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189 examples of blumenthal in sentences

At the same time, at his headquarters at Chรฉmery, Blumenthal was having a bridge built over the Meuse by the Wurtemburg division.

I went to Mr. Goldwin's store to do your errand, and who should I find there but Florimond Blumenthal!"

"And, pray, who is Florimond Blumenthal?" inquired Mrs. Delano.

"I suppose that was Mr. Blumenthal to whom you nodded several times, and who followed you to the carriage.

"I am very much pleased with the account you give of this young Blumenthal.

A fortnight afterward, she obtained an interview with Mr. Goldwin, and asked, "What is your estimate of that young Mr. Blumenthal, who has been for some time in your employ?"

" When Blumenthal informed Flora of this unexpected good-fortune, they of course suspected from whom it came; and they looked at each other, and blushed.

Flora had long been Mrs. Blumenthal.

" Mrs. Blumenthal, who was sitting opposite, noticed with artistic eye what a charming contrast of beauty there was between that richly colored young face, with its crown of dark hair, and that pale, refined, symmetrical face, in its frame of silver.

"I declare," said Mrs. Fitzgerald, "that oldest daughter of yours, Mrs. Blumenthal, bears a striking resemblance to the cantatrice who was turning everybody's head when I was in Rome.

" "I should like to get a glimpse of her, if I could without the trouble of going to a party," replied Mrs. Blumenthal.

" "I was thinking of that very thing," rejoined Mrs. Blumenthal, "and I was just going to ask you his Christian name.

"I seldom play," rejoined Mrs. Delano, "because my daughter, Mrs. Blumenthal, plays so much better.

" "I think so," rejoined Mrs. Blumenthal.

" "And all your voice, too," rejoined Mrs. Blumenthal.

" "There'll come an end to this some time or other, as surely as God reigns in the heavens," rejoined Blumenthal.

A few days past the middle of the following May, a carriage stopped before the house of Mr. Joseph Bright, in Northampton, and Mrs. Delano, with all the Blumenthal family, descended from it.

exclaimed Mrs. Blumenthal, as she looked out of one of the side-windows.

As Mrs. Blumenthal was walking among the bushes, Mr. Bright's beaming face suddenly uprose before her, from where he was stooping to pluck up some weeds.

Mrs. Blumenthal smiled as she inquired, "What did you mean by saying he sold women and children?" "Made his money by slave-trading down in Carolina, ma'am.

" Mrs. Blumenthal amused her companions by a repetition of his remarks concerning the Deacon.

"So you are an Abolitionist?" said Mr. Blumenthal, as they stopped near their host.

" "Not exactly such a silent thinking as the apothecary's famous owl, I judge," said Mrs. Blumenthal.

" "I think so," rejoined Mr. Blumenthal, smiling; "especially when they've become so mixed up that they advertise runaway negroes with sandy hair, blue eyes, and ruddy complexion.

" "Some of the Northern ministers are not much better guides, I think," rejoined Mr. Blumenthal.

" "It's an old saying," rejoined Blumenthal, "that, when men enter into a league with Satan, he always deserts them at the tightest pinch; and I've often observed he's sure to do it where arguments pinch.

What part of the South was it?" inquired Mrs. Blumenthal.

Mr. Blumenthal proposed a walk on Round Hill; but the children preferred staying at home.

So Mr. Blumenthal and his wife went forth on their ramble alone.

When it ceased, Mr. Blumenthal drew a long breath, and said, "Ah! that was our Mendelssohn.

"I'm glad we brought pauvre Manon with us," said Mrs. Blumenthal.

Ha! ha!" Surprised at this explosion, Mrs. Blumenthal looked round to discover the cause, and exclaiming, "Oh ciel!"

When she returned, she found Mrs. Blumenthal leaning her head on the table, with her face buried in her hands.

Do you remember Florimond Blumenthal?" "The good German boy that Papasito took such an interest in?" inquired Rosa.

" "Well, he's a good German boy now," rejoined Flora; "and I'm Mrs. Blumenthal.

" The sisters sat folded in each other's arms, their souls wandering about among memories, when Mr. Blumenthal returned from his long ramble with the children.

Mr. Blumenthal took her hand respectfully, as she entered, and said: "This is our dear benefactress, our best earthly friend.

"Then we will kiss good night, sistita mia?" said Mrs. Blumenthal; "and you will bring Eulalia to us to-morrow.

So different from you, Mr. Blumenthal, and Mr. King!

Alfred Blumenthal had a vacation at the same time, and the young people of the three families were together almost continually.

Songs and glees enlivened their evenings, and nearly every day there were boating excursions, or rides on horseback, in which Mr. and Mrs. King and Mr. and Mrs. Blumenthal invariably joined.

The beautiful river, softly flowing in sunlight through richly cultivated meadows, always seemed to Mr. Blumenthal like the visible music of Mendelssohn.

But when I come here, or go to Mrs. Blumenthal's, I feel as if the roots o' things wa'n't killed.

A new surprise awaited them, prepared by the good taste of Mr. Blumenthal.

SEE Blumenthal, Gertrude. BECKER, MAY LAMBERTON.

BLUMENTHAL, GERTRUDE.

Gertrude Blumenthal (A); 8Apr68; R433346. BOARD OF PUBLICATION OF THE METHODIST CHURCH, INC. Doctrines and discipline of the Methodist Church.

BLUMENTHAL, GERTRUDE.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal.

Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 29Jul74; R581778. R581779.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal.

Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 12Aug74; R583613.

By A. Barnett Langdale, Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623770. R623771.

By John E. Warriner, Joseph C. Blumenthal & A. Barnett Langdale.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623771.

By John E. Warriner, A. Barnett Langdale & Joseph C. Blumenthal.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623772. R623773.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623773.

By A. Barnett Langdale, Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623774.

By John E. Warriner, A. Barnett Langdale & Joseph C. Blumenthal.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623775.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623776. R623777. South.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 14Apr76; R631443.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 7Jan77; R651158.

By Joseph c. Blumenthal.

ยฉ 9Nov49; AA134613. Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 7Jan77; R651159.

SEE BLUME, L. F. BLUMENTHAL, LEONARD M. Distance geometries; a study of the development of abstract metrics.

Leonard M. Blumenthal (A); 1Feb66; R379790.

SEE BLUMENTHAL, GERTRUDE.

By A. Barnett Langdale, Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623770. R623771.

By John E. Warriner, Joseph C. Blumenthal & A. Barnett Langdale.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623771. R623772.

By John E. Warriner, A. Barnett Langdale & Joseph C. Blumenthal.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623772. R623773.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623773.

By A. Barnett Langdale, Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623774.

By John E. Warriner, A. Barnett Langdale & Joseph C. Blumenthal.

John E. Warriner & Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 15Jan76; R623775.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 15Jan76; R623776. R623777. South.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 14Apr76; R631443.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, A. Barnett Langdale & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 23Jun76; R643241. R643242.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, A. Barnett Langdale & John E. Warriner.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 23Jun76; R643242.

By Joseph C. Blumenthal, John E. Warriner & A. Barnett Langdale.

Joseph C. Blumenthal & John E. Warriner (A); 7Jan77; R651158.

By Joseph c. Blumenthal.

ยฉ 9Nov49; AA134613. Joseph C. Blumenthal (A); 7Jan77; R651159.

BLUMENTHAL, LEONARD VON, field-marshal in the Prussian army; distinguished in the wars with Denmark, Austria, and France; an eminent strategist; b. 1810.