The Nassau Rake
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 Excerpt: ...seemeth unto me when I gaze upon it, like unto the fires of Vesuvius. Thy beauteous form is like unto a painted copy of the queenly Venus, which hangeth near unto my bed. Thy cheeks are paint...
Paperback: 34 pages
Publisher: RareBooksClub.com (March 6, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 0.1 x 9.7 inches
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d like unto vermillion. Thine eyes, they shine brighter than those of my dear old tabby cat. Oh, my Armietta! thou art altogether lovely and fair to behold. Wilt thou become my lawful, wedded wife? If you will not I shall go mad, I know I shall, I shall. "Adoring you even more than I do myself, "I remain, "Yours, until death, "Andrew Jackson Hetrick." After reading the above, Hetrick inquired: "Aint that some?" Per/ectly disgusted we left the house; but a few days afterward were surprised to hear that he had committed suicide. Early one morning he was discovered in bed without the slighest appearance of life. The Junior Class immediately met, to determine on some measures relative to the death of their brother. Mr. Singularly Tall Corn was elected Chairman, and Jeremiah Aminadab Pearce requested to act as Secretary. The business of the Meeting having beep stated, the Chairman appointed the following Committees: To draft resolutions:--Messrs. McCampbell, Koontz and Strain. To convey the body to "Potter's Field:"--Messrs. Clarke, Forman, Goldthwaite, Griffith, Hooper, and J. Bodine. To collect funds for a monument:--Messrs. Brengle, Dennis and I.igbee. ANDREW JACKSON HETRIOK. 59 The Committee to draft resolutions reported as follows: Whereas, Our beloved brother, Andrew Jackson Hetrick, has been suddenly removed from among us by death, be it unanimously resolved: 1st. That we are grieved. 2d. That wo erect a monument to the memory of the illustrious deceased. 3d. That we apply to the other classes for aid in this laudable unde...