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Marmion a Tale of Flodden Field

By: Sir Walter Scott

...Scott A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania S... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...king from yon fen the reed, And watch it floating down the T weed; Or idly list the shrilling lay With which the milkmaid cheers her way, Marking its ... ...ng, And led his sumpter-mules along, And ambling palfrey, when at need Him listed ease his battle-steed. The last and trustiest of the four, On high h... ...thee fair, Where hast thou left that page of thine, That used to serve thy cup of wine, Whose beauty was so rare? When last in Raby towers we met, ... ...d Marmion drank a fair good rest, The captain pledged his noble guest, The cup went through among the rest, Who drained it merrily; Alone the Palme... ...o the block!’ Say ye, who preach Heaven shall decide When in the lists two champions ride, Say, was Heaven’s justice here? When, loyal in his love ... ... Thus have I ranged my power: Myself will rule this central host, Stout Stanley fronts their right, My sons command the vaward post, With Brian ... ...tley and with Home. 188 Marmion XXVII. Far on the left, unseen the while, Stanley broke Lennox and Argyle; Though there the western mountaineer Rushe...

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Life of John Coleridge Patteson : Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...Life of John Coleridge Patteson: Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands By Charlotte Mary Yonge A Penn State Electronic C... ...lotte Mary Yonge A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Life of John Coleridge Patteson: Missionary Bishop of the Melanesian Islands by ... ...e boy’s sharp, stormy gusts of passion, and his mother’s steady refusal to listen to his ‘I will be good’ until she saw that he was really sorry for t... ... his last examination for the Newcastle, in the spring of 1845. Before the list was given out he had written to his father that the Divinity papers we... ...perienced this sorrow of heart Himself, filling up the full measure of His cup of bitterness. So I don’t learn that I ought exactly to wish it to be o... ... foul winds and hot exhausting weather. ‘I have done little more than read Stanley’s “Sinai and Pal- estine,” and Helps’s “Spanish America,” two excel... ...island, and that they had set out to defend or avenge him. He received his champions with reproof:—’This is the very thing I told you not to do. It is... ...f it. What a contrast to be sure between such work as his and Jowett’s and Stanley’s! Jowett actually avows a return to the old exploded theory of the... ...onary Bishop. Bless their hearts! if they could see me sipping a delicious cup of coffee, with some delightful book by my side, and some of my lads si...

...Preface: There are of course peculiar advantages as well as disadvantages in endeavouring to write the life of one recently departed. On the one hand, the remembrances connected with him are far fresher; his contemporaries can he consulted, and...

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The New Machiavelli

By: H. G. Wells

...CS SERIES PUBLICATION The New Machiavelli by H. G. Wells is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any per- son using this document file, for any purpose, and in... ... war and one of Napier’s expedi- tion to Abyssinia I read from end to end; Stanley and Livingstone, lives of Wellington, Napoleon and Garibaldi, and b... ...ued so that at times he produced an effect of weird world-forgetfulness. I listened puzzled, and at that time not upderstanding many things that after... ...ich pretends that the place of this or that county in the struggle for the championship is a matter of supreme impor- tance to boys. He obliged us to ... ...to do any fine writing,” said Shoesmith. “What you’ve got to do is just to list all the chaps and put a note to their play:—’Naylor minor must pass mo... ...rom a seat near Mrs. Seddon. The little curate, stirring a partially empty cup of tea, mingled with our party, and preluded, I remem- ber, every obser... ...without, he adds, any risk of upset- ting his week-end visits, his morning cup of tea… . The discussion of the relations of men and women dis- turbs e... ...mong publicans and sinners, danced and gibbered a long proces- sion of the champions of orthodoxy. “He wasn’t human,” I said, and remembered that last...

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Waverley or Tis Sixty Years Since

By: Sir Walter Scott

...n Waverley or ‘Tis Sixty Years Since by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...icers of state, and each appli- cation was answered by the production of a list, in which Invernahyle (as the good old gentleman was wont to express i... ...ve expected from the chivalrous epithets of Howard, Mordaunt, Mortimer, or Stanley, or from the softer and more sentimental sounds of Belmour, Belvill... ...ing pleasure. The hours he spent with his uncle and aunt were exhausted in listening to the oft-repeated tale of narrative old age. Yet even there his... ...e descendants of the houses of genuine loyalty, Mordaunts, Granvilles, and Stanleys, whose names were to be found in that military record; and, callin... ...s hath it— Mutemus clypeos, Danaumque insignia nobis Aptemus. Then for the cup, Captain Waverley, it was wrought by the command of St. Duthac, Abbot o... ...o such anilia, it is certain it has always been esteemed a solemn standard cup and heirloom of our house; nor is it ever used but upon sea- sons of hi... ...bably have done as much credit to the good old cause as any of its doughty champions at Drumclog, when, behold! the pedlar, snatching a musket from th...

