Again and hurriedly did she prepare for his reception,--again place his chair by the fire, his slippers beside it; and stand with a beating heart and suspended breath, to await the entrance of the truant.
Bland Silver Bill; Silver remonetized.%--Against the continuance of this policy the majority of the House stood pledged.
Peace Rogues.--again,--who is't?
An hour before, James Mesurier had been peacefully engaged on the task which had been nightly with him at this hour for twenty-five years,--the writing of his diary, in a shorthand which he wrote with a neatness, almost a daintiness, that always marked his use of pen and ink, and gave to his merely commercial correspondence and his quite exquisitely kept accounts, a certain touch of the scholar,--again an air of distinction in excess of, and unaccounted for, by the nature of the interests which it dignified.
In youth by science nursed, And led by nature into a wild scene Of lofty hopes, he to the world went forth 15 A favoured Being, knowing no desire Which genius did not hallow; 'gainst the taint Of dissolute tongues, and jealousy, and hate, And scorn,--against all enemies prepared, All but neglect.
"Well, sir"--again he glanced rapidly about-"I don't want to intrude more than necessary, but a lady came in here about half an hour ago."
He did not place Venice, the superb,--with her pride and pomp and power and intellectual astuteness, with her faults and worldliness and her magnificent statesmanship,--against the spiritual kingdom of Christ's Church on earth and declare for Venice against the Church.
If, in spite of all these negatives, the English press prophesies success to the Rebels, was not the prophecy a great comfort and spur to them?--Again, this prophecy of our sure discomfiture prejudiced us before the world.
A burly Sikh was pointing to the name of General Miltiades Murger and asking for the number printed thereagainst.
As he stood there,--against the background of the primitive, many-colored landscape,--the young man might easily have attracted the attention of any one.
Though she was a good deal over thirty"--again the listener felt a thrill of unreasoning surprise--"there was something very simple and young about poor Milly."
As there was no appearance of a harbour, Cook altered his course to the north at Cape Turnagain, 40 degrees 34 minutes South, to see if he could not do better in the other direction.
Or, might not one who was really very, very"--again she seemed to search for a word and as she found it, smiled--"very small, be known all over the world?
Again, p. 61: 'The 6000 slaves which Virginia annually sends off to the south, are a source of wealth to Virginia'--Again, p. 120: 'A full equivalent being thus left in the place of the slave, this emigration becomes an advantage to the state, and does not check the black population as much as, at first view, we might imagine--because it furnishes every inducement to the master to attend to the negroes, to ENCOURAGE BREEDING, and to cause the greatest number possible to be raised. &
Early Indian Wars.%--Again and again this frontier was attacked.
It was--(again pulled back to that old feeling) under pretty terrible circumstances.
Bob White!"--again I hear That blithely whistled chorus; Why should we not companions be?
Try again, and it will grow upon you,--again and again, and you will go crazy after the white truffle.
Now when Phoebus apologized for this speech the monarch did him no harm, in fact vouchsafed him no answer at all, save a curt "Go to the devil yourself!"--Again, when Vologaesus forwarded a letter to the emperor addressed as follows: "Arsaces, King of Kings, to Flavius Vespasian, Greeting," the recipient did not rebuke him but wrote a reply couched in the same terms and added none of his imperial titles.
14.--Again, Davison makes Cyrus speak like a Christian, by omitting the affix 'of Heaven to the Lord God' in the original.
16.--Again, if according to or as to is a preposition, then is according or as a preposition also, although it does not of itself govern the objective case.
--Sonnet on death of Lafayette's dog.--Rents a house in Canal Street, New York.--One of the founders of National Academy of Design.--Tactful resolutions on organization.--First thirty members.--Morse elected first president.--Reelected every year until 1845.--Again made president in 1861.--Lectures on Art.--Popularity CHAPTER XIV JANUARY 1, 1826--DECEMBER 5, 1829 Success of his lectures, the first of the kind in the United States.-- Difficulties of his position as leader.--Still longing for a home.--Very busy but in good health.--Death of his father.--Estimates of Dr. Morse.-- Letters to his mother.--Wishes to go to Europe again.--Delivers address at first anniversary of National Academy of Design.--Professor Dana lectures on electricity.--Morse's study of the subject.--Moves to No.
Wednesday, July 19.--Again calm and pleasant.
