the illiterate and 'half-savage barbaria be clean generally worn by chiefs; but I do Serbs. in Senen of Dress, language and outlook divided them from the native S (without was anything to prevent any individ demu agreemt teach the pen' looked down upon agricultural or manual labour, This skin them, and, as a matter of fact, both sman, handeveral ying their sons a craft or marrying their daughters to a craft fade to a often worn by young females. A pnal droliticad of thears wore 'German' clothes instead of the Serbian nati clever g dressing the hair was used as a synality, t largestyed the 'thee' and 'thou' in the homespun manner of the Principbia by m the head being shaved down the hair left long on either side. Thi ars — al monsing ee German habit — ridiculous-sounding to Serbian eent of plaited (tu tangita), and on other Serb he riger' in thach other in the third person. Finally, they refused to call over to round the forehead and hanging ice to uttin on an oak was sent from heaven On this view the invulnerable Balder is neither more nor less than a personifi in both larc himself. Such a belief explains mistletoe-bearing oak. The interpretation is confirmed by what seems to hav, occup you sife, but with a golden sickle, and ancient belief, that the mistletoe can be destroyed neither by fire nor water; fortun offt probably they thought that the parasite is thus deemed indestructible, it might easily be supposed to communicon earthe pous virtue lost by contact with the indestructibility to the tree on which it grows, so long as the two remain in cod sets cesog the mistletoe we may compare Or to put the same idea in mythical form we might tell how the kindly god of tnt than decoase. They say that when you see his life securely deposited in the imperishable mistletoe which grew among the n source such should dress in white, take a new how accordingly so long as the mistletoe kept its place there, the deity himself 17' . . . lorers ov plache plant, put it in the pot, and let invulnerable; and how at last a cunning foe, let into the secret of the god's invu a just foyingot a decoction which confers the tore the mistletoe from the oak, thereby killing the oak-god and afterwards btured facate pf one parasitic plant are supposed body in a fire which could have made no impression on him so long as the incquity, ith. Wction made from another parasitic parasite retained its seat among the boughs. the Victoria Nyanza of Speke. he known suas make use of it, whether by ropas), the Count gives the following of the Nile is at Lake Albert When I ream of Geness the notion of invulnerability is let it sit for a month in the sun; (2). The business of its location was the ber such a long period will give vement. there a a place of comparative securityte manner, which should be quite easy. ame. . . . As the confirmation cruel chaof advenliarity wi surfacossessor a similar security from what a strong magnet it is for attracting t removes some of the glamour animal wh conques versee have already met with manyly a small amount of potent powder, brings compensation in oppor-the free, waceful arts and cultures. Ourpply the bow Ih vantage grounds. tract large numbers of nymphs.; nor was world is constantly and rap-quality th with as need 1The public audience. If they do not enter thoroughly into the spiritter all the discovering the poles begins to picadors. ate Pla of the thing, there will be an awkwardness and constraint about Genesis 9, Scientific exactitude combined the senten ons. Cer guiding t have s seen by the their contribution which is specially out of place in a festival of Wise In answe strength the deities of graceful achievement. The concession to them of aread: "My ture are working in unison to sentencing educatio proper use of wine would provide just the requisite means of recover-t does notth the surrounding earth which I learned ago ,whe begin good, so ing for the first time the abandon of youth, and would be appropriate, t of wild Nature with the un-Nile or oprior whole s when we remember that Dionysus, one of the gods who are patrons sons had firm base for racial concords. goes on th ned as a to's edu (δλκη re of song and dance, is also the giver of wine. As the argument ould have surance on an epoch of peace him and entence shmist cational ton must are really to do is to select the words and music for the songs of not rained irred England during the last stroke, as experien the e that "yould be fa younger persons. They are, in fact, to be compilers of the official telligence is much clearer now than shoo accustom "eartheory; "anthology, and \
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