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Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 1.4, chapter 1.5 (search)
stubborn soul could endure thumping without bellowing, though a tear or two would trickle. His mouth was like that of a beast, and garnished with great, jagged teeth; and, altogether, he was so unlovely as to shock every sense in us. Between Francis and ourselves, they had a hard time of it; and I often wonder how fate has disposed of them during this long interval. When I reached my eleventh year, the king of the school for beauty and amiability was a boy of about my own age, named Willie Roberts. Some of us believed that he belonged to a very superior class to our own. His coal-black hair curled in profusion over a delicately moulded face of milky whiteness. His eyes were soft and limpid, and he walked with a carriage which tempted imitation. Beyond these indications of him I remember but little, for just then I fell ill with some childish malady which necessitated my removal to the infirmary, where I lay for weeks. But as I was becoming convalescent I was startled by a rumo
Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, Index (search)
education, thoughts on, 521. Reviews and reviewers, thoughts on, 526, 527. Rhodes, Cecil, 455. Rhuddlan Eisteddfod, 14, 16. Richardson, Mr., 89-121. Roberts, Lord, 464. Roberts, Willie, 22, 23. Robertson, Mr., 472, 473. Robinson, Rev. Joseph A., refuses to allow Stanley to be buried in Westminster Abbey, 515. RowlRoberts, Willie, 22, 23. Robertson, Mr., 472, 473. Robinson, Rev. Joseph A., refuses to allow Stanley to be buried in Westminster Abbey, 515. Rowlands, John, Stanley's real name. See Stanley, Henry Morton. Rowlands, John, Stanley's grandfather, 38-40. Runciman, Mr., 523 n. Ruwenzori Mountains. See Moon, Mountains of the. St. Asaph Union Workhouse, 10-34. St. Louis, 115, 116. Salisbury, Lord, accuses Stanley of having interests in Africa, 408; as an orator,-10; taken to the Work. house, 10; his first flogging, 13, 14; his second memorable whipping, 14, 15; life at the school, 16-22; his feelings at the death of Willie Roberts, 22, 23; his religious convictions, 23-28; his meeting with his mother, 28, 29; the most advanced pupil, 30; his personal appearance, 30; acts as deputy over