Sam scratched his 'ead agin, ever so long, and at last he ses, “Well, mate,” he ses, “drink don't trouble me nor Ginger.
BENNETT, AILEEN, joint author.
ALDIN, CECIL, illus.
This first bit of the wonderful coloring which glowed and flashed when the light shot through it, as if some living fire were caught in its heart; or that curious, tortured shape, with its dragon-eyes of jewels, and its tongue forever thrusting at you some secret which it almost utters, yet withholds; this fragment of tenderest opalescence which is of no color, yet blending all, as if a shower of petals were blown across a rainbow in spring; that one--frosted in silver and gold--pink, with the yellow sunshine in its core; here the aquamarine, lucent as Venice's own sea!
Apuleius seems to have been initiated into every cult of religious mystery, and in his story he exultingly shows us the dog-faced gods of Egypt triumphing on the soil that Apollo and Athene had blessed.
But when you get back to the forest, think sometimes of the old Spaniard of St. Augustin, and if ever a white man falls into your hands, treat him, my son, as I have treated you.'
Three or four do not hesitate to grapple the largest baleen whales, who become paralysed with terror--frequently evince no efforts to escape.
According to the Italians, "Every grain hath its bran," which corresponds with our saying, "Every bean hath its black," The meaning being that nothing is without certain imperfections.
Some others goe further and alledging or rather indeede abusing some peece of the Scripture, where it appeareth that the faithfull haue leaped and daunsed: they thinke verily that they haue founde the beane in the cake, as though this were a proper couerture & cloke to couer the infection and filthines of their daunces.
The theeues thinking it had beene so many duckats of golde, searched no further: then they threw all my clothes in a bush, and hied them away, and as God would haue it, at their departure there fell from them an handkercher, and when I saw it, I rose from my Pallanchine or couch, and tooke it vp, and wrapped it together within my Pallanchine.
"Came up as usual to potter around the old house, I guess, but when he heard about Bard bein' here he changed his mind sudden and went home."
VON OHLEN, BERNADINE.
Take five or six and scald them, and cut them in pieces, then flea the skin from them, fry them in Butter very brown, then take them out, and put them between two Dishes with the Gravy of Mutton, Butter, and an Onyon, six Anchoves, Nutmeg, and salt to your taste, then put sops on your Dish, put fryed Parsley on the top of your Chicken being Dished, and so serve them.
Je suis bien content de vous trouver ici aujourd'hui; c'est un des plus beaux jours de notre siecle!"
May Singhi Breen, ed.
Caffeine, it will be remembered, is the methyl ester of theobromine, and can be prepared from it.
* * * * * V.A.D. There's an angel in our ward as keeps a-flittin' to and fro With fifty eyes upon 'er wherever she may go; She's as pretty as a picture and as bright as mercury, And she wears the cap and apron of a V.A.D. The Matron she is gracious and the Sister she is kind, But they wasn't born just yesterday and lets you know their mind; The M.O. and the Padre is as thoughtful as can be, But they ain't so good to look at as our V.A.D. She's a honourable miss because 'er father is a dook, But, Lord, you'd never guess it and it ain't no good to look For 'er portrait in the illustrated papers, for you see She ain't an advertiser, not our V.A.D. Not like them that wash a tea-cup in an orficer's canteen And then "Engaged in War Work" in the weekly Press is seen; She's on the trot from morn to night and busy as a bee, And there's 'eaps of wounded Tommies bless that V.A.D. She's the lightest 'and at dressin's and she polishes the floor, She feeds Bill Smith who'll never never use 'is 'ands no more; And we're all of us supporters of the harristocracy 'Cos our weary days are lightened by that V.A.D. And when the War is over, some knight or belted earl, What's survived from killin' Germans, will take 'er for 'is girl; They'll go and see the pictures and then 'ave shrimps and tea; 'E's a lucky man as gets 'er--and don't I wish 'twas me!
Cape Branco lies S.W. of Cape Cantin, or rather S. and by W. Behind Cape Branco there is a place called Hoden, six days journey inland on camels, which is not walled, but is much frequented by the Arabs and caravans, which trade between Tombucto, and other places belonging to the Negroes, and the western parts of Barbary.
Milk is also good, but it requires to be strengthened with Plasmon, or casein.
Macmillan), The Land of Heart's Desire, Countess Cathleen; from Synge, Riders to the Sea, The Playboy of the Western World, Deirdre of the Sorrows (John W. Luce).
CELINE, LOUIS FERDINAND.
BLANCHET, MARIE CHRISTINE.
