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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Richard," said Anthony Rockwail, "what do you pay for the soap that you use?
All right, Richard, my boy," said old Anthony, cheerfully.
That night came Aunt Ellen, gentle, sentimental, wrinkled, sighing, oppressed by wealth, in to Brother Anthony at his evening paper, and began discourse on the subject of lovers' woes.
He told me all about it," said brother Anthony, yawning.
Oh, Anthony," sighed Aunt Ellen, "I wish you would not think so much of money.
But in his domestic life that same Carleon Anthony showed traces of the primitive cave-dweller's temperament.
Most of the above I elicited from Marlow, for all I knew of Carleon Anthony was his unexciting but fascinating verse.
This chance meeting with a man who had sailed with Captain Anthony had revived it.
But, if I remember rightly you said you didn't know Captain Anthony.
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 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.