Philippa was in a rage,--you could see that both by her demeanor and by the indignant letters she dictated; true, none of these letters could be delivered, since they were all addressed to John Copeland.
terror, SD; +radnes+,B. +Radyous+, adj.
Turning to Mark, she said,-- "If you will come to-morrow,--or Monday, rather,--you can have possession of the house and property.
said she, with a trembling voice, you cannot, from the most generous, virtuous and honourable man living, degenerate into a brutal ravisher.--You will not destroy the innocence you have cherished, and which is all that is valuable in the poor Louisa.
Poor, sinned against, vile, degraded, but still true-hearted Rawdon!--you stand next in our affections and sympathies to honest Dobbin himself.
And really,--you are a Lark."
I am now ready!--You must not leave me here.
PINK RATS.--You assume that if you were appointed a mopper-up you would ex-officio be put in charge of the rum-ration.
For his ambassedours taken here dromedaries or hire hors, and thei priken in alle that evere thei may toward on of the innes: and whan thei comen there, anon thei blowen an horne; and anon thei of the in knowen wel y now that there ben tydynges to warnen the Emperour of sum rebellyoun azenst him.
Lamb copied these lines in a letter to Coleridge on January 18, 1797, remarking:--"You have learned by this time, with surprise, no doubt, that Lloyd is with me in town.
"Madame de la Tour, whom no unprejudiced person could have seen without feeling sympathy and respect, was received with the utmost coolness by Monsieur de la Bourdonnais; and when she painted to him her own situation, and that of her child, he replied, 'We will see what can be done--there are so many to relieve--why did you affront so respectable a relation?--You have been much to blame.'
And bezonde the lond and the yles and the desertes of Prestre Johnes lordschipe, in goynge streyght toward the est, men fynde nothing but mountaynes and roches fulle grete: and there is the derke regyoun, where no man may see, nouther be day ne be nyght, as thei of the contree seyn.
Zit there is, toward the parties meridionales, many contrees and many regyouns; as the lond of Ethiope, that marchethe, toward the est, to the grete desertes; toward the west, to the kyngdom of Nubye; toward the southe, to the kyngdom of Moretane; and toward the north to the Rede See.
And there where religyouse Cristene men dwellen, as thei don in many cytees in thei lond, thei gon before him with processioun with cros and holy watre; and thei seyngen, Veni Creator, spiritus, with an highe voys, and gon towardes him.
In the Garden of Roses, Sadi makes the remark:--You should know that foolish people are a hundredfold more averse to meeting the wise than the wise are indisposed for the company of the foolish.
Gobardhan covered a slate with mysterious calculations and, after poring over them for ten or fifteen minutes, he looked up with the remark:--"Your luck is really atrocious and has been so for more than three months."
Ciaran, who possessed the spirit of prophecy, replied--"You shall go first to Meath where you will found a famous church in the territory of Ibh Neill and there you will remain for forty years.
"Since that's settled"--of a sudden the imploring child was replaced by self-possessed Mademoiselle Athenais Reneaux--"you may have your hand back again.
You see the lurid significance, the point of resemblance,--you see it?
Rifleman.--You are right; the rival guns--the Dreyse and the Chassepot--are also rifle-guns.
In that of Brigham Young, each woman has a room assigned her, for the neatness of which she is herself responsible;--Young's own chamber is in the rear of the office of the President of the Church, upon the ground floor.
God permitted me to see him again, supported by one of the savages, and even to hear his feeble voice cry, 'Console yourself, Fritz, I am not dead; I am only wounded in the shoulder; it is not your fault; go, my kind brother, as quick as possible to papa, and you will both'--the canoe sailed away so swiftly, that I heard no more; but I understood the rest--'you will both come and rescue me.'
As for the rest,--you are a thief.'
In brief, fearing the fool will be put upon me for being too busy with matters too far above my understanding, I will leave my imperfection to pardon or correction, and my labour to their liking that will not think ill of a well-meaning, and so rest,--Your well-willing friend, N.B. CHARACTERS UPON ESSAYS, MORAL AND DIVINE.
