No ma'an, I ain't never seen it: I don't know where is it even, but oh! it could to be awful pretty!" "Yes, honey, it is," said Teacher. "Very, very pretty. When I was a little girl I lived in the country." "All day?" asked Morris. "Yes, all day." "Und all night?" "Yes, dear." "Oh, poor Miss Bailey," crooned Eva. "It could to be a awful sickness what you had." "No, I was very well.
"In the Central Park," Isaac went on, "all the birds is got rubber necks." "What colour from birds be they?" asked Eva. "All colours. Blue und white und red und yellow." "Und green," Patrick Brennan interjected determinedly. "The green ones is the best." "Did you go once?" asked Isaac, slightly disconcerted. "Naw, but I know. Me big brother told me."
Pfeisterrer, G. F. Luthers Lehre von der Beichte, 1857. Klieftoth, Th. Lit. Abhandlungen, 2: Die Beichte und Absolution, 1856. Fischer, E., Zur Geschichte der evangelischen Beichte, 2 vols., 1902-1903. Rietschel, G., Lehrbuch der Liturgik, vol 2, particularly secs. 44, 45, Luthers Affassung der Beichte and Luthers Auffassung von der Absolution. Henry E. Jacobs. Mount Airy, Philadelphia.
They had not scrupled to suggest that possibly he might have been mistaken! Donner und Blitzen! would they still think so when they saw those skins? Ha, ha! When he, von Schalckenberg, next made a definite statement, they would, perhaps, be less ready to discredit it!
There were adults who went to assist at these things of which one read, who departed in state and excitement of an evening to attend performances of "Die Walküre" and "Tristan und Isolde," and who spoke of these experiences in voices and manners different from those in which they spoke, say, of the theater or the concert.
Peter, you haf done well, but I knew you would. Now, we will haf some refreshment und await the return of Tayoga." "I believe," said Robert, "that in Albany, when one is in doubt what to do one always eats. Is it not so?" "It iss so," replied Mynheer Jacobus, smiling, "und what better could one do?
Among his larger works for men's voices is an elaborate setting of Longfellow's poem, "The Skeleton in Armor," which is full of vigor and generally sturdy in treatment, especially in its descriptions of Viking war and seafaring. The storm-scenes, as in Mr. Foote's "Wreck of the Hesperus," seem faintly to suggest Wagnerian Donner und Blitzen, but in general Mr.
I have sketched in my head a 'Tristan und Isolde, the simplest of musical conceptions, but full-blooded; with the 'black flag' which waves at the end I shall then cover myself to die." Three years later he took up the project, but under an inspiration vastly different from that notified to Liszt.
There were letters waiting for them at our house; and no sooner read, but they leaped up, and would forth. Come home now, and go by the steamer to-morrow morning." "Impossible! most hospitable of Israelites." "To go to-night, for see the clouds! Not a postilion will dare to leave Coblentz, under that quick-coming allgemein und ungeheuer henker-hund-und-teufel's-gewitter."
That's how he tells in a letter what he writes on my mamma. Comes no money in the letter und me und my mamma we got it pretty hard. We got three babies." "I'm going home with you this afternoon," announced Miss Bailey in a voice which suggested neither mads nor clubs nor violence.