Dick had been working at his Memorial
long, at the same rate as I had seen him working at it, through the open door, when I came down, he was probably getting on very well indeed.
Happy the age, happy the time," he continued, "in which shall be made known my deeds of fame, worthy to be moulded in brass, carved in marble, limned in pictures, for a memorial
They sent a humble petition to the king, and a memorial
to the Parliament, beseeching that the Stamp Act might be repealed.
But she put the poisonous flower in her bosom, not knowing whether she might ever find any other memorial
Meriones, who had come in fourth, carried off the two talents of gold, and the fifth prize, the two-handled urn, being unawarded, Achilles gave it to Nestor, going up to him among the assembled Argives and saying, "Take this, my good old friend, as an heirloom and memorial
of the funeral of Patroclus--for you shall see him no more among the Argives.
Shortly after that hour we accordingly proceeded to the Taboo Groves, and as soon as we entered their precincts, I looked fearfully round in, quest of some memorial
of the scene which had so lately been acted there; but everything appeared as usual.
it was evident the old man enjoyed the chase more as a memorial
of his youthful sports and deeds than with any expectation of profiting by the success.
We can't go without seeing Disko off," said Harvey; "and Monday's Memorial
Permit me now to pluck it as a memorial
of this interview.
As was the custom of the time, each passer-by added a stone to the memorial
She beheld the horrible fate that overtook three Papists--two he-babies and a she-baby--who began their career by sousing each other with the Holy Water, and then proceeded to the Machiavelli memorial
, dripping but hallowed.
Could I but succeed in once breaking down the barrier of religious superstition which had kept the red races from this El Dorado it would be a fitting memorial
to the immortal virtues of my Princess--I should have again served Barsoom and Dejah Thoris' martyrdom would not have been in vain.