"Here, you Jake," cheerily called Anderson to a raw-boned, gaunt-faced fellow who wore the garb of a cowboy.
The chance for a sortie then seeming favourable, Lieutenant Anderson of the Navy headed his thirty-five merchant mates and skippers in a rush along Sault-au-Matelot Street.
It had been built by another Mr. Anderson in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, on the site where once stood the monastery of the Grey Friars; he, however, had named his mansion "The Newe House."
It was here, too, that the teetotal movement first began, with Anderson for its rhyme-smith.
He turned and found Sheriff Anderson on his horse directly behind him.
For works claimed by Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson as the widow of the deceased author SEE Andersen, Sherwood.
As he began to tell it, he forgot Sheriff Anderson at the farther end of the table.
There stood Daddy Anderson with his hands full of biscuits and bananas which he was bringing to her with Mammy's consent.
Perhaps it might keep reinforcements for Anderson from coming down the Ashley, just as the guns on the Battery were supposed to be intended to deter them from descending the Cooper.
The minute accuracy of the number of copies issued annually is a piece of startling information: the Republic is most famous for statistics, but how, without any stamp to test the accuracy of the issues, they have ascertained the units while dealing with hundreds of millions is a statistical prodigy that throws the calculating genius of a Babbage and the miraculous powers of Herr Döbler and Anderson into the shade.
There was no lover more unlike Mr. Anderson than M. Grascour.
Detroit Jim stood up and pulled Anderson beside him.
" "More than that," he continued; "the First South Carolina is one of the regiments which were lately under Anderson near Fredericksburg, and we know that Anderson's force has fallen back on Richmond.