Biographical Dictionary of Historic Scholars, Museum Professionals and Academic Historians of Art. Their full amount is justly due to me, but as embarrassments, the natural consequen- ces of a long war, disable my country from supporting its credit, I shall wait with until it is rich enough to discharge them. You my sentiments on that subject. Segments of circles; what a crabbed term! They moved to in 1801, and were the parents of eleven children: Royall Born 1794, died in college ; John b. Dimple, it will be without her heart. Let not light Censure on your faults offend, Which aims not to expose them, but amend.
There the old man was even with her; he was up to the notch--ha, ha, ha! Envy and suspicion, the vices of little , possessed them. The 'Contrast' was first performed at the John Street Theater, New-York City, on the 16th of April, 1787, and undoubtedly met with the approval of the public, as it was repeated on the 18th of April, the 2d and 12th of May the same season, and was reproduced with success later at Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Boston. . On failure, I shall empower some lawyer in your country to recover the amounts. In 1811 she returned to Boston and had a mastectomy without anesthetic.
Why, my dear Henry, you have such a lofty way of saying things, that I protest I almost tremble at the of introducing you to the polite circles in the city. He read me such lectures, out of pure brotherly affec- tion, against the extremes of fashion, dress, flirting, and coquetry, and all the other dear things which he I doat upon, that I protest his conversation made me as melancholy as if I had been at church; and heaven , though I never prayed to go there but on one occasion, yet I would have exchanged his conversa- tion for a psalm and a sermon. Catgut say it was the most fashionable? I say there can be no that the brilliancy of your merit will secure you a favourable reception. These themes are in the play, and the students can readily identify them in the contrasts Tyler sets up for dramatic effect. By the spring of 1784 he won Nabby's heart and the approval of her parents. He sat down, and, in- stead of having recourse to observations upon the weather, or hackneyed criticisms upon the theatre, he entered readily into a conversation worthy a man of sense to speak, and a lady of delicacy and sentiment to. Van Rough loves her tenderly p.
It is , there is infinite in this charitable pursuit. I wonder Mary did not tell me she of his spending his money so foolishly. He was not strictly handsome, but he spoke the language of sentiment, and his eyes looked tender- ness and honour. I vow, my own town song has put me into such top- ping that I believe I'll begin to do a little, as Jessamy says we must when we go a-courting. I was told by a friend of mine that you laughed outright at the play the other night, when you ought only to have tittered.
Jonathan, you have not taken part with the insurgents. Jessamy tells me you wanted to have some conversa- tion with me. When the lady it necessary to check his ardour, she called up a frown upon her lovely face, so irresistibly alluring, that it would have warmed the frozen bosom of age; remem- ber, said she, putting her delicate arm upon his, re- member your and my honour. In Paris, the fashions have their dawnings, their routine, and declensions, and depend as much upon the caprice of the day as in other countries; but there every lady assumes a right to deviate from the general ton as far as will be of advantage to her own appearance. A cockade, a lapell'd coat, and a feather, they will tell you, are irresistible by a female heart.
My master and I obtain our from the same source;--though, gad! And so you would make me believe that the sensible Maria would give up Dumpling manor, and the all-accomplished Dimple as a husband, for the absurd, ridiculous reason, forsooth, because she despises and abhors him. How naturally, then, should we love the brave and the ; how gratefully should we bless the arm raised for our protection, when nerv'd by and directed by honour! Dim- ple and Maria are soon to be married. I have a power of fine. I ought to regard your friends as my own. Hamburg, Germany: Norderstedt Books on Demand. Though I cannot charge with ever having discredited a tea-party by my silence, yet I take care never to report any thing of my acquaintance, especially if it is to their credit,--discredit, I mean,--until I have searched to the bottom of it. He as if he meant to insult and disgust me; whilst my father, in the last conversation on the subject of our marriage, spoke of it as a matter which lay near his heart, and in which he would not bear contradiction.
But there was one thing I didn't like in that Mr. Friendships made in adversity are last- ping; our countrymen may forget us, but that is no reason why we should forget one another. No; I only wished that the man I shall marry may look, and talk, and act, just like him. And so, as you love Mary and Mary loves you, you shall have my consent immediately to be married. Tyler continued to write, and frequently collaborated with his friend , including co-writing a satirical column which appeared in Dennie's newspaper The Farmer's Weekly Museum. I hope I am as insensible to flattery as most men; but I declare it may be my weak side that I never the name of soldier mentioned with respect, but I a thrill of which I never on any other occasion.
They said as how the leaden man was a damn'd tory, and that he took in his and rode off in the time of the troubles. This conception that high culture, if demonstrated fully and well, would produce in the masses a liking for high culture and a desire to emulate high culture fascinates them because it seems to them unbelievably naive. This comes of your reading your story- books; your Charles Grandisons, your Sentimental Journals, and your Robinson Crusoes, and such other trumpery. It may be very becoming to saunter round the house of a rainy day; to visit my grand-mamma, or to go to Quakers' meeting: but to swim in a minuet, with the eyes of fifty well-dressed beaux upon me, to trip it in the Mall, or walk on the battery, give me the luxurious, jaunty, flowing, bell- hoop. I will say this to the credit of our city beaux, that such is the delicacy of their complex- ion, dress, and address, that, even had I no reliance upon the honour of the dear Adonises, I would trust in any possible situation with them, without the least apprehensions of rudeness. There was one youngster; they called him Mr. She watched his conduct and conversation, and found that he had by travelling, acquired the wickedness of Lovelace without his , and the politeness of Sir Charles Gran- dison without his.