We'd play shopping-cart bingowhere each shopping cart has a number, and if your number is called,you get a discount on whatever you have in the cart. At store openings, we'd stand on the servicecounters and give away boxes of candy to the customers who had traveled the farthest to get there. Aslong as it Was fun, we'd try it. Occasionally it blew up in our face. BATTLE OF CHOTUSITZ. 鈥淕ood God!鈥?he burst out at last, 鈥渨hat a miserable thing a woman鈥檚 love is to a man鈥檚! I could commit crimes for you 鈥?and you can balance and choose in that way. But you don鈥檛 love me; if you had a tithe of the feeling for me that I have for you, it would be impossible to you to think for a moment of sacrificing me. But it weighs nothing with you that you are robbing me of my life鈥檚 happiness.鈥? pk10怎样分析走势分析 BATTLE OF CHOTUSITZ. 鈥淲e can not afford the least narrative of G?rtz and his courses: imagination, from a few traits, will sufficiently conceive them. He had gone first to Karl Theodor鈥檚 minister: 鈥楧ead to it, I fear; has already signed?鈥?Alas! yes. Upon which to Zweibrück, the heir鈥檚 minister, whom his master had distinctly ordered to sign,554 but who, at his own peril, gallant man, delayed, remonstrated, had not yet done it; and was able to answer: 鈥淏ut, Maggie,鈥?said Stephen, seating himself by her again, 鈥渋s it possible you don鈥檛 see that what happened yesterday has altered the whole position of things? What infatuation is it, what obstinate prepossession, that blinds you to that? It is too late to say what we might have done or what we ought to have done. Admitting the very worst view of what has been done, it is a fact we must act on now; our position is altered; the right course is no longer what it was before. We must accept our own actions and start afresh from them. Suppose we had been married yesterday? It is nearly the same thing. The effect on others would not have been different. It would only have made this difference to ourselves,鈥?Stephen added bitterly, 鈥渢hat you might have acknowledged then that your tie to me was stronger than to others.鈥? Marlborough landed at Dover on the day of the queen's death, where he was received with the warmest acclamations and tokens of the highest popularity. He was met on his approach to London by a procession of two hundred gentlemen, headed by Sir Charles Coxe, member for Southwark. As he drew nearer this procession was joined by a long train of carriages. It was like a triumph; and Bothmar, the Hanoverian Minister, wrote home that it was as if he had gained another battle at H?chst?dt (Blenheim) that he would be of great service in case the Pretender should make any attempt, but that he was displeased that he was not in the regency, or that any man except the king should be higher in the country than he. He went straight to the House of Lords to take the oaths to the king; but at Temple Bar his carriage broke down, to the great delight of the people, because it compelled him to come out and enter another, by which they got a good view of him. Having taken the oaths, he retired into the country till the arrival of the king, disgusted at his not being in the regency. In the mean time, on the 24th of January, Charles Albert, King of Bavaria, through the intrigues of the French minister and the diplomacy of Frederick, was chosen Emperor of Germany. This election Frederick regarded as a great triumph on his part. It was the signal defeat of Austria. Very few of the sons of Adam have passed a more joyless and dreary earthly pilgrimage than was the fortune of Charles Albert. At the time of his election he was forty-five years of age, of moderate stature, polished manners, and merely ordinary abilities. He was suffering from a complication of the most painful disorders. His previous life had been but a series of misfortunes, and during all the rest of his days he was assailed by the storms of adversity. In death alone he found refuge from a life almost without a joy. BATTLE OF CHOTUSITZ.