A Lady and Her Letters

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Thomas J. Flynn, 1905 - Letter writing - 90 pages
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Page 31 - Tell him we're well and happy, thank the Lord ; But of our troubles, since he went away, You'll mind, avick, and never say a word ! Of cares and troubles, sure, we've all our share; The finest summer isn't always fair. "Tell him the spotted heifer calved in May; She died, poor thing ; but that you needn't mind ; Nor how the constant rain destroyed the hay ; But tell him God to us was ever kind ; And when the fever spread the country o'er, His mercy kept the ' sickness
Page 73 - Oregon orig. — original; originally ornith. — ornithology OS, OS — Old Saxon OS— Old Style (calendar) Os — osmium OSA — Order of St. Augustine OSB — Order of St. Benedict OSF — Order of St. Francis (Franciscan, or Capuchin, Order) OSRD — Office of Scientific Research and Development OSS — Office of Strategic Services OT — Old Testament OTS, OTS — Officers
Page 31 - Remember, Denis, all I bade you say; Tell him we're well and happy, thank the Lord; But of our troubles, since he went away, You'll mind, avick, and never say a word! Of cares and troubles, sure, we've all our share; The finest summer isn't always fair. "Tell him the spotted heifer calved in May; She died, poor thing; but that you needn't mind; Nor how the constant rain destroyed the hay; But tell him God to us was ever kind; And when the fever spread the country o'er, His mercy kept the 'sickness
Page 97 - ... elegant in these pages, while the sentiment is fed from the springs of religion, genial common sense, and the science of those canons of politeness and savoir-faire which are valid the wide world over, because they are the " fine flower
Page 26 - It is not the result of an impulse of the moment, of a flash of temper,' or some erratic and temporary emotion ; it is simply a thing that reveals the grain of life, its very quality.
Page 85 - Doane regret extremely that a previous engagement must deprive them of the pleasure of accepting the invitation of Mr.
Page 91 - Conway's suggestions were faithfully followed, a great many people would find life far sweeter and more beautiful.
Page 72 - CSB, Congregation of St. Basil. CSC, Congregation of the Holy Cross. CSP, Congregation of St. Paul (Paulist Fathers).
Page 97 - You have done the very thing that was most needed in Catholic literature, and you have done it perfectly well. "Questions of Honor...

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