i^Iaf( »tib im Sttt. analog (c^otibtlt: (^rmiüi ^ 
riapa aaoe (Äs-a. 35S.). S9I. fluij: Chip arit 0/ tlemAe (Wbiqkt, 
Anecd. p. 91.). *alb(. pa ho atme 0/ ilape (Lajam. HI. li.); »ic 
ertDeden: J^ewA** heom o/ilgio (I. 84.). Sgl- P* ^'^e Phir» «f 
»tejie (Gek. 41, 7.). 6. /rom. 

mflbt feilt «ntr ©ac^r, *>re, aetrry. 

„ThoQ ha»t not äreif yet of th; poor Adeline?" — „Aj wall 
ntight the inmts meary 0/ paradüe," (Bdlw. , Biond 3 , 3.) (- 

unten c. 

\\ä) ^ütcn bor, »offli bie germ beware (cfonbna im SttUfttf 
tie nnb im SnftnitiD in @ebrau($ tfl ^at im Ulte. ^ufifi« be 
wäre »gl. aj)f. beo vär (Gen. 24, 6.) unb tiic bcfctttBc Vtaton ^c 
fer Strbalform unler^öQtn bie %nfii^t, bag ^ici eine SiartORbin- 
bnng borliegt, totli^t ber Strtn(i))fung begone ä^rrli^ i{t. SSit fiif 
ben b«wai« ^ufig mit einem bon of begleiteten C6j;efte. 

Baeare of Bratu* (SiU£SF., Jiil. Cu. 2, 8.). Bnoor« o/ entnmee 
U> B qa&rnt (Harn). 1, 3.)- Btware of Am, and obey hü Toicc, 
provoke bim not (Ezod. 24, 1.). Bncore of tsmdt atUnpb (Bdlw^ 
Bienzi I, 5.). 2lane6en fle^t atleibingd oft ber einfalle flafid'- 
Beaea-t the ida of Morch (Shasbp., Jul Cea. 1, 2.). Bewirt Ikd 
man (Lonof. 1. 152.}. You bsve flhann'd the Bword — beware Ikt au 
(BuLw., Bichel. 1, 1.); aad) in bei SSebeutung ptcn, in V4t 
nehmen: Priest, baoare your beard, I meaa to tag it (Shaesf., I 
Henry VI. 1, 3,). 

3n ber alten Sipiac^ uhb ^gcua^t »erben unb ft^ (fiten ifa^ 
(ic^ bunj bo.irar (yw«r) oaeatbrflrft: per qf n<u not )ie king mar {Ä. 
or Gl. I. fiS.). pe kyng aat if htm ymar (1. 88.). Wbj Dolden be 
be aar Of Ihe bataile ot Donbw? (Wotqhi, Pop. Songi p. 213.) (wIH 
pa Orickei luoren nohl viarre of htore idwuid« (LijAn. L 23.) 3Ä 
gcrm bowaro finbd mort ((jattr: J«uAo« of olhi» for dowte of pejB 
(Cov. Mtst. p. 61.). Somtyme to fall another tyme to ievor« (SBCtna 
I. 804.). 3n btt «tbeutung [i* ^Üten (onimt afet au^ boB iHMi- 
flthie unb ttPipM CerB wäre »or: Erery nianner »eculer. .vor« Ajp» 
fro lynne (P. Plouckk. p. 170.) Ware if Ihe luard (Seki.tor L JI-). 
ITa« 5^ (ftiK terenehe ([, 24.). War« yot, I rede yon, of Foitai« 
dowble e<ut(l. 26.), tntfptei^b beut ogf. »atian, aicGre, carere, bon ei« 
beTaijan jut Stitt |t(^t. Da« aus Ben Jonion in Bagn«, .®r. p. ISS. 
anat^^ttt He bewara to act fBunte alt ba« bem Sgf. entfpn^enbe <eif 
poptum anaefe^ tDcrben, »enn ^^ bte gorm out alten ei^rtftpdcn 
belegen liegt. SXiS aas Skinner angc^brte bewared = ipended, expended, 
betmag iä) niäH )u Benil^iCen. 8uf {eben gall »irb aber bevare bt bn 
neueren Bpra^t att cht elnlee« gcitnort bc^anbelt, tttUftt, wenagltnit 
befeftib, bem allen wäre gleic^ftc^t. 

genefen, fi^ erboten uon etWaS, rteoetr, atiö)t9 aud) ttaf 

Sitio unb tcflefib geHrout^t uirb, fyittt frfi^er, tste uo^ je^ gnttci' 
en, of i>ei fl4 omo^ ^nflger from. 

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Th» nun reeoott^d ofike bäe, Th« dog it waa th»t died (Goldsii., 
Tic. IT.) ntbtn: Bot ^et aht lived — and all to loon Reeover'd 
Jnm tiiat death-Uke nootm (Btr., Paris. 14.). 

Site. Tho be rtcouertd of hü twotee (Rich. C. ns L. 43S.), 3)at 
Ifr. getTOK^t t9cn»Ter, lecorrei (tat rocnperare) intranftttB »i( tran(itil). 
2)i( lonpinttün mit of (fliegt fit^ an bic Wn beal (f. ab.) natfitli«^ «n. 
3)al fimumiMtibte tn^b. g«ne*eti i)at bat iScnitie, tDit^^b »of. g«iie- 
an bin^ ben ailufattb bti« Utbel bcjtii^iut, vsn bcm bic Odufinm 
ibn Qcfctiiing fiatt fltibet. 

jbittfcin, »eTjtoetfeln an ttioad, doubt, detpatr. 

1 d-yulil not., of mir victory (Shusf., HI Henry VI. 1, 2.) (f. 
Ata ®. 180.). Despming of his own am'! forUtude (I Hemy VI. 
2,'l.). Spent, orerpower'd, deipairing of nteotn (Addis., Cato 4, 
4.]. I don't deipair of tuoeeedi^ (Golmh., G. Nat. M. 1.). 

Detpair ift bem attfl. dcsperer, nfc. d^iesp^rer, ttdC^ de bti fl^ 
^, mtalog bt^onbtlt ttwtbcu, ttit doubt btm afi. dater, dotei f^iSItc 

c}VbjtItiee t>rii»tietr iBfbeiitunfl entftnu^nt Sßabm btr genonii' 
tmftct 

lett, iaax, tlog n. bg[. ämpty, bort, harren, naked, void, devoid, 
dettitiile, btmkrapt, icaal U. d. 

Smpig of all good (Milt., V. L. 11, 616.). Dettitutt and hart 
Ctf aU their tnrtae (9, 1062.). Ä pageant acoplie . . Barm cf 
pover (BowB, J. Shorä 3, 1,). Theie are harren of thal btrlh di- 
vme (Yovtta, N. Th. 5, 561.). Naked of friendi (Dktdjch). Faith 
not ooid of vork» (Milt., F. L. 12, 427.). Her life ii»ji..det>oid 
'f pibf (SoAKSP., Tit. Andr. 5, 3.). Liatening it can hardly be 
olled in one lo deoaid of hearing (Whytx Melvillb, Digby Gnnd 
1.). That it maj show me what a face I bave, Since it is 6iini- 
npt of hü majetty (Sbaesp., Kicli. II. 4, 1.). Yet loani offriends 
TlMBrnea «haU be (Scott, Lord of the Id. 3, 31,). ©tltot tritt 
&om an bic @tcllc bon of: Void and empiy From onjr dratn of 
mmty {Shakbf-, Merch. ofV.4, 1.). — 3>ie SotfttHnng biB SSan- 
gtl^aften, ntc^t SnStti^tnben, Jßettürjttn mag oiv^ 
btm Segrifft lurj, ahori, bie fton^uftion mit of gtgcben ^aBeu: 
TIm conntry ig altogether thott of foxea (Tboixopb, Framl. Far- 
WD 1, 13.). That ir« eomt tkart of ovr t»ppo»a so far (Shausf., 
TroiL a. Crera. 1, 3.). We..la}' tbat oigbt at an inn od the 
rotd, ftbont tan milea thort of lAt ftwn where I iras to Tflnuüa 
(SKOLifr, Bod. Band. 5.). In fin^ng tbat hi> actoal knowledg« 
did not fall very mwih thort of Aal wbicb he asferted himielf to 
fKMMu (Scott, B. Jtoy 24.). 

. «tt Naigd cf hyde (Skklto» I. 18.). ffifl» SKtttet|ei?b. B*"»"^* 
bar, USz, naeket oft mit btni Otuitib bn &a^t. teJl^rcnl) im Sef. 
tmeUg, OtMÜg, bär, bar, tdtl, naeod geufi^nlit^ K^VK ttxitm St^' 
mtiM onftcftoi, »it ba( attfr. ixät, void. — gflr thort i^ lein anruft 
bai^ a^. teort gt^otttl. Sud^ btc ftonj. Hidbrfldt rester, demenrar coort, 
tiit ba< 3>(iitf^ )it tnr) lemmtn, titiann bie Sonltntltion mit of niift. 
SOt Snbisbnigtn von comt mit de in tue conrt d'argsnt, de memoire 
B. bcjL atbtn bcm de diu oBbtit 9t]ie(ims. 

ftei, ItHi. tein, \i6)tx,frf, Hd, (dg- ^Oltidti) juit, einm, 



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230 ii-Xt- VätTt-u.eatit&aKoa- i.lOffln. ffintfägtrae. n. O. ot«. eotttf. 

eltta-, pur*, leeurt a. bgl. ä3ci biefen i|l, Die (ci bta eiitf)n;«i|a> 
ben Verbot, mtiß from ängebntnaett. 

HeavsD make Ihee /ree c^ •< (Shakbp., Eaml. 5, 3. cf. Htm; 
VUI. 2, 4.). We were rid of a gueat from <iThom I had mnch to 
fear (Gof.i>a>i,, Vic. 13.). Of tidt eontradicUott yon itull now ht 
qiüt (Shaksp-, Cymb. 5, 4.)< The beaoin thot muit sweep th« 
COUrt cUaa of such ßUh as thou ut (II Umtj VI, 4, 7.)- Let na 
be t-I«fr o/ thee (Twclfth K. 4, 1.). Wfaen I had got ekv if iki 
eüy (FiELD., T. Jon, », 12.). Part af mful Vioughl (Milt, P. L. 
8, 50ü.). Secitre of karm (4, 791.), ICagegen; Prtt frm» wen 
or misbegotten bäte (Shakbp., Rieb. II. 1, 1.}. Free Jro» ttr^t 
(5, 6.), Oon früm tke purpoie (Jul. Cm, 1, 3.). Ctrar >» 
ft-toMn ([[ Henr? VI. 3, 1.). Mild Chuit;'« glow, To u morttli 
balow, Shows tha ioal front barbarity ciear (Bte., Tbe Tear). I 
rast »ec«re //wa fbne aod fraud (Skaksp., II Henrj VI, 4, 4). 

^^ IKTbcn äbjtltiM bicftr Sit mit of Wrhtnbcn; The king Um 
thojte quU of ai ü f<m (R. or Gl., II. 5S2.), {lalbf. 0/ nnne yVe (Okl 
1GS18.). Clf ^ttdUD (iiV and /r« (SOlfi.). Ohne off time (ßl7\. d. 
4233. 4T0e. 4707.). WiastD {utC jho e^en« waas 0/ oSe mann (19SS.1. 
Pu icalt «aide dmu . . of aäe fiine nütdede (Lijah. III. 290.}; bci( u4 
mit frai JVfl /'ra woorelldttiiigess lunfe» (Orv, 29Ge,). Fre JVa rän- 
^ gredisiMie (2974.). AU libV /ra [4 dcofeU (12194.). Sm tgl- 
ße^t bcT @(niti»: pat hire mägdhid aAon gehvyteti.. elame gättMc 
fJuLiiSA 30.). Sßendra ledi (C-biim. 89.). FiUne* dane, leaAtra käu 
(Jdi.una 66S.). fM, frl, ftig, liber, iagenniu, f^dllt Ilt^t mit tom 
SafuS WTdinbcn )u uxibttL Sie XDinattifi^n qnic, pur« ft^litgtii fi^ ht 
finifirnTtwii i»n quitte, pure mit de an, 

^eil, gcfnnb, Khole. 

Be Kkolt of My plagt* (Mark, 5, 34,). 

Bs(. Ben of /nftum häi (ib.). (Bct^ ^ai* Aotla 4^ ^himm tiaia fH- 
f>a»»w> (ib.). 

milbe, flbcTbtfiffig, wtary, amtarf. 

I am vearj of thit Charge (Shaksp,, Tim. of Atb. 3, 4.). FFw} 
of (HU- duäy J0>f (Cowp, p 102.). JoDea boing leenry of toliloqf 
(Fiel»., T. Jon. 12, 3.). I am all meay of mg Itfe (TufNii. 

p. an.). 

Vllc. I weex vierg <^ ihe worid (P. Plolo&k. p. 969.]. 3m (<It{- 
Weri of lorjen and »eoc (Lajam. III, 121.) [(Jtint of, btm Unifrai wUli 
obn from bfi bieftm abjcfti» (nlFpio^cnb, ;ut Scjci^nnng bei ®rtiitb(l 
ju bitnen, 3m Ägf, nimmt verig bm ©tnitib jn fl(6: Vtrig ^ 
vtoree» (Con. Exoj>. 486, 32.)- $it^ B'^ärt flutt ba< altt o-aoi, (i(. 
fatt: &«Id« wBi he glad That nerer nei a-tod of nylhe ant ^ tnA 
(Whiust, PoUt. Songa p. 212.). Of me hne i> o-niil OVanniT a. Hu- 
1.1W., Reliq. Ant. I, 122.), Qalb(, Cbitdric.ii «lui qf nun« fand« (üjui. 
n. 460.). tisf. VSrig, v^ (Oii (En«, 204, 20.). 

BtCjtDeiftlt, ecigagt, desperate. 

I am detperab: of mg farlmtf (Shaksp., Olh. 3, 3.). Sjl- 

Sinc grogc ati)<4( ucgottn« abjcftiw tttrb tm englil^n ntlt of Bef 
blttibni, bntn cntetgnietft^c afjlrmathe Sannai tbcnfnlli of 6ct m 
^tttt, mindlaai, mindfol ; incapable, c^atde >C 2>tf SftatiB ttt Odnn' 
(^ Mit of litgt bei i&titti ni^l in bm ntgatibni SJtftent^cilt bcr fSIf 
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49ri ann aabent Slei^ ^»h Stxiaibtsd^tn, totiä)t auf ba^ rAumlt^t 

So^ei? bei bei Jtottßtuhfon mit of juiüdgt^f, tritt nit^l fotuobl bie 

Ssrflclliins bc« Sbgcbend uitb ber Sntfemnno ald bis be« $>ti« 

fummenS unb ÄnSgeptnfl in btn Sorbcrgruub. 

■) e« finb }un5[^fl traiifitibe a3ecba, twl^e ben SKufatiu ber @ai^e 

in fi(^ nehmen, bei bentn bte $er[Dn, bon toelc^er bit @a(^c ^«' 

»mmt, mit of ang(fnü|}ft tutrb. ^idfat^ bnü^rt ff<4 micbtr o/tnil 

//DM, iDoju bit jflngere ©fira^e Überbau))! m^r hinneigt, namtnt' 

(id) bann, toenn an bie ©tttle ber '$tr\cn eine ©a<^e tritt. %uit 

■ trifft of tne^rfa(^ mit btm l^ier Beralteten at jufammen. 

^ie begrifft f)aben, bcfommen, emf»fangen, tntte^nen, 
tmf en bon • . Aatv, hold, reeewe, gtt, gatker, tarn, toiii, obtain, b»y, 
iornne B. bßt m. 

My boon ia tbat thi* gentlemBn ou]' render, Of wkom he kad 
Um ring (Skaksf., Cymb. Ö, Ö.). Ingrate, he had o^ m« Alt be 
conld b«ve (Hilt., F. L. 3, 07.). Ti^e Hgain Fram thia m; band 
M koldiuff of Ihe pope, Yodt loreraigii greitaeaa (Sbaksp,, John 5, 
I.). A loan of Und or »n estate in traat to bt keld of the prmoe 
or lord (Smart t. fee). Aa wheo the total kind Of birda . . Cime 
MunmoD'd over Eden to nceive TheiT namea of thte (Milt., P, L. 
6, T3.)- Nothing could be more lively than Ihe impression whieh 
I Ttttined of thü imagmary gcene (Scott, K. Roy 39.), What be 
gtlt more of her tban iharp word«, let it lie on lay head (Shaksp., 
Meny W. 2, 1.). Of Um O gather'd honotir, WTiicb he to leek of 
ae again, perforce, BebOTea me keop at ntterance (Cymb. 3, 1.). 
Td tof* ft deorer eatimation of them (Coriol, 3, 3.). What I havo 
loft to-daj at bonia, Fll am to-night of kirn (Cymb. "2, 1.). Of 
nt JOD ahall not tm' renown (Tenhys. p. 126.)- If anatrorable 
lüle I can abimn Of my celeatial patroneas (Milt., P. L. 9, 20.). 
It ia a precioaa powder that I boagkt Of an Ilalim (Marl., Jew 
of M. 3, 4.). Fotiphar . . iow7U him of the hands of tbe Ishmee- 
lites (Geh. 39, 1.). I could weep, would weeplng do nie good. 
And nerer borrow any tear of thee (Shakhp., Rieb, IL 3, 4.). 
Etctj womao ahall borrow of her nrighbtmr . . jewels of eilver (Exon. 
3, 22.). Borroumg of the laiter hiB morion (Bdlw., Sienzi 2, 8.). 

— 3Xan iKigleid^e bamit btn Stfa^ bee of buri^ fram: I küd it 

tU froM Kit own imaat; I coa gel anythiag fivm tkai quarttr 
(GOLD^., G. Nat 11 2.). She had that ring from me (Lokof. I. 
I7S.), Yodt contmendationB . . ^«t ^tn her teari (Shakbp., AU'a 
Wttl 1, 1.). FoTgstfiil what from km I atill rceeio'd (Milt., F. 
L i, 54.). They say . . that one may gatker aense from fooU 
(Scott, R. Boy 12.). Thou.-boBt pat thyielf Upoa thia ialand 
ai a (py, to »m it Ftom me (Shakbp., Temp. 1, 2.), Vary little 
wat obtained/rom London (Hacaul., B. of E. IL 114.). loferior 
ejrei Tbat borrou) their behsTioors .^om Me grtat (Seaksf., John 
5. 1.). 

Ht ÜtCK &iftt^ Mt of MI, cbbwtl firom {n dnjdtttn giUtai f(t» 
in Sgl. eoTTrannt. flttt. Alle hi hi^betA liji ^ Air« (Wbioht, Pop. 
TnU. p. 183.). And ich mü hav« belp of t/ie (Anecd. p. 6.}. Oele a 
■cm qf kw» mmA (P. Flodohh. p. IB.). To Iby graryog thi» mji 

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<jf me £wati« the tylle (Towa. M. p. ISS.). Of lAam. tao gem» thn 

DO gTsee (p. 190.). Y kave , , £onniied of Ihe Iiotyn autour {Aul 
2201.). Yit hoToed I ceter a farthyng 0/ hym (Towk, M. p, 10.). 2)41 
C- hold wirb frtSc aui^ inttanjlliB mit of fonfhuirt ; btt Suftnid ifi hm 

üt^nid^te enÜttltt: I hoU of none but joa (TowN, M. p. 67,). müA/ 
lot. De rege Iment caateUum (Duc*nqk t. tenerc). ^artf,: We,.*(ii- 
htoA an irihte of ure orcAe-^epe [buicope] (Lajau. Hl. 193.). 3)iil 
Hgf. ^nt of ttnb Irtim: St& Bvä he ]>&( yfel o^ Pan tnennücum ^«tinnai 
widerfing , ^ undet/S he edc Bvfc \ii% vile /nm ^mn uppHam dtnim 
(A.-S. BoNii.. 11. 336.). Gif ve g^d undei/^fni o/ godet haada (Jm 
i. EUm. 5, 25.). Gif t"i Ted nime of lAmua nahitan (Ezod. 3, SS.). 
Z)cv UntcTfc^ieb »on of utib fram tiitt Bftn flai (ernn, j. 8. in: Sinai 
tÄt pund/ram Aim (Luc. 19, 24.), UM e9 fwl^ ni<!^t um erapfanätn, 
ionbtm tttgnt(m(tt ^anbelt. !Iui$ b. ®ct^. ^at a/ bei Beiaen: J/ 
^ £nui(in (Matth. 5, 42.), — Stlbtfftn ijl })XtX taiH) at »on iänflfltB 
1St'brani}t: iitt. At the lady the iptg he hate (Sedth Sageb 310!.). 
Ac mete no drink no ^a< he non Noither ot niän no wiue (Aau i. 
Ami.. 1742.). ßaltif. Annd «oUde %7«™ ■ ■ -^^ i'''*^ ■ - 0°^ "^^ (i^"- 
16054. cf. 18336.). agf. il'f Anaoi ntmod c^ngM gafol idde toBi 
(Uath. 17, 25. cf. Gen. 42, 36.). And or/ing poUiiiai at Johamt 
papaii (Sil. Gas. 1026.). pät he bohte Ol Eiha tutuim (Oek. 25, 10.). 
pam t>e vyUo ä( ^ iorjoaii (Math. 5, 42.). So wrfS&rt baB aittoit. 
bei (int>fang(n, Ct^alttn: Piggia..at GudHinu gnadda (Atlut. 
33.)- UcbcT bjc »ejtc bi([n ^Tatioritii"! in fi^nlit^n Sejic^img im Sex. 
[. b. ft5)»f. at, 

dn SJeilinbung mit Su^flantiben icic 'fotv, advantage, tengemtt, 
an ooU IC. nimmt au^ fmte no(^ tte ^räpofltion of ju {ii^. 

I tali mg leave of you (Siunap., Meas. f. Meu. 1, 5.}, U; 
uQcle . . (oHn^ advaalage of Ihe confvsion, feil npon them bolh 
(Dickens, Pickw. 2, UO.). 1 late an oalh of him etc. ÄuBJjmÖ* 
Beifen biefo: Art unterfc^eiben fit^ Bon aSettinbungtn Jo'ie take hold, 
sotice, meaeure u. bgl., toorin fcoS ©utflantiö jum SHotiU brt of 
niTb: The youth (ooi AoM of tag Aand (Stskne, Tr. Shsndj 6, 
6,). Neither of tham took any mor« nolice <ff Aim thon irlii»p«riiig 
to each other (Dickens, Pick«. 2, 20.). My uncle . , todt nek « 
accureie meagure of him (ib,). 

Jllle. I toke my Uve of the quene (Ipoutd. 2135.). Then irjÜB Ooi 
vengance take Of Ihe and qf alle Öiyn (Tuwn. M. p. 60.). Sri Mb 
veogeancfl (wrake) teirb of, wit in i'iXi^tm 3tit, au^ mit on, upoit, BB» 
tanfi^t: God ..onlhi warkeM take virake (Tuwn. M. p. 6L.). Hu<( imitt 
-o/ burt^ at nfe^: Be &>s£ leve at hem yikone (Bicn. G. sk L. BG7. c£ 
Jfomyd. 745.). 3ra ©olbf. tiiflt man of üJÜi at iä takea : ^ |id Kim 
tahenn «illt 0/ fiUe luejjenn &r«j6re (Oax. 14470.). — Annd te bint to- 
keim bime alt himm (4834.). Foir (o lakenn hak Ott hinan (5i;S.), in 
Unterfi^icbt »ra fra. Drihblin takelt itt /ra m« (4S20.). 3m Sgf. i|l 
lacao , aoioera, ni^t tten \fi.u% ; bafltßtn taka im Ältnortifi^ fa b«r(B 
eebMitung gc^autilii^. 

Siie alte ©ijrotSe pflfBt oudl hart bom SBonnt unb conenv« Den bft 
Ci;au in bei 8eb(utuns [(in ftinb) (aben, belommen con iemanb mit 
of )U fonltniiicn. (alBf. Of Ignogen hii qoens he h^d« [ireo hui 
jcene (Las*". 1- 89.). »Ite. Sha hat amceyfed a »on in eMe, Qf Z*- 
earg (Town. M. p, 75.). Sit ncuCTC @fiTa(^ gebiaiK^t bj: He had wo 
KHii &y A<r (Lewu, Q. I. 8,). My lady*» womb II it eoniMw'd * mal« 
düld by aw (Suut., Henr; VUL 2, 4.). ^ Laju&on bietet Ut tl» 



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gm Xcft iw bn angcfO^tti @ttl(e: £i IgnogcD . . he htffde ^to bodmi 
»it Igt. pa leealt euda d^an ba hr§de ßnre (Cxdh. 2320.). pft h«ö - 
m magotimbTe he AhrahoMe edeea vorden (J230.). 

Sie Sl^tigfeitSbigriffe etrlangcn, btgt^ten, eirtDarten, 
ttfiagen n. ä^ntiqt, ttic **j, wmtf, -craee, desire, mfreo/, n^KtrE, 
r(9»f*i, txpeet, tetk, aak, demand, enquirt ii. laflen of btitn ^«fo« 
UllDtieitC JIL 

Beg mercy^ ^ the iMe ^haksf., Mercb. of V. 4, 1.). He 
btjgtd ef her to allow bim to pUee » couple of planks across the 
itraun (Whttb Mslville, DJgby Grand I.). Wbat do you toanf 
0/ Podre HypoUto? (Lonof. I. 145.) You wmt something of me? 
^ULw^ Uoney 1, 2.). The tord nia;or oraeea ajd of yow Aorow 
(Shaisf., II Henry VI. 4, 6.). I desire of yo* A conduct over 
lud (Cymb. 3 , ö.}. I muBt aUrtal of you some of that money 
(Tvelfth N. 3, 4.). I am certain it ig all tfaat it requind tff m« 
(CoDF., Spy 8.). Tbe point we would requett of you (Sbkrid., 
Bit. 1 , 2.). That ü more than I exptettd of you (Scott , Brid« 
I.). Who *ee*t for better of tkee (Shahhp., Tim. of Ath. 4, ».)• 
He aiied life of Uiee (Fe. 21, 4.). I demand of you, anhaDd me, 
BT (Shebid. Knowlis, Hunchb. 1 , 1.). We demand Gibraltar of 
fM (Cabl., Fred, the Gr. 6, 1.). Accordiag to the time whkh he 
^ad diligently enguired of Ihe wite men (Matth. 2, 16.). ^tbm 
of f^t from: My son . . came to tut a bleflsing/hmi me (Golub«., 
Vit. 3.). I know the wretch who dare» demand From Giaffir thy 
«Inclaot band (Byb,, Bride 12.). 

«Ite. Bidde ^ me what fK)a weit (R. uf Gl. I. 115.). Ee hoA tf 
Aem aQ that he wolde (Ai.ii. 1459.}. God aiked of hym OF whom 
•pik the lettre (P, FLoncHu. p. 18.). Better it were that thy children 
azm of thy perione thiogei that been needfol to hem (Ciudc. , C. T. 
p. lii II.). I xnlde lathec of tht have toughl Boly baptym, thsn Ihoa 
^ tu (Cov, Mist, p, 201,). The ttute» . . Of ihem demanded anii atked 
bj the kjDge (SsEi.'njN 1. 9.). Sk« SQtft. git t(dl»d(e de aatfy SnGen 
bufa Vit 3)aC Sgf- bittet bagigcn, neben anbntn abUKttttnbnt Son* 
IbsftuBat, tti bitten, tTfiagen bü fiSfiDfhiDn /mm: Ic bäd /tom 
Mnae (Fa. 31, 4.). After ^re tMe l» he geäaode fram päia tungel- 
rit^ioN (Uath. 2, 16.). 3mVHt. fx^t oft at bei fiagtn: Heo atchede 
Ol Oormeue (R. of Gi,. I. 16.). He aikyd ai all ihe roiUe, Gyff ony 
lonM com and pTore A conre (Rick. C. de L. 4T0.). Owre lord the 
krag lend hn» heder . . The »olhe at yovi to frayn (Sm Amad. SOG.). At 
ertBtt fH an< bes Ceifpielen ba »orietR »ie b« folgenben »ri^t Bon 
Oectalbegiiffen. 

^iven, lernen, eifa^ren twn icmanb (bitri^ jemanb) ite^men 
a/ mtb "ooA nttfi^iebenere from ju fl^- 

All thioga that I haue heard of tny FMer, I have made known 
onto yoa (Johm 15, 15.). The truth irhich I have heard of Qoä 
(B, 40.). Yonr eonaea may learne to mla of you (Ferrex a. Porb. 
i. S.). To t«ach all natioas »hat of kirn they leam'd (MtLT., F, 
L. l'i, 440.). — la expectatjon of kearing farther from you upon 
tbe inbjeet of your atay at coUege (Chathau, Lett. 13.). I Uam 
fivm Riehard Lytieüon that we may have ttko pleaaure of meeting 
MM» (17.); t^nt ©at^D^itH: Sbidl thy Folly Lear from ikeef (Gay, 
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dm 9(le. gt^t ttttni of et ^n : Allo piogiM wh&t euer 1 htrde cf mj 
fadir, I hane made knowen to jou [Wjclttfe, Joh. 15, 16.}. Wher oon 
Uwe dcmeli a man, no bat (inte it haue Acnfe ij^ Ajnn, and konwa «hat 
he doit> (7, 51.). Bot thaj o/Aün it leere (Ckaüc, C. T. liSSS.). (dS(. 
Of [luseTe uncnde talen fw hei> iAerden (j/" ^on enouen (LaIjik. li. 
239.}. Ich wolJe twiten ieI f>e..to yrhaa fni tocae wall« ten (L S89.). 
To Uomenn laxe all Somit Johan (Oiin. 9309.). Ltrmtfifi oJ ■« )>itt 
icc amm wm (4970.). 3ii bei Stelle Lajudo»'* fevtd bn jftngmZiit: 
Ich woldo ifüen of ^ wliat tockne Jiis mü faeo. S)a« Ägl- jili|l ajM: 
pä J>ing |ie ic gehonte St rnfnum Fäder (Joh. IS, 15.). Leonyai li 
me (Math. 11, 'i9.). 330$ Uitb an4 of Bcbtani^t: [A >b "= g*M"f> ^ 
Oode (Joh. 8, 40.}. Sa« l3IM^. Hcbmbrt hau^an mit (K, bo^ aii4 ■>'■< 
frmn in b. Ott. 8811 »Bf» (Job. 7, 61. 8, 38. 40.). 
b) 3nttanfittt>c Ser^a mit of, mi6)e fl<$ an bit SotfleKtma M 

®c5itt ^inübtr^eiftn, flnb bic ^egiiffc f}tx fein, ^trftamtntn, 
tntf|>ringen, fei eS con einer ißetfon Dbtr ®a^ 

Ba^in flnb Ctrta ju rei^nen, vi\t be,' come, dtKfd, tpraf 
u. bgl. m. 

Whom thou fly'it, ^ Ain tboa ort (Hilt., F. L. 4. 482.}. Tbe 
word Bear-baitiitg h camal and of,mait'* erealmtf (Bdtl., Hud. t, 
1 , 805.). thfl wine . . trat of her <nm moifiy (E^u. , J. Audi. 

3, 4.). If it bt of God, hia will be done (LoKcr. II. 37.)- Aj, 
thia coraet of her reading! (Shesid., Bit. 1, 3.) Of noble ratt the 
I>adye enn«, Uer father vxu a clerk of fame, Of Belkme't te of 
Picardie (Scott, L. Büoatr. 1,11.). Äs heir geaeral, being it»- 
eended Of Blühäd (Shaksp., Uearj V. I, 3). WMat Uoek Ix 
tpring* ^ (Coriol. S, S.). Of good •tili good jirocMcif (Milt., F- 
L. 9, 973.). 

Kndbrfide nie Thera'* do duager of the tnhUe $laceM, thejll Mt 
atir (Southern, Oroon. 2, 3.) (finnm ^ie^et gcjogen necbeit, !!# 
lenb in: A madaeaa, of which bis life'i in danger (Sbaksf.) CfB^ 

4, 3.) bie Raufalitöt etitf^iebeit ^ingeltcIU ifl- Ser Unteift^ieb liegt 
in ber tne^r otrn tsenigei: feßse^altenen 6itblt(^en Huffaffong. 

Sei ben angefS^rten Sterben neigt fi^l bie ^praüft bidfii^ ^ 
$r5)H!fitit)n ^om ju, »eld^e i^nen (onf) jufommt, uo e4 fl<^ nn 
tein Srtli^e SBe^ie^ungen ^anbclt: Her father was deteaidedfn»^ 
Teutonie knighu (Kavauagh, Fr. Wom. of Lett 18.). Äccept tb« 
title thou uiurp'ot, Of benefit procudixg fram onr üay (SbiiVi 
I Henry VI. 5, 4.). Seron fair branche« Mprimsing from <mt nd 
(Rieh. II. 1, 2.). Her inflaeace, and much of bar celabrit;, f^ 
fron two tourcet (KAV.4NAaH, Fr. Wom. of Lett. 2.). 

Site. Be Khal knowe of ^e techjng wher h« be tf god (Wicltr^ 
Job. 7 , 17.). Pol ^ tiA wu of fi« kgtuU of Tnna, t ^ fit B^ 
ycome (B. of Gl. I. 46.). per schul kynges am« & ipring« qf fi *W 
(I. 15.). No ichallow wrUhthe thy lord geiiti Of Ay» t* thyn •t***^ 
ment (Ai.in. 3369.). Qf tovd Kf eomuth eovel tjnäjag [T5S.). ^tOi: 
Hif kDD pe U Bf ieumen hvm n.j,z*«. I. 14. cf. 10.). IGn d*« <l 
uon wa beop i-ipronge (IL SS2 Jflng. X-). Hgl. Of Otata fn oMm y | 
don Cantvare and Vthtuctan (Bbda 4B3, St.). BMtiMnri yt <f m^\ 
man (Ev. Nic^d, 9.}. Ünun nchoman aysut m11 hli utigMi q^ V^ *^i 



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^ Ttr iticgmd (DuKTH. Sl, II.). 0/ fiSm bT&d blmlo bealr« g^«i)eM 
iprjflam oagannoD (Csdh. 991.). 

Bit aibit ©frocit (int^tiSt aaÜ) depend mit o^.- Yoor wonfajp 4a- 
foided of hit exceUenee (Shki.to.1 H 8.), bic tuaat mtt an, upon; boS 
abjcftb independenf ^ bagcgnt ttoi^ oC Iti ^. SgC fr. d^pendre 
de.. 

&-Xitf btm tdufaUn ®eiittt im engeren €inne fommt eiitttfdtfl 

hr Ut^eber, anbeittfeits bei ©tunb unb bic Uifai^c in $dra6t. 

ffie ilf bie ^tfo« übet ©a<^t im laufaleu SJer^ältnin« erfc^einen ISgt, 

iträ^rt e« ji^ mit fty, MronjS unb /rom. 

•) H« Ut^efcer, b. ti. bie ^eifon (ober ba8 fetfoniftcirte iESefen, 
Mien eine @a(^e) von neli^eT bie X^ätigleit aue^e^t, toiib nix^ im 
iRtuenglif^en ^fig mit of an $affiva fiefügt, mä^renb im SQ- 
geteilten in bcr neueren ®pta^e by biefe SteUe einnimmt. Xdi^ 
Sat 0/ an feinem a[ten @cbiete beTtoren unb ^at fic^ ^efonberS ba 
eisten, too ber im Sa^e enthaltene jt^Sligleiidtiegiitf ni(^t eine 
ftnnfäHigt, äugertii^e SinuirluRg auf bad babur^ betri>ffene Objeft 
Borauäfegt. ^eSbatb finbet 6ei ber SnUenbung Don of unb iy in 
Seibinbnng mit vofjioen eint setuiffe Analogie mit beni fian). dt 
unb par flatt. <Sine fefle Sbgrcnjung bed @eeraii({)ed Den of bnr^ 
hftitninte ^ateaorien Don BeitUjBrtem i|t aber aut^ im Steueng* 
Gfi^tn ni^t tcaViun'^tncii- 

So finbtt |li^ of bei SerBen finnlit^et unb geifliger SQia^t' 
ne^muug unb St^nntni^: 'Xhis dreaded sight twice trat of o* 
(SsAKSP-, HamL 1, 1.). 0/ GmJ obtfrv'd The ooe niBa jiut &Utb 
(Un.T., P. L. 11, 817.}. 1 am k»oKtt of mmf (Shaksp., Cymb. 
i, i.). Well mmkrttooä afSvi (Milt., P. L. 9, 1035.); befonbet« 
^n^ Bei Verben, »elt^e eine Keugeiung bei Smpfinbuna unb 
be«tff*lte8, ber Siebe, beö^affe8, brea^tunn obetäRi«. 
ai^tnng, bed Sebauein«, be« S^otted u. bgL bejeii^nen: 
He'f lowd of tht dislracted ntiillUvde (Ssakbp., Haml. 4, 3.). Art 
tboa uot.-the prolector'» wife, btlovtd qf htm? (11 Henry VI. 1, 
2: cT. MlLT., F. L. 12, 307.). This ig my boq . . WeU loved </ 
■e (TKNms. p. 2(i6.). Admir'd l am of Ihoif that batä me moat 
(Mabi,, Jew of M. Prol). Saiog-ytor.>rf of aä (LuKB 4, 15.). 
Faeor'd. . Of htm nho rules above (Milt., P. L. 2, 349.). Myself 
not leaat, but honour'd of thera all (Tbnnys. p, 265.). Lost thoa 
bt kattd both o/ Go(f md mm (Shakbf., III Henry VI. 1, 3.). 
Fint mast be saSer man; things, and be r^ecUd of thü generatio» 
(LcKB 17, 26.). Dancan vsüm pitied of Macbeth (Shahsf,, Macb. 
3, 6.). Not Hilaa uxu mora moum'd of Hereates (Makl., Edw. II. 
1, 1.). A reprOBch of men, aad deapited oftktpeopU (PB. 22, 6.). 
Of tlum derided (MitT., P. L. 11, 817). He Wia iaooied of tJu 
wüe mtn (Matth. 2, 16.). ComfortI comfort »com'd of deviit.' 
fTKKNTS. p. 274.) He . . Wo» but ligklly hcU of hü gay ladye 
(Scorr, L. Minstr. 4, 7.). Serba ber äeußetnnflen bei 3nteIIi> 
genj B)ie leben, nennen, fragen, lehren, fefifegen, rii^< 
ten K. festen ebenfaOä ni^t: That it might be fulfilled nbich wta 
ipoice» of tkt Lord (Mattk. 2 , 15.). We haut bten calkd ao of 
*«iy (Sbu»f., Coriol. 2, 3.). Ue atjw can meet mor« nuschaac^ 



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than come to be bnt nanted of tt«e (Cpah, 3, 3.). And ona 
peculiar uRtion to a«lect Fram all the rast, of «tum ia be «wofd 
(MiLT., P. I.. 13, 111 ). When he uo* dmanded of Üu Pkarimi 
(Luke 17, 20.). That falso worm, □/ m/iomsoever UntgU To eoiu- 
terfeit man'a voice (Mu-t., P. L, 9, 1035.). Eartb'» hallow'd nold, 
Cf God intpir'd, amall ator« will serre (Ö, 321.), The powert thrt 
be ure ordained of God (Bou. 13, 1.). Ee if conrtRceJ o/ ofj^ ha 
1( jW^erf 0/ alt (1 CoB. 14, 24.). Wisdom it jatl^' if W ' 
ekildren (Matth. 11, 19. Ldkb 7, 35.). Siibm Sietba mit 1^ 
ffigeit fl[^ nic^t e5en ctnev ber genahnten ffategorten: All thiogi 
ore detmered to me o/ my Fatt«r (Lusb 9, 23.). We iserc all 
baptUed of Atm (Make 1 , ö.). ShsU I be tempud of tha deril 
thua? (Sharbp., Rieh. III. 4, 4.)- And v>a» driem of Ikt imi 
into the wildemeas (Lürb 8, 29.). The »on of DaDcan..ii rc 
cfir'i' Q^ tke most piou* Edward with aach grace (Shaxbf., Hieb. 
9, 6.). He laft not factioo, but of that Utas hfi (Dbti>en). UMtrn- 
ful QBnone, wandermg forlor'n Of Paris, once her playmat« on th« 
biUa (Tehnyb. p. 98.) n. a. 3)a^in ^t^M aü^ be done, tDontbta 
bn Ut^ebn tet 3^ätigtfit inixä) of eiitgefO^rt uirb: Yon do tkj 
well; 'tif kindly tjcme of you (Southebh, Orooo. 5, 3.). @tatt 
beffen rei(^ au^ btie ^. ba mit einer ^rSbtlatiun 3)efiitiinBiig 
au6: WelU that'f efry ^ootl o^ jkw (Diceenb, Battle of Life i.). 
Well it wu äl - naturtd of Uasidtigli to teil thia tale on ma (Scott, 
R. Boj IB.). (Snbli^ ifl ncx^ btr begriffe erjeugt, aefoits 
wccben jn gcbenfen, 6d betitn bit SoifleQuiig btf ^erftanntat 
na^e tiegt: Let me t«ll yoa whom joa have condemn'd; Not m 
begotitn of a ihepherd noaia (Sbakbp., I Henrj VL 5, 4.). Tbc 
children . . Begot of »attäng but vain fanta«; (Bom. a. JdI 1 , 4.). 
You, too, wtrt of noihtr bom (LoMOP. H. 137.)- Of EnglM f- 
mt*, and iff a good Engläh family of clargymen, Swift ww tan 
in Dublin (Tackkuat, Hngl. Hnmonriata 1.). 

!tu(!^ baS mit un jufamnicngtfegtc $attici)} brt ^crfrft tnm of 
(ri j1<^ behalten: Bere can I ait alone, aueen of imy (SsauFi, 
Two Gentlem. 5, 4.). Gone in the dead of night — wums V 
imy (ßoOERS, It., FoBcari). Not mperceiifd of Adam (Milt, F. L 
11, 224.). The teata . . Vimck'd of lamb or lad (9, 581.). 

2}aS aftnolit^ «erbinbct ^affltta aUa Stt mit of 6ei ^afonanunn: 
Mercnrim . . That aelde ii of oui i-ieje (WaroHT, Pop. Treat. p. Ul)- 
Ho wat atpyyd off a tpi/e {Rich, C. db L. 259«.). Off al Orj/ttaniiM 
btloryd he loat [6166.}. Offaol» kyagei, y-haled he mu (Alis. 1»41J. 
Big namo o/' jotn Jheia cl^yd xal b» (Cov. Mtbt. p, 113.). Uocbc *a 
and gret weiljng Waty-mad. . Of Oxiahu and Dttria aUo (AlolISSJ.). 
Se^t» ]>a( Engelond yM ywarred ylume 0/ fie ftlo of Denemak (IL o* 
Gl. I. 3.). Thua u tbe cockadnU y-acheDt, And y-aluM ^ tAaa drf- 
/yn (Alu. 6623.). Bia aoxle . . O^ dev^ü U al to-tom (Cot. Hm. 
p, 187.). 111 it be criiCned. .And cot^emed o^lAe tntehape (f. tuKat*. 
p, 3!!.). Whan he toat atoyted of the jiape Ser^ (LAikit. I, 1.]. Bi 
vat euTied of Ood (Madudkv. p. 222.). That thei ee b» tert m 
ttamed of the gret multytude of bora (p. 245.). How he wiu hygä»S tf 
Oandae» {Au*. 4789.). Adata ttoa bt/tmia tf Eve (TT09,). B« «M 
iMnyd qf a apy* (S*c>* C. db I<. S698.). Bia lobe ia alle to irffta, 



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Thittfme vat hTin ggfan (Towh. M. p. S3B.)> CMtm ftnM matt tat 
$tllt. of Mm $affin: Selehae him uw« jttMtt« ^ moAmd um <{rtA<«n 
[LijAM. IIL 283.). S>itt bem Brie^if^ ükö cntfprt^bc of, tocl^tf 
M in bn jüna^ut €p(a(^nDbe aKmSlig auf cngtte @ini)cn ivicbtTnm 
(({(Hii^ ^f> <|1 dto c&«i fo uxnig als bv bit aitcjle ^nitttd, uct^c 
(i(^ gc^sn. ZBit nSmlt^ hn iSPt^ifc^tn ini Um $ajf1» legetmifitg 
tacif fram uitbnQcgc&en »irb, fo ift aut^ im 9gf. fiun, üom gdSupg: 
B(r iTMlt Herodea /rotn Am lyf^uDi ^Kteod (Sai. Cnii. S,}. Edvine 
^Ut.) dning väi gffuivad fram PavUne (627.). Adelräd, . . vä« ofiUgen 
fnm hii ägenn fi&de (794.). Vjt sceolOD ou Biertualem /mn ^m 
Wn i^fl^«7te (Ev. NicoD. Sl,), VUdöm y« jmAtotiod frata h^r« 
hianam (Maih. 11, 19,). pit bj ij^n gt&TVorAodt fram Tnonnum (6, 
I.). Timm /rom hym g^-uüode (Mabc 1 , 5.) jc SKf^r Hrrinjclt 
tsffyJtä bmicbcn o/".- pi lyddan varden (vnidon) ganarirode cf ßunore 
(Sil. Chr. 640.). Ädeatin (Ädelitftn) vtU of Myrcum geeortn td ciogg 
(WS.). He eeani [wer of«i(^..o/ Äi« Ügenum folee (1030.). ^ fe 
Mnm <j^ tiRcfiBnuin gättian gedrShle (Lua 6, IS.). 3n tut ttMtt fü^ 
ttM fron CT^oItni imb toit M fi4 im SIb. ftä^ mit tAmi^A mtb fty 
»t|i^, iß nntai 6ci biefen ^raimfiäanni jn nfc^tn. Sti bni $iif|hKn 
iricngt, geboTcn tctiben ift o/ ftit frfl^cr Seit atlixl^: SItt. K- 
mn« EMI) and wonmum t^ aham im AeofA fre-jife (Wiuoiii, Pop. Trut. 
p. ISS.). 0/ Jader biyelan Ihü viere, Of o moder bom y-fer« (Lav 
u Fbasci 33a.). Sgl. bat KIttti: Sbe shaUe of her iody her« Qod and 
■an (Tomi. M. p. 73, ISS.). Of Aii *an« Chvte aat engeitdrtd N«m- 
hothe (Hauhdet. p. 313.). $alb[. Pub um Marlin Mjeten £ i&oren qf 
Ui wtoier (LiAjAM. IL S37,). All mannkiDii tu iormn her Of faderr 
UDd <if Moifcrr (Obm. I91B&, ef. 10380,). Kgf. pät [le i^ Oätte it 
<Mnn«{, [nU i> gi*t (Jon. S, 6. et Leo. 1, 35,). Ical Oot^fd^ tt^Ut« 
Ml bitft ecrbaneniiffc Die bic bt« $f itommttia imb ^UU SfKrti, »Je 
tot (egtnm, bie ^^ifitieii n* (ex) j. S. Jun. 8, E. 
t>) ZHc Sorßeaunä btd @tunbc« unb bei UrfaAe, fo lote bt< aD< 
«ncinn; gefagttn SJ^otibed giebt einer mti^t von abbtibUleil 
StjÜimnungen mit of i^reit Urf)Miinfl- Sine Slnja^I bon Serben, 
SbjrttiMn (unb übbecbten) ^at of, t^lS agf. <>/' ober bem @enitib, 
l^rite nltfi. de entfpnt^enb. üut^ in biefcm Saue begegnen bem 
of bieweilen anbere ^rS^ofitioneii, uie from, on u. bgl. 
■) 3n näheret ober entfernt« 93trbinbuna mit SJcibalbegtiffen 
treffen toir of etwa in ben fotgenben öfiüen. - 

Xranfitibe Serba nebmen neben einem Sltlufatiß bec $ei> 
fon ein @at^objeft mit of ju |i(b, tbefcbed ba« änotib bec $aub> 
iung enthält wir [(Reiben inbejfen babon biejenigen, bei meliben 
bae Cbielt nti^t fomobl ba« SOtoti» tüi ben Onball nnb taS gid 
ber Si^tigtctt arObTÜt (f. unten). Wian taaa jebot^ l^ie^ 
ZftStigfatttwQTiffe tei^nen une antlaattt, tabetn, eerbfi^« 
tigen, verhaften tt. teegcn einer @a4e: oocm«, appeal, re- 
frove, tmtpeet, arrtEt ic, metji romanjf(!^e Serba, bon benen man^e - 
bttfei AlaiTe for ju fl^ nehmen. 91atärli(^ fönnen fn an<^ im 
^ffib von of begleitet fein. 

