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A Guest At The Ludlow And Other Stories

Auhtor: Edgar Wilson Bill Nye

Language: english

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Review by A. Dent, July 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Guest At The Ludlow And Other Stories':

Edgar Wilson Bill Nye (August 25 1850 - February 22 1896) was a distinguished American journalist who later became widely known as a humorist. He was also the founder and editor of the Laramie Boomerang.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Guest At The Ludlow And Other Stories':


... as poor as O'Connor's. After awhile the ghost vanished with what is called a stately tread, but I would regard it more as a territorial tread. ...
... take the place of my lost mother, who loved me and put a better polish on my boots than any other living man. I know I am gay ...
... out. He then built a wobbly scaffold, one end of which was nailed to the bay window of the house. The next evening my heart swelled when ...
... what it costs. This is only occasionly so. Ask any doctor you know of if the average man won't give anything to save his life, and then when it's saved ...
... him as we found him. Now we take a herd of oysters off the trail, all run down, and feed them artificially till they swell up to a fancy size, and ...
... induces heart disease. Poker is unduly sedentary in its nature. Bicycling is highly injurious, especially to skittish horses. Boating induces malaria. ...
... is a pine leg, but I come to you, sir, to interfear on behalf of another matter which I will now aprooch. Sorrows at that time come on me thick and ...
... the acquaintance of the magazine writers, and tried to join the Authors' Club. She then became prominent by originating a method of doing up ...
... leaving Cleopatra nothing but the tidy. She appealed to Julius Caesar, who hired a man to embalm Ptolemy, and restored Egypt to his sister, who ...
... to her sorrowing heart and to God. A Guest at the Ludlow and Other Stories A MEDIEVAL DISCOVERER XXI Galilei, commonly called Galileo, ...
... there was such a striking difference in our ages, that I think I am justified in using his given name while talking of him. Galileo also sat ...
... of spirits, and cordially corkscrew themselves into the affections of the man who sits down on them. If anything could make me thoroughly attached to ...
... was no way to reach the stomach but from the exterior, and, although hazardous, it might save the patient's life. Speedy action must be taken, however, ...
... I had a bad cold, and though I knew that sleeping in the upper berth would add to it, I did not murmur. But little did I realize that they would ...
... insincere. He had The Elms worked on his clothes, and embossed on his stationery and blown in his glass, and it pained him to eat his food ...
... that he doesn't find a friend. He is full of stories and witticisms, and explains the plays to theater parties. He has seen a great deal ...
... by putting a cardboard bottom in a discarded and shattered coal scuttle, gilding the whole and tying a pale blue ribbon on the bail. A cheap ...
... took the Appeal saw the advertisement, which went on to state that hot and cold water could be got into every room in the house, and that electric ...
... are going to hell daily without the knowledge of God. With that he turned away, and concealed his emotion in his shawl, while his whole frame shook. ...
... eight miles north of the county line, will show you over the grounds. Please do not hitch horses to the trees. I will not be responsible for horses ...