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Side 143 - It is my wish that my ashes may repose on the banks of the Seine, in the midst of the French people, whom I have loved so well.
Side 126 - ... sojourning in nearly every one of our colonies is the fact that the English nation, if it remains in close commercial union, is only in the infancy of its career. All great statesmen who have understood our colonies have come to this conclusion. Earl Russell summarised the case in the strong words, ' There is no greater benefit to mankind that a statesman can propose to himself than the consolidation of the British Empire.
Side 11 - I want a box of canine pills." Druggist: "What's the matter with the dog? " Old lady (indignantly): " I want you to know, sir, that my husband is a gentleman ! " Druggist puts up some quinine pills in profound silence.
Side 11 - IMPOSSIBLE! HE COULDN'T HAVE USED THE THIRD PERSON." Witness: "MY LORD, THERE WAS NO THIRD PERSON!" Judge: "NONSENSE! i SUPPOSE YOU MEAN THAT HE SAID, 'i STOLE THE PIG!
Side 171 - ... him that he did not hold the pen right, and suggested that he should take it more naturally in his fingers. "Just as though you were writing one of your novels, Mr. Dickens," said he. "I see," returned Dickens — "all of 'er twist.
Side 82 - In a few minutes Biddy returned with the information that Mrs. Jones was seventy-two years, seven months, and twenty eight days old. t&~ Every School and College in the United States should have a copy of "Comstocks Colored Chart...
Side 166 - That in the opinion of this House to live in the sun is preferable to living in the moon.
Side 12 - It?" —Elderly Philanthropist (to small boy who is vainly striving to pull a door bell above his reach)— "Let me help you, my little man." (Pulls the bell.) Small Boy — "Now you had better run, or we'll both get a licking.
Side 31 - ... four teachers are employed, three women and one man. They are well qualified, experienced, , and are doing good work. The Assistant Superintendent is military instructor. Each cadet is in school one half day and at his trade and the regular daily routine work the other half. One half of the cadets are in school in the morning and at work in the afternoon ; the other half reverse this program. Military drill is a regular daily exercise. DISCIPLINE. The military form of discipline prevails and...