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King Henry Vi, Part Ii

By: William Shakespeare

... King Henry VI, Part Two by William Shakespeare is a publication of the Pennsylvania State Uni versity. This Portable Document file is f... ...rsity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in... ...SIR HUMPHREY:) WILLIAM STAFFORD : Sir Humphrey Stafford’s brother. SIR JOHN STANLEY : (STANLEY:) VAUX: MATTHEW GOFFE : A Sea captain, (Captain:) Ma... ...s a stick of Gloucester’s grove Shall lose his head for his presumption. But list to me, my Humphrey, my sweet duke: Methought I sat in seat of majest... ...But all his mind is bent to holiness, To number Ave Maries on his beads; His champions are the prophets and apostles, His weapons holy saws of sacred ... ...h for her, And placed a quire of such enticing birds, That she will light to listen to the lays, And never mount to trouble you again. So, let her res... ...s’ open penance done, Live in your country here in banishment, With Sir John Stanley, in the Isle of Man. DUCHESS: Welcome is banishment; welcome wer... ...rinking to him.] First Neighbor: Here, neighbor Horner, I drink to you in a cup of sack: and fear not, neighbor, you shall do well enough. Second Ne... ...or, you shall do well enough. Second Neighbor: And here, neighbor, here’s a cup of charneco. Third Neighbor : And here’s a pot of good double beer, ...

...my depart for France, As procurator to your excellence, To marry Princess Margaret for your grace, So, in the famous ancient city, Tours, In presence of the Kings of France and Sicil, The Dukes of Orleans, Calaber, Bretagne and Alencon, Seven earls, twelve barons and twenty reverend bishops, I have perform?d my task and was espoused: And humbly now upon my bended knee, In ...

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The Second Part of Henry the Sixth

By: William Shakespeare

...The second Part of Henry the Sixt, with the death of the Good Duke HVMFREY. by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Based on the Folio Tex... ... the Good Duke HVMFREY. by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Based on the Folio Text of 1623 DjVu Editions E-books ' 2001, Global Language Resources, Inc.... ...ers groue, 308 Shall loose his head for his presumption. 309 But list to me my Humfrey, my sweete Duke: 310 Me thought I sate in Seate... ... to Holinesse, 442 To number Aue- Maries on his Beades: 443 His Champions, are the Prophets and Apostles, 444 His Weapons, holy Sawes ... ...And plac’t a Quier of such enticing Birds, 476 That she will light to listen to the Layes, 477 And neuer mount to trouble you againe. 478 ... ...0 1.Neighbor. Here Neighbour Horner, I drinke to you 1121 in a Cup of Sack; and feare not Neighbor, you shall doe 1122 well enough. 1... ...e beene afear’d, 1270 Because I wish’d this Worlds eternitie. 1271 Stanley, I prethee goe, and take me hence, 1272 I care not whither, for... ... no fauor; 1273 Onely conuey me where thou art commanded. 1274 Stanley. Why, Madame, that is to the Ile of Man, 1275 There to be vs’d ... ...hee happy when I shooke my head. 2224 How often hast thou waited at my cup, 2225 Fed from my Trencher, kneel’d downe at the boord, 2226 Wh...

...Excerpt: The Second Part of Henry the Sixth with the Death of the Good Duke Humfrey; Actus Primus -- Scoena Prima -- Flourish of Trumpets: Then Hoboyes. Enter King, Duke Humfrey, Salisbury, Warwicke, and Beau-ford on the one side. The Queene, Suffolk...

Table of Contents: The second Part of Henry the Sixt, 1 -- Actus Primus. Scoena Prima., 1

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Kenilworth

By: Sir Walter Scott

...assics Series Publication Kenilworth by Sir Walter Scott is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...; and so great was his fame, that to have been in Cumnor without wetting a cup at the bonny Black Bear, would have been to avouch one’s-self utterly i... ...and low, my friend, broad and wide, far and near. But here is to thee in a cup of thy sack; fill thyself another to pledge me, and, if it is less than... ...ot leave my house at this hour, and shalt e’en have whatever in reason you list to call for. But I would I knew that that purse of thine, which thou v... ...; and let my nephew and Master Goldthred swagger about their wager as they list.” “It seems to me, mine host,” said T ressilian, “that you know not we... ...l with any of the gentlemen of his chamber.” “Let all leave the room, save Stanley and this good fellow,” said the Earl. “And saving me also,” said T ... ... expression that blanked for a mo- ment his bold and animated countenance. Stanley just then entered the hall, and said to Tressilian, “My lord is cal... ...occasioned more serious damage than became such an affray, for many of the champions who met with this mis- chance could not swim, and those who could...

