4 edition of Lord Ormont and His Aminta found in the catalog.
March 2003 by Wildside Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||336|
He knew the qualities of the famous bruisers of the time, cited fisty names, whose owners were then to be seen all over an admiring land in prints; Lord Ormont and His Aminta book the glorious defensive-offensive attitude, England's own-- Touch me, if you dare! She bore well the small shuffle with her jewel-box—held herself gallantly. Hampton-Evey, his manner of speech, general opinions, professional doctrines; rolled him into a ball and bowled him, with a shrug for lamentation, over the decay of the good old order of manly English Protestant clergymen, who drank their port, bothered nobody about belief, abstained from preaching their sermon, if requested; were capital fellows in the hunting-field, too; for if they came, they had the spur to hunt in the devil's despite. Stag, fox, and hare ran before them, over fields and through drawing-rooms: the scent was rich. Hampton-Evey here, make infidels--they make a puzzle of their God. She became nearly black in their minds.
An impassioned sister's jealousy preferred that it should not be a wife reigning to dispute her share of her brother in imagination. But when it came to the duel between the man and the Lord Ormont and His Aminta book, her sense of justice was moved to join her with the party of her unfairly handled sisters--a strong party, if it were not so cowardly, she had to think. Now go and eat. He scattered an unprepared body of many hundreds, who might have enveloped him, and who would presumptively have stood their ground, had they not taken his handful to be the advance of regiments. There had been no female feignings either, affected misapprehensions, gapy ignorances, and snaky subterfuges, and the like, familiar to men who have the gentle twister in grip. Ay, and we should be twirling with a fair form on the arm: woman and man; as it ought to be; twirling downward, true, but together.
Those parsons, I told the Rev. They are hard bargainers. She was amicable, conversable, all that was agreeable as a woman, and she was the chillest of wives. That's what those hosts of female men combine to try to stifle.
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She gave her mind to his voice, following whither it went; half was in air, higher than the swallow's, exalting him. He remained Lord Ormont and His Aminta book days at Olmer. When he came to Olmer again he was under one of his fits of reserve, best undisturbed.
But, then, Ormont had high principles with regard to the dues to his family. His cheeks are as red as yours now you're blushing. They had meaning; and here was one of the great ladies of the land who thought for herself, and was thoughtful for the country. They are hard bargainers.
Lady Charlotte ascribed it to his recollection of the quick blusher, the pained blusher, she was in her girlhood at mention or print of the story of men and women. He had large reserves of eulogy for boxing.
Lord Ormont disrelished the caresses of relatives. He betrayed the man completely cornered by generalizing. They had to birch the devil out of them three times a day and half the night, howling like full-moon dogs all through their lives, till the flesh was off them.
All the more, it's a point of honour with a man of honour to shield her from herself. Her deductions were plausible, convincing to friends shaken by her vehement manner of coming at them. The Gordian knot of a difficulty cut is agreeable in the contemplation of an official chief hesitating to use the sword and benefiting by having it done for him.
She said, "Arthur Abner's a reader of men: I can trust his word about them.
Shalders had been worked by Matey Weyburn into a state of raw antagonism at the mention of the gallant General; he could not avoid sitting in judgement on him.
Lord Ormont wrote intemperately.
The practice Lord Ormont and His Aminta book the duel begot the peculiar animal logic of the nobler savage, which tends to magnify an offence in the ratio of our vanity, and hunger for a blood that is not demanded by the appetite.
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