Thon didat oecwe bim of ineontinettai/ (Shakbp., C^rob. 3, 4.). 
Ferlwpa 70D will oemue ms of latmett (Mom-AOTTK, Letu). To 
Vpeal eaeh other 0/ kigh treattm (Shaup^ Rieh. II. 1, 1.). If 
Ihm be ftmcMgrt ob we »vtpeet Of bateneu (Soüthkbk, Oroon. 
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(BiTLff., Haltrav. I, 11.). I arrttt yon of Uffh »rato* (jEtom, 
J. Shor« 4, l.) IC. 

Sit jwrbffl ^itr an bal fr. de erinnert, xntX^ Jrit oBet 3* >» 
Cngltl^ni bitn^ of SSerfe^ ifl: flltc Sir Hoben de B<mi..iociiMd 
«KU ! . ii^ monf luAer prüe (B. op Gl. II. SSS.]. Wbo of jcm lelul 
reproue nie ijf *ynnel (Wicltpfk, Joh. 8, i6.) Sj^t' pn^ ""» 
tabeln, fit^Hpen, mit of hnftntttt, tsS^rmb ict^ «crta nrit chide, 
tebuke, Jilame, for j« fic^ Ht&moi: ©attf. Sannt Johan hqfde l» king 
.B^jimn qf hin rinne (Orm. 19357. cf. 19085.). 3nt 9d. t«^ 
teiüi, accnBare, re/ion, caeligtire, inic im Wib. un'fnön, pnoire, cen lltfil« 
fatio btt ^erfon urb ben ©eniti» btt &aäft. 3m «fte. fle^t a^ 
thnnkmit o(: Aaä thanled him af hü toeottr (Ai-ta. 7516.), imKgf.imt 
btm 3)atiB bei ^eifm nnb bem Srnitiu ber eSoi^t. 

aSnBa, wellte Äeufieningen ber Empfinbung utib beS Äffe!- 
lee bejeii^nen, meif) dntianfitioa ober 81efle;tba (bovbtua 
aitt einige aud) tranfuit) gctcocbcn itttb mit bem Sßufotin [uiißnirct 
finb) l^ben jnar jum X^eil st, for it. a. Borgemcn ; bm^ 9^ 
au4 ^ti einigen, müii)t !tagen, teucn, |9tal}ten fiesm^ntn, 
bic ^OTtilct o/. 

Here was th« footmao jast oow to eompltdn of Ike baUrr 
(G0Li>9M, G. Nat. SL 1.). My frieDde will faave a right to toa- 
piuiri o/ me (Buliv., Maltrav. 1, 6.). I da reptnt mt ^ mf 
fury (Shaksf. , Macb. 2, 3.). He hoped ho Kad reprtited ef aO 
(iu (FiBLD,, J. Aodr. 1, IB.). To look into my folliai ud to 
Ttpmt oj t««n (T. Jon. ti, 14.). Yet can I not of atuk lamt 
paHenee boeut (SHAKei*., Kieb. II. 1, ,1.). Ue boiatt of hk we- 
etit (Lonw. I. 165.). ThoBO that, breg of faith (IIabl., J«w 
of M. 1, 1.). 3!)a(|in mag man am^ r«* rennen: W« HosUm 
rtck not mach of blood (Btb., Bride 7.). 

, 3ri aite. lommen noc^ me^T Snba brt Vffettt« mit of Mi: Aid 
playnede af fie vnkynde dedt (R. of Gl. I. S3.). Heo wondrtd ynow 
0^ fie toerk (I. 149.). (y Mary my wlfe nurceb tm (Towx. U. 
p. TS.). Tho pepyl o/ Acre werifcyi ffiil gretdy mervn/llyt (Cot. Um. 
p. 240,). Ofmyb/fl ne reete (p, 183.). SK^n boB ^«ttf. MÄBt 
|i^ bev ^artilel of nit^t |ettcn bei ü^nEic^en Serben, Ute ^iei im Wlfi. 
de üiXiä) i^: Uimm reoinefifi off hu» a,jheim inoh (Orm. &5E6.). Siritt 
hco gnnnen dreden of Cadicalana dedtn (Lajak, IIT, 232.). A»d 
menrfen hcom (o Penoan of Oiiey (III. 2G5.). pa /oinede iinde folc 
an hircde of Ärdurti cume (It. 493.), He Rihtat cohht off hemm sc 
ro/iAte (OiiM. 902S.). 3m ügf. Ratten ?efein, laetari, nnb eunAja«, 
roirati, ben @fnitiu, etfleiel a\vS) ben 3)atiB bei fl4, r^oon genriit» 
li4 ben @entli)), tnS^Tenb muman, lagere, mit (üt tan^iit in «f 
ben ffltste. 3m Wt^oc^b. Commtn riA msndan, tih motbn, tilt fB^ 
da«, tihfreiean (gaad«ra), mornSn, tvorjän (mmrera) mit bm llö» 
ti» Der. 

ßeibcn, tianfen an, bon ttnaä ifiittt e6enfa09 q^ ^ 
Sejei^nung 1x9 ©runbeS. 

Let her die., of thia foÜy (Sharip., Cymb. 1, 2.}. Hia Mtlle 
muBt of rot and murm di« (McLT., F. L. 12, 179.}. Ue <Bri 
of m a^Hs (DuLW., MallniT. 4, Ö.). That heart . . barn'd And 
ditd of lote tbat could not be reluro'd (Cajipseu., Theodric). 
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flsuSttl (Shaibp^ Mida. N. Di. 2, 1,). Borna periikmg qf pUa- 
tat — loiDe o/ iluäif — Some wom with toil — aome of nittt 
<KtQTv»tu — Some q^ SistoMt — and aomo tiuimi^ — And lome 
t^mlia'd, or nf broken kearit (Btk., Manfi. S, !.)■ He loon 
begui to mim o/ ofi U» (Wabbkm) f. nntcn aick. 3)ant6nt 
die for nnb tritii, pertih, »Um Trith (by). 

IQt. He ttatf qn;r^^''^ 'i^ '^^ uaunde (Alis. 3793.). I pnve 
0«d if it wer Hl 1 tlrangU of fni bredt (Lanqc. I. 59.). ^Ibf. (^ 
b p iH yerr dejenn (Okh. 6666.). agf. Stear^ of ktmgor (Su. Chb, 
11:4.). I'ordfSrde..of p&m. mtndan (1119.). daneben fl(^ on: Je 
btr OK huTtgre fotveorde (Luc. IS, 17.). 

Sri btn Seibtn ried^en, ft^metfcit nai^ etoaS, Vnt tmell, 
ilmi, bnathe, latle, smaei, relük, imoiir U. bgL, bcnetl |i(4 «Aow 
(itugctt Don dUKie) anf^tiegt, tvirfe b» mit of angeffigte 
@tgcnf)aiit) aU ber betanlaffcnbe DQtgtfleQt. 

lliBt will not ameä of Hn (Bp.n Jons., Ev. M. ont of hia 
Hirm. Prooem.). The poetiy imelli of the lamp (Scott, Minatr. 
I. 47.). Thoa sAnfK of tottun (Ben Jons., PoeUater 3, 1.). 
I btok tbe braid of wanton tvine, It brealhed ofhim, and blush'd 
>Tth wine (Th. Moore p. 1.). Yea, every iille, nice, and wanton 
lesaon, Sfaall, to the king, tatle of tkit oetion (Shaksp., tl 
Henry IV. 4, I.). He ia bat a baatard of the titne, That doth 
not tmack of ob»enalion (John 1 , 1.). Torquil'a rüde thougbt 
and itabbam will 8mack of tke wUd Noneeifian »Hä (Scott, Lord 
of tba laL 2, B7.). Yon, good goda, Let «hat ia her« contain'd, 
TtUA of looe, Of my hnPa keaük, ofhu eontail (Shakbp., Cpnb. 
3, S.). Yet by the oauaeona amell, and noisoni, Their caae- 
ahot tavom- atroog of poison (Bdti.., Hod. 2, 2, 857.}. — Some- 
thing thst Mboio'd of üfe, thougb low and mean (Scott, I^dy 
of the Isl. 4, 1.). 

2}it1c SniDtiibinig wn of ift in b« 2:^at fctncm etfeiam^ tri an* 
teoi 3xtvaiifHi«cii uubg, 1W( im «£tt: Of tbso bnghtneu of hire 
m, AI abönte lAon thoa place (Alis. SSI.). The eorttte qitakyd of 
iar rydj/ng (3S5S.). Snilnetc bn tben oufeeffl^rtcn 9x1 fi^cnun sUUf 
Mtl btm Site, nii^t BcIUnfiB nnb aß in jangmr d«t Mruiclffilligt 
8gi> Thia elumbre 11 falte wel meitynge beeaute qf Ae aode , that 
iE ii mada offe (Mad>dbv. p. S41.). 3m Sgl. Mibe bti 2)atitl Otf 
Ibnnatali» beitrügt |rin. S9I. Brynegield onhreiid rtceadne veg 
ToiinnM bOde {Cmou, S926,), toma man blüde auf rCcendne bqic^m 
bof (btn »on :eiut. laui^cnbcn SItiT). Wtan »gL b. gric^ 
ijii. TiKBE nnb ba0 tat dore *u^ure. 

Ucte bit fton^ftint bet Sntia nennen, benennen itac^ ttmat 
aber ionanb mit <{f fM frma ober tifler \. b, IpritpoptiPti from 6, 

du tntnber uniniltelbarn: äJcrlnfipfung nitt btm ^erbatbe^riffe 
sab niF^t bnnj^ bfii[elben Mitngt loirb oft ein von of begleitetes 
9tean»Drt jum XuAintif bt« ^otibc« bei Si^ätigfeit. 

To do that ofEcs, of thine own good uiü, Which tired majeaty 
did make thee ofler (Srakbp., Bicb. II. 4, 1.). The rock ia 
holknf, and of parpott digg'd (Marl., Jew of M. 5, 1.). Man 
•hall not qnite be loat, but tft*'d wbo will, Yet not tf wiii in 
hin, bot gmee in ne Preely voochaaf'd (Milt-, P. h. 3« 178.). 



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Some [ bftve ohosen 0/ peeiiliar graee (1S3.). The noble -mindsd 
HutingB, of hü t/oodttett, Hm kindl^ underta'en to be m; 
•dvocatä (RowK, J. Shore 1, 2.). Bererence beloaga of ri^U 
to the entof of yonr Bovereign (Coler., Ficc. 1, 4.). Thad 
wouldgt 0/ ntotsrity have shown hlia Such horror (3 , 1.}. ^' 
^in ge^Bren abtei6iate gomitln wie 0/ cours^ (Butl., Ep. ot 
Hud. 229.) unb ebtnbo^tn bie buri^ »elf eetfiSttteit perfBnIii^ 
IJflrtt'drtei mit of, isoburi^ bad in btr ^erfon ober @ai^t u^ 
getibt äRotto bei $anbtung ob» Stgenf^aft ^eroorge^oben toiit: 
I do Dotking 0/ myaelf (John 8, 2ä,}. And 0/ iUttf the wUer 
flies All tute of liviog wigbt (Milt., F. L. 2, 612). fnh 
diTine, Sweet 0/ Ihyself, but mncb more eweet thua cropt (5, 
67.). Works (rithont geniuB, which mnBt sbortlj sink ^ Üum- 
Khe* (GoLDSM., G. Nat. M. 3.). Tb« city gfttea fly opeo ^ 
tkemielve» (Colbr., ^cc. 1, 4.). 

Su^t^ftiee Scdtfinbungin, tsef^c aa8 bn Aon|hntItien brf 
©a^ee ^erauBtreteu unb bin S^atoftet bon SQi|}ftn annt^na, 
Berufen uj(^t tntubtr auf einet ä^nli^en SJcrfletluitg : And, oft 
trulh, tbere ia sometbing more in matrimonj tban the mdding- 
ring (LoNQF. I. 132.). 0/a eertainty, my kijuman haa no belicf 
in your power (Bülw^ Bieozi 1, 8.). 

S>dB KU. ftiuimt (ttnnit fibntin: I..prele hfni, tf gn«t, To Ui 
ibe eataut of mj troathe that thonjie non jila (Dan», or Bks. D. 
p. 4.)- ^/ '""^ ^ ^ owja If knei hfl made the (Cov. Mvbt. p. 85.). 
Ai he Q^ Au miig?it mada all thjage of DOWth (p. S7.). — So blat ii 
al tho mono of ktm tiive i-wis (Waicar, Pop, Treat. p. 13S,). Of 
tnf lelfl do HO {.ing (Witi.TFFK, Joh. 8, BS.). 3)aB ot ttt «tplrllMi 
(Tinnni jnmr untniRcIiaT an noi^ gebTSu^lii^e fcanj. JCuebrÄde, Bit ^ 
grftce, de droit, de plein droit, de n6;eantä U. bgf. HI., aber f^K M 
Vltneib. gebiaui^t 6(i atptattnt of: Hon cegdi mer af t^brydi {Gu- 
dmiMARKV. 1, 10.). Sfaradi HÖgni..a/ trega tt&nan (S, 10.) (onl 
Siftr^u^t, eai STogem Si^inciie). dm Mgt. begegnet ani bn 
Stnittb: Ponne bi); reuad ty^vület (Lkvit. iS, 6.) = That «hicii 
groweth o/ t<( oan aceord (ib.). Sei ben bni^ (jlf Mr^Iiften Vn* 
Romtnalfonnen bitttt baS agf. Muflg of: Ic ne dA nfto ^ii« of ■>* 
«yj^^na (Jon. 8, 28). Ne aprycd he 1/ Aün lyiAim (18, 19- et- 1*. 
10. 18, 34.). !3eq!8t I>ii {lat of f>e (yf/umT (Kv. Niood. 9.), VW td 
i3d1(. af. 2lantben ftc^t auc^/rwn (Jon. 7, SS) »ie im Öel^. (Ju*. 
1, 17, IS.), bci^ au4 ^ me rrlfora, i« bim Bjlfam (U- ec). 

IDie but* of auflgebrflrfte »otflelUina be« ©nrnbt« ob« SRo- 
tibeS tritt bftet an bie @telle bcr fonft but^ on, vptm bejd^' 
Itrtcn: I go qf at^Mo^« from tbe qaeen to France (Shaesp., Q 
Henry VI. 4, 1.), What deviL . . lent yon iff tki$ mluekf «n»dT 
fDs FoE, ßobins. p. 261.). Of Ihal eondiüon I will driok iE up 
(Marl., Jew of M. i, 6.). ^a^er fi^teitl ft^ namentüt^ bie 
nunmehr geläufige Scibinbung bon kn^ o/(— by ineaDs of, om« 
to): We lose, tbey daily getj All long of tkis eile (roilDr (Sousf., 
I Henry VI. 4, 3.). I knoir'tia kmg of Gavetio» ehe weept 
(Marl-, Ed«. II. 1, 4.). Wben I lay in dangeon dirk . . it «ai 
long of thee (Scott, L. SUnatr. 5, 39.). Tbe miicbief wai Ja« 
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KiH/l Bloße 9Iii0tSf|laCett W mh Iftmti 8rrtAii|i(intg bon of nnb on 

fifO^rt, nwum an »nic^itbnun Oitoi btilSufg uibtrt Ckifpictc jn g/eiai 
nb. ^ bnt anfltK^rten gSIlcn iß aHnbtnaS on bie tttfliribtgti^K 
futiCtl. f. OD. Sei long ^t^t fd^cn ftä^i of: Kit. Bot it u Im« 
af yotulh-hede. Alle aiche wanton pkyea (Tow». M. p. 760- 3>B^ 
mtt ju bcn geniini long, along, gnoS^lii^ od; Every man cbit.. 
Sern u^ it vu long on the fire -making ; Som aayd nsy, il naa long 
«n (ie filau^..l can not teil tchtron il wa« lüong (Chauc, C, T. 
16390.). Oa meii Dot a3ong thinc eiill Hk (TroiL a, Ci«i>. 2, 1001.); 
im ^I6f. (tm) obfT ufipo; All Criasicne follkeii hald lai long o 
Crifteta helpe (Ohh. 133T6. cf. Ded. 11T.). Whar on hit waore 
ilmy (Lajail U. 23ä.). 2>afl agf' gdang, gdmg, altf. a^b. ^tfo«;, tf 
ein HbjtAtu, tixbtcc ^flg mit äi tonftmtirt niib, abn an^ mit <m; 
Gif {in t»onne Tfinst [lät hJt on t>a gelang b& (sie) [lät t>^ vomld Meld« 
on pe avä onvenda aint, Jionne eart {in on gedvdUa (Bobth. 7, S.). 
ffi «öhton on hvtm [lät gelang reere (Beda 3, 10.). 
^) :Z)it Sbjediee, an totliüft fi^ öf ft^liegt, Ueifen jumtifl auf 
bie angcfQ^rteit Str&at&egtiffe. X>a^in geboren: 

fre^ aber ttioat, glad, josful; trauiig, torry t|I bogeg« 
gnü^ntic^ bon for begleitet. 

He gUtd of htr aOfntion gam'd (Milt., F. L. 9, 528.). I am 
^ad of it (LONOF. I. 133.). I am joyfvl t^f your light» (Shakbf., 
Tim. of Äth. 1, 1.). 

3)0« aitt. fonpmirt «nt giSflRi HnjabI btcber gt^StmbcT flbttftiu 
mit of: Ber frendei «ere glad of her eome (Rich. C. de L. 1S44.). 
Tholomeiu, and hia felawe, Of thii loeoart weore fnl/atre (Alm. 
S8I6,). Qf Alt comyuff hj neren blUh« (5541.). Jo^ i( heo <j^ 
JUi coms (1146.). That (^r^ ia of oüter mmnei toel«, aod glad la i^ 
Am lorae and vnhele (Chauc, C. T. 13530.). Fful hevy here hertja 
wem t^ tUi dede (Cov. Hiat. p. 91.). Om ^Ibf- <!t of ft^on bei 
VbiebiMn biefn Sloffe gebiSui^i^: 0/ hüt daP awi^e i2^ (Obu. 
8092). Weoren/ztn o/ ^ «cotne (Lajax. I. 327.), patt tu drtorij 
nohht ne beo Of non eorßike vntueoäfi* (Ok«. 4838.). Ärr^uö. . of 
A«, (47B9.); ani^ fot: Ftcin /or (Laja«. 11. 60.), Serrhfull /«T 
(Oku. 7153), 3m Sßf. (tf^t Patt btfltn b« fflenitio, wtli^ nai^ 
Stwtogie b« Sf^b. Bei yWd, iltde, fägm, lärig, geimor, dreirig ftint 
ettfle ^Kt, nxtin avi( tiii^t »on aScn bfcfcn iBdftiiele mit betn Stnitfi} 
kntiegot : Vtne» giäd (Cod. Exon. 44S, 38.). Vmron e«Ua /-dt /«^ni 
(CUdm. IL 434.), Figeo ^al oft bui Sali» bei fl^. 

fnt(^tfam, fur^tlo« Oor, toegen, afraid, fearfid, foarleo. 
I i*iU not be afraid of death and bant (Shaebp., Mach. 5, 3.). 
Tm actnall; cfraid of hia lmg$ (Goldsu , Slie Stuopa 1.). Sfae 
WM mightUr i^aid ofmffalier {Whytk Milville, Digbj Grand 
1.). Fear^ of Am li/e (Shaksf., UI Henry VI. 6, 6.). Fear- 
Irt of vntng (Cowp. p. 163.). 

Sltt. He «M lore adred of death (Alu. 4266.). They were adrad 
cfhim, at of Ihe delh (Cbadc, C. T. 607.). Of avmdrt hi tieoth 
■o aore agatt (Weicht, Pop, Tre«t. p. 136.). ^alBf. Nb* ich nanna 
of Ardure afcerfd ssre (Lajam. III. 36.). um 0b|. ile^en abjtttiM 
tote aeol, forhi geme mit for. 3)oB otigtfD^rte ifiered iji tiatnttii bat 
^ntici)] »on ftf^ran. 

f)oI}, eitel anf, Utgen, frond, cam, erme^ed. 
Promd 0/ thtir mtmber* (Shakbp., H«nry V. 4.). W«U may 
he be proud o/ il (Whyte Uelviub, üigby Grand 2,). He 
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242 II.** »wl-a.eotrfflaw'«- 1. «6f^ IBortt«8«i8- U. B. ab». CulW- 

wa« still tm« o/ hi$ fool (!.)■ So vaüi of iMüti ud. m 
pleaeed with wrong (Th. Moosk p. 180.)- Th* Atheniuu wen 
etmeeiUd of thtir own wit, tekuee onrf poUteneu (Bbntlet). 

aSon »itb St« an ftan}Bflf4e Ä«i(lni!tiou erinntrt: Fow J* rA«^ 
twur qa'il > re^n (Acad.). @(^tMTluS tommcn im Hgl. VtjcRtW UK 
])H1<, Uone, oferhydig, vlane, deal mit bem (ÜcnitJD Oba ^ m; 
man llnbct vlane nttb cfm; mit btm 3)atTV: I}ugudum vlanee (Cxi«. 
2413.)i Fug«! /ednim daU (Cpd. Exoir. 216, 10.). Sctm im Sji- 
iu6 im ^nUf. ^aic it^ prQi mit einem Safu« angtnpfftn. 

ttct^ 

If I bfl not aiAomed a/ my «oUin-« (^aKSP., I Henri ^- ^' 
%). tif wife wai particuUrl^ ennged that nothing conld mtiu 
bim Bti^f , or mtke bim leem atkamtd of hit mllairiei (GoLMiin 
Vic. 16.). I hare done nothing of vkicH l need bt ailaaii 
(MACA.UL., H. of E. 11. 71.). You «re atitmed of poor iSa 
(Bblw., MaltraT. 1, 6.). 

^afl ?}ortidp brt «gl. iacatnian (»gf. Hl ätetmode [Ctmitolf, CiW 
1299 GrcinJ) ip in btt OfbMitung tonched wilh Bhame »ttlfo^ int fUt 
bcnncnbei: He departed fro hem aDe aicSomed (Madhdkv. p. HS.). 
2>ae Sniltflntie mit ornfett btn altm Ocntti«: Sgl. Him ^ ne m» 
mode (Gek. 2, 25A 

3)lt olti 6)niii^e (raffmirt nai$ mon^e Hbi^ttttK sbtt ablctiiiiiii 
^artidtiia, Utlt^c auf Slffeltt ttjognt fhtb, mit of, »<t nunilHj, 
jotnlg, ttftaunt: Kjng Bychüd wax al aachaoiTd, And </ ^ 
mird«« aore agramiyd (Rico. C. de L. ITIS.), Dane.-Ii nronÄ 
onoteif o/ Ihit Hdgng (Alis. 1918.}. The abbeiH «ai aieonieU^ 
M» ihing (Lai ls Freihi 21S.). ^m Kgf. tonb» «bitttiM IBi< r*< 
VT&A, botgenmäd, eorre (yrre) nti^t titn mit finon ttofnfl eatmAa^ 
tBtWftt btn @ntnb b« ®enifltS«t«tttsnng angitH 

tobt, tiaiif CDU, dead, tick (Bftei B!(bti4 gt&raiti^. 

Wo wer« dead of tUep (Shaksp., Temp. 5, 1.). I am ncf 
of that gr^f too (Tim. of Atk 3, 6.). I am e'en tick nf rim 
(ib.). I am tick of livmy (Bowb, Fair Fenit. i, 2.). Book* I 
bare bnt few bare, and tboae I have read tan time* orar, lÜ 
»ick of äum (Btb., Le(L). He . . nek qf home went oranaai i» 
cbange (Tihhts. p. 326.). @oiifl iMtben flc auif mit with bR* 
lunbm. 

3H(f( AntftniTttot W bn bn nttf))Tt^b«i 9txia onaleg; bM^ fl^nd 
ftt tBugner 3rit angt^Mg. ffie im Agf. bn Omitit) mit mm natU' 
btn ift. wiib ai^t btr ®rnnb bn Jbant^ fenbon btr 2:^ «a M 
man tranlt, angegeben: M5det ttöaa (Bbov. SI05.). €Sanfi wtn 
O^nli^ abteftiM mit on ton^iit: Ealla ^ umHmh vatnai m m"- 
euM ddfam (Ldo. 4, 40,). 

buftig, reetofent 

Tbfl anrnmer tky and tbe fresb blooming lilaca ao redoteU ff 
tprbtg (Whttb bbLViLLB, Digby Grand 6.). 

6. obm bit «itftiTe^enbnt Sabo. 
S.SRit ber StnDtnbung Bon of auf bon (anfalen Gebiete ^ä^ M 
®c6ntHi^ bcfTettttt in ScrMnbntg, wo Bon bcm Stoffe ober do' 
^altt bte Stebe iß, an »eli^in bie X^ätigfdl tMlIjascn taiib. ^ 

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fStsafhab, mm tta te ^d) iafsti ^atibclt, trfi^Riit tbdis wt^t oU 
baB StttUi, t^ al9 3tDed nnb 3itt bn S^ätialeit. 
i) SIB Srifbidt bei ^icrbti in SJrtrat^l tommcHboi Setba tnftgcn 
fa[«nbc bicntn. 

■) 3ntT<mfltiw itnb tranfitiDe BntnBitcr, umI^c ta« SBctben obn 
äSai^tn ans etua« ocbtuten. 

tectben nnb befielen; Ar, bcetmt, eome, onmtiMt 

The houe wo* 0/ «tone (Coop., Spy 1.). Hii mantle «id 
bood Hwre o/' Mc beit flindtr« elotk {Bcfm, Ivanhoe 2.). Henrj . . 
h of a king beeome a baniih'd man (Shakbf., III Hanrj' VI. 3, 
8.). We wot not irhat U beeomt q/ km {Exod. 33, !.)■ He . . 
narer geemed to tronble himaeU' aa to whftt btcaim 0/ Zo$ 
(Whytk Ublville, Digby Grand 3.). How eam'it thon apeft- 
kaUe 0/ mafaP (Milt., P. L. 9, 563.) This world o/* Hmv'« 
«4 £04 CMUiitn; (8, 16.)- Hia eicort eouiited tf fior tlum- 
umd hontmen (Uacaul., H. of S. II. 144.}. 3)a^in gf^Btt aadf 
bic l£att>f<: O miBerable of happyf (Milt., P. L. 10, 720.) 

3n btx SUncK 6))ra4e gefeilt {14 l» bicfen BefttoBttmi flatt becMna 
■»4 woitheD. alte. Thej ha ijf inu impb (Wrioht, Pop. Tre«. 
p. ISe.). Whnt ihaUe nov worlAs of Aitl (Towa. U. p. 266.) Why, 
Ktut «am i!f Aiexandtr ihe frealel (Skhi.ton I. 4.) {«IBf. pst weorc 
ü D^ lUme (Lasam. II. 296.]. Hiaa giirdeil aati qf ihtput »Hn (Osif. 
SiiS.). Patt win [latt h»uj of aaterr trurrfienn (liObO.). Sgf. b 
mige reortton of vätere (Boktr., Kawl. 193.). 3>ai rotttanffd^' «"»- 
«üt ^ ift bell fllrmnnif^ttt Sti6«n afPmilirt; comi« in tntfliri^t bem 
fi: ctniaiater dana, en; cotuiit vriA ifl glei^btbtuttnb mit agree witb. 

machen, Jltfammcnfc^en; maie, form, ereale, cotHpote, 
framt, bMd K. 

Till he \ttte made an oyat«r of me (Shakbp. , Mueb Ado 2, 
3.). He made a deity □/ low (Bclw., Bienzi I, 4.), The Lord 
God formtä man of Ae dusl of the ground (Gen. 2, 7.). Thongh 
I bt fom'd of claj/ (Byk., Haaven a. Eaith 1.). When great 
thingi of sntali, tJaefal of kurtfiä, proap'roaa of adveru We can 
etMte (Mu.T., P. L. 2, 258.). He t« eompoird mnd fronttd of 
tnwAery (Shakbf,, Mnch Ado 5, 1.). The annj wbicb vat com- 
pottd ebieflj 0/ mercenmiei (Bulv., Riensi 5, 3,), The bODaei 
tre comtaoa\ jbmlt of Ihat inaieritd (ßccrrv, Tales of a Gnadf. 1.). 

S)a« Sn6 nuite gt^ in jQngncr 3nt in Biete ffonftruniontn 
an, iod6t non bet tUn onfi^rten flnft^mmgencife nii^t jn 
trnniui {tnb, J. Q.: Tm« he maife me s pr«n<i( t;^ ttu ria^ 

<G&T, Bft^. Op. 1, 1.). 3u itmtxtm iß bie Serbinbung brt 
Sab mit einem vom ©uperldiu begleitelai C&{tFte ober «mm 

fn^anttOirtat €ufKT[atib: To make tie bett ademtagtt Of 
oAo'm qiuxrrtU (BnfL., Hud. 3, 3, 45?.). To wmit tks batl of 
i bad Üiiag once paat (Coles., Picc. 1, 2.). They mad« th» 
ittt qf their najr to Rome (Bdlw., Bienzi 3, 1.). He, tberefora 
mmdt Ute mott of ntceirily, and gave such Orden ai woold faci' 
Utate the viabea of Captain L. (Coop., Spf 5.}. 2)aS Se^e 
aber ÜRcjjte au9 ttnai matten, b. i. ttXoai fo gut al9 maglt^ 
(antuen, twOBringen, ba^ei aui^ beeilen u. bgi 
8ilbli<^ Än«brü((e anbet« »rt flnb : Will yoo «a*« o» «» o' me? 

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244 H.3^- XBort. u. ©«yflflinie- I-Mfi^n. «BortfilBunfl. IL D.»iB.&iihfr 

(Sbajup., TmiUÜi N. 3, 3.). We could not teil «hat to mdt tf 
thete ßae im/itnnib (GoLoaM., Vie. 16.). 'Twer« ft ibams, iriicn 
flowera aroiuid ns riae, To moi« Uffhl of the reit, if (be roae ita't 
there (Th. Moore p. 223.). ^K\t ge^en laätB in bte Sejei^' 
nutifl eines Ktet trc SoiflcHuna nnb beS Urt^iM über, toii 
bte m bei nSf^ften Siei^e aufgefii^cten Sü^ätigleitetegiiffr 

Site Thei bm niade <^ «ton (Macitdbv. p. 6!.). 0/ gold he «de 
K table (Aus. ISS.}. Thou conit makt of knyghtit gada, With ttij 
prechynK, covard of blöde (3051.}. Xhs foni elemenli ^ wAm *( 
deorA i-tBTvjt (Whigbt, Fop. Treot. p. 134.). To bugg* a bcOa i^ 
&r<u Or :/ fir^Af tilver (P. Pi.ouohh. p. 11.}. $al£f. Jfooi: bned liJT 
;^« tlanae (Oa». 11606.). 9b[. Adain..t)e väi of tordan gevvril 
(Cf DM. 364,). God geteehp man of I>Kre eordan Ums (aEii. 1, T.l 
pter hc eft hit txtnbrjan mfrran cyrican o/ sf^s (Sax. Chb. 6SS.). 6ll 
tomanil^en SnttBSrtetn tft de buit^ i^ erfdjl. 

Qingtlne lungert Sierombungni Ven tuAt niirami an bal ^tai))' 
fl{^, ). S. /dir« jir^ent da qoh.; je d'«[ qag fair« de vm duMun 
(AcAu.). anbtie« Qc^Srt fcticitm ®cbrauc(c it» make aa. 

3Rit ben Atn oufgefü^Tten 9iei^en »on &Tba(begrifTcit f^ 
f(^ eine Hnja^I con äu^ru^Ddfen jufammenfieÖcn ju U^a:, 
»Dtin of bei uerff^iebenen Seittobrurn , wie fein, ^abtn, fia- 
ben, matten ic in ä^nlid^ei Seife ben ©e^enflonb rinffl^ 
an bem eine Sl^ätigftit M fiu6«t, »eld^e an i^m eine präSi' 
fative S9(pimnimig fe^t c^ber forbett. 

Ti> a Strange thing of that Joe, tie live« npoo PiclM 
graaahoppera (Masi.., Je« of M. 4, 5.), We iove enongb of 
/Aal (batan, nidit babon) to make ob happj (Southu.i, 
Oroon. 2, 3.). We ahiiü ß<td of kim A Bhrewd contriver (ßatnt:-, 
Jul. Ceea. 2, 1.). We ahould kaee fotatd a bloody day of ^ 
CI Henry VI. 4, 1.). 

Unb babui^ batften fi^ lSUi)>ftn «(äntcrn, nxli^ mit iriut 
of eingefft^it netben: Say Warwick waa onr anchor; vU ^ 
tkalf And Moatague our top-maat; vhat of kim? Oar alugk- 
tei'd friends the tacklea; wAo/ o/' theitf Why, is not Oxfonl 
here aoother anchor? (Sbaksp., III Henry VI. ö, 4.) „f» 
knew Mattbiaa and Don Lodowick?" — »Ve*, «hat of lkt*f' 
(Mabl., Jew of M. 3, 5.) 'Tii truo the kiag ia yomig: lot 
Khai of llutF We feel no want of Edward'a riper yeara (Bowi, 
J. Shore 3, 1.). „And teliat of Eggenberg, and Lichtenitain, kai 
of <mr oUter friends there?" — „I aaw nona." (COLUt-, Pi**- 
1, 7.) The pnbUc buildingi are feir..Bnt ytluU of tM Ikuf T^ 
ipirit of London ia in her thoroughfarea — her popnUtioei 
(BvLw., Maltrar. 5, 1.), ©o Berf(^ieben biefe gormeln BtiW 
fein mbgen, \o ernfiren fit flt^ aQe o^ne äRfl^ bur^ bal ^' 
»Ott be. 

SRit^t minbei ge^Bit ba^iit bad bftet (ileana^tfdi ecft^nenbe o( 
it bei !}«(be» bei genannten Ktt: Wbat a tedioaa naconfortibk 
day have we kad üf ^ (Golmw., She Stoopa 1.). Tfaith mH . 
kmt B night of it (Sbkrid., Duenna 'd, 1.). I tbink to ■Mt' ■ | 
long aleep of it (Coleb., Walleott. 6, 4.). I alwaya (nppoMd | 
that Mrs. Lupm and you «oald make a raatch of it (Diaa», 

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(M. CboEzIew. t, &.). So that witb eattag ttbora itain, «od drin- 
king below; iritb receiTiiig jour friendt withiD, and »miMiiig 
tlicm withoot, yoD lead a good pteaaant buacling life of it (GoLunt., 
She Stoops 2,). — 5Die« of wet^felt aii^ mit w.- Taith, well 
nak» a night om't, witb wine and dance (Sherid., Dueuiui 
3,7.). 

ERn^e fl^t atl4: And tbere'* tbe bumoar of it (Sbaksp., 
Henry V. 2, 1.). Thaf» tbe cerUin of Ü (ib.). Thst t* tbs 
rendezTouB of U (ib ). -- 1)tX Wtä>\tl mit on (ummt gle^füM 
Mr: She ia an angelic creatare, that it the trnth oit'l (FÜld., 
T. Jon. 18, 10. of. J. Andr. 4, 8.). ©. on. 

Qtnigrt Jit^ fflfSirigt 6irttl bat Site.: I wene ii ttonJi of nonya, 
k% -yim in Noes tjmB {P. Pi.oichm. p. IBT.). 1 hope her aftet a 
frradfl ^ ytru to Aau« (Sebltum I. 41.). lOci ^ntranfitiVfii trifft man 
or f^ott im ^l£f. a^nli^ a(6niu<(t: put faü mmu q^ Uortimer (Lasam. 
11. 207 jung. Z.) (im Sil. Z. Pos liaede UorLimer). Qf km bid i«na- 
den Ewa bid qf paa vexe <IL 4G1.). Heo isijen ha bit f erde her« ^ 
.^n&fre [III. 146.); tun bdl aitueng!. jum SCi&rit nith «ttttnbtt, bo« 
SKlt bj: God ge?B it /are noghi to bi folk That the feilh techoth 
(P. Ploughm. p. 197.), 

3)ic 3''t''fl'>t<>*iiins nat^ btt U^x mag auf betfcr&en Snft^auunst' 
tocife bmiVti' SluSbntde gltitfe: By Bre of the doek (Shaksp., Merch. 
of Ven. 2, 2.). Nine o' e&t itrack (DicEZKa, Pict. of It., Romo) 
n. bgl. m. finb ft^teic Snntnbnngtn bcS of th« dock, totläftS uif))TDltgi 
Ki^ nw^t nur mit bcm S. be auftrat. Site. It vm teo of ihe dokkt 
(CuDc. , C. T. 4434.). ChauDieclere, onr coke, Moat teil what ü of 
Üie eloke (Sksi.iok I. 66.), ~ Dr. Caina, btt franjB|l(*e aijt, Jprit^t, 
tüoa bcni grati}3fifi$«[ gcmfig, 6<i S^alfi^taie: Vat >i de eloekl 
(Ueny Wir. 3, S.) 3)aS Wfib. ^at SuebTÜdc nie: vmbe dit drihU 
wahi^cke (Klos. Chho.i. HS.). Ze der meMngloele »i aich rrao 
hoop (t. d. b^o-, ms. m. 41Sb.). ^m^ @lD(fe tft bat ®rodttf 
Ilutcn, ber 3lDtf«nf4Ias Bcjci^iiet, ^it ragl. Srnätimg »on 
Whal'i o' clock? burd^ What is the haar of the dock? i^ tjtic Sa^h 
nflarmig, Wut grammatifi^ 3)tutung. S)ie Stoctt ijt ber ©tgenpanb, 
an Rxlc^nn bie t^atigltit, bit 3(il6(fltmmung Bor ^ Sf^t, btn man 
Shigtna avt^ im ßrcnenni Sinnt tau(al auffaffen tBnntc. 
A S^nSiter, tBtlijt einen Stft t;e6 ÜCenfen^, SBa^rnel^mett« 
unb ber Steugcrung beS ®ebanfend ober äBidenä bejeii^nen, 
Uf[n hm ©egenflaitb oft mit of ttnlnfipfen. Onfofetn |le lum 
p)äl au(6 btn SRufatiD bt« Objefte« jntaffen, ^nb fle tit See* 
binbitng mit of intran^ti» geworben, obwohl ^ie unb ba bad of 
mit feinem ©n^flanti» an ben ^jartitiBen ©inn onfheift; »ie benn 
fibeil;an))t ^iet ber bet^eiligie @egenpanb atd nii^t in feitihn 

fianjen Umfange con ber !£^ätiglcit betroffen erf^eint, tucnngleic^, 
ad^n^ gcfagt, bie StonftruFtion mit of tele mit bem einfac^ii 
anufati» im 3?tfii(tate oft flSereintreffen ßnnen. ©etmanif^e 
Serba biefer %rt ^bcn junt Ziftil utf):rAngli4 einen @enitib, 
inm Z.f)<\i ^rä^cfttionen (jebod) nid)t of) bei f1(^; romanift^ 
wia forbetten t^eilncife de. Komanifi^et Gtinflug auf geimo« 
nifdfe «er6o fdjeint inbelfen nit^t et^eblii^, bo ^itx oft fi^on 
fr% of ^0) einaebränet iai. 
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dwRi, jadj/t, held, knotn, «not, $it«>f , invar«, euigeoliaF» IC Stulog 
mirb aii4 trSuotfn, eb-eum, be^anbdt. 

Nor ku rtnut we in Beav*!! 0/ Hut on Euth Tbui a/ on- /tt 
lom-$trwt»t (MlLT., P. L. 8, 224.). I l;U>ti;jy 0/ ramiMM aW 
M« iMr(A«r» tt^U (Bbsant p. 94.). I go, iw««! rriendi, ;et Ui*k 
Qf mt (MbB. Hrmams p. 162.)> I will eoiiridar of j/imr pnpoä- 
Iwm (CoLKR-, Pice. 6, 4.). Thon^ higher 0/ ilu gtmtU M ij 
tu..I dtem (MiLT^ P. L. 8, 598.). To leo bow thoa eouldit 
fidge of ft and mett (d, 44S.). Thon caiut jadgt af me mgn 
kindly dow (Byb. , Mar. FaL Ö , 2.). Of tkote oU norrov orA- 
nanee» L«t ns not hold too li^tly (Coleiu, Picc. 1, 4.). Bit 
for thee, fellow, Who oeedB must knon t^ her dtpaittrt «tc 
(Sbahsf., Cymb. 4, 3.). Mn. Nickleby, kAinmig of her loa't 
obkgalioni to Ihe honMt Yorksbiremiii (Digkeim, Nickleb| %, 
14.)' When he demauded if thef k»no of mty place of ho 
bonMge in the nciuitj (Scott, Ivinhoe 2,), Uttay a ruolnte . . 
will, OD '■ andden. Find in hii brcMt ■ he»rt he wot not «/ 
(CoLER., Ficc. 1 , 3.). There may be more caases for thin m 
nay gueii of (Bclw., Maltrav. 4, 5). Fletcher, from the begin- 
ning, kad aagvred ill of Ihe mterprite (Uacaih.. , H. of E. IL 
114.). Aa a mother Conjeclvrei of the featare* of her child £n 
it is bom (Temmts. p. lOT.). I did dream af nuHUjr-iifl 
(SiUKSP., Merch, of Yen. 2, 5.). The wildered fanc; drttmt 
of tpouting fowatain* (Bbtant p. 25.). I will . . drewm of Ot 
Ede% I may aever eater (Bulw., Money 1, 2.). 3)al^iit gt^iitn 
n«tfiili4 an(i» leflcFio auftretmbt Sexta biefn ärt: He itda^*' 
Um of ki* sinfid deed (Scxitt, L. Minetr. 2, 14.). Yon nur 
ietkiak yoa Of the ipiU (&, 12.)- 

Ovtftin^bc 8«hi fon^ttt au$ ba« Kitt, mit of: Of n.^ 
~ ~ ' ouTs'a Kord heo ocdde not so ofte penche, Am tf fie muri v^ 
r Ol. I. 119.). Heo tu iovpe of no fikelgng (1 30.]. AU wa 
i not <^ }v*lynge (Irow. TBS.). Now auay viUe IBowI om ^ 
uri^Alry (TowH. M. p. 36.}. fhnKiyifa Üioii 1^ that numf {Sm Clkm 
478.) 0/ meiyl jAome now do ve Anoiw (Cor. Mist. p. 39.). EdMid 
raeuengen rnto Jint mayden geot, To miie of her manert (Langt. IL 
258,). Mao dreme al day qf oirfa« oftd 0/ ope» (Chauc, C. T, 16STS,). 
S)ltt ift t^cn im ^Itif. <9(6Tiind6 : Be gann Amntenn of Aöb» u^ 
aond Qf Au* miede ri^ (Orm, SS74.). Himm jeorne bin^ Bifian- 
keim «nod Mfoimm Off aU (2916.). UikeU mombeptMio Of wluB 
bimm wäre beut 10 doa (2S03.). AI f«t eoufie of boke (Lajui. Q. 
179. jflng. X.). p« niMMn men <^ P«rt fuena war heo bieamaa wmi« 
(in. ISe.]. 3)iiS Sltf. ^(Btauc^te tA«nc«an unb hw^an, gik^fjt^ 
cogiCare, mit bnn @tnitib, toie iat KltSjoiit. dettchan, ku^aa. ?■ 
Xgf. ^aütn ^eiuutn, A^e^on, vitan, (tltm funnon, bnt Stuitibnic td 
Xtnfatl«: Penee-it ndn«< yfeU» (Osir. 42, 31.). Te fttt »edt» 
hyegan (Cadh. SB6.). pn ne gevitte» vM (40S8.). f^t ic gen M 
eonn f^'b [mtn] gataäcacipa norme» Over om^et oq eoritan (Cmnii/ 
CriaL 198 Grein). Aidvon, oncn&ean, diman [feinen bnl QcntiV 
«Mfi M fl^ )B ^btn. Steiniuiiff^ 8«^ nie jvger, augurer \üei 
Ua btm of oUflin^ctibc de. 

lEinjtlnt biefn Seria, namoilH^ thkk, totibm uu^ ntt •■ 
VoAnÄoi: Let ae not IkMt m f (Shaksp., HamL 1, 2.}. TM* 






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M wu theii (Mbs. HnfAMS p. 163.)> I tUnk of Ute rock*., 
I dünk of ÜMK «f CB . . I Ihmk on Me ItmgJhtMHg ringlttt of gold 
(Btb. p. 30&.>. rU make tbe beat in GloncMtenhira km« <m'( 
(Sbaksf., Iden7 W. 5, 5.)- Forgive ne, tlut I do not «fr mm 
m thtt (Two Gentlem. 2, 4. cf. 2, 1. 4, 4.). 

