Dalziel's Illustrated Arabian Nights' Entertainments, 第 2 巻

Ward and Lock, 1865

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688 ページ - ... it to his guide, asked him which house it was, that, or the first ? The guide was so confounded, that he knew not what answer to make ; but still more puzzled, when he and the captain saw five or six houses similarly marked.
386 ページ - ... barbarous. To say all in a word, our most celebrated English beauties would vanish near her. She was dressed in a caftan of gold brocade, flowered with silver, very well fitted to her shape, and showing to advantage the beauty of her bosom, only shaded by the thin gauze of her shift.
386 ページ - I mean as large as those of my Lord * *, but about the bigness of a pea ; and to these buttons large loops of diamonds, in the form of those gold loops so common on birthday coats. This habit was tied, at the waist, with two large tassels of smaller pearls, and round the arms embroidered with large diamonds.
386 ページ - I was so struck with admiration, that I could not for some time speak to her, being wholly taken up in gazing. That surprising harmony of features! that charming result of the whole! that exact proportion of body ! that lovely bloom of complexion unsullied by art! the unutterable enchantment of her smile! But her eyes ! large and black, with all the soft languishment of the blue ! every turn of her face discovering some new grace.
680 ページ - ... excuse that she was sorry that she had made her stay so long, but that she could not find it sooner. Ali Baba's wife went home, set the measure upon the heap of gold, filled it...
593 ページ - At that summons the genie appeared, and said: "What wouldst thou have ? I am ready to obey thee as thy slave, and the slave of all those who have that lamp in their hands; both I and the other slaves of the lamp.
600 ページ - I am ready to bestow the princess my daughter upon him ; therefore, good woman, go and tell him so, and I will wait till you bring me his answer.
387 ページ - She wore large diamond bracelets, and had five rings on her fingers, except Mr. Pitt's the largest I ever saw in my life. It is for jewellers to compute the value of these things, but, according to the common estimation of jewels in our part of the world, her whole dress must be worth a hundred thousand pounds sterling.
385 ページ - But that thought was lost upon my entrance into a large room, or rather pavilion, built round with gilded sashes, which were most of them thrown up, and the trees planted near them gave an agreeable shade, which hindered the sun from being troublesome.
699 ページ - Baba, in imitation of the dancers by profession, who make use of this practice to excite the liberality of the spectators. Ali Baba threw a piece of gold into the tabor. Morgiana then presented it to his son, who followed his father's example. Cogia Houssain, who saw that she was advancing towards him for the same purpose, had already taken his purse from his bosom to contribute his present, and was putting his hand...