Jennings, to the Middletons, he has been long and intimately known; they equally love and respect him; and even my own knowledge of him, though lately acquired, is very considerable; and so highly do I value and esteem him, that if Marianne can be happy
with him, I shall be as ready as yourself to think our connection the greatest blessing to us in the world.
As I rode back in the lonely night, the wind going by me like a restless memory, I thought of this, and feared she was not happy
Now, would anybody think that this room contained a happy
, merry party, who desire nothing better than to laugh and dance the hours away?
Then the child wondered no longer, but deeper grew her love for the tender-hearted Elves, who left their own happy
home to cheer and comfort those who never knew what hands had clothed and fed them, what hearts had given of their own joy, and brought such happiness to theirs.
But when they see, as I trust they will, that their brother is happy
with me, they will learn to be contented, and we shall be on good terms again; though we can never be what we once were to each other.
She was happy
whenever she looked at William, and saw how perfectly he was enjoying himself, in every five minutes that she could walk about with him and hear his account of his partners; she was happy
in knowing herself admired; and she was happy
in having the two dances with Edmund still to look forward to, during the greatest part of the evening, her hand being so eagerly sought after that her indefinite engagement with him was in continual perspective.
And thus the words were spoken, And this the plighted vow, And, though my faith be broken, And, though my heart be broken, Behold the golden token That proves me happy
I am glad there is some one in the world who is quite happy
," muttered a disappointed man as he gazed at the wonderful statue.
One of the chief ambitions which spurred me on at Hampton was that I might be able to get to be in a position in which I could better make my mother comfortable and happy
He was singing in passionate tones, gazing with gazing with his sparkling black-agate eyes at the frightened and happy
In the steerage everybody was happy
--Dag Daughtry because his wages were running on and a further supply of beer was certain; Kwaque because he was happy
whenever his master was happy
; and Ah Moy because he would soon have opportunity to desert away from the schooner and the two lepers with whom he was domiciled.
She pushed him toward the big chair by the fire, and sat down on a stool at the opposite side of the hearth, her knees drawn up to her chin, laughing like a happy