And, as for the unavoidable love-interest--" Charteris paused, grinned, and pleasantly resumed: "Why, jes arter dat, suh, a hut Yankee cap'en, whar some uv our folks done shoot in de laig, wuz lef on de road fer daid--a quite notorious custom on the part of all Northern armies--un Young Miss had him fotch up ter de gret hous, un nuss im same's he one uv de fambly, un dem two jes fit un argufy scanlous un never spicion huccum dey's in love wid each othuh till de War's ovuh.
Huc'cum you heah, Ma'am?"
At the same time new forces are starting to form the new cycle, or, to speak like Goethe, the newest spiral: Hauptmann, Frenssen, Ricarda Huch, Enrica von Handel, to name only these.
La Bedoyere (Charles Huchet, Comte de) distinguished himself in several of the Napoleonic wars, in particular at Ratisbonne and Borodino.
"Yes, living in an attic in the Rue de la Huchette, at Paris."
See Holland, Lord Frank Courtship, The Fund, The Literary G Gentleman Farmer, The Gentleman's Magazine George IV Glemham Glynn, Dr. Robert Goldsmith Gordon, Lord George Gore, Dr. (Bishop of Worcester) Grantham Gray H Hall of Justice, The Hampstead Hanmer, Sir Thomas Memoir and Correspondence of Hatchard, John (publisher) Haunted House, The (Hood) Hazlitt Heart of Midlothian, The (Scott) Henry V (Shakespeare) "Hetty Sorrel" Highlanders Hoare family Hogarth Holland, Lord House with the Green Shutters, The (George Douglas) Huchon, M. (University of Nancy) Human Life (Rogers) Huntingdon, William Hutton, Rev. W.H. I Inebriety In Memoriam (Tennyson) "Isaac Ashford" J Jeffrey (Edinburgh Review) Johnson, Samuel Jordan, Mrs. (actress) K "Kailyard school" Keats Kemble, Fanny --John L Lady Barbara Lady of the Lake, The (Scott) Lamb, Charles Lamia and other Poems (Keats) Lansdowne, Third Marquis of Langborne (painter) Lay of the Last Minstrel, The (Scott) Lazy Lawrence (Edgeworth) Leadbeater, Mrs. Library, The Literary Society, The Lockhart Longmans (publisher) Lothian, Lord Lowell Lover's Journey, The Lyrical Ballads (Wordsworth) M Macaulay Maid's Story, The Manners, Lord Robert Maud (Tennyson) Memoir of Crabbe.
For battle scenes: Wouvermans and Huchtenburg.
KREIG, MILDRED V. Huck towel patterns.
Had she not her chest of linen ready for her humble house-keeping, with store of serviceable huckaback and piles of neatly folded kerchiefs, wherefrom this one that showed so white against her black face was taken, for that she knew her eyes would betray her in "the presence"?
HUCKABUCK TOWELS, $1.50 per doz.
V. By Hook or Crook.--"As in the phrase 'to get by hook or crook;' in the sense of, to get by any expedient, to stick at nothing to obtain the end; not to be over nice in obtaining your ends--By hucke o'er krooke; e.g. by bending the knees, and by bowing low, or as we now say, by bowing and scraping, by crouching and cringing.
SEE Patch, Edith M. HUCKEL, OLIVER.
Huckelberry Finn. (
Some years ago, the boiler-men negroes on Huckenfield estate were overheard by the book-keeper discoursing on this subject, (the superiority of the whites,) and various opinions were given, till the question was thus set at rest by an old African:--"When God Almighty make de world, him make two men, a nigger and a buckra; and him give dem two box, and him tell dem for make dem choice.
O. Hucker in J.K. Fairbank, Chinese Thought and Institutions, Chicago 1957.
I'll cover you--" "If they land me in the bug-house, they can write on your tombstone when you die, 'Hanna Long Burkhardt went stark raving mad crazy with hucking at home because I let her life get to be a machine from six-o'clock breakfast to eight-o'clock bed, and she went crazy from it.'
Pack up our clothing, Miss Huckins.
Hott shotts Hounslow Heath, Sword-blade manufactory at Huckle bone Huffing Hunts up Hypostacies Imbrocados (thrusts over the arm in fencing) Incontinent Iron mills It ( = its) Jacke Jiggs Julius Caesar (puppet-show of) Juvenal quoted Keepe Knight a the post Knowes me no more then the begger knowes his dish know him as well as the begger, &c. Kramis time Lacrymae Ladies Downfall Lady Mother, comedy by Glapthorne (identical with The Noble Trial, entered in Stationers' Registers in 1660) Lanch (unnecessarily altered to lance in the text) Lancheinge of the May, MS.
