Ernest


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Ernest

[ˈɜːnɪst] NErnesto
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If I were to See a man with such a face, I should love him dearly.' 'If an old prophecy should come to pass,' answered his mother, 'we may see a man, some time for other, with exactly such a face as that.' 'What prophecy do you mean, dear mother?' eagerly inquired Ernest. 'Pray tell me all about it!'
So his mother told him a story that her own mother had told to her, when she herself was younger than little Ernest; a story, not of things that were past, but of what was yet to come; a story, nevertheless, so very old, that even the Indians, who formerly inhabited this valley, had heard it from their forefathers, to whom, as they affirmed, it had been murmured by the mountain streams, and whispered by the wind among the tree-tops.
But Lord Ernest Belville was addressing the meeting at Exeter Hall; I waited for him when the show was over, dogged him home to King John's Mansions, and interviewed him in his own rooms there before he turned in."
On Thursday night I sent up the card of a powerful writer connected with a powerful paper; if Lord Ernest had known him in the flesh I should have been obliged to confess to a journalistic ruse; luckily he didn't--and I had been sent by my editor to get the interview for next morning.
Sir Ernest Heavywether, who was famous all over England for the unscrupulous manner in which he bullied witnesses, only asked two questions.
The witness admitted that such might be the case, and Sir Ernest signified that he was satisfied.
We know that Ernest Everhard was an exceptionally strong man, but not so exceptional as his wife thought him to be.
And in passing we note that that historic phrase, the Iron Heel, originated in Ernest Everhard's mind.
It was already dusk before we thought of returning; and then we discovered that William and Ernest, who had gone on before, were not to be found.
While I was thus engaged, Ernest entered: he had heard me arrive, and hastened to welcome me: "Welcome, my dearest Victor," said he.
Ernest Van Brandt is to be found, if you inquire there."
Ernest Van Brandt had a share in it at one time, which he afterward sold.