Oci Snttn bicftr 9rt gtfi^e^t Mrt i^on Mtt. SUt. On Trqfuu 
tralhe to tfteiiifce (P. Pi-ouchii. p. 211.). To %nie on Ayn enda 
(p. 228.). ^Kf. JGnue wUn« mon ^ nel eiufs a er^lon (Iujaw. IL 
170) (toe bn iSng. %. bittet: p>t vet cooIm tf enfte). All [w eiMb 
a boleti (IL 139. (. obtn). 

l^Brcn, feigen eoti cttnoS; Amt, tM. 

Did yon jtror of a ttraagtr., that'a coma to cfMrt to ni^t? 
(Sbakbp., Cymb. 2, 1.) Who iiu not keard of Smrt^» fimef 
(Scott, L. Mitistr. 6, 13.) Whether be hat km or knom of 
it (Ixvn. 5, 1.). Sitoeiten «fc^tint ob fßi: of.- Doctor Huicke. 
Qoeen Elizabeth'i physician, whom you mty kaee keard oa, or, 
peradventure known (Cahdsn, Bpiat. 314.). 

9m Wtt. unbnt ^Bitn, fe^cn, etfa^itit (wn, fl6n dtsol, Je* 
■tonb = dfl ^no) ^nflg mit of lcn|hlliTt: Nqw hMrkta ^Sidtard 
nur tgng (Rich. C, db L. 1869.}. Noq IwInslA s/' a qutynlgjiU (Aui. 
UGC). He CMD on( of k rmlaje, For to w o/ ihe^ plage (Bicb. C. 
DZ L. 2G9.). 'Who..neTer Ao^ ^fytgng ttyn, Hb rnfght a leroyd 
a)«re (ToBBEin 17S.]. He tmdertfod of hi» viil {Vi. or Gi.. Tl. C26.). 
Of Ooddyi nysdom for lo lere (Cov. Mt<t. p. 27.). 6(ten bo« ©aftl. 
MniKnbct of: All [lait Cesj kaffderta kerrd off lamm and tsjAmn (Ork. 
8410.). Well mikell lemtde Herodo Idng (^Critt, annd off hü ama 
7248.). 9tn flltf. babett ^'«n, gthitjan bcn <9tnttte bn Goi^, 
tDel^ (nit^t Mn uxt^) matt (Bit. 3m Hltnnb. rß »otk in Er bon 
eUca heyrfi (AtumAl 44) = ^Stt( ttPIt bctn tcaudsm Qnigttig, okka 
bor Otnitiu. dm ^gf. fftÄt xä) ■aiäiiS Husüoati gefnnbttu 

ttbtn, fiageti, (cfcn, fi^iciben, panbcln ic. vcn etUKtt, 
imb anbtrc bennonbtt S^^ättgldtS^tgrifff, »ie «peoi, teil, lott, foy, 
MV, flMnMT, rtad, vrite, treal a. a. })aim of Ui ft^- 

Maj'joor grace ipeak of itf (Sha^sp., Meaa. f. Meai. 1, 4.) 
If I woald decbtr« and ipeak of tktm (Ps. 40, 5.). Wkatem 
krpocrites aHterely iaik Of parity (Milt., F. L. 4, 744.). Wa 
wUl t^i of that anon (Bln^ Wer». S, 2.). Wbo toU joa of Oü 
ttrmgerf (Sbakbp., Cymb. 2, 1.) And told bim of my ekoiet 
(TzMNTB. p. 246.). What tayett Chou of thyulff (John 1, 23.) 
So the; ny Of go» (Bolw., BicheL 2, SJ.). ni Uata jm to 
ean/er o/ hont- i^ain (Shabsp., Two Geutlem. 2, 4.). The tra. 
tMi mmrmia'd of tkeir mme (Bis., Siege of Cor. 15.). I nm? 
<ff Chaoi a*d etemai Niskt (Uilt., P. L. 3, 18.). Tby harp 
mar *^ 'if 7^^' olonni (Th. Moorx p. 16.). Haee jou not 
rtad..Of «ofM fiwA tttn^j' (SH&xei-., Oth. 1, 1.) Of „Un- 
tUf» TVnNKpi«" all vbo read jsa.j swear Tkat lackleis inuaic 
ueTsr briumph'd there (Btb. p. 311.). In tbe Tolane of the book 
it w vTÜten of me (Ps. 40 , ?.). Hjdranlici . . Ireal» of Uqttidt 
in inotion (Chauberb, Informat. I. 23ö H.) U. f. ro. ilm\ilfXti- 
ivat^m fol^a Snbal^siiffe «Itiintn ebenfälle of jn fi^: Yoa 
n« dl« bare qf wkom tke provtrh goti, Wboae Talonr plocka dead 
UoBi hj tbe bedrd (Shaksf-, John 2, 1.). Uia taug i» itf Ae 



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Mw Togorma (Macphehbom, Dekth of Cftthqtlin). Xu^ ^in 
Uirb biewftlni on ßatt of gebraust: Lest thej should fril nu 
(X aAMtiEt 27, n.). SJgt. o4o»< 4. 

SItt. Ai ic leide jon er o/ threo boUm (Weicht, Fop. Trat 
p. 139.). Ic mot JDQ Ulh more of Ihe amde of tbandcr (p. 1S6.). 
Folk, Chftt Diher itejes hut wyd of m» (Cbadc, C. T. 8948.). Ue 
(fMM o/* a«ord (R. üF Gl.. II. 516.). Tbe ladjr lyn^ c;^ Difdo and 
Em/a* (Alu. 7625.). 1f w« gmoeht t^ Kit ganen (P. Fi.onanK. 
p. 10.). Of Oä» niaterfl 1 rnfghee Jfom«^ fol lonf;« (p. 76.). Paal 
frteheiK of heai (p. 9.]. ®$en im Qalbf. Miib in a^ti^em gaQc of 
angctioffdi, u»l^« mit altfi. de {ufanunuitnFfl: And (p«t«n (o t>u 
king« ^ tealHeheu fiinga (Lajam. IL fi4I.). Whot [iic wif alds ^ 
fian ntoidnM him AiM« (III. 80.). Har man mu ar«fa of Ariur* 
[md king (II. 531.). Ich hLm wuUe iu^«n of hluMtn and of lonNs 
(I. 197.). pa lifeas jbaU icc Aoii« juw Summ dd na ipeJZoU pfi 
(OiiM. 6388.). IDnneten lommt aber iid^ bic ^TSfiolitfon by bai: Site 
Thm prophecj tayt by me (Tows. M. p. 218.). ^ffr). Hoker lud 
ninjm &i lo^an ^n hingen (Lajam. II. 377.). 3m 9sf. Mibinba 
pit nämlil^ Bftbo toit ere<tnn, ipra«in, Mor^jW, Aiiijp'an, wejan, 
tirlfan mit anbercxi $TllpDfItieneii, befenbnfl mit bt: Same msn et9iiM 
£« Hamide >ät hs vseie CnuCea inna (Sak. Cbr. 1035.). Hrit tejit 
^a. he fie ti/^mJ (Jon. 1 , 22.) Svft srft ha ^ Aun ly^tm äertt 
(Job i. Ettmüll. 9, 30.). ®. by. 

^titViixttr, mcifl rDmaniFi^n H&ftamtnung, Kit iititv, a4< 
ten, ^offen, billigen, aiint^meit, unttifc^eibtn n. o. 
ne^mtii ebtnfnll« ijftei Ratt bc« eliifat^tn StRufatic fca« ObitH in 
Seibinbons mit of JU f!(^, mie Ate, Mteem, itope, opproM, acetft, 
aämit, elio», dutM^riwA ic. 

I Uke not 0/ {Au JUgit of Edward'a (Shabsp., III Heu; VI. 
4, 6.). I vn four huRband, if j'on lik« of ««.(Mucli Ado 5, 
'4.). For Edmirds boys, the State etUemt not of thrm (Bowl, 
J. Shore 1, 1.). Haroun'fl guard Hare some and Aofif ef mort 
rrward (Bir&. , Bride 1, 14.). Some rer^nd mm t^tftroee 0^ 
rotmutry in making Iots (Butl., Hod. 2, 1, 847.). Bwillon in- 
formed bis mastcr that nrnny who had not dared U> applud 
that remarkable 8p«ech had eordially epproved of H (Uacacl, 
B. of E. II. 86.). I would you irould aceepl of grae« aarf iate 
(Shakbp., I Henry IV' 4, 3.). L.aeldom fiiiled to aeetpt tf 
Üu Smdaifa kotpilaülj of mine hoat (Scott, S. Boy 4.}. IT 
tk«re be any modern ao outrageoualy brave that be cannot ti- 
mit of fUgkt in any circumatance (Fibld., J. Andr. 3, 6.). Tb» 
door was too nenrly cloaed to admit of a mimUt fcntfMjr of tba 
accommodations within (CooP. , Spy 1.). Tboa sbalt bold Ib» 
opinion of Pythagoras, ere I will oÜhd of Ikif wie (Shaiw., 
Twelfth N. 4, S.). Bight may diitagmik of eofo»ra (II Henry 
Tl. 2, 1.). Wbat fbllows i'f we tUtaUov of ikitF (Planchk, Sm- 
tnnio a, 1.) 

fBii feltbra Serben iß dnc fiiiTttti« Stuffaffung be« ObjtlM ia 
ntsnen €tnne ni(bt juISffiQ. Ke^nltt^ nnb onbne »erbt uetben in 
Site, mit of Hrbunbni: Thou m louetl nont of mi tsfitf^ (Sven 
Saqu 1223.). She hym fntnfyd ^ Aü »ona (irax. lOAS.). iwf 
</ Aer «ofrernaM« (P. pLoooax. p. 489.). Thon salt «Miy now ^ 

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lUf tMpp« (Cot. Htit. p. 306.). Sit It^m fl^ ttP^I OH bn ffictiat»^ 
labnn Strba b« Sorflcltutis ttnb EBtHniUugnune an, Wiä}t f^ra hn 
0«IM- jnm S^l mit of Ign^itt finb: Heo,al mid wronga irihi«dM 
0/ vre hnde (Lajam, 111. 8B.). J,\{ beo jim«» wolden 0/ Ardvra 
jolden (in. 112.). a)!an »gl. agf. Snba, nie v^nan, (rUKittcn, gimtBL, 
viiiyan, ht^^ßta, oniöa, nt^mclt, mit bcm @(nitib: Ic fiäa tSnd» 
(Ps. 72, 13.). Oüpa [la glmeit (Boeth. 32, 1.). Änveaida t)ii 
vibvut (ib.) pi nolde le cjnmg fillt on/3n (39, S.). €0 nc^inttt bic 
geft. ätiton, gaingan bcn ®tnttie. 

Stotnanif^e Snba, toit ditpote, dtitnniiu k. •crffiaen, 
beflimmcn fibä ttimtfi, jananb, (offen bU ]^)n^uttiot( mit da 
bttni) of fi(crliageit. 

Di^ote oftktm, o/mt (Shaksi>., Lear 15, 3.). He had diipottd 
^ H* dintl^»g -ht»»e , and Uken b small cottage in the conntry 
(Ikvino, 8k. B. The Wife). Great Udings, which pwhapi Of 
w wiU loon tf«(mMMe (Milt., P. L. 11, 226.). 

3iiutilnt urirb au4 ^n aOnbrng« bn aifsfiitii] MitMObtt: Dü- 
^Me ne, H joo pleiH (Soctokiir, üroon. I, S.). 

S>affcl&t gitt Don (ir«mv, m«ri(, fi^ »crbicnt matten nnt 
jtmanb, cttoaS. 

Yoa have deMovtä nobly q^ ow cowtlry (Shaiw., CotioL 3, 
3.). Ye..Aiiipl; kme mtrited of mt (Milt., P. L. IQ, 388.}. 
Üa* he . . Mtriled of tu, Tbat we — tbst we (honld Aiiik so rilety 
of bim? (C01.ER., Picc. 3, 1.). 

3>a< tot merare, merori de nnb «rgs ^ bif flonftruttiotl Ut aft. 
deMorrir (aerrif) nfr. bien märiler de . . (a^. aitc^ »er») ttlMTStbTa4t, 
bo bat Onalift^ folgt 
y) Sine Knja^ tianfltivcr S«6a mit bttn flltufatib btx IßtV' 
[on gcfiattd bit Unföaung brt ®fli^o&iett(e mit of. 3)te 
Sac^e ifl alS bn 3<i>^<I unb ba8 ßief, oBti ani^ atS ba^ 37totte 
bn X^ätigleit anjufe^en. Sinigt biefer $er6a fBnncn uir $ci' 
fcn aui^ bafl SaCbot^jeft im Slltufatio annc^mcD (f. oben @. 206); 
b«6 au(^ Dirne ^nfonalo&ielt bie ®ad)e mit of ju {1<^ nehmen. 
^tfe jtonfhuftion, ffitli^eir anbere }nt ©eite fie^fen, tritt im SHtur 
niftlifi^en gegen jene juiUif. 

bitten, ttfuc^en, flogen um, naUf ttvaaS; btteeek, tnü-eat, 
dairt, eik, deinaiid ic. 

I hnmblj do betreei you of yow pardo» (Shaksf., Oth. 8, 
3.). Tbe Dauphin, «hom of ttieeottr we tntrtated (Henry V. 3, 
3.). I «halt dttirc yoa of more aeq»avttatie* (Midi. N. Dr. 3, 
1-), t» Collier ließ: I ib. dtiire of yo« m. acqo. They oabd 
«ch otber ^ their we^an (Exod. 18, 7.}. We'U maimerlj 
dnnd tbee of thy itoiy (Shaksp., Cyinb. 3, 6.). 

X>k Aon^niftioit tp bnn Site. gdSiifls: 0» kne«« o^ ^mm hym 
ieM^Ate (RicH. C. na L. 3SBB.). Of a ehamiar he yoapn^ (Towh. 
U. p. 180.). That hym qf gract atktde (P. Plodghm. p. 403.). Aad 
•ukif him cf Afa fort (Aus a. Auii.. S216.). Of a iMiig frayn the 
I itun« {TowH. M. p. 76.). ^Ibf. Pa papi heom fremede of ftob 
(»Awfa (Lajah. III. 182.). To frajjiiOTio 0/ Aitf tttorm« (Oan. 
6S*9.). 9]n SCgf. nnKbttt biddtm, friegtm tax^ mit bcm 9((u(atitt 
bn ^n mtb btm ®tiiitib bn @ac|t Icnftnihl: Hväi bidde let 
(lliac. e, 3t.) Bidt Mi me eft (Gkx. iS, 6.}. X«<fnM ;Vü^an (Cod. 



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(Cod. Ezok. 447, IB.). ÜMtldbc Sün^hieti atßottttt f4en bo« Sat^. 
((i M^'on itltb fnähnan. 

trinnecn, btlannt tnai^tn, Btniiil^rtd^tigen, übti« 
rtben, überjeugen, Hberfü^rtn ic, mind, rtmnd, w/bm, 
iiMfmef, admonüh, adverlüe, advitt, acqaainl, aar% ic, pertaadt, 
conmct, contrince K. ge(Iatten, bett @egenf)anb ba Sitiintntng, 
Utberrebuns x. mit of anjufügut. 

AU thingB noH retir'd to rast Idind lu ij^ /üe Ttpote (Hilt., 
F. L. 4, 611.). It rnnnJ« me o/ cur mwisfar (Scott, Antiquar; 
13.). He theD «{/brined me q/" ny moUtr'f tfeaü (Fiku>., T. Jon. 
8, 18.). He 'II then inttruel m of Ihit body (SbasbP-, CTinb. 4, 
2.). It admonitktd taj wifa of her duty U> m« (Goldsh. , Vic 
2.). I WDold bare yaa adttittd • .^ the dmtfer ;ou •re abont to 
eoeoDiiter (Coof, , Sp; T.). Thej did oatreat me to acg—äil 
her o/t( (Shaksp, Much Ado 8, 1.) (gtuft^nlic^ mit viti). Their 
: uaociatei, mmud of Iheir moHont bj a flie:itftli vere in arm« (Bo- 
BBBTfl., Hitt. of Amer.}. I waa ■uffieienll]' eovoinord of hit oii- 
Bt) (Goldsh., Vic. 14.). Till some «et ic coniinitted wUch 
eomkli him qf high (raaton (Colix., I^cc. 3, 1.). 3)a^n g^ 
ten ani^ 9{efIt^1W btefn ürt: I do Tememba- mt of taek a yoäd 
(CooP., Spy 7.). 

<E)it Tomanff^tn VtxU bitftc Slafft f^Ocgm fi^ an bit BertiubKig 
miit^n Bon i^nn mit de hn gian]tl|if4ni an, od^c« nif anbnc Ute 
tragnt utrb. (ßcnnanit^f SnBa mit of evinimit an dnnt urftwflBgli' 
(^ (Stnttt» ba Sa<^t. VSic im SIgf. bie tntran|htMn ^nnunan, 
onmunon, m^TK^on u. a. au^ bcn ©cnitie bn &ac^ bd fl4 bnlb«, 
fa bae tranptitx j«iu>r\)an, gtmorytm: Be ütic TUe ^Äni IsÄm fanM- 
jan (Grkin, Äg«. Po«. II. 389.). Varenjan in bn C{b. cayere ^t fma, 
tti( uKim, UHmtn, im Snglifi^nt g(t»56nli<!^ from. 3>(tffettt S. fontntt 
aber tuä) in bn «tb. monere Doi, in ueldn bae STl^b. i«>ni«i mit 
bem HttuI- bei $erf. unb bem ®(nit. m Sa^e gtbnim^, bnn 
3lti4btb(iitniben got^. gaman^an analog. — 9n bn Umf^triBtaie hm 
mlnd bnr^ put . . <n mind of ^gt of »on mind in bcr Kib. cogi»- 
tio, mentori», aflf. mjnd afi. 

inStfi^ ft^tu bon etime; mü« (geio&^i^ nuc tnffbifi^X 

poMI$t. 

All tboae faia landa H^tei he stood Kt^d of (Shanp. , Haml. 
1, 1.). I will poi$e$» Jon of Ikat lUp a^d fmUHrg (AdL a. Cloop. 
3, 9.). Seem I to tbee anfEcienÜjr poittt^d of A^piatt« or notT 
(MiLT., F. L. 8, 404.) When jon haee poi$e*nd joonelTM </ 
the ahole revtnveg of Bome (BtTLW,, Bienii 3, 1.). 

5Dem SItcTRt 8tTbnm mIm xtl^ fti^ baa |Dugtie poaKM oB. Statt, 
als 8t«6tBauibni(t übrig gcblttten, «itltiTi^t tn etbcntmg vnb Ib» 
^Wen bem SUtfi. mMt, «oinr, )>a[fln. eam aHti«, Hlot «oirir«, Mö- 
■ara ic, minera in potMUianem. Cett enfiuit amni &it Mäatr iM 
ducAttnn« (BaireiT, Chroniqna IISOS.). Qoaiit il w TÜt da K hwm 
(41tS.), nat^ Sit) auf Ü^b. lovon jmadliuffl^rnt. Pommb ijt Hßi 

Tüi/m. 
ä) gn 9tUgt ma^en, OMtl, pmaU one'i aelf of .. 
To awU themtikti of mm«*, Äoect, md KCbt (Uilt., P. L. 
12, 616.). ThoD art loat if tbon doet not oratl tkm umdäj 
Qf Ae powtr, wbich tbon poiaetHit (Colkb., Ficc. 4, 1.). TIm 



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mereltant, ownling himielf t»f tht yoM't aitutanee in handiDg the 
CDp (Scott, Qq. Donr. 4.). 

2)^c aon|tnittian f^litgt (ti^ ^» ^* t^- ■« pT£T&lo[r de qch. 

Sctlfiuflg mag mca^nt tMibnt, bafi m Snbmbungcn mit have, gtt, 

gain Che better (the best) o/..itt fub|latlti»tT(e fiDm|MTatil} Cb« Slf 

(Kriatib bic AonftniItiDtt mit of »nanlagl : The Udj'i paBtion gotüiebsi- 
ttT cf her reatmt (Fiei-d., J. Aodr. I, 7.)- My lord htu certainlj the 
bett of äu argument (Bulw., lUeaü I, 5.). 

b) Sei ben Vbicttibcn mit of |lnb »rfc^Ubenc S&lle gu untn^eibcit. 
3>n mit of angtfnäliftE @egcii|lanb mac^t t^tiU bin matEiitQen 

^h^olt, Uomit tS bEi Äbjeftibbcgntf ju t^un ^t, t^itö brn @egctf 

^b ans, auf bm bic im Sbitttio atistbeutett X^tigltit geri<^ 

tct ijt. 
Ober ba» Slbitttib cr^äU an btm bciQtffiaten ©eautftanbe feine 

Sc^tmmung in ber Seife, bag bicfei ©eget^unb felbf) jngleic^ btt 

!£i^ei bcT Sigenf^aft fein tonn, 
vin unb bafftlbe (Sgenfi^ftSisoTt lann ftbtigenä liftn in Seiber« 

Id ffierfe bcftimmt fein- 

•) Sßenu of mit feinem ftafitS bnt mateitelten On^alt cbei ben 
btttaffenen ©egenflanb bejei^net, fo fann ^nie ÜeiBin* 
bnng im SUIgemeinen tris ISifa^ tinefl urf^vfingtEC^en @enitie 
(etrat^ttt Ueiben. SBie aba ein ©enitib auä) bit ®ebeutung 
tineS JDbjtftdatfnfatt» n^allen fann, fo fann bie Umf^rtibung 
mit of einem folqtn gIti<bgtfleQt tueibtn. 

I)te für biefen ^aH in »etrat^t lommenben ÄbjrfKw finb meijl 
comanif^cn UrffnungS, in neunnr 3«t Betoielffilliflt nnb toma» 
iiifi^>Iateinif(^er ftonfhultion anstglii^n. Kbgefe^oi Don bn 
@(^biine ber Hbjdtibe niu^ i^rer iScbeutun^, finbct fid ble 
Umfi^eibiing mit of flatt eined obieltioen ©enitib namentliq (ei 
Xbiettivtn anf ont nnb ent im Slnf^luffe an (ateinifdie formen, 
ttie amuM, negligeiu, patiens, fo uie an foli^e, beren latetnift^e 
(Enbungen Mmifc^t ober ocrtauft^t flnb, ai3 tenacioui (mdu), 

prodigal (prodigos), improvident Cprotidus)j au4) toitb bie Snbmtg 
tee ber Snbung «ot, ent gleii^eepellt, nie in destrnctive , de- 
acriptive. 3n ben aBaeleitcfen unb jufammengefeöten Hbiefticm ip 
mri^ent^eild b« Berbolbegriff, Bon loetc^eni fle fiomnien, fftr bie 
grammatifdfe Sirlung maagatBenb. 3n ben 3''f''""nenfe^un9en 
mit foll unb lesB ifi ber erjle ^efhnbtbeil als maaggeBenb anju* 
iäjtn, isAt Sbtrbaupt negattbe begriffe ^fiu^g affttmatioen in ber 
Sonßniftion folgen. O^ne Sinf))rui| auf SoU^änbigfeit geben 
toir dnjdne SeflrifTerei^en aW ©eifpiele. 

soll, rtiä) lZ.;fnü (big), rieh IC. 

The iaie ia /uS of noüea (Sbaebp., Temp. 3, 2.). Her lette» 
««>« qf ipirit (liwEB, G. I. II.)- Tlis gentle kdy Big of 
äi» gnßemait, onr theme, deceaaed, Äs he wu bom (Soaksf., 
Cjttib. 1, 1.). The ahrines of offeringi rieh <Bsb., Siege 32.). 

fBIbrenb^ aeue^lit^ wich ju fl^ nimmt, fle^l,/uZI mit of. Big 
bat gaoi^nfiib tnth; rieh mcifl in, jinoeÜen aüh. Site. Engelond ja 
fid jBow qf/ntyf aod qf treio (R. of Gt.. I. 1.). Fol qf i're acd 
wtallüieni (Ai.a. 4IS.). A riehe koight qf lond and /« (Lat li Fbeuck 
SM.). It ia plenttmu <f goiU fittche (Uadkdiiv. p. tOS.). Hire baggM 

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352 n.X^. KBoTt'it. eatffljpme. LKBfd^n. Sfortflamtg. ll. S. ab». SafttfL 

Of irMiI M y-errmmtd (F. Plodcrm. p. 3.). Ä nobla baroun, BiA 
qj' caitU >iid o/ tonm (RicF. C. itK L. 2398.). ©iiI6|. An M iif 
ActijdDmej , All füll off gode annd elene tnenn (Obh. 178a.). To 
inirr>enn riehe off eorfilij fiing (13141.), BieU off iMlt (11084.), 
3tn Bgt- cT|4(int füll oft mit bcm @(nitib: FUffönuu yW2 (Lac 1, 
40.). LtgeiJuU (Cina. 332.); ofctooit au^ mit btm 3)ati» (Saflni. 
mnttalie): Au f<%on ßdite (Luc. 4, 1.), »ic bit« S. fflltui b. 3)iL 
(1, 41.} ein mid (5, SS. 6, 11.) bei |i(4 ^m, be^ auc^ t4'n i^' P^ 
faa hine of hU erumtm g^ylde (le, 21.) toie ©aftf. To wutrirtnii 
ßäed.. Of OodMB GMteas haäjkt nuhJU (Ohm. 254S.), 3m 0)1^. ^ 
>UI>, »Ic bit Vo-futhattfidijan b. ffltttitiD. Hsf. veUg, relig = 
H« ^t bcn S)atie: ruktortptdum tlig (Cmdu. 87.). SH^b. rld 
^ an^ bcn Otititi«. Sgl. tat p^nwi, rjftrcui m. Otntt. 

fruf^tbar; /nwfflii, proiyic jc. 

Goideo d»y». /r«i£fiJ of golden deedt (MitT., P. L. 3, 337.). 
Tiw miple, and tka beech o/ oäy «dt Proüjto (Cowr. p. ITl). 

Sgl. Sat. fBcundni, fertilia, f«nu mit b. QltititiK- 

fietgebig, btrft^tocnbcrifc^; läieral, Imük, boma^pn- 

Wbere ;oa are Uberal of yo» "loeri and comueb (SbaOPi 
Hmaj VIU. 3, 1.). Lavük of yow- blood (Butl., Hnd. 1, 3, 
495.). We pQBh lime from ob, aad m wiih him back; Lmü 
qf IwtrwM, and jot fond of life <Yodng, N. Th. 2, 1T3.). 
Xhe shan of that felieity of which ha ia ao fiotMfi^ to liii 
ktagdom (Drtdeh). Von are too prodigal of yoiir mt$ trtntn 
(Ben Jons-, E*. Man in k. Hum. 4, 1.). Chief«, grac'd vitk 
■cars, and prodigal of blood (Tickell, F.). 

IBsI. gt. proi^u« d« qch. ial.prodiffiamit<StJXiL &tttf))n(M< 
gtnnanitt^f SblctKM ^atttn (btnfoH« btn •SmttiB. SUtHOTb. [Mjgi es 
ck nibu tniUr matar (FiÖLeviNBUi. i.y. Mildau mann eda art lUUar 
ogdon (BivAH. SB.). ^IM. ^i^pimo nnUa (Bbumoi 369T.}; |» ai4 
jl^b. milti, 9II(b. milu. dm flflf- f^cint mi^ benigDua, nic^ mit bn 
Stnittb «orjulominen. 

fäb'fl/ empfSnfllic^, unfähig ic; eapoM#, sutc^tibk, a- 
eapable, insutcrptiblt iC- 

Sick, and eapable offtan (8hak8P., John 3, 1.). I waa jodgtd 
capiiblt qf bfbig ditmist'd my drill (Whtte Hblvuxe, DigbT 
Grand 1). He waa . . »laciptible tff all Ihat rage of love, «bieli 
reigns in the East (ßoBEBTa., Ch&rlea V.), A trembliag..ni^ 
B« wBB never So incapable of ke^ (Shaksf., Coiiol. 4, 6.). 

^. eapMe, ttuctptible de qch. fiat. eapax, meapax inä tO 
9cnitib. 

uüibtg, untstttbig, f^uUtg, unfi^ulbig; woriijr, n- 

vortkj, giaity, vagnillj/, gvääesi, iimoctut. 

Flow'n tcortAy o/ Porai/ue (Milt., P. L. 4, 241.). OmUf <^ 
a eapüal crime (Macaul., E. of E. II. 9.). I! g^ of -A 
erimituU prettmptio* (Bulw,, Bichel. 1, 2.). l am gnÜta if 
yovr falher"! death (Shaebp., Haml. i, 5.). GwUmi of pagtr'i 
appelUt obsceue (C!owp. p. 165). Be innacml of the knoiAdjt' 
Till thoD appland the deed (Shaebp., Macb. 3, S.). Di Seotto, 
wlio waa itutoeent of Ute pM (Bulw-, Bienii i, 6.). 

Ikto teorAg \. i}btU®.3S0. Witt. OiÜy if Aat dtde (^.Vunxo. 



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p. S33.). Xsf. gyllig, vngyl^. ^(if. giÜeitxt (Obh.) fblb mir nül 
at^gismi Aafiie iti^l anfat^gtn, ta« tegUUg, tsttt^ lutgn btni 
Snttt) an^ bcn Scniti» juUgt: faUr« ieyU^ (Biov. 2e7fi.}- 
Itmoeeia (rinnnt an gr HtnoeeTri du eriint. £at innoi^iM faetom» 
n. bgl. (Tacit.). @Dnft mib innocent au^ mit from Dcrbunboi (Shaxst., 
n Heniy VI. 3, 1. Henry Vlll. S, ä.)- 

yi^tx, itaii, unfletoig; »tr«, ccrtom, meertim. 

He was not *«re ^ it (Shasbp., Two Gentlem. 5, 2,). Art 
MT« It/' HaffuelF (Bdlw., lUchel. 2, 2-)- Certain of hü /at« 
(Shakbp., Oth. 3, 3-)- I^f'Br your ^1«. ^iU cn-taia a/the bearar's 
p^itnce (Btb., Wern. 2, 1.). LWerloM of the utw (Shaibf., 
I Beory IV. 1, 1.)- 

gl. tür de qch., wrfoM d« rjaanr. Sat Mrfu«, «eeurv«, .^ttihi/Uj 
mit b. Otnitiu. 

ßtua^T, gebeut, (etDiigt, forgfam, »otftt^tig, ai^t» 
fant, unetngcbtnf, ttnbeujugt, foigloS ic. unb dtibnr 
t&j(ttiot, Utl^e SBa^rnft^muitg, Sufmeilfamitit, Sin' 
\iiit, lEriunciune ober bae @egcnt^cU anbenten, uojn an> 
monifdri unb Diele tomantf^e SSäiter itnb jum Zfftii ^^bribifi^t 
3ufammen(e(UngeiI gebären, tSte aaart, imtibU, insemibk, tentr- 
lai, watehfut, mind/vl, mmdleu, Mtmiaäfiil, forgetfui, earefal, 
eardest, heed/ul, httdless, tkonghiless , lisüeis, regardlcai, rrcklat, 
mteUigetii, ignorunt, cauHota, incautioiu, obtervaat, lagacioiu, co»- 
teiaax, tmco»*eioiu, /atliilt, «eglit/enl, negltetfid, confident, d^ßdvt 

n. a. 

He bad beeome amart of tht power and energy of hii cbaracter 
(Bui-W., BieDzi 1, 4.). I nm quite Ovare of (hat (DiCKXKfl, 
Niekleby2, 13.). Seiuible o/ ^rv/ (Shaksp., John 3, 4.). Being 
duly imiibU of my own demeriis (Bulw., Lady of Lyons 1, 1.). 
Can yoa tbink me msauihle qft&e itterttt you eliaw me? (Scott, 
R> Boy ^.j I am maeltss of yoitr wrath (Shakbp. , Cyinb. 1, 
2.). He had alwaya been mtnd/W of kii heailA (JtlACAUI.., H. 
of E. n. 1.). Not miadltu of theie mightn timtt Was Alp (Btb., 
Sege 15.). Vnmindfiil of Üeir Maier (MiLT., F. L. 11, 611.). 
RrgeffMl of Ibe tloaing dag (Scott, L. Minstr. G, eztr.). Car^ 
of mg konour (Shkrid., Biv. i, 1.). Cartlee» of her titter'» famt 
(Cowp. p. 108.). I had been lika hetdfiU of tht other (Shaksp., 
Com. of £rr. 1, 1.). Thera in tbe min, htedUis of the dtad, 
The abellef-ieekiog peasaat baildi hia abed (Goldsm., TraTeller). 
Nor are onr brothera thougUhs» of their ii» (Yodkq, H. Th. 4, 
643). IUgardie$i of tht Nist wherein he aat (Milt., F. L. 3, 
308.). I wai Qtterly reeklet* of what ahoald happea to me 
(WBrrK Melville, Oigby Grand 12.), InteüigerU of taton* 
(Milt., P. L. 7, 427.). Ignorant of the groitnd wbere I waa atan- 
£ng (Coleb., Picc. 3, 1.). By night he fled . . eautioM of dof 
CMax^ P. L. 9, 58.). Sagacunu of hit quarrg from so far (10, 
281.). Omteiout of Uu adoancing aid (Scott, L. Minatr. 4, 
30.). E^acoMdow of Iht near rei^f (4, 33.). Thea faUibU . . Of 
/htere we may deem him (Milt., F. L. 6, 438.). ÜegUgttt of 
hm dMtg (Blair, Serm.). H^leetfiü of o» körne afairt (YoüHCi, 



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254 ^^- XBint- u. eoJifflgBns. I.nf^ Ontffisuns- II- S). ab». Ca^bc^ 

N. Th. 5, 149.). DiffUe*! 0/ wüdom (Hilt., P. L. 8, 562.) 
tl. fc. 0. 

3n b« SIttrtn 3rft fommm iwnige BbjihiM, ninmittt^ lamatitl^ 
Sbftammung, bot: flitt. The« wm he aaare <tf a joUg heggar (Boa. 
HoOD, VXXm. II. 123.). Of my eomiTu; no nun ig wart (Cov. Hth. 
p. 187.). SJgl. «6(11 bcwftre ®. 2S8. Änebrütft ttit That other ii 
lewed <jr tluii labour (P. PLOncmi. p. 337.) twiftn t^ auf pntMttIK 
Sfbtututta. (nlbf. ffii of Oodtn lare (Orh. ISBTO.). Hc woUdc 
worr^enn im> Off Ckriit - wba» wihht he wäre (11611.); uit SItf. K« 
ic gio manne« ni nKrih >nf [Huuiixii 540.) n. Kltnoib. Pu rard «k 
ßeit vü (HBi.RBid Brtxb. 13.), ttDtfn iDtiS tDiibctt iinb gtmtf 
UXlbctl dnunbra btgtgnetl. — Julina Cesar of kit härmt mat mar 
(Lajak. I. 341.). CartUt . . of ßare Oke ferde (II. SC). Clarsten 
a/ Catulantinet eutme (U. 401.). dm Sflf. ^W «Ar, 9enyTU% K- 
mit b«n ®tnittb: He »i» w oar(SA». Chb. 1140.). I,än;enyw(tr 
{Cmdx. 1774.). 9tDinaiiifi^'ktnai{c^ SbjtttiM triniuni an bit Itnr 
^ttion Bon eotucitu, neieiiu, snarui, iffnarvt, peritai, imperitaM, 
memor, vntnemcr, prüden», providiu, negGgenM n. baL mit bctttfdbai 

fialue. 

er^jif^t, begierig, e^raeijiö, eifetfftc^tig, neibift^, 
bantbengebnlbig, ungebulbig itnb anbete Sigetifd)aftcn, UkEi^ 
eint auf (inen (Segenftanb geiii^tete @emnt^0{limmuitg btjdd^nen, 
teilen p^ ben »origen abjctliioen an: fand, eager, namourtd, 
lender, greedy, detirwis, sladiout, jealout, emidout, ambüitnu, tMp»- 
eioKt, enviout, palitut, impatient, indvlgenl n. 0. 

Fond of grief (SaAXäf., John 3, 4.). Fond of gaiae amd fVeaei 
foppery (Golmu-, Sbe Stoopi 1.). Mr. Nightingale, wbo gnw 
every miaute foiuitr of Jonei, waa very ditirouM of tut eomp^K) 
(PiELD., T. Jon. 13, C). He ma u /owJ of lumting u «rar 
(Whttk MKI.VILI.K, Uigby Grinil II.). I wu numiowed q/' is 
«( (Shaksp., Mid«. N. Ur. 4, 1.). Flavia most (niifn- of i«r owi 
pootj (tam« (CoWP. p. 108.). He was profonudly ignorant, pretdj 
of Aoofy, unecrupulouB bow he acquired it (Scott, Qo. Ddtw. 
6.). Be DOt detirout of ki» daintiet (Fbov. 23, 3.). Sludiau 
qf hü eoM (Cowp. p. 164.). Jratous of h«r.dignitg, SäuUoaa tf 
home . . Of Earih mpieioui (YocKO , N. Th. 5, 460.). Baulom 
qT the »tme o( Brutua (Bulw., Bienxi 2, 8.). I am not amdi- 
Jioiu of Ihe honoured diatvteliott , digito monitrari (Scott , Bride 
of L. 1.). Enviotit of tmolher'M virtat (Middl^tok, Gic«n). 
Patient of tha fmliagt of my frienda (Bowb, Fair Penit. 4, 1.)- 
la^atient of an injuiy (2, 3.). The feeble old, iadulgent tf Otiir 
COM (Drtdkn). Men not □ncommon in the latt Century, «fco 
were detoted to knowledge, yet dUdainfut of Um faaie (Bni.«-, 
Eng. Aram 1, 4.). 

Snbtnbungoi mit anbeten $t5t>e|itioReit finb ni^t vmneaßpiäät, tm 
btt Uon eager mit for, after, □□, uon tnomoured mit on (3h.), atviam 
mit at, againtt, befonbetl in Sc)ug auf Reifen ennamtn. Fond }kbi & 
fon ge^Btig, b«m blt altnorb. gotm/äna, fatne ae gerere in 9naAt 
Hqt, iß »0^1 bie im 9tte. BDtiDtnmenbe $atticit^iaIfoTIn fofutjd ((. 
WtoLTFFB f, Dial. of Craren I. 159.). S)b« S. ftnbtt fH tn VÜl: 
Siit, T«/on (Towa. 11. p. 94.). flRit etMT Vt^MfUfm ft^tint t< »41 
t)w|idnniiiaL Orttd^ fwtb KTf^tfii^l^ bcn Oetttiii M fb^: Ksf. 



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Am 16 Ift tubd gtdu gradif (QsEia, Agi. Pom. IL S84.). 9Ran^ 
niettiet ntnanif<^ mpaminnng ^töi or |iim Orfot twn de, »^ 
Ute 0/ Air« nanpe lovt «el tlenroui (Aijiu 416.); [n bottn de fr. 
dMnoK, jalau, enrieux. iat. tttieiu, dtiigeat, paiient, ünjxMten«, tn- 
Ailgau mit fetin Stnit üaütn jn nxttneni In^tte. 

3)it atifftiöe auf ivt, tteli^t mit of jufammHitHlen, ffigoi jl(^ 
Wna Beftimmttn ÄtafTe öon S3eflrif(tn; fit finb jebct^ alte öon 
SnBalftämmfn abgeleitet unb Ijabtti bett grammatifi^en JQJert^ 
Ben afliben ^Ttia)>ieii. X)a^in jlnb )u r^nttt: indieativt, ex- 
priuwc, opprehentie«, prodacUv», deririKtiue, dtMUryitice, commMM- 
eatne a. a. 

Hia frame wu . . indicativt nf eontiderahlt Btre»g& (Bdlw., bU- 
trtT. 1, 1.). Each Terae ao awelU ta^retMhe of her woe* (Tickeix, 
P.). Bowarda, tbat «ither would to virtae bring So jo;, or be 
detlraetivt of Oe lAinj (FOPX, EaM^ od M. i, 181.). Oehhmk- 
MoafiM (/ tke good he owna (CoWP. p. 171.). ^(^ OnbCIC 
gonneti romanift^ SbjrftiDe lomnren (iftDtiten fo mt, toit 
ekaraelariitie , omMotu tt. a. : A thonund fsaia Which are not 
OMMOW of rigia (Byb., HeaTSn a. Barth. 1.). 

ee OT^mcti fcaii]. akieFtibt auf if Bfttr bit ^rilpDfUiDii de an: Ce 
(jmpEAine est indieatif (Tun« critt. Üas doctrine deitrudive di MUt 
morale (Aud.). 

es<^lieglii^ ifl neä) anjafftfinn , bag in Xnalogir git Iat $artkt))(nt 
pnf aiM, eil« an(( englifd^e ^artiopialfermen unf in^ Icii^tn p(^ mit of 
tcrbinbfn, atl bit ftfiTigen Berbalformcn ; A teacher ihonld be ^armg 
vf Ml *m!U (Cowp. p. 109.). Hii Ute m^'BBtf had thooght BaztO' 
tkierrmg of a hithoprie (Macaul., H. of E. IL 63.). Sidltfl.: He ia 
kamng cf Aüi (Cravkx Dul. II. 16.). 
it) ^e jutite Srt btr Set&inbnng oon Kbießtbtn mit bcm ben of 
begleiteten @eginftanbt ecfrSlt ben Stjaiöltcr einer fTciettn Hn* 
ffigunfl beS @Menßanbeä, an teeli^em bie ifigenft^aft lur (Srff^«' 
Mtug fonint. Sie beft^cönft flc^ ni^t auf be^tmnte Klaffen »on 
Ggoif<^ftM8tteni nnb fyxt baS SiQenti^Qmliqe, bog 'oaS ©üb' 
jctt, wcIciKin eine Sigettf^aft beigelegt wirb, biefe in bn ERegel 
eben infotoeit er^äit, ali fle bon bem befUmmenben @egenpanbe 
feCbß t>i3biciit toetben tann. 

Which >a aa Ihä of »abilanee aa the air (Siuesp., Rom. a, 
JbL 1, 4.). Nimble miachance, thon arl ao ügU of foat (Rieh. 
n. 3, 4.). A p«aMUit-l>oj, TiUBty and tta^t of /bot (Bogebs, 
It-, An AdTWil.). We cau «haw yoa wera ha liea, FUet ^ foat, 
taä lnB of tite (Scott, Hont. Song). Ha wu lo tVoa □/ limb 
(Btb., Siage So.), ^mtf of am wm HUwath* (Lasar. II. 
l&O.}. I au «fm» ^ 9>«aoA and of a slow tongoa (Bxon. 4, 
lO.X Tha carte, Bot rwb </ «pnoA {E, Walfolb, Myat. Uother 
1, l.y. Where tbe cjlron and oUve are /otmt offnät (Btb., 
Brida 1 , 1.). The Gair Alicia Of noble birth and eaqmiiüt of 
fetümre (Bown, J. Sbore 1, !.)• The fleah'd ioldter roogh and 
kard of ktn-t (Shaut., Henry V. 3, 3.). Which are ao vieak . 
^ eow^e <III Hanrr VI. 4, 1.). Not moomfIMt of fpilk 
(IfiLT., P. L. 9, 29%.\ I eannot think theo jret ao lUt o/ 
ktart (Cowp. p. 180.). Be btAd tf cker (Scott, Bokebf 2, 



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31.). S>a^n tfl an^ jn rtc^ncn: Waa he not prodiim'd, B^ 
Bichard tbat dead ii, the «zf t>f blood (Sharbp., I Henr; I?. 
1, 3.). SgC: No kin, no love, DO &baiJ, no aoul lo ncor m« 
Aa the aireet Troilus (Sb&esp., Troil. k. Cr. 4, 2.}. 

37{it 0/ Uei^fclt im 9}euengtif(^cn ^Sufig in, wtiä)tS üMitat 
Bit( toeitei ItiQt: You aeem migbt)' low in spirib (Gat, B«gg. 
Op. 3, 1.). Qmleet in Jiffure, taiy in adresi (Cowp. p. 14.). Sh« 
waa ihorl in »tahtrt (Dickens, M. Chnzzle*. 1, 3.). Tha; tte t 
Uwlesa brood, Bot rougk tu /orm, nor mild in nuiod (Btb., BriJa 
3, 20.). GioTKQai Andrea«, "ho, tbongh liltk qf Xotan, wu 
great m renavm (TtaaVBB, It., The Baj of Gold). ®. m. 

