Just as he sat down to a basin of gruel, Mrs. Batty admitted a boy who brought him a message. '
It's a high-pressure season and no mistake, and no one lags behind less than the fascinating Mrs. Ralph Marvell, who is to be seen daily and nightly in all the smartest restaurants and naughtiest theatres, with so many devoted swains in attendance that the rival beauties of both worlds are said to be making catty comments.
Not that I longed especially for segments of Mrs. Surd's justly celebrated lemon pies; not that the spheroidal damsons of her excellent preserving had any marked allurements; not even that I yearned to hear the Professor's jocose table-talk about binomials, and chatty illustrations of abstruse paradoxes.
This resolution was hardly acted upon when the news reached us that the General had arrived at Louisville, and was expected at Cincinnati in a few hours.
Their anatomical structure is precisely the same, and the only circumstances in which the two animals differ consist in the fatty hump on the shoulders of the Zebu, and in the somewhat more slender and delicate make of its legs.
Twas lang before ten o'clock when I was at Gatti's, waiting for it to be my turn.
I am, Sir, &c., ALFRED GATTY.
Hattie Longstreet Price, illustrator.
I am going to paint one for M. and Hatty.
See Mir Jafar Ali Khan Jagat Seth, family of See Seths Jalpaiguri Jats, the Jemadars Jesuit Church, the Fathers, the Jobard, M. Jugdea See Luckipore Jusserat Khan, Nawab of Dacca Kaffirs Kamgar Khan Karical Kasim Ali Khan, Nawab of Bengal See Mir Kasim Kasim Ali Khan, Faujdar of Rungpore Kent, H.M.S. Kerdizien, M. Khodadad Khan Latty Kilpatrick, Major James King See Mogul Kingfisher, H.M.S. Kissendas, son of Raj Balav Knox, Captain Ranfurlie Kooti Ghat Koran, the La Haye, M. Lal Dighi Lally, Count Memoirs of Laporterie, M. La Rue, M. Latham, Captain Launay, M. La Ville Martere, M. Law, Jacques Francois Jean, of Lauriston Madame Jeanne John, of Lauriston, the Financier William Law's Memoir Le Conte Dompierre Lee, Corporal Le Noir, M. Le Page, M., Second Surgeon Locusts Luckipore See Jugdea Lucknow Lynn, Captain McGwire, Mr. William Madec, Colonel Madras Coast See Coromandel Malleson, Colonel G.B., Author of "History of the French in India from the Founding of Pondicherry in 1674 to the Capture of that Place in 1761" (London, 1868) Manik Chand, Raja Manjhi Maratha Commander Law's altercation with General, the Marathas Martin, Captain Martin de la Case, Ensign Matel, M. Midnapur Militarism Minchin, Captain George, Captain-Commandant of Calcutta Mir Abdulla Miran, son of Mir Jafar Mir Daood, brother of Mir Jafar, and Faujdar of Rajmehal Mir Jafar Ali Khan, made Nawab by the English after Plassey Mir Kasim, or Kasim Ali Khan, son-in-law and successor of Mir Jafar army of Mir Madan Mogul See King Mohan Lal, favourite of the Nawab Monsoon Moor hostages nobles Moorish colours forts soldiers treachery Moors Muhammadhans Murshidabad See Muxadabad or Cossimbazar River Murshid Kuli Khan Mustapha Ali Khan Mutinies Muxadabad See Murshidabad Naib Nand Kumar, Faujdar of Hugli Native indifference to the quarrels of the Europeans Nautch Naval officer, an English Nawab, the See Siraj-ud-daula Hindu advisers and servants of Nawajis Muhammad Khan, uncle of Siraj-ud-daula Nawajis Muhammad Khan's widow Nazir Dalal, the Negroes Nepaulese Neutrality in the Ganges News from Bengal Nicolas, M.F. Nover, Sergeant Nullah Omichand Onofre, Reverend Father Oppoor Orissa Orme Papers or MSS.
SHANNON, MATTIE B. Eureka plan & program book for all occasions.
All the elderly people in Richmond, who, in the days of their youth, had known the gay Miss Matty Pettigrew, and the handsome Bob Brandon, felt a certain rejuvenation of spirit as they went to the wedding of the couple, who had once been these two.
They began with the one in the family sitting room; Colonel Wheeler, Ralph Thurston, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harmon with Natty and Rufus, Mr. and Mrs. Popham with Digby and Lallie Joy, all standing in admiring groups and thrilling with delight at the order of events.
He meant to tell me some gossip about Madame PATTI-CAUX.
by Patty Smith Hill.
It's better to be thought 'wild' than to be considered eccentric or ratty.