While the fall of snow on the coast is heavy the depth of snow as far down as the Yukon, Stewart and Klondyke rivers is inconsiderable.
Yet he had long been 'my friend Carleton' to Wolfe, he was soon to become one of 'Pitt's Young Men,' and he was enough of a 'coming man' to incur the king's displeasure.
A.J. REACH, Philadelphia, old time professional expert:--"It certainly is an interesting revelation of the national game from the time, years before it was so dignified, up to the present.
He got his followers to plant seeds, and soon they were happy enough watching for the green shoots to appear.
Probably there is a ritual from the ancient days of Ming Ti that Chinamen when they eat shall sit as near as possible to the sacred moon.
The nearest inhabited schloss of any historic associations, is that of old General Spielsdorf, nearly twenty miles away to the right.
Surely there is no need to turn me out.
The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT The College Courant is NOT Merely a small student's sheet, But is the largest in N. E. Merely of interest to college men, But to every one.
It is covered with dense forests, and inhabited by the same wild things, save the red man alone, that were there thousands of years ago.
I have wondered why Chinese restaurants are generally on the second story.
Fate and man are not altogether at odds.
Of course I'm naturally a very powerful man, and only need a little--' 'What have you done?'
I dare say it comes and goes when she talks,--winks at you, so to speak, in a manner that must be simply idiotic.
One afternoon Edith was talking to the telephone in a voice of agonised entreaty that would have melted the hardest of hearts, but did not seem to have much effect on the Exchange, which, evidently, was not responsive to pathos that day.
The old-fashioned play of that name, which is daily acted everywhere about us, is usually more of a tragedy than a comedy, but Mr. DALY'S Man and Wife is comedy, farce, muscular christianity, and paralysis pleasantly mingled together.
It is hardly possible to present too frequently to the human mind the image of a man who lived only to do good.
At present there is scarcely a gleam of light to guide me.
But since it is thy will more be unfolded Of our condition, how it truly is, Mine cannot be that this should be denied thee.
Four years later (1751) he was a lieutenant in the Grenadier Guards.
The reader is, no doubt, aware that the Burman Empire lies beyond the Ganges, between the British possessions and the kingdom of Siam; and that the natives nearly assimilate with those of Hindostan, in language, manners, religion, and character, except that they are more hardy and warlike.
European travellers in this country--especially if one economical condition of their coming hither has not been the composition of works of imagination on America, sufficiently contemptuous to pay all the expenses of the trip--have, occasionally--and particularly if they have been invited to write for New York magazines, take professorships in native colleges, or lecture on the encouraging Continental progress of scientific atheism before Boston audiences;--such travellers, we say, convinced that they shall lose no money by it, but, on the contrary, rather sanguine of making a little thereby in the long run, have occasionally remarked, that, in the United States, women journeying alone are treated with a chivalric courtesy and deference not so habitually practiced in any other second-class new nation on the face of the earth.
For the entertainment of this youthful beauty he wrote his Filicopo, and the fair Maria is undoubtedly the heroine of several of his stories and poems.
Star-dust and earth-dust are alike in ceaseless whirl.
The latest transient guest at the Roach House--a hotel kept on the entomological plan in Bumsteadville--was a gentleman of such lurid aspect as made every beholder burn to know whom he could possibly be.
EVERETT C. BROWN, Chicago, ex-president of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States:--"It is very seldom that any history of any sport or anything pertaining to athletics approaches the interest with which one reads a popular work of fiction, but I can truthfully say that I have read the story of the great national game with as much interest as I have read any recent work of fiction."
Or maybe you are hot and thirsty, and there is a well at the side of the house.
Of course I'm naturally a very powerful man, and only need a little--' 'What have you done?'
To this class I was more communicative; and when I severally informed them that I had actually been to the Moon, some of them shrugged their shoulders, others laughed in my face, and some were angry at my supposed attempt to deceive them; but all, with a single exception, were incredulous.
That was an arrogant person in the world; Goodness is none, that decks his memory; So likewise here his shade is furious.
The king was apparently friendly at first.
The poet's ancestry and parentage are chiefly interesting as explaining some of the complexities of his character.
This is entirely a mis-statement.
Consequently, it is my determination to befriend him."
It was now clearly remembered that there had once been rumors of terrible cruelties by a PENDRAGON family to an aged colored man of great piety; who, because he incessantly sang hymns in the cotton-field, was sent to a field farther from the PENDRAGON mansion, and ultimately died.
FLORA had completed her chemical toilet, put all the bottles, jars, and small round boxes back into her satchel again, and sat down to a second reading of these gratifying intimations that a prepossessing female orphan is not necessarily without assiduous paternal guardianship at her command wherever there are Western fathers, when Mr. DIBBLE appeared, as he had promised, accompanied by Gospeler SIMPSON.
But they are mostly far apart, and make scarce any mark in general views.
In large cities, where the mind is so much overwrought in the various schemes of private ambition, or of public business, anxiety is very frequently the grand opposing circumstance to recovery; so that while the causes which produced it are allowed to operate, mere medical prescription is of no avail.
His first affair of the heart is, doubtless, reminiscently portrayed in what he says of his boyish ideal, Byron.
But the Talthybius Footnote: Talthybius was a herald, and nuntius is obviously a gloss on this.
Unfortunately there are but few pictures of Froebel's own Kindergarten, but there seems to have been little formality in its earliest development.
It was early one warm evening when my friend and I arrived in Kraighten.
Then in summer it is exactly the other way.
Even now, while, in my deepest heart, I release Mr. DIBBLE and Mr. PENDRAGON from all suspicion, I cannot entirely rid my mind of the impression that you, Mr. SIMPSON, in an hour when, from undue indulgence in stimulants, you were not wholly yourself, may have been tempted, by the superior fineness of the alpaca, to slay a young man inexpressibly dear to us all."
"His eye-sight is better than a good field glass; he is the best trailer I ever heard of; and also the best judge of the 'lay of country,'--that is, he is able to tell what kind of country is ahead, so as to know how to act.
Touch that solemn looking old croaker on yonder broad leaf of that pond lily, with the end of your fishing rod, while the music is at the highest, he will send forth a quick discordant and cracked cry, like that of a greedy dog choked with a bone, as he plunges for the bottom; and note how suddenly that sound will be repeated, and how quick the roar of the frogs will be hushed into silence.
But in this case the inhabitant of the earth loses what the inhabitant of the moon gains--the ordinary portion of understanding allotted to one mortal being thus divided between two; and, as might be expected, seeing that the two minds were originally the same, there is a most exact conformity between the man of the earth and his counterpart in the moon, in all their principles of action and modes of thinking.
And there were two or three young lady friends besides, pretty nearly of my own age, who were occasional visitors, for longer or shorter terms; and these visits I sometimes returned.
As the glorious qualities, which his life displayed, are equally open to the emulation of the great and the humble; every class of human creatures is peculiarly interested in his praise.
The host of the Roach House bore both fork and object to a window, where the light was less deceptive, and was presently able to announce confidently that the object was only a hair-pin.
It shows that statism, or world-existence-at-rest, in space, is analogous with the cardinal series of numeration; and motism or world-existence-in-motion, in time, analogous with the ordinal series of numbers; and that, finally, statism and cardinism, (as of the four cardinal points in the orientation of space,) are analogous with spiritualities and the spirit world; and that motism and ordinism (succession by steps) are analogous with temporalities, (transitory things) and so with the mundane or transitory sphere.