From consulting Horne, Calmet and the Bible, I find there were six different ways by which the Hebrews became servants legally.
The subject of betrothings and nuptials, and also of the rites and ceremonies attending them, is here treated of principally from the reason of the understanding; for the object of this book is that the reader may see truths rationally, and thereby give his consent, for thus his spirit is convinced; and those things in which the spirit is convinced, obtain a place above those which, without consulting reason, enter from authority and the faith of authority; for the latter enter the head no further than into the memory, and there mix themselves with fallacies and falses; thus they are beneath the rational things of the understanding.
80-1; health, consults Scotch physicians, iv.
In connection with his friend McNeill he acted as consulting engineer for the Western road from 1836 to 1840.
Boys, I know, pay little attention to the conventionalities, and are seldom found consulting books on etiquette; but those who have been well brought up, and accustomed at home to an air of refinement, are quick to detect ill-breeding and bad manners in those older than themselves, and who "ought to know better."
the phrase which falls to the last leaflet forming the answer to the inquiry: "La blanche et simple Paquerette, Que ton coeur consult surtout, Dit, Ton amant, tendre fillette, T'aime, un peu, beaucoup, point du tout."
The concatenation of incidents, it will be remembered, started with the extraordinary death of that eminent man of science, Professor Schleschinger, consulting laryngologist to the Charite Hospital in Berlin.
Also, as often as the consulting judges held different views, his vote was reckoned only as equal to that of any one else.
290; consults Johnson by letter, iv.
Consult de Gubematis, Zoological Mythology, London, 1872, 2 vols.
REFERENCES FOR FURTHER STUDY HISTORICAL For contemporary English history, consult Gardiner, Green, Walker, or Cheney.
Consult experience, and observe whence it doth proceed.
It is worth your consideration, too, that by mistrusting Marian at that time, and refusing to give her my sister's address, you forced her to appeal to me for help, and so advanced me from the position of consulting electrician to that of friend in need.
Many a man who was pretty well satisfied of the meaning of a text of Scripture, or clause in the code, at first reading, has, by consulting commentators, quite lost the sense of it, and by these elucidations given rise or increase to his doubts, and drawn obscurity upon the place.
To one human being at least the consulting commanders had the likeness of world-wielding gods.
The designs by Downing, rarely much more than commodious residences with great neatness rather than artistic beauty, stand very well for that style of building which consults comfort and attains it, but it is a misuse of words to call them artistic.
LONDON, February 3, 1866 Sir Charles Wood called--wished to see me alone--chiefly in order to talk about John, his occasional sudden acts without consulting colleagues, and the bad effect of so acting.
He has this to say of an Italian institution: "Lotteries in Rome make for the Government eight thousand scudi per week; common people venture in them; are superstitious and consult cabaliste or lucky numbers; these tolerated as they help sell the tickets."
His Ina watched him with consulting brows.
An attorney-general, several advocates-general, and deputies, who formed a committee or college, constituted the active part of this court, round which were grouped consulting advocates (consiliarii), pleading advocates (proponentes), advocates who were mere listeners (audientes), ushers and serjeants, whose chief, on his appointment, became a member of the nobility.