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Bellmour sends word to Celinda, who replies in a heart-broken letter; and at the wedding feast Friendlove, who himself is deeply enamoured of Diana, appears in disguise to observe the traitor.
Mr. P. took the seat, (which was nothing to brag of,) and a cigar, (which would have been a great deal to brag of, if he had succeeded in smoking it,) and, after a whiff or two, asked his companion how it was that he came to send such a message to Congress about Cuba.
If you want better service, why send better men, And be better yourselves.
To obtain opinion that is sound and practical the Editor of the GUIDE sent forth the following letter: NEW YORK, January 31, 1913.
The two sisters sent a messenger to Jesus to tell Him.
The sent an ambassador .
WHAT IF YOU *WANT* TO SEND MONEY EVEN IF YOU DON'T HAVE TO?
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To the Editor of the GUIDE: We hereby have the pleasure of sending you two copies of the rules, translated and issued by the Westeras Base Ball Club, into Swedish from the Spalding Base Ball Guide.
Well-to-do people began to send their children to a new institution, a child garden or play school.
She proposes to send her son, Prince of ASTURIAS, to Professor CASTELAR, to study modern history.
You should make an inventory of the stock on hand before sending in your order for additional goods.
A gentle Lady is in Heaven, who grieves At this impediment, to which I send thee, So that stern judgment there above is broken.
My father in the meantime had sent a servant on horseback for the physician, who lived about two leagues away; and a bedroom was being prepared for the young lady's reception.
Then with powerful strokes the rowers sent the boat skimming across the water toward Duke Town.
If the Fenians send an army to aid the Red river insurgents, it may probably be the only "BIEL" work they will attempt this year.
Ki K'ang once sent him a present of some medicine.
As in the days of Marlborough and Wellington, so now, England has sent her troops to the continent; but whereas formerly her expeditionary forces, although of excellent quality, were numerically too small to be of primary importance, at present her army is already, by size as well as by excellence, a factor of prime importance, in the military situation; and its relative as well as absolute importance is steadily growing.
"Wait till to-morrow and we'll send Beauregard's forces to see you safe home."
Send the boy down to see me to-morrow.
Win-throp sent a ship to get more food for them.
Bismarck sent me a telegram regretting the absence of the godmother from the ceremony.
As soon as things had quieted down within the walls Carleton sent out search-parties to bring in the dead for decent burial and to see if any of the wounded had been overlooked.
She enclosed a cheque, and said she would send on some books and small possessions that Miss Townsend had kept there.
Send no further embassy to Sparta, and bear your misfortunes without showing symptoms of distress."
I lately sent an envoy to the sovereign of Han, with the demand of a princess in marriage; but the Emperor has returned a refusal, under the plea that the princess is yet too young.
But he always sent the same answer: that he could hold no communication with any rebels unless they came to implore the king's pardon.
We will send the first Ten Numbers of PUNCHINELLO to any one who wishes to see them, in view of subscribing, on the receipt of SIXTY CENTS.
A GENTLEMAN just returned from a tour in Western Asia sends to the Drawer the following account of a little bit of pleasantry which took place in the gala town of South Amboy:-- A young doctor, clever, rich, pure-minded, and just, but of somewhat ambigufied principles, was strenuously married to a sweet young creature, delicate as a daffodil, and altogether loveliacious.
Upon the afternoon of such a day as this, Miss POTTS is informed, by a servant, that Mr. BUMSTEAD has arrived, and, sending her his love, would be pleased to have her come down stairs to him and bring him a fan.
At the desk they sent up their cards to Mrs. Meade, then stepped into the parlor.
The General dismounted as we pulled up, and, after the usual greetings, was easily persuaded to accept the vacant seat in the carriage and send his horse on with his servant to the schloss.
Cady was forced out, but Hooper hit to right field for two bases sending Wagner and Wood home.
Germany has sent special agents to this country to represent her side of every issue.
It opened its mouth, and, for the first time, the stillness of that abominable place was broken, by a deep, booming note that sent an added thrill of apprehension through me.
But silver dollars were scarce; and on the 1st of May the crestfallen commissioners had to send the Congress a financial report which may best be summed up in a pithy phrase which soon became proverbial--'Not worth a Continental.'
We ought to send out people who can teach them these trades so that they can make a living."
Next morning, the 16th, a fateful day for Canada, the same Major Brown who had failed Ethan Allen at Montreal came up with a flag of truce to propose that Carleton should send an officer to see for himself how well all chance of escape had now been cut off.
Word came that Mwanga had sent 3 soldiers, but what news they bring they will not yet let me know.
45:8 So now it was not you that sent me hither, but God: and he hath made me a father to Pharaoh, and lord of all his house, and a ruler throughout all the land of Egypt.
THE ABSIANS AND FAZAREANS King Cais, chief of the Absians, distrusting the evil designs of Hadifah, the chief of the tribe of Fazarah, had sent out his slaves in every direction to look after Antar.
Prince Bismarck sent out the invitation for the first sitting: Footnote 1: The Crown Prince represented his father at all the functions.
He decided to attack on the high ground of Beit Jala (two miles north-west of Bethlehem) from the south, to send his divisional cavalry, the Westminster Dragoons, on the infantry's left to threaten Beit Jala from the west and to refuse Bethlehem.
43:4 If thou wilt send our brother with us, we will go down and buy thee food: 43:5 But if thou wilt not send him, we will not go down: for the man said unto us, Ye shall not see my face, except your brother be with you.
Almost immediately after the opening of the exposition, the project took shape, and it was decided that France should participate in the Congress and send three representatives.
The Governor will be bound to send an expedition against the murderers, and they'll not be easy found.
They sent fleets and armies against Syracuse, the mightiest power of the West.
'To help when that may be; but rather to watch, and to send the news and make it known that one is coming, that the bells of joy may be sounded, and all the blessed may rejoice.'