Well for once I will not greatly stand out, yet in hope, That what att our fyrst meetinge you'l not grant You'l not denye at partinge; reatch thy pale.
He had heard of my arrest, and both Saveluetch and Marya had assured him of my complete innocence.
For if longe lyfe contentment bredes, In that the poore the ritche exceedes; The ritch man's dayes are short, as spent In pleasures and supposed content; Whylst to us poore men care and troble Makes every hower wee wast seeme duble.
Aw wish aw wur fur enough off, eawt o'th road, For o' weavin' this rubbitch aw'm getten reet sto'd; Aw've nowt i' this world to lie deawn on but straw, For aw've nobbut eight shillin' this fortnit to draw.
Now it is scarcely possible to convey the extraordinary disgust which the sight of these human slugs bred in me; nor, could I, do I think I would; for were I successful, then would others be like to retch even as I did, the spasm coming on without premonition, and born of very horror.
or two a piece as Master Morris Treasurer or Mr. Dean shall appoint whom I request to be the Overseer of this Appendix and give him for his pains Atlas Geografer and Ortelius Theatrum Mond' I give to John Fell the Dean's Son Student my Mathematical Instruments except my two Crosse Staves which I give to my Lord of Donnol if he be then of the House To Thomas Iles Doctor Iles his Son Student Saluntch on Paurrhelia and Lucian's Works in 4 Tomes If any books be left let my Executors dispose of them with all such Books as are written with my own hands and half my Melancholy Copy for Crips hath the other half To Mr. Jones Chaplin and Chanter my Surveying Books and Instruments To the Servants of the House Forty Shillings ROB.
SEE Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. SAVITCH, CONSTANTIN, joint author.
Do you remember Paulus Scevanovitch, who was concerned in that attempt to defraud the Parisian jewellers, Maurel and Company, two years ago?"
Scrat, for scratch.
Folks gone scottch crazy over money, money!
Who list the Romane greatnes forth to figure, Him needeth not to seeke for usage right Of line, or lead, or rule, or squaire, to measure Her length, her breadth, her deepnes, or her hight; But him behooves to vew in compasse round All that the ocean graspes in his long armes; Be it where the yerely starre doth scortch the ground, Or where colde Boreas blowes his bitter stormes.
No one would say that a Chinese idol covered with gold and precious stones was overdressed, but it would be out of place in a Scotch kirk; the minister would be thrown into the shade and the congregation would look at the idol.
--Scotch royals--McKenzie--Climate of the United States--Foreign coins and natural history--Antique fort in Adams County, Ohio--Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries--Statistics of lands purchased from the Indians--Sun's eclipse--Government payments.
Cucumbers, to pickle ----another Way ----to make Mange of ----to make pickle for ----to stew ----to fry for Mutton Sauce ----Soop to make Curranberries, to pickle ----to preserve in Bunches + ----to preserve whole ----to make Jelly of Custard Almond ----Sagoo ----Scotch, to eat hot Cyder, to make D Damsins to preserve ----do.
Tis probable the Roaring of Lions, the Warbling of Cats and Scritch-Owls, together with a Mixture of the Howling of Dogs, judiciously imitated and compounded, might go a great way in this Invention.
The Russians lost the destroyer Novik of 1,260 tons, largest in the navy, and the gunboats Sivutch and Koriets, of 875 tons displacement.
ALEXEEF, CONSTANTIN SERGEIVITCH SEE Alekseef, Konstantin Sergeevitch.
ALEXEEF, CONSTANTIN SERGEIVITCH SEE Alekseef, Konstantin Sergeevitch.
* * * * * ALEXANDER SERGEYEVITCH PUSHKIN The Captain's Daughter Alexander Sergeyevitch Pushkin was born at Moscow on June 7, 1799.
* * * * * IVAN TURGENEV Fathers and Sons Among the great critics and great artists of every period, Ivan Sergeyvitch Turgenev occupies a supreme position.
I axed master, if soe bee he knowed sitch a man as one Captain Tomlinson?
DENTON Shoreditch, Dec. 11.
He wrote the prettiest set of verses--To Drusilla in June--just dashed them off while he was watching her sketch Cooper's Bluff from the southwest----" "He is really quite wonderful," added Drusilla, sincerely, "and so generous and helpful when my drawing becomes weak and wobbly----" "Mr. Yates shows Drusilla how to hold her pencil," said Flavilla, becoming warmly earnest in her appreciation of this self-sacrificing young man. "
He had made nearly four miles on his solitary homeward way, when, passing under a ledge of rock which bears the name of the Cat's Skaitch, he saw the same figure in the short cloak standing within some thirty or forty yards of him--the thin curtain of mist, through which the moonlight touched it, giving to it an airy and unsubstantial character.
