But Samuel Dundee was away on a three-years' voyage and his ship fell overdue.
Back from the sea came Samuel, and when they broke the news to him something else broke somewhere in his heart or head.
And, in the face of all this, Margaret Henan named her first child Samuel.
There was talk on the part of Margaret Henan of going to law at the time, but in the end she carried the child to Belfast and there had it christened Samuel.
A well-off friend, however, offered to help, and so at eighteen Samuel went to Oxford.
At any rate, with a great deal of strange, unordered learning and no degree, and with his fortune still to make, Samuel returned to his poverty-stricken home.
With forty pounds not much is to be done, and Samuel became an usher, or under-master in a school.
And there can be no doubt that Samuel loved his wife devotedly while she lived, and treasured her memory tenderly after her death.
I do not think"--said Samuel Whiskers, pausing to take a look at Tom Kitten--"I do NOT think it will be a good pudding.
Samuel Whiskers and his wife on the run, with big bundles on a little wheel-barrow, which looked very like mine.
Samuel Whiskers--children and grand-children and great great grand-children.
That, with the view just mentioned, this Association has taken into its serious consideration a proposal, emanating from the aforesaid, Samuel Pickwick, Esq.
That the Corresponding Society of the Pickwick Club is therefore hereby constituted; and that Samuel Pickwick, Esq.
As for Samuel
Sewall, he afterwards became chief justice of Massachusetts.
had not loved wickedness he would not have followed me to the water pail.