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What evil destiny had brought Sandy Bruce in the character of school visitor that day?--Sandy Bruce, retired school-teacher himself, superintendent of the hospital in Charlottetown, road-master, ship-owner, exciseman,--Sandy Bruce, whose sharp and unexpected questions had been known to floor the best of scholars and upset the plans of the best of teachers.
Somebody nursed the figure, too--he is sure of that--bringing it water, medicines, food, and leeches for its aching temples; smoothing its pillow and arranging its bed-clothes, in those endless nights, so much longer, yet scarce more dismal than the days,--somebody, whose voice he never heard, whose face he never saw, yet in whose slow, cautious tread there seemed a familiar sound.
The new-made friends moved briskly off, followed by Baptiste and a short, square, old negro, very black and grotesque, who had introduced himself to the mulatto, with many glittering and cavernous smiles, as "d'body-sarvant of d'Rev'n' Mr. Jones."
Hebrew: ddy ("aegrotavit"), or Hebrew: dud or "amare."
H. Potts is tolerable, Deady is sufferable, Gubbins is bearable, and Clutterbuck is endurable, but Ho-- BELVIL Hush, Jack, don't betray yourself.
Death!--nobody minds just death.
The explanation of this nobody knew or could divine; but the fact was indisputable, and the farmers were in dismay,--nobody more so than Farmer Weitbreck, who had miles of bottom-lands, in grain of one sort and another, all yellow and nodding, and ready for the sickle, and nobody but himself and his son John to swing scythe, sickle, or flail on the place.
Lost, indeed!--I've lost all my jewels, and up to now nobody"--here she flashed a wrathful glance at the hotel manager and the two detectives--"nobody has made a single suggestion about finding them!"
The hearts That spaniel'd me at heels, to whom I gave Their wishes, do discandy, melt their sweets On blossoming Caesar; and this pine is bark'd That overtopp'd them all.
Thus the wildest visions of poetry, the unsubstantial forms of painting, and the mysterious harmonies of music, that seem to disembody the spirit, and make us creatures of the air,--even these, unreal as they are, may all have their foundation in immutable truth; and we may moreover know of this truth by its own evidence.
Feeling assured that your lordship will give that attention to this letter which the subject demands, and with earnest prayer that this colony, now blest with liberty, may exhibit increasing prosperity, we are, my lord, your most obedient servants, Signed by THOMAS BURCHELL WILLIAM KNIBB THOMAS ABBOTT WALTER DENDY JOHN CLARK B.B. DEXTER SAMUEL OUGHTON J. HUTCHINS Baptist Missionaries, North Side Union.
In short the great reason of Robert Burns's success was that he did not possess that education the possession of which proves him to be no prodigy, though the review begins by calling him one, and coupling him with Stephen Duck and Thomas Dermody.
ptie par Vincent D'Indy.
The Celtic name of the fortress was Dinguardi, or Dinguvardy; and tradition has it that this was Sir Lancelot's castle of Joyeuse Garde, where he had often feasted the Knights of the Round Table, and where he, at last, came home to die.
the people of Dipsody, ruled over by King Anarchus, and subjugated by Prince Pantag'ruel (bk.
DIP'SODY, the country of the Dipsodes (2 syl), q.v.
Yet not as I do,--nobody can do that.
When we had crossed Djedy We passed the wide plain, and we spent the night At Rous-et-toual, near the gleaming sands.
Dody 'd like to keep it, mayhap.
Very soon, however, there was no doubt left as to what would be the result of the motion, and as neither John nor Doddy, the only other person I saw, had a hope that any fresh resignation would be accepted, we had the painful prospect of the destruction of the Ministry by his means.... But the surprise was great as the relief when we found that not one man had the slightest difficulty in making up his mind, ... and that one and all felt it a paramount duty "not to shrink from the toils and responsibilities of office." ...
Mr. Doody is a middle-aged gentleman, is a pretty good preacher, has considerable zeal in him, and fires up more energetically than his predecessor.
This little woman's name was Doome;--nobody knew why she was called Doome, but everybody called her Doome, all over the little town.
'--The Society around Strawberry Hill.--Anne Seymour Conway.--A Man who never Doubted.--Lady Sophia Fermer's Marriage.--Horace in Favour.--Anecdote of Sir William Stanhope.--A Paper House.--Walpole's Habits.--Why did he not Marry?-- 'Dowagers as Plenty as Flounders.
There is Dorindy (Dorinda) Mudge, who was employed there by Eve and Grace one day; she tells me she tried all she could to get them to talk, by speaking of the most common things; things that one of my children knew all about; such as the affairs of the neighbourhood, and how people are getting on; and, though they would listen a little, and that is something, I admit, not a syllable could she get in the way of answer, or remark.
