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65 example sentences with haughton

Nevertheless, our joint productions excited very little attention, and the only published notice of them which I can remember was by Professor Haughton, of Dublin, whose verdict was that all that was new in them was false, and what was true was old.

"Such as paying tythes, ha! doctor," cried Mr. Haughton, a gentleman of landed property in the neighborhood, of plain exterior, but great goodness of heart, and between whom and the rector subsisted the most cordial good will.

The party assembled around the hospitable board of the baronet was composed, besides the before-mentioned persons, of the wife of Mr. Haughton, a woman of much good sense and modesty of deportment: their daughter, a young lady conspicuous for nothing but good nature; and the wife and son of the rectorthe latter but lately admitted to holy orders himself.

"Pray, Mr. Francis, when do you preach for us?" asked Mr. Haughton; "I'm very anxious to hear you hold forth from the pulpit, where I have so often heard your father with pleasure: I doubt not you will prove orthodox, or you will be the only man, I believe, in the congregation, the rector has left in ignorance of the theory of our religion, at least."

"Any prospects of a living soon?" continued Mr. Haughton, helping himself bountifully to a piece of plum pudding as he spoke.

Emily had returned, and she brought the bride and groom with her; when one evening as they were pleasantly seated at their various amusements, with the ease of old acquaintances, Mr. Haughton entered.

"Do you disapprove of dancing, ma'am?" said Mr. Haughton, who held her opinions in great respect as well as a little dread.

"I am glad you think so, doctor," cried the delighted Mr. Haughton; I was afraid I recollected your advising your son never to dance nor to play at games of chance.

"I like a game of whist, doctor, greatly," said Mr. Haughton; "but observing that you never play, and recollecting your advice to Mr. Francis, I have forbidden cards when you are my guest."

" "Scandal!" echoed Mr. Haughton.

"I did hope to have the pleasure of your company, doctor, said Mr. Haughton, hesitatingly.

And if it will give you pleasure," cried the rector, "you shall have it with all my heart, good sir; it would be a greater evil to wound the feelings of such a neighbor as Mr. Haughton, than to show my face once at a ball," and rising, he laid his hand on the shoulder of the other kindly.

Mr. Haughton, who had at first been a little staggered with the attack of the doctor, recovered himself, and laying a handful of notes on the table, hoped he should have the pleasure of seeing every body.

The bright eyes of Emily Moseley unconsciously wandered round the brilliant assemblage at Mr. Haughton's, as she took her seat, in search of her partner.

Mr. Haughton and his numerous friends poured in on the young couple with their congratulations, and a few weeks stole by insensibly, previously to the commencement of the journeys of Sir Edward and his sonthe one to Benfield Lodge and the other to St. James's Square.

exclaimed Mr. Haughton, casting his eyes unconsciously on Emily, "my Lord Chatterton married!

"Lady Harriet Denbigh?" echoed Mr. Haughton; "what!

"Sir Edward!" cried Mr. Haughton, with a laugh, "Baronets are likely to be plenty.

"Captain Jarvis!" exclaimed five or six at once; "explain yourself, Mr. Haughton."

"You don't know the worst of it," replied Mr. Haughton.

"No! my lady!" continued Mr. Haughton, with a smile.

"Yes," said Mr. Haughton, "it is now the property of the earl, who says he has bought it for his sister.

Mrs. Wilson found time the ensuing day to ascertain before they left the hall, the truth of the tale related by Mr. Haughton.

The good-natured Mr. Haughton was always a welcome guest at the hall, and met, soon after their return, the collected family of the baronet, at a dinner given by the latter to his children and one or two of his most intimate neighbors "My Lady Pendennyss," cried Mr. Haughton, in the course of the afternoon, "I have news from the earl, which I know it will do your heart good to hear."

The good-natured Mr. Haughton was always a welcome guest at the hall, and met, soon after their return, the collected family of the baronet, at a dinner given by the latter to his children and one or two of his most intimate neighbors "My Lady Pendennyss," cried Mr. Haughton, in the course of the afternoon, "I have news from the earl, which I know it will do your heart good to hear."

Emily smiled at the prospect of hearing in any manner of her husband, although she internally questioned the probability of Mr. Haughton's knowing anything of his movements, of which her daily letters did not apprise her.

"Not at all," rejoined Mr. Haughton; "the former sobbed, and said she had only married him for his bravery and red coat, and the lady exclaimed against the destruction of his budding honors."

"And what kind of ones might they have been, Haughton?" said Sir Edward, drily.

"Captain Jarvis, it seems, liked it as a preservative against danger," continued Mr. Haughton; "to avoid ridicule in his new neighborhood, he has consented to his father's wishes, and turned merchant in the city again.

