Here in a suite of four much-decorated rooms, which seemed unutterably elegant to Sylvia, the travelers slept, and ate most of their meals, making their trips out to the Marshall house in a small, neat, open carriage, which, although engaged at a livery-stable by Mrs. Marshall-Smith for the period of her stay, was not to be distinguished from a privately owned equipage.
GERALD RAYNER XVII THE PHOTOGRAPH XVIII DEFINITE SUSPICION XIX THE LATE CALL XX NUMBER FIFTY-THREE XXI THE YOUNG MAN WHO LED PUGS XXII THICK FOG XXIII THE POSSIBLE DEATH WARRANT XXIV CONCERNING CARL FEDERMAN XXV THE CARD ON THE DOOR XXVI PARTICIPANTS IN THE SECRET XXVII THE MILLIONAIRE, THE STRANGER, AND THE PRINCESS XXVIII THE FIRST PURSUIT XXIX THE PARCEL FROM HULL XXX THE PACKET IN THE SAFE XXXI THE HYDE PARK TEA-HOUSE XXXII THE CHILVERTON ANTI-CLIMAX XXXIII THE SMART MISS SLADE XXXIV MERRIFIELD EXPLAINS XXXV THE ALLERDYKE WAY CHAPTER I THE MIDNIGHT RIDE About eleven o'clock on the night of Monday, May 12, 1914, Marshall Allerdyke, a bachelor of forty, a man of great mental and physical activity, well known in Bradford as a highly successful manufacturer of dress goods, alighted at the Central Station in that city from an express which had just arrived from Manchester, where he had spent the day on business.
Any one who chose might go to the Marshall house on Sunday evenings, on condition that he should not talk during the music, and did not expect any attention.
The two known as the Sylvester and the Marshall Hall methods are generally accepted as efficient and practical.
Essential language habits, by Esther Marshall Cowan, Annette Betz, and Werrett Wallace Charters.
But although the Marshall children knew all about this crisis, as they knew all about everything that happened to the family, they had had no experience of the anxious talks and heartsick consultations which would have gone on in any other faculty household.
"A trifling dispute arose between Silas Randal and Pharaoh Massingale, both of Marshall county.
by Marshall Frantz.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of Beautiful Joe, by by Marshall Saunders This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
Marshall Stedman (A); 6Jan54; R124074.
Jimminy Crickets, I'll bet it's that Marshall Morgan and his crowd!"
The printed letter-head, somewhat blurred, because too much ink had been used, read as follows: Marshall McMahon McNutt, Real Estate Dealer & Horses to Pasture by the week or month.
Walter Marshall Horton (A); 29Mar57; R189125.
Mrs. Hubert, obeying an impulse of curiosity, stopped to speak to the little Marshall girl, about whose queer upbringing there were so many stories current, and was struck with the decorative possibilities of the pretty child, apparent to her practised eye.
MARSHALL STICKS TO HER PRINCIPLES XVIII SYLVIA SKATES MERRILY ON THIN ICE XIX AS A BIRD OUT OF A SNARE XX "BLOW, WIND; SWELL, BILLOW; AND SWIM, BARK!"
Peggy Marshall Schelling (W); 30Jun55; R152164.
W. Armstrong, J.J. Noah, M.J. Clum, Samuel J. Albright, David Brock, D.S. Merret, Richard Bradley, A.C. Crowell, Sol Teverbaugh, Edwin Clark, Harry Bingham, William Wilford, Ole Kelson, C.R. Conway, Isaac H. Conway, David Ramaley, M.R. Prendergast, Edward Richards, Francis P. McNamee, E.S. Lightbourn, William Creek, Alex Creek, Marshall Robinson, Jacob T. McCoy, A.J. Underwood, J.B. Chaney, James M. Culver, Frank H. Pratt, A.S. Diamond, Frank Daggett, R.V. Hesselgrave, A.D. Martin, W.G. Jebb, R.F. Slaughter, Thos.
R63229, 8Jun50, John Marshall Richman (C) FREEMAN, Carolyn R. SEE Santa to the rescue.
The Chamber of Peers is occupied with the trial of Marshall Ney, the Conseil de Guerre, which was ordered to assemble for that purpose having declared itself incompetent.
The only occurrence in the Marshall life remotely approaching the regularity and formality of a real social event was the weekly meeting of the string quartet which Professor Marshall had founded soon after his arrival in La Chance.
Thence we headed for The Hague, Holland, the neutral gateway of northern Europe, where we found the American Minister, Dr. Henry van Dyke, and his first secretary, Marshall Langhorne, shouldering the work of the American Legation in its chameleonesque capacity as bank, post-office, detective bureau, bureau of information, charity organization, and one might even say temporary home for the stranded travelers of every rank and nation.
Mr. Marshall Jett, Farrowsville, Fauquier Co. Virginia, in the "National Intelligencer," May 30, 1837.
Between the two extremes represented by shabby, crack-brained Cousin Parnelia and elegant, sardonic old Professor Kennedy, there were many other habitual visitors at the house--raw, earnest, graceless students of both sexes, touchingly grateful for the home atmosphere they were allowed to enter; a bushy-haired Single-tax fanatic named Hecht, who worked in the iron-foundries by day, and wrote political pamphlets by night; Miss Lindstroem, the elderly Swedish woman laboring among the poor negroes of Flytown; a constant sprinkling from the Scandinavian-Americans whose well-kept truck-farms filled the region near the Marshall home; one-armed Mr. Howell, the editor of a luridly radical Socialist weekly paper, whom Judith called in private the "old puss-cat" on account of his soft, rather weak voice and mild, ingratiating ways.
