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Página 260 - Why, look you now, how unworthy a thing you make of me. You would play upon me ; you would seem to know my stops ; you would pluck out the heart of my mystery ; you would sound me from my lowest note to the top of my compass : and there is much music, excellent voice, in this little organ ; yet cannot you make it speak. 'Sblood, do you think I am easier to be played on than a pipe ? Call me what instrument you will, though you can fret me, you cannot play upon me.
Página 58 - Thou hast most traitorously corrupted the youth of the realm in erecting a grammar school : and whereas, before, our forefathers had no other books but the score and the tally, thou hast caused printing to be used, and, contrary to the king, his crown and dignity, thou hast built a paper-mill.
Página 291 - O SACRED hunger of ambitious mindes, And impotent desire of men to raine ! Whom neither dread of God, that devils bindes, Nor lawes of men, that common- weales containe, Nor bands of nature, that wilde beastes restraine, Can keepe from outrage and from doing wrong, Where they may hope a kingdome to obtaine : No faith so firme, no trust can be so strong, No love so lasting then, that may enduren long.
Página 97 - Oh, great God ! Why, why, in wisdom and in grace's name, And in the name of saints and saintly thoughts, Of mothers, and of sisters, and chaste wives, And angel woman-faces we have seen, And angel woman-spirits we have guessed, And innocent sweet children, and pure love, Why did I ever one brief moment's space But parley with this filthy Belial? Was it the fear Of being behind the world, which is the wicked ? SCENE III.
Página 225 - I may scrape together a few kreutzers to buy you a share in a business on your own account. That is, if you are steady and dutiful, and give satisfaction. So ! " The sacristan leaned back in his chair, with the air of one who had just pronounced an indisputable fiat. But he felt some latent, uneasy doubt of Otto's acquiescence, and furtively watched him out of the corner of his eye.
Página 121 - The horse slacked an instant in a " soft " spot — a perfect bed of mud and water at the foot of a rise in the road ; and listening, Hogan could hear the swift running murmur of the stream behind the tall sedges that hid it from his sight. On a level almost with the top of the bank, and far below that of the road, he could now trace a row of wretched cabins. A faint gleam of light in one or two showed that the inmates had not all as yet gone to bed. But most of them were black and silent. " Are...
Página 158 - A rickety painted table and half a dozen old chairs, in a fearful state of dilapidation, composed the whole furniture, save a broken sofa, one end of which was supported in a hole which had been made in the wall of the room apparently for that especial purpose, and which seemed the chosen home of a brace of fine pointers and a clever-looking terrier — all three of which were curled up on it. Daniel O'Connell, Robert Emmet in his memorable Hessian boots, and other worthies, graced the walls of the...
Página 123 - All down the street the people sprang to their doors, and a crowd of spectators thronged, curious and open-eyed, out of the bye-streets and lanes. Every one was on the alert. But Shea whipped up his horse, and the sight-seers were disappointed. As they passed the hotel, he stooped forward and called to a man, — " Hurry them on, Jack Father Corkran's above, and he waits for no one." He pointed backwards with his whip, indicating the other cars, which he had distanced by a long stretch. Hogan pricked...
Página 242 - Listen, then," said Miss Eily Rafferty; " here's a wrinkle for you, Mary Doyle. Did any of ye hear this story ? Mother Paul told it to mamma last day she was visiting at St. Swithin's. There was a young lady, a great friend of her own (so now it must be true), livin' on the Laracore Road, just out that way a bit towards Green Lanes ; and she was most anxious to get settled. Do ye mind how a nun never says ' get married,' — it is always settled they call it — ho ! ho ! " and Miss Eily giggled...
Página 120 - said Killeen, " Home Rule will settle everything for us; won't it, Mr. Hogan? " Hogan and Dicky both laughed heartily. Meantime the car dashed on fast, splashing through water and over stones without ever slackening. No sign of light showed as yet, and not a sound, save the distant bark of a cur dog, or the ghostly rustle of the bare branches overhead, broke the stillness around them.