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|Cuppy, Will Nowadays, manners are easy and life is hard. - Disraeli, Benjamin If |
a man has good manners and is not afraid of other people he will get by, even if
he is stupid. - Eccles, David Good manners are made up of petty sacrifices.
|Christopher Morley Man is the only animal that can remain on friendly terms with |
the victims he intends to eat until he eats ... Solomon Ibn Gabirol If a man has
good manners and is not afraid of other people, he will get by even if he is stupid.
|If he does, you must be presented to him ; because it is lucky for young people." " |
Oh I know the Bishop very well indeed ; he has always been most kind to me. If
he comes, I shall go at once,- and see him." Julia, with all her good manners, ...
|If he does, you must be presented to him ; because it is lucky for young people. ... |
]ulia, with all her good manners, could not help looking, and almost expressing
her surprise; while Rose coloured deeply, not because of the Bishop, but through
fear that she might have spoken rashly. ... A diversion, in the best sense of the
word. ... do not. If he were stupid, could he get at least fifty rough men to admire
him, and to obey his Orders?" “ He has an extraordinary gift of being liked," said
|Containing Interesting and Valuable Papers, Not Hitherto Published Jonathan |
Swift, Thomas Roscoe ... I have known the court of England under four reigns, the
two last hut for a short time; and whatever good manners or ... Men of wit and
good understanding, as well as breeding, are sometimes deceived, and give
offence by conceiving a better ... The same Scipio, when he and Hannibal met
before the battle, if the fact be true. ... Cromwell, the day he refused the kingship
out of fear ...
|Containing interesting and valuable papers not hitherto published, and an |
autograph letter Jonathan Swift Thomas Roscoe ... I have known the court of
England under four reigns, the two last hut for a short time; and whatever good
manners or politeness I observed in ... Men of wit and good understanding, as
well as breeding, are sometimes deceived, and give offence by conceiving a
better opinion of ... The same Scipio, when he and Hannibal met before the battle
, if the fact be true.
|The waverer is ever the most miserable and restless of men : he has neither the |
possession of the false peace of this world, ... So neither you nor the fair Mabel
will fix a day to come to me 7" said Mr. Durnsford to the squire, as they walked ... I
am not inclined to leave home just at present," replied his host; adding with a
rather embarrassed manner, " ] am getting old ... his own fireside ! You are not
afraid of another fall > Crown nervous like a fine lady ! Your father did not do so. '
If a man ...
|Yet Drian's contributions to Harper': Bazar have tions for u Mildred Cram story |
that would madden that art will appear in an ... I can trust you? I'm ver_v much
alone. I need you. . . Confound these people! There are things I want to say to
you. If I come ... I'm_ not afraid of you, if that's what you mean. ... He had preferred
misunderstanding to stupid acceptance of the bad or the good in him: his position
assured him ... Other men hunted, gambled, traveled, studied, fought for wealth or
|Now these were his, and he doubted not that if he kept them they would change |
each night into a golden coach. ... He washed his face—and people about him
There was Someone molds. began to find that it was a beautiful face. ... a coach
as he had is one in which each person rides alone—you remember that not even
the Prince rode with Cinderella. ... with gold and sprinkled with jewels. “ Now you
will win the prize, Alfredo," she said. “ Be not afraid. Sing to them the Song of the