God keep you happy.--Husband dear, Remember that I failed thee not; and you, My children, that your mother loved you true.
The queer symptoms began to show themselves in my husband in October.
~A Wife Mourns for Her Husband~ The dolichos grows and covers the thorn, O'er the waste is the dragon-plant creeping.
I pray you yet- Since you lack virtue, I will lose a husband- Send for your ring, I will return it home, And give me mine again.
Madam, your Virtue, Charity and Friendship to me, has made me trespass on you for my Life's security, and beg you will protect me, and my Husband-- Points at Bellmour.
The name Of that first husband--- Enter Lucy.
If she had seen Culver Rann, if she had discovered that this scoundrel, this blackmailer and murderer, was Mortimer FitzHugh, her husband----" "Johnny!
Grandfather Arkhip, I want to ask you to have a talk with my husband----- ARKHIP.
One evening about five weeks after Henry's funeral, Mrs. Martin said to her husband,-- "It seems to me, Arthur is not well to-day.
This leads them to refer to the strange custom in the country of the Brahmin, which impels the widow to throw herself on the funeral pile, and be consumed with her husband:-- "I told him," says Atterley, "that it had often been represented as compulsory--or, in other words, that it was said that every art and means were resorted to, for the purpose of working on the mind of the woman, by her relatives, aided by the priests, who would be naturally gratified by such signal triumphs of religion over the strongest feelings of nature.
ELEANOR Alas, for my poor husband!-- We'll have a counting of our flocks to-morrow; The wolf keeps festival these stormy nights: Be calm, sweet Lady, they are wassailers The voices die away in the distance.
what, do you think to fright me with my Husband?-- I'd have you to know I'm an honest Woman, and care not this--for my Husband.
I'd like, before I go, to show you I love you in a pure, honorable way, you and your husband"---- The words choked in his throat; he stopped abruptly.
One of the lines was (I forget the rest--but she had them at twenty-four hours' notice; she is going out to India with her husband):-- "May your fame And fortune, Frances, WHITEN with your name!"
the master of a house, husband, C2, C3, G; +housebond+, PP; +hosebonde+, farmer, PP; +husband+, S, S2, S3; +husbonde+, S; +husebonde+, S.--Icel.
For what knowest thou, O wife, whether thou shalt save thy husband?"--1 Cor.,
"Because I was a fool, my lady," replied her husband--"a fool of the very highest calibre.
Such variances were, unfortunately, almost inevitable; for the family of Mrs. Wilde differed both in politics and religion from her husband,--a fact, it may here be remarked, which had no small influence on his subsequent fate,--and the narrow, bigoted exclusiveness of the wife was utterly incompatible with the free and open-hearted fellowship with which the husband received his acquaintances, of whatever sect or party.
Then, Madam--this I have told to nobody but yourself--then I found among her papers--addressed "to my dear husband"--a message, written only a few days before her death, with a hand shaken by that nerve-racking and fatal malady which she endured so patiently--begging me to marry again.
"Why, Mrs. Kinloch, the long regard I entertained for your late lamented husband,--ah, I mean my regard for you,--ah, my lonely domicil,--ah, since the decease of my--my sainted wife,--ah, and since the Scripture says it is not good for man to live alone,--ah, your charming qualities and many virtues,--not that your fortune,--ah,--I mean to say, that, though not rich, I am not grasping,--and the cottage where you lived would be a palace,--ah, for me, if not unworthy,--ah, no desire to unduly shorten the period of mourning,--ah, but life is short and uncertain"---- There was a dead silence.
demanded her husband--"always do."
Nancy had treated herself to an expensive luxury in the shape of a husband,--an idle, worthless mulatto man, who was owned as a slave in Boston.
"Come and rest thee, husband!"--And no longer Could the young man that fond call resist: Vainly was he warned, for love was stronger-- Warmly did he press her to his breast.
Your husband!--Ask not!--To the Duke-- COUNTESS.
When Hero asks Beatrice, who complains that she is sick, what she is sick for,--a hawk, a hound, or a husband,--Beatrice replies, that she is sick for--or of--that which begins them all, an ache,--an H. Indeed, much later than Shakspeare's day the word was so pronounced; for Dean Swift, in the "City Shower," has the line,-- "Old aches throb, your hollow tooth will rage."
No one would accept the offer, and ultimately Evanthe was restored to her husband.--Beaumont and Fletcher, A Wife for a Month (1624).
