They delighted no more in their old frolic and play. Such sport gave place to clasp and kisses, to many words, and to long silences. To savour their friendship they took refuge in an attic of the keep, but all the years they had passed together, made the new love flower more sweetly in their hearts, as each knew well.

Lastly, we find in the lower secular clergy, and doubtless may also assume it to have lingered among some of the regular, some of the salt left whose savour consists in a single-minded and humble resolution to maintain the highest standard of a religious life. But such "clerks" as these are at no times the most easily found, because it is not they who are always running it "unto London, unto St.

And the Jerusalem artichokes. I've been making inquiry about the artichokes, and I'm told they are not ready to eat till the autumn. The first frost is said to improve them. They're fine plants very fine plants. Already the garden had supplied them with occasional food, but they had to confess that, for the most part, these wild vegetables lacked savour.

Formerly, when I could seldom spare money, I kept catalogues as much as possible out of sight; now I savour them page by page, and make a pleasant virtue of the discretion I must needs impose upon myself. But greater still is the happiness of unpacking volumes which one has bought without seeing them.

I merely wish him to see what he has to encounter. By dragging the clergy into the movement you make it savour to the popular intelligence of professional jealousy. By making Dr. Temple your example, you render those who respect his character powerless to express their opinion. Given the system, he is unquestionably the fittest man to profit by it." Reckage took many turns round the room.

He held out to me a bowl of steaming broth, that filled the room with a savour sweeter, ten thousand times, to me than every rose and lily of the world; yet would not let me drink it at a gulp, but made me sip it with a spoon like any baby.

All that in life had been to him unknown, of venture and wild savour; all the emotion he had stifled; the swift Pan he had denied; the sharp fruits, the burning suns, the dark pools, the unearthly moonlight, which were not of God all came with the breath of that old song, and the look on the girl's face. And he covered his eyes. Noel's hand tugged at his arm.

Then it was only a matter of course that where she went her brother should go and a further logical step quite naturally brought in their willing uncle. If he had planned everything, and now was ordering everything, it could not have gone more to his liking. Certain side speculations lent a savour to the satisfaction with which he viewed this state of affairs.

More than a year after the catastrophe the sombre entries still figure in his diary: 'Very weary and wretched both yesterday and to-day: all the savour of life is departed: 'Very wretched all yesterday and to-day: dull, gloomy, blank; sleep itself is turned to sorrow. Nearly two whole years after the same clouds still blacken the sky.

That at a given signal we set upon them and let the blood out of their jugulars. We shall thus gain the mastery of the ship, and be able to enjoy unlimited freedom." "General Whiskerandos, your remarks savour very much of war, but pardon me remarking, very little of wisdom," remarked the aged orator. "You have omitted to mention several important matters.