"Why, he's goin' to old Ike's," exclaimed the Elder.
In the meantime, if you are a wise little girl, you will run back to bed and leave your elders to settle their own affairs.
I've told th' Elder about your verses, an' showed him the hymn you wrote when you was tryin' to give it all up about the land.
"Who you t'ink out-dere?" asked Pliny the elder of his consort, with a very significant look.
Rats, pigeons, dogs, and Saturday night eye openerstoned down with canary breeding, ale- supping, herb-gathering, and Sunday afternoon bakingstill retain a mild hold upon the affections of the people, and many of the youthful race are beginning to imitate their elders admirably in all these little particulars.
" "But we do deny itwe do deny it!" cried the elders.
And so on a late winter afternoon in the quiet of the Council-House, Joel Rae was ordained an Elder after the order of Melchisedek; with power to preach and administer in all the ordinances of the Church, to lay on hands, to confirm all baptised persons, to anoint the afflicted with oil, and to seal upon them the blessings of health.
He's coming up here again to-morrow with two more loads of buckets, sir: if 'twouldn't be too much trouble for you to come here agin so soon," added poor Ike, grasping at the chance of seeing the Elder again.
" Just the other side of the narrow entry sat the Elder, leaning both his elbows on the table, and looking over at the vacant place where the night before, and for thirty nights before, Draxy had sat.
It is true that the very first exhibits they saw, the lions outside the building, the first paintings they encountered, made an appreciable impression on them; but after this they followed their elders through the interminable crowded halls of the museum, their legs aching with the effort to keep their balance on the polished floors, their eyes increasingly glazed and dull.
As they neared the horses Jack came upon them, and taking the elder, Gabe, in the shadow of the house, he whispered: "Have the soldiers' pistols?" "Yes, sah.
" The following is given upon the authority of Rev. ORANGE SCOTT, of Lowell, Mass. for many years a presiding elder in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
And Boaz called the elders to witness, saying, "Ruth the Moabitess, the wife of Mahlon, have I purchased to be my wife, to raise up the name of the dead upon his inheritance, that the name of the dead be not cut off from among his brethren, and from the gate of his place.
We just aped our elders.
" "I hope you were successful," remarked the elder Miss Clark politely.
Little girl: modest and timid in her manners, not apt to address her elders until spoken tohair braided neatly and tied with blue ribbonwhite apron over dark dressdoing patchwork with a pleased expression.
Four days journey farther is the country of Molhat, full of strong mountains, the inhabitants of which obey an elder who resides in the country of Alchesisin, and they do not believe the doctrine of Mahomet.
I call you to witness, that this nation "(mentioning its name)" is unjust, and does not carry out the principles of justice: however, we will consult the elders in our own country concerning those matters, by what means we may obtain our rights.
"Yes, Ike, thank you, I'm always well," replied the Elder absently.
"It may be well, Signore Soranzo, to do this homage to the right," returned the elder.
The mention of them will confer upon him a unique glory and will afford the elder among you an innocent pleasure while giving the younger men an exact instruction in the character and constitution of the government.
Each came here to perform his task, and then, his work ended, went to join his elders in that slumber of eternity where the great fraternity of humankind was fulfilled.
"Let the elders that rule well, be counted worthy of double honour, especially they who labour in the word and doctrine."1
Meanwhile, in 1548, Michelangelo lost the elder of his surviving brothers.
The state- envoys sent to Syracuse in the year 262 transact business with Dionysius the elder, who ascended the throne eighty-six years afterwards (348).