2 edition of Hold yer hosses! found in the catalog.
Hold yer hosses!
Robert Edmund Sherwood
|Statement||by "Uncle" Bob Sherwood, last of Barnum"s clowns.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||32009418|
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Sherwood, Bob last of the Barnum Clowns) Published by Sherwood's, New York () Used. Hardcover. Signed. Hold Yer Hosses.
The Elephants Are Coming. Sherwood, "uncle" Bob, Last Of Barnum's Clowns sound Hold yer hosses! book block other than the loosening of a few pages toward the front of the book (still attached), lightly age-toned but clean pages, no. Hold Yer Hosses.
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Hold yer hosses! book New York, The Macmillan Co., Makes a little more sense than the Book of the Talents, anyway. Popeye's theme ends with Popeye ending up at the entrance to Olive's shop, Hold yer hosses! book the song ends with Popeye sneezing, rather than one last whistle blow.
Again, the boredom, and the next new way to fight it. " Hold your horses ", sometimes said as " Hold the horses ", is a common idiom to mean "be stable" or wait. The phrase is historically related to horse riding or travelling by horse, or driving a horse-drawn vehicle. A number of explanations, all unverified, have been offered for the origins of the phrase, dating back to usage in Ancient Greece.
Robert Edmund Sherwood (–) was an American circus clown and od worked in circuses during the golden period of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and wrote two popular circus memoirs: Here We are Again: Recollections of an Old Circus Clown () and Hold Yer Hosses!The Elephants are Coming!Authority control: ISNI:.
Meaning - Hold on; be patient. Origin: US origin - 19th century. In keeping with its American origin, it originally was written as 'hold your hosses' and it appears in print that way many times from onwards.
In Picayune (New Orleans) Septemberwe have: "Oh, hold your hosses, Squire. There's no use gettin' riled, no how.". Title and Author/Editor: Hold Yer Hosses. The Elephants Are Coming (“Uncle” Bob Sherwood), Phunology: A Collection of Tried and Proved Plans for Play, Fellowship, and Profit (E.
Harbin), Circus Parade (John S. Clarke): Genre: Novelty, Reference: Binding: Cloth on board: Publisher: The Bodley Head, Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, T. Batsford. Yer last hoss. TOM Yes, sir--my last fresh one. URIAH Hold yer hosses!
book, we've got to have two hosses. Give us what ye got. TOM There's nothin' in the stable but two hosses thet come in so tuckered out they couldn't hardly eat Hold yer hosses! book corn--ye'll hev to go on with the hosses ye got--less'n ye want to wait until mornin'.
URIAH We got to be in Philadelphia by. Hold yer hosses! book A natural anxiety that his pupils should be furnished with as complete a repertory as possible, has prompted Mr.
Punch to command one of his spare Poets to knock off a little dramatic piece founded (at a respectful distance) upon a famous Transatlantic model.
The spare Poet in question—all reluctant as he felt even to appear to be competing with the inimitable—had, as the minion of Punch. A summary of in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
Learn exactly what happened in this chapter, scene, or section of Uncle Tom’s Cabin and what it means. Perfect for acing essays, tests, and quizzes, as well as for writing lesson plans. Robert Edmund Sherwood () was an American circus clown and od worked in circuses during the golden period of the late 19th Hold yer hosses!
book early 20th centuries and wrote two popular circus memoirs: Here We are Again: Recollections of an Old Circus Clown () and Hold Yer Hosses!The Elephants are Coming.
"Why, but Sam, yer telled me, only this mornin', that you'd help this yer Mas'r to cotch Lizy; seems to me yer talk don't hang together," said Andy. "I tell you now, Andy," said Sam, with awful superiority, "don't yer be a talkin' 'bout what yer don't know nothin' on; boys like you, Andy, means well, but they can't be spected to collusitate the 5/5(50).
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Warn't it I started off de hosses, dis yer morning' and kept 'em chasin' till nigh dinner time. And didn't I car Mas'r Haley night five miles out of de road, dis evening, or else he'd a come up with Lizy as easy as a. CAESAR RODNEY'S RIDE CAST. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JOHN HANCOCK JOHN RUTLEDGE THOMAS MCKEEN URIAH CLARKE CAESAR RODNEY PRUDENCE RODNEY TOM VOICES.
