Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 15 on I am sick of descriptive letters, and will have no more of them. But I should like....  
" I am sick of descriptive letters, and will have no more of them. But I should like some sketches of German life and society, after you have been there and know something about it. If the letters are good, you shall be paid for them, but don't write until... "
Views A-foot: Or, Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff - Page 22
by Bayard Taylor - 1862 - 506 pages
Full view - About this book

Views A-foot, Or Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff: A

Bayard Taylor - Europe - 1856 - 506 pages
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, he addressed me with that honest bluntness which is habitual to him : " I am sick of descriptive...am afraid the eighteen letters which I afterwards scut from Germany, and which were published in the Tribune, were dull in proportion as they were wise....
Full view - About this book

Prose Writings of Bayard Taylor ...

Bayard Taylor - Biography - 1862
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, he addressed me with that honest bluntness which is habitual to him : "I am sick of descriptive...know something about it. If the letters are good, yon shall be paid for them, but don't write until you know something," This I faithfully promised,...
Full view - About this book

Views A-foot: Or, Europe Seen with Knapsack and Staff

Bayard Taylor - Europe - 1862 - 506 pages
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, ho addressed me with that honest hluntness which is habitual to him : " I am sick of descriptive...will have no more of them. But I should like some sketehes of German life and society, after you have been there and know something about it. If the...
Full view - About this book

Education, Volume 12

Education - 1892
...•Greeley for the position of European correspondent for the Tribune, but in vain. Mr. Greeley replied, " I am sick of descriptive letters, and will have no...them ; but don't write until you know something." Young Taylor paid ten dollars for " steerage passage " to Liverpool, putting pride and comfort under...
Full view - About this book

LIFE AND LETTERS OF BAYARD TAYLOR

MARIE HANSEN-TAYLOR - 1884
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, he addressed me with that honest bluntness which is habitual to him : ' I am sick of descriptive...well that I am afraid the eighteen letters which I afterward sent from Germany, and which were published in the ' Tribune,' were dull in proportion as...
Full view - About this book

Life and letters, ed. by M. Hansen-Taylor and H.E. Scudder

Bayard Taylor - 1884
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, he addressed me with that honest bluntness which is habitual to him : ' I am sick of descriptive...well that I am afraid the eighteen letters which I afterward sent from Germany, and which were published in the 'Tribune,' were dull in proportion as...
Full view - About this book

Lives of poor boys who became famous

Sarah Knowles Bolton - Biography - 1885 - 367 pages
...him several letters of introduction to newspaper men. Mr. Gre'eley said bluntly when applied to, " I am sick of descriptive letters, and will have no...them ; but don't write until you, know something." July 1, 1844, Bayard and two young friends, after paying ten dollars each for steerage passage, started...
Full view - About this book

Aim High: Hints and Helps for Young Men

William Makepeace Thayer - Character - 1895 - 181 pages
...Greeley for the position of European correspondent for the Tribune, but in vain. Mr. Greeley replied, " I am sick of descriptive letters, and will have no...for them ; but don't write until you know something" Young Taylor paid ten dollars for "steerage passage " to Liverpool, putting pride and comfort under...
Full view - About this book

Four Famous American Writers: Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, James ...

Sherwin Cody - Authors, American - 1899 - 256 pages
...gentleman, whose friendship it is now my pride to claim, he addressed me with that honest bluntness which is habitual to him : ' I am sick of descriptive...well that I am afraid the eighteen letters which I afterward sent from Germany, and which were published in the Tribune, were dull in proportion as they...
Full view - About this book

Lives of Poor Boys who Became Famous

Sarah Knowles Bolton - Biography - 1922 - 375 pages
...to newspaper men. Mr. Greeley said bluntly when applied to, "I am sick of descriptive letters, and I will have no more of them. But I should like some...for them; but don't write until you know something." July 1, 1844, Bayard and two young friends, after paying ten dollars each for steerage passage, started...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF