Carinthia rebuked her drowsy head for not having seen his reason for refusing at the time.
In 1515 Carinthia and Hungary had been the theatres of terrible agitations.
Carinthia possesses a great number of Alpine lakes, which, unlike the other Alpine lakes, lie in the longitudinal valleys.
Carinthia soothed her, kissed her, gave the promise, and the parting was over.
I hear from Mrs. Levellier that Carinthia would like to be your companion.'
Carinthia halted, leaning on her staff: 'But I had the same wish.
Man or woman loved by Carinthia could not be cowardly, could not be vile, must have high qualities.
You met her somewhere about Carinthia, and gave her the name?
Carinthia put on the baby's face in the soft mould of slumber.
I could think of it as a history written in a line: Carinthia, Saint and Martyr!