S)et ®tttaui^ Bon of vtit^t 6ifl in ba« 5afBiai^rit(^< unb tjl im 8fit 
ftjr ^Sufig; Corineus. .!>»( «o sfrtmj was ofkmde (R. o» Gl. 1. 15,). (y 
hodi/ he irM «lj|^a and ilronge (Ipoh. 9.). Be (chal beo cro^ <iflmi, 
Ood verrjour, in3^Al!jr o/' A(?ik{ (Alu. 6S0.). Hj ben Aröun cf lian 
(G0S2.). OoTG LoTsnl . . jutynfe ii cf ginne (WracBT, Pop. Tnal. 
p. 133.). SloUe Emd »Ud^iut oj m-od (p. 138.). A looe^ lidj e^ 
fc«re (P. Fi-oDoHK, p. 10,). ThaC dougMii , . Thit dirtdfvi i> if «^ 
(p. 18.). In habiie aa an beremite Viihi^ cf werket Cp> I-l- ^'^ ■ 
/w& ij^ Äi« f^i , Fieket of hin tpeehe (p. 50.). Fair« of eaüaur 
(Hadkdkv. p. 101.]. Mike of mannen wua he (Sib Ci.wies Sl.). Tbe 
knjght gentyll of bhde (60.). King Bichard tras wioth aad enger ^ 
nood (Bicn. C. DK L. 1T95.), Three gtDÜ barouns of EDgland, inw 
(/ ipetch, doughly of hand (2091.). Who ji tr»ae <f hü langt (P. 
PLauoHU. p. 3D.). If he Co me be treu of lauf (Tuwn. H. p. 16.). 
Perelei prince mo*l cf patuU (p. 169.), ^t\i\. Nsa in nane tondt 
Hiaide Dan Bwa hende of tpeeehe & of dede (Lajam. II. 510.). Oii«ii 
and onuyWt ^ reode (II. 247,). Iiie Snumbung Mn of pimmt tto- 
001« mit btt btc afr. unb nft. d« ftbcnm. 3ni «g(. »tib Sin pm 
X^lbti ®tniti» gitrau^t: Giataa asmc tnSfiw aedce {Beot. SSO*.), 
pii ie on morgen gefrä^ mod« rSfan hebban herebfman (Cjna. 
80S7.). Hirn . . andsTarode godea spelboda gleäv gefiancei (Ü&S.V 
T&AaOgenee inim (Mssoi.. Fox. 499. )• T^ei heard (Cod. Exox. 11), 
S2.); wtldia inbcjfcn auc^ bem Satin ^ta^ mai^l nnb flba t« »ta 
(tjet^nde JTatcgent oft Sinanegt^L 

etoH bei ^i^oftion in für <f 1)at baS Hit«, ^flg na^ tn: ifor 
■he «M on lighte (Sib CLEoea S7.).' Feyre he was on /<><« and h^i 
(Ipou. T.). $atbF- Pa iward ich on nettme wunder «ne fear (Lajik 
n. 333.). ®n Ilgt nltnli^ bat Sgf. ^att «nc« iSmih» ob« Sotü m 
mit btm !SiitJe thttnten: He r£e ^td on vättiaum (I^c 19, >.> 
Xan; on bodig» (Bbda S, 16.). On bodige hetih (3, 14.). nÜf M 
Mm (GsN, 13, 11.). On ondavare and on ebu timttg (Cod. Eioi. 
IIB, SS.). On f^an U MJo (L66, 39.). 

7. AB« btt @ninb6ebflttmia b« ¥artiW "/ «ntwitftit fl(ö Idi^t W 
@«6raiit^ berfelbot iit partitiBtin ©innt. S)ie ^tfipopticn tritt ja 
bnn Segriffe, umI<^(t baä @anjc ober bie @([amintBeit bejci^nÄ 
ttoeoR ein Sr^eil ober einzelne dnbioibuen in ^etrac^t nmmeii. 

3)ie partitice Scftimmung lann an bie Stelle bei fjrJlbifatitci 
treten, fo namentlii^ 6ei bem Seittooit be. 

I» »he ofAe wickedf la thine hoatAaa here of At wiekidf (ShasU., 
U Henry IV. 2, 2.) All ore not of tky (rwn (Mü-t-, P. L. 6, 143.). 
Altho' hie borae Aod btm of tkost That fed od man'a fleeh (Büii., 
Hod. 1,3, 463,). He H 0/ tt« ordtr of Koighta Templara (Seen, 



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Inobcw ä.); TQ^ncr ote Safiieft: And <f Ike tixlk day yet ramam'd 

{MiLT, p. L. 7, 504.); iuffltiten nn iJoffefilM fflebeutnng anfbreifoib: 

Tlu'g regioD, aui«I;, u not c/* (Ae nirlA (Koobbb, It., Naplee). 

@if fontnt (&ix aui^ an iStcQc einer objettiDtn Sefliramung bei 
tranfltices Serben »or. S3ie@ geft^te^t nantentlii^ bei ben Setbol* 
hgriffen, aeben, btingen, nehmen, t^ ei In ernten, effen, 
liinfen, fofien; givt, brhg, take, parlake (parHe^alt), tat, drmi, 
iroK, taste a. Q. 

She gow him o/ tta( fair enticini/ frvil (Milt., P. L. 9, 996.), 
Brng of the fruit of the Und (Nun. 13, 21.). She look of tke fha 
thcTGof (Gem. 3, G.}. And man; ■ friend, to friend mads kDOwn, 
Parlook of social ehetr (Scott, L. Minstr. 5, 6.). We ptxrtook of oor 
gesiil bost'a parting bangutl (Bride of L. 1.). Tbe dogs tat ef Ae 
trmbt (BdATTH. 15, 37.}. The clear aan . . Gaz'd hot, and ^ tke 
fffth mae Urgely drev) (Milt., P. L. 11, 844.). To latle of Brmk- 
umt eheer (Scott, L. Minatr. f», 5.), ^oä) auä} Ollbere ttonfltitte 
BeilODiter lotnmen »oi: And □/ Aü skill, m bards avow. Ha tmigkt 
ibit Lsdye fair (I, 12.). Aa He halh made ine of tAe leait Of tfaoBe 
»« oDt from Eden'a gate (Byk., Heavea a. Earth 1.). 3" &niier!en 
ip aa^ ber ^oSi, in Uelc^em bet @e|anintt^eit bie fämintti^eii -^nbi« 
Dibaen, Ueld^e Mfc ange^xen, beigegeben fmb: Of prisontrt, Hotipnr 
look Mordake, tke rar/ of f^e etc. (SlTAKBP., I Hanrj IV. 1, 1.), IDD 
hiB t)tüt\il}t an uerwenbet, wie lai granj. dt: Troi» de tod«. 

Die ätitnwrter pariake, partieipait loerben baneben mit w lonfhnirt, 
Mobfi bie partitioe Seflimmung ber beö aKitcinaef^toflenfein« 
lKi(tl. Partake nimmt au^, tvie bie anbeten ange!ül)iten Serba, ben 
lllnfatio: Thou deigneat to parlake their kyma (Bsr., Heaven a. 
£aTth 1.). Ye Have sbared man'a aia, and, it may be, now mnst 
Farttkt kis pumsknient (3,). 

e« nnb "/ in «Uni epiacbt>niobnt wnwnbet: 9Itc. And ronr thootand 
Mrk ;-iende, For lo beon of hit frtondrede (Ai.u. 1187.). Tbooghe thnt 
ma bryngen of ike plawilet (Maukdkv. p. SQ.). He mjglite not have <f 
Ike oyU at morcy (p. 11.). And ipreynl Iheron of the herbvt (Alis. 341.). 
Hc itygb äye of kit barouru (111). Wich his axe doan he laepe Of Iht 
Sartxynee, as b«re doth »chepe [Rich. C. de L. 6929,). I hold yoa ^ Ibt 
frtnt {Towv. M. p. 9*.). ^M\. Ji/ heom o/ ^ne /onde (LijAiL IL 
181). A-omen o/ A« ifode (II. 326.). He <bI of one uüce (III. 278.). W 
Pm uatere he drone (II. 407.). Be ^i»«(Is of hü kod-fotke [llt. 81.). 
Heo rnbten, it feinden of Aia manne« (I. &5.). 2)it8 Sgf. b^t IViix einen 
pailttisen ©entliu: HJ dypodon and ntu p&ra {le liig gehaldB (Pfc IT, 
U.). Se abbot Täa ghdAera ^üdera) manna (Sax. Cbr. 106E.). Oif he 
Nun« t«n: freimda hUfi, ^a fiät dön darron (Leco. äthklr. Foed. Ängl. 
t Dan. 10.). Genam ^ai pät ofätei (Cäbm. 490). Se piu v/UlmeM 
dhUi (467.)i aScr (t&i bänfia tritt of mit btm Datiu on (eine ©tttlc pi 
wnwi of nmdoT-häigm (Job. 1, 24.). SgUad üs o/eiprum ife (M*ih. 25, 
8.). Syfle t>e God of heofeoea dedre, and o/ eordan /teftiii»« (Qk». 37, 
38.). Fitjad mid edy o/ twere eordan vlutmum (Nu«. 13, 21.). He nimd 
^■Intan (Job. IG, 14. 16.}. Ifyvum of Au blbde (Ekod. 13, 7.). Genom 
iif^ tmWe« DdiAne (Gek. 3, 6.). £t of mtnum Aundxle (Oen. 37, \i.). 
ti hTclpM eliut of ftäm erumum (Math. IS, 37.). He drone qf f>am vfM 
(Go. 9, 21). Selbp an bn ©ttHe bee ©ubjectrt liebt teim ¥«(11» bie 
nnt^Rtbang: Of In» hüt-carlum and eic pi» cyngw nt«*»! t»» cfüigtne 
flU^, na<- Vi- "' 11 ,-. , 

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(Sax. Cbk 1054.}- ®'i>tt M fwTtitiMtt iSenitiu finbtt man na^ M Vtila 
jl^Dn ftü^ im ffiot^. unb lUtnoib. biflOxilUI af. ffiot^. Handoa mo/jond o^ 
dranJitnam barae (Miuc. 7, 28.)< SltllOlb. Mun ek Üdia t^ kmaagm 

(GndRQN^HKT. II. 33.)- 

SEJenn ein fupetlatioifc^ea atstrS ba« 3«tf">rt 6c|limiiit, fo 
wirft tiefer ©uperlatie auf bie ©e|iimmung mit of, iubrai auf tint 
©efamtnt^eit Bon ©egtnpänben ober ^etfonen, bie getoä^nti«^ iadi 
all ^erborge^ofcen ip, Sejug flenommen toirb, Don benen einjdne oU 
©uBjette eber Cbielte buri^ bie I^ätigleit im l^Bi^flen ©rabe berfi^rt 
toerben. 

And him my tiaaband beit of all affeets (Shakbp., Meirj' W. i, i). 
0/ all the prftalei ha likfd Ken the bttt (Macaul., H. of E. II. 7.). 

a)ie fupevlatiuift^e abotrHatbefÜmmung laitn aBer qu^ tinnjegfol- 
ten: I dulikc Ihem of all tliingt (Goldsm., She Stoopi 3.). „Tni gliil 
yoa like my tutme." — „Of aÜ tbings." (Sodtheiw, Oroon. 1, 1) 
3>it aCittung biefer HuebrudSWeife ijt bieferte mit bet eben ttjrii^ 
neten, bie grammatift^e Sejie^unf; dnigermaßen obroeiclietib , intni 
Wer bit SJorfieDutig einer ÄuSfi^eibung aai ber Oefanimt^tit in hi 
Sorbergrunb tritl- 

3)ei: ®tbrau<6 teS @n)>cr[iitii9' XbuerbS in lofc^cr Sejic^ung iji lU: 
$albf. He of aäe monnen mait hine It^ede (Lau*». III, 88.), in twiin 
»erWabniia fonfl au* b« olle ©tnitio angetroffen »irb, bn im Äjf- 
feine SteÜc ^t: .<£ri»l Englücra einiaga he geaetta Eislor - Itlten (S^ 
Cor. 64D.). !Die bcnonnbtc flonlhuhiDn o(ne ©uptrfali» (ennl bat tUb.: 
Blyntd be tbou o/ s^e monum (Town. M. p. 81.); Womit man «igln^i: 
Thi» ia n wonderfulle thyng to wjrtt, 0/ alle the warte» that erer wer« ip. 61.), 
Zu« Sgl. bittet bie ^TSpurition an: ßa earl gthUlMod on rlfum (Lic. I, 

28), i. i. in, inwr. ätnrt of fann man bem griecb. ig berglei^ts, tM(fli (• 
fonp au<4 no<^ im SngCilt^en flebl: Ktsq ua wbom he hath called, doi 9 
(fte Je», only, bot also of Ae Omtüa («om. 9, 2i.) = l^ 'Uvtsi^, ^M 
out of ftreifcnb, obiuDbl ber ^nitioni Sebeulung nitfit ganj entirnnttt 
8.X)ur(^ of mit feinem ffafuS wirb audr eine qualitatioe IBeflitnniinA 
änägebraift. (Sine fonircte ober abfhafte Sai^e bient jum itnAn« 
ber iÖefc^affenVit cinefl ©egenpanbe«. 3Tifoftrn ber @tjeiip«l 
jener ©ac^e fubfumirt erfi^eitit, grtnjt tiefe Seftimmung an tie IMi' 
titioe; anbererfeiW fheift fle an bie poffli^e Sejliramung beffelto- 
3n ber ffier&inbung mit bem 3«l"»irte erfc^eint fie befontcr« oW pä- 
bitatiue SSeflimmung. 

Hie very haic ia of the distembling colour (Shaksp., As Yod 1A» 
It, 3, i.). Be of comforti my father ia of a fetter nalurt {Twp- 
1, 2.}. Sball than mj father'i will be of no forerP (Jobn 1, I.) ■ 
wa« at fiwt . . o/ ai/fci Ihtmgil, and (ow (Milt., P. L. 9, 571.). 1 
am not airare that I can bo of ony tenics to yoa bere (Dicnss. »- 
Chtuzle». I, 3.). His griof will bo of agtt (Byb. , HeavCD *, Ew^ 
1.). Haibert was . . □/ that kardy cortformaliin of limb anil i'oe*' 
which pTomiaes great strengtb (Scott, Monaatery 19.). 

Vfte. Be ia slow a» an a*<e, Of vad colour, of kard Aub (WdoO' 
Pop. Treat, p, 138.). Of tehyt colour hit bileTeÜi (ib.). Hc w» (f F* 
M» (Lakot. I. 8,). Hc waa q/" eijte ja- t nomo (K, ov Gu H. a^^i 
Alle ^ men [>at were i;^ prii (Limir. IL 368.). ^Ibf. Same nrnkHl 
^ Uf 0^ nucde I<un mabAu (Ohk. 7906.). Deofell i«t . . Of jrimm 
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StfUinininiS bnt Qcnitifi: Syä vd btA he H/m Teere (Lecq. J^thelk. 
Foed. ADgL & Dan, 10.). öfl t»t he Zvmlra sie (Leqq. Ldth. &, Eadt. fi.}. 
9.@tnni tnlftiric^t ol mit feinem RafnS einem porfeffintn ®eni* 
tiv, ba ^in Ber fte^iGif^e ©enitiv feine @telle ju behaupten f^flegi 

<y nci ifl the kingdom of God (Mark. 10, 14. Luke 18, 6.). 

8g(. SödVco weylcera ya heofea& lica (Maro. 10, 14.). €. ofitlt ^tni* 
liliv UDiBt^ungtn be< @enitiu liegen im (ünglifi^tii niC^t fern, j. 6. Ye 

bdong ID Chriit; Ugl. ForliBm ge Critta tjai (Mabo. S, 41.). {Bn eine 

OtnitisfoTtii , teie wa such, niii^t beliebt niiib, if] fceilitfl f»nß bic Onf^iei' 

kng bnec^ of (tfgtberlii^. 
olT, im älteren @n^lifi$en unb ^alSfSc^^ft^en nur grali^ifä bou of 
Kifi^iebeiT, trennt fi^ in bet jüngeren Sprache eon bitfem, inbem t& 
beftnberä bie ^ebeutun^ »on ettcaä ab obei ^in»eg fßr fic^ tu 9n> 
f;nt4 nimmt; bie an ber gocm ertennbare Sebeutung tDei;rt ^ie unb hl 
ein äßiftjerfiänbnig a6, welc^in of untertoorfen fein tBnnte. 

3)ie ^räpofilion erfc^eint %äu% bei 2i^\Wixttz-a, weti^e t\t SSct« 
ßeQnng tinet Setoegung ent^ialten ober »orauefeljen laffen. 

Others c^ dovm branches off the trees (Uabk, 11, 6.}. She lishltd 
«ff lit camel (Gen. 24, 64.). Wbea be »as /aJfa'n? o/ Aü «tetd (Bvtl., 
Hnd. 1, 2, 938.}. Aegfty'd to ;iua bim o/ ku eteed (1, 3, 670.). He 
bnm into a äood of tears, and retired off Ihg slage (Goldsu., Vic. 19.). 
He katk taien Beveral poor off our hands tbat the luw irould never Im^ 
boM oa (FiEij>., J. Ändr. 4 , 3.). Tbia beavy reapongabÜity will be 
Iah» »ff my shouldert (Bocrcic, Lond. Aasur. 1, 1.), S^e JHmpid off 

in- duar (Mabkyat, Pet. Simple 1, 1.). !Dit SorPelluna Per Setoe- 
gmig erfliebt fiel) in onberen %5,Utn leitet: Mj wife hat imt bim ber 
aniMk i^ A«r Aacf (Ben JonB. , Er. M. in bis Hum. 3, 3.). I ftaked 
hin to dine vrilh two counts, off gold platt (Tbackerat i. y. DaUa Gr. 

p. 318,). SDieö iji ou4 bei off hwid, pon bev ^anb Weg, witboot 
•tadj or preparation, ber ^aUi How abe irill read off hand (Sherid., 
Kt. 2, 2). 

Sei bem Segtiffe ber Wu^ e wirb t^eiW ba« Eroebniß einer Sort. 
beWegung, t^dtfl bie entfemung ßter^anpl buri^ off bejeitiinet. 

Twill be off yovr mijid to-morrow (SHStttD., Riv. 3, 4.). Mra. 
Cntchit Said that now tbe weigbt um off her mind (DicKEKS, Cbristm. 
Cw. 3.). To be off Ofw'r Uys (Smart v. oiT)- Sbe ia a. decent actreu 
OL the boarda, and a great sctreaa off tkem (Tati^h a. Rbade, Maake 1, 
1.). — He wing3 bis waj- Not far off Heaü'n, in the precineta of light 
(Hilt., P. L. 3, 88.). Two mÜes off Ihü place (Smart v. off). — Eer 
«bfianb »on fcem genannten ®egenpanbe erhält, namentli(t in feemfln- 
irif^rr auattu^Sroeife, jugteic^ bie ©e^ei^nung einer beflimmten Stii^tuna, 
tteiti off unferem auf ber ^'D)}t, fr. ^ Ia hanteur, unter bemfelben 
Sreitengrabe, entfpric^l : Adrairal Barrington . . moorcd in a Bimilar manner 
of 8t. Laeia (Soutbey, Life of Nels.). Tbe Heldarenbergh . . appeared 
of Ott porl of Lyme {Macaul., H. of E. U. 142.). Van Diemen's 
I*nd . . is an ialand \ftng off the southem exlremity of the maialand 
of Anitralia (CHAMBKHa, Informat. II. 285). 

güi bie fluten ©prfl4t>ti^''>l'™. f" benen of unb off Hnlerf<^ieb«to8 
Mfeii einanbet l^erge^, bebarf e< [einer !Ra<!blMifung. 3Ran fe^e of. Z)aS 
Igl. bietet tutOrtt^ an entlvret^tnben SStelUn of: BAgaa qf pan irt&inan 
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JMtxni (Mute, tl, 80- XlAte o/ fima offtndt {Gas. 31, 64.); aui^ M ben 
etoii^ bn Ka^e: S^ hit innau Uode, i^ hit of landt (Lsaa. Cmr. L 
B. 75.), f. ©. 223. hec \tm&taii[i)t ®e6raiii^ öon off bntint pi^ in t« 

©ie fi4 ojf in oiettn SäQen mit //w» Berührt, fo »irb rf aa(^ mit 
/rom Der^unben, o^ne tiag, tcte 6ti anberen ^eitinbungen bon $:$• 

fiofltionen, beren fpäter gebaut »erben wirb, tie erpe ^topofltion bo« 
clgenbe tiiSpofitionale ©agglieb nä^er Beflimmt. 

Wilh sliame . . be was carried From off o\w coatt (Shaksp. , Cymb. 
8, 1.). ThoQgh from off the bongha e&cli marn We bnigh melliflnoia 
dowB (MttT., F. L. 5, 428.). The water« rBtnrned "/rtm off tkt cord 
(Gbit. 8, 3.). This day have I rolled awsy the reproach of Egypt 
/rem off yoH (Jobh. 5, 9.)- Again I aay — that turban tear Fnm 
off tky faülOeu brom {Byb., Siege 21.). Änbetfi mobiftjiTt fl^ her Äufr 
brud in off^ /rom: Thera wm a good way oj" /rom (Am an heri 
(Matth. 8 , 80.). Sil milQB off from AmplMU (ShaksPt Henry Vlü. 
4, 1.). 

Jigl. ®S)M. Bat m kiu frae äff hü rony Upt Gi'ei rtren^fa aonr lo 
ma [NuKURv SoKoa Qlwgow 1841. p. !,)■ 3m ftgl. Ile^t an (ntf|)n$ai' 
bm ©«tttn o/ obet /rwn; [li vätera fil gecirdon of ftart eordan (Gü. 8, 
8.}. Sa tä däg ic Uydf t>»ra Egiptiocra bosp /rom «difruM <3nnu 
(Jos. 5, 9.). 

oot of, agf. ä* of, attnotb. ö( a/, ijl eine 9Jtr6inbung, toorin bal 
ODt als HbverB tcirffam Qebac^ meibeti mag. 8(4 einfache ^ripuritien 
ttie im ®ot^. jU, Ä^b. ü*, au«, eifi^eint ((^on im Ägf. Ute, äi feite«, 
nie in Qte cyricaa in Lib. Constit. Wilk. 113, i. E. ErrMllLLES Lex. 
p, 70., o6»o^l ttit oat noi^ (pätet bitoeilen im Mite, antreffen: I chi^ 
the faat oat Ikt ttttiph thou go (Cov. Mtst. p. li.). Maj eaclawcdrea 
hya felows oute rwoit (Haluw., Freemas. 378.). Statt ovf o/ ^e^t 
au^/rom out. @. l.a) gu (Snbe. 

1. 3n räHmlidfer JSejie^ung toirb owi of bielfat^ feit fideflet 3* 
oemenbet. 

a) Se wirb mit Serben ber SSeteegung berSunben. ^er Bcuntc 
©egen^anb Wirb ali auS ttmai ^eraud ge&enb gebaut, l(i 
«8 aus bem Oiintrn eines ringä umf^tieficnben ©egenjlanbe« ober 
fibeT^upt einer Begrenjenben ©p^äre; mit biefei SJcrfltllung nif(^ 
fi(^ bie Sebeutung aud etwaä l^inUeg. 

Ontranfitioe Serbo ber Bewegung tommen oft mit oot of 
in Ser&inbung; The blood of Ctesar..ÄB nukng out of daan 
(Sbakbf., JuI. Ca». 3, 2.). Anon ovl of Me tartk a fabric böge 
Säst (MiLT., P, L. 1, TIC). Jeans. .KMl up atraightway od 
of the water (Matth. 3, 16.). Tbe aas bmud aaide oat of &t 
way (NUMB. 22, 23.). By every word that praceedttk oiri o/ tbe 
movili (Matth. 4, 4.). I do want to iltal out of tkt ne» 
(GoLDBu., She Stoops 3.}. My nncle lt<^td out of the eowt 
(DiCKINS, Pickw. 2, 20.). He wanted Xo get ovl of Ikt b«^ 
(OXEMT., Twice Kilted 2, 2.). Hia firit counaellor and miniitar 
of itat«, that . . never dtparttd out q^ ki» tigbi {Si>zctatob, Miy 
8, 1710.). Dick TiDto mended hia pace to jrt out of itviij 
(Scott, Bride of L. 1.). Sitblit^: Oat of cUidhood into maa- 
hood Now lud pnmn my Htawatha (Lothqp. ü. 180.). W^ 

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tif(^: Oirt 0^ ow imy/ (Shaesp-, Temp. 1, 1.) Oirf o/ My n?A(/ 
(John 4, 2.) a>affer6e ip Bei ttonfiliötii Sertttt ber gall, 
ttttt^e bie SorfielJung einer gottSetteßinig enl^alten: I come to 
have thue Unu/ me out 0/ doorj (Shakbp., Tim. of Ath. 1, 2.), 
Lest they should be put oat of the riptagoffue (John. 12, 43.). 
Neither ahail bd; man pluek them out 0/ my kand (10, 38.), 
Hj nncle wrenched the ill looking man'« sword ftom his grup, 
waA ßung it clHan on/ d^ the eoach-mndow (Dicbkns, Fickw. 2, 
20.). I would have him carrüd out of ike haut« (Oxknf., Twice 
EiUed 2, 2.). I shatl gel it all out of htm (Stbbni, Tr. Sbaudy 
6, G.). anflfofl Beiben anbete STttnligfeiten fieljonbett, toelt^e Bon 
tinttn @egeti|ianbe audge^enb ^ttaä^t toerben: And taugki the 
people out of the »kip (Luek 5, 3.). She has a. lapdog that eat$ 

onf of goi4 (Shkrid., Riv. I, 1.); ü6er^Qiit!t fofifie, bit bie Skr» 
ontojlnng yx einer (Entfenmnfl unb ÄHafmeibuna »er- 
ben. S)a^in ge^Bren St^ätigteilöbegriffe wie rufen, ttä^Ien, 
fonbern, befreien ic. anä etioae: ChU of Egypt hae» l ealUd mj 
son (Matth. 2, If).). 1 have ekoatn jou out of the world (John 
15, 19.). The hero of Lodi might make kü ehoke out of the 
proudest famüiei in France (Bulw., Lady of Lyons 5, 1.). If 
WB should wut tili yaa..had reJtcted The smallett out of four 
axd tmenti/ eviü, I'faith ve shonld wait long (Colxs., Ficc. I, 
2.). It will 6« got tffted, like wheat out of the chaff (Carl., 
Psat a. Frei. 1 , 5.). Being dtHvered ovt of Ike hand of onr 
enemiea (Ldkk 1, 74.). fSlafft liegt auH) bie £i(tili(!^e ^erWen« 
bnng Bon ont of, Idd eine X^Stigfeit audgefagt tfl, büxä) teAäft 
eine ^erfon anS einem 3"Pfl"bf ober einer @emüt^dt)er> 
faffnng ae6rarf|t toirb, tootei außer SötöiBrtem wie tnai^eit, 
mat fi^tetfen, Ia{^en, fd^meii^etn, fc^teatjen u. bgt, nuU«, 
frigkt, iaugh, lalk, ckatter IC. Cotfommen: TheM humble canaido- 
rationa make me out of love with my greatneaB (Shakbp., II 
Henry IV. 2.). To be farious Ig to be frigkttd out of fear 
(Ant a. aeop. 3, 11.)- You frighlen her out of ker will (Bulw^ 
Honey 5, 5.). He also laagked him out of oQ rtipml for goda 
(Lkwes, G. 1. 60.). %uf ärt[i<6e 93ebeiitnng gc^en anc^ bie @ä^e 
jnrfirf, bie bae <£ntne^men, Snfü^ien ober Seiseifen einer 
@a(^e, namentlifi) ane SÜ^etn, \iM beren au^ i^re SüerfalTet 
genannt tsrrben, anSfagen: Feranading them coocerning Jesna, 
both oiä ef the lata of Mokr, and (nii of the propheti (Acts 28, 
33.). 1 will repeat ;od aome fine Unea out of Horaee (Field-, 
T. Jon. 12, 8.). 3n bem formelhaften om of hmd b. i. imme< 
diatoly iß bie Sejngna^me auf SeVoegung Rar: We will proclaim 
70a out of hmd (Shaksp., III Henry VI. 4, 7.). They mvTf 
her onf q/* kand to the aea-captain (Soutukru, Oroon. 2, 1.). 

SM (Scfiion^ be« auf baB Uvat^lt @a61ctt ober OEJcrt ttjognttn 
oMt <jf ift in Tdx Srtlit^er eejit^miQ olltn ®l)ta<!^t>ctteben etmcin. 
XQc Aa (hon nxt the lijtiDge ont ^ (he äoade aende {Wuoiit, Fop. 
Tita. p. 134.). A dragon erep out of the teAeOe (Aua. tili.). Oul 
^ Tnde . . Hirn com Imvghtit mony on (SBBS.). That conn« . . 
itooDge knightt«! out tf her laddki here (4S3T.). The wind wu 

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n.V). SBott-iLeatfüBiinfl. I. WWn. aBortföBunfl- n, ©. flto.6flt*(fl. 

oua of the aorihaice (Bicb. C. de L. 131 (irM = CMii). Out ^Ae 
trlh herbj« »h«l fpfjnj (Tuwu. M. p. 2,). Oul of yt ahyt anon Voi- 
tig«r h}'il) drou (K. or Gl.. I. 105.). Auother . . cAac«iI himmif o^lAc 
e»m(M« (M*USDEV. p. 37.). Otit of Surrye, gnii oui qf Turlyt. .hi 
may arrere mo than SOOOO (p. 38.). ^altf. Fan he ut of miM Imde 
Lajam. I. 261.). W qf Lunilenes tune ferde L'der (II. 359.). F; of 
fiati fehle. .Eneai . .at-vond (I. 5.). Beo hine flemiUn «it of /mm 
londe (I. 14.). Modi fiuenden firatten u( of leiden (111. *G.). AUi iS 
J.« drumute wiil«riruiiich Ut of fie ßmte feiku (Ohm. 14482.). Igf. 
l»» him HrMgär gev&i . .6t ^ heaUe (Buv. I S28.). ponne ic jd it 
of fnue birig (Exon. 9, 29 ). pi föron ^i men äfter Cl of fxm 
byrig (Sax. Chr. 921.)- -f'lj^e hi man tK o/ ^»<wi earde (Lioo. 
jErBEi-a, IV. 8.). Ha äliedde fts fi( o/" Eyipla lande (Deuteh, 1, «.), 
md {»ä cynegas tii o/ pam seräfe (Jos. 10, 24.). Di( SenonibBIIJ 
in tin« a6|ira(ten Sp^fiK i(i tcf^fintt: Site, pat heo scholda so noH« 
falc . . Olli of leruage lett and out of praldome (B. or Gi.. I. lt.). 
We oughte for to chalenge the horitage, that oure fadre lafte lu, ud 
de it ovt of hechsne meiiDaa hondee (Mauhdev. p. 3.). Sehe detf- 
vered alle the lordea oul of pretottn (p. 89.}. Out of IhU Wa be 
wfll« yon njn (Tuwm. M. p. 60.}. $alt)[. pat he heom wolile Uadet 
out of |iane leodcn out of peotBedome (La.^am. I. IS.). To feMm 
mannkiTin . . Ul off fie defieu waCde (Orm. Ded. 203.). 3)il« agt-i 
uxli^ta of BiElfact toeriBnib(t, »o bit jüngere gprni^e out of luiftlt, >ii 
jeneB namnttlii^ Bei Ceti cn wie rufen, wä&Ien, 6e(teieti, wüixtti 
bae ®0t^ ÜB »orjie^t: Be ffilcoin »orde po </ Gode« mtitt« gxi 
(Uath. 4, 4.). 0/ jEgi/phim ic minne rana geelgpode (2, !&.). k 
eÖT ^eceiia of middan-earde (Juu. 15, 19.). 0/ üre fetinda haiA 
äl^ede (Luc. 1, 74.). 

from out tritt in ber neueren i£)jra^e nii^t fetten an bie Stdit 
bon oHt of in ben e6en angegeBenen gäHen. 

I give thia heavy ireight from off my head . . Tbe pride of 
kingly iway /rom ou^ my kearl (SujUfBP., Rieh. II. 4, 1.). Thit 
he ha» taken Iheae , . Away from oul Iht Emperor's domana — 
Thii ii HO doubUal tok«n of the nearneu Of some empCion 
(CoLER., Picc. 1, 3.). Where the heart not wholly Brius» itMf 
back from oat the tlr^e of duties (5, 3.). I »ee a duak and 
aKfnl figure rüe, Lika au iDfernnl god, from out the earih (Btk, 
Maofr. 3, 4.). Through «ome emerging world, Beeking and didt 
from oX Ikt slime (Hear. a. Earth <t.). To take tbem n'mt 
From <ml the ract of Caia (ib.). You'd have pluck'd Yoor heul 
from out Your breast (Shibid. Khowles, Hnnchb. 2, 3.). Bui 
from out of Werben Oerbunben: Whei« lia..taaded aafe J^roJ 
out of (^0$, to the ontaide bare Of thia round world (Mut., 
P. L, 10, 315.}. Speakiog once mora, in miraculoas thundei- 
voice, from otU of the centre of tbe world (Cabl., Put a. Fr« 
1 , 6.). Out from ifl tint fe[tenere Sirbinbung in ber nencrd 
©l^iai^e: Copper penniea of Henry II. are stitl ToDad there: — 
rotted out from tkt pouches of poor slain soldiera (Carl., Pa^ 
a. Prea. 2, 3.). Out at lann etenfaKö mit oia of gnfainiiica 
gcfleüt tDcrben: Ay, marry, now my bodI batb elbow-room: 1 
wokU not out at wiitdoui nor at iaon (Sbakbp., John 5, 7j 
Laolmg out at Ike vmäme (Tamiog 5, 1.). 

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{■(aimnnigcftcllt tß, n^ Diat jnintafTeii. t>agtem t|l bic bcm rat ^ 
StßiiHit fartihtMrSinbiiHB out fro nnb out at itm Ktt. nit^t unacISufis: 
Lm her not out fro Ihe iyrt« go (Rich, C. dk L, 219.). Thö fnjr 
«(( ai All moulh sprang (Alis. 547.). And aut at the dort Üuj 
iienl (Wright, Anecd. p. 107,). ©. Ihrougkout. 
b) SBtnn btr 2;itQtiflftit36«flriff leine »ejie^ung ouf eine Settegung 
cnt^tt cDer julägt, fo fomtnt bem oat of eorjugäueife bie Setrni- 
tung auger^alb ju. 

There'a Uvers oat o/ BnTain (Shäkbp, Cymh. 3, 4.). Podi- 
grees . . were to be found out of the honae of Lords as in it 
(Macaul., H. of B. I. 37.). The nama of Hvtletop traa bKrdly 
meationed by har out qf her mm domesHe cireU (Tbollopk, 
PramL ParaoD IL 16.). She was tbe daaghter of a cottager, 
OiU of ier sphere {Teknys. p. 227,). 

S^aiand einlebt fli$ eine 'Sit\\t bon SuäbrudWtifen, in lot\' 
(^ ouf o/%i[ä burd) baS D^ne()in na^e cemanbte Kükoai, t^ril« 
bnr^ iejojfrf unb anbtre Sartifeln etff(j&ar [(feinen mog, We ob« 
«De in bei SorfleQung bei Hudfi^Hegung axA bei ©p^to 
te« teiaegeßenen ©ubpontio6eflriffe« afeereintommen. S)o6ei ftran 
eStnfoeiuÜRangel al« bafl ^inauSfeinäber ettua« inSBetio^t 
{sBimeit. 

Neither can anything pleaae God that we do, if it be dooe 
oat of eharitg = without charity (Becon, Works p. 154.). Be 
n»; keep liii onn grace, bat he ia mtt of jnßne (Seukbp., 
U Henry IV. 1, 2.). 1 am out ofpaHence (Temp. 1, 1.), When, 
nrf of hope, bebold her, not far off (Milt., P. L. 8, 481 .). Botb 
knighta were otU of brtalh (Bnix., Had. I, 2, 813.). Beiog oat 
tf monejr aitd btamtst, he feil into evil Company (Fteld., J. Andr, 
2, 1 7.). The «Oman ii out of her mhuu (Goldsh., She Stoopa 
S.). You »ere oui of humoar yeeterday (Bulw., Money 5, 5.). 
There's anotber nobler partofme, Out of your reath (SoVTffsSS, 
OrooD. 1 , 2.). They were aitoniahed out of measure (Mabe. 
10, 26.). S^o^ei bte häufigen ^eibinbungen mit tneiß ab|liatteti 
@ub|ijntiben, toie in out ofploc«, ofjice, tune, temper, tpirit; 
tMloa, Order, danger, faoour, tue, fa$hion, ntanber II. 0. Q. 

3n fi^nCii^er Seife gebiaudjt ba« 3tte. uat of im eigentlii^cn unb 
titblif^B ©iiine: l im. ouie of my gate (Tows. M. p. 198.). Whyl 
I hare be outrflonde (Cot. Mtst. p. ItT.). It hath be lared in Lent« 
And <nU <^ Lente bolhe (P. Piouciw. p. 273.). Now ia llie kyng oai 
1^ Igf (Alis. 7978.). Wod he was nygh out <jf viit (iSTO.). 9lB 
Igf. \Sftmt M tute {> lofnlem Sinnt mfjutommnt : Seti e& Ita At ^ 
fSdat vealdt (Sax. Cbk. 693.); anc^ gtttennt: Mnoeea gehrylc >e <Ua 
bJ qf mtfnttre (Leoo. ^niELa. a. MVIII. 6.). 3« onbeWI Cntal» 
bang ^e^ bülan. 6. wUhoat. 

S. Sic bie SorfleBung beä (Sntflc^enS tax» etUaS, fo ^fingt ou^ 
bie bee äRa^enS ober ftetbcrhiingcne auB tttoaS na^e mit 
bn SttUdfctt Sebeutung }ufamincn- 

The brocad« petticoat rises ouf of the mi»ea of Peru (Sfecta- 
TOK, Uay 19, 1710.). Keep thy heart with diligoDCa: iar out of 
<f «re tbe iasaea of Ufe (Prov. 4, 23.). To him glory and praiie, 
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L. 7, 186. cf. l, 1G2,). Did not yonr Maker mike Out of oU 
vmrlds thi« new one in few dayg? (Btr., CBin 1, 1) 

Unb bamit ^fingen fcte gSUe na^t jufammen, in bentit out of auf 
(aufalen 3''t''"""E"Ö''1fl teuttt: I honour him Even oui of yow 
riport (Shaesp., Cymb. 1, 1.). For eveo oiä of Ihal will I caaie 
these of CypruB to mutiDy (Oth. 2, 1.). Some food we had and 
■ome freth wuler, that A noble Neapolitan, Gonzalo, Out qf Att 
chariii/.. iii give qb (Temp. 1, S.). I clmadse thee not out t^ 
katred, buk oui of tove (Fieid., T. Jon. 3, 6.). 1 tWnk the bIj 
dog does it ont of malke (Bülw., Lady of Lyons 2, !.)■ They 
may have forced Iier to tbeee second bridals Out of nUalaken love 
(5, 1.). Didn't I gat a sorfeit out o/ compfawance . , ? (HoDsy 
1, 1.). 

Dtt WtEK ©tjradte tegnÜBt p$ 6'« "i'ff* mit "f. fianfal jh^ ont of 
CttoO in: Thinges paued mU of Irmge lytno from ■ mannea myndd 

(MilWDKV. p. 5.). 

3. nn bie ))aititine S9ebcutuiig bon of fhdft bie Sertotnbuna eon 
. ont of in Stju^ auf eine ®utnme, auä »eli^er ein numerift^ be|nnim> 
tet V)e.\l in SSetra^t flejoaen »irb. 

Nine timea out of len it ig over the Bridge of Sigfas tbat m 
pMB the narrow galf from Youlh to Maahood (Bulw. , Maltrav. 1, 
14.). Like other representativei, nine timea ouf o^ (m be ia a aileot 
in«mber (Lady of Lyons 2, 1.). 

2)aS SubtrattiDneMT^aitnig Uiib alt bafl Octantne^meit onC dun 
Summe borgtliclll. ICiefe l^nebrudewcift gt^Stt jängcin 3('t oi. 

SJSttxiltn flc^t oqC bttbD)!)Klt: Bring out those five kings nnto me otri 
^ Ihe eane (Jobb. 10, 24.), mit int alte.: Oui ö/ '^in Aand . . Ciut (w< 
thai appyi (Cov. Mtst. p. 2G.). San S^nlic^cn <£i;[^inunacn ttitb fidto 
Me »tbe idn. 

from, Oflf. /nrtn./rom; attnorb. /rd ; Qot^, alt^ot^b. oltf./ro»i, im 
®ol^. unb Ältnorb. bor^errfifttnb mit bem ^atib, juweit« mit tinem <m* 
beren Safud uertunben, ge^t auf bie rSumtt^e Sebeutuna bon ettoa^bti 
gnrfitf, unb betü^it f1^ Djelfai^ mit of, ofT, out of, »te bertitd me^rfa«^ 
nadigeniefen ift. l&i ^at auf läumÜi^ein unb ^eitlic^em ©eHett btn 
®ebran^ eon of beft^rflnlt, isfi^ienb eA in anbertn iSejie^ungoi bim^ 
wrfc^iebene ^röljojlHonen, toie bur(^ by nebfl of, oertrfitiflt ifl. ©cintt 
©egenfaQ ^at tS an to, «nfo, täl, wiftf. 

1. 3n räumüt^er Sebentung nimmt /rom ba feine ©teile ein, wo Mn 

einer Seuegunfl bon einem @egenftanbe ^er bie Kebe ifl, todite 

bann aui^ al9 Benesung bon einem @egenflanbe ani ober ^inteeg 

anfgefagt teerben fann, teobci in tinjelnen gällen bie Sli^tung {^in* 

anf, hinunter ic.) bur^ bra 3uf[iitimen^ans entfi^ieben »irb. 

ft) ^Quflfl tritt t9 ja intranfitiben Sietbeu bei Setoegung: I 

from my mislress come to you in pOBt (Shaksp. , Com. of Err. 1, 

2.). The baatard m ßed ß'Orn MtiHna (Hoch Ado 5, 1.). Tha 

Cbilde dtparUd from hiM father'* hau (Btr., Ch. Uar. 1, 7.}. U« 

owned tbat be kad parted from the Duit only a few honn befora 

(Hacaul., B. of £. II. IBö.) (Dgl. wUH). A mnrm'Hng aoand Of 

wstert ittued from a com (Milt. , F. L. 4, 453.). Mammon , Üu 

leut erected Bpirit that/cU Frim Hem'n (1, 679.). Fi-om Ut ((p« 

m^ed a groan (T.ohop. I. 115.). Sbe »larttdpom her segt (Scott, 



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L Ud«^. 5, 19.). Each ladje ^nnmg fron »tat with apeed; 
Vt^Ud eicli martbat /ron hU sleed (5, 24.). Ä genenl ahont 
ud aj now arojif /rom /Ae mtiUiltaie (Qu. Dnrw. 19. J. My aool 
tlfii from wy iorfy throngh my eyea (Socthern, Oroon. 2, 3,). 

f«n|l btti:^ before attgfbcutet ijl: The Saxon families trhoßedß^ 
it alermaaiing meord of the Conqueror (Scott, Minstr. I. 98.)j f. 
tefittr unten. 

Serta aön Art, bie an p(^ (eine gortBetteanitg tejtic^nen. Wer» 
bfli mit 9?üdfic^t auf ben ®egen|lanb ober iDtt, bon toel^em bie 
X^ätigleit ^ei, au% ober ^inffieg Qe^enb gebaut Ditb, bUT^ from 
il%T befümmt: Barth trembledfrom her entraiU (Milt., P. L. 9, 
1000.). A teardrop b-embltd front U$ laarce (Tbnntb. p. 252.). 
An aiDDlet Tbat in a golden chain huHg from hü neei (ItoQEBS, It., 
in AdTeat.). Tliia tempest, ^hieh . , threatg u« fron all quioieri 
(CoLER., Picc. 1, 3). From drtad Ltucadia't frtnoning tleg> VÜ 
pbuge ioto the ifhit«Diag d«ep (Tu. Moose p. ii.). A lamp 
bsm'd higb while he leanl from a niehe (Byb., D. Jaan 16, 16,). 
W« bave alept in one camp-bed, dmnk from on« glatg (Colkr., 
WtUeiuL 1, 10.). M? Boul h ebbiag from me (Str., MBnrr. 3, 
1.). Empires Aap« vwvlder'd from tht face of earA (Engl. Bards 
p. 314.). Even thJB . . ü fadmg from my mind (Whttb Melviixe, 
Digbj Grand 3.). 

Zianfitibe Üeiba, toeli^ eine (eueaenbe ül^ätigleit (tjeif^« - 
neu, Gnntn from in äSetbinbnng mit bem ©egenflanbe ermatten, Uon 
tedäjoa ttioaS )}tt ober fort Uvotgt toirb: MillionB of flamiug 
*TDrdc drvBK from tha thight Of mighty cbernbim (Milt., P. L. 
L 6G4.). She drno tha iplinter from Ihe teomd (Scott, L. Min«tr. 
3, 33.). Ai if the Being who spoke Aad been slotcty teafled from 
Ike tpol where she hsd commenced her melody (Monsstery 12.). 
fai) S^tigleiten, mläft an fi(^ leine g^cTtbenie^ung eineS @egen> 
SimbeB bebenlen, fSnnen in ber Setbinbang mit from eine fotii^ 
SAtUlntig erhalten: That jade eal hread from my hand (Shakbp., 
Bich. II. 5, 5.). DräiUng life from her loved eye» (Shellet, Pro- 
metb. 1.). Now ort thou Otrsed from Ihe earlh (Byk., Caio 3, 
I.). I eaU the phantoma of a thoniand haara Each from hü coiee- 
tttt graet (Stellet II[. 26.). To küs the blood Fron thtae 
f^ fett (Prometh. 1.). I mntt ehtdt thia lorrow fron Iky brow 
(Taifoürd, Ion 3, 1.). 