And antipathy, Monsieur, the medal's reverse,--your bete noire, for instance,--expound me that!
Appearing suddenly with a revolver--"You bet." (
Accordingly, the question was on all their lips, "You have set the wrong right,--you have done what you desired?"
"That was right.--You are a jewel for an executive officer, General; and, as such, I wear you near my heart.
Lucy's gone, you say; didn't she leave things all right,--your papers, and--and so forth?"
Right.--yours, Mr. Fullaway, is the Waldorf Hotel--permanently there?
Shove sentry-groups at the top of the Sudder Bazaar, West Street and Edward Road.--You know all about it.... I've got a good thing on.
Doctor (rising).--Your fiance?
Come, let's away, my Lyoness begins to roar.--You, Sharp, go seek after Bellmour, watch his Motions, and give us notice.
"Well, father, 'when you 're in Rome'--you know the rest.
replied Robespierre,--"you and your forms: wait; soon the Committee will obtain a law which will suppress forms, and then we shall see."
Then suddenly his voice crackled across the room--"You know, of course, that you are suspected of Warren's murder?"
Reinerius Saccho.--Your correspondent "D." (No.
Seems like a hospital 'stead of a Home, so many roses round!--You don't say she's given you all hers?
And sayd to his frendes Hit is better and more to preyse and alowe for a man to take thempire agaynst his wil/ than for to laboure to haue hit and to put hym self therin/ Thus ought they to be humble and meke for to resseyue worship/ Therfore sayth the bible that Ioab the sone of Saryre that was captayn of the warre of the kynge Dauid/ whan he cam to take and wynne a Cyte/ He sente to Dauid and desired hym to come to the warre/ that the victorye shold be gyuen to Dauid/ And not to hym self/ Also they ought to be ware that they chaunge not ofte tymes her officers/ Josephus reherceth that the frendes of tyberyus meruaylled moche why he helde hys offycyers so longe in theyr offices wyth oute changynge/ And they demanded of hym the cause/ to whom he answerd/ I wold chaunge them gladly/ yf I wyste that hit shold be good for the peple/ But I sawe on a tyme a man that was roynyous & full of soores/ And many flyes satte vpon the soores and souked his blood that hit was meruaylle to see/ wherfore I smote and chaced them away.
cried Mr. Rushton--"you are incredulous, like everybody!"
Queen Victoria to Lady Russell January 1, 1891 DEAR LADY RUSSELL,--You are indeed right in thinking that I should always take an interest in anything that concerned you and your family, and I rejoice to hear that your son is going to make a marriage which gives you pleasure, and trust it may conduce to your comfort as well as to his happiness.
Queen Victoria to Lady Russell WINDSOR CASTLE, July 3, 1874 DEAREST LADY RUSSELL,--Your two sad and touching letters have affected me deeply, and I thank you much for writing to me.
x. Rover.--You become a Rover when you have completed the hoops from point to point, and instead of hitting the starting-peg and retiring, you prefer to strike your ball to any part of the ground, croqueting friends or foes.
"Oh, not that exactly; but"--she smiled sadly--"you have never said 'thank you', you know!"
he continued, thrusting his brawny arm forth, with the fist clenched, indicating the necessary point of the compass by the thumb; "the coast of Guinea might have lain hereaway, and the wind you see, was dead off shore, blowing in squalls, as a cat spits, all the same as if the old fellow, who keeps it bagged for the use of us seamen, sometimes let the stopper slip through his fingers, and was sometimes fetching it up again with a double turn round the end of his sack.--You know what a sack is, brother?"
Max," he said--"you must let me call you Max--you are the most delightful man I ever knew."
Here I thought it necessary to interpose.--Professor,--I said,--you are inebriated.
The proctor lifted up the hem of his garment, which being of broad velvet, with the selvage on it, was one of the insignia of his office, and sternly said,--'You see this, sir.'
"It is very well that you are going so soon," he said,--"you are getting decidedly ghostly.
217, where he said:--'You have, perhaps, no man who knows as much Greek and Latin as Bentley.'