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|There is only one thing he could learn from me in return, but that he has not. He |
was the first poet I ever knew. His genius at that time had angelic wings, and fed
on manna. He talked on for ever; and you wished him to talk on for ever.
|While he sang 'Sweet Adeline', 'at the top of his voice', Larwood and Voce ran off |
like burglars caught carrying swag. ... You could say of him exactly what Hazlitt
said of Coleridge: 'He talked on for ever; and you wished him to talk on for ever.
|You'll have to drive over some rough terrain, but there's a shed north of that tree |
with enough gas to fill you up, and maybe a little bit ... One thing he never told me
was his name, and I wish I would have asked. But he slumped over soon after he
finished talking, and I left him there on the side of the road in the dust and dirt.
|Q. Did you know him at the time he was a candidate for State Senator from the |
Twenty-first Senatorial District? A. I did not know ... A. I heard it talked of. Q. What
are ... A. I wished him success, and that is about all. Q. What did ... Q. Did you and
he ever talk as to what he would do for you if he was elected Senator? A. I did not
|Did you know him at the time he was a candidate for State Senator from the |
Twenty—first Senatorial District? A. I did not know it ... A. I heard it talked of. Q.
What are ... A. I wished him success, and that is about all. Q. What did ... Q. Did
you and he ever talk as to what he would do for you if he was elected Senator? A.
I did not.
|We repeatedly talked it over. What did he say to you ? ... Did he go to chapel but |
once whilst you were with him? — Only once. ... Have you ever heard Mr. Hunt's
friends speak of the waler in Mr. Hunt's presence? — Yes, frequently. ... Yes, he
wished me to petition the Houseof Commons against Mr. Bridle. Did you ever
|You gotta know how to jump in. ... “Nobody plays guitar I've ever heard of except |
for Les Paul. ... offering counsel, told him that he had a lot to look forward to and
that he could build on what he started and someday trade up, if he wished.
|“I do not know the reason for Mr Cavendish's absence and I have never thought |
of Frederick Mercer as anything other than the friend of ... I shall be frank, as you
have the habit of being, I find him foolish, uninteresting and untrustworthy! ... How
could she ever like a man such as him? ... Was it just Isabella who thought that, or
had Mary already been talking of it? ... He wished to take her away from Old
Easton as quickly as possible to avoid her seeing Isabella being united to the
man he ...
|He never regained his popularity and in 1953 retired to become an agent. He |
spent his ... Roy Fox was a hell of a nice guy but I wished he didn't play that
trumpet! The first time ... Lew Stone, good arranger, but did you ever hear him