Krook's to keep a small appointment he has made with certain paupers
, who, presently arriving, are conducted upstairs, where they leave the great eyes in the shutter something new to stare at, in that last shape which earthly lodgings take for No one--and for Every one.
Even if the hero is merely an honest boy trying to get his living, he is not permitted to do so in a natural way, by hard work and years of patient effort, but is suddenly adopted by a millionaire whose pocket-book he has returned; or a rich uncle appears from sea just in the nick of time; or the remarkable boy earns a few dollars, speculates in pea-nuts or neckties, and grows rich so rapidly that Sinbad in the diamond valley is a pauper
compared to him.
A forcible separation from the one human being whom she loved, and a removal in the character of a pauper
to a public asylum--such was the prospect which awaited the unfortunate creature unless some one interfered in her favor before the end of the week.
It seemed that from such a basis of truth and frankness as the poor weak-headed pauper
had laid, our intercourse might go forward to something better than the intercourse of sages.
Yes, he said; nearly everybody is a pauper
who is not a ruler.
Huntingdon; for I'd rather be an old maid and a pauper
Asylum," I said, "I won't have her put in a pauper
One of these, is the State Hospital for the insane; admirably conducted on those enlightened principles of conciliation and kindness, which twenty years ago would have been worse than heretical, and which have been acted upon with so much success in our own pauper
Asylum at Hanwell.
There being nobody by, however, but a pauper
old woman, who was rendered rather misty by an unwonted allowance of beer; and a parish surgeon who did such matters by contract; Oliver and Nature fought out the point between them.
Yet there was enough of what was animal, and of what was fiery (though smouldering), still visible in him, to suggest that if young Bradley Headstone, when a pauper
lad, had chanced to be told off for the sea, he would not have been the last man in a ship's crew.
In the fourth article of the Confederation, it is declared "that the FREE INHABITANTS of each of these States, paupers
, vagabonds, and fugitives from justice, excepted, shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of FREE CITIZENS in the several States; and THE PEOPLE of each State shall, in every other, enjoy all the privileges of trade and commerce," etc.
Through this crowd of paupers
and beggars, a beautiful coach passed now and again.