He formed his plan of travelling upon different reasons from those which he afterward gave out, and which have been imputed to him.
I wouldn't let on that I noticed, for the boy was proud, didn't want any help, but I would jolly him, try to cheer him up, lend him a hand sometimes; he was glad to get it.
The world, for so it thought, 20 Owed him no service; wherefore he at once With indignation turned himself away, And with the food of pride sustained his soul In solitude.
"What do you think of me now?" He wanted to bend down and kiss her but wisely he forbore.
"Split t' the collar," said he, soberly, as he rested an elbow on his pommel.
Four years he lingers; friends begin to arise from one quarter and another, but he, not altogether wisely or well, refuses all pecuniary help.
Each of us was living a double life; he more or less unconsciously; I with such sharpened senses, such overwrought emotions, that I only wonder that my health did not give way.
"He that now goeth on his way weeping, and beareth forth good seed, shall doubtless come again with joy, and bring his sheaves with him."
So always firmly he: He knew to bide his time, And can his fame abide, Still patient in his simple faith sublime, Till the wise years decide.
From the time of Henrich's captivity, he bad endeavored to keep up in his own mind a remembrance of the Sabbath, or the Lord's Day (as it was always called by the Puritans); and, as far as it was in his power to do so, he observed it as a day of rest from common occupations and amusements.
Precisely he, who in the name of the National Assembly of France had dissolved by violence the National Assembly of Rome.
He indulges in the persiflage of a traveling salesman! TOBY-DOG I loveHer and Him devotedly, with a love that lifts me up to them.
Den de mule went roun' ter de do', en kick' erway lack he wanter break de do' down, 'tel bimeby somebody come 'long en driv him back ter de pastur'.
Notwithstanding the keenness of his eye and natural intuition, which found out instantly far more than was told, he not only eagerly and attentively listened, but remembered what his patient said.
The subtill vermin, creeping closely* neare, Did in his drinke shed poyson privilie; Which, through his entrailes spredding diversly, Made him to swell, that nigh his bowells brust, And him enforst to yeeld the victorie, That did so much in his owne greatnesse trust.
Neither he nor I everReally, Con, you are the only one who's made any mistake as to either of us!
Ungracious man, how fondly he argueth! VER.
When a lame old gentleman hails you, beckon him furiously to come on, but be sure, at the same time, to urge the driver to greater speed.
He gives twice," said he, gaily, "who gives quickly.
"For there is nothing more humorous in human life," said he, gloomily, "than the defective orthography of a fashionable young girl's education for the solemnity of matrimony.
He was caught; he was vanquished; he was despairing; but he instinctively, and without any wish to do so, kept his dignity.
[Illustration: From Report of Debate on Hares Preservation Bill, June 26."They (the other Members of Parliament) could not go out and kill 300 Dodos,"but evidently he (Sir W.V. HARCOURT) could, and here he iscaught in the act!]
Literally, "He who is the changer of hearts.
"This last year, the total was," said he, still monotonously, "ninety-eight hundred oddif the bills I haven't got yet ain't more than five thousand.
"He mun be a gradely mon nowa gradely mon!