* * * * * "The Grand Jury of the County of New York by this indictment accuse Enoch Appleboy of the crime of assault in the second degree, committed as follows: "Said Enoch Appleboy, late of the Borough of Bronx, City and County aforesaid, on the 21st day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifteen, at the Borough and County aforesaid, with force and arms in and upon one Herman Tunnygate, in the peace of the State and People then and there being, feloniously did willfully and wrongfully make an assault in and upon the legs and body of him the said Herman Tunnygate, by means of a certain dangerous weapon, to wit: one dog, of the form, style and breed known as 'bull,' being of the name of 'Andrew,' then and there being within control of the said Enoch Appleboy, which said dog, being of the name of 'Andrew,' the said Enoch Appleboy did then and there feloniously, willfully and wrongfully incite, provoke, and encourage, then and there being, to bite him, the said Herman Tunnygate, by means whereof said dog 'Andrew' did then and there grievously bite the said Herman Tunnygate in and upon the legs and body of him, the said Herman Tunnygate, and the said Enoch Appleboy thus then and there feloniously did willfully and wrongfully cut, tear, lacerate and bruise, and did then and there by the means of the dog 'Andrew' aforesaid feloniously, willfully and wrongfully inflict grievous bodily harm upon the said Herman Tunnygate, against the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of the People of the State of New York and their dignity."
And the fowles of raveyne of alle the contree abouten knowen the custom of long tyme before, and comen fleenge aboyen in the eyr, as egles, gledes, ravenes and othere foules of raveyne, that eten flesche.
173), says:--'Enfin, apres un an de refus et de negociations, votre ouvrage s'imprime; c'est alors qu'il faut ou assoupir les Cerberes de la litterature ou les faire aboyer en votre faveur.'
Epilogue to "Aboyna" XIII.
On coming of age, he inherited a million sterling and an annual income of L100,000, and three years later he married the fourth Earl of Aboyne's daughter, Lady Margaret Gordon, who died in May, 1786.
The other letter was in answer to one from a certain Solomon Andrews, President of the Inventors' Institute of Perth Amboy, who was making experiments in aviation, and I shall give but a few extracts:-- "I know by experience the language of the world in regard to an untried invention.
A GENTLEMAN just returned from a tour in Western Asia sends to the Drawer the following account of a little bit of pleasantry which took place in the gala town of South Amboy:-- A young doctor, clever, rich, pure-minded, and just, but of somewhat ambigufied principles, was strenuously married to a sweet young creature, delicate as a daffodil, and altogether loveliacious.
wrathfully demanded Mrs. Tunnygate one morning about a week later as she looked across the Appleboys' lawn from her kitchen window. "
Araboyna, a Tragedy, acted at the theatre-royal, and printed in 4to 1673.
said Mrs. Wordsworth, "there is no end to those people;--boys from Birthwaite!--boys from Birthwaite!"
2 'Ataboy' company to mend and clean and press before five this afternoon.
On the stairway they met the bellboy, rubbing his head with one hand and holding a bottle of seltzer upon a tray in the other.
And the hotel is run at a loss, and the proprietor discharged me and the other girl, and the bellboys are tending the switchboard.
Fancy dropping plump in the middle of such a jumble of forest as that is yonder, and I bet you it's just cram full of snakes, jaguars and everything else that would want to snuggle up to a poor birdboy dropped out of the clouds.
The young man went in, asked for a private room, and told the waiter to send up the coachman, as he had something to say to him, and to procure a boy to hold the horse.
"A 'a'porth of blackboys," responded the child, in the confident tone of a regular customer.
THE BONDBOY, by George W. Ogden.
Compare these two passages:-- "Therefore, when she Cleopatra was sent unto by divers letters, both from Antonius himself and also from his friends, she made so light of it, and mocked Antonius so much, that she disdained to set forward otherwise, but to take her barge in the river of Cydnus; the poop whereof was of gold, the sails of purple, and the oars of silver, which kept stroke in rowing after the sound of the musick of flutes, bowboys, citherns, viols, and such other instruments as they played upon in the barge.
