Beg pardon, ma'am, said Algernon, laughing. And with the laughter, the cloud cleared from his brow. Clouds never rested there long. WESTSIDER MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN Asked how much time he spends practicing, Pinky replies: "As much as I need to. I don't think about time. You either live music or you don't. 鈥?Music is an unending art form which demands your complete attention and perfection at all times. What a wonderful thing to be able to say 鈥?I'll be able to say it in maybe 15 or 20 years 鈥?that I have gone through all of Schubert's works. What an incredible achievement that is! I can tell you, it's a lot more satisfying than flying an airplane." 彩民彩票是不是真的 WESTSIDER MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN Frederick鈥檚 Motives for the War.鈥擬arriage of William Augustus.鈥擳estimony of Lord Macaulay.鈥擣rederick and his Allies.鈥擵isit to Dresden.鈥擬ilitary Energy.鈥擟harles Albert chosen Emperor.鈥擳he Coronation.鈥擡ffeminacy of the Saxon Princes.鈥擠isappointment and Vexation of Frederick.鈥擧e withdraws in Chagrin.鈥擳he Cantonment on the Elbe.鈥擶inter Campaigning.鈥擳he Concentration at Chrudim. Is her disorder incurable? asked Mr. Diamond. Frederick remained at Bunzelwitz a fortnight after the retreat of the Russians. In the mean time the French and English were fighting each other with varying success upon the banks of the Rhine. It is not necessary to enter into the details of their struggles. Frederick鈥檚 magazines at Schweidnitz were getting low. On the 26th of September he broke up his camp at Bunzelwitz, and in a three days鈥?march to the southeast reached Neisse. The Austrians did not venture to annoy him. Frederick had scarcely reached Neisse when he learned, to his amazement and horror, that General Loudon, with a panther-like spring, had captured Schweidnitz, with its garrison and all its supplies. It was a terrible blow to the king. The Austrians could now winter in Silesia. The anguish of Frederick must have been great. But he gave no utterance to his gloomy forebodings. There can be but little doubt, however, that the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles will ere long be in the hands of Russia. 鈥淚 know that I or my successors,鈥?said the Czar Nicholas, 鈥渕ust547 have Constantinople. You might as well arrest a stream in its descent from a mountain as the Russians in their advance to the Hellespont.鈥?84 WESTSIDER MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN The astounded Austrians bowed to the dust before him, escorted him to the best room, and, stealing out into the darkness, made their way as rapidly as possible to the bridge, which at the east end of the street crossed the Schweidnitz Water. At the farther end of the bridge Austrian cannon were planted to arrest the pursuit. The officers hurried across, and vanished in the gloom of night, followed by the river-guard. The Prussian cannoneers steadily pursued, and kept up through the night an incessant fire upon the rear of the foe.