When all the evidence in the various Gray lawsuits is sifted out, there appear to have been three distinctly different Grays: first, Gray the SCOFFER, who examined Bell's telephone at the Centennial and said it was "nothing but the old lover's telegraph.
It is now clearly seen that the telephone owes nothing to Gray. There are no Gray telephones in use in any country.
Gray was an intimate and valued friend of mine, but it is no disrespect to his memory to say that on some points involved in the telephone matter, he was mistaken.
Gray?' Neither of us could help laughing, and we became friends at once."
What the invention of oil-painting was to the Venetians, the face of Antinous was to late Greek sculpture, and the face of Dorian Gray will some day be to me.
I forget; but it is what Dorian Gray has been to me.
Men will not make thee forget?" said Gray Brother anxiously.
Mowgli drove them on to the edge of the plain where the Waingunga came out of the jungle; then he dropped from Rama's neck, trotted off to a bamboo clump, and found Gray Brother.
Then evening comes and the children call, and the buffaloes lumber up out of the sticky mud with noises like gunshots going off one after the other, and they all string across the gray plain back to the twinkling village lights.
I had my gray cloak on; neither he nor any of them saw me in my nurse's dress.
Julian Gray appeared--returning from his unsuccessful search in the grounds.
That stately form, combining the leader and the saint, so gray, so dimly seen, in such an ancient garb, could only belong to some old champion of the righteous cause, whom the oppressor's drum had summoned from his grave.
"I have stayed the march of a King himself, ere now," replied the gray figure, with stern composure.
There had come many from the north--seven by the squire's computation, eight or nine according to Gray. From the east and west only a single shot had been fired.
Squire and Gray fired again and yet again; three men fell, one forwards into the enclosure, two back on the outside.