" "Ask Emily's cook, and Mr. Haughton's appetite," said John, coolly extending his hand towards her for the flint"whether no one is gratified but myself.

"My lord," said Mr. Haughton to the earl, "Mrs. Ives and myself have had a contest about the comforts of matrimony; she insists she may be quite as happy at Bolton Parsonage as in this noble castle, and with this rich prospect in view."

" "Doubtless," cried Mr. Haughton, "under the circumstances, I would not wish to change even with your lordshipunless, indeed," he continued, with a smile and bow to the countess, "it were the temptation of your lovely wife."

"You are quite polite," said Emily laughing, "but I have no desire to deprive Mrs. Haughton of a companion she has made out so well with these twenty years past."

Patient Grissel, by Thomas Dekker, Henry Chettle, and William Haughton, December 1599.

The Arcadian Virgin, by Henry Chettle and William Haughton.

The Seven Wise Masters, by Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker, William Haughton, and John Day, March 1599-1600.

So Pisaro in Haughton's "Englishmen for my Money," says of his three daughters "Well, I shall find a tune to meet with them.

He died at little Haughton in Northamptonshire, and was buried in an isle adjoining to the church in that place, on the 17th of March, 1634.

It is dedicated to John lord Haughton.

A widow lady, of the name of Haughton, came to live in the little cottage near us when I was fifteen years old.

Mrs. Haughton and her sons were frequent guests at our house; and we, too, spent many pleasant hours in the vine-covered porch of the cottage.

I had few companions, and John and William Haughton were very welcome to me.

It was now I learned for the first time that John Haughton loved me.

"What can Mrs. Haughton desire from a base fortune-hunter with whom she is unhappily connected by marriage, but a humility that does not presume on the relationship?"

92-3) we learn that in 1599 Haughton and Day wrote a tragedy on the subject,"the Tragedy of Thomas Merrye."

It is dedicated to John, Lord Haughton, as protestant play inscribed to a protestant patron.

"Among the Upper Sarawak Dyaks divorce is very frequent, owing to the great extent of adultery," says Haughton (Roth, I., 126); and St. John remarks: "One can scarcely meet with a middle-aged Dayak who has not had two, and often three or more wives.

Samuel Haughton (b. Carlow 1821, d. 1897), F.R.S., after earning a considerable reputation as a mathematician and a geologist, and taking Anglican orders, determined to study medicine and entered the school of that subject in Trinity College.

From the scientific point of view he made a valuable collection of miocene fossils from Greenland, and enabled Haughton to prepare the geological map and memoir of the Parry Archipelago.

Yet another play known to us solely from Henslowe's accounts is the Arcadian Virgin, on which Chettle and Haughton were at work for the Admiral's men in December, 1599, and for which they received sums amounting in all to fifteen shillings.

But Airline had no answer for Sweeney in the fourth and Haughton pulled away.

By painting works such as this self-portrait, Haughton aims to redress the imbalance in western art, which has usually depicted black people as anonymous or as stereotypes.

Carter Ebarb and Christian Ontervious has scored goals for Haughton.

Clayton Homer Mann, 86, a longtime resident of Haughton, LA, passed from this life to his heavenly home on June 21, 2020 in his home surrounded by his loving family.

Contributing editor Dick Friedman's book, "The Coach Who Strangled the Bulldog: How Harvard's Percy Haughton Beat Yale and Reinvented Football," has recently been issued in paperback by Lyons Press.

Haughton fell to Natchitoches Central 48-36 in a game that was moved from the Natchitoches Central gym to Northwestern State’s Prather Coliseum at the half because of an invasion of more than 50 bats, according to Haughton assistant Michael Marston.

Haughton fell to Natchitoches Central 48-36 in a game that was moved from the Natchitoches Central gym to Northwestern State’s Prather Coliseum at the half because of an invasion of more than 50 bats, according to Haughton assistant Michael Marston.

In seventh-grade games, Greenacres topped Haughton 28-18 and Cope dropped Rusheon and Elm Grove defeated Benton.

Kelly, then 27, wed Aaliyah Dana Haughton, then 15, at a suburban Chicago hotel.

One day Haughton stopped me as I headed for practice.

Scheduled a public hearing on March 4 to consider adoption of an ordinance creating the Haughton Metropolitan Planning Commission.

The Airline and Haughton boys teams also could have fared well in the playoffs.

The Haughton Buccaneers extended their winning streak to five with a 31-6 victory over the Natchitoches Central Chiefs Friday night at Northwestern State’s Turpin Stadium.

The NWS said the tornado completely destroyed two homes on Davis Road near Haughton, killing two people in one home and injuring another person in the other home.

This includes highly visible deployment of advanced field communications to support the SETI Institute and Mars Institute-lead NASA Haughton-Mars Project (HMP) on Devon Island in the High Arctic (http://marsonearth.