3ntT&n{ittt}e uie tiitnnttse 'ßttba ber anaeffl^rttn Srt nehmen 
nf in bcr filteren ^fini^e from jn f!4> nnmalnt^ bteft $aTti!eI -noSf 
Wpger mit of inlTflii^ Bejit^ung »ertanfcSt »iib. Site. The bayüat, 
loa wtrtia/ne fron Fraimoe (Wbioht, Folit. Sooga p. 18S.). Noichaltoir 
MT«^ me ga (Aus. 364.). Cotm l an frome ferre eotUri (Ipomyti. 
iH.). Ther IharS imelh tbe waterei faaU abonte from Ihe lee (Wbiqht, 
Pcf. Tnac. p. 137.). I^t ye bjja pat fro you alU9 (Town. M. p. 368.) 
dued himfro Tat reame (Lasut. I. 9.). He v>et to-drotee From Ihe 
Tottr <^ London« (Whiout, Folit Songs p. 321.). AI the clcrgie . . 
K« mighte me cracche fro helU (P. Ploucioi. p. 311.). ^tbf. From 
Pan luagt he rom riht (Lajaji. IT, 40S.). Pat folc hafden alle ijeten 
and armn from heore «efen (IlL 239.). And bi-tal /tvm fian JihU 

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UI. ISe.). Sgf. Huiig« amvä/ram edtt-dtde and vut-deiU (Hin. 
8, II.). FSrdt fram Jordane (Lcc. 4, 1,), Drihien lende regn/w« 
räderüm {Cxnu. 1366.). Ic &iil^a jione manDan >e ic gaceäp /m 
Axr« eonfon online (Gks. 6, 7.}. Sa« a^f. tMC^jelt, »le kdf eot^iii^, 
mit rram iinb of, af bei SnBm btv Scnxgung; in bn Sibtfüberfctn 
ivn^ni ^b( €f)iac^ Bfter im @tErau<!^e bicfcr ^tapDfUionni Mn nn> 
anbcr ab. 
b) ICie $aTtiM /mm wirb ottt am^, a%ef«f|eti wti bem Segrif|f bn 
Stwcgung, jnm «infamen SluSbruÄe TaumUc^ Snlff rnung, btl 
«SntferntfeinS, toel^ed (eidrt auf bit gdt toie auf ixt el^ifi^ 
@pl;äre ü^ertioaen loirb. Sie vetbinbtt fi(^ ba^et ani^ mit bcD 
aSefltiffen befl n^ßanbed, toie/ar, lüstant, rmofe, a4*«(, spsi; 

oioc/ IC. 

Mr. TibbeM too* ^om Aom« at the tima of our ealling (iBvntc, 
Bracebr. H. The Farm House); bilblii^: Bat tbii ü /renn nj> cm- 
müsion (Sh&kbp. , Tweltth N. 1, 5.); ba^cr au(^; Do not beliere 
TbaC /rom Ihe lenie of all eiiiilit!/, I thus vonld pUy and triSe iritb 
yoar reverence (Shakbp, , Oth. 1, I.). — . 111 be nat /ar fi<m fi» 
(Otb. 2, 1.). Framley charch was distant /rom thig jaat a quincr 
of s mile (Tbollofe, Framl. Psrson. 1, 2). Noir Hereo ceutnriM 
old, bow remote ig it from tu (Carl., Paat a. Pres, 2, 1,). Ooi 
race hatb always dwelt oparf ^om tkine (Btr-, Heav. a. Eaiih 3.). 
My lovers and my friende »land aloo/froat my «ore (Fb. 3&, H.]' 
Ee . . ilood aloo//rom olhtr mmds (Tbmmys. p. 37.). OppofiU to 
the mile-stone, that decUred bim to be ont müefroi» ***(Bdi.v-, 
ÄWtr. 1, 3.). 

alte, Frr fro kylh and fn kyn YtsIo y-clolhed jeden (P. Plocgbm. 

p. 534.). That I teile irith my tongue /> ftco myl« fro myn Aerf« (p. lOI.V 

Hit i» lo /or /rwn fAe (onne (Wrtobt, Pop. Trcat. p. 137.). (AÜf. 

Swa /err /ro Öode» riche (Obb. 126S.). «gf. Hvät volde ic fn» ft 

vyrMBn ofer eordan? (Ps, 72, 20.) ptAh {«t/rom icyle /V«.iii>4ru>/<<* 

fih geriun (C-kdu. 1035.). Heora heorte jt/eorfram me (Mabc. 7, 6.). 

2. Kttf bit 3cil übertiagen , bejei^ntt from feit, Boit..an, gi. «rii 

I», unb uirb auf einen ^^ilrauin Von einem 3"t)>iiiifte a 6 ober an« 

bejogen, »on bem bie I^tia!eit fi<^ 6i« in bie ©eaenlnorl bea Arten* 

bcn auSbe^nt, toc i^i fein Snb))unlt gegenüber ße^t. Ü&er Slutoangl' 

fuxiH in ber ßeit tann au(^ buri^ anbeie Segtiffe aU 3t>t^'6i^JT' "' 

gebeutet fein. 

To-morrow . , Creepe in tbii petty pac« /rom dag to day (ShaUN 
Mach. 5, 5.). From mom to nooa he feil (Milt., P. L. 1, Ut). 
From titU momeni her proapects brjghtened (Macaui„, H. of E. I, IS.]- 
PVow Ihal tüne tha mutual avenion of tbe nice* began to aabaide (L 
10.). Xhey are bouad Fait from the inid»gUtDab:k to prmy tili noni 
(Walpolk, Myster, Motb. 1, 1.). Ph>m the reign of Valona «ay b« 
dated the fall of the Roman empire (Gibbon, DbcI. 3.). Stern hut 
tbon been and ettibborn ^nt the tromi (Btb., Cain 3, 1.). I pitf 
kings, nhom worsbip waits apon ObBeqaious /rom the eradk to tba 
throne (Cowp. p. 4,). From a child I never eould fancy them (SüC- 
KID., Bit. i, l.). He bad done eo even /rom a boy (BuLW., Maltn*. 
7, 1.). Ono momiog, tbe fifth /rom the appearanee of the ron» 
r etc. (Bjenii 3, 2.). ÜBie in /rom lAi vofb, a ehiU n. tjl- 



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eint Stifaijung bet Vttlt gefeint Wetlieii taxm, fo att^ in aaberra 
SuJtni^tDtifcn: On the ereDing of tbe second day /rom Pua, we 
reuhed the boautiful old city of Siena (üicsEKS, Pict. af It., To 
Bome). iScrpäift tx^äjtmt bif SoiflEClung iejtli<^er üuebe^nung buii^ 
fartk, omoard ic. : From thia time /ortt (SnAKBP., Ilaml. 4, 4,). .Rw» 
IUI dar MwariJ (MiLT., P. L. 10, 810.). 

Xflc .FVott day« Co da^e hii dade the manaiagB (B. or Qi» n. BÖS.). 
Fra pt hygynriyag of fx icorld lo t>e tyme {lal now is, Seile »ge« I>er 
liibbe|> fbe (I. 9.). From yeir to yeic (Ai.is. 2937.). ^albf. JVa jKm 
dojj }ia etiaUt beo damb (Oiiu. SIL). From f>an UIce Hme fiat Bnittea 
comcn her liden (Lajak. II. 352.). Sgf. pä elfceds man /rom <tä^ 
lö lUge (S.AX. Che. 999,). Ä siä hic fordvearde beün scolde, btH hit 
fiir« TI8 /rinn dnre ttde (ü 6^re (ib.). Vü jmb syx band Tintm aod 
huideabtatig from part DryhUnltean mennitcnate (Trobph, AoaL p. 49.). 
Et b>a gode hälig /rom Ai* didhade (Judic. 13, fi.). lUbtt ef fOi 

/fOTl f. qf". 

S)i( UtberliaautiQ bee Siaum" unb Bntuet^iSttnifTcd auf ein C|uan> 
titattbtd leigt fic^ in ber ^ufftetlung etnei ©lögenTei^e, bettn älti' 
nimuin burq fcom eingeführt nitb. 

Wo ha« them of all pricea /rom on« irtiinja to ten (Gat, Begg. 
Op. s, 2.). SDied tairb ÜBerl^aui^t auf @tabation übeTtragen, teo6(t 
Wa ber Quantität abgefeljen t^: Strange babits of aaking all penona 
•od thbgs, from paar Ediloi's Book* up to CbDrch Biabops aad Scato 
Potentales (Carl., Fast a. Frei. 2, 1.). 

Sit erfiamng bicjcS <StitmiSitt tteal no^e. 3» üemerTcn ifl, baß bie 
^nbotion tm^t tfoS auftcSite, joiibmi auc^ aln>5it< ge^en tann. €> fett 
tittpn 3eit: 9gt. And ofelci aitc fhimeenDed cild on £g7pt& lande 
fram PAaraotiet frumeemtedan tuna . . 66 f^re tjlne fromcennedan lona 
(EioD. 11, 5.)- 
3. «ei einet Steige Bon Segriffen, tei benen from in einer ttfieriragentn 
Söeutung erfi^eint, Wirb auf bie aJotpeUnng be9 rSnmlit^en »o^er? 
jnrüifjtflangen. Sler ©et^fet »on from unb of ifl ^uftg- 

©0 jle^t /rot» in näi^flet antE^nung an bie rfiumli^e SorfleHnng 
W ItätiflreitöBeflriffen, Bet^e ausgeben, entfprinpen, ^ertfllj' 
ttB Bon etioa« bejeidfnen, tooran fli^ beginnen reiben läßt, 3)ie 
taW Mrfommenbtn ©trba finb meip urfprflng(ii$ ajtrba bet fflewe' 
gm^ tnett^e in übertragener Sebeutung gebrani^t toerben. 

Tliig ofFer coma from mercy, not /rom fear (Shakbp., II Henry IV. 
4, 1.). It proaeedt from policy not lova (ib.). Doth not yonr pre- 
MBl anger aritt solely/rom Oat deficienoyF (Fna.o., T. Jon. 14, 8.) 
BdioU-.how from evü Sprivgi good (Btr., Cün 2, 2.). Üoequ^ 
ennbiDations are alwaya diäadTentageons to the.veaker aide; tbe rieb 
hating tbe pleasnre, and tbe poor the inconveniences tbat retnä from 
am (GoLDSM. , Vic. 13.). Äny advantage wbicb migbt arüe to hi« 
AiM/ro» tuch a frimdtlüp (Trollope, Framl. Parson. 1, 1.). ©. 
ef. fVtnn Ikee begin, Dwell all on tbee, witb tbee conclude my soog 
(Thomb., Automn extr.). 

itk Sfterc &pTaä)t giebt in biefer bilblitben Sebeutung of btn ßorjug. 
3n 9gf. ttiib fram ^it unb ba fi^nlicb sebtau^t: Philippos väi (rem 
BtOtiuda (Jon. 1, 44.); Rekn: KOg nn'ig i^mg güdes beSn af NaxareA 
(L 46.). {M fram minre dälUor onvSee (Cadh. U. 440.). Xa9 001^. ^ttt 
«fl tum WC bfll Ssf. of gebrannt, j. 9. Jon. 7, 17. 



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^aten, Befornnten, entlegnen bon la^tn from ttät 0/ Ktif^äii. 
@. of. Sei ben Sesrifftn abne^mett, aBjtntiiQeit, abpicffen 
»irb/rom fleta »otflqogni: WoTl take her from tht »htnff (ßmtii., 
II Henry VI. 2, 4). Thoae kddiüoDi irhich I ettorted from nj poor 
generODB fathtr (Fisi.t>., T. Jon. 8, 11.). jSbe exaoUä L. 36,000 man 
filOM Ihr merchotils (Home, H. of E. 37.). All thoM tender affectiau 
wbicli infkacy rgaeU from femal« affeetion (Scott, B. Boy 4.). Wbj 
is life giTen To be thiis ««rettet^ /rem lu (Milt., F. L. 11, 503.]. 
©0 toirb üu4 «rieten (Irifiut ic.) nii^t fetten mit from »erfiunboi: 
Thia, the good heart'a prerogative to raüe A ro^al trihTste ftoa Ae 
poorttt hovn (Yovisa, N. Tb. 2, 86.). 

vetlangtn, fiegt^ren, erfidgcn ic, erfahren, ^Bitn, ltt> 
ntn jc Bon — . ©. o/". 
i. Snbeit Strttenbungen von /rem lehnen f14 Ott bie VorflcIIimg ba 
Sntfcrtiutig (bon . .^inncg); bie batet in Setra^t {cmintnbn 
fflegriffe flub ptibaliber 9?aliir. 
b) dntraufitibt SerEa f^Ciegen flc^ gum £(eil unmitMSor an Snti 

ber Setoegunß an ober fallen ntit i^ncn (in tilbtic^n Sebttttucg) 

jufammen. 
abueit^en, fi^abuenben, turQdSfben, nii^t fiBtTiiii' 

Timmen ic. !3)a&d Icmmen btc tilblic^ gebrauchten viMm, 

taerve, ttray, tum, tkriiii, quaii,ßitu:h, start unb Ö^nli^e bCIT, ft 
toit deviat», dtcUa«, vary, diisenl, d^tr U. a. 

If I be fiklse or twene k hsir from tnäk (Shaxsp., TroiL i. 
CresB. 3, 2.). Wr« bUaphemy bis lin? or did be ttray From Ike 
Btrict dutiea of the lacred day ? (Cowp. p. 40.) O let nie not 
teander front iky commandmentM (Pb. 119, 10.). 1 have nai dtpstbi 
from thy judgmerU» (119, 103.). We kmt dtparUd fu tinj fnm 
Ae Iowa of Üiis uniTerse (Cari., Fatt a. Frei. 1, 5.)- Wilfrid.. 
FVom donger fhruni, and iunt'd from ioil (Scott, Bokebj 2, iW-) 
I ihrink aal from Ihete, tfae fire-armed aogels, Wby aboald I {«al 
from him wbo now approachea? (Byh., Cain 1, 1.) He waMilft 
from treatoM (Bdlw., Bicbel. 2, 1.). The fint time tbe idea pn- 
lented itaelf, it sickenad me ; I revolled from it (Wabbek, Diuj 1, 
11,). The rale i« so certaiu, and the means so luf&cient, thatUwT 
nho dtviaiefrom them are aelf-condemned (BouMaBKOXE). Yet km 
I not deeUHedfrom % Ima (Fa. 119, 51.). When I alone Seam'd 
in thy iTorld erroneous lo ditsaU From aü (Milt., P. L. 6, %*&)■ 
Not was he found to vary from äug pomt of it (Scott, HonaaleiT 
T.). Think bow yoor aaience difftnth from ilieir» (Btb., HeaT. t- 
Eanh S.). 

«Ite. I thynk not . . To d^arU »o Ugbtlj fro mj good« (Tow». M- 
p. 13.]. And uarUOte from oura ftytAe (Ujuhdsv. p. 20.). Xg|. N* 
Tolde ic from ptnum bebodum gavtcan (Pa. 118, 110.), päl ha /<*•* 
tynrum georne gecyrrt (Lego. JEtbü,! ,b. Codc. XubtJti, 34.). 

aufhören, abtaffen, audvu^cn bon; eiate, detitt, aMa>> 
rett u. bgl. 

Tbe monkj , ettuing from Iheir hymn , adranced baitity to tbe 
ipot (BüLW., BieQE) 3, 2.). Hia friend and aaaociate, wbo adriacd 
him to detüt from all fiulhtr endtavoun (RoBcos, Lonnio). Wh) 

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^ittnufnm ■meat, thftt ia not gaDDt? (SsakSP., Bich. IL 2, 1.) 
Yemske tbem rest /rom tkeir bvdeju (Exod. 6, 5,)> @0 QU^ 
Elttia^eil bOlt — : Thoa ih*\t . . meuie as/ront a pleataat irtam 
(SuKSF., Born. a. Jul. 4, 1.); mit ba9 tranfittbe ertoeden, uoie, 
«mjI«, mit from lonftruttt Ivicb (Mids. N. Dr. 3, 1. Fericl. 2, 3.). 
Süt iitat €)»a4e bi*^ ''^ ^ Sarjng; bo^ ffc^t ou^ from in fi^if 
^ta gantn. Site. He maj well /<ute fro dryaJc S dayes or S (Maui- 
DCT, p. 58.). I tary fnll lange /ro my narke ^otrn. M, p. 26,), Sin ' 
Xgf. lommt bat Tcffcjib gcbrauc^lc cMfon, ^erufon uxü) mit fram 
Ui: Hl; gerette Aine od ^ona seorodan däg /rom eottm ^nt teitrca 
(Gc<. 2, 2.); lenft ailc^ mit bem ®eniti«: le afre ne m^ pare m&deeare 
tünre gerettan ne taOa f>&* longadtf (Obeih, Agi. Pou. I. US.). 
inatan, onvacaa Uerbtlt mit ot MtbonbtlU S. of. 

genefen, fit^ Erholen Bon — . ©. of. 
b}£Tanfttibe SSevfea »eifi^iebcncr 9trt geflatten neben einem ÜRu* 
fatio bei $crfon ober bei @a(^e eine abbeibiale SSeßitnmung mit 
from. 

Befreien Don — mit manc^ertci gärbung ttä Zfj&ti^teiti' 

Begriffet, tute free, rid, tace, deliver, fxtricate, retetu, releate, fvtJHfn, 
rtntcilale, abtolve, txeuse K. 

And thia shall free tbee /rom Ihis preseal shame (Shaksp., Rom. 
». Jol. 4, 1.). That thou wouldst/cee Thia worid/rom iti dark 
tkvtry (Shelley III. 27.), And sooo Tll rid jou /rom Ihe fear 
(SbajlSp., Bicb- III. 4, 2.). To iave n world from uller lots (Milt., 
f. L. 3, 307.). Sho would give all aha haa, could it «mie bim 
/ron Ihe eonsequeneet of bis folly (BuLW. , Monef 5 , 2.). Ho . . 
lUUvtrtd me from all my fears (Ps. 34, 4.). I became involred 
ia debta from vhieh I saw no hopas of ever extricoHng m^aelf 
(FlELD, T. Jon. 8, 11.). iteacuW u Orleans /rom Ihe EnglUh wahtl 
(Shaksf-, I Henry VI. 1, 6.). I will retcue ber from youder otst- 
prood knigbt (Scott, Ivanboe 31.). It will release ms for ever 
from an laigratefiä »ervice (SoOthiy, Nelion). Conid I with my 
own death rcdeem him/ront Ihe dust (Byb,, Cain 3, 1.). He thtnk* 
that laid aoul will bare to be resmeilaltd fram üs atphyxia (Cabl., 
Patt a Pres. 1, 6.). To absolce a peraon from a promiie (Webbt. 

T. abiolve) u. f. w. 9Bie SSet&a biefK Art from mit of bettan« 
f(^ f. nnter of. 

%rSi)t ft^on ifl auf rontunift^e Scrba bitf» Alaffe iin^ from ftbeitto* 
gel: Blle- To »cfuy ti aynnenol men i^a,m f>e deuelet poer (R. ov Ol, I, 
IIS.). Thoighe whom Adsm and alle . . scbolde be saved «od delj/- 
rtrti from det?te (M.*ukdkt. p, 12,); b« girmBnifi^en 3"tttlSrtmi B'bt 
fi^n b«<Sgf. «etan: pat bi hei. nerede fram heU-evaU (Cod. Exo.i. T3, 
14.). ]äs ^e t>a fli milde mifatum Slüidetl fram kaftn^de belleiites 
(Gbeci, Ag». Poes. II. 286.). Befrei me an feifle fram blMgete 
(Pa. 100, 110.). gat /rom jleSt lin^ vid: Vtd yfela gefred üb Oc nn 
H feönda gehrylcea (Greei I. c ), 

fc^B^tn, (eiva^ren, Be^fittn, Berten, oerBtrgen bot 
— in wrft^iebenen ©t^attirungen ber Segrif^e, ttie shield, seretn, 
pTolect, ffiurd, deftnd, ketp , preserve , aheiter, hide, concmf, thttdt, 
»iada», israp u. 0. grenjen nai^t an bie eben bcjeif^nete Steige. 3)a> 
^n fiiA oii4 prioäep«, tmci^ w. a. ju j&^Ien, toel^e, infofetn fle 



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(ine @ii^tr{lclliiiig bejti^itnt foHeit, mit /rom urbuubcn tstAn 
fönnen. 

To ftUeU tbee from diatau» (Shassp. , Leu- 1 , !.)■ ^o '<^><U 
the knight ftom fartber hann (Botl., Hnd. 1, 2, 948.)- ^«'her 
tbe loyal dignity of Henry VIII., nor tbe aminenC leuning ind 
kbility of Eresmai, setttutd them /ron (Ae «one a6iue witb which 
he treated Tetzel er EceiuB (Boberts., Charles V.). He bu 
actaally bad a fenca bnilt rouDd it (an enormoua oak), to frotecl 
■t as mucb ai potsible from furlher ivjury (laviKO, Bracebr. E, 
Forest Träea). To guard bi« leoder from JeU bane (Bütl., Hnd 
1, 2, 803.). The coldness . . witb vrbicb bitberto be had gmriid 
himself /rom femaU fascinalion (Lkwes, G. IL 54.). One ii > fiU 
apaniel, called Zephyr — though hcaven de/end me from itek ■ 
ttphyr! (Irvino, Braceb». H., The Widow'g Ketinue.) Call bia 
Äppiua'a fltomach. Fill bim, and keep bim from cold and n£gtiiim 
(Sherid. Knowlbb, Virgia. 1, 1.}. A meLhod by Which to knp 
\äa band from a duunioa (Bulw. , Bienzi 2, 8.). The yonng ai- 
dical Biario . . leat preserttd from the rage of the populace (BoacoK, 
Lorenzo). To be sheltered from the norli-east by a grove (Foio, 
T. Jod. 1, 4.). Theo I would have hid myself /rom Aim (Ps. 55, 
13.). Better thou and I were lying, hidden from tke kearft äügmt 
(Tennys. p. 273.). Yon muat not conceol from me what it ii 
(Shebio-, Biv. 3, 2.). Innocence, tbat es a veÜ Had tJudoie'd tbea 
from kHoariag ill {Milt., P. L. 9, 1054.)- Cao ghe..w»nt ib« 
needful raiment, To lorqp her shiv'ring boeom from Iht wMli(r 
(BowE, J. Shore 5, 1.). Shroudtd by ao aasamed Dame/nm all 
&e interruptioea witb which the curiosity of admirera would but 
perplexed tbe autbor of Wertber (Lbweb, G. U. 44.). So eoa- 
ditioo M prioüfged from the tums of fortnne (DrydknJ. Oh weaiüi 
itl-fated! wbich no act of fama E'er tanght to sbiae, or imut^j'i 
from thame! (Pope, Essay on M. 4, 233.) 5Raiii$e bitffr Strta 
(äffen ftatt from bie ^rfi^ofltion againtl ju, infofftn Kbat^i; aa4 
olfl OegenBw^t aufjafaffen ifl, toie tum a.ni) romanifc^e Strbo bie 
f« Hrt mit corOre [onftruirt Werten. ©. atjainst. 

3m atlt. itxtbfn gKntaniff^f Cetfia biefet JfattBorie Bitlfot^ mit/m" 
iKiBiinbcn; baf bancbcn in fiQ^tfler ^vi gtbtSuc^liAt tnfA Mrfifiv'ii^ 
bau). Fram lach iiendnette Cri&t laulde Uichard (It. or Gl- U. it^)- 
Beo ui tchilde from vytanye (Ai.ia. *T61.), Myo cme thon tduide Fn 
deth (R[cii. C. DK L. 69G7J. That Gai) schuld Icepe hym /ro pajm« 
(SiB CLaca-s 173.). Mea aholdc Kepen it fro nyght eomerii (P. Pi.ocbn 
p. 404,). 1 shalle hyde me fro thi face (Tow:i. M. p. 16.). Somniffc 
ffittbtn twrbtrtofftmilirt: I uUlehyr dtfeiuifrome oU msn (Bicn. C, ra Ii. 
1BS5.). S)anebtti finbet man of: Ofiaiet vho may me boroal (Ttmx.lL 
p. läO.) -jiti kepen aadiovtof: Kepe bem oiU of itryfe {Snt Clkcm Ul). 
' 3m $albf. tcic im ü^l gc&cn /ram unb viUA neben tinaiibei ^ftx : 9«lbf. 1^ 
(Ai^iUnn hemm J^ra deqfieu sunhedomett (Onx. 3794.}. To liildtm }*' 
>n^ off Au( laf> (11887.). Seild pe tcid dade (Lajau. I. 4e.). &M 
^ /rom d«<ij^ (ib. jung. X.). %i,\. From faeenfuUiaa tuen and uariM- 
«ton yefrida me (Pk. 42, 1.). pa, Urihton , gchtelat fii aod grfnoi'd 
fram heora i/ft* (^- 1 L > B.). Ic me Mde on fam dige fram U* 
ODkutiui. Sl, 18.). Si» ntn [le blne mige beh^dan fram Au A«M 
(Tbovb, AnaL p. 62.). — la ^ tid vedna gevliam trat and MyUl 

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B. t)tc $ii)wf[tiotitn. tum. 271 

(CsDU. iUi.). Ic me vid heora luta k^i« (P(. S5, 12.)- Uln «an^A 
K i» ne heUd« vid fie (Ps. 31, G.]. 

fi^cibcn, trennen, abgießen, abttenbig tna^en, aS^at* 

ICD, ^inbtcn, andf (fliegen IC; pari, düjoi», dimde, »eparate, 
irotr, tift, Krtv, dutmrb, diaeotiragt, äivorae, dttract, diotri, diiMuade, 
dftrr, eurb, taarp, rtfra», tedmet, aUaute, eitrangt, hiiuUr, inkibil, 
thU,forbid, prevail, ttctpt, exempt, exclude ic., btttcn junt X^Ctl 

trp börc^ bie SStrbinbung mit from bie (mbatiöe Sebtutunfl ju 
I^til toirb. 

In tbe JM that parb CKlabria from tht koarte TVmocrum »hart 
(MiLT., P. L. 2, 660.)- Naver Bhall mj barp thy praise Forget, 
not from thy Fathtr't praiat diijoia (3, 414.)- T^^ it dioid« the 
mtUn from Ihe vaUr» (Gik. 1, 6.). Frail spella, wboae uttered 
cWni might not arail to sever, From all we hear and oU we aee, 
Doabt, Chance, and muUbility (Shzllet III, 35.)- Uo 70° expect . . 
that youT indispansable Aristocracy of Talent . . that it will bt got 
^»fltd, like wheat out of chaff, From tht TveiUy-*mm Million Bri- 
tüh aubjecta? (Carl., Pait a. Pres. 1, 5.) The inatrument That 
icreict me from my trat plaet in your favour (Shassf., Twelfth N^ 
5, 1.). Stephen Colonna — himaelf incenaed and dülurbed from 
lüt aiual self-oommaad — was unable to preoerva hia authority 
(ßULW., Bienzi 3, 8.). Aa eicuraion . ./rom wkicli I endeavonred 
(o dittuade him (Byh., Fragm.). The &ir reverenca of yoor high- 
aesi curbs me From giviag reins and apura to my free speecb 
(Shaesp. , Rieh. 11. 1, 1.). Curaed be tha social lies that warp 
w/rom ike Uving Iruth (Tenntb. p. 273.). But now thouW /ro» 
ligtelf eslranged (BvR^ Bride 1, 13.J, Hinder th em /rom »hat thia 
ecjtasj may now provoke tham to (Sbaksp. , Temp. 3, 3.). At 
Fstriilge toaa inhibiled from Ihat lopic (Field., T. Jod. 12, 3.). I 
will tkut Clara foT eTer/rom my thoughts (BVLW., Money ö, 3.). Of 
tbe klag: From ichoae obedience \ forbid my sool (Shaksp., John 4, 
3.). He could not prevenl himaelf yrom ünitating it (Scott, Mo- 
luutery 7.). may I live exemplfd .. From pangt arihritk (CowP. 

p. 165.). ^a^in 0(^Ött ani^ bU aiitfiniftif^t Xuäbrucfdueift: 2 

fnm 5 leaTea 3 etc. 

3atllrei4t tomanifi^t ^a^a ^tita fi^ \f\a gtimanifc^cnt Staube if 
fügt; fic la|fcn baS rontanif^e de buv4 from trfttjm. Sie fiCteie S'it 
ift atterbiRge eid Snnn nn foli^en SSnbni. Site. Thii blisie I »per« 
from you rj-th fast (Cuv. Mvst. p. 3J.). II afailhet the ßeith Frtm 

falUi {P-. PmucKii. p, 29:.). And witen joa /to wanhopt (p. UG. cf. 
p. SSI.). ^Ibf. t sl lo.dir:lde \m from o/iere (Lajam. I. in.), «jf. 
HiDO fram nj/rtnum flscM (L. Eccr.ES. Willi. 18*, 62.). Scyldigra BcAla 
äiei/Ttd Teordefl, heäne/rom Äfllyum (Cou. Eion. 98, 15,).' ponne ic beieired 
fco ./Vom (än-«oire (Luc. 16, ■*.). Vä» se martyro /rm» mon-cyune* 
ijnnum dnindroJ (1S9, 5.). Äläe fin hjno /rom mfnuin veröde (Leoo. 

iCmu 13.). <£« gTM(t juui £^(11 au^ b« @niitit) ^la^, (dtcn i;^.- 
SofTtde o/ heofnwa (C.£i>ii. 65.). Z>(Ebn finW nwK mit rtd: Na man 
•cyle bi« gä*t«a la^ vid gode daian (3538.). Mnderjan iß mit Uxbn 
mit bon Soiitio tui^ mit cinev $t5^o|ilioa oufgtllsgnt. 

nntcrff^eiben oon — , ditünguish, f<^Ugt fi^ noi^ an bie 
Mi^flc^ßben Sttba an; ju Etemerten iß, bag obet out^ ^ia U9 



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272 U.3^. XBDrt'n.eagfQfluiie. I.H6f(^ti. tSoTtfltgiina. II. S). ob», ea^tcjl. 

(SxttrtntnS unb SJa^rnt^mene mit/rom, tote know, tte, bitfen 
Sleitalbegiiff eiferen. 

So long Ai he coold make me with thi« «ye or eu Dütinyaüt 
bim from olkert (Shaksp., Cymb. 1, 4.)- Harvey . . wai in Do wij 
dutingyiahed from mm o( big c1as9,'but by bia ncuteneia (Coop., 
Spy 3.). Not Auoiomy friend /rom /oe (Longp. I. 188.). To »te 
tbe good from iü (Pope, Univ. Prayer). 

«Itt. Thal con deperfc falehed from Irtwthe (Halliw., Freamai. 67t). 
UnnelHe toay men hnmee a gleman from a Imht (Whight, PoliL S. 
p. 335,). Clothed hem in copea To im knauienfTom otkere (F. P[.ocGmL 
p. 4.). A whjk mao /rom a ipyrylt wherby eonlhe ye hym tnmii 
(TowN. M. p. SS7.) ^ta 3af. niTb cnäran nic^t in fi^nlit^ ÜBctlc 

c) HbiettiBe, IdeI^j (1^ an tit aufgeführten SBeftiifferd^tn fielen, 
tDcrben ebenfalls mit from »ertunben. @ie flnb ni^t ga^lteic^ nnb 
UDtjugSlceife lomanif^en Urfprungd. ^and^t boit i^nen ne^ma 
jlatt /rom aU(^ 0/ lu fi^. ■ 

S)a^in geboren fiei, rein, fi^er, berf^ieben, auSgenom« 
men, fremb, Ullf0ulbifl;/ree, cUar, secure, soft, difertmt, exewft, 
separate, alten, foreign, innocent, enlire a. bgL 

FVee from other vüsbegotten halt (Shaksp. , Eich. II. 1, 1.). A 
perpctnal cleacliaegs./ree /rom the affeclatioa of Bingularity (Middli- 
TOD, Cicero). Some evila from vi-iich poor And ruda Bociede* 
are free (Uacavl., H. of B. I. 2.). HeUT'oly mindi /rom Mwek 
dittempert foul Are evfer clear (Milt., P. L. 4, 118,). Secure Jrttm 
iBordly chancei (Shaksp., Tit. An<Iron. 1, 2.; mit of ib. 2, 1.). 
Nor wu aoy part of oar ialand so far distant f>oin tbe se* ai 
to be leeure from attack (Macadl , H. of E. I. 10.). Secloded 
as be was, be nas not trcurefrom inirasian (ßoOERS, It,, Moutorio). 
No man's property is aafe from them (Sherid. Knowles, Virgin. 
1, 2.). Different from the man he was (Shaebp,, Com. of Err. 5, 
1,). He thinks that man has a bouI in him, differtnl from Ike 
ttomack (Cabt.., Paat a. Pres, 1, 6.). True nobility is exrmpt Jrom 
fear (Sbakbp., II Henry VI, 4, 1.). A new claM of abuses frvm 
akich absolute monarchies ara exempt (Macaul. , H. of EL L 2.). 
Thy sainta unmii'd, and from tk' impure far »eparale (Milt., P. L. 
6, 742,). Alien frim Heae'n (4, 571,). I «hall be maoeet Jtvm 
the greal tfanigreasion (Ps. ID, 13.), Immortal Eve . .frotn rim oa^ 
blamt enUre (Mut., P. L, 9, 291.), 

' Son mani^en biefn Sbjettive ift 6ci bei $t5|3DritiDn o/ gt^anbctt weu 

,haL @. 239. anbete f^lie^cn M an bit untet l.b) angtftt^tten Viv^ 

tiw. 2)ei SScgn^ ftemb fle^t auc^ im Site, mit from: Naba^booaor, 

/rom oure fayOta alyene (Ton-s. M. p. 93.), toä^ttnb Sgl. /rmdc, 

/remedt, fremde mit tun 33 «ti» lonjlruitt »itb, witforeiga im Stnc 

oft to iti f1^ ^dt. 

5.3)er ©eferau^ von /rom bei ben Seflriffen »etbe«, matten, oer« 

toanbelit aud ettoaS aren}t einerfeite an bte SorfleCung bei &xtt- 

fenmng, anbeterfeiW etfcpeint ber ©egenflanb, »eitler mit /Hm cm' 

geffi^Tt i% als b» €toff, teotauä ttmaS ^erbotgebra^t toirb. 

Yau /rom a »Iranger to becoms at oncc my conGduit (Coleb, 
Walleoat 4, 4.). Beaion tbe byaa ftcrn* to good /rom itt (Foi^ 

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2)ie $TlHltii»»n. &ob. 278 

StMj 00 H. 2, 197.). Thal Heiv'n /ron iioCUnjr rwt'i liii fsint 
cieidoD (RowE, Fair Penic. 1, 1.). Many k wintry itorm of nin, 
aov, ileet, and liail, haä ehanged bii colour from a gaudy hbie to % 
luBt Uck-Ioitre Blude of gr»7'(DiCEZNS, M. Chuzzlew. 1, 3.). Thfl 
etwncler of her counteiuiicä aitered /tchh paisüm iuto ui expr«RBioD 
otgnvB, intent, and melancholy thought (Bulw., Rienz! 1, 12.). ^jt 
laU^nung an bie SDrjlctlung räumCi^cr Entfernung jeigt flc^ in 
&S^m folgenbn Sit: He wbo ^kum« at once/rom (Ae slave to the 
^man, ma; pai$ aa nipidly /rom (^ freaaiat to the rnfSan (Bulw., 
Bieozi 1 , 10.). Of these, the greateit part were boni of pMianta, 
and kad riim from private toldiers by military, merit (Gibbon , Decl. 
6.); Botin tottrete ©ubflanttce wie foiip abfhalte bemäntelt werben, 
tii in : Moomouth had pasitd from pniiäanimout fear to the ^athy of 
daipair (Macaci,., H. of B. H. 192.), S)« Untetf^ieb ber ^rapo- 
fition from ßon of (ß. 243) unb oiä of (S, 263) in ä^nÜifter ©«- 
ünbtnig, liegt in ber 6ei from gemB^nli^en ii9ejie^ung befl HnegangS' 
^nttcd auf einen entgegengefegten 3i'Ip)"t'^' 

Xtt Klb. bittet at^nlu^ee : Thon art fallen . . JfVom an angdU to a 
fejmi (To-WN. M. p. 4.). A bor aal nerüeht Fram a pig lo a ivina 
(Snix Sage« SSS.). 2)aS »af- f<^nt nii^t« St^ti^t )U %aim. 
E-Sof bae @etiirt b» RaufaEität ge^t from mt^rfac^ hinüber. 

a) &6.Xm a\d)nxA bie ^artifel ^eim $affie in Sejng auf bit t^JUige 
ferfon. 

He WO! lately amt From yovr kind amt (Shassp., IU Henry VI. 
2. 1.). 

Sei leni ^ Ott feit Slttflci 3cit eetoS^nCit^ : KIte. From Ood hyn t^ 
hjder am I i«nf (Town. M. p. 60.). From tAe trytofte Bocaure wille b» 
»ead (p. S6.). I an imt fro God (Cor. Htit. p. 186.). S)oi^ ani^: 
Be n^ father I cm, «wK (p. 280,). agj. And ic »i« g4it on {le fron 
gode »eitded (Gkein, Ag«. Foes. I. 200.). FiU dienJ Gabriel la engel 
fram DrOoni (Lnc, 1, 26.). Ue6« biefen ®tbtoM^ ber ¥i5p''P''o<t ^o™ 
bei ¥a(flMi> f- oten ©. 237. 

b) Stint attiben 3"!^"**« Wirb bie ^Jerfon Bfter mit from p«. 
gcfägt unb baburd) ald bie Qifai^e ber Si^Stigleit bejeit^net. 

To ttU yovifrom hit ifraec, That ha will give you andience (Sh&kbp., 
n Henry IV. 4, 1.). Greel the father well /rom m* (Scott, L. 
Miaatr. 1, 22.). Teil thy mistreii how The case atands with her; 
da 't aa fron tkyieif (Sbaksp. , Cymb. 1 , 6.). No coantry luffrred 
10 mach from fhese meadtrt as ISaglnnil (Macaul., H. of E. I. 9.). 

Frvm nt^ftlt ^ier wicber )nm Si^il mit of. 3n etnjclnen S3IIni ifl 
ftom bi* in bä6 9gf. )u berfolgtn: N'e com ic nft/ram m« m/lfoa (Job. 
8, 43.). From maneffum laevm fela l)mga fiolode (Mine. Ei, 25.). 
c] 8nt ^tJUtftgllen geSiaut^t bie neuere Sprache from in ©ni^nanten, 
lefonberS oSftratten, um bie OueUe in S^Stigfeit, bie ©eran» 
Idffnng ober ben maaggebenben ®egen{lanb ju bejeii^nen. 

Teil him thia tale, and from the mouth of Euglaad, Add thas 
nmch more (Sraksp., John 3, 1.). Fron your ovm mouth, my lord, 
did 1 thit deed (Rieh. U. 5, 6.). I aee witl; my onn eyea, and 
jndge/roai ny oum Mmd (Bulw,, Rienii 1, 11.). Hov bappy am 
1, if Jon say thia from yovr kearl (0a7, Begg. Op. 2, 2.). „Yon 
utut be Benaible.." — „I do,/roM my nwl, eir (Goldsic., She 
SUtaa, tB«I. ®i. U. IS 

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Stoops 4.)' Tlic ^^y CoHBtance apeftke not from berfailk. Bat 
/rotn Aer need (Shaesf,, Joho 3, 1,). Thui he resolved, but Gnt 
from iruBord grief liia bnrating pasaion into plsitita Umu poar'd 
(Mn,T., P. L. 9, 97,}. From my respecl for hU falber, Hl be «Im 
(GoLDSU., She Stoops 4.). The iromeD faata her, From m initnicf 
of natural jealousy (Soutbekn, Oroon. 2, 2.). And feel I, dekth! 
no joy /roni (iomW of Vie«? (Yodno, N. Th. 3, 511.) And do 
from kau what MulUt did for kire (Byb. p. 318.). I loaked in 
it, from mtre caaual atriosUy (Wahre», Uiary 11.). Froa tome 
cause.. he had a taste for maritime paranits (Macaül.,.H, of E. 
IX. 89.). And kingly from hit glale Inclin'd not (Milt., P. L. 
11, 1249.). Wa liava never seea any colkctton of Seottiah poetrj 
flppeariugi/rum infernal eeidence lo decidedly and indobitably original 
(Scott, Minstr. I. ST.). A specioua compositton muat r«re, and, 
from ita necessary altution lo domtsHc manners, more curlooa and 
interesting (I. 90.). Tfais gentleman . . might, from Us age, haTS 
been the vicar's father (Thollopb, Framl. Parson 1, 2.), From 
what 1 know of you, you are no fool (SoüTnusN, Oroon. 2, 1.). 
SEßii fe^en in biefen Seifpielen btn foc^lidien @tunb in bnt 
Srlenntni&gtunb ihix^t^tn. Sei, btn öeßtiffen (ennen, 
ttfennen, urt^eiie« jc. jle^t nament'li<i^ oft from; Fromtkevä- 
lea eeho of the rock, From lAe eoice of tbe comiag atarm, The 
ladj Imevi it well (Scott, L. Minstr. 1, 14. cf. 4, 33.). So each 
mortnl deemi of tbiit wbich ia, from that which seems (Fielil of 
Waterl. 5.). If I may j«ilge from what I have heard (Btr-, Cai« 
1, 1.). From Ihis m<j choiee of an era tbe undaratanding critie 
may fartber preaage, äiat the object of my tala ia more a deacrip- 
tioD of men than mannen (Scott, Waverley 1.). 

®o toiifc nuf^ btntnnen nat^ etnaä, ober ftmatib, mit 
from lonftruirt: The country took tbe name of England, wbile the 
new language was dtnominated, from Ikem, tbe Anglo- Saxon (CnAM- 
BEBa, Kngt. LitsT, p. 2.). Tbe aame, Tiein-named from tke api>- 
ttlea John and Paul (Bvti., Mur. Fal. l, 2.). £)0(^ fi^^t boncben of: 
Cocytus nam'd of lamenlatian laud Heard on tbe rueful atream (Milt., 
P. L. 2, 579.). On biffeI6e ßategorie gehört: His laciturnity, for 
which tho poor man very bonestly accounted, from his fear of giving 
offene« (FiELD., T. Jon. 13, 3.). 

Tik\a ®tbtaud) aon from bei ©at^namtn ift nf in iüB%tttx Sät an^ 
getarnt roorben. SSSit &i(( jtbDi^ from mil o/ uub oiu of unb jum Ktdl 
mit bji m<i)\t\t, \e ifi im 3tlMngl. nimentli^ iy im @t&riittifit um bn 
maaggcbcnbcn @egtnftaub }U bfjeii^iKn; from tommt bsrt ftlbn bor, 
nie ). 8. beim ^affits in: ^a were ly^htiich j-ljite Jrom that joa leef 
thoujtc. And from joure iBÜi/uü verkia , i^oura will waa channgid 

(Dkfos. of Rich. II. p. i.]. ÜJit ißenennung na^ etma* ober jemanb 
f^eint frD^er Botjuainwife neben a/ier bur^ ^ bei c;cpQn, nempoen ic. 
bejei^nel )u nierben: For sove dnjca of the wyke ther-after t-cleped 
beoth: Of Sahirmu Sawrday; and Soneday of tks lonne . .Of a plantte 
echt day in the wjke i-cleped i» (Wkicht, Pup. Trflai. p. I3S,). iftn «äf. 
fc^ from in bi({ein läiniK faß ganj; et fte^t jcboA Efter bei nenncs 
na^- ^'** bcora hentoga Rc6da i;ehäteD from f>am hi aynd geneuDode 
I>alraiSdi (Saz. Cbl hiil.), »ie fonß of: „Petra" ^t'ia naUto" and e^ 

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B. Sic Vrfitwlttfdnai. tttm. rince. S76 

pamamam ii gveveäm „petrna" (A.-S. HoMn^ 11. S90.). Gonjl UM 
aniSif» wiwnbrt, tto bit want 0ptaiit/r<B» torjit^h Ne nodorftag 
ha tut t>itig for ndnre gyltartgt (II. 344.) (/Vom ftnf eoTstoone«). 

UiSct bae aHfgfgtbttlt fromwarA, froxeard \. Uward. 
fincr, au« bem agf. tirf>in tc., altnpib. »Idra. uwju d(8 JtoniimttiQii 
ijibu jttiört [f. I. 40a.), ^erBDVgtgangtii, luelt^rt o!« at)Bex6, deinda, 
poiiei, nnb alä jToniunrtiDn, posujuam, im ©ebraud) war, Ueifet auf bafi 
ulj. sfipa, attnort. sfrf, altf. siü, agf. sid, sero. GS ftimtnt in ber 
fttmluna mit ter fijon 6ei Otfricb bortommenben ^tfipof ition tid, 
äfii. |ett, UDQEDitiaien überein, inCtm bad mit i^m Beibunbent @ubflantiv 
oU Dn ;eitli(i)e itudgangSpuntt betrad)let niib, ton uttc^em a& 
{iii tit im ®a.^ auSgefagte 3:^tig(eit anbaueinb bis ju einem anbnen 
^nnllt au8bt^l, oorjugetwife abtr, u>enn au4 nut in i^rtm (Ergcb» 
lifft, b\9 jUT (SegcniDart bcS @prtd)fnbtn rti^t. Sit fcljr «du cinanbei 
ilörii^rnbcn formen, rotläft bit $rät>Df1tion ^äuflg bei bemfelbcn Sdfiift' 
^n, fD mit in btrfd^itbtncn SHaltfttn unt ju cerff^i ebenen 3^*^ 
üngmommcn ^at, ^aben auf i^rt SSebeutung feinen iSinflug gehabt 
ttt ünigangäpunft lann turd) einen S^i'^^Si^iff ^'"^^ ^i"^4 'in f^Hg« 
Dil bcjeii^net fein. 

n'bich neither tbj fatbera, nor ttij fatber'i fathera liave leen, mwe 
llr ifay that they wer« upon the «arth unto tbis da; CExon. 10, 6.). 
(S^f. (idi£in big geborene vKron). Since that sad ho%r I have not alept 
(Lomr. I. 210.). Like ooe of a» maa U become To kncm botb good 
ud etil, stMce Ai» la$lt Of that dofended fruit {Milt-, P. L. 11, «4.). 
I bor of DO movements of consequence , tince the arrtBoi of our new 
•lÜM (CooP., Spy 1.), England which, since the batÜe of Hiutings, had 
b«n mied geaerally bj wise Btatesmen (Macaul., H. of E. 1. 15.). 

