Two hundred and fifty-seven francs, this was the modest contribution
of Switzerland to the American work.
But of his position among the half dozen English poets who have made the largest contribution
to thought and life there can be no question; so that some acquaintance with him is a necessary part of any real education.
Lucy, with a demure and settled air, seemed determined to make no contribution
to the comfort of the others, and would not say a word; and almost every thing that WAS said, proceeded from Elinor, who was obliged to volunteer all the information about her mother's health, their coming to town, &c.
which is but seldom) it is immediately supplied by unanimous consent and contribution
The fresh morning air and the cool flowing waters put both soul and body in a glow, and after a half-hour employed in this recreation, we sauntered back to the house--Tinor and Marheyo gathering dry sticks by the way for fire-wood; some of the young men laying the cocoanut trees under contribution
as they passed beneath them; while Kory-Kory played his outlandish pranks for my particular diversion, and Fayaway and I, not arm in arm to be sure, but sometimes hand in hand, strolled along, with feelings of perfect charity for all the world, and especial good-will towards each other.
They kept along it for two days, during which, from the contribution
of many rills and brooks, it gradually swelled into a small river.
Of the five-and-twenty pounds which had remained to her of Clare's allowance, after deducting the other half of the fifty as a contribution
to her parents for the trouble and expense to which she had put them, she had as yet spent but little.
Often they discussed things he knew nothing about, and then he sat quietly, with a good-natured smile on his handsome face, feeling quite rightly that his presence was sufficient contribution
to the entertainment of the company.
I am scarcely arrived, and I have already levied a contribution
It was in some prose sketch of mine that his keen analysis had found the Heine, but the foreign property had been so prevalent in my earlier work in verse that he kept the first contribution
he accepted from me for the Atlantic Monthly a long time, or long enough to make sure that it was not a translation of Heine.
What a store of good fortune, what a goodly contribution
to happiness, in the very best sense of that term, is really involved in a cheerful, grateful, physical temperament; especially, in the case of a poet--a great poet--who will, of course, have to face the appropriate trials of a great poet.
We thank you," it ran, "for your excellent contribution