Then with one voice they broke out in a wild cheer of admiration and acclaim that sent the echoes flying through the quiet old house: "Oh, Veronica, here's to you, Our hearts will e'er be true, We will never find your equal Though we search the whole world through !"
Jane shuddered and drew back in the car, aflame with sudden wrath.
* * * * * Spirit of beautiful youth, thou herald of Aphrodite's loves ambrosial, who on the eyes of girl or boy alighting, with tenderly constraining hands dost handle one, but other otherwise--it is enough if one not swerving from the true aim, in his every act prevail to attain to the fulfilment of his worthier loves.
The words of Sonia Turgeinov--"Est ce qu'elle aime un autre?"--flamed through his mind. "
Je viens de dire de bonnes paroles a votre mari, ma bonne dame, et j'espere que l'etat de son ame aidera a son retablissement.
He is always ashame to meet the new persons."
It was a sheastly bame--I mean a beastly shame!
But the paper became a new subject of wondering amusement to the doctor and his companion.
He could not much blame himself that he had voluntarily severed the ties.
* * * * * Quel que soit le spectacle et quelle que soit la rame Et quelle que soit la voix qui s'affame et brame, L'oublie du lointain des jours chatouille et serre, Le lotos de l'oubli s'est fane dans mes serres, Cependant tu m'aimais a jamais?
Having been, for several years, a director on the Birmingham and London Railway, I felt some interest in these inquiries, and came to the conclusion, that there are several arrangements of economy, and some of convenience, in the construction and working of railways, which the English might borrow with advantage from the United States.
He was the first, and almost the last, Roman general who could claim such a distinction for victory over the Parthians.
What is my dame to do?
She wears superb clothes--the last word in richness and the elegance of perfection--clothes that no man can declaim over, stimulating himself the while with shot after shot of that most insidious of all dope, self-pity.
Ay, 'tis I will tell 'tis ungently done Thus to defame your wife, abuse your children: Wrong them, you wrong yourself; are they not yours?
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OXFORD IN THE VACATION Casting a preparatory glance at the bottom of this article--as the wary connoisseur in prints, with cursory eye (which, while it reads, seems as though it read not,) never fails to consult the quis sculpsit in the corner, before he pronounces some rare piece to be a Vivares, or a Woollet--methinks I hear you exclaim, Reader, Who is Elia?
Not Neoptolemus so mirable, On whose bright crest Fame with her loud'st Oyes Cries 'This is he' could promise to himself A thought of added honour torn from Hector.
Thou mayst perceive in these tears the steady, unalterable laws of heaven, the inflexibleness of the divine justice, that holds thee in adamantine bonds, and hath sealed thee up, if thou prove incurably obstinate and impenitent, unto perdition; so that even the Redeemer Himself, He that is mighty to save, can not at length save thee, but only weep over thee, drop tears into thy flame, which assuage it not; but (tho they have another design, even to express true compassion) do yet unavoidably heighten and increase the fervor of it, and will do so to all eternity.
On a certain late afternoon of December, some four years after Mr. Popple's first meeting with Miss Undine Spragg of Apex, even the symbolic chafing-dish was nowhere visible in his studio; the only evidence of its recent activity being the full-length portrait of Mrs. Ralph Marvell, who, from her lofty easel and her heavily garlanded frame, faced the doorway with the air of having been invited to "receive" for Mr. Popple.
The best-known American simulation game is probably "Dungeons & Dragons," a multi-player parlor entertainment played with paper, maps, pencils, statistical tables and a variety of oddly-shaped dice.
1-2, by J. P. C. Griffith and A. Graeme Mitchell.
As Delaware has hardly two thousand five hundred slaves, arbitrary power over human beings is exercised by so few persons, that the turbulence infused thereby into the public mind is but an inconsiderable element, quite insufficient to inflame the passions, much less to cast the character of the mass of the people; consequently, the state of society there, and the general security of life is but little less than in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, upon which states it borders on the north and east.
The castle was built on a stony ridge of detritus called the Kaim, which stretches from Wark village towards Carham.
"Still halt and lame," she murmured over my sticks. "
Your father's sickness is a maim to us.
There's "Ikey," the newsboy, and "Muggsy" who "shines"; There's Beppo who peddles "banan'"; There's A. Lincoln Johnson, whose "Pa" kalsomines-- His skin has a very deep tan; There's Rosy, the cash-girl, and Mame, who ties bundles, And Maggie, who works in the factory, tall; She's much in demand, for she "pivots so grand," She's really the belle of the hand-organ ball.
RENNER, MAYME PRAT.
Hiramani doubted not that he was Debendra Babu's son-in-law, Pulin by name, who had lately come to live with his wife's family.
in the latitude of Fiji and the Society Islands, between those two: and after a time the cigar drooped and dropped from my mouth, and sleep overcame me, and I slept there, in the lap of the Infinite.
Although the Nationalists proclaim themselves the most zealous followers of Mohammed, nevertheless they do not conceal the fact that their interpretation of Islam is not the same as that of the Arabs.
His mother, which out of question was a light-heeled wench, knew it, yet let him run his race thinking age would reclaim him from his wild courses.
But one day, for the sake of greater secrecy, it became necessary to rename all the units of the area, and the Literary Adviser suddenly found himself put to it to provide about three hundred new Code Names at once.
An example occurred in the case of Rhame vs. Ferguson and Dangerfield, decided by the South Carolina Court of Appeals in 1839 in connection with a statute enacted by the legislature of that state in 1800 restricting manumissions and prescribing that any slaves illegally set free might be seized by any person as derelicts.
-24- "The same thing I find to be true in regard to exile.
So shall my virtue be his vice's bawd; And he shall spend mine honour with his shame, As thriftless sons their scraping fathers' gold.
The Gradual Emancipation Society of North Carolina, in their Report for 1836, signed Moses Swaim, President, and William Swaim, Secretary, says, in describing the condition of slaves in the Eastern part of that State, "The master puts the unfortunate wretches upon short allowances, scarcely sufficient for their sustenance, so that a great part of them go half naked and half starved much of the time."
There are also many tame eagles, so trained as to take hares, roe-bucks, deers, and foxes; and some of these will even seize upon wolves, and vex them so grievously, that the men may take them without danger.