The Dawn a Church and home journal

I would not speak until they were all quite clear to me . “ What are you ... This was
a side of Lenox her uncle had Tom Apthorp ' s words , I can only relate their
substance as never seen before . Lenox did ... Do you the most famous picture -
galleries , the sublimest and loveliest mean to give up all your life to these people
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Appletons Journal

an election to the Municipal Council of Paris it also , and that is why I shall allow
you precisely should have any possible ... and dreaded the reproaches which the
mere putting of the supposition into words she would naturally , shower on him .
He refills me with horror - but just suppose that you membered , too , that the
gratification of his own persisted in taking the ... the salon , and this quiet sleeper ,
who saw every“ My great - uncle Antonin , " she replied , gen- thing , said to her :
tly ...

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The Australian Journal

Tuis gave me new courage , and I at once in the morning of that day , I was
suddenly transported from the plunged with heart and ... the hero future estate
without any investment of good deeds in this world , of my own life , which began
in the year of great revolutions . ... was a sufferer for many weeks after the Hume ,
or logician Mill , would have found it rather difficult to operation . convince my
uncle of ...

The Australian Journal

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Lippincott s Monthly Magazine a Popular Journal of General Literature

... Mr. Snow Morris was a cousin of my " Solitary imprisonment was considered
own , the brother , too , of Fanny Burt . best . Besides , I have to teach those two I
was obliged to send for him to come little girls English and look after the into the
... your looks , I should say your vowith both hands , and stared hard at cation was
to charm the world , not to me . improve it . ... against a tree , then came back .
singular dearth of matter for conversa “ Your uncle gave me some idea of you , "
tion .

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Chambers s Journal

department has been sent from London to and different corps in the Portsmouth
garrison . thoroughly investigate the matter , and the So ... I noticed the so that it
would consequently be prudent for recruiting officer gave a most respectful mili .
me to visit a maternal uncle in France ... Warmto qualify them for commissions in
the Guards ing to my subject , I recited the whole of or the other famous corps of
the army . ... of the 93d to the Isle of Wight , figure in the world or I ' m much
mistaken .

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Chamber s Journal of Popular Literature Science and Arts

Journal of me a department had been sent from London to and different corps in
the Portsmouth garrison . thoroughly ... the so that it would consequently be
prudent for recruiting officer gave á most respectful milime to visit a maternal
uncle in France ... Warmto qualify them for commissions in the Guards ing to my
subject , I recited the whole of or the other famous corps of the army . ... you will
yet cut some sergeant of the 93d to the Isle of Wight , figure in the world or I'm
much mistaken .

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U S Army Recruiting and Reenlisting Journal

The author of was the first to give Sam whiskers , drygoods business , and even
the 1830 account himself recalls or the now prominent " goatee . ... Uncle Sam
came the and another 400,000 in the Second With the onset of the war , the
American scene at most World War . small ... forefinger but the “ U.S. " was a
puzzle . of Uncle Sam on the famous recruiting poster According to one source (
writing of ...

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The Army recruiter's professional magazine.

The Gentleman s Journal

I struggled hard to get at cut into fantastic shapes by the action of water MY
UNCLE'S ADVENTURE . liberty , but do all I would , I could ... It's from being
selfish , and , as a man should , to brain whirls as one looks down to the bed of
the one of them great beasts — I know it is . ... Over and over again I felt
something crawl sarily be arrangements differing greatly from Tom's words
brought me to myself , and ...

The Gentleman s Journal

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Diary of Mrs Kitty Trevylyan a story of the times of Whitefield and the Wesleys By the author of Chronicles of the Sch nberg Cotta Family etc Mrs E Charles

Uncle Henderson gave me a purse with five new guineas in it , saying some
people had found a fortune grow from no ... to me as anything Uncle Henderson
could desire for me , if I can only tell which of the ten plans I have thought of is the
best . ... and prayed that the good Lord would keep me through all the perils of
the wilderness ; “ for the world was a wilderness , no doubt , and temptation was
strong .

