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One Theory of the tbeGr Great at Mae M aD BB F FaD FaDare Fallare I1 I1are >
are at Waterloo WaterlooNnpoleou VuterIooNaIOICOu
Nnpoleou according to Alexander AlexanderDumns Alexun er
Dumas DuwnsJost lost such battles as he did lose losebecause losebecause
because e he wrote such a fiendish hand handHis hundI
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scratch Thus Waterloo was lost lo t Can Cantiot an annot
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j and center DErlon and Jerome and andKey nndI andNey
Key Se were equally e < < lulll puzzled and kept on onsending onsending onsending
I sending cavalry lU nlry to places where It waft waftvery waRcr wasvery
very cr uncomfortable though our men menseldom menseldom
seldom om managed mUlUlgc to hit any nll of the cay cavaliers ca canlll cayaliers ¬
aliers nlll tiring too high and did no sort sortof 80rtood sortof
of good ood Napoleon may mu never have been beenapprised beennpllrIsld beenapprised
apprised of these circumstances His Hisold illsold Hisold
old writing master was not on the thescene theSClnc thesctue
scene of action Nobody dared to say saySire suyI saySire
I Sire what does this figure of a cent centlped centI centped
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ped mciin 1I1el n and how are we to construe construethese construethlie construethese
I these these two thick strokes flanked Ihmk by byblots bylot byblots
blots lot The Imperial 1 temper was peppert pep peppery pep11r
pert 11r the great man would have torn tornoff tornoff tornoff
off his Interrogators epaulets and anddanced ulldlnnCl1 anddanced
danced upon them Did he not once oncedru oncedraw
draw dru w his pistol to shoot a little dog dogthat c10gI dogthat
I that thn barked at his horse hor e And when whenj whenthe
j I Ii the pistol miHsed tiro the great rnt soldier soldierthrew soldIeri
i threw It at the dog and did not hit him himThe 111mj bunThe
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ors of war warSuch wurI trnrSuch
Such was a8 the temper of Napoleon NajKileonand 3pleonuUlI
I and we know what Marlborough Marlboroughthought Marlboroughthought Jflrl orou h hthoUJht
I thought of the value of an equable equabletemper equabletemper
j Ij temper Nobody obo < 1 could ask Bonaparte Bonaparteto
to write a legible hand so his generals generalslived generalslaved ne1119 ne1119Ihcd
lived a life of conjecture tgure as to his hismeaning hIsI
I meaning and Waterloo was I1S not a suc success 8UCcess success ¬
cess and the emperor never knew why whyOf whyOt
Of all his hi seven S en or eight theories of MA hisfailure MAfailure hl hlrailure
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i certainly have 1m ye e blamed his pens Ink Inkand InkI InkamI Inkand
and paper Those of Nelson elsou at u i t open openhaIen open opeuhagen
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are no better l > ettlr than your pens said nDanish n nDanish nDnnlsh I
Danish ollicer who came in under a nI ntln athug
flag tln of truce before the tight and was wasasked
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you had better retire rltlreAtIIlrew Andrew Lang LangIn
In Longmans Magazine MagazineSICKROOM luJuzllleI i1tguzi1ieSICKROOM
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If you ou can obtain the tll ue of two twoNever twoen twoNever
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lit if you can an play lay Oil strings or sing singNever IIIJ IIIJenr
Never enr utaml and tidget when a sick sickperson sickpCISOIl sickpelsun
person is talking to yon Sit it down downl donXelr downNever
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a feeding cup if there Is a teapot to be behind I
had Instead InsteadNever 111 lusteedNever Iu d delr
Never elr read fast to a sick person personThe personThe j
The way to make a story seem short shortis i iI
is I to tell It t slowly slowlyNever sloI slowlyNever I IIlr
Never Ilr Judge ude the condition cl of your yourpatient yourpatient our I
patient from his hi appearance during a aconversattsu i iconversation i iolltr
conversation olltr atiI See II how he looks nn nnhour anhour
hour ater aftenvard aftenvardNever nftcfIanlctr fyard i t INever
Never ctr put a hot fate bottle next to tothe tothe tolie
the skin Its t etliciency Imlilm and n 1111 the pa patients putillIts ¬