Ute. Nerer lithlhe that duirening N'ai in Thebes wocjing (Alis. S8S7.). 
Hc }! dede Myih« many a day (li-«xTi>. 113.)- Plefaed bem .. That hire 
puisbe* weren porere Sith Ihe peilUence time (F. Plouohk. p. 6.). Henr; 
o( BDntjugton ten ßat dag £ pal jcr« To «rite Inglia gratei fand hn non 
In» pHi (LisCT. L 6.). Myn een wer« nol lowked to geder righi Sm mo- 
ivm (Towir. M. p. 191.). 1 herd »yn many a dag Folk in the conlre toUo 
(t- S'-). Alle iparowei of the wode That were lyru Noa ßode, wai neoer 
»M M good {Skültoh I, 59.), 3in $al6f. tonben lißlien, teoMen, teiden, 
taien, itden, nl'fx, tul)f>e\ ivmddtM faft nui alt Sbsnbien über att Aen» 
pitenini angtltoÄfi; to^ pffe' bie 5väi>or«ien 6ei Lajak.: Soch nai neo« 
)wai erjifl (u/V«! A« i'it« t<nt« ^at Bruliia com her lljie ([. 177 jÜng. £.). 

Kenn »incc einer ätitbefiimmung nac&gtftB' Wirt, (o ip nitfet eine 
Qa^Hiicg bet ))Ta))Df iticnalen ^nrtitcl onjunt^men, fonbtm Bince mirtt 
itlSbneib, meines bie Stbeutuiig postea ntit alJünc ju txclaul^en |^int. 
9i Weftin gaUc «tobe btr SRiSinbe (einen bermaligen ©lanbpunlt jum am- 
jnjlfiinric bei tädljufenben Leitlinie inüi^en, auf beicn l!tib))unTte bic in 3tebf 
\Anlt Xl)^tigteit ftaitfaub. £id4 bitifle ber ^usbruct in nnbctii ÜQeife ju 
ntlScM iein unb aielm(&r auf einev (Sllipfe betuften. iWan »etijlci^e j. «. it 
" tm year» nnee fte dUd unb Ten yea™ lijiee, he died, utlb: Wavorley; or 
T u rijrfj yeoM nnc« (Scott), unb m.iu inirb e« Begwiflit* finben, baß mit 
tem Itfatl oon it is voie bei b« ausloffung bt« in Kebe flefeenben SteiBnifl« 
bu rince, Btt^ee fli( an bie au«3e|agte Xbätigteit anic^iog, ab&erbtat )ut Sfi^U 
hfHamBBg gcjogeit nmbe. Sd be^lt »ince feint urlpriinglti^ lücbtutung, ffli 
bellte bit BuSgejagtt X^cigltit bei flutgangspunft bleibt. 

2WIea yean nact, Th; fatber wa» ihe Daice of MiLan (Shaesf., Tetnp, 
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(JoBK S, T.). A clianctw of nncommon BCntenMS, fire «nd aaibitioD, «bkli . . 
gmdoallf auaiiied s miied &nd pKnltar toae, *rbicb conld only hani ben 
acquired «ücfy yean «tne« (Scott, W&Terl. 1, 19.). 9ta<^ bitfa SnalBBH ijt 
aut^ ton? rince, qooodam, jn ttutt^tiltn, Die ältere ©pw^ Bittet ftint i^I- 
tl^t 3)«nxnbuiis; bie S^nlii^c Mti «in, Bjoe aui^ ainajne im @^tti|i^ ijl jmtg: 
I am gajiD lo quit Bt Cannlemu, onl; I vas jost as ptwitiTe od ic Iwaiig jrewt 
fyn« (Scott, R. Roj B.). li was bat tua dai/t tmt (Bride of L. I.). Ai p 
did a ahne tiiuyne (Aniiq. 12.). Siace ^t, »0 tß O&tia ^e&t cbec mit anbaa 
Seitbeliimniiingen MiSunbm ifi, ttie in euer rinee, bie SebentuiiB wn p»««. 
BBriiui unb fo tommt M, b«n agi. Bid>»n aetreu, frafett immer »or, SgL fatti- 
Ba helue^jcKMoiIeniTuiiedeii bere (Laj*m.II. 5S1.). And ouar nodd« laden 
(IIJ. 1 1.) (and euere {>ar aflei lo^. jung. £.). pat meuere ttodden mart Ungct 
neoren hcre (111. S97.). S)a« @<^Dtt. getcaiu^t ba< cisfu^e unb baS Mibniwlte 
■in (btnfo: BeKor lOon ai »yn« (Scott, R. Roy 18.). And ay ttn »jfii« »he erie^ 
bewaie Of falae delnding man (Scott, Song (. Dial. of Craven U. 137.). 1 ll*Te 
ofleo (honght »ae amce tyrte (Anüq. 33.); uomit mm cinigennagett SciboW 
lungen wie bie be« a^b. mo xe, zvae uergleii^cn Iitim. 

«go, biStteilen no^ agone (f. I. 407.), befoiiber« bioleftifi, asi 
gone, mag '^ier »«gen einet mit liuco gtei^oitigcn fqntaftift^en Sirfnng 
[eine ©teDe finben. (Die« ^arficip Bejei^net in Setbinbuna mit einem 
i^m »Dtangeiicnten Beitbegtiffc bie feit einet angeführten !J^at|a(^t 61) 
im 3'i' ^** iRebenben, ober jn einet bon i^m bejtic^neten ijpDt^e w- 
fEoifeiK 3eit. (£« etitfprii^t in b« Siegel bem na^gep eilten ma, 
jebDt^ nic^t fi^Iei^t^in; tS fann au(^ bem norangeftellten nace gtei4> 
tommen, tnfofein nämttd^ bie j^ortiuirluR^ eiltet !£^ätig(eit obet bie ^ottbana 
eine« B^Pfit"^ '" *>er oerflojfenen ^e\t angenommen Werben mng. 

He'i drank, sir Toby, an hour agone (Shaksp., Twelflh N, 5, 1-^ 
Whicb ia no more tlian ha» beea dooe By kaights for ladie* loa) ^om 
(BuTL., Hud. 2, 1, 873.). Äe, a vihile agone, tbey mada ma, yea at, 
to miatake an bonsBt zealoua parauivaat for a Beminary (Babth. Fin 
n. 1. t>. Halliw. V.). — ThoM bleesed feet, Whieb, /ourUen hairti 
gtart ago, were nail'd, Foi oar advantage, on the bitter cxom (SsAitf., 
I Henr; IV. I, 1.). I aee him jei (_'tla now te» yrnr* ago,.) (Colul. 
Pi«. 1, 1.). For fi/ty yeon ago, the old men eay, Tbe Britoo he«* 
their nncient groves away (Bbt&Nt p. 95.}. She wM m widow, W 
ftari ago bad paated through her State of «eeds (DicebkB, M. Chazl«*' 
1, 3.). — Ti« not ten yeart gone, Since Sichard, and Horthomberiaiid.. 
DId featt togetber (Shaksp., II Henry IV. 3, 1.). 

attt 1 apeke of many himdred gare» age (Cbauc. , C. T. 6U5.). <v' 
day gan foraothe he was dede (Cov. Mrsr. p. 236.). Sie fi^on 5ti Chanctr 
freier Be^anbfftt gonnel tp hum für eint a6(olut* ^tticipialtonjitiittiiffl P 
{alten, uielmctii; t^er für eine Sdipfe, beten SJeronKflfinbifiuns {i^ noi^ in @£4" 
ttie 'ÜB now ten yeara ago ju bertatSen fi^eint 9m ^alb(. pe^t neben: if«" 
jer icoM agon BBflden bia cun hider com (L*jA)t. I. 15.) au^: ÄoiJ ure elderw 
iwa (ac. crislira) weoren , agan M /treo hundred jeren (luijiM. 1[1. 131.), 

Utl(^eT Jlnebnidflaetfe im Klte. entlpric^t: J becde tnj lir« leya, le leeen yf 
y-patted (P. Plouchm, p. IB.). 

SJem Sinne na4 (ann bis abwrbiale baek mit ago )itfiimtnttt^iui: 
Ten jran back — "Ha now at leaat ten yeari (TmntYS, p. 227.), 
^täpofitionen, totliit eine ^eujegung ebcr JSi^tKBg )■ 
einem QSegenßanbe ootauSfc^en. 

fo, agf. ti mit bem ^^ie, a(tf. to, tt, H, got^. du, a^. »', m. 
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nb ticSIt^tiina na^ t'ivtm @cgtiiflanbe onjngeten. Se ntt* 
Ifndft tnn griei^. rfi«, imb bielfai^ Um Toniaiiif4en )t, teoroud fi^ 
■ra4( aSgdttfdf Sqtf^ungcn ber $rä)>ofltton rc^tUn. 
LKe Snunibung Bon ff auf iSnmüii^e Sn^ättniffe Sictet t]evf{^ie> 
tat tStfiätteputOtt. 

») T)K ^röpofition uerbinbrt mit lE^atigfritflBegriffen im ©tgenfianb 
[wt^tt eint ^erfon ober ©a^t fein fanti), ju bem We Settegung 
int cigentli^en ober ibiEbtii^eii ©inne als jn intern 3<<I' fott- 

a] @ie tritt baqer lu inttanfi^i&ett SetBtn, ti>ie flehen, Iom> 
meit, eilen, flieQtn, fieigen, falten u. f. Id.: Go jaa to 
A»gtio (Shakbp., MeM. f. Meu. 3, !.)■ He departed lo hi§ kou»e 
(LvKS 1 , 23.). Come you to tue tt night (Shaksi-. , Merry W. 
2, 2.). Cime (o nijr armt agaiDl (Btr., Wern. 2, S.) /« your 
chinlry coMe to tMif (Bdi.w., Rienä 5, 1.) The %«ron t* re- 
tired to real (Byb., Wern. 1, 1.). To htm she kasltd (Milt., P. 
L. 9, 853.). To lAü place haiteturd Peveril (Scott, Pe*eril 2, 
%.). Ftee thou to Lahm (Gek. 27, 13.). I eee thy glory, lika 
■ ihooting Star, FnS In the bäte eartk (Shaksp., Rieb. II. 2, 4.). 
To tt«tr «pjiM- jVaä» they feU (Milt., P. L. 4, 331.). 1 hurritd 
dowD to the Aotüimg of my love (Whyte Mclvujje, Digby Gnod 
1.). Uj young blood nuhed to ny frrain (ib,). @e(bplDetj)änb* 
Ii4 gel^Bten ba^in au(( Teflejibe Strba: Wben he will lake 
kmseff to bed (Bxa., Wem. 1, 1.). Some bold nen . . 6ef ooi 
ÜieiMelveM lo tke teoodt (Macaci.., H, of £. I, 13.), Saffetbe 

ifl ber goU in mobalcn unb anbeien ^etben, toobei ber SSegciff bei 
Sme^nng eDTauägefegt ifl: Sha'S homa to her/alher (Shakbf., 
Cymb. 3, 2.). I ntiut to bed (Byb., Wem. 3, 2.). Let m to 
0» ckamber (I, 1.). They fJoÜ to tht ßamei (DouflL. Jebbold, 
PiiKm. of W. 2, 1.}} unb in anbeien SUitifen: Quick to your 
ipeart! (Bclw., K. Ärth. 9, 25.); Uielfat^ in bilblic^er üntten* 
bnag, Uie: To tht tnUwce (Bio., M». FaL 1, 2.). But to M« 
jwäif (3, 1). Sei tranfitiven Serben, mlä)t bie Sletaicgung 
einte ©egenßanbö ju einem 3)ele tejeif^nen, tsie fiteren, brin- 
gen, tragen, gießen, toerfen u. u. a. tritt bexfelbe gall ein- 
menndei^ iä folc^en Serien oui^ ber unbejetc^nett SJatio flehen 
lamt (f. @. 207), fo i^ boc^ bei $abDtIeI}rnng ber Örtlichen 
Oejie^mig to erforbcrli^: If thon bring thy gift to Ihe altar 
(Matth. 6, 23.). To tke grmatd Wich aolenm adoratian down 
they eatt Their erowni (Milt., P. L. 3, 350.)- Ueter^OUpt (Dm- 
men alle Si^ßfetttibegriffe ^ei in Setiai^t, tDcIdie bur^ bie 
6ertnfl)ifung mit ta alS bie Uifai^e einer Si"^t>cU)'8""0 erfi^ei« 
Ben ßnncn: Boata tbat for a guinea Will UAe a man to Umrt 
(Bbtakt p. 96.). She . , often preii'd bim to her irtast (Scott, 
L. MiiHtr. 6, 2Ö.). The king Kaohea To oaü the brlde to 
«Darf (Bdlw., Kchel. 2, 1.). Tbe doga are ordertd down to 
ttc foreti (Bye., Wem, 4, 1.). Art Come to eMde me to tkt 
toamiilf (Talt., Ion 2, 2.) There yoa ein täte ihip to Legkon 

Sm.Tr., Lady of L. 2, 1). SJiele bilblii^e «uöbTütfe ft^liegea 
i tttmtttdbac an ik ^or^dlnns bei Sott&enegimg jn cintm 



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3ittt au, bcren SßeijteclsuDgen ja enrfolgnt nü^t Üt Svfgaic 
b« ©taramatil fein lanit. Sgl.: How the poor wonun ista 
it to heart (Gay, Begg. Op. 1, 1.). üe looi lo rtading sudLi- 
tia (BrLW., Lad; of L. ], 2.). Tbe klag earl; put tha loyiltj 
of hia ProteatMit friencU fo (A« proqf (Maca.ui., II. of £. L 
43.) IC. 

3>icfn @t6iau(4 )it^t fl^ bun^ atlc @))T(i4tKriabnt: 9ttt. Th« mim 
goA to grounde (Wricht, Pop. Treal. p. ISS.). Hb dg icludde k 
the titxle kevene . . cotne (p. 134.). Some ßoat to kuUa and M ■» 
da* (R. OF Gl. I. 140.). And ((cy^A« to hecen» (Uao^idet. p. 131.) 
To TM »errond . . wiUe I glt/d« (Town. M. p, 41.). Th«t boäjtt 
ladde to Auir« (Aus. 46f>6.); ttliptitti: Ärera now (o ÄioSanl 
(Detos. or Rtcn. II. p. 18.). ^a16f. Bnittea wende to lande, Ki Vor 
timere (Lajah. II. 193.). ]>ei ueSen hi j^u« gründe twi f )iriRi 
buDdred (II. 191.). Ferde to htüe (I. Sl.). Teon KDei to lapft 
(L S7.). Writen he tende to Borne, to pan pape (II. 195.){ cllipli|(4: 
31) Alf««, to horte (U. 402.). Bgf. Gm !>* O Jltovole (Bkut. !ift) 
.Si^tm f>l (6 tenee (659.). p&fgrde he (ö Oo^ifcom (Math, t, Ü.) 
FimSU (S hUfbliim (Ll'c. 18, IS.). ]& bUg^D farad Sma mäm t 
tnikle (A.-S. HoHiL. II. 334.). 11! eendon xrendTrecan f£ .^ntimUi 
Leqo. £ufk. 49.). Gif [m inn^tj {lioe lüc tS ee/ode (Math, i, !lj 
Uanega I>r«h£l> besrna he geeyrd tb Driktne heors GoJc (Lcc. 1, 
16.). Sitfcltt Aonftmttion ttüilt f^on baS get^ifi^t du. 
,8) hieran reiljen fit^ 2:täti(jffita6egriffe unb Äbititibe, Belege an M 
leine gottbtiDeflung 6ejeic&iien, beren ÄuSbc^nung ufctt Er- 
jlrerfung aber Sie ju einem ffinbpunlte ^in in ißetta^t hnal 
iRebenbeftimmunQen ber 9{i(i)tung, aie namentlii^ up unb ifn« 
cerfiinbtn fi(^ &ier, wie au^ foufi, mit to. 

Say . . how far it is To tKi$ aame bleased Milford (Souir. 
Cymb. 3, 2.). And builda a bridge from thia world lo He mj 
(YoüNO, N. Tb. 8, 717.). Down cloTen lo Ihe icMh (Milt., P 
L. 6, 361.). We traced him np to ki» haU (Byk., Wem. 3, IJ 
Filled it life'a goWet lo Ihe brim (Lonof. I. 111,). Then wi 
thy cap..fnU to Me brim (Booebs, It., Poscari). ThOQ tlul 
drain the cup lo the dregs (Bülw. , Lady of L, 2, 1.). Up t 
tte eori in blood (Shakbp., I Henry IV. 4, 1.). 1 am pierc« 
b (Aeioul (Bich. II. 1, 1.). Ol etab ine to fAr Amri lome pilriif 
band (SowE, 3. Shore 4, 1.). Yoa tartcre ma to Ae Im* 
(SaetUD., BiT. 3, 2.). The; are moved to the nurroig (Bln.«. 
Bienii 1, 10.). Äa low as to Iky A«iirt. . thon liest (Suur- 
Bich. ir. 1, 2.). I am alrnck to the qück (Temp. 5, 1). I 
mean to prore him lo tke quick (Rowg, J. Shore 3, l.)j tit 
Ijtx: A Tory to tke qaick (Tcnnyb. p, 228.). Strip Natura wk« 
to tk* »hin (BuTL., Hud. I, 2, 401.). 

Site. Pro Rodes to Cypre bca 500 myle and more (M«mi<T 
p. 37.)r Tbe aonne is hejere than the tnaae more tban lache ttir« 
Than hit beo hnnne to M« mime (Wbioht, Pop. Tr««t. p. 134.). A* 
Uki^ bim haanu of a drajon from hia icholdroa to hit kek iM 
(Alis. 386.). To hü nduW heng hia ber^ (5699.). Ponrta 1171 bi 
a petit thyBg. Apereth noeht to hit navele (P. Plodgbm. p. Ü') 
Uy fluch« wa* betyn lo the bon (Cot. Utst. p. 348.). (olli 
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chitm« (Lajih. II. 49S.). Sm Vgf. ttffft ntuT )tMi aQ<( tä hn <IitgR> 
fillfc )U from fi^nlt^ MlWcnbet: p& geacah hi od ivefne &na hlsdr« 
fram «or<Ian tö Aeo/cnan (Gek. 26, 13.}; boc^ tnitb im 6in0C blfl laL 
tugu« Oft ticber öd gebraust Sgl. fül. 
y) Oh na^etn 3iiFiinimeti^anee mit bcm ongtTii^iten @c6Taud>c flt^t 
bie S9f;ei(^nung tei Hufibe^nung na^ So^l* Umfang, @iab, 
ober 9BlrIung tei Serben unb HciefliDcu. 

„Wbat may tbe kiag'a wbole battle reach nnto?" — - „Tb 
äirty tAoiuaitd." (Suaksf., I Henry IV. 4, 1.) Much of thii 
vut territor; — wbicb «mouuta to marly ont-teventh of tbe ter- 
restrial pari of tbe globe — is, bowever, nninbabited (CHambbiib, 
loformat. II. 207. II.). Hia Majesty's tongne bad Bwelled lo &e 
tue of a neat's tongue (Macaui.., U. of £. II. 15.). Ye ahall 
eat yoar bread to tke fvSl (Lev. 26, 5.). We aro read; to try 
OUT forUaea To the lail man (Shaksf., II Henry IV. 4, 2.). 
Will yoo force Rome to riae, lo a man, againat our order? (Bclw., 
BieBzi 1, 4.)- All tbinga «aar The seif- tarne atpect, lo my vfn/ tirti 
(Byb., Foacarl 1, I.) To ligbt to the last drop of blood (Butl., 
Hud. 1, 2, 651.). Theirbigbt waa (o an inck tbe aame (BuLW., 
Kcnzi 1, 4.). „Haet tbou, apirit Ferform'd lo poial tbe tempeat 
tbat I bade thee?" — „To eeery artiek." (Shaksf., Temp. 1, . 
3.) Wig, whiakcrs, and cbio ~ tufla alt right lo a hair (Th. Mdobe 
p. 470.). Wounded lo death (Jobr 5, 4,). Apollo does oot alwaya 
keep tbe bow struog to ita utmoit tention (Woyte Melvillx, 
Digb7 GTttnd 4.). Hoir then , . did tbja Edmund riie into faroar; 
become lo tue/i aalottUkmg extent a recoguiied fariner'a friend? 
(Carl., Paat a, Frea. U, '6.). Hia good iiature, «hieb andoubtedly 
amoanted to wtahuH (Mac&vl. , H. of K. II, 146.). Not fee- 
liog «bj be abonld be lored to the degret (Shbrid-, Biv. 1, 
2.). 1 lore yon eren lo madness (Lovcf. I. 170.). He wna 
generona, friendly, and bnre, to an exent (FnxD., J. AndF. 1, 
3.). Salisbnry -ma fooliah lo a proverb (Macaql., H. of E. III. 

31.). $n^ ueli^e eine Sef^ränlung auf etioai fiejeic^nen, 
netimen notfiilit^ an biefn Sonftnittion X^til : Tbia deterioration 
could not be limited to me aulhor ahne (Scott, Minatr. I. 20.). 
Tbe ofGce wai confiacd to out or ttco persont (Bulw. , Rienzi 
I, 2.). 

Oe^Iti^ bittet bii8 atlc, uo Sftn <" "> »eTgcjcsm i^: And it 
ia tro Babyloyne . . unto Metbon ..in to a 33 jirameyu (Mauicdcv. 
p, 42,). Hc hathe ülfiO tnto a 14000 alifaunti (p. 191.); f. irnto ntlb 
into. — To rtytige hem to deih (Ukpos. of Rich. II. p. IS.). To 
deth be wna y-slawe (Ai.i>. 720.). I blede to dede (Towh. M. 
p. 188.). Soapen to the fülle (F. Plodchh. p. 284.). ^aI6(. For- 
wnndcde Kai . . (o /tan bare dede {Lijiv. IIJ. 99.). S>a3 9b|. 
gtbraui^t Sä; ba^n Sd dnum (Ps. 13, 2. 52, 4.), ud bie engl. Ueb«' 
le^tuig V^t; Tbere ii none tbat doeth good, no, not one (Fa. 14, 3. 
6S, 8. cf. Bo». 3, 10.). ®(ten ifl tS: Qeetad (S fyüe (Luv. 26, 5.). 
b) Sie ¥räln>(ltion Bejei(titet aitr aaä) bie Äit^fnitg auf ein 3ttf, 

btffen grrcic^nng baburi^ nii^t Bebingt ober a&er^au)>t nii^t Uitotit 

tnib. 
Ibni face to/oc«, «nd blood; poiot (o poäi (Soaksp., Jobo 2, 

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S.). Tfaa apot to tokieh I pomt ii Fandiie (Milt^ F. L. 6, 733.). 
The Btately Baron . . Bent backwarda to hU horse'f loa (Scott, L. 
Wnatr. 3, 6.). Lady Sarah Sarcasm gtarted np, and, potaätg lo 
ny face, ejaculated, „Good GraciooB." (Bocrcic, Lond. ÄMnnnc« 
1.). Vanguard, to right and left tbe front w/old (Mut., F. L. 6, 
658.). IV tbat rose a little more to tha Uß (Bülw., Lulj of L 
1, 1.). A aecret portal — which opeti'd to the chantber (Bra, 
Wem. 5, 1.). Theae words spake Jaaoa, and lifted up hü ejei te 
heavtn (John IT, 1.). She iooi^d lo river, hoVd lo hat (Scott, 
L. Minatr. 5, 26.). Seitta toic look unb lef gefeit auf bae d^if^ 
®el)iet fi6et: Beware; looJt fo ttywj^/ (Shahsp., Bich. IL 5, 3.) 
Lifot lo ill (Byb., Wem. 1, 1.) Thia geotlemaii ia hni^y. Ste 
thou to ü (LoNOP. r. 196.). 

tUtc Sofre hym fint to toyche the mete, jar thyMif to h^ rede 
(HÄlliw., Freema». 739.). Aa I UAmU into the eeat An heigh w 
tAe tonne (P. Plovghu. p. 2.). Rgf. Ic g«8eah Drihten of anstDc iS 
ornHn« (Gem. 32, SO,). Nolde fartiuD hl« e^gan äheibon np (S ^«a 
A«o/<Mte (Luc. 18, 13. er. Jon. IT, 1.). Ic sceavode to nUron 
(P», 142, 4.). Seteoh (S me, Drihten (Ps. 12, 3.). — ihn Snalifi^ 
Xatäi\tH tftcT to mit on: The eyes of all them .. «ere fatteätd m 
ftnn (XuKK 4, SO.). I loohtd an my right hand (Ps. 142, 4.); tnc 
(*»n (rit alter 3ttt ©atb(. And WaA on njm (Lajak. II. 861.). Sgf, 
Ort Pona heqfen bekealdende (Marc. T, 84.)- @<^»n im fflct^. Mb 
du an^ t'i'f t'i' ^^"^ 8ti(!6tiine titjnetn, »gt Muc J, 34. Lac. 4, 
SO. Job. 17, 1. UcbtigraS f. tm unb at. 

' «) 8d btr bitt(^ to beseti^ncten 3ti<^tiing tommeit man^tthi Sngei' 
lit^e ^anblnngen in Sttrac^t, tute fi^ ntigtn, 6(iigeii, 
!nien u. bat., Uobci nauitntlii^ bte {Ri^tune ju eitttr föfn 
in Äebe pe^t. 

And boa'd her to the peopU (ShaMp., Henry VIIL 4, 1.}- 
Bather let my hesd Stoop to the block, than tfaeae knees bau 
to ony, Save to Ihe God of hearen, and to my king (II Henry VL 
4, 1.). Most humbly . . £nuäi? to your tiale (Oth. 1, 3.), Thtl 
fellow . . bov>s to otiery one (Leiqb Hunt, Legend of Flor. 1, 1.}. 
Lord Hastingi is inclined to call you master. And lated to iS- 
cAord, as to Jünffland"* ting (Kowe, J. Shore 3, 1,). Sech vH 
tbe easence that in Adam dwett, To vkiek all hosven . . iat" 

(Th. Mooeb p. 285.). ^üä) anbete ©anblnngen, nxUe all 
ßetifaen bet SeflTü|nng obei ^oi^at^tuns ^dten, artba 
butq to auf bie^ci^fon Bcgogen, an teelti^e fie genutet finb: Qf 
goet his bonnet to an oyiler-vewih (SkaksP-, Bich. IL 1, 4.), 
Captain Absolute, kuting hit hand to Lydia (Shkiud., Rlv. 3, 3-). 
He woved kU hand to tne, tbrew himaelf from bis horae etc. (Bulw., 
Lady of L. 6, 1.). ®o erftSrt fld^ bu^ to bei bem Sert triii' 
teil, jutiinicn, tsobei urf]>rätmti(!^ to niumit ^eTTonennaiii» 
beibunbett ift; Sgeiie^nn^en auf @a<^nanten, fo lote bie Sertiu> 
fc^ung be0 vtariffet titnten mit anbeten ge^Sten f^tetet ^öi 
an: I drmk to yo% in b glasa of tack (Sbakbp., II Henry VL 
3, 3.)' ^OQ will therefore Uke car« to eErmJt first to fie Mr 
of the booae, and noxt to the maater (CHiSTUtnzLD, Lett). 
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Ami liMlth ta a friend (Shkbid., Seh. f. Sc. 1, 2.). Hut WO 
mif loleinnue St. Peter'i faiit, And . . ifrini (o (wr lata imd 
kafpf viclory (Mabl., D. Fauat 3, 2.}. We 'II drmk to Am to^- 
ii^'s keaUh.' (Sbkbid. Knowi.eb, Haachb. 1, 1.) I drmi to oi^ 
bfüer ocTnomAmce (Coop-, Spy 1.) (ne6en to dfmt yoar keaUh [ib.])- 
KBhigh (o Aräi that's far iway Ö^'h. Moori p. ITT.); cKiptift^: 
„1^ you, m7 noble lord of WeBtmoreland ! " — „I pledge fOur 
giBce." (Sbakbp., II Hemy IV> i, 2.) A deep caronn to yo% 
fär bridt (Scott, L. MinRtr. 6, 8.). Here'a fo aar kotUu (BiB-, 
Wem. 1, 1.). 

Site. Conen botpeiU adonn lo hym (R. op Ol. L 63,). Botha man 
ud beeit to Ayn ilulla boiet (Town. U. p. 133.]. Alle aboieed Aire 
lo (Aus. 188.). 7i) Ihat lord Ihoa moaU lovU (Halliw., Freemu. 
7CK).). Knelynge to the kyng (F. Plodgbm. p. 8.). ^^ev Od kneM 
1» Qod we rroUe (Cov. Mtbt. p. 30.). $aIBf. Aond to biirt en«{«in 
te yMn Oodd ADDd luAMn Aürun (Oui. £138.). He cntokde to fian 
iüyge (Lajau. 11. 318.). 3m 9°l^l- tf^thtt n«^ bn Satiu tutot 
to mit fcinnn fiafu«; im 9gf. (abm nSmli^ Scrba Viit bägan, hnt- 
gm, lätan, tiupjan, UKti^e in 6<ius <tuf dnc Ootlic^nt tS )U fl^ 
lOmtn, intlfai^ bm Satt» b« $crfcm. 3{bo^ tciib au^ bit ¥i^^ 
Hbien juectafTcn: Ht iu^cm {>! tö Amt (Joe. 9, S7.). T6 fiam 
äidan kntgoR bim aenctaa {fiMDu. U. 341.); nie fencitS im Sot^.: 
£n^ knire meiu du oOin ^njins nDiaria (Eraia. 3, 14.). 2)0) 
jntiiiiten iß ba @ai^ uitb bem auebnitfc na^ alt^nflcbiai^t. Site. 
Ther of e coppe fo Aim he dronk (Alu. 4184.). Whan my lor^ 
fttn dr^nütA lo, Tbe coppe he acbel Co iriUe op-do (4220.). ^Kf. 
He com to {tan kinge mid ara haiUege & droiw io fxm ktng« (La- 
JAM. U. 180.). 

ii) Sbcn fo unib eine gioge Snja^l bon Ser^albesriffen, UKlt^e bic 
an eine Reifen ober einen peifonificiTten ©egenfionb (leiti^tete 
Sengernng be« ®ebanlen3 6ejei(^nen, fonflruirt, »le ftite» 
4en, teben, ist()!ein,Tnfen, pTebigen, fingen, flefjtn, 
flageit, betltagen, feufjen, l&^tn, bann auä) f^reiben 
n. 'm. !Dag einzelne SSerba bei Krt mtt^ einen ^eifonennamtn 
<Ue KRufatiuobitfl geflatten, ge^Birt nii^t ^iel|)ei:. 

Speuk lo tke Mtarintrt (Shakap., Temp. 1, 1.), Nerer tott U> 
mt (Ae Yon Like It 3, 4.). Be latkfd to «« of you and you 
immorUlitiea (Btb., LeU.). How can yon «oy to me — I an 
■ king? (Shaksf., Rieh. IL 3, 2.) I §aid to DaneeU: „How did 
yoo knoiT this?" (Byk., Fragtn.) Wkisptred yoaag knighta, in 
tone more mild, To laditi fair, and ladiea amiled (Scott, L. 
Miutr. 5, 6.). Mre. Handycock tehüpereil lo sie, „Nevor mind." 
(llutBTAT, Pet. Simple 1, 1.) The people eried to Pkaraok for 
bmd (GiK. 11, 55.). All tha people on hoard wero eri/mg to 
iratxn (MoiTiAsuB, Lett). Go hence, and hotol lo tko$e that 
will regsTd yon (Bows, j. Sbore 5, 1.). Apollo .. fvifin; lo hü 
tkefp (PovBL. Jebrolo, Bubblea 1.). I eppeul to Cetar (Acts 
2ö, 11.). He bad began to appeal to tki peoplt (BvLVt., Bieiui 
1, 4.). Freaehing to »tonei (Shaksf., HamL 3, 4.). I heard ■ 
danuel timgiag fo hertelf (BoOebSj It., An Advent.). A wreck> 
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5 , 4.). It ia ridicnloDi ecoogh to hetr him eompJmii (o xie c>f 
one Bererle; (Sberid., Bit. 2, 1.). I will occvm joa fo libc 
Fatker (John 5, 45.). 1 CBnnot plead to niy ntftrio« (BTt, 
Mu. FbI. 5, 1.). ThDB AduQ fo AnnMl/ Itmeubd loud (MiLt., 
P. L. 10, 845.). There they hoiat ua, To ery fo Hu tta thit 
roor'd (a at; to tigh to the'madx (8baibp., Temp. 1, 2.). 2)0' 
1^ aud) : Tbe praytr via» to hit patran tainl, The tigk »tu fs 
M( Jarfye fair (Scott, L. Minstr. 3, 5.). Now aeeat thoa ho« 
the aütra ;lare üed /d thee (Colrk., Wallenst. 1, 9.). Ai wod 
M h« rescbed Biagwood, Ite wrote to tht Ung (MacaüL., H, of 
E. II. 187.). ^UrauS ernfirfn fx^ goimeln btS Sunfi^cf 
etiEi bei Sitte, utläft an ^ä^tre äßefen gerietet ftnb, nie I 
wiiA, umld fo God, to Ue«Tea a. bgt. I uouM fo Jortat I coild 
take him there (Bbn Jons., Ev. M. in hia Hnm. 4, 6.). ffiwU 
to H«iic«n I had sought aomeching elae thsn the acalps (CutL., 
Paat a Pre«. 4, 8.); fo »ie eüiftifcfie Sßiibmniieeii, BkI*'^'!' 
ten U. bfli., tote; To Mory, on receiving her picture (Btr. p. 25i-). 
Tb Ue Owen (Tkmkts. p. V.). Ödes to Nm (Th, Moorb p. 124.). 
S)ie Sejie^ung tingcittei Bc't)^i^>^" ^^ genannten Kit auf f«i> 
litfte @egen(länbe nimmt eine eerfc^tebene <£c^ttining an, vir 
%. S. in: What tayst thon fo tkit? (Shakbp., Bich. II. 1, 1.) 
toae (asjt S)u baiu?, Ido t^ei[d eine abbittonelle, t^l 
eine erwiebetnbe aeußernng in Siebe fie^t And wlurt tmi 
Weimar to thia prolangfd abience of its poet (Lsweb, G. TL 48.). 
®ie matifi^e ©^jtac^e folgl ^litt latiBfi ©tttotniett; bie aitefte 6(i«*i 
i9 faß nc4 H6nn in brnt ©(brause »on to als bie neneie, vx l« 
geaugertt @<ban(( btt 9ti(^tung auf (int ^crfon crnFc^Iiegcn tarnt flu. 
The chUd ipah to hire (Uadbdev. p. 133.). To the eldet he ttÜi 
flnt etc. (R. OF Gl. I. 29.). And leide fo Sathaa eto. (F. Piadobn. 
p. S88.). And to th« hmtUer eoikd (p. S&S.). To oTBitakea h;m 
and (ofie to Ayn (p. 353.). The; ne waats to w&om ^or to ptaf 
(Defos. of Rica. II. p. 6.). Thai that mreiid the to «i«i (Wncar, 
Pohl. S. p. 200.). I>rag we non to Ood atmyshl (Haluiw., Freon». 
497.). Zb whom now ahalle -we make oure mone? (Tons. M. p. ISL) 
Ffor man to rtin Äy magati, mercy, mtrcj, mercy! wo erye (Cot. 
Mm. p. 106.). 3h ioAodi, th«ii, ihaU we lem, For to hava racev? 
(SaKLioH I. 19.). I hop« to Ood th>7 ben toachid in thU litel mip 
(Cmuc, C. T. p. 208. 1.). ftalfif. Pne guad to Äü sorgen (Lajau. UL 
3&6.). pu* MÖde Ardar anaa fo ado/en Am mOTinm (Rl. ST.) 
CUopode to Pan hing« (II. 174.). Jeome h« bad are to ^in ohaAtit 
Goiie (HL 189.). FnUiiht vt to />e jeomed (III. 181.). Heo hit 
mandt to alle monntn (I. 103.). 9gf. Adam gemaiide and tö £^u 
»prac (Cädm. 787.). pt cuad se Hielsnd (S Wm (Math. 8, 7.). Srt 
■iri Petraa (S Z>riAAie geeväd (A.'-S. Hohii,. II. 9S.). TS mlmm 
Oodt ic et?« (P>, 17, &.). Bit bl6d to me eieopad and e«sr«rf (Cnw. 
1009.). Bis gcooreara . . dy^endra H kha dÜgeB and aihtca (Lcc. 
18, ;.). Ic jwM<Ue OD däg-red tö f>e (P«. 5, S.). le bSne lA f» 
Üdde (Fa. 140, 1.). Nc vSae ge {lät ic eAr rr^ (S Fuder (Joa 
B, 4S. cf. Luc. 16, 1.) («(te. to Bccnae Jon onenJM t» fulir 
WiCLvrra), Ne pnrfon hl Jiuq lä meotude coiltaa gnfnan (Coo. 
ExoM. 83, 31.). Oewdon (6 him tat etc. (Sai. Cur. 105!.). UÜ 
riht« T« l«eatf fnUnm t6 fie, Drihten (Fa. 7, 1 1.). Q^cn baS M^ 
fc^t jn ;^^ IIA rw^'on btt ^lOfef. da, Uie )« Aro^a« mib U{raa, 



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IM bn gtic^. Itcft Kpa'c HtM (Lcc. IS, T. Uatm. 6, 8.). Sri 
tN^on wie bti wfr'iin, fe/^an, ^at baS ag|. gtuSbnli^ bra ilagni 
Sot», uoju ^äi oft tin ObietHatfufatiU 0(f<at. Sn^ aUc Ai I 
joa lag (Balliw., Freema:!. 3G9.). IIb laide m« . . That thoo m« 
«railirai hclpc (Whight, Anecd. p. 7.). anbtr« ÄenUruttionen Sit^ev 
gcbErign Betba i|i <ui anbero) Ortni bncitS gebaut »erben. Sie aba 
augn tinem €Sa^Dbj(Ite ein $ttfcncnolie[t »DTtomint, nnb bis (e^tne 
im ffiati» pe^ iP offtnbor urfttühgliii baS Seibälhiifi ein anbtit«. 
2)ie Scrbtnbuna b« '^etlonentatuS mit lü Wai btr ilnnfSQige Suebnid 
bn %t((tang, tcS^ienb bcm cinfa^tn 2)atit) bit ^tt^etlfgung Ux 
fcripn bafl S3t|entltc^e, bie ^innenbung in bnfdben tat UnnxfnU' 
lit^e i^t. 
9ti btm Scgiifie btt Stu^c, ober auf bit gtagt wo? ^ot to im 
ßngtift^fit teine ©teae. 

3n ©äten wie: S/and to me (Shaksp,, U aenrj IV. 2, 1.). 
5/imd ^ your arm*.' (Coler-, Picc. 1, 6.) I lal dornt u to a 
iptndid banqiKt (RoGERfl, It., For. Trav.) ifl bit SoifltQuiIg b« 

Sduegung ni^t CTlof^en, tootei jum "tfftü. bte $tät)ofttiDn im 
tt^ifc^eii Sinne aufiufafTen i|t. ^alettili^ loitb aber to bitoei' 
tnt ffir at gebtau^t: Wben tue*« 70U to PlynoiMi' (Haluw. 
». to.) 

SItt. Ib (Äe mefe thay mirrm y-ttl (Ai.ia. 53B.). 5aib|. Heo fefm 
fi) ftorde (L.ijAH. II. SOI.). Po alle iceoren iieten lo Aeore mele (11. 
540.), »0 bte jflngtw ©pro$( nt »orjie^f: sit down a( a meal u. bflt 
S04 fit^t bittcrilen to btm n^b, )u in SScjng auf Bvtlit^tS CntiKtlen 
flltii^: ?»albf, To Landene Im {le «erchebiscop stol t>a to Cantwareburi 
wet Kdde tdon (Laja«. II. 601.). 9gf. Ic TÜla )iBt ibIc man «^ giydej 
Tyrde tS ^on^M aod fram gemote (Leog. Cnut. I. B. 76.). 

2.auf baS 3<it*)C'^^äItnig bejoQcii, teitb to in verft^itbeiin: äSeife 
«enDtnbd.^ 

■) $Dn bei Vuöbe^nung tie ju einem l£nb))unfte getrauet, etttfinri^t 
t<im ffiefentU^en bet gragebiS nann? ober nie langt?, ttobel 
Patt eines 3(it6egriffö ein abjIrQttce ebet lonftrteß SWenniiwrt da* 
treten tanit, Ktl^ti bie 3<'t an^u.^eigen befümmt ift, in lettre ttnt 
S^öti^ett cbtr bit <S^Penj tint^ @egen|tanbee fSHt. Vn f!d) läum» 
lic^e oefümmangen loit np berbinben fit^ aai), Srr|lfirlettb, mit 
biefem to. 3)ie ^rätiDfition ntä)\tlt mit HU. ®. biefe ^räpofitlon. 
Ftdid aixteeD years of age to tixty (SHAKar., Cymb. 4, 2.). 
Biace tha biith of Cain . . To kirn tbaC did btit yeetetä&y Buspira 
(John 3, i.y Her blood woald reat npon thee to poslerity (Bowi, 
Fair Penit. 4, 1.). Saions, «boie pasteritf to f4u day forma the 
bnik of tbe people of tbat part of odt coantry (Chambers, Engl. 
Liter, p. 2.). Let Clement'a salary be paid up to nett gnarter- 
day (Scott, B. Boy %). ladead, op lo thi prtttnt (fay, the 
dowager ia able to giTs an oecaaioDal helpiog Iiand (Trollope, 
Framl. Parion. 1 , 3.). To tht utlermosl moment thkt they can, 
Thi* raee atill help themaelvei at cheflpeat rat« WJth aUTisb sonU 
(Coleb., Picc. 4, 7.). To tlu last bis lora for Cornelia ms pu- 
«ionate (Lewu, G. I. IB.). 

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„The mail? Ät on« o'dock." — „Wli»l la it now?" — „&. qn«r- 
ter to." (TiNNTB. p. 225.). 

Kitt, Thal the; dwellfd io Itre 7b the fgffientU yert (EbcH. C. di 
Zj. 20S.}' ^i* mad«r he dnde kepe ao heode, Fair (o Ayr ^r>'« *>^ 
(Ali«. 46S8.). ^)albt> peane mihte he atonde Io per» teortde lang» 
(Lajam. JI. S26.). 9gf. He [iser Vnnode fS Au enii« (Sax. Chb. G3S.). 
Lof tum and Tardmint le&s (3 eoruU (Lbqq. Ckot. I. A. 96.). Oft 
Ifti bae agf. on, uo ba« ®Dt^. fil^pn du srtuxnbtt: Qn «ce lU (Job. 
6, 37.). On ScDjae [12, 84.) 3m @Dt^. wa ^ btffot on^ M 

b) &tT in älterer ^at tatltex audgete^nte @eBtau(^ bon to jur So 
jei^niutg bet 3"' in allgemeincc äSeifc auf bie Siooe toann? ift 
bon ber iQngeren ©^rad^e nur in nnjctnen abbnMalni Xirfinimmi 
tl^oItEn, teie lo-day, (o-ntjrAf, to-morrovi, to-morrote tKOnäng, lo- 
morrmo night (bgl. Shaksf., I Henry IV. 1, 2. Jcbn 4, 3.),' b; 
(o-norrw dUtner Urne (I Henr; IV. 2, 4.). X)ia(dtif{^ {1»^ ni)^ 
lldii^: tO'faotro« dai/, to-monöi, to-year n. tt. 

tute. I »halle be hia borghe (o-yere He faly» no more para (Towh, H. 
p. 281.). To je«, horno (Cathou Airat. MS. lec. XV. 6. BaUiw. t.). 
$atbf. He arai to l>aa mid-mhU (Lijam. I. 824.). To one ftnj« din« [M 
hired wai iaomiied (II. &40.). We {>e wnlled jelden bxü hnndred 
poDdeo Io o/fftM j6rtt /(Ulm (lU. 163.). dm Sgf. t^ btt Scftirnnrnng 
bc< mann? burt^ f^ ft^i snnB^nlu^ : He tu tS-däg Icenned (A.-S. Hokd.. 
n. 4.). Syle £U (6-dägt dOmfKatne blied, hlftf Oaenie (Cod. Exoh. 41!^ 
S6.). Beod her tS mhi (Nun. 23, 13.). Dnbten Tjrcd vondn (AMiye* 
(Jos. 3, 5,). TS middr» nHiie (aboat midnight} (Cod. Exor. 11, 4.). 
pun tieÖTe . . |)*t sjld hu Tünnsa d riAlre Hd» (Pa. 1, 3. 4.). Brt 
Doldest ^a cnman cd Ob M Pasrt fttfe fie As n^d-tearf tu? (Fa. 9, 80.) 
Veode H 'S nimer« flc (Sax. Chh. 1047.). ViUelm . . fordfErd« U 
gedm dige (1096.). pk t6 iS« Andrtat matten fbrdfSrdH m cpig 
Eddmand (1016.). @c^Dn im (Soä). fblb du nuiur^init (I..C0B. 16, 81.} 

nnb iiu naht (Ldo. IT, 8.) anjutnffen. 
3.9Ia^t litgt bie iSenoetibtti^ ooti t» bei ber SorfleHnna einer 3>>fant' 
menae^ärigfeit ober ©emetnfc^aft, tDet^t fiq t^äU al8 dn 
obbitioneHe« ^ittjnlommen, t^eiis aie Setbinbung nnb Set* 
Inüpfnng, t^riie al« Set^tigung tmSSeifetii unb unter betCin- 
tsiriung tineS ©egenpanbed borfielEt 3n finjelnen S&Qni begtgnn 
fid^ to unb tnM. 

a) IDie SorfleQuTtg einei abbitionellen Serme^rnng lontmt 6« tM 
imb etv» join, mite IX. bgL in Sdetroc^t, Hielte jOiD^ in bie nlc^ß- 
folgenbe ffiiaffe (b)) übergeben. 

