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|"Of Witnesses there are many,” said he " My brethren and neigi L"*rs will all |
speak for me. ... And old Grayfoot, the horse, stood just at his right, While around
on the other side, just coming in sight, Was a crowd of ... They were lowly cries,
but they turned to prayer, And floating upward had rested there Close by the ear
of Him who says, "I will hear the cries of my ... to say Those sweet old words, “
Forgive, I pray; " Sin's last sad cry: he was silent there ; He was dmmb, with such
woful need ...
Henry Davenport Northrop - 1895 - Read
|'Of witnesses there are many," said he “My brethren and neighbors will all speak |
for me. ... And old Grayfoot, the horse, stood just at his right, While around on the
other side, just coming in sight, Was a crowd of ... They were lowly cries, but they
turned to prayer, And floating upward had rested there Close by the ear of Him
who says, “I will hear the cries of my ... Those sweet old words, “Forgive, I pray;"
Sin's last sad cry: he was silent there ; He was dmmb, with such woful need of
|THERE was once in the United States a political candidate who prepared a |
speech with which to open his campaign. ... One of the most important of all
qualities that a maker of speeches requires is the faculty of judgment in dealing
with an ... and modern, who spent miserable years in acquiring their great powers
; some of them are true, and some of them may be. ... and great powers of mind
can, it is true, be schooled and directed by a systematic nature, but the s eaker's
words do not ...
|Not many of them do, but some of them, and that is because they did not come |
anywhere near telling the truth on the stump or ... Mr. JAMES. The gentleman did
not hear the amendment read. The SPEAKER. A gentleman desiring to interrupt
the ... But are there any Democrats in the House or the next House not already
named on this Ways and Means Committee? ... the Lord knows you have been at
sea most of the time and hardly floating above water without even a spar to ride
|This is going back to China; this is going back to some of those other countries. ... |
Mr. Speaker, and even before our great Sergeant at Arms stands there and says,
Madam Speaker, for the first time in the history of the country, the President of ...
|was held up to our admiration as the means ofenabling diverse opinions to jostle |
each other good-temperedly and without ariot under ... We crave for uniformity
where uniformity is a weakness, and we abandon with a light heart just those
bonds and ... A civilisation ceases to be individual if it escapes from its own moral
moorings and floats about on a surface of irregular ... We may imagine that if
there were no such thing as a pair of lovers left in the world, all the vocabulary of
love might ...
|It says, also, that of those who had reached the army, a large number of them |
desert upon the first opportunity, go over to the lines of ... "Deserters from the
rebels“— yee, men that you sent there and took our money to pay them —and are
passed back ... But do not, for God's sake, ever again let us hear, either here or
elsewhere, of the excessive loyalty of gentlemen who ... Mr. Speaker, (I do not
propose to prolong this discussion until cockcrowing, and should not have said a
single word ...
|And she hegan:— " You must know, my dear love, that there are heings in the |
elements which hear the strongest ... Many a fisherman has heen so fortunate as
to catch s view of a delicate maiden of the waters, while she was floating and
singing ... But what need of saying more ? You ... soul ; unahle to utter a word, he
gazed upon the sweet speaker with a fixed eye. ... have no other means of
ohtaining a soul than hy forming with an individual of your own the most intimate
union of love.
|364 burning chamber is still there. For me, I love a cooler abode. ... I “ I am one,”.|
said the masked speaker; “ I would see somewhat ofyour city ; give me a cast
ofyour of-l fice along the most notable streets, if you call them so, ' and ... They are
floating on the deep blue waters ; the' stran er reclines under the half-drawn
awning. ... What character does he hear 'I” “ It is not for such as myself, signore, to
talk of those so far above me.” “ Nay, thy words need not flow so niggardly to me.
|WHAT A WAY WITH WORDS, YOU THINK AS you try to absorb Don DeLillo's |
The Day ... There is Budge, an elderly widower who may or may not have serious
health problems but whose most urgent need is to talk ... If you like that sort of
thing, you can float blissfully on the darkening tide of the wit, relieved by lighter
whimsy and some grimly compelling wisdom. ... as "Use cliches; tell me
something I can believe" and "I never watch television; I listen to it — the whole
point is the audio.