Too, too secure in youthful pride, By them my friend, my Hoel, died, Great Cian's son; of Madoc old He ask'd no heaps of hoarded gold; Alone in Nature's wealth array'd, He ask'd and had the lovely maid.
JOUVENEL, GABRIELLE CLAUDINE (COLETTE) DE.
We dirty so many pairs of long white gloves, and it is cheaper to clean them at home.
At nine years old they had imaginations of climbing to Heaven to see what the gods were doing; they thought to make stairs of mountains, and were for piling Ossa upon Olympus, and setting Pelion upon that, and had perhaps performed it, if they had lived till they were striplings; but they were cut off by death in the infancy of their ambitious project.--Phaedra was there, and Procris, and Ariadne, mournful for Theseus's desertion, and Maera, and Clymene, and Eryphile, who preferred gold before wedlock faith.
Jimmy Spence, paying no attention to the accusations of the girl, gave the war-whoop which had formerly been so effective in the second act of "Pocahontas"--in which Jimmy had enacted the noble savage--and then he danced a jig that had done service in "Colleen Bawn."
At other times, when it is requisite to convene a public meeting of the inhabitants, it is made use of for that purpose.
Corinne Jordan is living on Gaines between Eighth and Ninth streets.
Mrs. J. L. Corzine (W); 7May62; R295050.
Party consisted of self, Bowers, P.O. Evans, Taylor, one tent; Evans, Gran, Crean, Debenham, and Wright, second tent.
INDEX Abbotsford Abercromby, Lady Mary (see also Dunfermline, Lady)-- Marriage letters from Lady John Russell letters from Lady Minto correspondence with Lord John Russell letter from Lord Minto visit of Lady John Russell mentioned in the letters Abercromby, Mr. Ralph, afterwards Lord Dunfermline Minister at the Hague Aberdeen, Lord-- The Ecclesiastical Titles Bill consents to form a Ministry and Lord John Russell and the Eastern Question and Reform Lord John's resignation Lord John's appreciation of resignation Abergeldie Castle Acton, Lord, "Historical Essays and Studies" Adams, Mr. Adelaide, queen of William IV Admiralty, the, Lord Minto at Mrs. Drummond's description "Adullamites," the Affirmation Bill, Gladstone's Alabama, case of the Albert Hall, foundation stone laid Albert, Prince Consort-- and Lord John Prussian sympathies visit to Pembroke Lodge and Italy at Coburg death "Trent" affair "Life of Prince Albert," otherwise mentioned Aldworth Allen, Grant, "Science in Arcady" Althorp, Lord and the Irish Coercion Bill Amberley, Lady death of Amberley, Lord, see also Russell, John-- Engagement defeated at Leeds returned for Nottingham maiden speech defeat in 1868 letters from Lady Russell death of otherwise mentioned American Civil War, the-- England's position seizure of the Southern Commissioners Lord Russell's speech on feeling in England Anderson, Dr., of Richmond Anti-Corn Law League bazaar at Manchester Armenian refugees at Pembroke Lodge Arrow, the, coasting vessel Athanasian Creed, the Aumale, Duc d' Austen, Jane "Emma," Austria-- Influence in Germany unpopularity of the Government and Denmark Palmerston's policy towards Conference of Vienna proposals of, and resignation of Lord John Russell and Italy after Solferino Peace of Villafranca and the proposed Congress at Zurich Prussian war on cession of Venetia cause of the Franco-German War Azeglio, Marquis d', Piedmontese Minister Balmoral Lord John Russell at Baring, Mr., Chancellor of the Exchequer tariff proposals Beaumont, Lord Bedford, (6th) Duke of Bedford, (7th) Duke of, letters from Lord Russell visit of Lord and Lady John Russell on the attacks on Lord John letter from Lady John death Bedford, (9th) Duke of Bennett, Rev. W.J.E., of St. Paul's Berlin, Lord Minto appointed Minister Bernard, Dr., acquitted Bernstorff, Count Berrys, the Miss Bessborough, Lord, Irish opinions on the Coercion Bill Birmingham, enfranchisement bombs manufactured in Bismarck, Count-- In Berlin and Palmerston declares war on Austria the Franco-German War Blyth, Miss Lilian Mrs. Wilfred Praeger letter from Lady Russell Blyth, Rev. F.C. Bognor, news of Reform at Boileau, Mr., letters to Lady Melgund Bonaparte, Louis Bourbons, the Napoleon's questions concerning Bowhill Bowood, Lady John Russell at Bowring, Sir John, cause of the war with China Bradlaugh Braico, Dr. Cesare