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Love and Life an Old Story in Eighteenth Century Costume

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...efly thus:— V enus was jealous of the beauty of a maiden named Psyche, the youngest of three daughters of a king. She sent misery on the land and fami... ...mily, and caused an oracle to declare that the only remedy was to deck his youngest daughter as a bride, and leave her in a lonely place to become the... ...century expecting the return of his daughters from the first gaiety of the youngest darling, are probably not dissimilar to those of Major Delavie, in... ...r and light. However, nobody cared for stuffiness, certainly not the three young ladies, who, fan in hand, came tripping down the steps that were unro... ...into a queue, and a blue and brown livery which sat like a uniform. “Well, young ladies,” he said, “I hope you enjoyed your- selves.” “Vastly, thank y... ...ly.” CHAPTER XXVII CHAPTER XXVII CHAPTER XXVII CHAPTER XXVII CHAPTER XXVII CY CY CY CY CYTHEREA THEREA THEREA THEREA THEREA’S BO ’S BO ’S BO ’S BO ’S ...

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First and Last Things : A Confession of Faith and a Rule of Life

By: H. G. Wells

... ter of resemblance and the matter of difference—upon all those issues the young science student is as apt to dismiss as Rot, and the young classical ... ...nd see what is there, to cross mountain ranges, to open boxes and parcels. Young animals at least have that disposition too. For me it is something th... ...timate, flesh of my flesh and spirit of my spirit, like the drawings of my youngest boy. I put it aside as I would put aside the gay figure of a costu... ...e.) I know what love for an idealized person can be. It happens that in my younger days I found a character in the history of literature who had a sin... ...nwealth had come. But in many cases, since great numbers of women marry so young and so ignorantly that their thinking about reali- ties begins only a... ...EMOCRA 3.22. DEMOCRA 3.22. DEMOCRA 3.22. DEMOCRA 3.22. DEMOCRACY AND ARIST CY AND ARIST CY AND ARIST CY AND ARIST CY AND ARISTOCRA OCRA OCRA OCRA OCRA... ...AND ARIST CY AND ARIST CY AND ARIST CY AND ARISTOCRA OCRA OCRA OCRA OCRACY CY CY CY CY And now having dealt with the general form of a man’s duty and ...

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Modern Broods or Developments Unlooked For

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...trying for an engagement, and finding that beside your high-school diploma young ladies I am consid- ered quite passee—” “My dear! With your art, and ... ... my back, and making me ready to throw up 6 Modern Broods my heels like a young colt.” “Ah! you will be taking another burthen, perhaps.” “No doubt, ... ...s afraid afterwards that there had been a good deal of noisiness among the young folks at Christmas. Hubert Delrio was there, and I fancy there was so... ...it after dinner.” And Magdalen felt her colour flushing up under all those young eyes. “Kitty Best said—” But here Mrs. Best interposed. “We don’t tal... ...them have to themselves for the half hour before Magdalen’s train, and the young ones’ return to the High School. She was at once established with The... ... her suspect that there was still poignancy in the remembrance. CHAPTER IV—CY CHAPTER IV—CY CHAPTER IV—CY CHAPTER IV—CY CHAPTER IV—CYCLES CLES CLES CL...

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An Historical Mystery

By: Honoré de Balzac

...eavy rifled carbine. “Shall you kill a roe-buck, Michu?” said his handsome young wife, trying to assume a laughing air. Before replying, Michu looked ... ...ier, rejected at the Louvre, married the widow of the Comte de Cinq-Cygne, younger branch of the famous fam- ily of Chargeboeuf, one of the most illus... ... the arms of the Simeuse fam- ily, richly carved, with their noble motto, “Cy meurs.” The old mother, in peasant dress, had moved her chair in front o... ...e wore a spencer, an aristocratic garment adopted by the Clichiens and the young bloods of Paris, which sur- vived both the Clichiens and the fashiona... ... words. The first man seemed on the whole a good fellow compared with this younger man, who was slashing the air with a cane, the top of which, made o... ...r. Such men have passions which keep them slaves to their calling. But the young man was plainly without passions and without vices. If he was a spy h... ...untess. “The cry of the five young girls of my house is mine!” “And ours, ‘Cy meurs,’” said the elder Simeuse. “There- fore, no quarter, I say; for, o... ...already in command of their troop. The last words of each were, “Laurence, cy meurs!” The elder d’Hauteserre died a colonel at the attack on the redou...