...Introduction: A certain degree of success, real or supposed, in the delineation of Queen Mary, naturally induced the author to attempt something similar respecting ?her sister and her foe,? the celebrated Elizabeth. He will not, however, pretend to have ap...

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Unknown to History : A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...Unknown to History A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scotland By Charlotte M Yonge A Penn State Elec... ...n State Electronic Classics Series Publication Unknown To History A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scottland by Charlotte M Yonge is a publication... ...” said the captain, rising. “Thou art kindly welcome. Sit down and crush a cup of sack with Master Heatherthwayte and me.” “Thanks, cousin,” returned ... ...g so distraught, and not look- ing for madam so early, but Susan could not listen to her, and merely putting the babe into her arms, came with her hus... ... as high as their heads, and were further sheltered by a rock, looking and listening. “Now then, Cis, bravely done! Show how she treats her ladies—” “... ...en there was a knock at the door, and Mrs. Kennedy bore in a salver with a cup of wine, and took from an attendant, who re- mained outside, a tray wit... ... heretic preju- dices, and learn to love her mother’s staunch friends, the champions of Holy Church, and the representatives of true knighthood in the... ...rd Leicester’s doings in the Netherlands, and the splendid exploits of the Stanleys at Zutphen. Lord Talbot promised to take Humfrey to Richmond the n...

Excerpt: Unknown To History A Story of the Captivity of Mary of Scottland by Charlotte M Yonge.

...THE BEWITCHED WHISTLE ...................................................................................................... 57 CHAPTER VII THE BLAST OF THE WHISTLE................................................................................................. 63 CHAPTER VIII THE KEY OF THE CIPHER ..............................................................................

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A Child's History of England

By: Charles Dickens

...ens A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication A Child’s History of England by Charles Dickens is a publication of the Pennsylvania State... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in ... ...deress, who poi soned people when they offended her. One day, she mixed a cup of poison for a certain noble belonging to the court; but her husband d... ...gland. Made very angry by the boldness of this man, the King turned to his cup bearer, and said, ‘There is a robber sitting at the table yonder, who, ... ...of peace, in writing, as he lay very ill in bed, they brought him also the list of the de serters from their allegiance, whom he was re quired to pa... ...eir allegiance, whom he was re quired to pardon. The first name upon this list was John, his favourite son, in whom he had trusted to the last. ‘O Jo... ...nobles who had abandoned him, turned pale when he beheld the powerful Lord Stanley and his son (whom he had tried hard to retain) among them. But, he ... ...imed a powerful stroke at Henry himself, to cut him down. But, Sir William Stanley parried it as it fell, and before Richard could raise his arm again... ...a sort of religious tournament—was appointed to take place between certain champions of the two religions, in Westminster Abbey. You may suppose that ...

...Excerpt: If you look at a map of the World, you will see, in the left-hand upper corner of the Eastern Hemisphere, two Islands lying in the sea. They are England and Scotland, and Ireland. England and Scotland form the greater part of these Islands. Irela...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...LICATION Memorials and Other Papers by Thomas de Quincey is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furnis... ...sity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any purpose, and in a... ...ystematically outraged, or for human rights mercilessly trodden under foot—champions of such interests, men first of all descry, as from a summit sudd... ...shment the pure gospel truth of the narrative could have been sullied. She listened, in a kind of breathless stupor, to my frank explana- tion—that no... ...times in every week dinner invitations to all the families on her visiting list, and lying within her winter circle, which was measured, by a radius o... ...een felt as throwing a shade of dis- grace over the public honor, that the championship of En- gland upon the high road fell for a time into French ha... ..., insist upon having “an atmosphere of their own;” whilst the Howards, the Stanleys, the Talbots, of England; the Hamiltons, the Douglases, the Gordon... ...ered. “Welcome, friends,” said the Count St. Aldenheim, put- ting down his cup, “welcome always; but never more than at this hour, when wine and good ...

...Excerpt: These papers I am anxious to put into the hands of your house, and, so far as regards the U.S., of your house exclusively; not with any view to further emolument, but as an acknowledgment of the services which you have already rendered me; namely, first, in having brought ...

... I. ....................................................................................................... 4 FROM THE AUTHOR, TO THE AMERICAN EDITOR OF HIS WORKS. .......................................................... 4 EXPLANATORY NOTICES......................................................................................................................................

