Anthony


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Anthony

Saint. ?251--?356 ad, Egyptian hermit, commonly regarded as the founder of Christian monasticism. Feast day: Jan. 17
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"Tell my son," said Anthony to the answering menial, "to come in here before he leaves the house."
"Richard," said Anthony Rockwail, "what do you pay for the soap that you use?"
"Why don't you ask her?" demanded old Anthony. "She'll jump at you.
I declare that I took the book in my hand, and saw these words written in it, 'When the full moon shines on Saint Anthony's Well.' Not more than three hours have passed since that time; and, see for yourself, not a vestige of the writing remains."
And the reason of the vanishment may be (if you want a reason), either that the ghost does not like letting a stranger like me into its secrets, or that vanishing is a settled habit of ghosts and of everything associated with them, or that this ghost has changed its mind in the course of three hours (being the ghost of a woman, I am sure that's not wonderful), and doesn't care to see you 'when the full moon shines on Saint Anthony's Well.' There's the ir rational explanation for you.
But my simple Fyne made use of Captain Anthony for that purpose, or else I would never even have heard of the man.
The late Carleon Anthony, the poet, sang in his time of the domestic and social amenities of our age with a most felicitous versification, his object being, in his own words, "to glorify the result of six thousand years' evolution towards the refinement of thought, manners and feelings." Why he fixed the term at six thousand years I don't know.
He had ingeniously adopted the name of Anthony, as resembling in sound the one she herself had given him in her letters.
For a world Julia could not have said more; and Miss Emmerson thought that she had said quite as much as the occasion required; but Miss Emmerson, it will be remembered, supposed their driver to be Anthony Sandford.
Anthony Humm), however unworthily, was 'first oars'
Anthony Humm gave out two lines at a time, for the information of such of his hearers as were unacquainted with the legend.
Anthony sat somewhat sullenly at the foot of the table, while at the head of it was Mr.