From this total it is easy to calculate that if the Chinese people were to walk past a given point in single file, the procession would never end; long before the last of the three hundred millions had passed by, a new generation would have sprung up to continue the neverending line.

The mother, who idolized her husband as the music lord of the future, was left to a lifelong battle with broom and dustpan, to neverending conciliatory overtures to the butcher and grocer, to the making of her own gowns and of Caroline's, and to the delicate task of mollifying Auguste's neglected pupils.

As always, Russell led the way in his boat, swinging it into the boiling current stern first his own method of taking each cataract making the frail craft respond to his will, when possible, by a forward pull on one or the other of his oars. For half an hour the men were hurled down the seemingly neverending length of tossing waters.

Here he planned tragedies on Iphigenia and the death of Caesar, and also began to study Sandeman's work from a library, to find out what he was accused of. This probably caused, later, his horror of these ideas, and also started his neverending search after truth.

There may, indeed, be happiness in those occasional 'sabbaths of the soul, when calmness, like a canopy, overshadows it, and the mind, for a brief season, eddies quietly round and round, instead of sweeping onward; but none can exist in the long and weary stagnation of feeling, the silent, the monotonous, neverending calm, broken by neither hope nor fear." THE student sat at his books.

Now, out of the blue, we've got this little girl who is probably younger than most eggs, and we are supposed to give her our neverending support?" "Why in the world not?" the pachyderm drawled as he indolently stretched himself. "Nibbles and I agree that, though she is very young, Princess Ozma shows a lot of promise as Oz's new leader. Give the child a chance.

He wanted money, but the reason he wanted it was to use it in having a good time for himself and his friends, writing: "I feel all the ardor and spirit for business I did forty years ago, and see myself more capable to conduct it. The Neverending Indian Warfare. Incessant Violation of the Treaties by Both the Red Men and the White.

A little further upwards, that is to the southwest, the mainland on the right or eastern shore appears this is called Carnapijo; it is rocky, covered with the neverending forest, and the coast, which is fringed with broad sandy beaches, describes a gentle curve inwards. The broad reach of the Para in front of this coast is called the Bahia, or Bay of Marajo.

It was in the same style with her conversation; at one moment declaring herself his disinterested friend, in the next, uttering wild professions of neverending attachment. She deplored the sacrifice which had been made of her, when quite a child, to the doting passion of Lord Mar; and complained of his want of sympathy with any of her feelings.

There may, indeed, be happiness in those occasional 'sabbaths of the soul, when calmness, like a canopy, overshadows it, and the mind, for a brief season, eddies quietly round and round, instead of sweeping onward; but none can exist in the long and weary stagnation of feeling, the silent, the monotonous, neverending calm, broken by neither hope nor fear." THE student sat at his books.