2 edition of pitiful plaint of a hen-pecked prodigal found in the catalog.
pitiful plaint of a hen-pecked prodigal
Kennedy, James of Paisley
by Printed for the author, and sold by the royal booksellers in town and country in London
Written in English
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. CHAPTER I. The old church clock rang solemnly out on the midnight air. Ruth started. For hours she had sat there, leaning her cheek upon her hand, and gazing through the open space between the rows of brick walls, upon the sparkling waters of the bay, glancing and quivering ’neath the moon-beams.
The beautiful stranger was plainly affected at the pitiful sight. Her maid had knelt and was following the sing-song rhythm of the chant, with prayers in a language that Rafael recognized at last.
It was Italian. "What a great thing faith is!" the lady murmured with a sigh. "Yes, señora; a beautiful thing!". The approach to it was through a lovely winding lane, a-little off the main road, skirted on either side by a thick grove of linden and elms, where the wild grapevine leaped, clinging from branch to branch, festooning its ample clusters in prodigal profusion of fruitage, and forming a dense shade, impervious to the most garish noon-day heat.
Roget s Thesaurus - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Full text of "English eccentrics and eccentricities" See other formats. Look at the eloquence of Tibbie Mealmakers Ou. when it punctuates the end of a plaint with a whole constellation of significant full stops.
Or at Jesss Ay, Im sure of that, which clenches an argument or emphasizes a point. An exquisite tenderness of sym- pathy underlies the book, so that it is difficult to distinguish the pathos from the drollery. This time the Bible began to shake at the letter D, and Statira cried out, Now, Manda Grier, youre making it, and Manda Grier laughed so that she could scarcely hold the book.
Lemuel laughed too; but he kept on repeating the letters. At S the book fell to the floor, and Statira caught it up, and softly beat Manda Grier on the back with it. No category; Mizo Dictionary Tea Damveng. Glancing at the book, the gentleman vas astonished to find that it was the sec- ond volume of Little Wo en.
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