The Tones . . who hoped that a general elecUon woold o^ to 
tkeir »trmgtk, were for tbe negative (Macaul., H. of E. IV. ST.). 
L.Hsve troe to »ot, Borrow (0 torrow Jobi'd (Ssacbp., Bich. 11. 
2, S.). To thete aecoti^Uthtnenl» be ttmted a coneiderable »hare ot 
RtrotiK nataral peuetratioD (BoscoE, Loranzo). 9u(^ (enint bCX 
Ceflriff ber Sermetfrung ober be« ^injutommen« in onbeter SSet« 
binbnng eov, toe bad ©a^Oerb tl^n ni^t foibert: And to tkat dvt- 
Utt temper of bis mind Be hath a wiidom tfaat dotb gaide bia 
Talonr (Shaksp., Macb. S, 1.}. IfI,.lo ku ih^e, were beir of 
dl tbia land (John 1, 1.). 
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God hali addi/d tiorave to lorwe (Cov. Miet. p. lOS.). 9<it£f. yi ich 
nime ^ blöd , . & io to mtn« Um« (Laj^m. II. 239.)- Saf- fcan &ne 
dne Id Aw onAtaieiK (Luc. 19, 85.). Na dS dud DfcDQi beorauui dC 
hnnig f^ nänre offranga (Lbtit. t, 11.). VIm Tcmi Toridritan |>« M 
godeiBidan rihilagan Toiotdlaga ie/(an (Leog. .Xthelb. m, MXIII. 2T.). 
b) ^ftg f!nb tntranfltibe ttnb trattf^tibt ^aia, Utli^e bit iBebeutung 
bn bonernbcn Sctbinbung cinri @es«i^anbeä mit einem anbent 
im »gtntUi^en obn 6ilblj(^en @inne erhalten loOen, mit ta lonftruirt, 
IDte cleaoe, glae, ciiof , ttUk, hang, adhrre, grota (DeitDai$feil) K., 
Md, baut, tu, hui, IM, fatten, ckain, rivet, teraa, nail, pia, fim, 
atlaeh, tUly ic., VAi med, many n. bgL m. 

Thj bod'b blocd, cleamag to my btadt (Shaksp., III Henry VI. 
1, 3.). My bones eUavt to ny tkitt (Ps. 102, 5.). The hond ttutt 
■kw tili it conld ila; no moie, Wag glutd lo lAt tword-AUt with 
lodian göre (Ccwf. p. 97.). LeC bim who crawl* enaffloiu'd of 
decaf, Cling to hii eouek and lickea y«ara awa; (Btb., Coruür 1, 
1.). Mj child Who now cZw^f to me (Sbebid. Enowus, Virgio. 4, 
2.). Tboa ha*l $tuei to tte bare fortvne of tliat beggsr PoBthnmoi 
(Shakbp-, C]-mb. 3, ö.). He kaa tluck to Ait mittler and Mrred 
him ^tbfnll; (Whtte Melvillb, Digby Grud 3.). To hang to . . 

— to adhers eloselj (Webst, t.). It «eema to be the itady 
of the sqnire to adhere . . to whit he coDBlden the old Undmuka 
of English msDoon (Ibvimo, Bracebr. H. Ftmily 8erf.). Our knoea 
■hall kneel tili to £U grmtmd they ffrow (Shaesp., Bich. IL 5, 3.). 

— Tbe niated naiU feil from the knota That held the paar to Ihe 
gardat maU (Tkhkts. p.' 9.). Tba tiea wbieh boimd the North 
Americaa eoloniei to the parent ttate (HaoaVi.., H. of E!. L 2.). 
How anhappx ia he, That ü tfd to a the (Addis., Roaani, 1, 2.). 
A pDirerfal tie of love, of veneratioa, Hath htit thee to &iw 
(CoLCR., Pice. 3, 1.). All this will aoaa FoUow, aa to Am ünVd in 
mal or woe (Hilt., F. L, 9, 132.). It is one of the pecnliar ad- 
Taotagea of theie great anireraitieB, that the; often Imh the poor 
■cholar to Ihe rieh palron bjr early tnd heart-felt tie* (Tbtimo, 
Bneebr. H. A literarj Antiqu.). The genioB of the atany brow 
Hot ekain'd thee to tky ChpÜ'* breart (Tb. Moobk p. 177.). Why 
Aoold I write this domi, that'* riveled, Screvfd to my metnoiy 
(BHaxsp., Cymb. 9, 3.). NaUed to this «alt of eagle - baffling 
monDtain (Shelley, Prometh. I.). Kie..locks ber in embracing, 
ai if Bhe woold pin her to her hearl (Shaksp., Wint. T. 5, 2.), I 
willjEr my trembling lipi to llu»e (Rowe, J. Shore Ö, 1.). AU o«, 
«ho 're ßxed and mortiied to hii fortme (Colbb., F!cc. 3, 3.)- ^be 
hnband foat passiODately altaehed lo hü vife (Wa-m Mu.vn.LE, 
Digby Grand 14.). Tme wit ü more nearly tdüed to good-nat»e 
(hau yoDT ladyBhip ia aware of (SasRio., 8ch. f. Sc. 2, 2.). Adam 
vedded to anolMer See, Shall lire with her enjoying (Milt., P. L. 
9, 827.). A womsn married lo a hiuband (Üxüteb. 22, 22,). 
Hiai Nicely is going to be nuirried to her oion /oatnuxH (Shebio., 

Seh. f. Sc. 1, 1.). iVed unb «tarry ge^Bieit ^ie^ in bei S3eben< 
tmig oex^etiat^tn mit jemanb. 
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allacher, allter, marier u.a. ttOTtommt; anbera lomanif^ |inb nf^UiiL 
aitC. 5« deced to knavit (Dn-oit. or Hicn. II. p. 8.). Fab jaran utd 
araran to *yniony thnl cfecy« (Tows. M, p. 914.). Thow hott fal bin 
To FaU (P. Plodcuh. p. 85.). Ths pece , . to Ott uAicAe hii honda 
loemi nayled (Madhuet. p. 10.]. — Ych wot fe (nariB.. Tb ^i»6IhI 
hachiler (R, of Gi.. I. 30.). And bad hire vnderslonda To vihawi beo 
volda ymaritd he (ib ). put he iclmlde al mjd fie kjnedame laiz 71 
dojter «pou»i (0 on kty prince (I. 89.). Da« le^tf Seffpitlifl onffallnt, 
ba afr. apoter, eipouser, {tmatib ^eiiat^tn, bcn 9ttuf. bei |iit btti 
»ie bafl aW*6'*'"'<"it« "«^ (Tows. H. 76ft-. Lajam. II. 510.). «g|. 
Edle {)» {ling lie (S Abm Ufre elifjad (Lrvit. 1, 8.). Mhi tnnp ü 
gmleofod lö mlnum ^town (Ps. 31, 13.). Oefiumfan 16 baU {Cod. 
EiuiH. 196, 1!.). Betar« hjm vieia ]üt an cveom-nAn trere ti kii 
4veoran geengt IMarc, 9 , 42.). S9ci lödi/jan u. 0. flc^t aui^ bn tilo^ 
SJatiö, »it au^ anbete ¥räflo|iHon(n in anber^ Seiieftniig. r«W>™, 
teveiUyan, Bpoodere, in matrimonliua dare aiicui, f^einra um mit btn 
Satte ttoTjulomnien. 
c) äBon n)ettfc^i<^tigfm Oefcraui^c ifl to. too tine J|ätigleit tneä^nt 
toirb, Uel^e im Seifein, inSbefotibtre unier 3)litffiirtunfl tbn 
Sinutrlung etneS @egenpanbeä bottjogen tcirb- ^Suftg tcmneti 
baBei SautSugerungen ober !7&TpeT6ttDeguugen unt ©entdt^ttitlM- 
gungen bor, toä} auij anbexe SijStigFeiten. IBian Ogl. soitnd, «ci», 
ring, roar, snorl, sing, vreep, ttarl, spring, dance, paee, tremblt, äini, 
guiver, tanish, meil u. Q. 

How (o Uu axe tbe belms did tound (Scott, L. Miastr. 5, 21.]. 
Until he Iieard the mountaina round Ring to täe baj/ing of ■ hoimd 
(3, 14.). The arched eichten .. Rang to tht viarrior'i ebaüv 
itridt (2, 3.]. Tbe luaty bellows roartd Ha hal to Ihe cUer ßrt 
(DiCKSNS, M. CbDEzIen. I, 2.). Tbeii ateeda are bridied, and Morl 
to tht rem (Btb., Siegs 22.). To tk' harp they mmg Soft «idokkii 
ditüea (MiLT., F. L. 11, 58^.). And we itart, and vxep, and IrtmhU, 
To the Winä, the wandering Wind (Ubb. Hbmans p. 85.). H( 
embarka, the boat Springt to the aar (BooEita, It., Foscaii). UbD 
not daaee To eotry tane of every minister (Colcr. , Ficc. 1, 4.}. 
To marek to goal to hit okk music (Dol'ql. Jebhold, Fmon. vi 
W. 2, 2.). Meiry elves thsir morrice pacinff lo atrial jiÜMtlriUt 
(Scott, L. Minatr. 1, 15.). When firit Maduira trembied to ü Im 
(Byb. p. 317.). The grove Where every sceated tree Tkriäi b 
Ihe deep vokt of tba aea (Mrh. IIemaks p. 8».). The Ukei tbil 
fuim* to tk« evrling bitexe (Popf., Eloiaa to Abel.). To a itra*J', 
kotiow, and coufiaed nein, they havily canuA (Shaksp., Temp. ^ 
1.). A choir of virgins melting, not to Vetla't ßre (Byk. p. 3'6-)' 
Sie filtert Sproßt \i)tmt laum SeifpjtCe bief« Htt )u tnt^Ittn. K« 
»irb babei an ben &ibxaaii) US fr. ä unb bffl lat ad erinnrtt, nit i« 
l'air reten(i( au bniil du canon; (Jonffr au rioion, aux dumioiu. " 
»im da violon ; les fouiilea dea arbres Iremilent au moindre oetU (Acad.)- 
eanere ad tibiam, ad rüharam u, bgt. Äautti m3i$ten S(te. örift*'' 
^iefret }U jieVn ttin, ttret Til ihc daj ilawed Tbisa damyselea daanceil«. 
lliat men rangen to th» rtnrexion (P. Pi.ougiih. p. 395.). Sie tlK 
@t)Tai^e bcbicnt ft(^ nnbertt ^rSpofitionnt: Site. How hotanna bg orga»i> 
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hapeit hnlede« {»er funjm (Lijam. I. 155.). Hgf. Sirjad bine «lid 

Anrpum and on j5(er« t^trengean hearpan (Pt. 83, 2.). Ogt He6 mid 

liDsaniaiii sauge gemagode )>)Lie heupan svgg (Afollok. qf T- p. 16.). 

4.an bic SnftcQung tine8 SnbjieU« unb dnei %id)tuns f<(ticgt fh^ b« 

9(gri|f b« SefttmmuKg auf natürß^e Seife. Oeftn begegnen 

M to nnb for. 

i) Sie 99efiimmuno, bleiche ^ier in SSetcac^t tevami, ifl bie ti6jte< 
lang einer Zi)ätig,Uit auf ettoa«- atö beabftc^tigte golge einer X^S* 
tigteit ijl fte becett S^o^i^; infofent jene go[ge nic^t als &ea6f!c(* 
tigt batjepellt »irb, erft^tint bet burc^ bie ^atur bei ®aäit btbingte 
t^lfäd^lit^e Srfolg. ^et ^ätaMait, meiere an fi(^ leine Zeu- 
ben} aufibräifen, fann ein mit to angerei^leS ©afiglicb ben ^iotd 
ober ben Srfolg bejei^nen, »oiü&er ber ^ufaotmen^ang |u entf^ei* 
btn (tat. • 

Creftted v> thoa ut to nohler end (Milt^ F. L. 11, 605.). Born 
to Itisure and opuiaice (InviNO, Bracebr. H. ; Engl. Countrr Geotlam.). 
She is come to anoint mjr body to tA« buryvy (Mabx. 14, 6.). 
A fftrmer, vbo had two boqb whom fao bred up to tAe butiAtt» 
(FtCLD-, J. Andr. II. 14.). Tbe commandmeat wbich me ordained 
to Ufe, l found it to be mto dtalk (fiOH. 7, 10.). A» I doomV 
To life or deoM/* (Addis., Cato 3, 3.) He . . wu foond gnilty, and 
MDtencsd ia dealA (Warben, Diary 11.). Hadibraa adMDc'd to'« 
aüJ (BUTL., Hud. 1, 3, 501.). Some, to Uc finry of thä Lord, 
Ferjar'd tbemselves (2, 2, 137.). The itaUlf priest bad aaid Higb 
»oida of power aod praise Tb the glory of Che dead (MbS. Heuass 
p. 20.). This genial .. mother employed her facult; for itory-tel- 
ling to hit md ker ow» dtSght (Lbwxb, G. I. 19.). — The; did 
■o; to Me amiueaeiti of mine eyee, That took'd upon't (Süaksp., 
Hieb. 2, 4.). Tbe Slawata and the Martjaitz, On whom tbe 
Emperor heaps bis gifts and gncea, Tb äe keart-bumiiiff of all 
good Bohemians (Coler., Pice. 1, 2.). New employera Froduce 
new dutieB, Giulio; to IIk hvrt, SometimeB, of old one« (Leiqh 
Htnrr, Legend of Flor. I, 3.). Me . . Hast tbon made reign and 
triumph, to My «com, O'er mine owb miaeiy (Shelley, Fromedi. 1.). 
SUc. Sehe <ru demed to Ihe duhe (Maundkv. p. G9.). The wykkede 
he KhAt cond«mpDe to lA« peyau of Helle [p. 133.). Comen qnjk to 
Aü toanire (Alis. 2G20.). Bc Cook hi^m (wo pens To lißod, aa it wers 
(P. Floughh. p. 3SS.). — Thal he is alayne me fro Ta my grtat paane 
OTui »0 (Skeltox I. 62). Si^on ba8 agf. ^at ^ier in nt«n*ra gäfffn 
tS: Dam ta hl IS dedde (Coi., Exom. 247, 81.). Adam fls (teBtifndo iS 
dtddt [A.-S. HuKit.. II. 12.). Get>otade . . iidltee de6d 1e6duiii tS Julpe 
(Cod. Exoh. 72, IG.), pi äsende b« ^ne jitmo Sann tO lAinm Ufe t& 
Are äi^ttdaitte (A.-S. Huiul. It. 372.). pät h! rtddon Ln mToatra 
iriran CtlsM (ö love (= lofe) (Sax. Caft. 655.). 3)o* Bjitb oft m (latt 
(ö wnHnbct, ^Suiig in bei %liliclitEetf(t[ung au^ ba, tso boa @ot^ (fu 
0CbHn<(t: Heu com ii> amy^ianne mlDDo lichaman on byrgene (Uaru. 
14, 8.). Bolzende dtcd-bdle on »ynna /orgijfeneue (1, 4.); auc^ tM^fett 
U vA on ebne mciHi^ Untrrf^ieb bei Sebeutung: On fiam Ic eom 
gebaren, and tS fram ic com on middan-eard (Job. 18, 37.), W> 
Wictjfre Uberfe)}!: \ in fnt fiing am bome, and to fnt \ came into 
t>e «vride. SteiUEgl. To t/u* md 1 waa bom, and for thii auue I cam« 
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b) 2)ie SefttmmunQ ju cbtr ffit tttoaS lommt (ci etun gToga 
3a^[ Den !£^ätiB!cite6egTiffcn in Sctta^t, inib ü6n:^^ b«, w 
bit Sfflrifft ber Stranlaffutig, Äuffobctung, Cttjiflii^' 
lungf B^^ing ob» SeretfrtJQitng, fo nit bit ber Stttgung, 
beS @trebetie, b« Simsitlisung, 9ei<itf(^aft mtb @(> 
uä^Tung im ®a^e maaggetenb tonrben. 

SuBpicions dupMe -kingi (o iyrtmny (Bacon). He wu ilupaw^ 
to mirtk (Shaksp., Ant. ». Cleop. 1, 2.). The Ui^Ung nÜMtci 
«imnioia tbee to joy (Rowe, Fair Fenit. 1, 1.). Tha worda of Ji- 
äta were good, and afale to tür them iqt to volar (IL Macc. 8, 
31.). Thaa all ibout her entietd to pleature and vohptmtmua 
(iBvrsa, Brftcebr. H., The Stadent of Salam.). When a vontn b- 
ves, a kind look, a tender word, caa pernade her to am/Omg (Gat, 
Begg. Op. 3, 1.). riL trj to forte joq to yow duly (Binx-, Hud. 

2, 2, 483.}. And sparr'd bis steed fo ^Uf career (Scott, L. Miutr. 

3, 5.). Robbery provokes to robbety; mnrder to ataaitutüäot (Bo- 
QEBS, It., Nat. Frejud.). I wo« lempHng him (o a <tep which iraidd 
rain hm cbaracter (Whtts Melvillb, Digby Qrand 15.). Whti 
(rivoloiu ante-chftmber tioklmg Attmut tho pnlie to levitjf (LEiGa 
Hu»T, Legend of Flor. 1 , 2.). She ma» tnlitUd ta htr nMer'i 
forhme at the doatb of her father (FnxD., T. Jon. 7, 8.). 3> 
tupired to treato« (Btr., Mar. Fal. 4, 2.). She might readilf kB* 
eontmted to a divoret (Lswes, G. II. 328.). To rnnri iIijmU H 
what thoa art like to be (Shaksp., Tmiab N. 2, 5.). Mut i 
resolnte, who dow appears Mad« up to all extreme* (Colbk., Tia- 
1, 3.). Hfl itood retign'd To Ike deerer, whate'er it wen (Bn., 
Bfar. Fal. 1, 2.). The Noraemen Irah'd to wpo3 and blond (Scon, 
L. Miiutr. 6, 22.). Long tued To tuek tigktt (Btr., Foicari 1, ii- 
An aged kaigbt, to danger eieefd (4, 9.). Slbicttibc MTUanttn 
StebeututiQ t)er6inben fi(^ tiat \o mit to.- Competencj ii the nixt 
taceatwe to mätaln/ (Dkcay of Fiety). A man of qaick ud n- 
gorotu parta, bat couBtitntionall/ proTU to inmlenoe and to <i» 
aa^rypuftoM (Macaul. II. 22.); unb ncgotibe Sottttcn, tmt mmd, 
itaaceiutomed, uiUDOHted lt. bg(.: Utaued to lAe meltinp ntood {StttSB-, 

Oth. 5, 2.), toDju man attii %b{ettJDc attbtrer ürt jS^Im Bnit^ 
' mtiäit UnfHifil'itf UnEtntiffiitglif^Ieit obtt Stbntigitng ii 

6ilbli(i|er äSeife auSbtüden, Uit tlow, fardy, tunorou, mufr, coJImi. 
dtaf, blind, dtad u- bg{., URb bei beneit bad Eatetnifi^e jlsifi^ni M 
3)flti B «nb ad mit bem HHufatib f^loanft: To pray'r, reprKtaaa, t^ 
obedience dM..MiDe ear shall not be tlow (Milt., P.'L. 3, I9I.)- 
To vice induttrioti*, bat to noblt dtedt Tmorout %aA üoäifd (S 
116.). To beasta, whom God . . Created mvte to all arÜadaU to^ 
9, 556.). Withoat an edacation to render them calioa» la cotlffl 
(GoLDBU., Vic. 3.). Degenerate Brilons I are yon dead lo iktm/^ 
(Byr. p. 322.) The law ia blind la the agera — Ifnx-tyed to i* 
deed (Bülw., Bienzi 4, 2.). S)i)(^ [c^eiben fiS) bitfe Sqit^linäa 
nicbt ü6etan bon bm urfpräitglidicn 'S)atit»Mi^ältniffnir tDown w 
tcr^in bit 8ttbc ift. 

Kitt. |>« *eond kandeliehe eggtd na to oOenutK (Hiu.nr., Dkt, IL 
B5T, 1.). Zb hav9 meved jon to ony ouiJt (Diroa. or Ricb. IL p- &)■ 

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BKbfii dmh to ffhbmy, th/rd him to <jm in ptide (Tows. M. p. 21.). 
Tedu ta» to no traor (P, Plouqbh. p. SO.). With alle mekenu I 
*V" to ***• «»«»^ (CoY, M*BT. p. 114,), The/ that . . conMn^ to 
(*« Jjnne (Cbauc, C. T, p. 308. L). I , . tsärMJ eft to (I«pe (P. Fixiuohh. 
p. J69.). ne,..sarUA hjm (o r«(e (p. 1*3.). 3n btn Itt)tni etlfpit« 
In nmUe b« ^nfiniti» gcmnnt fdu, sgt ^Ib[. Hehten heare caihtM 
jonliCTi heoiii (0 jMh (Laju). II. 396.). — He that u (uount to ihii 
mne (Chauc, C. T. p. 201. I.). Whan that t, man ia not viont to 
tiTong drinie (ib.), 9m ÄgJ. ifi Sd B^nlic^tn EiätiflleiwStgtiRtn tS 
g^in^iiä); Ue Dadte tö /oriceape icykte (Cadm. 895.). Gif liedTioMi 
M^* 'ö f^dAonned ;en^ (Lkgo. ^li-r. fi. 25.). Gif man eeorlM 
■«micn i6 n^dhamttd« geprediad (ib.). He gtlardt nüne haada t6 
t^tohte (Pa. 17, 33.). Oearvige eäc rö AHj^on^e hnm fnn on g«<re 
gahw hine sflfe (Leoo. ^^thei.b., Codc. j^nham. 21.), Gemmige 
Rdomlice fj fCTi/iie (ib.). &o <mä) bei bcgnffesntoanbtm SbjcrtiDtn; 
li feahU gearu (Ntn. 21, 83.), Forelieaid tö yfeU (Gsn. 8, 21.). 
Mxt boi aStf^ffl »on w niit/ii»r im engltft^ra (. b. $ta(ip|. /or. 
iDI^ifa^ uirb to mit einem <Su6|lantiDbegiifft ba gc£iauc^e, too 
d» äejlimaiung im Sage auftritt, ael(^e (onji ^aufig afö präbi' 
fiticet älominati» oEei fltlufatio erfi^eint. ajie atn @uB' 
jtftt ober D&jettc s^f'S" Scflimmung uirb in biefem SaQe ^U baä- 
loigc baigcflttlt, uo)u ber @e^enflanb fii^ eignet cber teoju er 
toirb unb bient. iöeilauftg i^ bertitd bie Sertauft^ung beS ÜJJo' 
minottb unb btJ HRufativ mit bem bon to begleiteten @ubftantiD 
rmö^nt ffioiben. ißiir geben Itfaerfli^tU^ bie babei eortommenben 
^obotbegtiffe. 

[ein. Sei biefem Seibalbegriffe f<^eint to frS^e aufgegeben ju 
fein. ®. IL 33. 

t)iäi\. Na I>er mao to £<nM (Lajak, JII, 265.), agf. ]lät td Mfe 
rSt of [lun gebrote (Math. 15, 37.), pii be rare lö byne eallom 
gtleüralinm mannnm (Job &, Ettm, 5, 18.). Da« l&sVij. gebraust dn; 
Mtf Mdanft^ bat 9gf. Cftcr mit on: B&id tvegen on anum ^tue« 
(Uasc. 10, B.). preoru bsod on gerihie, and ungerjda on imiäe vtgo» 
{Lcf, 3, 6.). 

toerben, Ueber bit ffonflruttton Bon ^row mib (htm mit to (unb 
tato) f. II. 34. tiber ouc^ onbere tntranfltJve Stiba, 'aitii)t eine 
Serfaiberung ober Sernanblung ju etuaä beteic^nen unb einen 
(tjbitittiDen IRominatib nic^t juEajfen, »erben fi^nti^ lon^irt. 

Seu'd oo hi« club, and made it dinmdlt Ta feebU dittaff {Bvtl^ 
Hnd. 3, 1, 355.). Year« lo momentt shrink, Agea to years (Youno, 
S. Th. 2, 136.). Uow oft oar pftce Hof ilaeken'd lo a pmte 
(Cawr. p. 166.). lU cid bod; i» uo« /biic« to tottori (Carl., Fut 
a. Pro». 4, 8.). 

Die atte €!)na4e ^at ebenfaSs bieft Sonftruftien auf onbere intranflli« 
Bert« Aftertragcn, namentlidb an^ auf beeomen: Hfte. Thaone folleth hit 
nfk idoaD, and to devt becomtth bo (Weicht, Fop. Treat. p. 13T.). 
Bil UeomeA lo a iMJcke blöd (p. 139.). AI here purpoB g-eome hit 
Ji to noAe {Wbioht, PoUl S. p. 21*.). Ai men m*j te in wintre 
iMkelei and evesjuge« , . ifefte . . To m^ and to wo(re (F. Ploiiohm. 
p. S6I.). AI to peiu lie to-rof (R. of Gr.. I, 28.). ffiieHei^t gebBtt 
i«^nr S^on ba« ©alBf. Nmte he nauore whLdef no nanere a wortde- 
tiche lo Khan hfl bieome (Lajam. II. 338.) (What becatna of him?). 
Qti|))ielt btr Kondition be« flgf. veordan unb bei on^ intranjitiMn 
«•»Mt, etgl. Ot II. 1» ^-, , 

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S90 li.tf). B)Dit'U.6abfUfluna. I.H6|4n- SettfSgntiB. n. S. atft. CNttttfL 

ävendan mit lä ftitb II. 35. f/t^titXl', aanan, beeuman, grSvan, ^/nm 
fi^einnt \o nic^t DDqitfaminni. SaA &tüi. gtixtaiäfi du bei v^r^; 
bat Sgf. MrUnfi^t bicc iu tottbcrunt Sftn mit on: S« atin . . y« gtiirim 
on [imro bjrnao heäfod (Mise. IS, 10.). 

cpiflellcn als tttaae ge^&it nur in äCteßer ^ät ^i^. S. 
n. 204. 

ma^en JU (tlsae. @. It. 201 i|t niui^eUteffit, ttie bic jüit* 
geit ©pia^c im SlQgcntetntn btn bo)>^elten Sffufatib BetUtnbtt, 
tDo eine prSbifatibe Seflimniuna bcS ObjeneS ale baS Srgebnig b« 
X^StioIeit baigeftelü ta>iib, icfi^renb bie Stiere 3eit Bitlfudi u mit 
bttn Subjtantib an bie ©teile ttS pTäbifatiben ^ftufatit) fe^tt @. 
II. 304. 35o^ bat eine Slnja^I fattitiftet «erbütbegriffe (o 6t- 
galten; tS flnb weiba, Ueli^e gleich ben unter totrbtn aufgefaß- 
ten intranfiticen , bem Segriffe einer Seränbernng ober 8«- 
aanblung entfpreciien , roobei bie Art ber ©erfinberuttg fe^t w 
[(Rieben fein fann. @ie be^alleit to auc^ bei i^ren $af|1ufoniiai 
unb treffen fetten mit ben ^trben'jufammen, Icel^e einen jirSti' 
latibcn StominatiD ober XRnfatib eiueS @nbftantie anjnne^ncn |Ä> 
^tg finb, Ucnnglei^ ein prSbilatibeS SCbicFtib bei i^nen eine Stellt 
fiitben ßnnte. To »e^felt mit into. ©. tiefe ^rfipcfftion. Bei 
@runb ber (Sr^allung bon to unb ber ÄttSf^tießung eine« pröti- 
Otiten ftflfu« ip »ieffai^ bie ©efö^rbung beö ©innefl bnri^ tiiw 
ffiräbilateiafu«, fo loie ber Umfianb, baß ein aufße^obener ©tgo' 
nanb nic^t fügli^ iin bem auS il}m ^erborgegangenen fein $rdti' 
(Qt ^aben tann, fenbem bie ajorjiellunj fi^ natürtii^ mit «■ 
Uebergange befl einen @egenpanbeS in ben anbent tber jn Um 
anberen 6e{^Sfli9t. 

Serba, ntlä)t fi(( mit to berbinben, ftnb bad tranßtibt tun, Jta, 
ekaitge, reduce, diminith unb (innberwanbte, fo ttie »er6a flitiili^f 
JT^iätigleit fonfreterer 'Urt, UDbutt^ bie ißeränberung eineS ©es«' 
^anbeä benirtt Uirb, mie fear, rmd, cvt, dash, ttrüe, btal, hl*, 
iweeien ic, fettenec iijerba geifiiger S:^ätigfeit, n>te mu« k. 

There is a word will Priam tarn to ilone (Shakbp., Troil. ft. Cr. 
5, 11.). Not even contonted vrith a aceptre, tili They catt «mtrl 
it to a tao'edgtd taord (Byb., Mar. Fal. 6, 1.). Seqa«l ot gW' 
don coald not alter me to /airer (Tcnnts. p. 104.). -Wh«n i*- 
brotial NigbC . , the face of brighteat heaT*!! lüid elumj/'d To gnt^d 
taiÜght (Milt., P. L. 5, 642.). The caoticle» are ckmged to «rfr 
bands (LoMaF. I. 13K.). Salf^urooa and oiCroDt fram . . th«7 näiH 
To btackat grain (AUlt., P. L. 6, 512.). Thenca with what plea- 
tnre liaye we jait discem'd The distaat ploogh . . aod . . The ibod; 
•woin dhaimth'd to a bof (Cowp. p. 166.). TVor him to JNem 
(Shakbp., J. Ck«. 3, 3.). What's more hon'rable thaa teui, <* 
■kin to IttOen mt in wara (fiuTL., Hnd. 2, 1, 219.). CW Üb k 
pitctt (Shaksp., John 4, 3.). Spare hia few year», WWch griff 
vid shame nitl tooa cul doim to dayg (Btb. , Mar. fU. &, !)■ 
Such implements of miicbief aa ahall dtuh To pücet, and o^wlMta 
frhateTer Stands Adverie (Max., P. I,. 6, 488.). Guaida . . Shonld'ritA, 
and (tauding u if stnck to itone (Cowp. p. 5.). Firat bw Ua 
Uid apoB hii t>eUy, Then btatt» back «od aide, f« j*Bf {Bmu, 

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Had. 2, 1 , 243.), Shame htm the e\ute\ to cindtr (Yodmo, N. 
Tb. 4, 548.). The Vandalg of oar igle . . Hsee burni /o Auf a 
nobler pile Than erer Roman »aw (Cowp. p. 342.). To see your 
■Dger, Itke oar Adrian navea, 0'er*weep all bounda, and foam itaelf 
to dir (Btb., Mar. Fal. 1, 2.). To niakc a civet of Iheir gong 
Obacene, and rateten ordure to perfumt (YoüNo, N. Th. 5, 11.). 
SoiTOv tiiight mute heraelf to madness then (Cowp. p. 50.). (£S 
Berf!(^ ft4 bog eine fe(te Segrenjung bn I^äligleiWbefltiffe in We- 
(tr Scjie^ung triebt öor^anben iit. 

Siag bn alten Sfirat^e aui^ augnr ben II. 204. angegebenen gfilleit 
Hf ^täijofiticn to Bie bem SßeuniaHf^tn juloramt ip Iric^t ju nmefffn. 
I^^ Holj chjrchB &, [lat lond ha deitrvede al lo noj/e (R. ov Gl. II. 
414.). To »male peett icb hjm wolila tahaike (1. 141.). They braiai 
tpera to tlycet (Alis, S833.). Brenne AI to S/oo atiet The honaea 
(P. Plodgiiu. p. 49.). »af, pa dtendwi lii heora frflfer t6 edvUe (Jon 
\. Ettm. 3, 43.). Se H^hMa sende bis Tord, and gekcgrfed vät üre 
laod and Qts falc ii belerem, and ht and heora land tä vyricm (Ps. 45, 
5.). HyldoD ^ offrnDga and ceorfm tä lüason (LaviT. 1, 6.), TÖdtüan 
li tr^ä (Geh. 15, 10.). Statt lo uivb au^ on gebTau<^t; Tödteian on 
teä (Gek. 32, 7,). Tociedf on tvä (Lacü. Mi.fR. Th», 18.); bo^tr bal 
»etoltete attno ^= in (iDO. 

SJieSer&alBegtiffe^aicii, geBen, nehmen, tri n gen, legen, 
fe^en unb anbete beilotinWe, tocl^e jum Zi)cii in ökrtragen« 
S6(beutuna einer ber 6ereit8 oufgefü^rten ffilaffen jugerc^net toeiben 
Smien, pabtn Weniger £ei steueren aiS in ätterei Rät, gumeilen 
jebDi^ nur in bef^^rSnltem 3}?aage, to bei bem <3egenpnbe, »el^cr 
bietneifl beabj^t^tigte iSeftimtnung eineS £)Bj,efteS ent^SIt. 

I had rather hare Tay borsc to my miatress (Sha¥Bp., Henry V. 
3, 7.). Tba saven had ber to wife (Mark. 12, 23.). She took 
Zilpah her ntaid, and gave her Jacob to wife (Gek. 30, 9.). 
When ho took Rebekah to toi/e (25, 20.). What ia not holy, that 
wa Bwear not by, But take the bighedt to milneu (Skaksp.^ AU'a 
Wall 4, 2.). Italja: l tote (colf) God to w.ine5» U. a. Come iay 
Iheir iwotda lo piacn (ShaüSp., Merry Wiv. 3, 1.). The tord bringeth 
the connael of the heathen to nought (Ps. 33, 10.). Ve^nti^ ftilft 
tö bei begehren: Warwick ia thither gone, to crave the French 
king-s aiater To uife for Edward (Shakbp., III Henry VI. 3, 1.). 

aite. He fiatWe . . waler to hu drink (Ch*uc., CT, p. 191. IJ.}. A. 
m. poand he had to fet (Ifoh. 546.). I have oone to my fere, 
Ai abarp aa thyalyQe (Tuwn. H, p. 100.). Je ml have atedyi To 
3<mr midy* (Co». Mtst. p. 138.), This ich jeve tho to medüig 
(Wdght, Anecd, p. 8.). They lakett hire donghtrea . . to kere leyftt 
(UicmKT. p. 288.). I take Qad to wilneue (P. Plouohm. p. STT.). 
Take it to good (Towk. M. p. 12,). Take it (o no grtfe (p. 114.). 
Beiaiif Ihi» gold to my oferyng (p. 132.). I frrynjf the rekjis, aa 
is right, To myn offeremd (ib.). SBtiBfaccion . . To noghte bringith dedly 
linne (P. Plodchm. p. 279.). T have the y-»en( A top and a Boorge 
tofrttent {Ai.ia, 1728.), Y the byqweth^, by my lif, To thu ipmue, 
mj genta wif (46S2,). Tho whiehe the amperonr Constance aedded 
to Au tejif (Haundev. p. 12.). To toedde Mary to mji toxf (Cov. Mist, 
p. IS3.). Ibu!^ tei ttge^rtn tomnil to t>ox: If he uüneth thee (o tn/ 
(P, pLwcaM, p. 49.). ^albf. His moder ich habbt to to^e (Lajui. II. 
aai.). AoriUen Ad/«^ lo üwren ^riUi Ratend ridaren (II, 2G0.). ATdur 



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heo nom lo w^t (11. filO.). Udsr . . non Ygnrae to fitene (IL 384.)- 

Hin lond icb wnll« mHe to uedde for leolaere (II. 635 *q-)- ^- P°i^b 

mötoD VC Me 0« (ö gvmgram hatbaa (Cjm«. 405.)- fWiffe^ J* 

Bedrnlfe . . seges gyldenne sigocea t£ tedn« (Beov. 2044.)- P^ leoiile heiS 

Zelfan hira fioene Jacoba itf el/e (Gkn. 30, B.). 1« I>a llUe I«M« 

f^ «t^unt yrfs (Ps. 3, S.). P& >>e noni Bebeccan IS vtfe (Geh. !5, 20.]. 

And ™/ftij hine hini M funa (S*x. Chr. 639.). Pona god (mde foloa 

tö frSfre (Beov. 26.). Abntbua tealde yig tS vedde, ntUei Tondea 

gold (Cjbdh. 206S.). He CAm t>one ■tfcn..uid dnerde lüoe f^ Moorei 

(Ge.n. 28, 18.) u. m. 0. Sc^on bnS ®at^. gebrauch (in in fi^nlii^ 

SEB(i(e tri fciftan, oi^an, yiSon, tiimon lt. 0. 

Ö, a) Qtt ker Sejte^ung auf einen mit lo (ingcfü^Tten ®tgenfiaRb Imtit 

tiieftt bie ajorflettung eine« SHaagpatea ober einet 9iorm emedeii, 

xoeiäin eine S^ätigEeit, ®a^e ob» Sigenfc^aft qemfig ijt. (£« |ha> 

hn bie bal)in ju rci^nenben ^eifpiele bftei an bic oben eiloä^ntc St* 

Kimmung btS ©labeS, bie ju toet^eni fl^ ettoad »{heilt. 

Tosk m« to Ute ward (Sbaksf., I Henry IV, i, 1.). If joo woold 
■Bk (o the purpmt, aik tbis lady's conseat to mkke joa h*ppf 
(GOLDSM., G. Nnt. M. 2.). Favrnl we have nooe to äu vabt of hii 
deiuaiid (Bbn Jokb., Et. M. id bis Hum. 4, 1.). Thy other aelf, 
Thy «isb ezactly to Ihf hearCi detire (Mar., F. L. 8, 450.]. I Iiopa 
you '11 find It to your mind (Goldbh., She Scoops 2.). Who Utu to 
natare, rarely can be poor; Who liveB ta fancy, never can be rieh 
(YouNQ, N. Tb. 6, 530.). At firat.-they aeek the middle Geld; bat 
scatter'd bj degrees, £ach to ki» cAoice, aoon irhiten all tho Und 
(Cowp. p. 170.). Hq waa itill the aame as erer, still acting ta Ihr 
btst of bis judgmeot for tbe good of bis fellow Citizen* (Boaeea, 
It., M. GriSboi). Each to kU huraour — Comas all allows (Btb. 
p. 323.). To my knotoUdgt, I never in my life did look oa him 
(Shaksi'., Bich. II. 2, 3.). He retumed home, ta aÜ appearanee, a 
cbanged man (Lewbs, G. II. ö3.). !S}ie bie SUotfießung bec ©emäf- 
fftit mit ber eineä errci^ten StßaageS jufammentiifft, {eigen ®td(at 
toie: Ue..act* «p to the $t«limenis ha professas (Shebid., Beb. f. Sc 
1, 2.). 

9}eTW unb Übieltive, locl^e Snj|tmeffen(eit unb UcBtTtin* 
ftimmung bejeif^ntn, dBisd^I jum S^eil mit with oertunben, ne^m« 

ni(^t feiten to JU fic^, Uie agree, auit, coi^orm, eoniaU ic, agrteMt, 
tuitaUe, ül-iuHtd, coatonant, congmdal, proporüimable , aecordi^ K. 
ProportioH'd like the colamni ta tkt temple (Byk., Mar. FaÜ 3, 
2.). Wo are uow poor.. and wiidom bidi as om^otm to oir hoM» 
litualion (Goi.DSM., Vic. 3.). Life will tml itielf to Sorr««'* mod 
detesltd frmi (Btr., Ch. Har. 3, 34.). Jgreeable to appointment, I 
went neit to Bailie Nicol Jarrie's (Scott, R. Boy 24.). Such hearti 
ES ours wäre never pair'd above; Ill-niied to eacA otiier (Bowe, Fair 
Penit. 2, 1.). Congaiial to kü ditpotititm (Wemt. v.) JC Ueter fit 
Cgi. II. 192. 

Tita to fallt mtlfcfaii mit bem temanif^en k nnb Iitttfaiifi(tm ad jb- 
tammm: attt. No« nxaks we man to our Uknet (Towk. M. p. 9.). Cgt. 
Rene. IiSt m ta^e nun in tmr äiage, t^tar aur lüfcenBu (Gee. I, SC). — 
I yow biTiig otber tydjnge«, That mekjl moro is to your MyÖa (Bira. 
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lond [Xi-m. 53S.). Q<M no leolier . . No mjghte tha atoiiM to iMrth bigg« 
{6706,}. And dronke wjn, «nd eke pjmeut, Whjt *and red, al to ialeTit 
(417S.). Asd uide Lhe; wolde with him vende, Wjde and eide, to hit 
«ilfe (6015.). Abjdyth heie stylle (o jmir pletgnge (Cov. Mtbt. ji. 102.), 
Mercr itTth bnt (o «y piwon (p. 109.). 3n leiten gaUttt tttfi^rt fli^ to 
Bit m, i^ter, ftüftvc mit od: 9at6{. Eaen h« wolde r«d«i] Edwine to Au 
iHMlen (Lajam. III. 243.). Wind heom com im ailU (III, 229.). .^am 
tom to wate ;}b. jflng. £.). Wind ston (stond) an viOen (I. 47.). Wind 
Mt a( mUe (ib. jÜng. £.). Sgf. God gewedp [wk man itf hU anÜeneue 
(GiM. I, 26.). Mon t&» t^ godea onflcn«!!« Brest geiceapen (Cadm. ISSS.). 
Sa^u M i6äe (Beot. 101.) (»onetcn säde, s6dam, «n, mid lode IM>r> 
bninuii). Kn {m . . häfst . . fä ^Hic« get>^od ^Inara bearran (Camu 50t.) 
(ftnlK^ on {mdcc}. SnStgttff bnUe6cT(in{)imiiiiiiig, P^an, gep^jon, 
t*t bcn Sinti» ebn bic $T5ti0fition mül bti fl^. 
b)3)i( äufoBiintnflsnung eineS ©egenfianbeS mit tinim onberen toiib 
'jiun 8uflbmcfe btS äjei^ättniffes ju bemfelben in qualitativer ober 
nuntitatioer $itift(bt. S)er mit to einseflt^rte ©egenftanb 6ilbtt ben 
«oaJflaB fflt bit Seigleit^nns- 

Ta tke matt of Wien thiB \t a Caltban, And thej /□ Mm are angele 
(teAKSP., Henry IV.. 1, 2.). War eeem'd a civil game To iku uproar 
(MilTt P. L. 6, 667.). What is a Pelham'e head, to PelAam's kearl? 
(YoOBO, N. Th. G, 282.). The present Constitution of the countrj 
il lo lAe coitfüfufion under which aha Soorished five hundred yeare 
1^ what the tree ia la the lapling, what the man is to the boy (Ma- 
CiCL. , H. of E. I. 25.). -The bill was lost by forty eight votes to 
ftrtg teve» (IX. 57.). Earl Randolph has but one to fen (Scott, 
Loid of tbe Isl. 6, 18.). SIu^ ki ber bur^ eine SBette unterffil^> 
ttn !Be^aii)>tttttg tommt to ooi. <S.9 erinnert an bie flnnfäßige @eg«t> 
i&er^änng bei gu erlegtnben $fänber, tnobei bei UebcT&ietenbe bit 
»ngleii^ÄDrife grBgcn ^"Oerfld^t unb ©ii^cr^eit $efunbet unb Cerbücgt: 
I due, tfaereon, pawn tha uoiety of my estate to yonr rtPi; (Shaksf., 
Cymb, 1, 5). Ifwe wroQght oot life, 'twas ten to one (II Henry IV. 
1, 1.). She heard me, all the world to nothing (Bss Jons., Ev. M. 
in big Ham. 2, 1.). Hy how of yew to a kazel wand, Tboa'lt make 
Ibem irork npon the Border (Scott, L. Minatr. 3, 20.). 

Sei wrßttt^tteiftr 3u(ammniflennii8 ip 'o, btm tat. ad, ^kS). itpo'e 
cSt^gret^enb, »on oltem öeSraud^: Klte- Ther ti'j» to hym tyg«, oo lyoo, 
So ao best, lo feloan (Alis. 6548.). £o<$ t^ agein, agänä ^auflgei; 
üitfae ii a Intel horfte ajMi hevene (Wrioht, Pop. Treat. p. 132.). Tha 
kyi^ea Losen ten ageyni on in wen-ynges (Alis. 6094.), ttotnit man im 
$a(bf. Serglet^en mag: Ajan pme imeie heo habbeod twastne (Lajam. IIL 
41.). 3ni Sgf. flnbe ii^ tö in folc^ei Scjic^rniQ niift uruxnbet. 

eine Bertoanbte 3ufainmen(ieHuna i^ bie einer ©a^e mit iVent 
frcife, toelt^et ol8 ber ÜRaagjlat unb ba« lauf^mittef bevfetben 
Hl^t. a>ie jflnflert ©ijrac^e ^at bie SSerwenbung t>on to in biefem 
gaUe anfgegeben. ©a^in mag man inbeH«« *'« Sßtrfcinbung Don coet 
Sit bitfti ^iStioflion re(^nen- 

„H« ii at Oiford still, ii he not?" — „Indeed, lir, to my Mf(.„ 

(Skamp, II Henry IV. 3, 3.) „Yea, ye»," eaidshe, „yon ehall h«»o 

fnrther eridence to your eoii." (Shollet, Bod. Band. 23.) The 

iwiaat will ne it '0 kü coH (Scott, Loid of the Isl. 5, 24.). 

