"This is no time to talk of love, Aley," added he. "
Aly Ben Abd.
Douglass's earliest recollections centered around the cabin of his grandmother, Betsey Bailey, who seems to have been something of a privileged character on the plantation, being permitted to live with her husband, Isaac, in a cabin of their own, charged with only the relatively light duty of looking after a number of young children, mostly the offspring of her own five daughters, and providing for her own support.
Miss Baillie, sister of the celebrated Dr. Baillie, the physician, is a woman of the highest talent.
A Protestant-clerical St. Etienne, a slender young eloquent and vehement Barnave, will help to regenerate France, "And then there is worthy Doctor Guillotin, Bailly likewise, time-honored historian of astronomy, and the Abbe Sieyes, cold, but elastic, wiry, instinct with the pride of logic, passionless, or with but one passion, that of self-conceit.
During these contentions, Mr. Settle also published a piece called The Medal Revers'd, published 1681; this was an answer to a poem of Dryden's called The Medal, occasioned by the bill against the earl of Shaftsbury being found ignoramus at the Old Baily, upon which the Whig party made bonfires, and ordered a medal to be struck in commemoration of that event.
When I reached my office I took the card from a drawer, which Mr. Edward Bayley had sent to me, and despatched it by special messenger to the office of the famous mining company.
Miss Bayly, Colchester.
R94277, 21Apr52, Florence Simmonds (A) REMICK, GRACE M. The Sheldon six, Susan; illustrated by Isable W. Caley.
Dailey Paskman (A); 20Apr55; R148142.
It has been sought to attain this end by the daily administration of the salts of quinine, of the salicylates, and of the tincture of eucalyptus, each and every one tried in turn.
It was the young president herself, Mollie Daley, though she had been brought up to think of colored folks as "trash," who, with a disregard of strict parliamentary law, but with a beautiful cordiality, broke in with: "I say, admit her at once, and let yez give her a hearty welcome."
Reginald Aldworth Daly (A); 3Sep54; R135334.
Hugh Fraley will leave those strings at home, and, William Grove, stop climbing over the bench.)
"I think," said Sarah Gailey, reflective and anxious, "I think if you could get up, it would be nicer than him seeing you here in bed."
Every fine day they can be seen at work around their dwellings, or sitting on their haunches sunning themselves, and chattering gaily with some neighbor.
galeye, galie; cp.
* * * * * =Thomas Hailey Aldrich.
His "monotonous and cloying" use of numbers, with that of Darwin, Goldsmith, Johnson, Haley, and others of the same "school," is alleged to have wrought a general corruption of taste in respect to versification--a fashion that has prevailed, not temporarily, "But ever since Pope spoil'd the ears of the town With his cuckoo-song verses, half up and half down"--Ib.
297; Hayley, correspondence with, iv.
Long a favorite of the Secret Service, it seems Uzis went out of fashion with the advent of the Persian Gulf War, our Arab allies taking some offense at Americans toting Israeli weapons.
by Tom Maley.
Paley's theology illustrates how orthodox opinions are coloured, unconsciously, by the spirit of the time.
Emma Railey (W); 16Apr57; R190056.
REILEY, ALAN C., joint author.
R114521, 10Jul53, A. E. Staley Mfg.
SEE Nick Lucas' comic songs for ukulele and steel guitar.
Illustrated by Henry E. Vallely.
There was a reason why just now Whaley should give his wife much care and affection.