He should have taken courage and gone a half-mile further, to the furze-grown ruins of a great Roman camp, which gives its name to the place, 'Clovelly, Vallum Clausum, or Vallis Clausa, as antiquarians derive it; perhaps, 'the hidden camp, or glen, perhaps something else. Who cares?

The incumbent till or boulder clay is about 40 feet thick, but it often attains much greater thickness in the same part of Scotland. Pecten islandicus, Moll. Natica clausa, Bred. Trophon clathratum, Linne. Leda truncata. a. Exterior of left valve. b. Tellina calcarea, Chem. Outside of left valve. b.

Nec arma, ut apud ceteros Germanos, in promiscuo, sed clausa sub custode et quidem servo: quia subitos hostium incursus prohibet Oceanus, otiosa porro armatorum manus facile lasciviunt: enimvero neque nobilem neque ingenuum ne libertinum quidem, armis praeponere regia utilitas est.

Rit. says: quae adhuc pectore clausa erant. Others still make it==etiam, even. Cf. note, 19. Retractatur. Reviewed, reconsidered. Salva ratio est. The proper relation of both times is preserved, or the advantage of both is secured, as more fully explained in the next member, viz. by discussing when they are incapable of disguise, and deciding, when they are not liable to mistake. Cf.

It closes with a generous expression of unquestioning friendship that asks for no return: Quare illud satis est si te permittis amari Nam contra ut sit amor mutuus, unde mihi? Occulitur limine clausa viri. Dequa saepe tibi, non venit adhuc mihi; namque Si occulitur, longe est tangere quod nequeas. Venerit, audivi. I. 10, 82; Servius on Ecl. IX. 7; Berne Scholia on Ecl.

Among the Turtles is Emys picta, Chelonura serpentina, and Cistuda clausa. Of the Frogs, we have Rana sylvatica, Rana palustris, and Rana pipiens, nearly two feet long, and loud-voiced in proportion, a Bull-Frog, indeed! Various theories and speculations have been formed as to the origin of the prairies.

Nec arms ut apud ceteros Germanos in promiscuo, sed clausa sub custode et quidem servo, &c. TACITUS de Mor. Men who have tasted of freedom, and who have felt their personal rights, are not easily taught to bear with encroachments on either, and cannot, without some preparation, come to submit to oppression.