I think there must have rushed over him a feeling akin to that of a gladiator tossed into the arena and bade to fight for his life.
"Us git 'long fine for more dan a year and Mars Luch, he raise plenty cotton an' at times us ud take trip up to Memfis on de boat, on de Phil Allin what was 'bout de fineist boat on de riber in dem days and de one dat most frequent put in at us landin' wid de freight for Mars Luch and den he most ginally sont he cotton an' seed to Memfis on dis same Phil Allin.
Words by N. W. Allphin, music by Alvis O. Thomas. (
An' what, if I might be askin' you--" "It's a book we left here," Billie broke in quickly. "
I wasn' astin' you.
How can I adequately express my appreciation of the great honour thus done me by the Earl of Balfour, the Lord Chancellor, Lord Justice Atkin, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of London, and many other leaders in academic and legal circles--not to forget the Chief Justice of the United States, who paid me the great compliment of attending the last lecture.
I returned immediately after dusk, and he reported that when last he had looked in, about half an hour earlier, she had been seated in an armchair reading a newspaper (I may mention that everything of value in the office was securely locked up!)
We'd like some drink--the Contrack doesn't begin yet, Peachey, so you needn't look--but what we really want is advice.
For an instance of senile spite: Clara had always been given a Behrens piano for her concerts in Berlin.
bin, chest, MD; +bynne+, C, Voc.--AS.
BLINN, ETHEL HUESTON BEST.
Of these the most pleasing is the Princess Elizabeth, whose portrait is drawn with masterly skill, and engages our interest as the fortunes of its original oscillates "'Twixt Axe and Crown":-- "A Tudor Schooled by the shadow of death, a Boleyn too Glancing across the Tudor."
A final extract seems to be the only one that gives the truth: "Brin ... troops of all arms are engaged in looting."
NICOL BRINN'S STORY (concluded) CHAPTER I. A CLIENT FOR PAUL HARLEY Some of Paul Harley's most interesting cases were brought to his notice in an almost accidental way.
LII Love Is a Traitor With Sharp Claws Yes, indeed, Marquis, it is due to my friendship, it is due to my counsel that the Countess owes the tranquillity she begins to enjoy, and I can not conceive the chagrin which causes the indifference she manifests for you.
Naughty lady, These hairs which thou dost ravish from my chin Will quicken, and accuse thee.
The resulting clangor and din is unforgettable.
The King of An-nam, Dinh Tien-hoang (A.D. 968) had an army of 1,000,000 men forming 10 corps of 10 legions; each legion forming 10 cohorts of 10 centuries; each century forming 10 squads of 10 men.--H. C. NOTE 3.--Ramusio's edition says that what with horses and mares there will be an average of eighteen beasts (?)
Hobbs shook his head, and gazed at Elkin as though the latter was a refractory bullock.
Apparently, the first stir of any importance was produced by the scandal of the punishment of Thomas Emlyn, the Irish clergyman who has been previously referred to.
With fin-backs and hump-backs, porpoises of colossal size appeared, and these Hearne harpooned cleverly when they came within range.
SEE Finn, Francis J. COOLIDGE, CALVIN, PRES.
How can'st thou proove that to bee a fishe that was not bredd in the water, that coold never swimme, that hathe neather roe nor milt, scale nor finne, lyfe nor motion?
Flinn, red haired.
"Saw him lyin' dar as I went ter git Flynn's cart ter--ter bring Mars' Joe, yer know,--home.
Footnote 7: For the passage of this ordinance three reasons have been given: Slavery then prior to the invention of the cotton gin was considered a necessary evil in the South.
Ginn & Co., Boston, New York and Chicago, 1889.
But if your aldermen were false, Or Glyn, that’s your recorder!
Mr. Tyson, in a letter to Dr. Glynn, well observed, that he could as soon believe that Hogarth painted the cartoons, as that Chatterton wrote Rowley's poems: yet (he adds) they are as unlike any thing ancient, as Sir Joshua's flowing contour is unlike the squares and angles of Albert Durer.
I was about to tell him why I had stopped them, and make myself known to them when I saw a grin rippling its way over all those bronzed faces--a grin of recognition.
Aurum potabile, he discommends and inveighs against it, by reason of the corrosive waters which are used in it: which argument our Dr. Guin urgeth against D. Antonius.
This resolution and the evidence it refers to were officially communicated to Mr. Gwin by the Secretary of the Treasury, and the response of Mr. Gwin has been received through the same official channel.
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William M. Gwyn.
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I need only say, first, that it is obviously a mere rumour; secondly, that it is known to be false as to Nell Gwynne, who abode in that purity of the Protestant faith which had already differentiated her from others of Charles's favourites.
To set a gyn for Woodcocks & catch your selfe first.
Herein I see thou lov'st me not with the full weight that I love thee.
As to the small account here, sir, in case you was to find yourself running at all short, that don't signify; because I am a part proprietor of this inn, and it could stand over."
p. 5.--H. C. Shen, or coupled with jin "people," Shenjin, in this sense affords another possible origin of the word Sensin; but it may in fact be at bottom, as regards the first syllable, the same with the etymology we have preferred.
by W. Langdon Kihn.
The almond-tree, with its flat stages of large smooth leaves, and oily eatable seeds in an almond-like husk, is not an almond at all, or any kin thereto.
KINNE, W. S., joint ed.
Duncan sigh'd baith out and in, Grat his een baith bleer't and blin', Spak o' lowpin o'er a linn; Ha, ha, the wooing o't.
The night was passed under sail and at daylight, when we resumed our course towards the Cumberland Islands, Linne Peak and Shaw's Peak, and the land about Capes Hillsborough and Conway were seen.
Mr. LYN HARDING, as Flambeau, veteran of NAPOLEON'S Army, introduced a faint suggestion of badly-needed humour, and relieved the general atmosphere of Court artificiality by a touch of nature which almost reconciled us to the improbable burst of eloquence that ROSTAND, with his reckless prodigality, assigned to this rough soldier.