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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.
Daniel Sharp Ford - 1879
|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 ...
|The death of M. Rbnan last Sunday is mourned by France as a national calamity, |
and a national funeral has been ... But Tennyson's loss is one infinitely greater
than that of Rbnan, and it will be felt in millions of households throughout ... the
greatest man of letters of the Victorian Age, he had won universal recognition as
a poet, and all nations will share in our mourning. What public honours may be
paid to his memory we cannot yet say ; but certainly, if a grave in Westminster
Abbey is ...
|cramp, which comes on suddenly, tVu9 -i^*1 of the disease is slow in manifesting |
itself. The iivst thing »ol-M!ed is a stiffness and an inability to perform certain
movements- At first this may seem but a feeling of great weariness ; the interval
between the ... We hear such sufferers say that they cannot lift their hands to their
heads, or that their feet feel as heavy as lead. ... He had no one to speak to, for no
one was allowed to see him but the keeper of the prison, and he, of course, was
|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, ...
|Mr. Torrance in his will has treated her most handsomely, and Lady Caroline, |
when at the age of thirty she meets the object ... the generous girl's imagination
with bis forecasts of great truths written to instruct and benefit mankind and great
fame ... by the memory of her first husband, to whose money she owes her
present happiness ; but Beaufort takes things as they ... not very old, quite able to
enjoy all the good things of this life, and who have got them, thank Heaven ! in a
|Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.|
|and they and their accomplishments must stand aside, to make way for more |
youthful and more able professors. ... their share of former splendour; their
brothers and sisters are married, and find that the concerns oftheir own families,
their own ... on one who has nothing to bequeath, and cannot add any thing to
the general stock of cheerfulness and amusement. .... I may add, that her l years
from youth to age have not been passed in vain atl tempts to gain a partner for life
, nor has her ...
|You i — who iuui but one life to give Your country (such your last regret)You gave |
ten thousand lives that live, in giving ... Reaching Chicago by the St. Lawrence
and the circuit of the Great Lakes, the seafaring lady moored her little ship in the
... are her own disciples (three of the crew her foster-sons) and all are able
helpers in her evangelical and benevolent work. ... ()hit:lgo,writcstothe Young
Pcople's Weekly: “You cannot quite see what this remarkable woman is till you
see her in her ...