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|How soon, my Dear,* death may my steps *the poet's attend, husband How soon't |
may be thy lot to lose thy friend, We both ... of Lord Lyttelton's Advice to a Lady Be
plain in dress and sober in your diet; In short, my deary, kiss me, and be quiet.
|Wise Solomon, with all his rambling doubts, Might talk two hours, I guess, or |
thereabouts ; And yet, quoth he, " my elders, to their shame, Kept silence all, nor
answer did they frame." Dear me ! what else but silence should they keep ? ... Be
plain in dress, and sober in your diet ; In short, my deary, kiss me ! and be quiet.
|Jordan Willis, the Earl of Blackmore, has played with the heart of many a society belle—yet one stolen kiss impulsively planted on the soft, irresistible lips of the preacher's daughter proves his undoing.|
|Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley Take back the beauty and wit you bestow upon me; |
leave me my own mediocrity of agreeableness ... Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley Be
plain in dress, and sober in your diet; In short, my dear, kiss me and be quiet.
|Mandeville, Bernard It is far more impressive when others discover your good |
qualities without your help - Manners, Miss Fidelity to conscience ... Mayer, Louis
B Be plain in dress, and sober in your diet; In short, my dear, kiss me and be quiet
|These short December days were very bad for trade of any kind, and the thought |
of harsh words and cruel blows made Jack ... She murmured aloud, " Oh, Geoffry,
my darling, where are you this bitter night ? ... And, going to Jack, she kissed him
gently, and he, feeling the soft, warm lips touch his, murmured, " Mother ! mother !
... Therefore she answered, very softly : " Pray, dear Eleanor, tell me the story of
your 4ife in this quiet evening hour, for I am sure it has been an eventful one.
|That girl in your story is well enough— suits me in every way, and all that, but you |
don't meet that kind in every-day life. There's ... look, the quiet elegance which
you, in your superior wisdom " — Jim kissed my hand — " think means wealth. ...
Oh, yes, they're plainly dressed, and it's equally plain what that sort of get-up
costs. ... My taste isn't " "Wait a minute, my dear," said I, smiling at the expression
on the handsome face, the classic nose capable of a most disgusted tilt on
|He had been very sober and quiet all the way. but now his eyes began to dance. |
... Dear lad,” l said, “ l am walking in the dark. ... He patted my cheek, put food into
my mouth, chattered nonsense as though l were a baby, and petted me with ...
when he found me reestablished, he kissed me on the forehead and dashed out,
calling that he would be back before long. .... highly becoming dress at the feast,
with neat jacket and short skirt blazing with gold embroidery, she now wore a
|“That girl in your story 15 well enough—suits me in every way, and all that, but |
you don't meet that kind in every-day life. ... Oh, yes, they're plainly dressed, and
it's equally plain what that sort of get-up costs. ... You needn't describe them for
me. i\ly taste isn't— ” “Wait a minute, my dear," said I, smiling at the expression on
the ... and so fall short of the effect they aim at. ... the 'feathers-on-a-duck' look, the
quiet elegance which you, in your superior wisdom "—Jim kissed my hand—“
|The priest frequently bowed and prostrated himself at full length before the |
pictures, and kissed the picture of Christ. ... “One would think you did it on
purpose, my dear children," she said, cheerfully, as she trotted from one room to
the other, ... The smiling lady nodded meaningly at her niece, who was sitting on
a stool at her feet, in 0. plain little stuff dress, with all ..... pet-I've been thinking that
perhaps our quiet old house ulp yonder, which suite a sober old fogy like me we
enough, may ...