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|"The person whose doors I enter with the most pleasure, and quit with most regret|
, never did me the smallest favor" William Hazlitt. "Thou shalt arise, and have
mercy upon Zion: for the time to favour her, yea, the set time, is come". Ps 102:1 ...
|FAVORS 1 Our friends are generally ready to do everything for us, except the |
very thing we wish them to do. WILLIAM ... The person whose doors I enter with
most pleasure, and quit with most regret, never did me the smallest favour.
|attain the highest excellence, sanctioned by the highest authority, that of time. - |
Hazlitt, William ... Hazlitt, William The person whose doors I enter with most
pleasure, and quit with most regret, never did me the smallest favor. - Hazlitt,
|Geraniums are her favourites ; but she does not love others less that ahe loves |
these more. ... of certainly not more than two or three, as small and humble as the
smallest and humblest in our village of S ; and (such is the ... He afterwards
expressed a regret to me that he had not taken that morning, before we plunged
into engagements, ... I had the pleasure at breakfast of sitting next Mr. Babbage,
whose name is so well known among us as the author of the self-calculating
|(3) the smallest. the least Of heaven's living eyes— Triumph, 391. ... Who seek |
est most when least pursuing, - . ... And least of strength and beauty did abide. ...
tanned skin of any beast. And with a piece of leather overlaid .... Horn. Merc. VIII.
4. Leave, v. tr. (1) depart from or abandon a person. ... Leave me ; the books you
brought Calderon, I. 4. to leave you, Sir, without Just saying — — - I. 20. ... Oh,
never think that I will leave you, Mother ! .... Of the regret that pleasure leaves,
|She had a natural propensity to contemplate agreeable subjects, and her mind |
spontaneously turned to all the more beautiful ... character — and to the highest
views of God's goodness to man ; while even the very smallest attainable
pleasures or ... therefore, had, when first announced, filled her with unmitigated
mortification and regret, yet, nevertheless, from the ... She never enters this room
except to ask some favor ; and never goes away without leaving the print of her
footsteps on ...
|Now, we might leave the door open until I o'clock, and wc_miglit take in two or |
three at 2 o'clock, but nothing later. Now,-therc maybe some more who did not
understand about that special train leaving tomorrow evening at 7:30. ,Ii there ...
Personally, I shall never regret my coming to South Africa as consul general, for I
have learned much that has been and ... No man shoul enter the consular service
under the present remuneration (locality of course governs) without means of his
|I do declare I don't see how you can make out to grow richer an' poorer at the |
same time. ... There were still blind movements of the heart toward generosity, but
she had grown more and more skillful at soothing her conscience ... she knew
that a small present of money now and then would have been a great help, but
she never could make up her mind to ... it was more than likely that she would
leave her farm and savings to the boys ; she was not a person to speak roughly to
, or one ...
|said the devil " Done" said Milker, So they shook bands and struck the bar- (|
wears' time saw Tom Walker seated behind his □laiimcounting-house ... Indeed,
one might 'hen he had tinned most durine the week, by fur of his Sunday
|Like Gauguin (and most men, I think), I am a wanderer at heart, tempted on a |
regular basis to chuck it ... My curiosity has led me to remote corners of the planet
with ne'er-do- well shag bags in the dusty red outback ... by regrets: Why could I
never settle down, stop in one beautiful place or another, or stay with one
intriguing woman or another? .... Young painters come from around the world to
paint here, living in small huts surrounding the re-creation of Gauguin's House of