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- 88 pages
|If I cannot fish with you, I would like to serve in some way." "You ... They walked |
up the road together to the old man's shack and went in through its open door. ... "
That's easy. I can always borrow two dollars and a half." "I think perhaps I can too.
But I try not to borrow. First you ... The old man's head was very old though and
with his eyes closed there was no life in his face. ... "The great Sisler's father was
never poor and he, the father, was playing in the big leagues when he was my
|IF you but saw how nightly are uplifted To starless skies tired eyes that cannot |
close, How vain desires on reflueut waves .... The moonlight fell full on their faces
, and Mr. Perkins. peering through the bushes, recognized Henry Martin, a likely
... into an easy-chair beside im: "I knew that something would happen tonighti
What do you think oi my prcsentiment now, Mr. ... Can one sleep in those little,
boxed-up shelves, like the niches of the Catacombs ? and what do fat men, and
tall men, ...
- 90 pages
|Well, you have. Injuns ornery! It's the most ignorant idea that ever — why, Jim, |
they're the noblest human beings that's ever been in the ... But if an Injun tells you
a thing, you can bet on it every time for the petrified fact; because you can't get an
Injun to lie, ... You'd see that splendid gigantic Injun come war-whooping down
on his wild charger all over paint and feathers ... Why, Mars Tom, ef I'd a knowed
what Injuns reely is, I pledges you my word I'd — well, you jes' count me in, dat's
Albion Winegar Tourgée - 1882
|IN the dusk, within my chamber, I sat and sadly pondered— Ponderod o'er life's |
problems with my hand upon my ... I said again : ' ' If blessing is in store, oh tell
me how Release will come, and joy and peace? Say ... when will it be?" And
through the open casement promptly came the answer ' ' N-n-now !' ' Half In fear
and half in ... —ONE eye on de overseer en t'er one on de mule don't make do
furrer strait. ... Have you suffered bereavement or sfliiction'l Can I do anything to
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week, taking advantage of the LIIREIIAL ... I'- We will be pleased to mail you our
I70-page illustrated Prenilum Lint. Will] Price List. WE PAY FREIGIIT and allow
unis to ... I had a fancyif I cou come to this place I should discover something that
would el me to unriddle my life's mystery, but it has aded like all the rest. .... Elly
God l" he exclaimed, like one half-dazed by some sudden shock, " can it be the
|Six months will soon pass. ... I'll go there often until you come back. and we can |
be married the moment you land. It is a splendid compliment, and I'd like other
people to know how clever you are." For the ... Jerry, dear old stupid blunderer,
should not pass through the same de ths of misery if he could ... I have changed
my mind. ... “Wait until you've had your dinner, and then go around to make
inquiries? ... Twenty pounds would give him an easy mind, and the thing was
Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1875
|They trace these words where her gaze is fixt— “ My boy's, my Jamie's ha/irl" |
There is even a smile on the withered face, ... and more circumlocutory to be got
through with on the occasion than just what's in the prayer-book, for that's all I can
stand. ... Well, Jim, what makes you think there will be prayer-book with the
variations 7” “ Oh, well, I attended a ritualistic ... big as a platter; and she sits there
'just as easy, reading ' Pope's Essay on Man,' and here I'm all in a worry; but I can'
t help it.
|In the background we have indicated a reminiscence of Millai's picture of last |
year, like a lightning safety-rod, ... Oh I that we could escape from this life of
drudgery — even to change the tyranny would make life sweeter. ... man carry his
head proudly in the world ; and, thank God, I know of no act of mine that should
cause me to blink before my ... strengthening each other in our trials, and when
we sleep in death, a good conscience will be our easy pillow. ..... You alvays
goes through it.
|don't get me out mighty quick, I'll die here-the smell is killin'. .... It has also a most |
important property, namely, that of regulating the interchange of fluids through the
walls of the vessels, ... Their glory dawned on us in a dream of life's golden prime
—and far away seems now that down, as if in another world, beyond ... “Why, Sir,"
he replied, “if you come to conscience, I don't know that I can. ... \Vould to God,“
said Tom, sobbing like the rest, “that my poor father had lived to enjoy it himself!
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