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That was a great day for the boys; but, before the close of it, Ford Foster had told his friends the news that Joe Hart and his brother Fuz had been invited to visit with him.

The clouds in his mind did not clear away perceptibly even when, just after supper, a note came in from Mrs. Kinzer, inviting the Hart boys to join the yachting-party next morning.

" "Does she know the clerk of the weather?" asked Joe Hart.

" They were now coasting along the island, at no great distance; and, although it was not nearly noon, Dabney heard Joe Hart say to his brother, "Never was so hungry in all my life.

" The Hart boys had a feeling, at that moment, that somehow or other Dab knew why they were so anxious to go on board; and they were right enough, for he was saying to himself, "They can wait.

At least, something to that effect was remarked by Joe Hart and Fuz, more than a dozen times apiece, while "The Swallow" was threading the crooked inlet, and making her way to the landing.

Those Hart boys'll die if they're not fed pretty soon.

"Come on, Mr. Kinzer," shouted Joe Hart.

As for the Hart boys, Mrs. Foster had invited them to come into the parlor and talk with her until dinner should be ready.

That was all that was necessary to restore harmony at the table, but Dab's plan for "punishing the Hart boys" was a complete failure.

It made a first-class excitement for a place of that size; but none of the inhabitants took a deeper interest in the matter than did Ford and Frank and the two Hart boys.

Bracing strongly back, with the reins wound around his tough hands, and with a look in his face that should have given courage even to the Hart boys, Dab strained at his task as bravely as when he had stood at the tiller of "The Swallow" in the storm.

" Mrs. Kinzer and her daughters were already the centre of a talkative crowd of young people; and Ford Foster and Frank Harley, with Joe and Fuz Hart, were asking what had become of Dab, for the train was in sight.

Ford and Frank were facing Dabney and Dick on the right; and the two Hart boys were facing each other on the left, each with a whole seat to himself.

The whylst thou, tyrant Love, doest laugh and scorne At their complaints, making their paine thy play; 135 Whylest they lye languishing like thrals forlorne, The whyles thou doest triumph in their decay; And otherwhyles, their dying to delay, Thou doest emmarble the proud hart of her Whose love before their life they doe prefer.

To me thy vassall, whose yet bleeding hart With thousand wounds thou mangled hast so sore, That whole remaines scarse any little part; Yet to augment the anguish of my smart, 145 Thou hast enfrosen her disdainefull brest, That no one drop of pitie there doth rest.

The gnawing envie, the hart-fretting feare, The vaine surmizes, the distrustfull showes, 260

That both to thee, to whom I meane it most, And eke to her whose faire immortall beame Hath darted fyre into my feeble ghost, That now it wasted is with woes extreame, 25 It may so please, that she at length will streame Some deaw of grace into my withered hart, After long sorrow and consuming smart.

70 Hath white and red in it such wondrous powre, That it can pierce through th'eyes unto the hart, And therein stirre such rage and restlesse stowre*, As nought but death can stint his dolours smart?

That she whose conquering beauty doth captรญve 275 My trembling hart in her eternall chaine, One drop of grace at length will to me give, That I her bounden thrall by her may live, And this same life, which first fro me she reaved, May owe to her, of whom I it receaved.

O huge and most unspeakeable impression 155 Of Loves deep wound, that pierst the piteous hart Of that deare Lord with so entyre affection, And, sharply launcing every inner part, Dolours of death into his soule did dart, Doing him die that never it deserved, 160 To free his foes, that from his heast* had swerved!

What hart can feel least touch of so sore launch, Or thought can think the depth of so deare wound?

245 Then let thy flinty hart, that feeles no paine, Empierced be with pittifull remorse, And let thy bowels bleede in every vaine, At sight of his most sacred heavenly corse, So torne and mangled with malicious forse; 250 And let thy soule, whose sins his sorrows wrought, Melt into teares, and grone in grieved thought.

