Nobody ever keeps a diary except a boy that wants to be an angel, and with the angels stand, or a girl that is in love, or an old maid that can't catch a man unless she writes down her emotions and leaves them around
This fate came to him becauseas the world knowsit happened that for a period of ten years in comparative youth, he wrote an interesting and honest diary.
Pity only that you did not read the diary to me before.
He began this diary in 1659, while he was still a poor clerk living with his wife in a garret, and ended it in 1669, when, although he had emerged from obscurity, his greater honors had not yet been set on him.
John Evelyn (1620-1706) and Samuel Pepys (1633-1703) left diaries, which give interesting pictures of the times.
"Oh, you found the diary, then," said Darrow easily.
On the other days he compiled the letters of business, and in the night filled up his diary, digested his remarks, and wrote private letters to his friends in England, and particularly to those of his college, whom he continually exhorted to perseverance in study.
She no longer opened her diary.
What is it?" Moved by his sympathy, I gave him this diary to read, and poured out my very soul to him.
Draxy took out her little diary.
For more than ten years I have neglected my diary, partly because I was no longer alone, but had a friend and companion in "the Solitary," partly because I was busy with the building of the schoolhouse.
Mém. de Goncourt, quoting a MS. diary of Hardy, p. 35.
He drew from his inner coat the baron's diary and handed it to the judge.
Globe will print Goebbels' diaries.
And on the first page: 'Send this diary to my widow.
Fraulein Tenger wrote her book in her old age when she had lost her diaries, but enough of her reminiscences remain to prove Thayer's ingenious guesses correct.
Many causes there are existing, both in the best and the worst parts of our nature, which must render nugatory and deceitful any continued diary of what passes through the human soul; and no such confessions could, we humbly conceive, be of use either to ourselves or to the world.
I interrupted my diary for some time, not because I had lost the zest for it, nor because I did not feel the necessity for writing, but simply because I was in a state of mind which words cannot express.
And beside her he laid the baron's diary!
On the table lay the diary.
Lieutenant Doane to-day requested me to loan him this diary from which to write up his records, as the condition of his thumb has interfered with his use of a pen or pencil.
But, a diaryoh, he loves diaries!
1855 Defeat of Aberdeen MinistryLord John's Mission to ViennaHe accepts Colonial Office in Palmerston GovernmentVienna ConferenceHis resignationLady John's diary and letters CHAPTER IX.
" Whether this strain permeated the diary which Lady Mary left behind her when she eloped in 1712, and which was destroyed by one of her sisters, no one can say; but it is a curious fact that the diary she kept in later years was destroyed by her devoted daughter, Lady Bute.
McAfee MSS.; one of the McAfees went along and preserved a rough diary of dates.