He is not yet master
of William Henry, nor shall he ever be, provided Webb proves himself the man he should.
trusted me, and I couldn't,'--they told me about it.
Some of these were pretty fine birds, but no matter, they had to tarry outside in the long parlor under the inspection of a double rank of liveried footmen and waiting-maids who supported the two walls with their backs and held the wraps and traps of their masters
and mistresses on their arms.
To you four, sirs,'' replied the Knight, addressing those who had last spoken, ``and to your honourable and valiant masters
, I have one common reply.
And certainly it is the nature of extreme self-lovers, as they will set an house on fire, and it were but to roast their eggs; and yet these men many times hold credit with their masters
, because their study is but to please them, and profit themselves; and for either respect, they will abandon the good of their affairs.
A year passed, and when Philip came to the school the old masters
were all in their places; but a good many changes had taken place notwithstanding their stubborn resistance, none the less formidable because it was concealed under an apparent desire to fall in with the new head's ideas.
I burned with a noble ambition to extend the sphere of the Old Masters
And as for the Doctor, why, he was a splendid master
; but every one knew that masters
could do very little out of school hours.
Veal used to compliment Georgy upon it personally, warning him that he was destined for a high station; that it became him to prepare, by sedulity and docility in youth, for the lofty duties to which he would be called in mature age; that obedience in the child was the best preparation for command in the man; and that he therefore begged George would not bring toffee into the school and ruin the health of the Masters
Bangles, who had everything they wanted at the elegant and abundant table of Mrs.
I was thought very handsome; my master
would not sell me till I was four years old; he said lads ought not to work like men, and colts ought not to work like horses till they were quite grown up.
Crux since you left it, and that my honored master
, the admiral, is far from enjoying his usual good health.
Come, come, Master
Marner," said the landlord, now rising resolutely, and seizing Marner by the shoulder, "if you've got any information to lay, speak it out sensible, and show as you're in your right mind, if you expect anybody to listen to you.