The awful thing was that Colin couldn't bear to be left alone, day or night.
From hence he was removed successively to the school at Elphin, of which the Rev. Mr. Griffin was master, and to that of Athlone; kept by the Rev. Mr. Campbell; and lastly, was placed under the care of the Rev. Patrick Hughes, of Edgeworthstown, in the county of Longford, to whose instruction he acknowledged himself to have been more indebted than to that of his other teachers.
There was flattery, clever, hidden flattery, which seemed like adoration, in every word he spoke, every tone of his voice, every glance of his coal-black eyes, that seemed in some way to atone for the long, gray, monotonous days that had weighed so heavily upon her spirits.
In the next Canto, St. James is called "Barone."
The King, whose hand had weighed not over lightly these many years, an abdicated prisoner at Bayonne; Ferdinand yielding his authority into the hand of a nameless Regency, and his capital to the brother of the Corsican Emperor; Spain overrun by two hundred thousand foreign troops; messengers at hand from Joseph, from the Regency, from the Junta of the Asturias, from the Junta of Seville, each alike asserting its right to authority over the Colonies, as legitimate possessors of jurisdiction in Spain itself!
Till at last, finding its efforts ineffectual, quite tired and breathless, it lays itself down, and pants at the bottom of the cage, seeming to bemoan its cruel fate and forfeited liberty.
And so the boy got his rights for the meal which the North Wind had blown away.
The "key" is almost the sole contribution to Mrs. Haywood's bibliography in Bohn's Lowndes.
Suppose I'm going to delve, and toil, and spin, and wear myself to the bone, and have her slip through my fingers at last with a vocation?
He went on to say he hardly ever saw her now that she was with Monsieur Didier, of the Credit Bourguignon.
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Chicago federal police put Al Capone in prison for income-tax fraud.
kronie, karonie, an old sheep; Picard carone = F. charogne, see SkD (p.797).
Penes R. Pichard; Liber Alquini; Liber Johannis de Tyrington cum Catone et aliis.
But people generally think that present circumstances will last, and that matters will go on in the future as they have clone in the past.
Of the great Coan.
Professor P. Cohn has recently described the mode in which he has manufactured the Japanese sake or rice wine in the laboratory.
Accordingly, after a month in London, they set out for Rotterdam and, travelling leisurely through the Low Countries, made their way to Cologne.
In the church-register of Polangui I found a marriage recorded (January, 1837) between a Filipino and a Filipina having the ominous name of Hilaria Concepcion, who at the time of the performance of the marriage ceremony was, according to a note in the margin, only nine years and ten months old.
For illiterate persons, who could see no treason in the uprising, to condone the tumult and havoc, and regard even the murder justifiable, was what might have been expected.
When thus employed, his location in the tree is betrayed by a dribble of scales, shells, and seed-wings, and, every few minutes, by the fall of the stripped axis of the cone.
corporacion, f., body; en--, in a body.
A withered old crone sat at one of the doors, sunning herself. "
It would be dangerous to assert positively that "Remembrance" belongs to the same song-cycle; but it undoubtedly belongs to the same cycle, or rather cyclone, of passion; the cyclone that rages in the hearts of Heathcliff and of Catherine.
When Don Sebastian, King of Portugal, had invaded the Territories of Muly Moluc, Emperor of Morocco, in order to dethrone him, and set his Crown upon the Head of his Nephew, Moluc was wearing away with a Distemper which he himself knew was incurable.
I guess she was worried that the family would throw her out or disown her or something.'
Wait tell he gits one his still spells, whenas he doan' speak ter nobody an' doan' do no work.
There was also a military escort under Lieutenant Doane.
Here he entered the Gulf of Paria, and came out by the Bocca de Dragone, or Dragons-mouth.
It was enough to lie curled among pillows under the alder and stare drowsily at the blue September sky, half aware of the drone of a breeze in the firs, the flutter of birds' wings, and the lap of water on the beach.
pedernal, m., flint, stone, flintstone.
Of course, after the birds have flown, the sheriff will ride hard after 'em--on the wrong trail!"
He used "eyne" for "eyes," "fone" for "foes," "shend" for "shame."
Grown since When I check websites of Goan papers or when some friends and family bring Goan papers to Canada from their visits, I notice that Goan journalism has grown since I saw it first-hand.
Of the misery of human life, Gray speaks in similar terms: "To all their sufferings all are men, Condemn'd alike to groan, The feeling for another's pain, The unfeeling for his own."
Thenceforth they playne, and make full piteous mone Unto the author of their balefull bane: The daies they waste, the nights they grieve and grone, Their lives they loath, and heavens light
They are but beggars that can count their worth; But my true love is grown to such excess cannot sum up sum of half my wealth.
One of the Brazilian members of our party, Hoehne, the botanist, was a zoologist also.
I quote the introduction, again probably the work of Lamb, and Southey's letter (see Lamb's letter to Hone below):-- We alluded some days ago to the handsome notice of Mr. Hone in Mr. Southey's Life of Bunyan.
Though furtively the sunlight seems to grieve, And the spring-laden breeze Out of the gladdening west is sinister With sounds of nameless battle overseas; Though when we turn and question in suspense If these things be indeed after these ways, And what things are to follow after these, Our fluent men of place and consequence Fumble and fill their mouths with hollow phrase, Or for the end-all of deep arguments Intone their dull commercial liturgies -- I dare not yet believe!
Then thus it must be; this doth Joan devise: By fair persuasions, mix'd with sug'red words, We will entice the Duke of Burgundy To leave the Talbot and to follow us.
"But if Godensky had known what you were doing, the game would have been up for you before this," I said.
Abhandlungen der Koen.
Edited by Ernst C. Krohn; pf.
Cantabit vacuus coram latrone viator," said Juvenal ("Who has nothing can give nothing"), and Austria, for her part, instead of giving is imploring food succour.