And it is well to remember the name of Colin Cloute at least, because a later and much greater poet borrowed that name for one of his own poems, as you shall hear. But the poem which keeps most interest for us is one which perhaps at the time it was written was thought least important. And this poem shows us that Skelton was not always bitter and biting.

A friend of mine has a living in his gift just vacant, worth, I understand, from three to four hundred a year: pleasant neighbourhood small parish. And my friend keeps the hounds! just the thing for you. He is, however, a very particular sort of person wants a companion, and has a horror of anything evangelical; wishes, therefore, to see you before he decides.

It is a grand sport, and I don't know how I should get on without it; after the hard exercise I was accustomed to down in the country, it keeps one's muscles in splendid order, and I can tell you that if one happens to get into a fight in the streets, it is no light thing to be able to polish off an antagonist in a round or two without getting a mark on your face that would keep you a prisoner in your room for a week or more."

How does the air carry sound? how are animals formed? how do some of our limbs constantly obey our wills? what hand puts ideas in our memory, keeps them there as in a register, and pulls them out sometimes when we want them and sometimes in spite of ourselves? Our nature, the nature of the universe, the nature of the least plant, everything for us is sunk in a shadowy pit.

"That can't be," answered the Doctor; "Charley Twyne knows everything about it, and has a letter every second day; and there's no chance of Sir Bale before the tenth; this is a tourist, you'll find. I don't know what the d -l keeps Turnbull; he knows well enough we are all naturally willing to hear who it is." "Well, he won't trouble us here, I bet ye;" and catching deaf Mr.

We have heard so much of the trials He sends; of the gifts of Tantalus He keeps forever in our sight but just beyond our reach; of the blessings He actually bestows upon us only to snatch them away when we have come to love them most we have heard so much of this that we are often afraid of His will as the greatest among the evils of which we stand in dread.

He keeps his courage amid the despair of too many of his party. About one o'clock our Kofle, as Mungo Park words it, set out, self excluded, to witness the fleet sailing from the ramparts. October 27. The weather is more moderate and there is a chance of our sailing. We whiled away our time as we could, relieved by several kind visits.

"Your friend Simon Sneed, whom the mayor spoke to me about, affords us a very good example of the folly of cherishing false pride. Where is Simon now?" "He keeps a store in Washington Street. He is a salesman now, and I don't think he is so foolish as he was." "Perhaps the lesson he learned did him good. But I am keeping you away from your mother, Katy. Who stays with her while you are away?"

She was not a prisoner she was only a looker on; but that is what prison did for her. And our press, echoing our own will, and our courts, voicing our own laws, keeps on shouting, "Put the crooks in stripes; show them no mercy!" Shall we not pause a moment over the bodies of this mother and her son, over this frenzied murder and suicide?

Whether I can follow it or not is a different matter." The Vicomte sighed. "You Englishmen," he said, "are so obstinate. It is the anxiety concerning your friends, I suppose, which keeps you here?" "Yes!" The Vicomte hesitated. He looked up and down the room, and especially at the man whom Duncombe had pointed out to him. He had edged nearer and nearer till he was almost within earshot.