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The Soul of a Bishop

By: H. G. Wells

...EAM THE DREAM 1 1 1 1 1 IT WAS A SCENE of bitter disputation. A hawk-nosed young man with a pointing finger was prominent. His face worked violently, ... ...- puting! Which had gone on. Until last night. When this very disagreeable young man with the hawk nose and the point- ing finger had tackled one when... ...black sheep full of reproof, with disordered hair and a pointing finger. A young man with a most disagree- able voice. At which the other sheep took h... ...m to pretend that the atmosphere was a liberal and inquiring one, when the young man who had sat still and dormant by the table was in reality a keen ... ...eed is the unfortunate aspect of the whole af- fair.” Whereupon the fierce young man had exploded with: “T o that, is it, that you Anglicans have come... ...P TEAR OF EP TEAR OF EP TEAR OF EPISCOP ISCOP ISCOP ISCOP ISCOPA A A A ACY CY CY CY CY 1 1 1 1 1 IT WAS ONLY in the last few years that the bishop had...

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Droll Stories Volume II : The Second Ten Tales

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ed with fat, and was called Mon- sieur. At the time of the last fair three young fellows, who were apprentices in knavery, in whom there was more of t... ...e good man then went and got into the bed of the maid-ser- vant, who was a young and pretty wench. The old bungler, bemuddled with wine, went ploughin... ...verbs, jests, jokes, and idle tales. The nuns of the said Poissy were good young ladies, who now this way, now that, cheated God to the profit of the ... ...other danger than that of having a child at an unseasonable time?” asked a young sister. “During the present reign,” replied Ursula, raising her head,... ..., after having eaten, drunk, and gambled away her inherit- ance. This poor young lady lived in a hovel, without fire in winter or cherries in spring; ... ...do we owe to him who made these leonine verses in the Abbey of Theleme:— ‘“Cy vous entrez, qui le saint Evangile En sens agile annoncez, quoy qu’on gr...

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The Story of the Gadsby

By: Rudyard Kipling

...t was the Gorgan you’re mashing. CAPT . G. (With withering emphasis.) Y ou young cub! What the—does it matter to you? Proceeds to read Gilded Youth a ... ... tarbrush in the family, I suppose. JERVOISE. T ar-brush! Not an anna. You young fellows talk as though the man was doing the girl an honor in marryin... ...MACKESY. Nonsense. That business was knocked on the head last season. Why, young Mallard— ANTHONY. Mallard was a candlestick, paraded as such. 26 Rud... ... one that I know? CAPT . G. Thank Goodness it isn’t. (Aside.) I expected a cy- clone, but not an earthquake. MRS. H. She can’t! Is there anything that... ...):— “You may carve it on his tombstone, you may cut it on his card, That a young man married is a young man marred!” Miss DEERCOURT. (From her horse.)... ...S. G. That means she was older than you. I shouldn’t like her to have been younger. Well? CAPT. G. Well, I fancied myself in love and raved about a bi...

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The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth

By: H. G. Wells

...ion, for such glories and positions only as a “scientist” may expect, what young man would have given his life to such work, as young men do? No, they... ...n investigation into the Diurnal Variation in the Butting Frequency of the Young Bull Calf, an investigation that was yielding curves of an abnormal a... ...wooded blackness that hid the Farm from their eyes. “It’s all right,” said young Fulcher, ending a silence. “Don’t see any lights,” said Witherspoon. ... ...y meditated for a space. “‘E’d ‘ave come back if anything was wrong,” said young Fulcher, and this seemed so obvious and conclusive that pres- ently o... ...ersuade himself that he had heard the distant squeal of a fox—or perhaps a young rabbit gripped by a ferret. Swish, swish, swish, pitter, patter, swis... ...on, and found pres- ently a multitude of peering eavesdroppers about them, cy- clists, pedestrians, peeping from the bushes, rustling (as spar- rows w...

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England, My England

By: D. H. Lawrence

...e, and Winifred on the other. Ah, how he had wanted her: Winifred! She was young and beautiful and strong with life, like a flame in sunshine. She mov... ...e was the long, long barn or shed which he had made into a cottage for his youngest daughter Priscilla. One saw little blue-and-white check curtains a... ...wn intensity for so many generations. It seemed to cast a spell on the two young people. They be- came different. There was a curious secret glow abou... ...shed, and he was gratified by the glow of physical passion between the two young people. To the man who in London still worked hard to keep steady his... ...n still worked hard to keep steady his modest fortune, the thought of this young couple digging away and loving one another down at Crockham Cottage, ... ...s only a surface cut. The doctor was out. Egbert left the message and came cy- cling swiftly home, his heart pinched with anxiety. He dropped sweating...

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The Research Magnificent

By: H. G. Wells

...AR AND ARIST ON FEAR AND ARIST ON FEAR AND ARISTOCRA OCRA OCRA OCRA OCRACY CY CY CY CY 1 1 1 1 1 THE STORY OF William Porphyry Benham is the story of ... ...was nothing, it was like walking along a kerbstone, it was an exercise for young la- dies…. 7 7 7 7 7 In his younger days Benham had regarded Fear as ... ...n the chief thing present in my mind was that all those fellows round were young soldiers who wouldn’t at all understand bad behaviour. My arm was—orc... ...orce. His wife, William Porphyry’s mother, made the acquaintance of a rich young man named Nolan, who was recuperating at Seagate from the sequelae of... ... great London surgeon. Nolan was a dark, rather melancholy and sentimental young man, and he left about a third of his very large fortune en- tirely t... ...f plans in those days for the education of his boy, and the thought of the youngster played a large part in the series of complicated emotional crises...