With all thy hart, with all thy soule and mind, 260 Thou must him love, and his beheasts embrace; All other loves, with which the world doth blind Weake fancies, and stirre up affections base, Thou must renounce and utterly displace, And give thy self unto him full and free, 265 That full and freely gave himselfe to thee.

As Diane hunted on a day, She chaunst to come where Cupid lay, His quiver by his head: One of his shafts she stole away, And one of hers did close convay, Into the others stead: With that Love wounded my Loves hart, But Diane, beasts with Cupids dart.

"Think now," quoth she, "my son, how great the smart 35 Of those whom thou dost wound: Full many thou hast pricked to the hart, That pitty never found.

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The only injustice we can discover in this case is, that the head of Hart Hall, as Hertford College was called, seemed to have been influenced in pronouncing his sentence of expulsion by certain previous suspicions, having no bearing on the question before him, which had been entertained by another set of tutorsthose of Christchurchwhere Selwyn had many friends, and where, probably enough, he indulged in many collegian's freaks.

Captain Hart, who had been examining the country with the same purpose in view as Bonney's, stated that it would be impossible to take cattle through and turned back with his own to follow the old route round the Murray bend.

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In his Thirty Years' View, Thomas Hart Benton gives a graphic description of the famous duel between Henry Clay and John Randolph, of Roanoke (April 8, 1826).

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" The vessel then proceeded to Honduras, where it took on a cargo of bananas, and returned, under orders, to Philadelphia, the home city of its owner, Mr. John D. Hart.

Arrests were made soon after the arrival, including Hart, the owner of the vessel, O'Brien, and his mate, and General Emilio Nuรฑez who accompanied the expedition as the representative of the junta.

Credit for the numerous successful expeditions that followed lies in differing degrees with Nuรฑez, Palma, Rubens, O'Brien, Hart, Cartaya, and others less well known in connection with the enterprises.

Arrests were made as a result of the expedition, and the owner of the ship, Mr. John D. Hart, was convicted and sentenced to sixteen months in the penitentiary.

Guane, 101 Guantanamo, 91, 115 Guines, 90 H Haiti, 9, 10, 144 Harbors, 44 Hart, John D., 191, 197 Hatuey, 8 et seq.

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BENTON, THOMAS HART.

Thomas Hart Benton (A); 23Oct64; R347036. BERDESHEVSKY, NINA MELVILLE.

Bronc twister, by Hart Thorne, pseud.

HART-DAVIS, RUPERT, executor of the Estate of Hugh Walpole.

<pb id='098.png' /> HART-LYON, JULIA.

Julia Hart-Lyon (A); 18Jan65; R353931.

Hart Crane; the life of an American poet.

Samuel Loveman (E); 13May65; R361249. HORTON, PHILIP, ESTATE OF. Hart Crane.

SEE Hart-Lyon, Julia.

The Hart Supply Company catalog, 10.

By Scott Hart.

Scott Hart (A); 31Aug76; R640886.

By Albert G. Hart.

Albert G. Hart (A); 27Dec76; R652997. R652998.

By Albert G. Hart.

Albert G. Hart (A); 27Dec76; R652998.

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One need only name General Hart, of the Irish Brigade; General French, who relieved Kimberley, and who is now (1914)

In this case it should have been called a buck, and not a hart.

" "Yes; with the estate," said Mr. Samuel Hart, coming up and joining them.

" "The most hinfernal swindler I ever 'eard tell of!" said Hart.

He could not enter the clubs, and elsewhere Samuel Hart would be ever at his heels.

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(2) Della Bess Hilyard ("Aunt Bess") Della Bess Hilyard, or "Aunt Bess" as she is better known, was born in Darlington, South Carolina in 1858, the daughter of Resier and Zilphy Hart, slaves of Gus Hiwards.

After slavery the Hart family moved to Georgia where Della grew into womanhood and at an early age married Caleb Bess by whom she had two children.

"The fly from the White Hart," he answers, trying to laugh, but looking confused and angry.

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