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|Jefferson, Thomas At last now you can be what the old cannot recall and the |
young long for in dreams, yet still include ... One of the aged greatest miseries is
that they cannot easily find a companion able to share the memories of the past.
|The edition includes a select bibliography, a synopsis of each book, a glossary of terms, a glossary and index of names, and a general index.|
|Yet unless we,lea.rn the lesson of our narrow escape, the twentieth century may |
find Uncle Sam in more than one tight place. __',>____. ... “Beatrice and 1," not
the queen , peers of the realm. statesmen of every political misery. The late ... 0n
the sea in war-time, as on the chess board, the game cannot be won without the
pawns. At or That i ___'. ... The fact that they belonged to one of the greatest
intellects of the age, made Gladstone what he was, the lmriing man of his time.
More than ...
|"I have entirely lost my memory, except when it is aroused by perpet- tual |
subjects of vexation. " Two years later he wrote the ... But even at this late date
one cannot recognize the invasion of mental disease. Misery and despondency
there was, ...
|The long-protracted misery had eaten into their nature, and principle, though it |
could make them forgive, could not make them forget it. ... Here, it may be said,
they only undergo their share of the unavoidable hardships of life. ... of the way of
the evils of poverty — not even able to recognise what it is that produces their
sufferings — □while the parents have at ... to be easily affected by accidental
circumstances'; and it cannot safely be asserted that the thirty in one thousand,
from whose ...
|One day he wrote to his friend Bernard Barton, “1 have only cough and cramp |
upon me now, and we sleep three in a bed. ... “I 'i I cannot too strongly
recommend young people to make acquaintance with the. writings of Charles
Lamb. ... Help," “Herbert,” and “The Christening," we recognize a master's hand,
—not a great master in verse, but a very devout and skilful one. ... Should chance
ever lead any of my readers when in England to visit Edmonton, in Middlesex,
they will find the ...
|Though it may lack in polish of expreuion, it -will awaken memories of early |
pioneer life among many of our readers.'En.] 0, Etta! When we first came West, ()
ur dimes werc scarce and few; And though we tried to hold them fast We found
they scarccr grew. .... I have done my best for you night after night, because I saw
your misery was greater than mine. ... His resigned air showed a mind free from
worldly vanities. lie was far past the age when one strikes attitudes. lie was
|We like the " Spy," the " Pioneers," the " 1 r ! and what stores of I hic the „ Pilo, and |
the Red Rover lhey are v( A ... race of English novelists — what the middling or
indifferent amongst them may fancy is not easily to be imagined, (for there is no ...
that were I as great a fool as my neighbor, I would be happy ; but it would be a
happiness, my friend, which I do not envy. .... the living, who cannot find room to
pass from one river to the other without displacing the mouldering rolics of past
|One day he wrote to his friend Bernard Barton, "I have only cough and cramp |
upon me now, and we sleep three in a bed. ... On the other hand, it must be said
that both the great parties of the country have justified the practice by their action.
... whole Government in Republican hands than it loudly demanded that they
should one and all be amnestied, and allowed to ... and held out against the
Regulars; but finding themselves about to be overcome, they began to commit
many reckless, ...