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The Odyssey of Homer

By: Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744

...but to furnish him with a further stipend, urging, that, “While he was yet young, it was fitting that he should see with his own eyes the coun tries ... ...s the sire supreme address’d, Ægysthus’ fate revolving in his breast, Whom young Orestes to the dreary coast Of Pluto sent, a blood polluted ghost. “P... ...n’d Sincere from royal blood, and faith profaned; To warn the wretch, that young Orestes, grown To manly years, should re assert the throne. Yet, impo... ...b Ulysses robb’d of light; Great Polypheme, of more than mortal might? Him young Thousa bore (the bright increase Of Phorcys, dreaded in the sounds an... ...the spacious hall prepare, And form the costly feast with busy care. There young T elemachus, his bloomy face 32 The Odyssey of Homer Glowing celesti... ... THE CICONS, L L L L LO O O O OT T T T TOP OP OP OP OPHA HA HA HA HAGI AND CY GI AND CY GI AND CY GI AND CY GI AND CY CL CL CL CL CLOPS OPS OPS OPS OP...

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Prince Otto a Romance 1905 Edition

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...he green garden in which it stood, and that yet was a sea-traveller in its younger days, and had come round the Horn piecemeal in the belly of a ship,... ...ed the interminable order of the pine-tree pyramids, regular and dark like cy- presses, their light was of small service to a traveller in such lonely... ...’ ‘I suppose you see nothing of the Prince?’ inquired Otto. ‘No,’ said the young man, speaking for the first time, ‘nor want to.’ ‘Why so? is he so mu... ... innocent amusement, the subjects would be the better off.’ ‘Ay,’ said the young man Fritz, ‘you are in the right of it there. That was a true word sp... ...nterrupted Otto, who had no great anxiety to hear the song, ‘the Prince is young; he may yet mend.’ ‘Not so young, by your leave,’ cried Fritz. ‘A man... ...lusion, ‘a man of middle age! And they said he was so handsome when he was young!’ ‘And bald, too,’ added Fritz. Otto passed his hand among his locks....

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The English Mail-Coach and Joan of Arc

By: Thomas de Quincey

...sful man of busi- ness; he died, most unfortunately, when Thomas was quite young. V ery soon after our author’s birth the family removed to The Farm, ... ... solitude, and when his elder brother, William, a real boy, came home, the young author followed in humility mingled with terror the diver- sions of t... ...ot without significance that he men- tions as especially attractive to the young only writings with a large narrative element.* Few boys read poetry, ... ...ful readers. It would be too much to say that the talent that attracts the young to him must needs be the Opium-Eater’s grand talent, though the notio... ...ollege; in Oxford there were five-and-twenty, all of which were peopled by young men, the élite of their own generation; not boys, but men: none under... ... Under this eminent man, whom in Greek I cognominated Cyclops Diphrélates (Cy- clops the Charioteer), I, and others known to me, studied the diphrelat...

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The Marble Faun : Or, The Romance of Monte Beni, Illustrated with Photogravures

By: Nathaniel Hawthorne

... an- tique statues, a well-known masterpiece of Grecian sculp- ture, and a young Italian, the fourth member of their party. “You must needs confess, K... ... member of their party. “You must needs confess, Kenyon,” said a dark-eyed young woman, whom her friends called Miriam, “that you never chiselled out ... ...an, “pray gratify us all by taking the exact attitude of this statue.” The young man laughed, and threw himself into the posi- tion in which the statu... ... express its magic peculiarity in words. The Faun is the marble image of a young man, leaning his right arm on the trunk or stump of a tree; one hand ... ... “I entreat you to take the tips of my ears for granted.” As he spoke, the young Italian made a skip and jump, light enough for a veritable faun; so a... ... that you hardly knew which tree had made it. Again, there were avenues of cy- press, resembling dark flames of huge funeral candles, which spread dus...

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Life of John Coleridge Patteson : Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...ill of great weight in his own profession, may not be equally known to the younger generation who have grown up since the words ‘Mr. Justice Patteson’... ... of Ottery St. Mary School, and the poet, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, was the youngest. The strong family affection that existed between all Colo- nel Co... ...leridge, a year older than, and one brother, James Henry, nearly two years younger than Coleridge, made up the family. Three years later, in 1830, Mr.... ...Many years later we shall find a refer- ence to this, the watchword of the young hearer’s life. The Archdeacon’s sermon was from John xvii. 20, 21: ‘N... ... time.’ 23 Yo n g e No doubt the whole family (except the yet unconfirmed younger brother) did so receive it in the summer holidays, the last that we... ...CHAPTER CHAPTER V V V V V THE CURA THE CURA THE CURA THE CURA THE CURACY A CY A CY A CY A CY AT ALFINGT T ALFINGT T ALFINGT T ALFINGT T ALFINGTON. 185...