Brazil, Emperor of, at Pembroke Lodge Bright, John-- Defeat of at Chesham Place speeches and Reform letter to Lady Russell otherwise mentioned British and Foreign School Society Broadstairs, visit of the Russells Brooke, Rev. A. Stopford, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Brooks's, news of Lord John's acceptance of the Colonial Seals Brougham, Lord-- and Lord Melbourne's dismissal and the Corn Law and William IV Browning, Robert Brunow, Baron, Russian ambassador Bryant, W.C. Bryce, Mr. James, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Brydone, Mrs., death Buccleuch, Duke of lends Bowhill to Lord John on Disraeli Buehler, Miss letters from Lady Russell Buller, Charles Buol, Count, Austrian Minister Burdett, Sir Francis, and Lord John Russell Burnet, Bishop Burns, Robert Byron, Lady Byron, Lord "Giaour," "Childe Harold," quoted Cairns, Lord, mentioned Campbell, Lord, "Lives" Canada, Governorship offered to Lord Minto Lady Fanny and the Patriots Cannes, Lord and Lady Russell at Canning, Lord Granville's correspondence with Canning, Sir Stratford, British Ambassador at Constantinople Carnarvon, Lord, resignation Castlereagh, Lord Catholic Emancipation Bill Cavour-- and Napoleon III resignation the terms of unity and Garibaldi otherwise mentioned Ceremonies, religious, Lady John Russell's opinion concerning Channing's, Dr., writings Charles X Chartist movement Chartres, Duc de Chelmsford, Lord, saying of Chenies, Lady Russell's funeral at Chester, Fenian attempt on the arsenal Chesterfield, Lord, "Letters" Chillon Chinese War, the Lord John Russell's speech Palmerston's policy Chorley Wood, Rickmansworth Christian, Princess, at Cannes Chronicle, the, and the Eastern Question Church of England the Gorham case Clarendon, Lady Clarendon, Lord-- Viceroy of Ireland at the Foreign Office letter to Lord Russell letter from Lord Russell despatch to Naples letter to Lord Granville Coalition Ministry, the results Cobden, Richard-- Oratory Lord William Russell on comments on Lord John, motion regarding the China measures defeat in 1857 Free Trade Treaty with France otherwise mentioned Cockburn, Lord Chief Justice, speech Coercion (Ireland) Bill Coombe Wood, Richmond Conservative Party, the-- "Moderate Reform" split on Catholic Emancipation position in 1852 Conspiracy to Murder Bill Corn Laws, the-- Lord John Russell's proposal repeal of Macaulay on Peel's measure repeal passed Cowley, Lord Cowper, William Cranborne, Lord, resignation of (see also Salisbury, (3rd) Marquis) Crimean War-- Events leading to victories Lord Malmesbury's report Bright's History cited French alliance Currie, Mr. Raikes Daily News, the-- and the Eastern Question attack on Lord John Lord Russell's letters on Baron Stockmar, article quoted Dante Davitt, Michael, "Leaves from a Prison Diary" Denmark, war with Schleswig-Holstein Derby, (14th) Earl of-- Ministry, 1851 fails to form a Government, 1855 cabinet, 1858 resignation in June denounces the Government's policy and the franchise resignation, 1868 illness otherwise mentioned Derby, (15th) Earl of (see Stanley, Lord) Dickens, Charles-- On the ragged schools "David Copperfield," at Pembroke Lodge congratulates Lord John Russell letters to Lady John Russell Lady Russell's preference for on Lord John Russell, quoted Dieppe, the Russells at Dillon, John, on Lord John's resignation Dillon, John, and Parnell Disraeli, Benjamin (Earl of Beaconsfield)-- personality Budget and Free Trade Lady John Russell, on on Lord John Russell's motion his Franchise Bill the Duke of Buccleuch on succeeds Lord Derby resignation letter to Lord Russell Parliamentary courage otherwise mentioned Drewitt, Dr. F.D. Drouyn, M. de L'Huys, resignation of Drummond, Mrs. (see also Lister, Adelaide) on the Minto family, quoted letter from Lady Russell Duff, Sir Mount Stuart Grant, letter to Lady Russell Dufferin, Lord, letter to Lady John Russell letter from Lady John Russell Dunfermline, Lady (see also Abercromby, Lady Mary) letters from Lady Russell death in Rome Dunrozel, Haslemere Durham, Bishop of, letter from Lord John Russell Durham, Lord, in Canada Eastbourne Eastern Question, the, events leading to the Crimean War Lord Palmerston's policy Gladstone on Ecclesiastical Titles Bill, the Edinburgh Edinburgh University Education, Lord