Then just as Ferd started to go he spied Chet coming up the street and hailed him joyfully.
'Truly,' replied Salon, 'your last scheme has succeeded better than any of the others you have tried; and I now gladly hail you as Sachem of our tribe.
When he moved from town to town, the people no longer hailed him with acclamations; and even the common tokens of outward respect were at times withheld.
My lord soon may I hail!
Oh say can you see by the dawn's early light What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming And the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave On the shore dimly seen through the mists of the deep Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes what is that which the breeze o'er the towering steep As it fitfully blows now conceals, now discloses Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam In full glory reflected now shines on the stream 'Tis the star-spangled banner O long may it wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave And where is that band who so vauntingly swore That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion A home and a country should leave us no more Their blood has wiped out their foul footstep's pollution No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave ***END OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK AUDIO: STAR-SPANGLED BANNER*** ******* This file should be named 10758.txt or 10758.zip ******* This and all associated files of various formats will be found in: http://www.gutenberg.net/1/0/7/5/10758 Updated editions will replace the previous one--the old editions will be renamed.
He hails Claude cheerfully from the platform, as he waddles about, with a face as of the rising sun, radiant with good fun, good humour, good deeds, good news, and good living.
Rufus visited Galba and could obtain from him no important privileges, unless one reckons the fact that a man who had frequently been hailed as emperor was allowed to live.
Slowly the pinnace nears us, gaily she hails us, and slowly she disappears beneath the shadow of our mighty bows.
The swallow and the cuckoo are generally hailed as harbingers of spring and summer, but, perhaps, many of our readers are not aware that it is only lucky to hear the cuckoo, for the first time in the season, upon soft ground in contradistinction to hard roads, and with money in the pocket, which the youngster is sagely advised to be sure then to turn over.
Probably no American ever was hailed in Paris with more eclat than Benjamin Franklin.
But his father stalked boldly through the outer ring of spectators to the camp's centre and genially hailed the aged woman, who, on first looking up from her cookery, held out a withered palm for the silver that should buy him secrets of his future.
At the depot in San Francisco the curious onlookers were surprised to see a boy clad conspicuously in sea-boots and sou'wester hail a cab and dash away.
I accordingly hailed a cab and drove back to my office.
As I passed he hailed me gayly.
All hail to the moment when I first became aware of their existence, more than fifty years ago, in the house of the gentle artist Benjamin West! (
Finally she hailed a tramp And, contriving to decamp To the shores of Patagonia, Finding them too chill and damp, Perished of acute pneumonia.
They parted, the last speaker presently to hail the nearest carriage.
He was widely hailed as a literary master and recognized as a force in fiction before he attained financial independence.
JOHN GILBERT COOPER FROM THE POWER OF HARMONY THE HARMONY OF NATURE Hail, thrice hail!
But surely "hailed him immortal" adds nothing to the terror of the man's death, which it was your business to heighten, not diminish by a phrase which takes away all terror from it, I like that line, "They closed their eyes in sleep, nor knew 'twas death," Indeed, there is scarce a line I do not like, "Turbid ecstasy" is surely not so good as what you had written,--"troublous." "
As he bent down with a bantering chuckle to pat the horse's inflexible neck, a man's voice suddenly hailed them from the darkening woods lying at their back.
From her after deck a man hailed the logger sharply, and when his call was unheeded, he ran lightly up the slip.
Read the answer of Jesus as the New Testament gives it, and then see if the Quaker poet, Barton, has not beautifully expressed it thus: "Woman, believe me, the hour is near When He, if ye rightly would hail him, Will neither be worshipped exclusively here.
The young man, delighted with the information, immediately discovered himself, acknowledged that he was Kai-kobad, and then Rustem respectfully hailed him as the sovereign of Persia.
He perished regretted alike by friend and foe; and perhaps not one of the throng that witnessed his execution but would have rejoicingly hailed a means of reconciling his pardon with the higher and inevitable duties which they owed to the safety of the army and the existence of the state.
Two or three of the voices hailed together, raucously.
Rise, lead the war, prodigious toils require Unyielding strength, and unextinguished fire; Pursue the triumph with tempestuous rage, Against the world in glorious strife engage, And when an empire sinks beneath thy sway (O quickly may we hail the prosperous day), The fickle sex will then with blooming charms, Adoring throng to bless thy circling arms!"
There is more than one ten-thousand-dollar town in existence which has accepted a hundred-thousand-dollar hospital from generously disposed citizens, and the other citizens thereof have properly hailed their benefactor's name with loud acclaim, but the hundred-thousand-dollar hospital, which might have been a fifty-thousand-dollar hospital, with an endowment of fifty thousand more to make it self-supporting, has a tendency to ruin other charities quite as worthy, because its maintenance pumps dry the pockets of those who have to give.
Fairfax, indeed (he was supposed to be under the influence of a Presbyterian wife and of the Presbyterian ministers), disapproved of the design; but his disapprobation, though lamented in public, was privately hailed as a benefit by those who were acquainted with the aspiring designs of Cromwell, and built on his elevation the flattering hope of their own greatness.
But there was no time at present to bewail this calamity for the man in the launch had brought her inshore and hailed him politely.
At this intimation of the eminent service which Kai Lung had rendered them, the nature of their faces towards him at once changed completely, those who only a moment before had been demanding his death particularly hailing him as their inspired and unobtrusive protector, and in all probability, indeed, a virtuous and benignant spirit in disguise.
Norgate hailed a taxi outside and was driven at once to the nearest telephone call office.
When Tiberius learned this, he did not regard the matter as a trivial one, fearing, indeed, that they would hail his rival as emperor outright, and he did not neglect it.
A band of Chippewas, originally hailing from Grand Island, in Lake Superior, but now living on the extreme northern head of Green Bay, visited the office.
The abandonment of the bill was naturally hailed as a triumph by the Queen and her partisans; but with the excitement of the struggle against the government the interest taken in her case died away.
This work was published in Paris in 1807, when Napoleon was on the apex of his power and glory; and no work by a woman was ever hailed with greater enthusiasm, not in Paris merely, but throughout Europe.
We went down together in the elevator, and three minutes later we had hailed a taxi and were speeding eastward toward the Avenue.
I hadn't reckoned that joining a fledgling -- nay, nascent -- publication as its Staff Reporter, with added responsibility of news-gathering in South Goa (which meant re-writing copy from mofussil correspondents who largely hailed from a vernacular background) would be so engrossing an affair that I ended up sending not a single Response Sheet to the Institute of Company Secretaries of India!
The officer kindly hailed me, and offered me the hospitality of the Coast-Survey schooner "Caswell."
"Hello, lady," he hailed jovially. "
When, however, he returned to S. Marco seven years later it was to be instantly hailed both as a powerful preacher and reformer.
The six who had anticipated Thirteen at this bizarre rendezvous hailed him as a familiar, according to their several idiosyncrasies, brusquely, indifferently, or with some semblance of cordiality.
Impulsively he hailed it.
it raged; then hailed imperiously, "Ko hai?"
He was immediately hailed from behind the bar with: "Hey, you.
But now shed flowers, pour wine, To hail the conquerors home!
'Tis hailing hard--come, let us to the hut!
A man came out from one of them and hailed him gruffly.
Instead of punishing him, the master gratefully hailed a kindred spirit, and presently confided Provencal verses of his own making.