Beth, who was collecting the scattered Author cards
, looked up and said, in her shy yet friendly way, "I'm afraid you are tired.
He should at once have sent in his card
to the judge.
I shall feel personally obliged if you will honor me by inclosing that card
in your letter," he said.
And indeed, now I think again, I have a strong impression that I have another good card
here, not yet enumerated.
said Sancho; "I meddle for I have a right to meddle, as a squire who has learned the rules of courtesy in the school of your worship, the most courteous and best-bred knight in the whole world of courtliness; and in these things, as I have heard your worship say, as much is lost by a card
too many as by a card
too few, and to one who has his ears open, few words.
Black feet in the Horse Prairie Search after the hunters Difficulties and dangers A card
party in the wilderness The card
party interrupted "Old Sledge" a losing game Visitors to the camp Iroquois hunters Hanging-eared Indians.
Grant and her sister, that after making up the whist-table there would remain sufficient for a round game, and everybody being as perfectly complying and without a choice as on such occasions they always are, speculation was decided on almost as soon as whist; and Lady Bertram soon found herself in the critical situation of being applied to for her own choice between the games, and being required either to draw a card
for whist or not.
le Cardinal de Mazarin, who gave a card
party to the king and queen.
And the gentleman drew a card
from his pocket-book and wrote something upon it.
And strange to say Nicholas felt that he could not help taking up a card
, putting a small stake on it, and beginning to play.
Had I known that monsieur was a professional card
sharp I had not been so ready to be drawn into the game," he said.
Pulling a heavy sack of gold-dust from his coat pocket, he dropped it on the HIGH CARD