Partingtonian Patchwork: Blifkins the Martyr: the Domestic Trials of a Model Husband. The Modern Syntax: Dr. Spooner's Experiences in Search of the Delectable. Partington Papers: Strippings of the Warm Milk of Human Kindness. New and Old Dips from an Unambitious Inkstand. Humorous, Eccentric, Rhythmical
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Alice asked better Bless Blif Blifkins Blifkins's bones called camphor Charles Kean Clothes-pin cried dare dear delectation delight dinner Doolittle door eyes face fancy Fantine feeling fellow felt gave gentleman George Wayne give gout hand happy head hear heard heart Hornbeam Jean Valjean Jim Jones kins knew lady laugh lived looked married matter Medford town mind morning mosquitoes never night Partington passed pleasant poor postal currency Puddle Lane Redman remark replied round Sailor Boy Saratoga scene Seductive Deacon shouted shovel smile Smudge Somers soon spirit spoke Spooner Spotgam Star-spangled Banner stood story street sweet tell thing thought tion told tone took Tott town turned Twas Twill Venerable Sledge voice wife window wish woman wonder word young
37 페이지 - Macbeth does murder sleep;' the innocent sleep : Sleep, that knits up the ravelled sleeve of care, The death of each day's life, sore labor's bath, Balm of hurt minds, great nature's second course ; Chief nourisher in life's feast.
153 페이지 - There is no place where benevolence is so aperient as here. For my part I don't know where so much is done for the suffering — and anybody can see it that can read — for how often we see 'free lunch ' in the windows of our humane institutions.
285 페이지 - Tis the Father afflicts : let Him do what He will ; What comes from His hand can mean us no ill; I cheerfully give back the blessing He lent, And through faith in the future find present content." Then he lay on his death-bed at last undismayed ; No terror had death at which he was afraid ; "Living or dying, 'tis all well with me, For God's will is my will,
284 페이지 - For what pleases God always satisfies me." If trouble assailed, his brow was ne'er dark, And his eye never lost its happiest spark. '"Twill not better fix it to gloom or to sigh, To make the best of it I always shall try! So, Care, do your worst," said Reuben with glee, " And which of us conquers, we shall see, we shall see.
166 페이지 - I've always noticed that every year added to a man's life is apt to make him older, just as a man who goes a journey finds, as he jogs on, that every mile he goes brings him nearer where he is going, and farther from where he started. I am not so young as I was once, and I don't believe I shall ever be, if I live to the age of Samson, which, heaven knows as well as I do, I don't want to, for I wouldn't be a centurian or an octagon, and survive my factories, and become idiomatic, by any means. But...
162 페이지 - I believe the cranberries is for erisipilis, and whether either of 'em is a rostrum for the gout or not, I really don't know. If it was a fraction of the arm, I could jest know what to subscribe." We looked into her eye with a determination to say something severely bitter, because we felt allopathic just then; but the kind and sympathizing look that met our own disarmed severity, and sinking into a seat with our coveted Bacon, we thanked her. It was very evident, all the while, that...
285 페이지 - If friends waxed cold, he'd say with a smile — ' ' Well, if they must go, Heaven bless them the while ; We walked a sweet path till the crossing ways met, And though we have parted, I'll cherish them yet ; They'll go by their way and 1 11 go by mine Perhaps in the city ahead we shall join.
284 페이지 - If his children were wild, as children will prove, His temper ne'er lost its warm aspect of love ; " My dear wife," he'd say, "don't worry nor fret ; 'Twill all be right with the wayward ones yet ; ;Tis the folly of youth, that must have its way ; They'll penitent turn from their evil some day...
166 페이지 - Day, dropping her voice to the key that people adopt when they, are disposed to be philosophical or moral ; ".I've always noticed that every year added to a man's life is apt to make him older, just as a man who goes a journey finds, as he jogs on, that every mile he goes brings him nearer where he is going, and farther from where he started. I am not so young as I was once, and I don't believe I shall ever...