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Page 14 - The royal feast was done; the King Sought some new sport to banish care, And to his jester cried: "Sir Fool, Kneel now, and make for us a prayer!
Page 49 - My dear Morse: It was very pleasant for me to get a letter from you the other day. Perhaps I should have found it pleasanter if I had been able to decipher it. I don't think I mastered anything beyond the date (which I knew), and the signature (which I guessed at).
Page 49 - I'll take another shy at it today and maybe I shall be able, in the course of a few years, to make out what he means by those t's that look like w's, and those i's that haven't any eyebrows !' Other letters are read and thrown away and forgotten, but yours are kept forever — unread.
Page 51 - ... uniform; that the matter is as compact as circumstances will permit, and that footnotes fall on the page containing the corresponding reference and are symmetrically arranged.
Page 19 - ... Grammar he has followed the traditional principles, but adds that " the validity of them is open to question." See the next footnote, and the footnote on p. 267.) In Allen and Greenough's, 14, an uncertain statement is given, all that is said on the subject being that " this rule [namely that ' a single consonant between two vowels is to be written and pronounced with the latter'] is sometimes extended to double consonants, or any combination of consonants which can be used to begin a word...
Page 49 - There's a singular and perpetual charm in a letter of yours ; it never grows old ; it never loses its novelty. One can say to one's self every morning: 'There's that letter of Morse's; I haven't read it yet. I think I'll take another shy at it to-day and maybe I shall be able, in the course of a few years, to make out what he means by those t's that look like w's, and those i's that haven't any eyebrows!
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