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FOBXST. SPEAK GENTLY. Speak gently !—lt is better far rule love than fear— Speak gently—let not harsh words mur The

... FOBXST. SPEAK GENTLY. Speak gently !—lt is better far rule love than fear— Speak gently—let not harsh words mur The good might here Speak gently ! —love doth whisper low The vows that true hearts bind : And nently Friendship's accents flaw,— Affection's ...

Published: Saturday 14 February 1846
Newspaper: West Kent Guardian
County: London, England
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 162 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

bid youunderttnnd ?—A ? 'Not You speak it ?--I speak it. as to lie' itnrieri.tooil ?—Yes S o as to

... bid youunderttnnd ?—A ? 'Not You speak it ?--I speak it. as to lie' itnrieri.tooil ?—Yes S o as to make your way in Italy ?—Yes. In what langimge you lipid the conversation you have Mentionrd.with ?—ht Did you hare any one to interpret between you ? ...

Published: Monday 09 October 1820
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 964 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR. forming Collection of Colloquial Essays, particularly adapted render the speaking of ..

... SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR. forming Collection of Colloquial Essays, particularly adapted render the speaking of French English Persons; In Sixty Leasimt. and for J. V. VILLB, Professor the French Language, No. 1, aioho-squars, near the Bazaar, and Lawrence-lane ...

Just published. SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR, forming J. a Collection of Colloquial Essays, particularly adapted to ..

... Just published. SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR, forming J. a Collection of Colloquial Essays, particularly adapted to render the speaking of French easy to English Persons ; in Sixty Lessons. and for J. V. DOUVILLE, Professor of the French Language, No. 1, ...

Published: Wednesday 28 November 1827
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 320 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

LAMP* AND SPEAKING PIPES. API'LETON, PATEN r LA mil MA SPEAKING PIPE MANUFACTURER. to Illajesty'sTreasury, ..

... LAMP* AND SPEAKING PIPES. API'LETON, PATEN r LA mil MA SPEAKING PIPE MANUFACTURER. to Illajesty'sTreasury, Somerset Donee, die. beds Irate to infrom his Friends, the Nobility, soil the &met-ruin Public., that, after twenty Sue years all, note study nppbratiaa ...

Published: Saturday 11 August 1810
Newspaper: British Press
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 203 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

electoral districts. Hon. members had been charged with speaking to their constituents : he wished to speak for ..

... electoral districts. Hon. members had been charged with speaking to their constituents : he wished to speak for his constituents, and to state, that the borough represented (Kinsale) would be all but ruined by the operation of the bill as stood. The poor-rate ...

Published: Tuesday 01 June 1847
Newspaper: Globe
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1700 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

M. PIERRE BONAPARTE then mounted the tribune, and was left speaking. It is said that M. LAMARTINE intends ..

... M. PIERRE BONAPARTE then mounted the tribune, and was left speaking. It is said that M. LAMARTINE intends speaking in favour of the motion of M. RATEAU. The President has determined that the list of candidates for the Vice-Presidency shall be MM. Odilon ...

Published: Saturday 13 January 1849
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1704 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THK SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR, In Sixty Le»oh>, particularly calculated to render tlie Speaking French eary to ..

... THK SPEAKING FRENCH GRAMMAR, In Sixty Le»oh>, particularly calculated to render tlie Speaking French eary to Kngltah peraam. The Fourth Edition. J. V. Duurille, M.A., ProferMr the French Language, 110, Strand, London, 1832- ...

make others speak than to speak himself.—(Laughter.) He had himself dealt so much in fiction that he felt well nigh

... make others speak than to speak himself.—(Laughter.) He had himself dealt so much in fiction that he felt well nigh overwhelmed with reality.—(Renewed laughter.) He received the high and flattering eulogium whieh Mr. Kean had bestowed upon him very much ...

Published: Wednesday 23 May 1849
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 727 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

the Speaks* took the chair, the House Uooed to the House of Peon by commission several public |On the Speaks*

... the Speaks* took the chair, the House Uooed to the House of Peon by commission several public |On the Speaks* resuming the chair Mr. LABorcHCRC, referring to traduced by the Lords into one of i. iation Bills, .>ent that House Peers, said the clause introduced ...