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294 U.X4. Sert' u. Sa^fflsmis. I. SUfi^-'SSortfasung. II. 2). otii. eathp, 

mit btin flfi. Mire a eott, a grand eoU (Bom. ob Koc 11249.) inftmntD, 
wofür bie ntutte ft. ©pra^t i. mit depens, frais Mnwnbrt: tItts nu 
ddptni d'autraij sauver quelqu'un aux diperu de aa propre viei derenirwge 
& f<M dipent; It lei frait et dipera {kcko.). grüftn \i)m brauet btl 
ffinattf*« au* ei; To duello ai hii coitage (MS. 6. Halliw. t.). 3m ftoftj, 
tlij^ tnan mid: Mid hu ajere eottninge bringen heam lo LODdeuoe (La- 
jAH. II. S24.). Sa« ^af. ^t bei iBnt^&cpJmnlunecli fö: pia mihtt Wa 
geieald tö micfum veorite (Math. 26, 8.). peca aealf mitite b«6n gcMild IS 
^rtm Aund iinie^unt (Mailü. u, ü.). iScilfiu^g mag «na^ttt ftin, baf btt q[, 

caftfyan, Mnwre, T'cil f'^O" 'WI ^al^t' mi' '"t- «»"to«, (ifr, corter, coiw« 
mifl^t, ttofeer ^fllM' Mitnms, altt. eostned ~ oosled (P. Plouchm. p, 13.), 
6.^ae nteifl in fciferer Sejie^ung jum @a^e, oft e]Ii))ttfi4 erf^dnentt 
to in ber 3}(iHiibutig mit as bieitt baju, bte !tufincif|anileit aaf nncn 
in Setrai^t Ifmmenben ©egenfianb ju ritzten, ob« ben ©tgen^ 
rin}ufü^ren, in SSejit^ung auf loüittn obEi in Sttrefi btjfm iigtnl 
cllbafi auSgefagt uiib. 

Bat at lo tke icmeh, I am reaolved abe ahall not aettle bera (Fizlo, 
J. Ändr. 4, 3.). The thougbtleaa igaorance of mort&ls a* to Uu a^ti 
ruh tbey run (Ibvind, Bracebr. H. Lover'a Troubtes). &a the IJriiif 
was worth 900 1. a year, there could bo no doabt at lo Cht ttisHiitj 
of a clericol profeasioa (Trüllofe, Pniml. ParsoD. 1, 1.}. Bot no* 
at lo Ihit Ckaldieotet itt (1, 2.). 

3)itft Cnbinbung ninncrt jnar an baS fc. quam h, ieäf i^M» 
ni(^t (tUM auf quam gcgiünbd, fo uttiig als in bem tnlfiju^nibtn tj«- 
f. for. ®it Walut bicftB at »trb Stirn anebilfofte ttBrtett »nbni. Di« 
gormd ifl 0U(^ im aite, gebtäm^Iii^ : J« (o Ike ßnle tynrvs in snptrtmtf 
of clothiDg ilc, (CnAuf., C. T. p. 193. II.}. Now, aire, <» to (Ae jwsrtltai 
ToUina elepith csasea, trhiche that ia the laate pofni, thon ehalt couidn 
that this wrong . . a cngendred of the hnte of thin enemye» (ib. p. lüS. L 
er. 1S8. I.). X)a6 in btm aa tiif^ ber ^äfnafwiH liest, bcmiß MUi^ 
f0an bie Qcrbinbnng befftlben mit to , uo ber unter 5. a) angtgebciK %^ 
ßott ^t: AM to my thynkifnge, ihese daja ihre, Tbat je abaeuM bin ^ 
away, Be more lengere >□ th«r degrä Than alle the Space of lij. jne itj 
(Cot, Myst. p. 197.). Ea« bem Bat. ad, ®rie(^. xa™ entfpitiSfnbt to iji 
im agj. nit^t anjufrefftn unb no^l romanifL^tm ffiinfinffe jujuf^cttbni. 
7. ©ie ^ßtäpofition lo in ffievbiiibung mit einem ^auptmorte ober W' 
Worte er|(^cint enblic^ a(e ber Sxfc^ eines urfptiln^licöen grananif*?" 
ob» tomanif^en unb (ateinifi^en Slati» ber iSet^etligung unb iutit# 
öle ?ßerfoneufafue. 

Dag ba« romanif^e a (ä) bon 6tbeutcnbcm (SinfCufTc auf btc SuibdinN 
blefci Urnft^reibung i^, (ann ui^t abgtlSugnet icabeu. SSÜit aber battr- 
mflnifc^c a bra aeec^ftl btg la teilt ifi^en Satib mit bem wa ad beaEcitttn I" 
fue jum aueganaepunfte ^t, fo jt^lt au^ bei Umf^reibuRQ mit <a ein tt' 
tall im «NsellS^fil^tn uic^t. Sing bet agf. Siatib ben iffie^fcl mit t^ t>ii- 
Iwilen gemattet, ift oben ®. 211 angeführt, uobet fiA bie Knf^oiumfM' 
RÜerbiiiBi uenSnbert, ebat jeboi^ fai^ti^i (in^K er^cbüi^en Unt(i14i^ 1' 
begiünben. @e UKi^felte fi^on im ©M^if^en ber S)atitt bi^toetlen nil bot 
aon du begleiteten Safue ;. S. bei qißm, nx^an (ju einem r*eii)- 9< 
Ssf. ttitb HD* Sfter lö angetroffen, no ber 3)ttiB ja gcnSgen \ifi^'- 
I>o(jan ne Tolde jrel and ondTcin, [Äa {>« «r dyde lä Sarran (iZmoh. Hit''- 
Ugl. UM gfl Aym pit evlfo (Math, 7, 12.). Ic Jiearfa eom du li M !"■ 
Icten (Pb. 9, Si.); bgl.'üiit 2Ui derelictna mm pau{ier. Vunllic lic gt^' 
frode iS flrei Drihwaai Av'?«»« (Sai. Chb. 1058,). 

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n^moibed eta i\)x mtgtgnttsiifenbee C^jett cnaDflft^ obn gt* 

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a) 8n ollan ifl baS Serb be ju Semnrfcn, neSni fficli^nn bie ttm> 
[<^Tfi6itiis ItS iDatto bun^ to dntti ))offeffibeii g^aratter 
n^ltnt ittmt (est mihi >= habeo). 

To tehom God will, there be tbe rictory (Sbaesf., III Heniy VI. 
3, 5.). Thsre ü no want ft) tltem that fear bim (Fe. 34, 9.). 
There are two aides to fwry quesHon (Whyte Mkltillb, Digby 
Grand 4.). @Ii^tif[^: Glory to God in tbe higbettt (Lüek 2, 
14.) Death fo Ike Cardinal.' (Bulw., Bichel. 3, 2.) Woe to Ai 
ktad wbo*e eja bebeld lij cbild Zuleika'B face UDTeil'd (Btb., 
Bride 1, 3.); f. oben ®. 214. 

Ktx. Tfae kyngdom of Anbye, (hat iro* (o on of tbe R kyngei 
^miDEv. p. 36.). Myrth and lovyng fi« to Ae! (Towii. M. p. 2.) 
Sn alte 3)atiu i|l bin jitra IHjüi [Snger nbollnt. ^Ibf. 8i ßriklttm 
opp inn beoffneas Wurrtiminut aacd lolf acod wnUderr (Orh. 33T8.). 
9si- 'S'j! «truin Drihtne lof ud ruldor anil vnrdinyiit: (S. Gutht^o 32.). 
Qode i§ raldor OD heibiiysse .' (Luc. S, U.). ^^ »e iyd d&dm gOd«i 
Tua, Jie hine ondredad (Ps. 33, 9.]. Him vSt dömea geTuld (Cov. 
Exo!(. 14, 33.). V& e6e t)edatra beam (S, Gutblac &,). 

2Bc eiiK Iptflbitatiee obn: obsetbiaft Stftimmtiit^ gn 
6« tritt, ci^ält bnr mnfc^cbcnf S)atiD ^ötifig bii Sebtutung nnd 
@egni|ta}tb{d, fUt ben etmaS fion Onterefle unb ^ebtutung jfl, 
jU bellen SJort^eil obn 9}a(^t^«l eS geteii^t (datiTus commodi et 

incommodi): Wkatt patlee to a nttn), or laws, Thst never comei 
witbin their cUwb? (Bdtl., Hud. 2, 2, 281.) I beard Of yonr 
Ute loBB : but 'li$ « (ri/fe In one of your order (Bvk. , Wem. 2, 
1.). Tbe inggestioii of the sage Peter (Do* a oiiion qf glory to 
Ae miollier (luviHO, Bracebr. H., Dolpb Heyliger). You have 
bte» a good angel to me (Diokinb, M. Chuzzle*. •!, 6.). To thaa 
be «NH itiU Abe good Duke (Uacaul., H. of E. II. 146.). The 
■Dnibine on my patb wo« lo me lu a friend (Bryamt p. 22.). 
A^rtne and Beauty we at goddeuti bolh to a peatanl and to 
prätce (BuLW-, Money 1, 4.). Silence ü a Aill to m (Srcllkt, 
Prometh. 1.). She ha» been like a cküd to me (Sserid. Kmowles, 
Tiigin, 4, 2.). Tbe wbolo vrorld wut not half so vnde To Alex- 
wuitr..Jt aal a paltry narrow tub to Diogenet (Butl., Bad. 
1, 3, 1021.). FoM u tbe world but only to ih» vaiti (Younq, 
N. Tb. 3, 430.). AWte to then Marcello or Cornaro (Bye., Mar. 
FaL 4, 3.). A giunea or two would be mor« to kim, tbao twice 
M mach to tmother (Golmm., G. Nat. M. 3.). Would yon 
ehooBs to be pickled and Beut bome? or wonld it 6« Ihe $ame 
lo yon to lio bere in the Abboy? (Shkrii>., Bit. 5, 2.) Ho 
matter, 'tu all one to hn» (Th. Moore p. 468.). A naine wboie 
boDoar'» aU to him (Byk,, Mar. Fal. I, 2.). EniptiM: Wbat to 
mt fame? (Bclw., Bicbsl. 1, 1.) — Bis lordship it at home to 
Skkard Cricitt (Shewd. Knowles, IfuQchb. 3, 1.). 

3)« umWriebent ffafu« te^nt fli^ Bftec unmittribat an ba« 
bilbiTotivt @nbflantib, Uie et M mit einem Vrfibtiati&en Sb> 
iettiD veibinbet. 3m erperen ^aüt nähert er fI4 in feiner 
vaeubrnQ einem @enitit), »am bad ^u^ort nic^t auf i^n .ben 

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feinem ©tammuorte risaten ISin^uß au^fttt; (ei bon Xbiettbx 
bjgegeu faiin ber uinfd)Tiebene Sa\uS ala bie mc^r .ober minto 
not^ffieitbige Sügänjung beReiben auftreten. -Du beiben gööen ill 
eine f(barfe ©renje jaifi^en bei unmittelbaren ^ejie^ung auf bd 
©ubflantio ober Slbjetliö unb ber freieren ^ejngna^me auf ttS 
$iäbtlat überbau))! nid)t ju jiel^tn. $infi(^t[i(4 bec Seji^ung 
bed um fi^rj ebenen 3)atit) auf ein ®ub^antib in ber ^äftmiaxm 
%tcbeulung eined @enitti) ifi inbeffen tu benieTicn, bag bie Sot> 
{leQuiiQ ber 3iiaE^'^i^>^I''t' toelc^e babei maaggebeub fein 
fann, Bon ber ber ^eftimmung für ettoaS oft fc^iMi ^ 

trennen ift. These boya know litlla they tare tcnt to Ike iaf 
(Skaksf., Cymb. 8, it.)- }s she Bole child to Ütt Uäg? (1, 1.) 
What to be slaeet to coviards! (SouTHEUt, Orooa. 3, 1.) Wlwt 
if tbe tun be eerUer lo Ihe worlti? (Milt., P. L. 8, 122.) Bad 
Nature! Katote ü a friend to Truüi (Yodno, N. Th. 4, 703.). 
No a&a was fitter to be toatt -matter to a dub (Goldsm., G. 
Nat. M. 3.). She vas a victim ta unfarlanatt rircitnaUaicet, ■ 
prey lo ctmstanl anxiely and terror (Whytk MKL.yiu.E, Digbf 
Grand 14.). Matthew ica« a hit of a Furitan, aud no fiie»d t 
Ftvtrü of the Peak (Scott, Peveril 2, 1.). Ete gÖTbuna Wt* 
Snbert flc^ biSffietlen burc^ bie Umltellung beS Stafue: At dm 
Fhilsrio's, Who lo mt/falker wai a friaid (Shaksp-, Cymb. 1, 3.), 
3iti aict. ti) bie Unif(bnibung be< SDitib burtb "> in ber anlt^imii 
an baS aSerb frä^ebelieM: Tlus um to Orece a lory faU (Aus. 1411). 
To me tbiB law yit U ii mirk (Town. M. p. 167.)- That iMt • 
Richard macht payne , That he ne might hyg hooBt ordayno (Hkz. 
C. [i£ L. 6S1S.). Z)tDcrs u this myddel erde T'd Uaed mm, md b 
;eriii (Ai.ia, 1.), Whi ort thoa so to m« in i're« {Towh, M. p. li.) 
Hui bie buti^ bie ^ortflcauns bem ))ra))afitiDnalen @lttb( stgcbot 
nabne iScjitbung jum träbüatisen $au))t»eTte ifl nt$t fetten: Ae wa 

fadre to Sahala^/n [Maumdkv. p. 36.), Wetvn nufnn fo fte «}>' 
Lothe (p. 102.). Thei eten no Bwjne* flewchei for thei «ye, il " 

Jbrolher to man (p. 72). [le wai mecaionr lo Machomeie (p. 41.). 
3m $a(bl, wie im Haf. jinb ä^nti^e »ertoenbungen be« Satiü (* 
tener: Sgf. A"" "'<' "o^a Vipped (Sax. Chb. 165.), Se U d/hm 

freSnd (Grein, Ags. P. I. 233,), Ii htm [lät heafod hiodan jrfm 

(Cod. Exoh. 218, 11.). 3)ti @ebriiiieb bea Satte flatt be« Stnttii ii 
unmittelbarem !In[<^Iu|fe an ein @nb|1antib, Ueltbei beut @olb- ^ 
fremb aax (egl. Mabl'. :i, 28. 6, 3. Jon. IS, 13, n» ein gotb- Sa» 
einem flrinb. ®(nitl» entfpriiSt), t^ im Sgl. nitbt beliebt 3ii l«fe 
eciie[|ung ftbltegt fi$ bae Ungl. uielmebr bem aitfr. an, »ti;^ M 
bnri^ a umfi^riebenen £attu Sbniicb B'b»u<^t: Icil m fren al m' 
(Cha-vb. DB BoL. ed. Fr. Michel p. 35.). Qu'ele avoit etti ßSt t» 
Soi de Cartage (Barbaz., Fabl, et C. I. *]3.). Je «ttjUfc ou Ä" 
de Cartage (1. 414.). BBii »erben biefer ffirf^einuna au(^ ieim »h* 
minalen ^crb5Itn)|^e ;ii gebenlen ^i^en. 
fi) 3)ie anja^l ber übrigen intranfitioen SSerba, bei benen fti nü 
feinem fflafuS auf einen urf))rüngli4en 3)ati» jurüifjufW™ 
tD&re, ijt cerMItnigmSgig gering. 3Sir ^aben jefe^en, loit bä 
i^nen ber unbejei^nete mit bem umfi^itebenen !£atiD fi^nKmM 
ttec^fett unb jum Slieil gerabeju in ben Wfufati» Übtrgett; f 
@. 213, ^iel^r gel^bren etua bie Segtiffe f^ethen, eif4'>' 

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ncB, dfipear Dg[. «Mm.- gc^Breit, apptrioM, beiaig: aitflt^cn, 
MUr (intr. gtStoui^t); bcgegnEii, Aoppm, ocew; Utii^tn, 
na^atben, ptld, lubmit, micontb unb aitbne intrutfltiv gc 

(nilKVte Irattpiiue »Oit defer, tubtcribt, ohjtet, Ttply U. bflt 

Deatb, whom he ahoold deem hia friend, Apptan, to ki* 
&temprr'd eyts, Ärrived to rob faim of hia prize (Bts-, Maz«pp>). 
Ab had ittm'd to her to be too mach tha caee (Tkollo^ 
Fnml. PanoD. 1, 2). The Father, to wAom in Ueav'n «apreme 
kingdom and power and glory appertmn» (Mn.T., F. L. 6, 814.). 
Ho blame btUmgi to tket (Shakgp., Tim. of Ath. 2, 2.). TIi« 
sqnire, irho CODSJdera tha taca as bitongiag to the good <M timtM 
(IsMua, Bracebr. B. Gipsiea), If yon wio Tha gama, what 
ttattfit it lo jrou who payi it? (Colsb., Ficc. 1, 10.) What can 
kappen To me above tbia wretchadnesg (Sbakbp., Henrj Vm. 
3, 1.) If the ilighteit bann had iappened to JUarH» (DtCKXMS, 
H. Chazzlew. 3, ti.}. There oocmred to me yet anotbar proof 
of the high aatiquity of the raligioai abserrancaa of tha Catholici 
(Tb. Moohe, Travels). TU force thee yield to ay deiire (Shakbf., 
Tvo Gentlem. 5, 4.). The garden of AlciDOiu bad to yield to 
tie MttavtOTpkotr» at plants (Lewes, G. II. 50,}. "Siai tronfltiM 
yield lagt au(^ bcn unhjti^tieten ^atib ju. We ntAmä to Csmr 
(Sbaksf., Cymb. 5, 5.). In Bcience I a^mü to %ont (Gay, Fablei). 
The Fates command ui . . And to Ikeir will$ we rnuat mceomb 
(BtiTi.., Bad. 1,3, 458.). Deferrmg to the judgmetU of others 
(DiCEEKS, Fickw. 1.). We will all nbicribe to tiy adviee 
(Shakbp., Tit. Andron. 4, 2.). Will you, in avery nspect, 
nbicribe to my regueiti (Bodkcic, Lond. Aaam. 5.). Thoae who 
object to tueh picturet (Lewes, G. IL 32T.). He ii afraid to 

rrpiy to hU father (Shkrid,, ßiv, 2, 1.). 3n »ie Weit anbret 
Ser$aI6(Briffe, njtli^e bcn früher angeführten ffotegoritn juett^cift 
Pub, ^ie^Er atjogen »ertm ßnnten, trßie&t P(^ m» ben fitöt- 
tnungen in (injelnen jtlaffen. 

3?i$t out aniatmtni Seiba laffm ^ä) in «inn UTf)idhi^Ii(^ ftstt' 
^ttton mit bem 3)alib ito^isnfni, otUD^l fc ale i\tti>aiÜ^ auf' 
gtflelll lonbtn mBgen; Site. la the widb weje . . appered the BCam 
lo the 8 kyngei (JAavsdkv. p. 73.). It »bolda not apHr« heia a 
peere (Deros. of Rico. II. p. 3.). It apperlemelA not to a nyi taan, 
to makB incb Borwe (Chauc, C. T. p. IBl. I.). The lordtchepa 
tbM lo the brid longid (Depos. of Ricit. II. p. U.}. Ut t» foUc 
hapnede (Moste Artuübe MS. i. Bolliw. v.). It !iappenelh nt well 
(Pauobave). ThiB maatre hriget to tne (Town. M. p. 8,). Tha 
icmeDODt ml Tbat lo the eaerifiU Umgen achal (Cbadc, C. T. 2ST9.). 
Z)m^ ani^: Uii aatrylaba, lomyng for hii arl (3209.) := balonging 
lo? Sd long, XMt Ett bem m berftlten Stttutung JÖnanen be&itg, 
tnoa man an ber SlutitsIsnflTuItiDn jtoeiteln, unb e^ci auf bie iOei' 
IcQlina bee Kfi<4t>te jn ctUaS (pertinGre ad aliqaid) geffl^Tt DKI- 
tm. 3m^aii\. (cbcuttc longien mit b(m3>atit) nnb mit to: ixiix' 
gen. Longien Aim. . hiK madme« (Lajah, 111. 341.). Longi Une to 
fian tinga (U. 322.). Sgl. $albf. pa >ingge( t« bi-rued lo alehe 
Ungt (lus^M. I. 4)8Bq.). Sgl. Sfik pam fn&dme gträt (Cod. Exok. 
J68, S4.). dntranfttw ertnncm )nm 3^1 an tat Sonflntttion, uit 
appar»rt, ocourrere, tuecumbtre alicui, a\t. paroir, aparoir i.., BfT. 

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398 ii.x^- ain4'ti.]es«tfBa'iii0> i-mf^»- Oonffisma. n. £.abt.€«tH 

lueetanber h qek. Vnbtn bec oufgcfä^rtm Sctta, kio]ii on^ jmU 

n'M, kfTen ciiKn urf^nrOngli^tn SJatiu aimt^inn, ucl^n i^n> 
(innn SIFufattuobjet» jutommt nnb jnm ^^1 m^ SnttOK 
ptitwn BaMeJbt. Sgl. Eat. tu^iOcr«, <uitmi«r«, oi^Aifara; gl.»»- 
«(«((re, »otumVe ^ qeh.), objeeler. Defer tntfjJli^t btOl (t. i^inr 
aua opmiotu do qndqa'uu u. bgt. ; bgl. Sat. ti^etre oJicut aliqudi 
reply bem fc. r((pfiju«r: II ne (Onftre pae qn'ou lui r4plique (AcadJ. 
^ gonncdl ttiit 1 taeept lo a ttitneu; to Ihe eompeteney of t tn- 
banal IT. bgl. mag man extept btm objed angcglic^ bcnfen. €tilt 
to utrb l^ln a(cr üBwiUn no^ againt ^tUaaä^, im Snft^hiffE a 
fcic lat. gCTtncI eidpere advernu aliquaa , chlt gai^il^e SinVll' 
bung malten S'S'" 'c. (AnucAs. ra Fandect. XVJ. i, IT, i.). 
b> Sei tranfitieen ^etbtn fie^t bei mit to umfc^riettnc S)(itiii ne- 
6en einem Ältufatieofciett; et tejeii^itet bie bet^eittste ^ßerfun oW 
©a(^e. 3)o6 bet unfeejeit^iKte 3)atiB »ielfa^ geSrau^t »h*, Ikbi 
er bem B^ticorte unmittelbai fofgt, fo toic in tvenigen anbm 
j^Fällen, ift o£en @. 206 bemerlt lnorben. 

■) 9ie aOgemeine Siegel fann man annehmen, bog, tao ein m:f|H:3ii^ 
tid^ei^atib einem ^ttufattbobielte folgt, bei 3><ittD in tu 
Umf^ieibung mit to flberge^t. 

These evthlj' godfathers of heavea's llghts, That gise a mw 
to evtry ßxed Har (Shaksp. , Lotö'b L. L. 1 , 1.), Bnt stoaM 
thii father ;>m yoa lo Stmpronms? (Addis,, Cato 4, 1.) Op" 
ailoKonce to his soßen'd naiure (Talf., Ion 2, 2.). Td rff 
my liody up to shame (Suakbp., Meae. f. Meas. 2, 4.), L">* >' 
to in« (BouBac, Land. Assur. 5). I bace Ihat lo WtiBxrjt 
(Byb., Wern. 4, l.). What do we war againat? Hia pow« to 
do arong lo olher» (BolW-, Rienri 1, 8.)- Oo htmage ft I*« 
Ünjf (Talf., Iod 3, 3.}. I owe eoery thmg to you (SoiTfHlM, 
OrooD. 3, 1.). I lent kit Utteri to every one qf mj acqnaintaiKa 
{DOOGL. Jebbold, Priaon. of W. 2, 2.). Show ffrace to *• 
(TALr., toa 2, 2.). Teach mercy to ten thousand luarit thit 
sfaare Tbe fears and hopea oF a commercial care (Cowp. p. ll'ä-)- 
He hai refiutd Bit daagkler Mareia lo my ardenl vom {Adu&i 
Cato 1, 3.). Some a$eribe_ tk' imuntion to a prütt (p. 164.)- I 
only oppoK my pndenee to their «nuuRjr (Goldsh., 6. St- IL 
2.) a. f. to. 

3^a^T folgt auc^ btm ttftef iben 3«it<B<'<te, bem fn 
refle^iber Vnufatio unmittelbat na^fle^t, bie bem X)atib tr^'P^ 
^enbe Umfc^reibung. 

He..resoIvei to ■deoote Mmte^ to Poetry aUme (IfwO, G' 
11. 53.). 
;S) £d^ an^ ba, too bet urftirttngli^e Slatib bem Serb unnit' 
telBor folgt, fei e«, baß ber OBiettSaRufoti» na^ jenem«!* 
tritt cber bem SSetb boranfle^t, lann boS ijrflpofltionale SW 
einen fonp geläufigen unte^eii^nelen 3)atiu erfegen- 311 W<" 
Satte Tann bie ^eroot^ebung beffelben bcabp^tigt fein (aa* 
iefonberS bei bem cnflitifqen ^üitoorte in Setrud^t lommt), ctiR 
bie fr^rfere ©c^fibung bet Cbiefte nnb bet SBo^fft«"« ^ 
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btfnmie) naoggebtnb tterben, towbini^ bcr inbivibttdlai ^tti' 
iftii «n tatjtntt ®p\elTataa gege^tn tntib. 

flow I not pamid to yoa my majestg? (Shaksp., John 3, 1.) 
[ Itmt to yoH, sirs, tke nore gratefal lot of »ealth and boDoan 
{BllWt Richel. 3, 3.). htovi to thy Joes tkue trrors md Ihttt 
iiU Cioova, N. Tb. 2, U5.}- She teiia to vour higlute»$ fimph 
tnOk (Sbassp., Com. of Kit. 5, 1.). How can I, (o wntched, 
jtBt <D Mitry a thtUtr? (Byk., Warn. 3, 1.) He did it in good 
bppe and confideoce To give tberebf to the forbmt of tke aar 
A rapid amd aiuptcioiu ehoHffe (Colkr., Ficc. 1 , 12.). Skelton 
had deätrered lo the Slatet General a litt of ihe Ttfageri (Macadi„, 
H. of E. II. 139.]- '^^B bidden tnith floab'd fartb, und tlum'd 
To tach tke image in the other's sottl (Talf., loa ü, 2.). — JUany 
a matter hat he lold to Ihe (Shaksp. , Tit. Ändr, ö, 3.). Oreat 
joy he promU'd lo kis Üioaghls (Milt., P. L. 9, 843.). Some o/ 
Am »tjß he laught lo me (Scott, L. Minstr. a, 13.). 

v) Sniit bei Satiu an bie ®pt$e tritt, ijt ftint Semaitblung 
in bic umf^riebcite goim t^eits bui<^ bad @efeQ bn 3)eu(Ii4Iett 
ttr Kcbe, t^fild bni(^ iai ©etcic^l bei inDetlirtett @a^ieber 
Stbingt; uenigftend ^t bie neuenglifc^e ©platte bie äBegtaffung 
Veti to in biefcm gaUe aDmälig fe^r Bef^ränft: To inhom cm 
ricbes gioe rtpiule, or trutt. Content, or pUaiure , bnt the good 
■nd jnst? (FoFE, EsMy an M. 4, 185.) Aa many as received 
hin, Ic them he gave power to become the lons of God (Johk 
1, 12.). To everf chitf and lord they paid Mett Ikaiüti for 
prompt and poirerful aid (Scott, L. Minstr. 5, 5.), Änd yet to 
Uü BMM I ^00« my valuable note (Docoi.. Jerbold, Bubbles 1.). 

t) Snin Bäm Raffte ber ^ie^er ge^Brenben $erha baS StlufatiV' 
ohitft jum @n6jelte gemalt uitb, fanii üheroQ bent 2}atit>obie(te 
to beigegeben tueiben. 

It were an ill thing to be offtred to any gentleaomait (Shaesp., 
Bom. H. Jul. 2, 4.). Ä morked indignity woi at tbe lome time 
^ered to hin (M^aui.., H. of E. II. 22.). Hia aweeteat long 
»w f»eit to Lore (Th. Moobs p. Ö30- Fligbt noir alone i» 
itft to jfow detperale tilualion (Bodbcic., Land. Asaur. 5.). I 
cannot eren obtain it — 'twof deitied To me moat BOlemnly 
(Btk-, hiar. Fal. l, 2.J. ÜJog befonbet« gftrtt&tter eine Äu«' 
na^nc matten fBrneti, ifl oben @- 212 bemeift. 3)ur^ bie 3}ei» 
uanblnng bed uifpiünglti^en SDatie in tai ©ubjett bei $affio 
tatm biefe Aon^Ttion Bcrmieben toeiben: Thou ort ffrmitd apace 
(Shaup., All'a Well 4, 1.). Yoa ort tpared thii afQiction (BcLW., 
Money 5, 5.). f. ig. 215. 

€> lange fl4 aak ^'* Scnixnbong be< unltrnitli^ gctDoibenen 
ftafu« im SatiboerftSltnilft nullen ^at, ]t> fift^ i{l bie UmfibieibitiiB 
mit u>, obao^I junSifift iii enaertn tSvtnien fitCiC^ «nefen. Sm 91a' 
tatlii^en »ar bice ba, mo cic KDijitaung her Stweguna ob» 
Stiftung tti^t an bie SlcDt eine« alten Slati» treten tunnlt, ttie btee 
Wen bie B. S8a flnatfü^rttn ag(, Stifpitte ergeben. 3n allen oben 
«gegetenen SteDnngtn trifft man f^m in alter 3fit bcn nmfi^iie' 
bencn Safut: 
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lOO U.S:^ CBi)xt'n.e<i|ffagitii8. Linf^n. SetttSemfl. 11. Z).atni.eatit|L 

(F. Flocohu. p. SG4.). For to Ibm t< (o tu (Hinnm. p. 3.). 
And fecMi al hii TitieheU kare To dorne Sirij (Waoai, Aitcd. 
p. 6.}. And prttented Mt lo &e kyng (Aus. 686.). Aod Mdt 
ther her »aenifyte To Mahoun, and to JupUem (Rica. C. de L. 
4422.). To graunte of her gM lo Ihe gret waUit (Dxroi. or 
RicH. U. p. 29.). Y jeld« me lo Ihe (WeCight, PoUt. S. p. 13!.^ 
There ja Crist iu hie kingdom To dose &Dd to slietu. And to 
i>pene il to hem (P. Flouchh. p. 7.), 3)a8 Si<Sb\. Sc teadt 
gretinge U> Ärdun läng« (Lajak. n. 656.), Mrgli^ mit: Gidbc 
Arn tende ward (I. 203.), ift jbMl bfln Steile. To momiT momiiig 
bring ihat ring to me (Lohof. I. 133.) aan) aada^, ttmü^ aht, 
Ute bat nnirnglifi^c Sciftnd [tlbn no4. Die ientanf^nnfl bet 2!ttit 
mit bei iSumlu^tn Sqit^ung. Sgf. Uan ^jife aUt uümg» ti 
pam taldan mynitre (Lkco. Eadgab. I. 1.) ^Itt S^Ii^t ^tftr 
^ung, toit f^ eiuei|tt in: Qetyü«.. into big cjiiun (ib. I. S.). 
ßß) nntnittcKai na^ bem ^t'ifaiciit: B.e iM to hat» Um 
and ilcUU (Wriqut, Polit. S. p. 198.). He jauc (o kern pewir 
foi to be msde Ite bodm of god (Wicliffe, Job. 1, 1!.). Thd 
yolde to mt «stry tont (Ricn. C. de L. 4GG6.). And KSM f 
Iftplanabu» AlU theo i^tri* of Ammon (Alu. 409.). — And ollUr 
yifta of greie noblkf Be yi^ lo othtr men (Iran. S2T1.]. S^ 
ani^: Jßn A«nula willi lo Ae bede (Wbiqhx, Anecd. p. i)- 
Qatbf. And wolden ane king makien to piuere tmerUM (Lijia. 

in. 179.). 

yy) an bcr @)iige bt< Sa^eC 3'o cAjveAe i£ fo pouen n» ha 
j«/ Tont . . To abbeyea & to pnoiyei laTf^ljche qf kyi go^ 
(K. OF Gl. II. 383.). To ihe porler ha yaf Ihe golde (Ata. SMI.J. 
To Ihe and to thy fry ify blyisyi^ graunt I (Town. M. p. 14). 
7^ Ihe I teOe it, «nd nomo (Ckauc, C. T. 6537.)- 

ü) beim faffiO: Tb lire Johan Joie bytaka tho um h« to bodt 
(Wbiiiht, Polit. ä. p. 217.). To a torche or a lapu/f Tha Tiini^ 
U likned (F. Flodohm. p. 360.). Etotj nunere good mu UiJ 
be Kkned lo a torehe (p. 364.). 

c) 8d Vbiettibtn BeitaMtibelt fi(^, mit f^t gcrinsen %u»aiäfaia, 
tüte (et Ut«, »«(n- IC, «n ur^rflnslii^n 3)atio m bin von to be^ 
tetes ftafud. !3)tt gioge Vnja^I ber mit to tonßruiiten HbjatiK 
lägt fli^ aber faß auäna^mfloS auf bit SerSinbnns <m%A\iiiiWfi'i 
Tomani[<^eT unb latcitiif^n SbitftiOe mit bem !Z)atib gnifid^iei^ 
wictDD^I ^t va fol^e @ebtete ^inübencic^n , auf beneit bcc $'rip«' 
fitton to aud^ fonjl l^ie Stellt jutommt. So berfi^rt fi4 to M 
mit for, with, loit im Sateinifi^eu btr Dotib mit b<m von ad, wci 
u. a. $cai>ofitiontn begleilrten Jtafue. SEBir aeben bdfpidnMlt 
einigt Steigen bon Xbjehi&btgriffeR , loelt^e hierbei DsrjngSBKifc ii 
^etrai^t tommeu, moBon mir au(^ t\t aboec^ial getoasteten Kb> 
ietttbe nt(^t auef^Iiefien. 

na^t, neor, at^oinmg, adfaeent, eontigttMt, eloie tc Ucfetr of 
f. ©. 214. 

Sjebar, neor lo Ae parctl of groand etc. (Jobn 4, 5.). Upoa 
the hilli ai^'omniy to tke city (Soaxsp., Ant. a. Cleop. 4, 10.). 
£o^ au<^; A luall family apartment, ae^oinäig tke room aeevpei 
by the two (Coop., Spy 2.), — Garden« a^aemt to tkt »emnliT% 
of St. Marco (Boscoi, Lorenio). CoHUgvOMt to Hr. J&MrUlfi 
ttMt WM th« mtDOi of on« or thoM genüfloei) ^^su>.t T. Jon- 



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3, 3.). Tt ia onij in fiction that the ddoonetnent liei chte to &e 
apMüioii (Lkwes, G. It. 330.). 

Duft Am^ttun tfigt fl^ jum auf bic SoiflcIItRtg rSnmlii^tT BtX' 
Bictnng )urü(!fQ4mi; loi) (Kit bn Sesriff bn RSftt Jtn Sgl. b«i Sek 
tili tn flt^, nie nn ist vieimu, finitimui, eontigmui ail$ adjaeere, 
ndjaeau nimmt, tn6tn bon 8Iln(. obti btr ftonpntfticn mit ad, btn 
Cttie jn fii^. flgf. twiM, nM W b. 3)atib. <ßfr. Mi mauoa est 
foatijia ä Za eofra (AoadA Sie SntMnbnng bei ipmanifi^ Sbjettiu 
M^irt jüngcter Btil »<■ 3)ai aitt. gcbriinc^ jui SSt3«4nnng "kx 915^ 
(äkjij rmbürt ÄüSbvarfe: SirtgJUe from Natitoria Süoe, ii an yniÄge of 
•Uli (HAcn>ET. p. 93.}. At Cajro btfidea Babylofn« (p. 44.). By a 
cjtea of Samaric, Jiat il sejde Siear, bindii I>e maner (or fedde) {x^t 
Juob jane to Joeeph (Wicltete, Joh. 4, S.]. 9gf. JTedA ^om Mn« 
|ie Jacob sealdc Joeep« (ib.). 

mäar, mliit, tnegiuil, inadequate ]C. Utbn like, aulike f. @. 214. 
Quäkers, that lue to lanthom bear Their ligbt within 'am (Bctl., 
■ Had. 2, 2, 319.). She shall reward thee, Meet thee vith rirtoes 
(f«f fai % OKtn (BowB, Fair Feait. 5, I.). Power« adequate to 
äatt am* (Lewes, G. II. 45.). Ä quarrel »imüar to Ihat which 
liid raged in the elevenCh ceotary (Macaul., H. of E. II. 38.). 
Ju mea . . wbo cau make theii own minda all in all, Equal to eoerf 
firtme (Btb., Mar. Fal, 4, 2.). She eridently wisbed to atter 
■omethisg, but was uHtqual to Äe effbrt (Coop., Spy 5.). He feit 
lui Dwa talenti aa well aa anthority to be inadeqtiaie to Um exi- 
gonciea of such an ardaoa« conjuncture (Roberts., H. of Charles V.). 
Bttt T-lik to DU« hrd (P. Vu^acnis. p. 70,). SenAlabU to (he Sa- 
■wifan (p. 369.). Faregail to Duke», with kyngee he migbt compare 
(Skeltoit J. 11.). ^albf. ^nglisce engten iliechett (Lajau. III. ISl.). 
1^. yeäe, tmgeOe neunten btn 3)at{S, Ute im ZaU par, aequalU, timi- 
St, mpor, dupar, dtinmiUi, 

litb, genehm, treuer, tDiKforntnen, nnltt6, berl^agttc.: 
itär, piea*md, deUghtßd, tweet, fair, bemil^iJ, preetoui, tacrtd, 
Ncfeone, mipleataat, mvieleome, odious, hattfvl IC ifo^ilt ge^lt auC^ 
gleil^flöltig, indiffertrU. 

A wife, Which i« as dear to me ea life itoelf (Shakbp., Merch. 
of V, 4, 1.). Bear to thy inmosl heart ii Wallenitein (CoLiR., 
fScc 3, 1.). NoTelty, pUaaant to moit pcople, a particnlarly detigkt- 
M 1 tbioic, to tat (DiCKBHS, Ftct. of It., Genoa). The breath of 
tl*«»e flowera ii «oeel to me (Loußf. I. 7.). This fruit divine. Fair 
I» Oe ey* (Mlwr., P. L. 9, 776.}. There i» notWag in ItAly, more 
itaO^iU to M«, than the coost-road between Genoa and Spezzia 
(ßicKExs, Pict. of It. , To Roms). To me welcome ia day aad 
ni^ (Sbkli.ft', Prgmetb. !.)■ Clear eviclenefl, tatttfaetorg eveo 
ta iif /Hend Diyatdvtt (Caul., Fast a. Pres. 2, 3.). To sabmit to 
laboDT and limitationa uitpkaianl to my tagt* and lenzer (Scott, 
IL Boy 1.). Sach interriem would be Paii^iU to U«n> (Beb., Mar. 
läL 5, I.). And ahe le hal^ui to my sota and me (Mahl., Jew 
of H. 3, 4-) n. f. to. Were he a man indifferent to ray prospectt 
(Bnt, Wem. 2, 1.). 

Ute. To hyr was none so leffe ne der« (Irou. 1108.). Childie, je 
«r to me fnDe der* (Towk. H. p. 38.). Po tnngl* {»t b«n piemunt 



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fo Airni (WicLVFPK, 3oh. 8, 29.). It ii to Um jooaC «Mtt of cnj äiii; 
(Chauc, C. T. p. 186. 1.). Fair to Ihe eyen and deBable ta n^ 
p. 191. I.). MoRt düpUiant lo Critl (p. 200, 1.). Ther int In hm 
Dothing more ofcAcmunaife (ib.) Ya be leeleom, to vte (Ens. C. de L 
3602.). a)K ut(i)rilngli^e T)txti» ^at fi$ Btt getmooifi^ Ibjdlrwi 
Wngn «galten: That ihe is Je/ (Whioht, Aneed. p. 8.). Jft «rt 
leeere Cfaen ani fe etc. (p. 11.). Be my Ä'end >ad taat tbtX «w ii n 
ders (Cov. Mtst. p. 333.). $albf. pin Godd airt [m M dcore ((hx. 
2206.). Wasa .DnAAcin £^ and den (2356.). Hiengeat wa fian üssi 
leof (Lajah. II. 163.). He is on leode monnen tu ladat (IL. !T1]. 
All« beo beod »t« weiicumen (IL IS2.). Bit neu Aim nobt iqvaU' 
(L 26.). agf. JUIion U6f (Csph. 79.). Hie dryAAu ajnt mmb« 
(420.). LSd gode (420.). Gieantmacga*, ^ode unZeti/e , . . neloJ« Uib 
1263.). Ic Tjrce (lA ^ing |ie Aim sj'nd geceSme (Joa. 8, 29.). £• 
(flU™ "oc^ jt^' *='* fr Rbi'htM cÄ«-, jir&Muz u. «. iti hm 8(rt hl 
Q;ißni} u. a. bie alten iSatisfonnni me, te, lai, nom ic |n, Ml^c |ü 
fcnft mit bcin buTc^ k um[c^iTcbcnm flafuS ucrtiiu[(^(n. S^ Sot mtv, 
yrafti», inyrad«, exosvt m. b. H ati». 

nQ^Ii^, gltnfiis, fcrberli^, f<^&blt(^, 'ungänftig, sti' 

bciili^ U. bgl. m.; advmlagtont , u$(fid, bntficial, /umraUe, 
cottdttcivt, profitable, stmiceable, suiicrvient, cordial ic., aii^M, m* 
favourable, impropilioia, derogatory, prejudieial, detrimeatal, reptp^ 
daagerous, offetatBe, in/urioiu, hurt/al, grievoui, troiiblf$o>Ki, f*- 
Ud, pertticious, murderout it. 0. 1. Wie oppotite, eonirary, nptji^i 

lt. bgl. m. 

Bere ia eveiy thing advoTilageoiis to tife (Shaksp., Temp. % L) 
The atadies nere doubtleas tui?/U to him (Leweb, G. II. b\)- 
Yon tliink B drunkard moat benefieial to Ihe brever and lAe ix*M 
(BEaEELGY, Alciphron). The gOTernment sboald ba aellled «o 
prineiples favourable to liberty (Macaul., H. of E. IT. U3.). 11« 
drug he gava me, irbich, he said, was preciona Aod. cordial 's " 
(Skakbp. , Cymb. 4 , 2.). He haa one gifl moat daitgtTtm to • 
aptcuiaior (Macaui.., Easaya III. 255.). The niling paation of i" 
conntryinen, ao wgouriimt to olhert, and at length so /otal ta 4*- 
athies (BOOERS, It., M. Grifibni). Think bow UDaafe and htrffd * 
yow konour It was (Rowe, Fair Penit. 2, 1.). Bot it ii/aüf» 
him (Taif., Ion 2, 2,). A (act Pemidoia lo tky ptaee (Mbt^ P. 
L. 9, 980.). Have I not found it MunfroM lo tkt Menteif (Saal»-. 
Cymb. 4, '2.) A barbaroua pasUme Dia^oc^uf lo the Uad tU 
call* itaclf Most Catholic and Cbriitian (LoKcr. I. 158.), The 
conaequencei of thia asaociation were, to some fne of tbe fintri, 
foTtwnate: lo more, mjwrious,, .to no imaU tuanAer ruMOM (CooN 
Spy 2.). Nothing'could be more repugnant to tke ideft of epiKopd 
govemment, than tfaaie regulationa (BoBEBTa., H. of ScoCL H- 
852.) «. b. 0. To »(ftfett öfler mit for.- T were better /w »" 
(Shaebp., Merry W. 1, 1.). It ii betitr for him (Hark. 9, i^-) 
It ia profitabU for thet (Mattk. 5, 29. 30.). ©. b. ^äpof- f»- 
Sit meifUn flbjcltttte bitfn SInITt ^ni romanirc^ Uiit^nregC, l» 
2:^i[ (Qbdbifc^c gotmen, manche eiR in iängtrei 3rit aafstnoimnn ^ 
nai^gebilbct. ffintfpTn^enbc ecmunif^t 9bjtKie( |1nb ntcift anfge^cbn. Si 
bem Sinne obtr btm Stamme na^ Bensotibttn lattinili^ Sbjdträa, v 
MtiHt, taiiJarit, laiidier, invMit, iwxiu«, domuM««, fWTiicwM«, «■'■"■ 



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B. Sit $tfi^ftltonnL to. 303 

iMU, tccitiont, pulffer, r^VffnanM u. a. ^ttttl bttt S atib (eommodi st 
incammiKli) im ®((dtt. Sti^JlltiTigmigtg mutgt Pnb unmttttltat anl btm 
aft. ^erfi^gnummtii, um grtvotu, davgerotu, ;p<ymfitabU u. (. a. mit k 
fimflnitit wrtantcn: A moi et ii tiout pou^filaiU (Bon. de la Mane- 
Eca «d. Michel p. 38.). dm Slfc. tcntül avanj(^«ux, u(il«, favorabU, 
ii^iiexuc , /olof n. a. a^nli^ tonfhnirt. She ii favottrabh to fait (P. 
Flouohm. p. 52.). To aUe tkae Ihinffu i» acddie «n«n^e aad confrarHi 
[Chadc , C. T. p. 200. II.). ett Bcnnimifc^ BbiehiDtn bittet bit Sitae 
€it>nt(^ lU^ Bftcr hat Satin: fym du nofiing lo ^o(2, u to fle |>« 
CO (R. OF Gu JI. 367.), wtWin int Äflt. 6« enitprt^enbnt «bitfttBoi 
ßonb, wie ifmi, nyte, /rem«, ut^rem« ii. bgl, ^ \t betöre tat In [iliin 
liriui foneorde (Uatb. S, 23. 30. et. Marc 9, 4B.). 21yt^ Atoi tkts 
fät fcn creocn-atan aig gecDft Uütao bia Breoun (Luc. IT, 3.). 

milbc, freunblif^, Qfitig, icb(i(^, geic^t, banlfiar, 
ftta, ae^orfom, fire