tients safety aft are both enhanced 11118 liCeti by bySl1ClIUildlllg f
surrounding the bottle with Manuel ManuelNever ManuelNever i
Never 1 r allow the patient p lillI t to take tll kc the thetemperature thetelllplnltule thetenipentture
temperature himself h 11 II sCl r Many 1I all patients patientsare
are more knowing than nurses lIurs where wherethere wherethere Jere i
there is a question of
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is now the hot cross bun played some tOlllPllrt somepart
part in II converting the people of these theseIskultls theseIkitalt
Islands to Christianity Ingan England Englandwas
was tt as in the habit hl 11t of eating 11 tin cakes in i ihonor i ihOllor ihonor
honor of the goddess of o spring 1 rillS and andChristian andChrlstlUII J I ICliristiau
Christian missionaries found that thatthough thatthough J I IthouJh
though they thl could niter the views of ofthe otthe ofthe
the people in reference to religious religiousmatters rlllJlou8Ululter religlousmatters
matters they could not induce them to towithhold towithhold totvtlihold
withhold from the th lie consumption of con confectionery coutLltI confectionery ¬
fectionery tLltI 0 tlLIY So U they put JUt the theslu sign of the thecross theCtus ther1
cross r1 uss upon the bun of the Saxon era ernual eraand rn rnami
and launched It upon missionary I1lls lollury enter enterprise outerprise uterprlse ¬
prise which has extended through throu h the theIlItenulnJ theintervening
Intervening centuries and survived till tillnow1olllon tillnowLoudon
now1olllon now London TitHits TitHitsA
A Wot r I inlirvlla lmllrellneer tulhrelluNever
Never eer leave leu e an umbrella standing on onthe outhe onthe
the point In the ordinary ordi11ar way when whenwet whenWlt tvheuwet
wet The water trickles down spoiling spoilingthe Sllllntho
the silk and making maklu the wires rusty rust It Itis ItIs Itis
is also a mistake to open it and allllleue leave it itstanding ItHtuudlnt itsta11ding
standing as this stretches the silk silkmaking silknutkln silknrakiug
making nutkln it baggy a r so that it is impossi impossible
ble to fold it smoothly The proper properway properway propertray
way is I to shake out as much of thestater the thewater 1 Iwn
water wn tlr as n possible then stand stn utI the urn urnbrelin I Ibrclln
brella on it I iLs > handle to drain drainC4 draiuulliltCLrbul1 drainConpurlotIM
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Perkins JrWily Jr J r Why dont ye buy that thathorse thatIHlr thathorse
horse IHlr c of Seths pop Hes got a tine tinepedigree tine1iJ1 tinefled
pedigree pedigreePerkins fled f gree greePerkins n n1rkln
Perkins Sr SrletIireL Pedigree The question questionIs
Is Is he wuth anything au thin Why boythem boy boythem 00 00thLm
them sasslety folks what comes here hereIn hereIn
In the summer has f pedigrees IH > < lbrCt IlrOOkI Brook Brooklyn nrookIn ¬
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What hat have hn you ou In the way of beef beefsteak l beefsteak > et > f f8te1 ¬
steak k today asked the t cheerful cus customer customer customcr ¬
tomer who hadnt paid his bill bilLWell billVeII
Well replied the frank butcher I 1reckon Ireckon Ireckon
reckon about the only thing in the way wayi 1 i1s
Is Its prlclBaltlmore price Baltimore News Newsthr SeslIueUJRtln Newsinrctjgntui 1
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Sunday Sunln Scii School of Teacher TLallllrAull And It took tookoth I INoah j
Noah oth ion Ii years to build the ark arkStreet arkStreet I IStret I
Street Arab Arab1hint rub What hllt was wn the e matter mutterIt tnntterlIM
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controlled It was a sort 9fomcJaJ 9fomcJaJYra of f offldnl offldnlM o1BclalMrs
M Mrs Grundy Fashlofi ashloil regulations Jgut regii tlOI18 for formen lormen formen
men lu Inpartlct particular < ar were laid l ld down on onvery 00very onvery
very precise lUect e line and the changes In illtheir Intheir 111their
their attire n occurred much more are re
quently than In womens Verydlffer Verydlfferent
ent Is the case now In those tho e daystoo days daystoo du s I Itoo
too mens wen dress was bright and even
gaudyPrior gaudy gaudyPrior
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I lation In that year however r Henry Henryi
i L I of blessed lIle ed memory to barbers lInr ttS had hindall hadall IIIu1aU
