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Thomas Power O'Connor, Holbrook Jackson - 1906
|This continued, I think, for a year, but I can't 6ay I found any correspondence |
between the two. ... correspondent's remarks and recollections of bygone boys'
papers, I am led to write a few words anent the cherished paper of my boyhood's
|This argument implies a want of perception which is not generally attributed to |
women. ... As for the objection that women in agitating for the oxtension of the
suffrage are only weaving a net to entrap husbands, it seems to me ... He did not
know whether it would be settled in the present generation, as the auditor had
almost ventured to think. ... lest they should go away entirely prepossessed by the
ideas which the auditor had inculcated, he would say a few words npon the other
side of ...
|heart is the welfare of the Society, and I can only say that if the Council only |
inaugurates a certain state of things by which the ... I b to second the resolution.
he Cmmnaa, having stated that Sir Coutts Lindsay was in Scotland, said :—The
Meeting will please ... I hope all bygones will be bygones [hear, hear], but I do
speak my mind when I say you had better take the concern into your own ... Mr.
Hurray Li'ran.—I cannot sit down and hear Lord Bury's accusation without saying
a few words.
|The schools of ornamental design now existing in England, both in London and |
other towns, are (says the lecturer) ... in reference to the masterpieces of bygone
ages, what roediavval is to Gothic, which former style would, we should ... I will,
however, say a few words on the South Kensington Museum and on the
renaissance style, which he deals with so severely. ... I can only say that all
classes of the population have reason to congratulate themselves at possessing
the most useful ...
|Ill. My dear Sir: "My young stock is showing up now so that I can tell something |
what I will have to sell that will please you. ... Just a few words in regard to these
birds. ... on looking him over very carefully in Judging him I discovered that he
had two or three stubs just starting on his shank and ... I explain this to you as I do
not want to send you a bird for the price you paid without your knowing just what
it is; but I ... Iowa Wfli'i'li OIPINGTOIS KELLLRSTRASS STRAIN Lay like slot
|During the whole course of his ministerial labours he has only once been |
prevented preaching on the Sabbath by illness. ... Eagerly did we fix our eyes on
the longed-for spot, and try to distinguish the form and character of the ruins. ...
anticipation we were in the midst of those colonnades and porticoes, and proud
memorials of the wealth and power of bygone ages. ... Another horseman now
galloped up, and, after speaking a few words to the former, rode off at speed
across the plain.
|He (Sir Dimsdale) was not one who could make_ long speecher, and certainly he |
ought not to do so ... ladle on the butter but he could speak what he meant, and
he, therefore, in as few words as possible, would convey to Bro. ... If it should be
his (Sir Dimsdale's) lot, by a fortunate coincidence, to be with him he wanted no
better man, no truer Englishman than Bro. Horace Brooks Mariihall. (Applause.)
He would merely wind up by saying of him, in the ~ r e Herbert: word' of old Geo g
|E. S. Anthony, Mr. H. S. W. Scott, Mr. Hanna, Mr. Coukey, Mr. Gibson, and others, |
did all they could to promote the ... It would be had been asked that night to say a
few words upon the tendencies of religious thought outside Unitarian Churches.
... When their chairman and he some twenty jears ago went into the fight against
what they deemed to be error, they found a compact ... It was only now and then
they had to put forward their old statement in conflict with the Churches of the day
|For the Devizes or Central Division of the county two brothers of the house of |
Ailebury have announced themselves ... The object of the crofters was to 7 show
Winans that in carrying out his policy of extermination he will ave to deal with ...
The only question for them to consider is, what terms they can make with the
newlyenfranchised electors—Truth. ... Chamberlain's recent utterances, and
trusts the Liberal party will lift up their voice and say thisis not a case for playing
with edge tools.
|Very few hymns indeed embody the highest thought of the soul when it would |
express itself in simple adoration ; the best ... every heart could join should be a
simpler matter, and notwithstanding many shortcomings, which the reader will
only ... Let them be manifested, Lord, One countless, sacred host, From overy
world and bygone time, From every clime and coast." The last line, or rather the
last word, conveys a sharp and narrow limitation of that which it has been the
whole object of ...