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By the age of 17, he was proficient in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. His answers were short, but clear. For Us Two, Reader Dear,. The younger had made six dollars on the boat, with some tobacco he brought; he had three and a half left. Within sight of the capitol, as I write, are some thirty or forty such collections, at times holding from fifty to seventy thousand men. Perhaps at this moment the exhausted frame has just fallen into a light sleep that a step might shake.

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They thought of getting transportation away to Missouri, and working there; but were not sure it was judicious. Gilbert Keith : The Napoleon of Notting Hill Chesterton, G. I step softly over and find by his card that he is named William Cone, of the 1st Maine cavalry, and his folks live in Skowhegan. For O we stand on Jordan's strand, our friends are passing over, And just before, the shining shore we may almost discover. Often I notice as he goes out evenings—and sometimes in the morning, when he returns early—he turns off and halts at the large and handsome residence of the Secretary of War, on K street, and holds conference there.

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Any type of Customisation is possible. They were very fond of it, and liked declamatory poetical pieces. Burnett, Frances Hodgson: Sara Crewe. Lang: - eng, Pages 566. Titmarsh The History of Henry Esmond The History of Pendennis The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond The Memoirs of Mr.

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The elder had nothing; I gave him a trifle. Two of them, one about 17, and the other perhaps 25 or '6, I talk'd with some time. The latter year went off on a leisurely journey and working expedition my brother Jeff with me through all the middle States, and down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers. The problem is to organize this in the manner fully appropriate to it, to the principles of the republic, and to get the best service out of it. Found several cases I thought good subjects for small sums of money, which I furnish'd. I have at night watch'd by the side of a sick man in the hospital, one who could not live many hours. They do not question the one-legged, or men badly disabled or maim'd, but all others are stopt.

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The dream of humanity, the vaunted Union we thought so strong, so impregnable—lo! Still sweeping the eye around down the river toward Alexandria, we see, to the right, the locality where the Convalescent camp stands, with its five, eight, or sometimes ten thousand inmates. The night was sweet, very clear, sufficiently cool, a voluptuous halfmoon, slightly golden, the space near it of a transparent blue-gray tinge. Somerset: Liza of Lambeth Maugham, W. He had been getting'along pretty well till night before last, when a sudden hemorrhage that could not be stopt came upon him, and to-day it still continues at intervals. Twain, Mark: A Tramp Abroad Twain, Mark; Warner, Charles Dudley: The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today U Ukers, William H.

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In a few minutes the seventeen corpses strew'd the hollow square. The regular food was a meal of corn, the cob and husk ground together, and sometimes once a week a ration of sorghum molasses. As my soldier was asleep, I left him, and entering the ward where the music was, I walk'd half-way down and took a seat by the cot of a young Brooklyn friend, S. Tembarom Burnett, Frances Hodgson: The Shuttle Burnett, Frances Hodgson: The Secret Garden. I supplied her with a bottle of first-rate brandy from the Christian commission rooms. Besides Fulton ferry, off and on for years, I knew and frequented Broadway—that noted avenue of New York's crowded and mixed humanity, and of so many notables. A large proportion of the men lived in holes in the ground, in the utmost wretchedness.

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It is a scene of sparkling eyes and flush'd cheeks. Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1772—1834 was an English poet, literary critic and philosopher who, with his friend William Wordsworth, was a founder of the Romantic Movement in England and a member of the Lake Poets. Then the diarrhœa had prostrated him, and I felt that he was even then the same as dying. Little or Nothing New After All,. They are but parts of the actual distraction, heat, smoke and excitement of those times. It hung delicate just above the sulky shadow of the Blue mountains. They had immense qualities, largely animal—eating, drinking, women—great personal pride, in their - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - way—perhaps a few slouches here and there, but I should have trusted the general run of them, in their simple good-will and honor, under all circumstances.

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I never ceas'd to find the best men, and the hardest and most disinterested workers, among the surgeons in the hospitals. At 16, 17, and so on, was fond of debating societies, and had an active membership with them, off and on, in Brooklyn and one or two country towns on the island. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. He lay sick at the wretched hospital below Aquia creek, for seven or eight days before brought here. Frank: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Baum, L. Still it is about time for Culpepper to have a change. A Week's Visit to Boston,.

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I walk'd up Pennsylvania avenue, and then to Seventh street, and a long while around the Patent-office. Then as luck would have it, I lately whiled away the tedium of a week's half-sickness and confinement, by collating these very items for another yet unfulfilled, probably abandon'd, purpose; and if you will be satisfied with them, authentic in date-occurrence and fact simply, and told my own way, garrulous-like, here they are. Henry Henty, George Alfred: Works of George Alfred Henty Hippocrates; Adams Translator , Francis: Works of Hippocrates Hope, Laura Lee: Works of Laura Lee Hope Howells, William Dean: Works of William Dean Howells Hubbard, Elbert: Works of Elbert Hubbard Hugo, Victor: Works of Victor Hugo Hume, David: Works of David Hume I Ibsen, Henrik: Works of Henrik Ibsen Irving, Washington: Works of Washington Irving J James, Henry: Works of Henry James James, William: Works of William James Jefferson, Thomas: Works of Thomas Jefferson Jerome, Jerome Klapka: Works of Jerome Klapka Jerome Johnson, Samuel: Works of Samuel Johnson Josephus, Flavius; Whiston Translator , William: Works of Josephus Flavius Joyce, James: Works of James Joyce K Kant, Immanuel: Works of Immanuel Kant Keats, John: Works of John Keats Kipling, Rudyard: Works of Rudyard Kipling Kyne, Peter B. Teresa of Avila: The Way of Perfection Stacpoole, Henry De Vere: The Pools of Silence Stacpoole, Henry De Vere: The Ghost Girl Stacpoole, Henry De Vere: The Beach of Dreams Stacpoole, Henry De Vere: The Blue Lagoon Stanton, Elizabeth Cady: The Woman's Bible Stanton, Henry: Sex: Avoided subjects Discussed in Plain English Sterne, Laurence: Journey to Eliza and various letters Sterne, Laurence: A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy Sterne, Laurence: A Political Romance Sterne, Laurence: The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman Stevenson, Robert Louis: Tales and Fantasies Stevenson, Robert Louis: Island Nights' Entertainment Stevenson, Robert Louis: The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables Stevenson, Robert Louis: Weir of Hermiston Stevenson, Robert Louis: Treasure Island Stevenson, Robert Louis: The Strange Case of Dr. Michael Stansbury, 48 years of age, a sea-faring man, a southerner by birth and raising, formerly captain of U. The Prairies— and an Undeliver'd Speech,.

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