When the room and books had been shown, with some bickerings between the brother and sister that I did my utmost to appease or mitigate, Mary Ann brought me her doll, and began to be very loquacious on the subject of its fine clothes, its bed, its chest of drawers, and other appurtenances; but Tom told her to hold her clamour, that Miss Grey might see his rocking-horse, which, with a most important bustle, he dragged forth from its corner into the middle of the room, loudly calling on me to attend to it.
It was too cold for Mary Ann to venture, so she stayed with her mamma, to the great relief of her brother, who liked to have me all to himself.
Master Tom told me that, as papa was from home, he and I and Mary Ann were to have tea with mamma, for a treat; for, on such occasions, she always dined at luncheon-time with them, instead of at six o'clock.
And a blessing be upon your labors; so that the time may hasten on, when the mission of Mother Ann
shall have wrought its full effect,--when children shall no more be born and die, and the last survivor of mortal race, some old and weary man like me, shall see the sun go down, nevermore to rise on a world of sin and sorrow
The death of Professor Bradlough took from him the one friend he was ever to know, and the death of Ann
Bartell left him penniless.
Words of comfort, words of wisdom, words of love--the blessed, blessed, blessed words of Miss Jane Ann Stamper
There had once been an occasion, under somewhat similar circumstances, when Miss Jane Ann Stamper had been taken by the two shoulders and turned out of a room.
I sat there quite immovable, with my tracts at my elbow and with Miss Jane Ann Stamper on my lap.
And when I die-- to complete the return on my part of good for evil--she will have the LIFE, LETTERS, AND LABOURS OF MISS JANE ANN STAMPER left her as a legacy by my will.
says, 'When Molly-Ann
died, I never thought I'd be able to enjoy Christmas again.
2005); [section] 18-3614 (West 1972); Idaho Code Ann
Cha robh moran as ur ann
an Cairt-duthcha na Bochdainn.