"Sure, I know it, and there's Marshall Field's on State Street, and Lyon & Healy's on Wabash Avenue, and Hart, Schaffner & Marx over by the Chicago River; just the same as here.
It was from sheer preoccupation of mind that I drove this way instead of straight out by Marshall Avenue.
Epilogue spoken at Oxford by Mrs Marshall XXXVII.
"It's one of our queer Marshall ways.
Namur is now the head-quarters of Marshal Blucher, who is in the enjoyment of divers noms de guerre, such as "Marshall Vorwaerts," "Der alte Teufel."
No, he that will Bandy for a Monarchic, must provide Brave marshall troopes with resolution armde, To stand the shock of bloudy doubtfull warre, Not danted though disastrous Fate doth frowne, And spit all spightfull fury in their face: Defying horror in her ugliest forme, And growes more valiant, the more danger threats; Or let leane famine her affliction send, Whose pining plagues a second hel doth bring, Thei'le hold their courage in her height of spleene, Till valour win plenty to supply them, What thinke ye, would yer feast-hunting Citizens Indure this?
If the Marshall tradition had made it easier for her to achieve this not very elevated goal, she might have perceived more clearly where her rapid feet were taking her.
Sold my ground over t' Marshall t' a New York Syndicate that was nosin' round pretty sharp before I left; and it's give me money enough t' take up this here property.
In which, our Valiant Hamlet, (For so this side of our knowne world esteem'd him) Sidenote: 6 Did slay this Fortinbras: who by a Seal'd Compact, Well ratified by Law, and Heraldrie, Sidenote: heraldy Did forfeite (with his life) all those his Lands Sidenote: these Which he stood seiz'd on, to the Conqueror: Sidenote: seaz'd of, Against the which, a Moity competent Was gaged by our King: which had return'd Sidenote: had returne To the Inheritance of Fortinbras, Footnote 1: 1st Q. 'Marshall stalke'.
Although during those years she was almost literally rooted to the Marshall soil, watered by Marshall convictions, and fed by Marshall information, the usual miracle of irresistibly individual growth went silently and unconsciously forward in her.
This unvisited spot was situated north of latitude 26, and bounded on the west by the Finke River, on the north by the Plenty and Marshall Rivers and part of the MacDonnell Ranges, and on the west by the Hay River and the Queensland border.
To return to the Seven Years' war (I may be permitted to take this retrospect, I hope, since it is the fashion, and those who differ with me in opinions go much farther back than I do), let the French royalists and emigrants recollect the confiscation of property and barbarity exercised by Marshall Richelieu in Hanover, where many families were reduced to beggary.
And Marshall Prim seemed to be the favoured god of the moment.
Arnold imperiously demanded a complete vacation from "lessons," and when, it was indolently granted, he spent it incessantly with Judith, the two being always out of doors and usually joyously concocting what in any but the easy-going, rustic plainness of the Marshall mode of life would have been called mischief.
As he had said, the Weggs had formed the chief topic of conversation in Millville for years, and no one had a more vivid interest in their history than Marshall McMahon McNutt.
Prepared by Marshall McKusick under the auspices of the South Dakota Bar.
But after a good many family councils, in most of which, after the unreticent Marshall manner, she herself was allowed to be present, it was decided not to send her to the huge new Central High School, which had cost La Chance such a big slice of its taxes, but to prepare her at home for her course at the State University.
Experienced as she was in the prudent provisioning of the Marshall kitchen she was staggered to think how many chickens had gone into filling with that clear liquor the big silver tureen which steamed over the glittering alcohol lamp.
Yet it must be conceded that, in making John Marshall Chief Justice, John Adams deliberately chose the man whom, of all his countrymen, he thought to be the most formidable champion of those views which he himself entertained, and which he conceived that he had been elected President to advance.
As a war correspondent it was my duty to give to the world an account of the forcible deportation of King Mataafa from Samoa to the Marshall Islands, where he was kept in exile six years.
We will not consider Japan's position as a nominal member of the entente, except for her action at the beginning of the war in capturing Kiauchau, China, the German fortified port and naval base in the Orient, and sweeping Germany out of the Pacific by taking the Marshall islands.
These things can wait until the German is licked, which we all believe is coming shortly, with Marshall Haig and General Pershing and General Petain on the job."
by Leon C. Marshall & Rachel Marshall Goetz. (
That all other person & persons (not being comprehended in any of ye former Qualifications,) who have borne comaund in the warre of Ireland against the Parliam't of England or their forces, as generall, leift'ts generall, major gen'll, commissary generall, colonell, Gouerno'rs of any garrison, Castle or Forte, or who have been imployed as receaver gen'll or Treasurer of the whole Nation, or any prouince thereof, Comissarie gen'll of musters, or prouissions, Marshall generall or marshall of any province, advocate to ye army, secretary to ye councell of warre, or to any generall of the army, or of any the seuerall prouinces, in order to the carrying on the warre, against the parliam't or their forces, be banished dureing the pleasure of the parliam't of ye Com'wealth of England, and their estates forfeited & disposed of as followeth, (viz.)
And in this Cittie London have remayned Called by the name of Marshall Farriers, Which title of Kinge Edward the Third was gaynde, For service done unto him in his warres, A Maister and two Wardens in skill expert, The trade to rule and give men their desert.
And of all artes that worthe or praise doeth merite, To none the Marshall Farrier's will submitt, That bothe by Physicks, arte, force, hands, and spiritt The Kinge and subject in peace and warre doe fitt, Many of Tuball boast first Smythe that ever wrought, But Farriers more do, doe than Tuball ever taught.