21.--Again, by a different mode of reckoning them, the concords or the general principles of agreement, in our language, may be made to be only three or four; and some of these much less general, than they are in other languages: (1.)
August 24.--Again, a very large body of mutineers, numbering, it was said, 9,000 men, with thirteen guns, left the city on August 24.
28.--Again, the following principles of this author's punctuation are no less indicative of his false views of this matter: "RULE xiv.--Relative pronouns in the nominative or the objective case, are preceded by commas, when the clause which the relative connects , ends a sentence; as, 'Sweetness of temper is a quality, which reflects a lustre on every accomplishment'--B. Greenleaf.'
35.--Again, there are some nouns, which, though they do not lack the regular plural form, are sometimes used in a plural sense without the plural termination.
6.--Against this remark of Murray's, a good argument may be drawn from the ridiculous use which has been made of his own suggestion in the other place.
9.--Again: "While it would be absurd, to sacrifice the established practice of all good authors to the ignorance of such readers as could possibly mistake for a diphthong the two contiguous vowels in such words as preexistence, cooperate, and reenter; it would unquestionably be advantageous, to have some principle to guide us in that labyrinth of words, in which the hyphen appears to have been admitted or rejected arbitrarily, or at hap-hazard.
Would I had never Married my daughter there; for, coming thence, My son is lost; and, in my rate, she too, Who is so far from Italy removed I ne'er again shall see her.
"--Again he observes, "Myself, himself, themselves, and the rest, may, contrary to the analogy of my, him, them, be used as nominatives."
An 'twere to give again- but 'tis no matter.
I went through precisely the same scene.... Then again--again-- and even once again at varying intervals.
What he said I keep hearing again and again----" Beth laughed at the remarkable way Bedient was besieging her own studio, without appearing in person. "
Mr. Mellasys took a cigar, lighted, whiffed, looked at me, whiffed again,-- "Sir," says he, "dashed if that a'n't the best cigar I've smoked sence I quit Bayou La Farouche!"
You walk the sunny side of Fate; The wise world smiles, and calls you great; The golden fruitage of success Drops at your feet in plenteousness; And you have blessings manifold,-- Renown, and power, and friends, and gold; They build a wall between us twain Which may not be thrown down again;-- Alas!
And again:-- The pacific settlement of the conflict of 1911 gave a violent impulse to the war party in Germany, to the propaganda of the League of Defence and the Navy League, and a greater force to their demands.
It seemed a saying void and vain-- How shall a dead man rise again!-- Vain as our tears, vain as our cries.
O guide my wanderer to my arms again!"-- Her buoyant skiff intrepid ULVA guides, And seeks her Lord amid the trackless tides; Ulva, l. 407.
he continued, tenderly apostrophizing the skeleton, "do we meet thus at last again?-- 'What thought is folded in thy leaves!
I'll speak to him again.- What do you read, my lord?
CHAPTER XIII JANUARY 4, 1825--NOVEMBER 18, 1825 Success in New York.--Chosen to paint portrait of Lafayette.--Hope of a permanent home with his family.--Meets Lafayette in Washington.--Mutually attracted.--Attends President's levee.--Begins portrait of Lafayette.-- Death of his wife.--Crushed by the news.--His attachment to her.--Epitaph composed by Benjamin Silliman.--Bravely takes up his work again.-- Finishes portrait of Lafayette.--Describes it in letter of a later date.
I live; though they call it death; I am only cold--say dear again"-- But scarce could he heave a breath; The air felt dank, like a frozen fen, And he a half-conscious wraith.
I will report the truth; which thou again0 Tell to the living.
But in the afternoon he would go up again--2000 feet up above the German guns--and thought no more of it than of just a simple duty with a little sport to keep his spirits up.
The Frenchmen told him that he had no need of excuses; that they were going to leave him alone, but that they would cease to be his friends unless he gave orders to light the fires again,93* lighting his own before them; and that they should not leave him till his brother was buried.
Then recollecting himself, he darted down upon the remains of his cup: and looking up again--"A thousand pardons; but--did I hear you aright?
Its battlemented walls are like those of Cittadella and Castelfranco, but in a better state of preservation and more picturesque, running up a rocky foothill behind the town and coming down again,--a most curious effect.
And again:--"A theory of the earth, which has for object truth, can have no retrospect to that which had preceded the present order of the world; for this order alone is what we have to reason upon; and to reason without data is nothing but delusion.