Was it not he of St Ives
whom they tied to an oak-tree, and compelled to sing a mass while they were rifling his mails and his wallets?
One day last spring, in town, I was in company with two men, striking instances of what I am talking of; Lord St Ives
, whose father we all know to have been a country curate, without bread to eat; I was to give place to Lord St Ives
, and a certain Admiral Baldwin, the most deplorable-looking personage you can imagine; his face the colour of mahogany, rough and rugged to the last degree; all lines and wrinkles, nine grey hairs of a side, and nothing but a dab of powder at top.
They now left the main road and struck into a green track over the common marked lightly with wheel and horse-shoe, which led down into the dingle and stopped at the rough gate of Farmer Ives.
The two old men's talk was of old comrades and their deeds, mute inglorious Miltons of the Vale, and of the doings thirty years back, which didn't interest him much, except when they spoke of the making of the canal; and then indeed he began to listen with all his ears, and learned, to his no small wonder, that his dear and wonderful canal had not been there always--was not, in fact, so old as Benjy or Farmer Ives, which caused a strange commotion in his small brain.
Farmer Ives looked at it, muttered something or another over it, and cut some notches in a short stick, which he handed to Benjy, giving him instructions for cutting it down on certain days, and cautioning Tom not to meddle with the wart for a fortnight.
Refreshingly accessible while maintaining an impressive level of scholarship, it is this focused and taut story telling ability that makes Budiansky's book a welcome addition to the already crowded field of Ives
The acquisition is a continuation of St Ives
' strategy to further enhance its digital expertise, and will provide St Ives
with deeper mobile customer engagement and loyalty capabilities.
After training in Paisley and Ayr, he was sent to St Ives
but died in a tragic accident.
Important works by artists Barbara Hepworth, Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron are now on display alongside those of their international contemporaries and influences in International Exchanges: Modern Art and St Ives
1915-65, which has been developed in collaboration with the Cornwall gallery, and curated to coincide with its 21st anniversary.
Although the 2015 publication is not due to be released until later in the year, St Ives
Chambers has been noti-fied that 18 members have been selected as leaders in their field in the UK Bar Guide.
North Eastern traffic commissioner Kevin Rooney ruled that Mr Ives
had "lost his repute and professional competence" and was also unfit to work as a transport manager.
Capital St Ives
plc ("the Company") hereby confirms that as at