"There was a fine to-do about it up at this 'ere Cauliflower public-'ouse that night, and the quietest man 'o the whole lot was Bob Pretty.
'Although a thrice-Olympian lot be thine, Only to echo back in every tone, The moods of nobler natures than thine own.'
A real gentleman 'e was, open-'anded and free, and just about October he 'ad a lot of 'is friends come down from London to 'elp 'im kill the pheasants.
The old Eddas and Voluspas of the North are full of significant lore for the sons of the Northmen, wherever their lot is cast.
Lots of it's a rotten bore, of course, but there's something in me that doesn't live at all when I'm on this too, too solid earth.
They're just playing, and a lot of noise is usually a pretty safe sign."
Shipments were commonly made by the firm once every two months in a vessel for New Orleans, but the present lot was to march overland.
my lot is a darksome one,-- Fairy!
Their lot is so often a tragedy.
And our lot too, then, is Anarchy by barricade or ballot-box, and Social Death?--We will not think so.
THE LOT OF THOSE WHO HAVE CONFIRMED THEMSELVES IN THE PERSUASION THAT THE LUST OF DEFLORATION IS NOT AN EVIL OF SIN, AFTER DEATH IS GRIEVOUS.
The lot on which the last once stood is still her property, and is a small fortune of itself.
They must know that lots of us in our great national army are in ordinary life just rogues and vagabonds.
God grant me strength to do my duty, and if my lot is failure, let me accept it bravely.
Working girl I am and may always be, but my lot is a queen's beside what you suggest!
his lot was the happiest, after all."
"That Nackowasset lot are a horrible set of thieves," said Miles.
It has always been observed, he says, that men eminent by nature or fortune are not generally happy: "whether it be that apparent superiority incites great designs, and great designs are naturally liable to fatal miscarriages; or that the general lot of mankind is misery, and the misfortunes of those, whose eminence drew upon them an universal attention, have been more carefully recorded because they were more generally observed, and have in reality been only more conspicuous than those of others, not more frequent or more severe."
The lot of it was small pickin', but here's half o' London under our feet to be split four ways; but ye wanted it all, and ye wanted us out of yer way so ye could sleep o' nights.
Truly the lot of a Persian telegraph official is not always a bed of roses.
All the usual lot were there, as well as those two officers who came to the Foire with us, and about three or four more people from Paris, so we were quite a large party.
They were all so regally gotten up that the whole lot of them might have been kings.
Then thou speak'st death, I am sorry I mistooke; They both are fatall, theres but little choice; The first inthral'd my father, the last me, No deadlier swords ever us'd enemie; My lot's the best that I dye with the sound, But he lives dying in a death profound.
The next "lot" were Jim, his wife, and two children, one about three, and the other about two years of age,--all on the platform.
The next "lot" was a family, consisting of the husband, a man slightly coloured, about 30 years of age, the wife about 25, quite black, and reminding me forcibly of an excellent woman in my own congregation, a little girl about 4 years of age, and a child in the arms.
I shall now descend to speak to the rest, who have not done like you, and whose lot will therefore be directly the opposite: you will thus learn not only from words but by facts even more how far you excel them."
"The darkest lot is not all gloom," thought she as she sat down by her little table and began to sew. "
Why had a Biography been inflicted on this man; why had not No-biography, and the privilege of all the weary, been his lot?--Thirdly, That such lot, however, could now no longer be my good Sterling's; a tumult having risen around his name, enough to impress some pretended likeness of him (about as like as the Guy-Fauxes are, on Gunpowder-Day) upon the minds of many men: so that he could not be forgotten, and could only be misremembered, as matters now stood.
One of the most widespread realizations accompanying the current renaissance is that a lot of what has been taken for granted as 'hardware' is, in fact, 'software' capable of being reprogrammed.
Lot, of course, is the characteristic figure; but we also have the life stories of Abraham, Moses, Jonah, Joseph, and many others.
That's it; the whole lot of them are rascals, and we get the thanks.
It is often said that the common lot of old age is disease and weariness of life.
Now if one be an Olympian conqueror and treasurer to the prophetic altar of Zeus at Pisa, and joint founder of glorious Syracuse, shall such an one hide him from hymns of praise, if his lot be among citizens who hear without envy the desired sounds of song?
lots of ways," was the reply. "
The auctioneer, with the customary volubility of such men in America, began by stating, that the lots now to be offered were the remnants of a preceding sale, which he gratuitously observed had been a most satisfactory one, and after dilating with some energy on the good qualities of the woman before us, whose face brightened up a little on hearing such a flattering account of her good qualities, he earnestly requested a bidding.
'--Alas, and the whole lot to be divided is such a beggarly matter, truly a 'feast of shells,' for the substance has been spilled out: not enough to quench one Appetite; and the collective human species clutching at them!--Can we not, in all such cases, rather say: 'Take it, thou too-ravenous individual; take that pitiful additional fraction of a share, which I reckoned mine, but which thou so wantest; take it with a blessing: would to Heaven I had enough for thee!'--If Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre be, 'to a certain extent, Applied Christianity,' surely to a still greater extent, so is this.
Come, lady, 'tis your lot to be my dame.
They need to stand high an' shine bright to make 'em really happy, and if any special lot is particularly ex-clusive an' high-falutin', that's the crowd they long to swarm with.
Lots of our customers are people who are going to foreign places--Antwerp, Rotterdam, Hamburg, and so on--they put up here just for the night, before sailing.
The first lot I have to offer you is a screen,--six foot high,--bring out the screen, Theodore!
He was a good plaiter, was Cocoanut--they do such work with grasses and things in and about Honolulu, and lots of little Hawaiians are good plaiters--and it may be said of the job that when completed, although done almost unconsciously, it was a good one.
"Lots of lunch, I should say," had been Ford's mental comment; but he had not thought it wise to ask questions.
The lot I wore yesterday were a present from Ham Morris.
Every place we show the lot is one sea of mud, and when we get the rings made they seem like a chain of lakes, and in galloping around the rings the horses splash mud and water clear to the reserved seats.
A weary lot, in sooth, was yours,--poor little Caroline.
I expect you noted Montgomery declared his lot were Kroos.
Since King Fernando brought his host fair Baza to blockade, My lot has been a wretched lot of anguish unalloyed.