Proceedings - Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, 29. köide

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Page 230 - Afterward he brought me to the gate, even the gate that looketh toward the east : and, behold, the glory of the God of Israel came from the way of the east: and his voice was like a noise of many waters : and the earth shined with his glory.
Page 190 - A point possesses simultaneously velocities represented by u, 2u, 3»J3u, and 4w; the angles between the first and second, the second and third, and the third and fourth...
Page 230 - Wherefore, if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert, go not forth; behold, he is in the secret chambers, believe it not. For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even to the west, so also shall the coming of the Son of man be
Page 228 - ... may have its face towards the west, so that those who enter to sacrifice, or to make offerings, may have their faces to the east as well as to the statue in the temple. Thus suppliants, and those performing their vows, seem to have the temple, the east, and the deity, as it were, looking on them at the same moment. Hence all altars of the gods should be placed towards the east.
Page cxviii - ... as little support as they appear to have already done. A sign of the growth of interest in the subjects dealt with by our Club is the extension of the British Museum buildings, the greater part of the money being provided by the nation, the foundation stone having been laid by the King last June. On the other hand, it is to be regretted that the number of visitors to the Museum has decreased. The opposite is, however, fortunately the case with our Dorset Museum, thanks to the excellent management...
Page viii - Subscription. 9. — No person elected a Member shall be entitled to exercise any privilege as such until he has paid his Entrance Fee and first Subscription, and no Member shall be entitled to receive a copy of the "Proceedings" for any year until his Subscription for that year has been paid.
Page 276 - Argent, a lion rampant Gules, on a chief Sable three escallops of the field, for Russell; 2.
Page 232 - ... and rushed on to the attack with impetuous fury. The Britons perished in the flames which they themselves had kindled. The island fell, and a garrison was established to retain it in subjection. The religious groves, dedicated to superstition and barbarous rites, were levelled to the ground. In those recesses, the natives imbrued their altars with the blood of their prisoners, and in the entrails of men explored the will o'f the gods.
Page 230 - Osiris est le dieu suprême dont la manifestation matérielle est , le soleil et dont la manifestation morale est le bien. Le soleil meurt, mais il renaît sous la forme d'Horus, fils d'Osiris et soleil levant. Le bien succombe sous les coups du mal dont Set est l'incarnation ; mais il renaît sous la forme d'Horus, fils et vengeur d'Osiris Ounnowre (1).
Page viii - Meetings. 8.- The Annual Subscription shall be 10s., which shall become due and payable in advance on the 1st of January in each year. Subscriptions paid on election after September in each year shall be considered as subscriptions for the following year, unless otherwise agreed upon by such Member and the Treasurer. Every Member shall pay immediately after his election the sum of ten shillings as Entrance Fee, in addition to his first Annual Subscription.

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