But when John II was born, in A.D. 470, his parents named his mercurius.
mercurius and Podophyllin given in alternation, each twice a day, will nearly always effect a cure.
The mercurius has sailed with the Duke of Brunswick's chests.
On the last day of this year, too, a journal of native growth budded forth, with the title of mercurius Caledonius.
His "mercurius Aulicus" was devoted to the court, then at Oxford.
In "mercurius Aulicus" there is an interesting anecdote which shows the state of feeling between the two parties.
If any soreness of the throat remains, give a few doses of mercurius.
This is mercurius de Breze's appearance as Deus ex machina; this is the fruit it brings!
And ye come from mercurius, who was the son of Cyllene, who was also the daughter of Atlas.
The mercurius, coming back from Sydney by way of 'Frisco, she was wrecked, too—in '70.
the Hermes (i.e., "the speaker") of the Greeks (Acts 14:12), a heathen God represented as the constant attendant of Jupiter, and the god of eloquence. The inhabitants of Lystra took Paul for this god because he was the "chief speaker."