Vivesti qual guerrier cristiano e santo, E come bel sei morto: ei godi, e pasci In Dio gli occhi bramosi, o felice alma, Ed hai del ben oprar corona e palma.”

Her father came running up to where we were, and seeing his daughter in this state asked what was the matter with her; she, however, giving no answer, he said, "No doubt she has fainted in alarm at the entrance of those dogs," and taking her from mine he drew her to his own breast, while she sighing, her eyes still wet with tears, said again, "Ameji, cristiano, ameji" "Go, Christian, go."

Y cómo no quiere estar usted mala con ese maldito te que ha dado usted en tomar ahora en lugar del guisado y de la ensalada, que todo cristiano toma a semejantes horas.

If it be any criminal act by which I am to mend my fortune, think not my ragged cloak will make me undertake it. "The soldier turned on him a look of high displeasure. 'My sword, said he, 'has never been drawn but in the cause of the faith and the throne. I am a Cristiano viejo; trust in me and fear no evil. "The student followed him wondering.

This must be done at night. But have a care. This is solemn work, and not to be effected by the carnal-minded. The priest must be a Cristiano viejo, a model of sanctity; and must mortify the flesh before he comes here, by a rigorous fast of four-and-twenty hours: and as to the maiden, she must be above reproach, and proof against temptation. Linger not in finding such aid.

"I shall not be here long, Senor Abogado," he says; "I wish you and the padre to watch over my wife and child. YOU are a 'caballero' and 'buen Cristiano." Padre Francisco has proved that the young leader is a true child of the Church. The finest horse on the rancho is led to the door. It is trapped with Don Miguel's state equipment. With a wave of the hand, he says: "Senor, vayase V. con Dios.

Saracenism explains many anomalies in their mode of life and social conduct. From these troublous times dates, I should say, that use of the word cristiano applied to natives of the country as opposed to Mohammedan enemies. "Saraceno" is still a common term of abuse. The fall of Luceria may be taken as a convenient time-boundary to mark the end of the Saracenic period.

I bowed, and he went away to look for the Turks, leaving me alone with Zoraida, who made as if she were about to retire as her father bade her; but the moment he was concealed by the trees of the garden, turning to me with her eyes full of tears she said, "Tameji, cristiano, tameji?" that is to say, "Art thou going, Christian, art thou going?"

"Yes," replied the peasant who cultivated him, "mangia come Cristiano," he eats like a Christian all he can get out of the ground; only, the more he gets the better he looks for it which is not always the case with Christians.

Her father came running up to where we were, and seeing his daughter in this state asked what was the matter with her; she, however, giving no answer, he said, "No doubt she has fainted in alarm at the entrance of those dogs," and taking her from mine he drew her to his own breast, while she sighing, her eyes still wet with tears, said again, "Ameji, cristiano, ameji" "Go, Christian, go."