At the steepest point of the hill there was a little burial-ground, with a Cross and a new large figure of Our Saviour on it; it was a poor figure in wood, done by some inexperienced rustic carver, but he had studied the figure from the life--his own life, maybe--for it was dreadfully spare and thin.
But he lies yonder, under a little heap of poor grass.
I beg for mercy for my poor friend, Harlequin, who has never done the least harm in his life.
No, it is not fair for poor Harlequin, the best friend that I have in the world, to die in my place
This claim, however, I desire to be allowed me only on condition that I preserve strict honesty towards my poor
brethren, from whom, if ever I borrow any of that little of which they are possessed, I shall never fail to put their mark upon it, that it may be at all times ready to be restored to the right owner.
Tears which did honor to his manly heart fell from the young man's eyes, as he bent over his poor friend.
Tom grasped his hand, and continued,--"Ye mustn't, now, tell Chloe, poor soul
The combat, which we describe in a sentence or two, lasted for many weeks in poor Amelia's heart, during which she had no confidante; indeed, she could never have one, as she would not allow to herself the possibility of yielding, though she was giving way daily before the enemy with whom she had to battle.
Then the poor old gentleman revealed the whole truth to her--that his son was still paying the annuity, which his own imprudence had flung away.
Dear friends," she began, raising her voice a little, "you have all of you been to church, and I think you must have heard the clergyman read these words: 'The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor.
We have been brought up in poor cottages and have been reared on oat-cake, and lived coarse; and we haven't been to school much, nor read books, and we don't know much about anything but what happens just round us.
The peasant-girl, armed with a huge horn comb, was giving her whole attention to the work of disentangling the long black hair of the poor
countess, who was uttering little stifled cries, expressive of some instinctive sense of pleasure.
You know how poor
we are' (it is probable he did, having some reason to know it
Besides this, she had a fancy to pass through Alencon so elegantly equipped that no one could recognize her; to put her mother above the reach of necessity, and also to send to poor
Athanase, in a delicate manner, a sum of money,--which in our age is to genius what in the middle ages was the charger and the coat of mail that Rebecca conveyed to Ivanhoe.
My feet they are sore, and my limbs they are weary; Long is the way, and the mountains are wild; Soon will the twilight close moonless and dreary Over the path of the poor