He also intimates that canned salmon is now free of control, and that chocolates and other sweetmeats will be freed on July 1."--Daily Paper.
But some, accenting "ago" on the latter syllable, and "Either" on the former, will call "ago now" a bacchy, and "Either slept" an amphimac: because they make them such by their manner of reading.--G. B. "Edgar A. Poe, the author, died at Baltimore on Sunday" the 7th.--Daily Evening Traveller, Boston Oct. 9, 1849.
Each list contained 19,802 pages of three columns per page, and each column contained between 80 and 90 names of dead, wounded, and missing officers and men--a total of nearly 6,000,000."--Daily Sketch.
We shall probably sing those typical English ballads 'Auld Lang Syne' and 'Will ye no come back again?'"--Daily Paper.
It is a truthfully written account of native life in one of those 55,000 villages which dot the great district--a tract much larger than the British Isles--the daily existence of whose peaceful, and not altogether unhappy, population it is intended to illustrate; and it can be dipped into, or read through, with equal satisfaction and advantage,--Daily Telegraph (London).
A button was pressed, and, presto!"--Daily Paper.
It has been sought to attain this end by the daily administration of the salts of quinine, of the salicylates, and of the tincture of eucalyptus, each and every one tried in turn.
* * * * * From an article on the Royal Lineage:-- "After the extinction of the Billing Family...."--Daily Telegraph.
Away thither, and not to the Railway Hotel, they trundle in a fly--leaving Mark Armsworth all but angry because they will not sleep, as well as breakfast, lunch, and dine with him daily,--and settle in the good old inn, with its three white gables overhanging the pavement, and its long lattice window buried deep beneath them, like--so Stangrave says--to a shrewd kindly eye under a bland white forehead.
Despite the vigilance, the ramparts, the fetters, and the logs, they escape hourly and daily;--at what risk is manifest from the regulations, by which three cannon shots always announce the disappearance of a convict, serving to warn the peasants, and call them to earn the handsome reward given to whoever arrests one of the branded fugitives.
He then proceeds to consider what is to be called abuse: as, for instance, smoking more than one or two cigars or pipes daily,--smoking too early in the day or too early in life,--and in general, the use of tobacco by those with whom it does not agree,--which rather reminds one of the early temperance pledges, which bound a man to drink no more rum than he found to be good for him.
He worked twelve hours a day, and yet produced on an average only two printed pages daily,--so careful was he in verifying his facts and in arranging his materials, writing and rewriting until no further improvement could be made.
If the blood of one man unjustly shed, calls loudly for vengeance; how strong must be the cry of that of so many unhappy creatures which is shedding daily?"--The good bishop concluded his speech, with imploring the King's clemency for subjects so unjustly oppressed; and bravely declared, that heaven would one day call him to an account, for the numberless acts of cruelty which he might have prevented.
* * * * * "OUR SWEEP IN THE HOLY LAND."--Daily News.
Could the inanimate past testify, what a fluttering of fools' caps in that parlor--"Daily Bees," and "Weekly Couriers," by the year-full!
Religion,--Statistics of Denominations,--Morality,--Reverence for the Lord's Day,--Marriage,--Conjugal faithfulness,--Concubinage decreasing,--Temperance,--Profane Language rare,--Statistics of the Bible Society,--Missionary Associations,--Temperance Societies,--Friendly Societies,--Daily Meal Society,--Distressed Females' Friend Society,--Education,--Annual Examination of the Parochial School,--Infant Schools in the Country,--Examination at Parham,--at Willoughby Bay,--Mr.
There is, unquestionably, much unhappiness in families where polygamy prevails,--daily bickering, jealousies, and heart-burnings,--but it is carefully concealed from the knowledge of the public.
STATE CONTROL ENDS, BUT SUPPLY STILL SCARCE."--Daily Chronicle.
* * * * * From the report of a breach of promise case:-- "The engagement came about through a chance meeting in Richmond Park in the summer of 117."--Daily Herald.
Dead long since, but not resting; daily doing motions in that Westminster region still,--daily from Vauxhall to Blackfriars, and back again; and cannot get away at all!