Russell and Education Bill Mr. Forster's Act Elba, Napoleon in, Lord John Russell's account Eliot, George "Adam Bede," Lady Russell on, Elliot, Charles Lady Russell's brother Elliot, George Lady Russell's brother Elliot, George uncle of Lady Russell Elliot, Gilbert brother of Lady Russell Elliot, Gilbert, afterwards Dean of Bristol Elliot, Henry brother of Lady Russell mentioned in the letters goes to Australia visit of Elliot, John uncle of Lady Russell member of Parliament for Hawick Elliot, Lady Fanny, quotation from "Reminiscences of an Idler" description of, (see Russell, Lady John) Elliot, Lady Charlotte (see also Portal) mentioned in the letters Sir Henry Taylor and Elliot, Lady Harriet Elliot, Miss, daughter of the Dean of Bristol, a reference to Lord Russell Emerson, R.W. Endsleigh English society, Lady Russell on Etchegoyen, Comte d' Eugenie, Empress, and the Russells at Chislehurst Eversley, Lord Examiner, the, on Lord John Russell's resignation Exeter Hall, lecture by Lord John at meetings Factory children, education of, Bill for Farrington, Rev. Silas, letter to Lady Agatha Russell Fawcett, Professor, speech Fazakerlie, Miss Fenians, movement of 1867 Fitzmaurice, Lord "Life of Lord Granville" quoted Florence, robbers of the Russells in Foreign Exchanges, Mr. Goschen's book on Forster, W.E. the Elementary Education Act Fortescue, Chichester, Chief Secretary for Ireland Lord Russell's three pamphlets Fox, Charles James-- and Lord John Russell Napoleon on foreign policy otherwise mentioned Fox Club, the France-- The July revolution deposition of Louis Philippe and the Greek crisis and Denmark the coup d'etat of December, 1851 events leading to the Crimean War Cobden's Free Trade Treaty Franchise, Mr. Locke King's motion Franco-German War, outbreak Franklin, Sir John "Free Church," the Free Church of Scotland, establishment Free Church, Richmond, the memorial tablet Free Trade, the new principle Lady John and number of Free Traders in 1846 Froude, J.A., at Chesham Place on removal of Irish grievances "Life of Lord Beaconsfield," passage quoted Garbarino, Villa Gardiner, Dr. Garibaldi-- Cavour and and the Sicilian rebels attack on Naples at Pembroke Lodge letter to Lord John otherwise mentioned George III Napoleon on George IV, death Napoleon on story of Germany-- The Zollverein influence of French affairs on the Crown Princess the Franco-German War the Crown Prince and the war Gibbon, historian, appearance Gladstone, Right Hon.
He thought of the comfortable bed, of the admirable cuisine--he would hate to give them up.
If, on a summer's day, the dean's wife at Glanshammar had spread the tea table in the garden and along would come a gust of wind that lifted the cloth from the table and turned over cups and saucers, they knew who had raised the mischief!
HORMEL, OLIVE DEANE.
Some time after this the Sultan Bantilan died, and his son Alim-ud-deen was proclaimed sultan.
A maritime combat had not yet occurred in his life, and he wished to see how these modest and silent men who had made war on land and contemplated death at close range, would demean themselves.
CHARLES S. DENEEN Governor of Illinois The conservation of natural resources often necessitates the cooperation of neighboring States.
of Dineen's in the Royal Irish Academy (Stowe Collection, A. IV, I.) Dineen appears to have been a Cork or Kerry man and to have worked under the patronage of the rather noted Franciscan Father Francis Matthew (O'Mahony), who was put to death at Cork by Inchiquin in 1644.
Joseph F. Dinneen (A); 3Jul63; R318068.
The dolls were Winnie Harry, and Jack and Doreen Loo.
SEE Labayee-Couhat, Marie Louise Drouin.
King had known that there was a baby girl, long ago; that fact had been impressed on him with such rare eloquence that it had created a mental picture which, until now, had been vivid and like an indelible drawing; he had known, had he ever paused for reflection, which he had not, that a baby would not stay such during a period of eighteen years.
Eileen kept the little puppy.
The looms were watched by women, most of them bold, tawdry girls of fifteen or sixteen, or lean-jawed women from the hills, wives of the coal-diggers.
I have among my treasures a libation cup and a ushabti figurine--votive offerings from the Temple of Osiris, at Abydos.