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Strana 460 - A water-rat from off the bank Plunged in the stream. With idle care, Downlooking through the sedges rank, I saw your troubled image there. "If you remember, you had set Upon the narrow casement-edge, A long green box of mignonette, And you were leaning on the ledge.
Strana 411 - Astounding News by Express, via Norfolk ! The Atlantic crossed in Three Days ! ! Signal Triumph of Mr. Monck Mason's Flying Machine ! ! ! " Arrival at Sullivan's Island, near Charleston, SC, of Mr. Mason, Mr. Robert Holland, Mr. Henson, Mr. Harrison Ainsworth, and four others, in the Steering Balloon,
Strana 460 - Of bubbling wells that fret the stones, (If any sense in me remains) Thy words will be— thy cheerful tones As welcome to— my crumbling bones!" "If any sense in me remains! — This doubt is inconsistent with the opening stanza of the piece, and, in fact, too modest; we take upon ourselves to re-assure Mr. Tennyson that, even after he shall be dead and buried, as much ''sense' will still remain as he has now the good fortune to possess.
Strana 446 - Scott, being: a minor at the time of the conclusion of the treaty of peace between Great Britain and the United States, was...
Strana 442 - But if he sinks some adverbs in the verbs he compensates the language with adverbs and adjectives which he separates from the parent stock. Thus, a lady "whispers pantingly and close," makes "hushing signs," and steers her skiff into a "ripply cove,
Strana 413 - Pfaall," thinking that the author of one had been detected in the author of the other. Subsequently suspicion settled down upon Nicollet, a French astronomer who had come to America after the revolution of 1830, and whose object, it was said, was to raise money and to deceive his enemy, Arago. It was added that he succeeded in doing both.