"--Sketch of Columbus. "
The latter had, apparently, considerably upset my host, who, throughout the meal, kept continually rising and walking to the open window and back again, in an evidently uneasy state of mind; so much so that I was about to propose an adjournment to the garden, when a diversion was created by the entrance of a servant with a dish of "Sklitch," which he had no sooner placed on the table, than he rapidly withdrew.
He has that little shop, next dur; an' he keeps sellin' a bit o' toffy, an' then singin' a bit, an' then sellin' a bit moor toffy,--an' he's as happy as a pig amung slutch."
Hows'ever, I don' cherish grudges; so, ez I wuz gwine ter say, ye knit thirty-six reounds above wheer ye dropped yer thumb, an' then ye toe off in ev'ry fifth stetch, an' du it reg'Iar, Emerline; an' then take up yer thumb on tew needles, an' on t'other you pick up the stetches I told yer ter cast up, an' knit twelve reounds, an' thumb off 'ith narryin' ev'ry third"---- "Well, Miss Jemimy, I guess I shall know how to knit mittens, now!"
Thou art a fellow of a good respect; Thy life hath had some smatch of honor in it.
The fact is that in the vast flux of destiny which is involved in such a war as the present, and which no argument can really adequately represent, we are fain to snatch at some neat phrase, however superficial, by way of explanation.
These tedious narratives of frozen age Distract my soul;--despatch thy ling'ring tale; Say, did a voice from heav'n restrain the tyrant?
Den de war broke out in Cuba and dere was a spatch (dispatch) board what de news come over dat de war was on.
Here and there from behind the trees came little blue puffs of smoke, and one of the fugitives who wore white calico breeches began suddenly to hop instead of running and a red splotch showed upon the white cloth.
Thanks to Choppy, even though I started by helping him out on the desk, I also got to do many stories for Sportswatch.
Ieievera come il founta pary: me will make a spitch-cock of his persona.
"I have called on behalf of Mademoiselle Elma Heath, to give this letter to Madame Stassulevitch, or if she is absent to place it in the hands of the Red Priest," I explained in my best Russian.
Stirbitch Fair, Account of, 194.
The waxed thread fills the hole better too, and what is of as much consequence as anything, it sticks so that the last stitch doesn't slacken before the next comes, but holds so tight that, although the leather is very springy, it cannot make it slip.
When he was only a little over three years old, I found him carefully mending some windfall robins' eggs, cracked by their tumble, with bits of rubber sticking-plaster, then putting them hopefully back into the nest, with an admonition to the anxious parents to "sit very still and don't stwatch."
Leary stood by with a stopwatch calling out the minutes.
Lay nice prescriptions, Ambiguous bookmen, on submissive slaves; Affright with terror of a wilfull death Those whom black murders of inhumane sin Has living damnd; Ime yet in my owne heart White as a babe, as Innocent as light From any mortall guilt; and were my soule Drawn fro this mew of flesh twould quickly streatch Like a swift Falkon her aspiring wings And soare at heaven.
+Strecchen+, v. to stretch, PP; +streke+, H; +strecche on+, to exert (one self), S2; +strekis+, pr.
The Orsis cum in Them days to the Bilers But Now by meens of Powers of Steem forces A-turning Coches into Smoakey Kettels The Bilers seam a Cumming to the Orses And Helps and naggs Will sune be out of Vittels Poor Bruits I wander How we bee to Liv When sutch a change of Orses is our Faits No nothink need Be sifted in a Siv May them Blowd ingins all Blow up their Grates And Theaves of Oslers crib the Coles and Giv Their blackgard Hannimuls a Feed of Slaits!
I calmly produced my switch and brought it smartly over the shoulders of my refractory pupil in a way that sent the dust in a cloud from his dirty coat, knocked the pen from his fingers, and upset the ink.
It will be dead out by the time we get to Southend; but we only draw about three foot six, and we can cut across through the Jenkin Swatch.
Charles T. Jackson.-- First conception of telegraph.--Sketch-book.--Idea of 1832 basic principle of telegraph of to-day.--Thoughts on priority.--Testimony of passengers and Captain Pell.--Difference between "discovery" and "invention.