=The Dissatisfied Angler Boy= I'm sorry they let me go down to the brook; I'm sorry they gave me the line and the hook; And wish I had staid at home with my book!
For the boy- there is a good angel about him; but the devil outbids him too.
I didn't see no boy--" "They must have 'phoned it," said Katie sharply.
Any boy----" "Oh, yes!--I was.
"Now bring to me our blue eyed boy,-- I'd gaze upon his face once more; May he, kept from earth's alloy, Meet me on yon blissful shore."
Let the reader know Mr. Maurice, then, by remembering that he is the godfather of Tennyson's son,-- "Come, when no graver cares annoy, Godfather, come and see your boy,"-- that Charles Kingsley has a Frederic Maurice among his children,--and that Thomas Hughes has a Maurice also.
~The District Telegraph Boy.~ Hear the clatter of those feet; See him coming up the street On the trot!
Which is it, girl, of these?- Open them, boy.- But thou art deeper read and better skill'd; Come and take choice of all my library, And so beguile thy sorrow, till the heavens Reveal the damn'd contriver of this deed.
She was fond of the boy,--a deal fonder than he deserved,--for he was as mischievous a monkey as any that ever lived in a tree, with a curly tail.
Dost hear me, boy?--a black murrain on the town!"
Don't you know what a scelping is, my boy?----a good whipping."
As Oe a grandson--Irish O or Ux byre, a cowhouse--Irish boyach (boi-theach.)
Meredith Blume (W), G. Camilli & V. M. Montsinger (A), Mrs. A. Boyajain (W); 22Apr66; R384430.
and he unfolds it with the respect which we owe to holy things, and he reads it all religiously from the first article to the everlasting advertisement of Rob Boyreau Laffecteur.
All fighting had suddenly ceased, and both opposing parties were looking on, laughing like boys at play.
I recall him as a sensitive, poetical boy,--almost girlish in his delicacy of temperament,--and showing the fine esprit which has made him one of the first of our humorists.
In this country there are very large dogs, almost as big as asses, which are employed in hunting the wild beasts, especially wild oxen called Boyamini.
"Let trum -pets and tym -b~als, Let at~a --bals and cym -b~als, Let drums and let haut -boys give o -v~er; B~ut l~et fl=utes, And l~et l=utes Our pas -sions excite To gent -ler delight, And ev -ery Mars be a lov -~er."
For the conduct of the imperial hunt, there are two great officers called Ciurco, or masters of the game, who are brothers, named Boyan and Mingan, each of whom have the command of 10,000 men; those who belong to one of these divisions being clothed in red, and the others in sky blue; and they keep various kinds of dogs, such as mastiffs and others, for hunting, to the number of 5000 or more.
Even while he was still a free man, still uncondemned, an effort had been made to rob him of his wife and boy,--an effort which for a time had seemed to be successful.
It was all going to end in his--the Boy's--being hooked in for service.
=The Disobedient Skater Boys= Said William to George, "It is New-Year's day!
His activity in preventing the boy from being taken back to the shop--his anxiety to promote a subscription for the boy,--and, lastly, his threat of personal violence if I interfered in the matter, by continuing to question the child,--all these circumstances confirm me in the opinion.
I expect I ought to've written sometime, or one of the boys--" "Oh no; that was all right."
Oliver is but a boy,"--and Betty's lips curved in scorn over her brother's four years' seniority,--"and--and--oh!
The money is nothing, but the girls and boys----’ ‘It seems strange to me,’ said Hyacinth, ‘that when you think that way you should go on belonging to your Church.’
Here the teacher drew near and spoke to the boys:-- Teach.
~Ring from the Rim of the Glass, Boys.~ Ring from the rim of the glass, boys, Ripples of tinkling tones; Drink to the heyday of youth, boys, Mindless of after-moans.