Young Ozma was prepared to take on the leadership of Oz upon reaching adulthood.
O'DONOVAN Mrs. Broderick SARA ALLGOOD Miss Joyce EILEEN O'DOHERTY Cracked Mary MAIRE O'NEILL Davideen J. M. KERRIGAN COATS was first produced at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, December, 1910, with the following cast: Mineog ARTHUR SINCLAIR Hazel J. M. KERRIGAN John J. A. O'ROURKE DAMER'S GOLD was first produced at the Abbey Theatre November 21, 1912, with the following cast: Delia Hessian SARA ALLGOOD Staffy Kirwan SIDNEY MORGAN Ralph Hessian J. M. KERRIGAN Damer ARTHUR SINCLAIR Simon Niland A. WRIGHT McDONOUGH'S WIFE has not yet been produced by the Abbey Company.
Among the favourite places of resort are Ashwood Dale, with its famous Lover's Leap rock; Shirbrook Dale, with its fissure and cascade; Diamond Hill, so called from the quartz crystals or "Buxton diamonds" found there; Chee Tor, a huge limestone rock 350 feet high, which rises sheer from the bed of the Wye, washing its base; and Axe Edge, 2-1/2 miles from Buxton, rising to a height of 1800 feet above the level of the sea.
One were thy Nick, Muster Attwood," said he, thumping the dirt from his broom across the coping-stone, "and the other were Dawson's Hodge."
FITTS, CLARA ATWOOD, illus.
Miles was a little wild and head-strong from his babyhood, and Margaret, though very beautiful, was often wilful and vain.
The home at Beechwood had lost another inmate--for Edmund was now married--when Guy, first going to Paris, had later sailed for America.
That was in 1919 and I went out and bought a lot in Bellwood Cemetery.
At a glance, Merry saw that Bloodgood was "shakey."
Although not afflicted with a curiosity so acute as that of Polton, I found myself speculating at intervals on the nature of my colleague's experiments and the purpose of the singular little objects which he had ordered to be made; but I was unacquainted with any of the cases on which he was engaged, excepting that of Reuben Hornby, and with the latter I was quite unable to connect a set of twenty-four boxwood chessmen.
Pothinus, bishop of Lyons, whom he succeeded, was more than ninety years old at the time of his martyrdom in the persecution of A.D. 177 Endnote 326:2, and would thus in his boyhood be contemporary with the closing years of the last Evangelist.
In our own day a striking proof of the same thing was given in the great fire in Tooley street, when Braidwood lost his life.
Silence for another little space, which Miss Brentwood broke by saying: "Don't you want to smoke?
Faith, "breaking every yoke," united master and servants in the bonds of brotherhood.
Under the dome of the mosque there is a large mass of natural rock, revered by the Moslems as that from which Mahomet mounted the beast Borak when he visited the Seven Heavens, and believed by Mr. Catherwood to have served as part of the foundation of the Holy of Holies.
It seemed so utterly imbecile and babyish to him, he had got so far away from innocence and smiles and childhood himself, that the sight of them irritated him.
Oliver Perry Chitwood (A); 12Nov58; R225104.
According to English ways, I ought to have written a note, naming the hour at which I should reach Etchingham, which is four miles from Collingwood; but when I left Liverpool I went directly on, and a letter would have arrived at the same time that I did.
On the left the waters of the Platte, muddied by the spring freshets, flowed over beds of quicksand between groves of cottonwood that pleasantly fringed its banks.
SEE Delafield, E. M. DASHWOOD, ELIZABETH MONICA.
Deadwood, Lawrence County, South Dakota Apr. 1923.
There were no trees--only here and there a clump of cactus or chaparral, a tuft of dog-grass or a few patches of dogwood.
They found shelter in a hollow of the cliff and sat among the driftwood while the rain that blotted out the lake drove overhead.
By T. M. Eastwood, Ruth Enck Engle, Lida Shivers Leach, Alice Larry Woodcock & others.
"He was going up Edgewood Avenue when he came upon Mrs. Nobbs and a man,--probably her brother,--and what Mrs. Nobbs was saying made him keep along behind them, instead of passing as he was intending to do."
completely rewritten by Frank O. Ellenwood and William N. Barnard.
R68667, 23Oct50, Maggie Fitch (C) BEACH, Rex Ellingwood.
If the Lady Egerton had not missed her way in a wood, Milton might have spent the time in which he wrote "Comus," in writing "Accidence of Grammar;" and if Ellwood, the quaker, had not asked him what he could say on "Paradise Regained," that beautiful poem (so greatly underrated) would have been lost to us.
On hearing on whom he had set his affections, Lord Elmwood immediately left the room for the apartment where Sandford, Miss Woodley, and Matilda were sitting, and cried with an angry voice, and with his countenance disordered, "Rushbrook has offended me beyond pardon.
What has my hat got to do with the guilt of Elwood Ranelagh?"
Englewood, Clark County, Kansas.
What from musty tomes they drew, They lied to me; the things they knew Believed they not; with falsehood rife, Themselves and me they robbed of life.
If our hearts are thus enlarged, we shall run in the way of His commandments; fatherhood and brotherhood and sonship will not be symbols, shibboleths of pious intercourse, but ways of God's reaching out through us for the total brotherhood.
I can dig in a bog, Feed pigs or for firewood can split up a log, Clean shoes, riddle cinders, or help to boil down— Or whatever you please, but graze lands of the Crown.
r Fleetwood's Chron.
Admiral Wharton draws special attention to the fact that in the very height of the danger, Green, Charles Clerke, and Forwood, the gunner, were engaged in taking a Lunar for the longitude.
By Gilmor Brown & Alice Garwood.
In my seventeenth year, I was married to a girl named Harriet, belonging to John Gatewood, a planter living about four miles from Mr. Pleasant.
Amy Ayres had been a friend of mine from girlhood.
VII GET READY THE WREATHS Where St. Louis begins to peter out into brick- and limestone-kilns and great scars of unworked and overworked quarries, the first and more unpretentious of its suburbs take up--Benson, Maplehurst, and Ridgeway Heights intervening with one-story brick cottages and two-story packing-cases--between the smoke of the city and the carefully parked Queen Anne quietude of Glenwood and Croton Grove.
It is very largely composed of scrub oak, buckthorn, chamisal or greasewood, with a scattered growth of wild lilac, wild cherry, etc.
GENERAL AIMS CHAPTER VIII SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF THE WAR By ARTHUR GREENWOOD, B.Sc.,
R94335, 6May52, Elizabeth Reynolds Hapgood (PWH) ALEXANDER, ARCHIBALD BROWNING DRYSDALE.
Usually in the hardwood forests, there is not much cover, such as dry leaves, on the ground.
The young man, bitten with the desire to cut a smart figure in the circles in which he moved, had often recourse to the varying fortunes which now and again smiled upon him across the green tables in the Harewood Club.
I straightened up as though struck, my eyes seeking those of Harwood, who stared back at me, his mouth wide open in astonishment.
Rev. Dr. A.G. Haygood, the author of Our Brother in Black, and the general administrator of the John F. Slater fund, was in Macon a few days ago, visiting officially Lewis Normal Institute, which he pronounced an admirable school.