One of the boys intended to go to college, and his father was willing to pay a special contribution to secure a teacher of Latin, and this brought my wages up to sixteen dollars a month.
color, m., color, coloring, hue, complexion, shadings; de --(es), colored, stained; -- de plomo, leaden, lead-colored; -- de rosa, rose-colored.
On the 19th of March he was at Columbia, Tennessee, eighty-five miles from Pittsburg.
The sole reason given why Congress should not abolish, and the sole evidence that if it did, such abolition would be a violation of "good faith," is that "slavery still continues in those states,"--thus explicitly admitting, that if slavery did not "still continue" in those States, Congress could abolish it in the District.
All this enslaving education, whether lay or Christian, though it dwells with an unhealthy joy on military glory and its beatitude, still shows its utter hollowness, for both Church and State bait their hook with Death.... Woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, politicians, and priests, artists, authors, dancers of death; inwardly you are all full of decay and dead men's bones.
His guardians and friends gladly observed in him a disposition which might be easily plunged into every kind of vice; which Hiero foreseeing, is said to have formed an intention, in the latter part of his long life, of leaving Syracuse free, lest the sovereignty which had been acquired and established by honourable means, should be made a sport of and fall into ruin, under the administration of a boy.
It was diverting that a graduate of Harvard should come back to Hooker's Bend and immediately drop into such a fracas.
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Once in a while a distant step resounded in the great building, or again there came the distant voices of the negroes singing in their quarters beyond.
"I carried it around in my wallet, and then when I was in New Zealand I made the box out of Kauri wood."
I withdrew the lever and the narrow strip of floor slid back, covering post and dagger, and looking no different from the surrounding surface.
Joel and Remsen became fast and familiar friends during that term, and when, a few days after the St. Eustace game, Remsen took his departure from the Academy, no more to coach the teams to glorious victory or honorable defeat, Joel of all the school was perhaps the sorriest to have him go.
Footnote 1: Reader in Botany, for use in Schools.
Fichte attended school in Meissen and in Pforta, and was a student of theology at the universities of Jena and Leipsic.
Question, with the help of the advanced type of the Reform School where the inmates are being taught to be useful and are not punished nor patronized, but are simply given a chance.
Holmes was a teacher of physiology, and his study of that branch of medical science was in itself enough to convince him of the doctrine which he inculcated.
Alas, the question of University Reform goes deep at present; deep as the world;--and the real University of these new epochs is yet a great way from us!
When at New York, I met an old and wealthy farmer, who was himself, although eighty years of age, in the enjoyment of rude health.