Apart from the bay, which is one of the most beautiful on the coast, boarding-house Weymouth is more like Bloomsbury than anywhere else on earth, and a very pleasant, mellow, comfortable old Bloomsbury, reminiscent of good solid comfortable times, even if they were rather dowdy and dull.
Sing, Syren, sing And swell me with revenge sweet as the straines Falls from the Thrasian lyre; charme each sence With musick of Revenge, let Innocence In softest tunes like the expiring Swann Dy singing her owne Epitaph.
The Chairman was the Marquis of Drumgaldy, but his rank had apparently not shielded him from the violence of expletives such as "Liar!" "
M. and I have driven at our out-door work like a pair of steam-engines, and you can imagine how dignified I am from the fact that an old fuddy-duddy who does occasional jobs for me, summons me to my window by a "Hullo!"
Old man Duendy. (
A moment later Dunwody saw pass before the door a figure which he recognized, a face which called the blood to his own face.
Hearing no objection, he continued, in a manner that instantly attracted unusual attention: "It is my unpleasant duty"--Peabody and Stevens exchanged glances--"to place a matter before this body that to me, as a member of this honorable body, is not only distasteful, but deeply to be regretted.
His name is Drinkwater, but from the appearance of his face I should judge it might be Drinkbrandy.
Among the number were Judge Dundy, Colonel Watson B. Smith, and U.S. District Attorney Neville.
My grand -mamma has said,-- Poor old La -dy!
Ebberybody say 'e marriage is as good as ole Masser and Missusses.
Dat's wot eberybody thought, an' to tell you de truf, Miss Annie, I thought so too.
Edy Schmidiger (E); 17Nov
I wish you'd talk English, Jot Eddy!"
An' now zey--zey--what you call eet?--toady to Engalande.
Eferybody iss crazy aboud id, unt crown Herr Gabert mit flowers.
"An' dar's good ole Aun' Patty, who knows more Scripter dan ennybuddy h'yar, havin' been teached by de little gals from Kunnel Jasper's an' by dere mudders afore 'em.
Descendants were called upon to embody the great conceptions of their forefathers.
It announced itself as something "West-Endy," yet it was like nothing (I imagine) even in the remote Orient.
Ah tell that drivah yestaday Ah already got a gret abundance to mek evabody comf'table, an' a little bit oveh, but he jes' sais, 'Oh, tha's all raght,' an' so fothe, an' he still is a-bringin' it.
Cimarosa, Domenico Clementi, Muzio Cleopatra Closset, Doctor Colbran, Isabella Copperfield, David Cordelia Corelli, Marie Corey, Giles Cornaro, Cardinal Cornelius, Peter von Coronis, nymph Cotes, Ambrosio de Coucy, Chatelain Regnault de Couwenhoven, Adrien Coxe, Dr. William Cristofori, B. Croes, H.J. de Crowest, F.W. Cummings, W.H. Cupid Custine, Countess de Cuzzoni, Francesca Dante Daphne David David, Leah Delmotte Delorme, Marian Desmarets, Henri Despres, Josquin Devrient, Wilhelmine Schroeder Dickens, Charles Diderot, Denis Diehl, Alice Mangold Dies, Albert K. Droszdick, Baron von Dubufe, Edward Dubufe, Guillaume "Duchess," The Dudevant, Aurore (see Sand, George) Du Maurier, George Dunciad Eck, Francis Egeria, nymph "Eliot, George" Erard, The family Erdoedy, Countess Marie Ertmann, Baroness Espinosa, Juana de Esterhazy, Prince Esterhazy, Carolina Estrades, Abbe d' Farinelli (properly Carlo Broschi) Faustina (see Hasse) Fechner, Clementine Ferdinand VII.
Nobody would think, perhaps, at first, that the striped scarlet and white petticoat under the tucked-up train, or the common print apron of dark blue, figured with innumerable little white stars, meant anything beyond the ordinary adjuncts of a traditional old woman's dress; but when, in the second scene, the bonnet went on,--an ancient marvel of exasperated front and crown, pitched over the forehead like an enormous helmet, and decorated, upon the side next the audience, with black and white eagle plumes springing straight up from the fastening of an American shield; above all, when the dog himself appeared, "dressed in his clothes" (a cane, an all-round white collar and a natty little tie, a pair of three-dollar tasseled kid gloves dangling from his left paw, and a small monitor hat with a big spread--eagle stuck above the brim,--the remaining details of costume being of no consequence),--when he stood "reading the news" from a huge bulletin,--"LATEST BY CABLE FROM EUROPE,"--nobody could mistake the personification of Old and Young America.