all hi his subjects locks ruthlessly shorn shornThe shornj shornThe
j The next Important edict of this kind kindwas klm1WUK kludunder
was truethat under Edward III who in teted < tetedthat I td tdthut
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than two twocourses tYoCOUrseR twocoutses
that no one should have more
courses for dinner except on the eight eighteen cl ht hteen ¬
een holidays In the year tur when the thekings theI theklngs thekings
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kings lieges might eat and drink at atwill utwUl atwill
will wUlj
1 willOf Of interest to ladies will be the hard hardI Isu hardfate ni niI
j I fate that befell the big bl sleeves worn wornj wornby wornby
j by men under Richard II We e are told toldthat tolllI toldthat
I that some hung down to the knees kneesWhen knecI
I When pottage is brought to the table tablethe tattlethe tablethe
the sleeves I1 el go Iinto them and get the thefirst thefir8t thefirst
first taste In short the nuisance was wasso waRso erasso
so intolerable that a statute was tiN passed passedprohibiting pll passedprohibiting ed edII
prohibiting any man n lUll below a banneret banneretfrom lIuUlllrlttrom banneretfrom
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f One of the rarest nlre t and most precious pkcousstoney preciousstones pTlotlsstones
stones is the carbuncle which Is I some sometimes donetimes OlleUrnes ¬
times confounded with the ruby faun faunwhich frolllwhleh fmunwhich
which it differs by b the Intensity of it Itnre its itstires
11 tires res produced by lI an Internal luster ofgold of ofgold nl nli
i i gold go hi while under the purple of the rti ruby IUb
by b there only oul appear dottlngs of azure azurei zurcI
i or lacquer Ethiopia produced the
most lno rnostpredous precious ancient nllel lIt carbuncles The TheChaldeans TheChl1hlluuK TheCltnldefuts
Chaldeans regarded n PJlnll < l this stone as 11 a apowerful npowerful ai
i powerful o verful talisman Legend makes 1IJtl theeyes the theeyes thclyes
eyes of dragons Iru onK out of carbuncles l tar I5areias nurdns tarchit
chit ab I Horto physician of one of the theviceroys theIclro theviceroys
viceroys Iclro s of India speaks of carbuncles carbuncleswhich cl1rhwHllsI cl1rhwHllswhkh
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which n hlc11 he saw sawin in the palace of that tintprince thatprince t tIrhtlc
prince which were so o extraordinary in intheir Intllllr intheir
their brilliancy that they the seemed H l mll like likeredhot likeredhot likerehbot
redhot coals in the midst mhl t of darknessIouls darkness darknessLouis tlurklllss1ouls
Louis Vertoman reports that the king kingof ktn ktnof
of Pegu wore an enormous one which whichat whichat
at night appeared to be lights up with withsunbeams withsnlllleuUlK withsullbenu11s
sunbeams The virtues of the whoa carbuncle uhnude whoade ¬
de are resistance to tire preservation preservationof ptlStra t 1011
of the eyes promotion of pleasant pleasantdreams
dreams creation of happy hnlll Illusions aiTd aiTdan nafdan
an antidote against t Impure air airA nlrIIUul
A t Willful IIUul MIandertanrllnK MIandertanrllnKPitt MI ad > r rtRllclIIiK rtRllclIIiKPItt tHii < lliiK
Pitt was Induced l by Sir John ohll Sin Sinchair In
clair to constitute eoutltlt ut u board of agricul agriculj agrlrultitre
ture toward the end of the eighteenth eighteenthj eighteenthcentury
century entur and make him the president presidenti presidentIlavl11g
Having UI Iu enjoyed enJo ed his otlice for a aft aftt few fewyears fettyear
years t un Sinclair l h began > egan uu to desire promo promotion pr0nntiorl II1H II C ClIou ¬
tion in the social scale Dear Mr Ir
Pitt t he wrote rote to the prime minister Uliu tlt
dont < t you think the president of the t theboard hi hi1I0a11
hoard of agriculture should be o a pttirT pttirTDear peer peerDear
Dear Sir John Sinclair repliil rrplittlPitt
Pitt I entirely agree with you CIlI I Ihave i
have hll e therefore appointed Lord Soiner Soinervllle umlr r jyllle j jIII
vllle III to sumMKl you IU as president t of the theboard thebunrd
board of if agriculture agricultureSir agriculture agricultureSir I
Sir John Sinclair went about wring wringing Tln
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me dear me It was such a willful tvIllfulmisuuderstaudiug
misunderstanding view Fortnightly He Heview HeIew Iteview I
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