True to his promise, that night Partington did write a story, and it was, as he had said it should be, about "Tommy and the Huckleberry-tree"; and so amusing did it appear to the editor of that eminent juvenile periodical, Nursery Days, because of what he supposed was the author's studied ignorance on the subject of huckleberries, that it was accepted instanter, and the name of Richard Partington Smithers shortly appeared in all the glory of type.
Well, now,--said I,--suppose a good, clean, wholesome-looking countryman's cart stops opposite my door.--Do I want any huckleberries?--If I do not, there are those that do.
Perhaps our own woods and fields,--in the best wooded towns, where we need not quarrel about the huckleberries,--with the primitive swamps scattered here and there in their midst, but not prevailing over them, are the perfection of parks and groves, gardens, arbors, paths, vistas, and landscapes.
They have lately, as I hear, invented a machine for chopping up huckleberry-bushes fine, and so converting them into fuel!--bushes which, for fruit alone, are worth all the pear-trees in the country many times over. (
As soon as Ned Parker was able to get out of doors again, he was heard of in every house in the village, making himself agreeable after his own fashion,--drinking hard cider with the old farmers, praising their wives' gingerbread and spruce-beer, holding skeins for the girls, going on picnics, huckleberryings, fishing-excursions, apple-bees, riding Old Boker, his father's horse, bare-backed down the street, playing ball on the green, and frequenting singing-school with one pretty girl and another, till all Deerfield shook its head and remarked that "That 'ere Ned Parker was a master-hand for carryin' on."
In this flowery wilderness the bees rove and revel, rejoicing in the bounty of the sun, clambering eagerly through bramble and hucklebloom, ringing the myriad bells of the manzanita, now humming aloft among polleny willows and firs, now down on the ashy ground among gilias and buttercups, and anon plunging deep into snowy banks of cherry and buckthorn.
I don't know whether huckleberries grow on trees or on huckles, but that will make the tale all the more interesting.
-------------------------------------- RICHARD, 2nd Lord (1605-1679) Sir JOHN 1st Lord (created (Buried at Hucknal Torkard) Baron Byron of Rochdale, Oct. 24, 1643; at Newbury, Edgehill, Chester, &c. Viscount Chaworth Governor of Duke of York; died at Paris, 1652).
Lord Byron's body had been brought home from Greece, for burial at Hucknall Torkard, in 1824, and the cause of the epigram was a paragraph in The New Times of October 19, 1825, stating that the tub in which Byron's remains came home was exhibited by the captain of the Rodney for 2s.
Born at London, Jan. 22, 1788; died at Missolonghi, Greece, Apr. 19, 1824, and buried in parish church at Hucknell, near Newstead.
When Captain Wegg died Old Hucks, his hired man, and Hucks' blind wife Nora were the only dependents on the place, and the ancient couple had naturally remained there when Joe scorned his inheritance and ran away.
Cap'n Wegg brung the Huckses with him when he settled here.
Huckstep came into the field about 10 o'clock.
I lived in the same house with Huckstep,--a large log house, roughly finished; where we were waited upon by an old woman, whom we used to call aunt Polly.
Huckster, n. s. One who sells goods by retail, or in small quantities; a pedler.
I can fancy them sitting pale and trembling as the giant orator thus addressed the House: "She speculates in glory as a petty hucksterer does in rancid cheese; but the many who hate, and the few who despise England, cannot exult over her baseness in selling commissions in her own army.
What the character of the Americans as well as of the government, as such, has suffered of derogation abroad from this political huckstering with public offices, no one can know who was not much abroad in the years preceding our war.
Hucksters and country-folk found the tolls levied there so much lighter, that the attendance at Ramani's fell off grievously.
He felt relieved, however, when a gap opened in the crowd and he could see the actress seated in a chair that had been offered her by a huckstress.
the huckstresses cried, calling her by name to show greater intimacy.
Huius ad insulae extremitates non procul a fluuio Pyson, habetur locus mirabilis pariter et terribilis, vltra omne mundanum, pene et procul: de euentibus, ac laboribus infinitis, quae mihi meisque in tempore itinerationis acciderunt hucusque subticui, cum iam vnum de maioribus ecce narro.
+Bi-huden+, v. to hide, MD; +by-hud+, imp.
The Danes still maintained their settlement in the Isle of Thanet, and being attacked by Ealher and Huda, governors of Kent and Surrey, though defeated in the beginning of the action, they finally repulsed the assailants MN 853.,
If Justin's version were correct, whence did the Clementines get the Greek: hudati zonti k.t.l.?
19) the sufficiently near equivalent for the striking Johannean phrase Greek: ex hudatos kai pneumatos which is omitted entirely by Justin.