Campbell


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United States mythologist (1904-1987)

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In a few moments, Alan Campbell walked in, looking very stern and rather pale, his pallor being intensified by his coal-black hair and dark eyebrows.
As the hall door shut, Campbell started nervously, and having got up from the chair, went over to the chimney-piece.
As the chime struck one, Campbell turned round, and looking at Dorian Gray, saw that his eyes were filled with tears.
He heard Campbell bringing in the heavy chest, and the irons, and the other things that he had required for his dreadful work.
Campbell had merely "seen" it, but Elam Harnish, corning next, had tossed in five hundred dollars, with the remark to MacDonald that he was letting him in easy.
It cost Campbell likewise nine hundred to remain and draw cards, but to the surprise of all he saw the nine hundred and raised another thousand.
The next moment the hundred and odd pairs of eyes shifted to Campbell.
Captain Sublette, and his associate, Campbell, were at their camp when the express came galloping across the plain, waving his cap, and giving the alarm; "Blackfeet
Campbell took him in his arms and carried him out of the thicket.
Campbell think she does quite right, just what they should recommend; and indeed they particularly wish her to try her native air, as she has not been quite so well as usual lately.
Miss Campbell always was absolutely plainbut extremely elegant and amiable.
But however, she is so far from well, that her kind friends the Campbells think she had better come home, and try an air that always agrees with her; and they have no doubt that three or four months at Highbury will entirely cure her and it is certainly a great deal better that she should come here, than go to Ireland, if she is unwell.
For several years my husband received letters of expostulation or commendation from members of the Campbell and Stewart clans.
Campbell has been here, quite in a worry about you; and now what shall we do?
And now I am afraid Campbell will be here before there is time to dress a steak, and we have no butcher at hand.