Well," says I, "I reckon I ought to be ashamed of myself, but the fact is I left them laying around that day I resigned from the choir
But there's people set up their own ears for a standard, and expect the whole choir
George's, Edinburgh,' which bears the name, and was first sung in the choir
of that church.
Porthos, seeing this, retwisted his mustache, elongated his imperial a second time, and began to make signals to a beautiful lady who was near the choir
, and who not only was a beautiful lady, but still further, no doubt, a great lady--for she had behind her a Negro boy who had brought the cushion on which she knelt, and a female servant who held the emblazoned bag in which was placed the book from which she read the Mass.
Monsieur Bourais hid part of the choir
from view, but directly in front of her, the flock of maidens, wearing white wreaths over their lowered veils, formed a snow-white field, and she recognised her darling by the slenderness of her neck and her devout attitude.
said he, "come here: so thou hast changed thy trade; thou art no longer a choir
boy nor a tavern boy; thou hast become a horse stealer?
Blick before Your Reverence come into the parish, and been at the ringin' o' every bell, and the diggin' o' every grave, and sung i' the choir
long afore Bartle Massey come from nobody knows where, wi' his counter-singin' and fine anthems, as puts everybody out but himself--one takin' it up after another like sheep a-bleatin' i' th' fold.
They could see little more than the choir
boys in the chancel, but to the roots of the hair of their necks they felt the congregation behind mercilessly devouring them by look.
He knew the tune; it was a familiar one in the choir
of the village meeting-house.
And they say (the starry choir
And all the listening things) That Israfeli's fire Is owing to that lyre By which he sits and sings - The trembling living wire Of those unusual strings.
Here they were within a plantation which formed the Abbey grounds, and taking a new hold of her he went onward a few steps till they reached the ruined choir
of the Abbey-church.
Eliza Spears was wasting away with kidney trouble before she went to him, and now she's up and around, and singing in the choir