"W want the Speaker?" he inquired. Mr. Crewe acknowledged that he did. "Ed only sleeps there," said Mr. Braden. "Guess you'll find him in the Railroad-Room." "Railroad Room?" "Hilary Vane's, Number Seven." Mr. Braden took hold of the lapel of his fellow-townsman's coat. "Callated you didn't know it all," he said; "that's the reason I come down so's to help you some." Mr.

"W want the Speaker?" he inquired. Mr. Crewe acknowledged that he did. "Ed only sleeps there," said Mr. Braden. "Guess you'll find him in the Railroad-Room." "Railroad Room?" "Hilary Vane's, Number Seven." Mr. Braden took hold of the lapel of his fellow-townsman's coat. "Callated you didn't know it all," he said; "that's the reason I come down so's to help you some." Mr.

There is no need to continue the story, for I have nothing to add to the facts set forth in the pamphlet and the play. If Britannia's Pastorals had been written a few years later, we may be sure that William Browne would have paid a fitting compliment to his fellow-townsman's bravery.

So highly did the Pisans prize their fellow-townsman's pulpit that a law was passed and guardians were appointed for its preservation much in the same way as the Zeus of Pheidias was consigned to the care of the Phaidruntai. Niccola Pisano founded a school.

So Jacob candidly acknowledged that "the banks were crowding a little," whenever he found it necessary to ask for the use of a fellow-townsman's name to his paper. He found it necessary a good many times these days, and he was not very often refused.

The great man may have heard of his fellow-townsman's children being in the city, and have taken notice of them. Certain, at any rate, it is that these boys grew up together on terms of close familiarity. Marius had observed his nephew, and had marked him for promotion.

"W want the Speaker?" he inquired. Mr. Crewe acknowledged that he did. "Ed only sleeps there," said Mr. Braden. "Guess you'll find him in the Railroad-Room." "Railroad Room?" "Hilary Vane's, Number Seven." Mr. Braden took hold of the lapel of his fellow-townsman's coat. "Callated you didn't know it all," he said; "that's the reason I come down so's to help you some." Mr.

Put yourself in his place and imagine you have got hold of a man or woman who has been placing a live crocodile or a catawumpus of some kind into your own or a valued relative's, or fellow-townsman's inside, so that it may eat up valuable viscera, and cause you or your friend suffering and death. How would you feel? A little like lynching your captive, I fancy.

It was in 1542 that Vasari, summoned to Venice at the suggestion of Aretino, paid his first visit to the city of the Lagoons in order to paint the scenery and apparato in connection with a carnival performance, which included the representation of his fellow-townsman's Talanta.