Hamilton, we'll have a cole
spread, an' some fizz--don't leave out the fizz, by Harry.
If he were, every thing else must give way; but otherwise his friend Cole
had been saying so much about his dining with himhad made such a point of it, that he had promised him conditionally to come.
It is this moral fusion that renders the whole perfect, as the harmony of fine coloring throws a glow of glory on the pictures of Claude, or, for that matter, on those of Cole, too.
salle a manger-salons = dining rooms-parlor; GREAT EMPORIUM[capitals in original] = New York City; Claude = Claude Lorrain(1600-1682), French landscape painter; Cole = Thomas Cole (1801-1848), American landscape painter; rout = evening party; Chausse d'Autin = Chaussee d'Antin, a fashionable Parisian street and neighborhood}
, my father has been dead many; many years; he died before I can remember.
He pitched me out three times hand-runnin' once, when the Durant played the Cole
John Richardson of Newcastle to his dear cousin Jemmy Cole
, in London, with an account that he sent by such a vessel (for I remembered all the particulars to a title), so many pieces of huckaback linen, so many ells of Dutch holland and the like, in a box, and a hamper of flint glasses from Mr.
If any degenerate monarch of modern times could be in any way compared with him, I should say the venerable King Cole would be that illustrious potentate.
It was upon this occasion that King Lud, seated on the top of his throne in full council, rose, in the exuberance of his feelings, and commanded the lord chief justice to order in the richest wines and the court minstrels--an act of graciousness which has been, through the ignorance of traditionary historians, attributed to King Cole, in those celebrated lines in which his Majesty is represented as
Which is an obvious injustice to the memory of King Lud, and a dishonest exaltation of the virtues of King Cole.
Old King Cole
was himself a merry old soul, if we may put any faith in the pages of history.
Not from the minute Sam Flores laid eyes on 8-year-old Cole
Massie wrapping both arms around a handrail at the Glendale YMCA and inching his way up the last 16 steps to make it to his karate class on time.