But I tell you, boys, I'd rather drive the wust six-hoss team I ever got hold on down Breakneck Hill 'n the dark, than set there agin under thet woman's eyes, a blazin' one minnit, 'n fillin' with tears the next: 'n' I don't care what anybody sez; I'm a goin' to see her an' tell her that she needn't be afeard o' ever hevin to preach to me s' good s' by my name, in the meeting 'us agin, by thunder!"
"If I or we is set before a name, it the name is of the first person: as, I, N-- N--, declare; we, N-- and M-- do promise.
Mr. N--- took him into his service, and the man, at the present day, is still in the enjoyment of perfect health.
"To Charles Lloyd" (second poem) "To Clara N----" "To David Cook" "To Emma Learning Latin" "To John Lamb, Esq."
M-----, the principal minister, is however no favourite; neither is N-----, who has quitted the Austrian service, and is nominated Captain-General of the Neapolitan army.
The Milanese is a cousin of the Neapolitan minister Di M------; and the Portuguese (M. de N------) had been employed by his Government in a diplomatic capacity at Vienna.
429; Endymion Porter's pun on it, v. 137, n. 4; Lloyd a prisoner, i. 395, n. 2; Oldys a prisoner, i. 175, n. 2; Savage lodges in its liberties, i. 125, n. 4, 416, n. 1; Fleet Street, animated appearance, ii.
In about ten days afterward I received a note from a lady friend, with whom I or none of our family had had any communication for weeks, and in that note she advised us that her little daughter, the same age as our second, had sent as a Christmas gift a subscription for the 'N.---,' to be sent to our Mary's address. '
Le bateau n'---- pas.
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<pb id='013.png' n='1965h1/A/1035' /> BACKMAN, CARL E. Morally we roll along.
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