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Lippincott s Monthly Magazine

19 Mr. Snow Morris was a cousin of my " Solitary imprisonment was considered
own , the brother , too , of Fanny Burt . best . Besides , I have to teach those two I
was obliged to send for him to come little girls English and look after the into the
... From your looks , I should say your vowith both hands , and stared hard at
cation was to charm the world , not to improve it . ... against a tree , then came
back . singular dearth of matter for conversa “ Your uncle gave me some idea of
you , tion .

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Chambers s Journal

Still , I must were ready to return . own that for a time I was quite overwhelmed "
Well , ' said my uncle , " all's well that ends by ... I kept Like many another , it was
one of those the news to myself for a time , but at last I told that were burnt to the
... Of course , his peasantry some twenty years afterwards owing surprise was as
great as mine had been . to the greed and ... was little more question Germany
looked on with eager than a name to the rest of the world , a semieyes and
twitching ...

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The Dublin University Magazine

There was a uncle ' s hands , he told me the reason vein which was visible near
the angle of his reserve on the subject . of his lofty temple , and in moments “ I
thought it best , dear Maud , not of agitation stood out against the sur - to plague
you with a secret , and rounding pallor ... Nobody , until the storm shall world ,
Maud , so long as we act , as have blown over , must know where we have
hitherto done ...

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Friends Intelligencer and Journal

publication of its class in the limited field which it could No wind can drive my
bark astray , expect to have . ... Nor time , nor space , nor deep , nor high , The
class and society suppers were held on Sixth - and Can keep my own away from
me . ... is get op in the world in whatever trade or profession desired , the
approaches to the Library should be better they may be . ... found great pleasure
in roadAsleep , awake , by night or day , ing some books which his uncle wrote ,
and in lookThe ...

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The Agnostic Journal and Eclectic Review

The sons , who until then had been kept with the greatest gravity , was , I can
assure you , both curious in check ... we had no advantage ; and my uncle
Laurence , the boldest The blood mounted to my cheeks , and , drawing back dis-
of all ... And the recollection brings me no remorse , no might have had me made
into mincemeat by his uncles , for more than to a ... the established have lost a
fine opportunity for doing an injury to a neigh- laws were , for me , words devoid
of meaning .

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The London Journal

jockeys ride better for the sweepstakes than did we for Belle opened her great
eyes wide with wonder . At the words she drew off her riding - glove , and Belle
Catherwood ; the trees and fences reeled by till I “ In the first place , I ... just as I
please , and if you don't answer to sprang upon my horso with a desperate vigour
, which which my uncle had assigned to me ... We were , at this instant , within a
rod of a lady has merely paused to give her horso a single “ Not quite , sir , " the
young ...

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Chambers s Edinburgh journal conducted by W Chambers Continued as Chambers s Journal of popular literature science and arts

Chambers's journal. night about this partiality of his , the blows he had what they
could to injure her in the estimation of given me , and my in every way
disagreeable and her imperial aunt , but the tact and ... a separate world in itself .
terms , though she attached a certain value to him as Like a vessel floating on the
surface of ... At last I became ' too deep for the empire generally , there was great
rejoicing .

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The Magazine of the beau monde or Monthly journal of fashion afterw The Nouveau beau monde or Magazine of fashion

... perversion of it as at any too , that though he was the the best of uncles , he
had earlier period of the world ' s history . ... All her raillery might be worn for
centuries , without saving a single and the rides ended by my uncle saying to his
... Knowing my great affection for her , and a visit to my uncle - a single gentleman
, who resides knowing she might say or do any thing without offendupon and
cultivates his own estate , in the North of ing me , she made me a promise that
she would ...

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Household Journal of Popular Information Amusement and Domestic Economy

That regiment , I have ascertained , brooch to be genuine , and of great value .
ordinary phenomenon ; for as such they persisted in ... This Mr. Morris , me to part
with the original ; ' and I wore covered from the shock of her London ad- merely
some message ... You have no objection to accom- sent at the World's Great ... I
am a pretty good judge of the value uncle gave you , did not sail for India , and—
” .

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Pitman s Journal of Commercial Education

A PO - Y In time the king cast his eyes on me and said , “ My dear nephew , if I
have lost that wicked son , it may be that I shall find in you one who will supply bis
... I got safely out of my uncle ' s land , and have since moved from place to place
in many countries , and lived as best I ... My father was glad to let me go , for he
felt that there could be no better chance for a prince of my age to see the world .

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