On the score of abuses, Stancil Barwick, an overseer in southwestern Georgia, wrote in 1855 to John B. Lamar: "I received your letter on yesterday ev'ng.
CHAPTER II BOLSHEVIK SUCCESSES The outflanking movement by the enemy which I had anticipated from the day I first took over the command, and which I had made my plans to counteract, was now in full swing, but so far no damage to our main position had been effected.
"They said Mrs. Knowles was often seen in a high wind riding off on a broomstick.
After this the angel conducted them to the house where the nuptials were to be celebrated, and the porter opened the door; and presently being admitted within the house, they were received and welcomed by an angel sent from the bridegroom, and were introduced and shewn to the seats intended for them: and soon after they were invited into an ante-chamber, in the middle of which they saw a table, and on it a magnificent candlestick with seven branches and sconces of gold: against the walls there were hung silver lamps, which being lighted made the atmosphere appear of a golden hue: and they observed on each side of the candlestick two tables, on which were set loaves in three rows; there were tables also at the four corners of the room, on which were placed crystal cups.
Anybody who can make a shoe-peg or wooden toothpick can make a chopstick.
In 1849 the firm of Winans, Harrison and Eastwick had already furnished the road with 162 locomotives, 72 passenger and 2,580 freight cars.
The proof of the Elswick gun is mounted on a carriage turned out by the Royal Carriage Department, under Colonel Close.
SEE Britcher, Phyllis I. GAYE, PHOEBE FENWICK.
Few, if any, samples of firebrick will stand the heat of this blast, if the system is fully utilized.
'MURDER OF BRITISH JOURNALIST IN RUSSIA-LATE WIRE FROM GATWICK.'
One of them, crossing the flume by Mr. Hardwick's shop, broke the newly-formed ice and there found the drifting body of Mrs. Clamp.
Diamond was a freshman, and so he received a calling down from Hartwick, who told him he was altogether too new.
When he had finished speaking of the Buffalo Robe Dr. Grayson announced that the first fire of the season was to be lighted in the House of Joyous Learning to dedicate it to this year's group of campers, and kneeling down on the hearth, he touched off the faggots laid ready in the fireplace, and the flames, leaping and snapping, rose up the chimney, sending a brilliant glow over the room, and causing the most homesick youngster to brighten up and feel immensely cheered.
Now, though the wicked life of Appius merited every punishment, still it was impolitic to violate the laws, more particularly a law which had only just been passed; for nothing, I think, is of worse example in a republic, than to make a law and not to keep it; and most of all, when he who breaks is he that made it.
The airman's "joystick" is a gadget; the tank is not.
The poet Gray had been the first to describe its natural features in an express manner; and his account of the views above Keswick and Grasmere was quoted, sixty years since, as evidence of the spoiling process which had gone on since the introduction of civilization from the South.
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A deer, four wild dogs, lost in the big timber, storm bound, rescuing our most bitter enemy; and now helping to land an escaped lunatic--say, you ought to feel satisfied, old fellow," observed Frank.
Nathan Marwick started the car along the driveway.
There was a report that seemed to shake the walls, and something like the blow of a nightstick knocked his leg from under him and threw him on his back.
Subsequently Messrs. Dodson and Fogg arrested their own client, and lodged her in the Fleet.--C. Dickens, The Pickwick Papers (1836).
Mrs. Buck got up a picnic for her, and had a treat of raspberries and sponge-cake--frosted.
At present it was most politic not to provoke them.
Sandwick, Richard L., How to Study and What to Study, Boston: D.C. Heath & Co., 1915.
There, there," said Miriam Lake, who was playing Jennie Holiday; "my poor little kitty is just as seasick!
6, Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, November 26, 1828.
"A--a--" "A slapstick.
In his sword-hand, he wielded a small clasp-knife, which did the alternate duty of a toothpick and a whittler,K for which latter amusement he kept a small stick in his left hand to operate upon; and the floor bore testimony to his untiring zeal.
The enormous expansion of the sea--a great authority, Neumayr, believes that it was the greatest extension of the sea that is known in geology--and lowering of the land would of itself tend to produce this condition, and it may be that the very considerable volcanic activity, of which we find evidence in the Permian and Triassic, had discharged great volumes of carbon-dioxide into the atmosphere.
Yardstick--"A short yardstick is a po' thing to fight de debbul wid."