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|Thus, T. Clarkson says, " Many looked upon the Abolitionists as monsters" ("|
Slave Trade," ii. ... "Dissertation on Roast Pig," punningly suggests a method by
which the absent may keep their memory green: "Presents, I often say, endear
|A Absence Absence, hear thou my protestation Against thy strength, Distance |
and length. John Hoskins (1566-1638) English ... really have no absent friends.
Elizabeth Bowen (1899-1973) British novelist Presents, I often say, endear
|T. H. Bayly Presents, I often say, endear absents. Charles Lamb I was court-marti |
ailed in my absence, and sentenced to death in my absence, so I said they could
shoot me in my absence. Brendan Behan Heart soon forgets what the eye sees ...
|276 (1678). Comte dc Bussy-Robutin used (he some comparison for love: "|
Absence is lo love what wind is lo fire; it extinguishes the small, it enkindles the
greal." (in Histoirc Amoureuse ties Cautes). 1 1 "Presents," I often say, "endear
|"Presents," I often say, "endear absents." CHARLES LAMB, (1775-1834) British |
essayist, critic. Essays of Elia, "A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig" (1820-23). How
like a winter hath my absence been From thee, the pleasure of the fleeting year!
|For with G. D., to be absent from the body is sometimes (not to speak profanely) |
to be present with the LOI'CI. Oxford in the Vacation. A clear fire, a clean hearth,
and the ... Presents, I often say, endear Absents. A Dissertation upon 480
|Disappointed to learn that his sweetheart will not be joining him for a first holiday season in a rural Irish community, doctor Barry Laverty busies himself by caring for his patients and struggling to outmaneuver the manipulations of a ...|
|Illusion will soon rally from a consideration ot the natural etfects of absence |
treated as a general question; yet such ... Thus, he says, is affection and every
other motive of life in the generality rooted out by the present busy scene about
them. ... Ve are even ready to grantgvith Prolgssor \Vilsidi-i: that nothing
endears one's friends to a good-hearted man so much ... for a particular value is
always set on the faculty of ignoring the present, as implying higher powers of
mind ands refined ...
|... the writer has often done, a group of little negro children running to meet their |
master on his return home after a few days' absence, clinging to the skirts of his
coat, and vociferating the endearing expression, Tata come, Tata come, and say
|depending upon me, or any faithful pastor, say others; they would ingratiate |
themselves, that they may engross you, and ... 18 But it is good to be zealously
affected always in a good thing, and not only when I am present with you. ... This
the apostle desires that the Galatians should be, and that as well when he was
absent from them, as when he was present with them. ... The endearing title
which the apostle gives to the apostatizing Galatians : he calls them children, little
children, his ...