ive a present from every one!" said they, when the Française was at an end. "He is an excellent man who thus keeps order in the street, so that one can enjoy a little dance."
"These are honest people's children!" said the watchman to himself, whilst he with much pleasure thrust the money into his leathern purse.
"Who looks into the shadowy realm of my heart?" A. V. CHAMISSO.
In the former chapter we heard mention made of a young student, Otto Thostrup, a clever fellow, with nine prae caeteris, as his comrades said, but also of a proud spirit, of which he must be broken. Not at the disputations, which have been already mentioned, will we make his acquaintance, although there we must be filled with respect for the good Latin scholar; not in large companies, where his handsome exterior and his speaking, melancholy glance must make him interesting; as l