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PUSS TANNER’S DEFENCE, A Story. RICHARD MALCOLM JOHNSTON. A LAODICEAN: a Novel. RDY. ‘ as by George du Maurier—“ What an escape !'” e 4 Thomas EDITOR’S EASY CHAIR. ... The Young Disraeli and Endymion—Modern Oratory and the Great Days—Nathaniel Hawthorne again. EDITOR'S LITERARY RECORD. EDITOR'S HISTORICAL RECORD. ...
EDITOR'S NOTE—This is the first of a series of articles on the great corners in staple American commodities. ... That day June wheat closed at ninety- three and a half. Next morning, the sound of the gong seemed to have un- leashed the furies of trade. ...
We close for the present with a few pas- sages selected from light reading :— ‘Clairon, the great French tragic actress, seems to have been an actress before she saw a theatre. ... The Editor’s Table. 217 We are very glad to draw near the close of our labors for the month. ...
the corner in which it is designed to stand, but sometimes from the fact that we have to do things in a hurry. ... We take the closing sentence: ‘“‘ How many are will- ing to brave a long life of severe conflict that their memories may not perish with themselves—that they may hear, though it may be but one blast from ...
We heard with pleasure the other evening, at a church-hall near the corner of Bleecker- street and Cottage-Place, a discourse from the lips of a young negro clergyman, a Mr. ... ‘I have,’ said he, ‘ a consignment of cotton night-caps from an old cor- respondent, which I shall not object to exchange for your stockings.’ The bargain was soon closed. ...
There are gossipers in every age, tattlers in every corner of history, and who escapes them? Cato did not, Washington could not, and ‘Mr Pen’ even must fill his place with the great maligned. ... The music of the refrain is remarkable : DIRGE FOR A SOLDIER. BY GEORGE H. BOKER. Close his eyes ; his work is done! ...
EDITOR’S DRAWER. ... In the West of England a floor of stone is almost always wet; in Ireland a wet piece of leather placed in a closed room will not dry in a month. ...
Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction
I want to take icicles in my hand, and break them with a snap; and I want to hear the wind whistling around the corners of the house at night, and be glad to close the curtains and draw round a great big ... We feel this in the first story of hers we read, ‘‘ The Great South Devil,” a Florida sketch. ...
548 Editor’s Table. | December, will procure you a recompense in heaven. I have bought my grave-linen ; you will find it in a corner of the room in which I sleep. ... But moments passed away, and minutes and hours ; yet without his ex- periencing any hope of escape ; for he imagined that the Angel was waiting for him to resign himself, or had left him for a while, and ...
‘Men may escape worldly marshals, or the civil debt officer ; neither friend nor foe, country nor province, nook nor corner of the world, can prevent the arrest of man from this natural sheriff. ... 454 Editor’s Table. ...
Nor have education and nationality made him a willing victim to the mighty Whig tradition from which an English studert can only escape to fall a victim to a Tory tradition not less cramping and insidious ... Herr von Ruville has in short gleaned from so many corners that we confess to a little surprise that he does not make more use of Horace Walpole’s Letters, that he does not cite the remarkable autobiographical ...
Ballou's Monthly Magazine
The following are a few verbal extracts from the remarks of people who looked at a house up at Muskrat Corners •“It is a perfectly lovely house, but there isn’t shade enough.” ... “The only objection I have is that it seems a little bit too close to the road. ...
Friend; A Religious and Literary Journal
She dressed very differently from what The editor’s correspondent appears to think thou dost.—One of you must be a fool.—Thy that I have withheld certain facts, which mother was a wise woman! ... he had so far escaped a and accompanied by occasional delirium, is public rebuke. ...
I also remarked that when he blew his nose, or happened to touch that feature, his face was overspread with deeper gloom, and profound sighs escaped from his bosom. ... I saw a great many porpoises, and several whales sporting in the immensity of the water. ...
Against the Grain
6 From Frowde Basil learnt to consider the book as a whole; learning at Amen Corner "something of the typographer's art." ... Here Basil encountered some of the great characters and pioneers of early nineteenth century publishing and those who served them, and much of this article is drawn from his own memories. 2 Amen Corner ... He was never to be found when he was wanted, preferring to escape to a hidey-hole where he could play his ukulele. ...doi:10.7771/2380-176x.2319 fatcat:kfem5rq3orgrzocxsuztc34pqq
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