Not Polly the maid, I'll take my Davey; I have so often left money and things about, and never lost a halfpenny." That same Sunday Saurin and Edwards were standing with two or three others in the quadrangle, when Gould limped by. "How is your ankle getting on, Gould?" one of the group called out. "Better, thanks," he replied, joining them.
Among the dead were Colonel Durnford and Lieutenant Macdonald, Royal Engineers; Captain Russell and Captain Stewart Smith, Royal Artillery; Colonel Pulleine, Major White, Captains Degacher, Warden, Mostyn, and Younghusband; Lieutenants Hobson, Caveye, Atkinson, Davey, Anstie, Dyson, Porteous, Melville, Coghill; and Quartermaster Pullen of the 1st battalion 24th Regiment; and Lieutenants Pope, Austin, Dyer, Griffith, and Quartermaster Bloomfield, together with Surgeon Major Shepheard, of the 2nd battalion 24th Regiment.
It was because Harlan knew he had been with Dolver when Davey Langan had been killed. Latimer thought he had seen a slight relief in Deveny's eyes when he had told the latter that, but he could not be sure, and it was not important. The important thing was that he must kill Harlan and he meant to do it.
How can we ever git anywhere in an argument like this, unless we let one man talk at a time? How " "Go on with your statement," said Uncle Joe Davey, impatiently. Mr. Arp's grievance was increased. "Now listen to YOU! How many more interruptions are comin'? I'll listen to the other side, but I've got to state mine first, haven't I? If I don't make my point clear, what's the use of the argument?
The thing we know as the ancient law of inheritance. Doris, take my advice and keep your hands off." "Oh! Davey. To keep my hands off is so easy that it doesn't seem safe or right." David smiled, then said: "There are times, Doris, when I fear that you should be taken by the roots and transplanted. The old soil is used up." "I I do not understand, David." "Don't try!
"Now, Jemmy, let's have a song." "It must be without the fiddle then," replied Jemmy, "for that's jammed up with the baggage so here goes," I've often heard the chaplain say, when Davey Jones is nigh, That we must call for help in need, to Providence on high, But then he said, most plainly too, that we must do our best, Our own exertions failing, leave to Providence the rest.
If she doesn't, she does not want you to well, Davey, meddle! And she has a perfect right to her freedom. She is self-supporting now!" Doris could but show her pride in Joan's cleverness. "Very well, Doris. I wash my hands of the matter, but I think it sheer madness!" With that Martin returned to town and waited, hopefully, for a summons from Joan. It did not come!
They are mostly named after past Governors, as Macquarie Street, Davey Street, Collins Street, Franklin Square, etc. Over the Town Hall a flag flies, with the proud motto "Sic fortis Hobartia crevit," and the arms of the city, supported by a kangaroo and an emu. Under this same roof is the Public Library, containing about 10,000 volumes. The chief English periodicals are taken here.
I therefore applied to Davey, who kept the coffee- house, and immediately agreed with him, at a reasonable price per week, for a bed and the sitting-room over the coffee-room. This is the very apartment that Colonel Bailey, the uncle of the Marquis of Anglesea, lately inhabited, whose application to the Court of King's Bench was argued the other day, on his complaint of the conduct of Mr.
The princess refused a third glass of wine at the table, but smoked incessantly, and listened absent-mindedly to the music and the songs. Her thoughts may have been of those mad nights of orgy which Davey, the dentist, and Brault, the composer, had described. Her cigarettes were of native tobacco wrapped in pandanus leaf, as the South American wraps his in corn husk.