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Book World (Newspaper) - October 1, 1897, London, Middlesex THE W WW w w w wwwwwww A Popular Monthly Journal for not only and all connected with Literature and but Classes of the Reading No. 52. London 1897. 1 Anecdote of Luigi Honti tells a pleasant story of Henry or many years this gentleman had been in the habit of the poet every Saturday One Christmas as he was walking briskly toward the old historic he was accosted by a Jittle girl about twelve years who inquired the way to Longfellow's He told her it was some distance down the but if would walk along with hira he would show When they reached the she Do you think I go in the yard you see the room on the That is Washington held her receptions one hundred years If you look at the window on the will probably gentleman reading a that m. ' * She very happy at the unexpected pleasure of seeing the mail she said she As Signor Monti drew near ne Mr. ofi \i hastened to beckoning called ' ' 1 ' 1 little come if you want see meJ j She heeded no second and after shaking her hand and asking her he kindly took her into the showed her the clock on the the the chair made from the presented to him by the Cambridge and the beautiful pictures and souvenirs gathered in many years ef foreign 1 am sure that child will carry life delightful memories of Christinas ball at Mr. ' Long Hair In 1104, when Henry I. was in & named preached eloquently against fashion of wearing hair that the monarch and his courtiers were moved .to taking advantage of the impression he had the enthusiastic prelate whipped a pair of scissors out of and ped the whole congregation This was followed up prohibiting the wearing of long hair j in tMe that of the old fashion was in 1139^ it received a sudden check from an exceedingly trifling - A young whose chief pride lay in the beauty of his which down almost to his dreamed one night that a him and strangled him with luxuriant had such ah effect upon him that he forthwith trimmed them to a rational His companions followed his and spreading the cropping became again the order of Sut this adds of very y Scarcely had a year before the people to their former and such especially as. would-be thought courtiers permitted their a shameful they rather than nature abundance of hair supplying the deficiency 1>v date in time of and j shops again the fashion j English are bound in gratitude distinguish to Sis having the sun was in Nathaniel Hawthorne was the last of the writers of the old With Irving he belongs to those trained in the best English who wrote the elegant language Yet he was hot brought up amid the studious haunts Sprung from a race of his father at an f and deprived almost entirely of training .at a spent his feeble boyhood on a he became a man of and led almost a hermi at seldom going and His a novel published in 182$, b neither fame nor 1 r * - Editorial buttons WW position tW Custom Housa at v t ' He was fik He was massive black hair feminine in his quick his df with Seven and stand as American s 1 - t Sandy the Some time ago there lived in named Sandy tion produced some amusing scenes of senseless Were highly all except the Mlf One morning Sandy oh a and eggs were done fo a and previous ahd passed What will you have for asked - A the - n - you had good and considerate you would have known I the little wife Sandy's bent on a disturbance not and his friend sat down to and the cover of before in he called out 1 * Boiled boiled the was from another roast roared you know very well it should haye been At a broiled with was placed upon V the said Mrs. dare you spend my money in that manner said his Rising from his andf the of laughter he clinched his fist How dare you presents without my leave
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