Bohemian Days

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  • Bohemian Days
    Bohemian Days Bohemian Days, by Geo Alfred Townsend The Project Gutenberg EBook of Bohemian Days, by Geo Alfred Townsend This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever You may copy it, give it away or re use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at gutenberg TitlBohemian Days Bohemian Days, by Geo Alfred Townsend The Project Gutenberg EBook of Bohemian Days, by Geo Alfred Townsend This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever You may copy it, give it away or re use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at gutenberg Title Bohemian Days Three American Tales Author Geo Alfred Townsend Release Date September 15, 2006 EBook 19288 Language English Character set encoding ISO 8859 1 START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK BOHEMIAN DAYS Produced by Bethanne M Simms, Dave Macfarlane and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at pgdp BOHEMIAN DAYS Three American Tales BY GEO ALFRED TOWNSEND GATH And David arose and fled to Gath And he changed his behavior And every one that was in distress, and every one that was in debt, and every one that was discontented gathered themselves unto him And the time that David dwelt in the country of the Philistines was a full year and four months H CAMPBELL CO Publishers, NO 21 PARK ROW, NEW YORK Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, By GEO ALFRED TOWNSEND, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D C THE BURR PRINTING HOUSE AND STEAM TYPE SETTING OFFICE, Cor Frankfort and Jacob Sts NEW YORK TO TEN FRIENDS AT DINNER, GILSEY HOUSE, NEW YORK, APRIL 21, 1879 WHO MADE THIS PUBLICATION A PROMISE AND AN OBLIGATION PREFACE So far from the first tale in this book being of political motive, it was written among the subjects of it, and read to several of them in 1864 Perhaps the only souvenir of refugee and skedaddler life abroad during the war ever published, its preservation may one day be useful in the socialistic archives of the South, to whose posterity slavery will seem almost a mythical thing With as little bias in the second tale, I have etched the young Northern truant abroad during the secession The closing tale, recently written, in the midst of constant toil and travel, is an attempt to recall an old suburb, now nearly erased and illegible by the extension of a great city, and may be considered a home American picture about contemporary with the European tales CONTENTS SHORT NOVELS THE REBEL COLONY IN PARIS 13 MARRIED ABROAD 99 THE DEAF MAN OF KENSINGTON 155 CHORDS BOHEMIA 9 LITTLE GRISETTE 93 THE PIGEON GIRL 149 THE DEAD BOHEMIAN 279 BOHEMIA The farther I do grow from La Bohme, The I do regret that foolish shame Which made me hold it something to conceal, And so I did myself expatriate For in my pulses and my feet I feel That wayward realm was still my own estate Wise wagged our tongues when the dear nights grew late, And quainter, clearer, rose our quick conceits, And pure and mutual were our social sweets Oh ever thus convivial round the gate Of Letters have the masters and the young Loitered away their enterprises great, Since Spenser revelled in the halls of state, And at his tavern rarest Jonson sung.
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  • George Alfred Townsend

    War correspondent during the American Civil War and novelist He wrote for the Philadelphia Inquirer, in 1861 he started to write for the New York Herald By 1868, he became a Washington correspondent, working for the Chicago Tribune, and after 1874, for the New York Graphic.His novels included The Entailed Hat 1884 , which fictionalized a true story of a woman named Patty Cannon who kidnapped free blacks and sold them into slavery Townsend s other works include the short story collection Tales of the Chesapeake 1880 and the novel Katy of Catoctin 1887.Townsend wrote under the pen name Gath , which was derived by adding an H to his initials, and inspired by the biblical passage II Samuel 1 20.

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