"Because you are my husband,--because you are wise and strong and good, and the only one who can advise me,--because I am in danger, and you can save me," she cried, looking imploringly on my frigid features.
In one of Raphael's pictures we see an unsuccessful suitor of the Virgin Mary breaking his stick, and this alludes to the legend that the several suitors of the "virgin" were each to bring an almond stick which was to be laid up in the sanctuary over night, and the owner of the stick which budded was to be accounted the suitor God ordained, and thus Joseph became her husband.--B.H. Cowper, Apocryphal Gospel ("Pseudo-Matthew's Gospel," 40, 41).
But she is at last fortunately delivered by the accidental death of her detested husband,--by drowning, of course.
She is a well-to-do widow, who marries Bumble, and reduces the pompous beadle to a hen-pecked husband.--C. Dickens, Oliver Twist, xxxvii.
Pin Money.--It has been judicially determined, that a married woman having any pin-money, (by which is understood an annual income settled by the husband, before marriage, on his intended wife, or allowed by him to her after marriage, gratuitously, for her personal and private expenditure during the existence of the marriage,) or any separate maintenance, may, by will, bequeath her savings out of such allowance, without the license or consent of her husband.--Clamey's Equitable Rights of Married Women.
Pickins (late Widow Rowens) and husband,--Deacon Soper and numerous parishioners.
You may affect not to know him, and may tell him the lady's husband is just come home--her husband!--do you take, Pillichody?"
For the father eateth his son, and the son his father, the husbande his owne wife, and the wife her husband: and that after this maner.
Think you I am no stronger than my sex, Being so father'd and so husbanded?
Written wyth a cole by your tender louing father, who in hys pore prayers forgetteth none of you all, nor your babes, nor your nources, nor your good husbandes, nor your good husbandes shrewde wyues, nor your fathers shrewde wyfe neither, nor our other frendes.
I had a gentle reprimand for this light turn on so heavy an evil--'For what was the loss of beauty to the loss of a good husband?'--Excellent creature!
Says Mrs. Veal, "I do not care if I do; but I'll warrant you this mad fellow"--meaning Mrs. Bargrave's husband--"has broke all your trinkets." "
Hester had been particularly anxious that her brother should be asked, because,--as she so often said to her husband,--he had always been her firm friend in the matter of her marriage.
In Havana, on the contrary, the American woman suddenly becomes very fond of her husband:--"he must not leave her at home alone; where does he go?
Of course, it is very trying to me to think of business so soon after the death of my dear husband"--here she pressed her handkerchief to her tearless eyes--"but I feel it to be my duty to myself and my boy."
Throughout the whole of the day, until now, she had scarce dared to turn her eyes to her future husband,--him who, in her simple and single-minded judgment, had braved prejudice to do justice to her worth; but, as the applause, which had been hitherto suppressed, broke out in loud acclamations in the square of the town-house, the color mantled brightly on her cheek, and she looked with modest pride at her companion, as if she would say in the silent appeal, that his generous choice would not go entirely without its reward.
I went through many dark days afterward, but I never could quite despair when I remembered the fatherhood and the husbandhood which were in his eyes and his voice that night The story of the next twelve months could be told in few words, so far as its external incidents are concerned.
HUSBAND.--How with young men the youthful principle is changed into that of a husband, 199.
Since such a bond ought to exist by virtue of marriage,--between her and her husband,--I was leading her towards spiritual faithlessness by such gradual steps that she scarcely could be aware of it.
I to challenge a man for a husband!--I to exert myself to quicken the delayer in his resolutions!
As this is only a little comedy, and by no means tragical, we pass over the next scene, and simply state, that Bertha, before all those neighbors, forgot everybody but her husband,--if he may be called so, --and the church had said so; that Daniel felt great remorse at what he had done; that he told Doome again that he wished the shark had finished him; that Doome didn't or wouldn't hear, for her idol was broken,--and so was Doome's heart, nearly.
Besides the "Citizen turned Gentleman," he wrote the "Careless Lovers," "Scaramouch, a Philosopher," the "Wrangling Lovers," "Edgar and Alfreda," the "English Lawyer," the "London Cuckolds," distinguished by Cibber as the grossest play that ever succeeded, "Dame Dobson," the said alteration of "Titus Andronicus," the "Canterbury Guests," and the "Italian Husband,"--in all twelve plays, not one of which has the least merit.
Or behear ye the sheep, to the husbanding rams how they bleat to the shade!