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The Merry Wiues of Windsor

By: William Shakespeare

..., and her father is make her a petter penny. 61 Slen. I know the young Gentlewoman, she has good 62 gifts. 63 Euan. Seuen hu... ...comes my Master. 432 Qu. We shall all be shent: Run in here, good young 433 man: goe into this Closset: he will not stay long: what 434... ... Sir Iohn affects thy wife. 654 Ford. Why sir, my wife is not young. 655 Pist. He wooes both high and low, both rich & poor, 65... ...d (Bully) let 2240 her descend: my Chambers are honourable: Fie, priua-cy? 2241 Fie. 2242 Fal. There was (mine Host) an old- fat- woma...

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Miscellaneous Essays

By: Thomas de Quincey

...bright consummate flower;” or, amongst human flowers, the most magnificent young female, apparelled in the pomp of womanhood. And thus not only the id... ...ich he treated them- selves, that he could be nothing more than some green young man, they concluded that they should have all the easier task in disp... ...y is familiar, though hitherto not put in a proper light. Berkeley, when a young man, went to Paris and called on Père Malebranche. He found him in hi... ... that, when he reached Cruickshank’s he was positively not dead. Mr. ——, a young student at that time, had the honor of giving him the coup de grâce, ... ...ecame known to fame under the title of the Master of the Rolls; but he was young and unspoiled: whereas this man was a monstrous feather-bed in person... ...Prophet and twenty such fellows. I used to call him Cyclops mastigophorus, Cy- clops the whip-bearer, until I observed that his skill made whips usele...

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The Muse of the Department

By: Honoré de Balzac

...ith this inscription on the wrap- per, Vanitas vanitatum et omnia vanitas. Young La Baudraye did not die, but he owed his life to habits of monastic s... ...ey of the Loire may be seen extending for forty leagues. From 1802 to 1815 young La Baudraye added several plots to his vineyards, and devoted himself... ...eigneur the Arch- bishop of Bourges, had converted to the Catholic faith a young person, the daughter of one of the citizen families, who were the fir... ... little man was very much startled, as I am told, at hearing that handsome young Milaud, the Attorney-General’s deputy at Nevers, say to Monsieur de C... ...able as their narrow circumstances allowed. In order not to be ruined by a young lady so very superior as Dinah seemed to be, Monsieur de la Baudraye ... ...d of the tincture of the shield, and surmounted by a ducal coronet. Motto, Cy paroist! A proud and sonorous device. “I want to put my own coat of arms...

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A Little Tour in France

By: Henry James

...ortifications, known to the Tourangeaux of today as the Tour de Guise. The young Prince of Joinville, son of that Duke of Guise who was murdered by th... ...easure, perhaps, is the charming little tomb of the two children (who died young) of Charles VIII. and Anne of Brittany, in white marble, embossed wit... ...down on this melancholy spot, on the other side of which is a seminary for young priests, one of whom issues from a door in a quiet corner, and, holdi... ...nd him, shows a glimpse of a sunny garden, where you may fancy other black young figures strolling up and down. Mademoiselle Gamard’s house, where she... ... of Henry IV.,— who was no more fortunate as a father than as a hus- band,—younger brother of Louis XIII., and father of the great Mademoiselle, the m... ...taph as this, which I quote from the “Biographie Universelle”:— “Celui qui cy maintenant dort, Fit plus de pitie que d’envie, Et souffrit mille fois l...

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The First Part of Henry the Fourth. Edited by Frederic W. Moorman

By: William Shakespeare

...eport: 56 On Holy- roode day, the gallant Hotspurre there, 57 Young Harry Percy, and braue Archibald, 58 That euer- valiant and a... ...4 But let him from my thoughts. What thinke you Coze 95 Of this young Percies pride? The Prisoners 96 Which he in this aduenture hat... ... Falst. Yfaith, my Lord, they are false: Nay, Ile tickle 1402 ye for a young Prince. 1403 Prin. Swearest thou, vngracious Boy? henceforth ... ...51 For I was trayn’d vp in the English Court; 1652 Where, being but young, I framed to the Harpe 1653 Many an English Dittie, louely well, ... ...st Part of Henry the Fourth Shakespeare: First Folio 1852 Which by thy younger Brother is supply’de; 1853 And art almost an alien to the heart... ...ut 3105 if I be not Iacke Falstaffe, then am I a Iacke: There is Per-cy, 3106 if your Father will do me any Honor, so: if not, let him 3107...

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