He said we came here solely on my account, that I was to have perfect rest and all the air I could get
Now, what if you get
the girl off for a day, or a week, or so; then the thing's done quietly,--all over before she comes home.
I do not know whether hotel servants in New York get
any wages or not, but I do know that in some of the hotels there the feeing system in vogue is a heavy burden.
It opened my eyes to the horrible pit, but to no ladder upon which to get
At length the Hazel-nut child came to his native village; then he undid the ribbon from the stork's neck and the diamond fell to the ground; he covered it first with sand and stones, and then ran to get
his parents, so that they might carry the treasure home, for he himself was not able to lift the great diamond.
Jeremy Fisher; "I think I had better get
away from here.
Began to talk about Delilahs and Jezebels and Fools-there-was and the rest of it, and what a mug a feller was to let a female into 'is cosy home, who'd only make him spend his days hooking her up, and his nights wondering how to get
back the blankets without waking her.
With such a cargo on board, digestion is a slow process, and we must sit long in the cool chambers and smoke--and read French newspapers, which have a strange fashion of telling a perfectly straight story till you get
to the "nub" of it, and then a word drops in that no man can translate, and that story is ruined.
And I'll lay a wager we can get
fine bricks out of the clay at Bott's corner.
Mebbe you just don't want to get
acquainted with me, and won't say so for fear of hurting my feelings.
I know Del Mar must have been right when he said he was the limit, but I can't get
a clue to it.
Let me get
back to a pleasing and reputable subject, by saying a word or two more about my father.