The convic- tion that something strange and terrible had hap- pened, that by some miracle a new and dangerous person had come into the body of the kindly
old man, took possession of him.
It may be, however -- oh, transporting and triumphant thought I -- that the great-grandchildren of the present race may sometimes think kindly
of the scribbler of bygone days, when the antiquary of days to come, among the sites memorable in the town's history, shall point out the locality of THE TOWN PUMP!
He gave me some very nice oats, he patted me, spoke kindly
, and then went away.
In learning to read, I owe almost as much to the bitter opposition of my master, as to the kindly
aid of my mistress.
I was dreadfully frightened, and so giddy that I clung to him with both hands, and said, "If you would kindly
please to let me keep upright, sir, perhaps I shouldn't be sick, and perhaps I could attend more.
He said, with more feeling than before--"Thank you--thank you kindly
Wonderful were the resolves he formed; beautiful and kindly
were the vistas of future life that sped before him.
The Queen and her subjects came to meet her, and all seemed glad to say some kindly
word of welcome to the little stranger.
Not so,' was Peter's mild reply, His cheeks all wet with grateful tears; No man recalls, so well as I, Your services in bygone years: And this new offer, I admit, Is very very kindly
meant-- Still, to avail myself of it Would not be quite convenient
Worms of the riper grave unhid By any kindly
coffin lid, Obscene and shameless to the light, Seethe in insatiate appetite, Through putrid offal; while above The hissing blow-fly seeks his love, Whose offspring, supping where they supt, Consume corruption twice corrupt.
I should like to cry a little because Oz is gone, if you will kindly
wipe away my tears, so that I shall not rust.
The majority, I feel sure, meant but well and kindly
by the poor survivor.
You seem to be very religious," he continued, kindly
, addressing the prince," which is a thing one meets so seldom nowadays among young people.
took charge of all the details necessary for the success of the trip, and he, as well as other friends, gave us a great number of letters of introduction to people in France and England, and made other arrangements for our comfort and convenience abroad.
Prince Andrew smiled involuntarily as he looked at the artillery officer Tushin, who silent and smiling, shifting from one stockinged foot to the other, glanced inquiringly with his large, intelligent, kindly
eyes from Prince Andrew to the staff officer.