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John Keble's Parishes a History of Hursley and Otterbourne

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...JOHN KEBLE’S PARISHES A HISTORY OF HURSLEY AND OTTERBOURNE By Charlotte M. Yonge A Penn State Electronic Cl... ...e Electronic Classics Series Publication John Keble’s Parishes: A History of Hursley and Otterbourne by Charlotte M. Yonge is a publication of the Pe... ...lect, some specimens are appended, which come from personal knowledge. The lists of birds and of flowers are both from the actual observation of long ... ...Parliament for the county of Hants, and had been placed at the head of the list of his father’s attempt at a House of Lords, and he allowed greatness ... ...ysteries; those by the east window are St. Athanasius and St. Augustine as champions of the faith. On the corbels 64 John Kemble’s Parishes o... ...rew’s Day, the 30th of November 1864, as he was sitting up writing to Dean Stanley on a passage of which he disapproved in the 78 John Kemble... ...and so alighted that neither horse nor man was hurt, and the horse won the cup at the races the year after, under the name of Beware Chalk-Pit. Parnho... ...g close together, not large, but wonderfully thick, a golden river of king-cup between banks of dog’s mercury, later on whole glades of wild hyacinth,...

...Preface: To explain the present undertaking, it should be mentioned that a history of Hursley and North Baddesley was compiled by the Reverend John Marsh, Curate of Hursley, in the year 1808. It was well and carefully done, with a considerable amount of antiquarian knowledge. It reached a second edition, an...

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To Build a Fire : And Other Stories

By: Jack London

...2 In a Far Country . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 The Wisdom of the Trail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 An Odyssey of the N... ... . . 44 An Odyssey of the North . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 The Law of Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 The God of His... ... and sour dough. That was before your time,” Malemute Kid said as he turned to Stanley Prince, a young mining expert who had been in two years. “No wh... ...an trader, clanged their cups to Alsace and Lorraine. Then Malemute Kid arose, cup in hand, and glanced at the greased paper window, where the frost ... ...ares for his dogs and then himself,” whispered Malemute Kid to Prince, as they listened to the snapping jaws and 4 JACK LONDON the wolfish snarls and ... ...my contemplation of his steaming moccasins, but was aroused by Ruth filling his cup. “Thank God, we ’ve got slathers of tea! I ’ve seen it growing, dow... ...ight on the end of a quickly extempo rized handspike, easing the pressure and listening to her husband’s groans, while Malemute Kid attacked the tree... ...ds; and in this wise was Malemute Kid welcomed to his own cabin by a stranger. Stanley Prince, who should have welcomed him, and who was re sponsible... ...le local fighters. But Danny is class. His next fight after this will be for the championship. And you ’re unknown. Nobody ever heard of you out of Los ...

...t when it comes to brandy and peppersauce and?--?Dump it in. Who?s making this punch, anyway?? And Malemute Kid smiled benignantly through the clouds of steam. ?By the time you?ve been in this country as long as I have, my son, and lived on rabbit tracks and salmon-belly, you?ll learn that Christmas comes only once per annum. And a Christmas without punch is sinking a hole...

...Table of Contents: To the Man on Trail, 1 -- The White Silence, 12 -- In a Far Country, 24 -- The Wisdom of the Trail, 44 -- An Odyssey of the North, 53 -- The Law of Life, 90 -- The God of His Fathers, 99 -- The League of the Old ...

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Theological Essays and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

...THEOLOGICAL ESSAYS AND OTHER PAPERS BY THOMAS DE QUINCEY A A A A AUTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF C C C C CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP... ...UTHOR OF UTHOR OF UTHOR OF C C C C CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OP ON... ...when his race clamored for justice, nor when it languished for pity, would listen without hire! How gladly would man turn away from his false rapaciou... ... by the popular finger; and, in some quarters, a third is suggested, viz., Stanley, Bishop of Norwich. The bet- ting, however, is altogether in favor ... ...nity and free-thinking bishops before now. England can show a considerable list of such people—even Rome has a smaller list. Rome, that weeds all libr... ...to the same Sultzer, he remarks that—when we see the Papists such avenging champions of their own superstitious fables as not to falter in shedding in... ...ttempt to wrench this notion of a verbal inspiration from the hands of its champions by a reductio ad absurdum, viz., by showing the monstrous consequ... ...as for final despair. Whether he had ever drunk profoundly enough from the cup of spiritual re- ligion to understand the full meaning of Christ’s refu...

...Contents ON CHRISTIANITY, AS AN ORGAN OF POLITICAL MOVEMENT..................................4 PROTESTANTISM............................................................................................................... 39 ON THE SUPPOSED SCRIPTURAL EXPRESSION FO...

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