Well, there are funerals going on all the time," said Dan.
Well, don't mix up talk about funerals with talk about weddings," said Felicity.
The upper window from which the funeral
could be well seen was in the room occupied by Mr.
And now, in joyless age, she felt that some withered partner should request her hand, and all unite, in a dance of death, to the music of the funeral
Josiah Graves, churchwarden and manager of the bank, came back to dinner at the vicarage after the funeral
Asks me to invite everybody to come to the funeral
-- wants me to make 'em all welcome.
At length, a person better informed on the merits of the case, tumbled against him, and from this person he learned that the funeral
was the funeral
of one Roger Cly.
She would have preferred to have discussed the details of the funeral
-- the splendid white velvet casket Mr.
I'd seen Leslie's face at her brother's funeral
and at her father's funeral
--and now it seemed to me I was seeing it at her own funeral
On the night before the funeral
he was as drunk as ever; and it was shocking, in that house of mourning, to hear him singing away at his ugly old sea-song; but weak as he was, we were all in the fear of death for him, and the doctor was suddenly taken up with a case many miles away and was never near the house after my father's death.
When Desiree returned in the evening, she told the poor girl that the convoi was arranged for the following morning, that she had ordered all in the most economical way, but that thirty-five francs were the lowest sou for which the funeral
could be had.
Wilcox had desired her, when the funeral
should be over, to forward the enclosed.