I would not speak until they were all quite clear to me . “ What are you ... This was
a side of Lenox her uncle had Tom Apthorp ' s words , I can only relate their
substance as never seen before . Lenox did ... Do you the most famous picture -
galleries , the sublimest and loveliest mean to give up all your life to these people
said to his uncle as he gave them to him : “ Let me say one word more — do not
write ; " Keep them as the apple of your eye . For your ... She has great
confidence in me ; my words will “ Give yourself no uneasiness ; I appreciate have weight .
Author: Mrs. Marcet (Jane Haldimand)Publish On: 1851
THE JEWS EXPECT THE MESSIAH , 381 on him as by far the greatest of all their
prophets . They assert , that the others received the divine communications by
dreams and visions ; whereas they were given to Moses by an immediate ...
very happy with the husband of my uncle's choosing . to finishing my professional
studies . ... and I shall never forget it - ever , " and his eyes my view was one that
would not be likely to reflect my indorsed his words . faults . ... His " I can't tell you
, only he's a great deal nobler , better those sprays of honeysuckle , and give it to me as a little face was a strong , good face , with bold , delicate features , man .
Uncle William had made his acquaintTho ' I passed away in silence , who was a
bachelor . We loved him with a love ance in ... We were soon given to understand
that Captain It was best to leave you thus , dear , Ah , I was a boy then — an ...
“Where in the world can they be 2” he thought in spoken words, at the same time
throwing the book on the table at his elbow. ... “Surely, dear uncle—if I may still
call you so—it shall be m earnest endeavour never, by any willing act, to mar the
healt that is now mine. ... I will only say— In the end they gave me the highest
credentials that can be Wen, gi “That same evening I found opportunity to make
ZTL Journal ably be ascribed to causes of a truly preventable at hand ; for with
household duties , her uncle's nature , number about ... Such an account of a
mortality , plenty to do , without reckoning the hours her the greater part of which
is unquestionably pre- lover himself occupied ... mind advice that is offered us ,
there would be no enterregarding the effect her note might have on Mr prise in
the world .
-Give me the driving at this speed for a wager , and also perceiv- reins , young
gentleman ; I am not going to trust ing that ... of reins into my hands My uncle is
the best man in the world , madam , ' in my life ; but I could have driven a fiery
He brought me up, and would have left me his shares in the North-Western, but I
displeased him by marrying against his will, and my uncle never forgave anybody
. I don't repent that yet ; my wife 's the best woman in the world, and a prettier ...
Hartley Hall that I began to be conscious of a He looked thoughtfully at me , and
then laughing feeling which I have ... My experiences of the world seemed to have you anythin ' , why then it ' ll be time enough to been so varied that to my
own mind ... I did not penny and no opportunity , it seemed to afford believe that Uncle Ben had tired of protecting me , him the greatest pleasure to chink four or
five for he ...
He was not intoxicated , but he bad pleasure was occasioned by the bope that
she would Lerving the world a dim , derd space ... I could not depart without
expressing my best day when she first broke the news to us , and the Here Anna ,
raising herself on tip ... It's Anna and I were sitting with Aunt Gough , who been
walking a little in advance of them , and whom a great pleasure to us to have
She was said to be beautiful , but to painees and uncertain guide at best , still
points out the fa- nearly completed a ... With good birth and finement , solitude ,
and bad company , be also added his uncle , would not have deemed it right to ...
I bind myself to now saw the character of Vincent in a most unfarour - condition ,
as actually to present to the world the rare yield up the half of it in compensation .
Still , I must were ready to return . own that for a time I was quite overwhelmed "
Well , ' said my uncle , " all ' s well that ends ... I kept us . Like many another , it
was one of those the news to myself for a time , but at last I told that were burnt to
the ... Of course , his peasantry some twenty years afterwards owing surprise was
as great as mine had been . to the greed ... of the world , a semieyes and
twitching fingers ; but her day was | mythical land , a far - off mirage of sandy
waste Dot yet .
Uncle Henderson gave me a purse with five new guineas in it , saying some
people had found a fortune grow from no ... to me as anything Uncle Henderson
could desire for me , if I can only tell which of the ten plans I have thought of is the best . ... and prayed that the good Lord would keep me through all the perils of
the wilderness ; “ for the world was a wilderness , no doubt , and temptation was
I spent some from growing better , I grew worse , and brought time in the country
with my aged and hon- great sorrow and trouble ... It now became time forception
, and whilst I staid in the country rather me to think how I must live in the world ,
for lost than got reputation and favour . ... where I met with my uncle Edmund ,
and at other times in fields , & c .; and many and by the interest he made , I got a
I struggled hard to get at cut into fantastic shapes by the action of water MY UNCLE'S ADVENTURE . liberty , but do all I would , I could ... It's from being
selfish , and , as a man should , to brain whirls as one looks down to the bed of
the one of them great beasts — I know it is . ... Over and over again I felt
something crawl sarily be arrangements differing greatly from Tom's words brought me to myself , and ...
I had a fashion of religion that I had I went and told uncle Asahel what never
heard of , and it was one that had transpired , and the old ... then he was required
to sion of sins . get up and formally renounce the · I had been raised a
Presbyterian , world , the flesh , and the ... I had firewood to and of course I had a great deal of cut , my sick father to attend to , and this religion in me , which I had
learned to take ...
The sons , who until then had been kept with the greatest gravity , was , I can
assure you , both curious in check ... we had no advantage ; and my uncle
Laurence , the boldest The blood mounted to my cheeks , and , drawing back dis-
of all ... And the recollection brings me no remorse , no might have had me made
into mincemeat by his uncles , for more than to a ... the established have lost a
fine opportunity for doing an injury to a neigh- laws were , for me , words devoid
of meaning .
... perversion of it as at any too , that though he was the the best of uncles , he
had earlier period of the world ' s history . ... All her raillery might be worn for
centuries , without saving a single and the rides ended by my uncle saying to his
... Knowing my great affection for her , and a visit to my uncle - a single gentleman
, who resides knowing she might say or do any thing without offendupon and
cultivates his own estate , in the North of ing me , she made me a promise that
she would ...
His lordship wished to punish his unnatural uncle, whom he strongly suspected
of being no stranger to the mur| derous ... “If I thought that,” replied our hero, “I
should regret the peace as much as you do | Come, Peapod—I beg pardon, Major Jones! ... been left so much alone—I didn't mean that as a reproach—I
begin to feel disgusted with the | world—and still more with myself! ... “On the
contrary,” said his lordship; “I have been amusing myself, and I'll bet But I forget—
you never bet!