Glegg's day, and at that particular period in her family history when she had had her quarrel with Mr.
It was the book she was accustomed to lay open before her on special occasions,--on wet Sunday mornings, or when she heard of a death in the family, or when, as in this case, her quarrel with Mr.
But though many of Pope's poems led to quarrels, and some were written with the desire to provoke them, one of his most famous poems was, on the other hand, written to bring peace between two angry families.
From this you see how easily Pope's anger and jealousy were aroused, and will not wonder that his life was a long record of quarrels.
He was angry with himself, and when Sharp came in a little while afterwards he seized upon the first opportunity to quarrel
On the afternoon of July 17th, continued Counsel, immediately after the quarrel with her son, Mrs.
The quarrel which had taken place between prisoner and his stepmother was freely admitted, but both it and his financial embarrassments had been grossly exaggerated.
he kept repeating in despair, as he remembered the acutely painful sensations caused him by this quarrel
They stood fearfully and reverently before him, and never a word did they speak, but he knew them and said, "Welcome, heralds, messengers of gods and men; draw near; my quarrel
is not with you but with Agamemnon who has sent you for the girl Briseis.
No malice, my young clerk, no malice," quoth Black Simon, "I have not a bitter drop in my heart for mine old comrade; but the quarrel, as he hath told you, is still open and unsettled.
Tell me, Aylward," said Alleyne earnestly, with his hands outstretched to keep the pair asunder, "what is the cause of quarrel, that we may see whether honorable settlement may not be arrived at?
It was he who had shot James Maclaren at the plough stilts, a quarrel
never satisfied; yet he walked into the house of his blood enemies as a rider might into a public inn.