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The gray mist of evening, rising slowly from the river, enveloped her as she disappeared up the bank, and the swollen current and floundering masses of ice presented a hopeless barrier between her and her pursuer. Read CHAPTER VIII of Uncle Tom's Cabin; or, Life Among the Lowly by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
The text begins: CHAPTER VIII Eliza's Escape Eliza made her desperate retreat across the river just in the dusk of twilight. The gray mist of evening, rising slowly from the river, enveloped her as she disappeared up the bank, and the swollen current and floundering masses of ice presented a hopeless.
Why, but Sam, yer telled me, only this mornin' that you'd help this yer mas'r fur to cotch Lizy; seems to me yer talk don't hang together, mun. Sam. I tell you now, Andy, don't yer be a talkin' 'bout what yer don't know nothin' on; boys like you, Andy, means well, but they can't be 'spected to collusitate the great principles of action.
Welcome to the South Dakota Ladie home page. If you are interested in some O'l West Chuck Wagon grub, some history of the cattle drives, ranch works, from the 's up into the 20th century, feel. Now, you see, get all dese yer hosses loose, caperin' permiscus round dis yer lot and down to de wood dar, and I spec Mas'r won't be off in a hurry." Andy grinned.
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yer left, and dip you out a tinful er two o' that, w'y, it'll do you good to drink it, and it'll do me good to see you at it-- But hold up!--hold up!" he called, abruptly, as, nowise loath, I bent above the vessel designated.
"Hold yer hosses fer a second. Here's Marthy; let her git it fer ye." If I. Lotta folks aroun’ here ride hosses, but all types is welcome, an’ it seems ta keep ya fit, so if ya wanna spin yer wheels, thet’s fine.” “Psychologist, not cyclist.
I was both, but I haven’t cycled since my bike was nicked and I haven’t psychologised officially for ten years.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Chapter 8 - Eliza's Escape Eliza made her desperate retreat across the river just in the duskof twilight.
The gray mist of evening, rising slowly from the river,enveloped her as she disappeared up the bank, and the swollen currentand floundering masses of ice presented. Thorp seems not to have had a tune or melody for "The Cowboys New Year's Dance," and Clark, in a letter of July 7,wrote that he tried to compose an original melody for the song but "came to the conclusion that the best plan would be to publish it in the book to the tune of 'Turkey in the Straw', which fits it perfectly and which, indeed.
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I ’m going to sell it, first chance; mind, you don’t cut up none o’ yer shines about it, or I ’ll make ye wish ye ’d never been born.’ I tell ye, they sees it an’t no play, when I gets hold. Popeye the Sailor () () Branded an instant movie star, Popeye attends a carnival with Olive Oyl, dances with Betty Boop, and must rescue his gal from Bluto.
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I'm going to sell it, first chance; mind, you don't cut up none o' yer shines about it, or I'll make ye wish ye'd never been born.' I tell ye, they sees it an't no play, when I gets hold.
"An I haint told all, fur in yer skeer a-gwine away frum that orful place, yu run over the spot whar a fancy hous' 'bout five foot squar hed been upsot, slunged in up tu yur eyebrows, amongst the slush in the hole, broke fur the krick, lunged in, onbuttoned yer shut collar, dove plum thru that ar crownless cap - hit cum ofen yer heels like a.
"Purr 'round yer gentle pussies, neow rope 'em. Balance all!" Huh. hit wuz gettin' active-"The Cowboys' Christmas Ball!" The dust riz fast an' furious; we all jes' galloped 'round, Till the scenery got so giddy that T Bar Dick was downed. We buckled to our partners, an' told 'em to hold on, Then shook our hoofs like lightning, until the early dawn.
"Yer see, fellow-country m en," said Sa m, elevating a turkey ' s leg, with energy, "yer see, now what dis yer chile ' s up ter, for fendin' yer al l,--y e s, a ll o n yer. For him as tries to get one o' our people is as good as tryin' to get all; yer see the principle ' s de sa m e,--dat ar ' s clar.
Acreage, hosses, plenty of room, and Mrs. OFD and me will be happy to move into that apartment above the garage and she’ll take care of yer hosses and I’ll work on my stamp collection and you and me can go shooting together and also set up a local militia unit and patrol the area nightly.
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