Girl" is not intended as a perfect model, but as a possible improvement upon [Page] the Girl of the Period, who seems sorrowfully ignorant or ashamed of the good old fashions which make woman truly beautiful and honored, and, through her, render home what it should be,-a happy place, where parents and children, brothers and sisters, learn to love and know and help one another.
Directing the coachman to a place under the shed in the big, clean, tidy yard, with charred, old-fashioned
ploughs in it, the old man asked Levin to come into the parlor.
"In the good old-fashioned way she is very accomplished, and has made this house a happy home to us all, ever since we can remember.
Besides, people would laugh at us, and make fun of my old-fashioned accomplishment.
She rises, but he, without moving hand from chair-back or from old-fashioned waistcoat and shirt- frill, shakes his head.
Tulkinghorn opens both the doors exactly as he would have done yesterday, or as he would have done ten years ago, and makes his old-fashioned bow as she passes out.
Don't be satisfied with one crop a year, like the rest of the old-fashioned farmers in this valley.
He opened the top one, Bolton Hall's "Three Acres and Liberty," and read to them of a man who walked six hundred and fifty miles a year in cultivating, by old-fashioned methods, twenty acres, from which he harvested three thousand bushels of poor potatoes; and of another man, a "new" farmer, who cultivated only five acres, walked two hundred miles, and produced three thousand bushels of potatoes, early and choice, which he sold at many times the price received by the first man.
Laurence opened his study door to hear the old-fashioned
airs he liked.
It was a graveyard of the old-fashioned
Tellson's Bank by Temple Bar was an old-fashioned
place, even in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty.
With that he detached his watch--a tremendously heavy, old-fashioned
one--from the chain, and handed it to me; then turned away, and walking across the room to a shelf of books, began an examination of their backs.