To effect these objects it is proposed to organise a party at one of the outer stations, say at Surat, on the Lower Condamine River, from which Leichhardt's last known camp is 230 miles, and the junction of the Alice with the Victoria River, 370 miles, not allowing for deviations.
I thought it best not to relinquish all authority, so I organised regular expeditions, and ordered their direction.
I believe that the ancient Creed, the Eternal Gospel, will stand, and conquer, and prove its might in this age, as it has in every other for eighteen hundred years, by claiming, and subduing, and organising those young anarchic forces, which now, unconscious of their parentage, rebel against Him to whom they owe their being.
they used to say, and now they say 'we are organising the defence of the Piave line!'
In the evening the forest department organised a tour for us through the jungle.
Here, I'll organise this thing, and for the present we won't consider either Greenland or India.
Either she must organise her corn-supply on a secure basis, or get rid of her swarms of poor inhabitants; the latter alternative might have been possible if she had been willing to let them starve, but probably in no other way.
His life was daily in danger; and, so as not to be taken unawares, he organised a band of forty followers for his personal service.
On the other hand, the necessity of organising the army of a maritime insular state, and of training it with the object of rendering effective aid in operations of the kind in question, has rarely been perceived and acted upon by others.
Each colony is now governed by an elective council of inhabitants, with committees for education, police, and the arbitration of disputes, and they have organised co-operative unions which make them independent of middlemen in the disposal of their produce.
Ambassador Dumba was forced to leave this country because of the capture of secret letters revealing plots to organise strikes in our munitions factories, to buy up orators to incite workmen to discontent, and to pay newspapers for advancing the German propaganda.
But we do not propose to organise a society, form a group for the control of the two chief political parties, bring about "socialism" in twenty-five years, or do anything beyond contributing in our place and measure to that constructive discussion whose real magnitude we now begin to realise.
It was rather difficult to organise the regular working service, there was such rivalry between our own personal servants and the men who belonged to the house, but after a little while things went pretty smoothly.
Certain croakers even insinuate that the vice-admiral hesitates to organise the resistance, but we will not listen to them, and are on the whole full of confidence and resolution. "
We were to have gone next to the extreme right, where General Verzbitsky operated on the flank, but the admiral said the condition of the soldiers was very sad, and his immediate business was to organise the rear and so secure the means by which the soldier at the front could do his duty.
Toleration was promised to the Christians, but Julian organised processions in honour of the Olympian gods, and encouraged in every way the return of the old and dying worship.
It stands for the expropriated multitude, whose whole situation and difficulty arise from its individual lack of initiative and organising power.
Whereupon the owners organised the entire population into a great stock company, retaining four-fifths of the property themselves.
It was Marcos who finally discovered an opportunity, and with characteristic patience he sifted it, and organised a plan of action before making anything known to his father.
The prisoners have formed an orchestra, and organised theatrical performances, for which they have painted pretty scenery.
So Registration came--the first real step towards organising the nation.
Other and less dreadful types of politicians without privacy come into one's mind, the orator who night after night repeats the theatrical success of his own personality, and, like the actor, keeps his recurring fits of weary disgust to himself; the busy organising talkative man to whom it is a mere delight to take the chair at four smoking concerts a week.
If the Russians once occupy Cabul they may remain there with the Indus in their front, till they have organised insurrection in our rear, and completely equipped their army.
When Sacchini died, Piccinni delivered the funeral oration, and when, a year later, Gluck died in Vienna, Piccinni made a vain effort to organise a fitting memorial festival.
And I don't mind if you like to let in a few of your particular pals, if you'll agree to help me organise a district.
On the second of April he was appointed Delegate for War, and, conjointly with Cluseret, organised ten corps of the Enfants Perdus of Belleville.
*** A Bermondsey house of amusement has organised a competition, in which the competitors have to eat a pudding with their hands tied.
Here he organised a class of young men, 800 strong, and whilst here he set the town on fire with anti-Popery denunciation; and of him it might, at that time, have been said-- He comes from Erin's peaceful shore Like fervid kettle bubbling o'er With hot effusions--hot and weak; Sound Humbug all your hollowest drums, He comes of Erin's martyrdoms To Britain's well-fed Church to speak.
Gerald received this calmly, and set about organising the ceremony.
We're all swimming in a flood of ill-calculated chances--" "You'll be making out I organised that business down there--by chance--next," said my uncle, his voice thick with challenge.
In one attack made just after daybreak the enemy succeeded in getting into a short length of line, but men of the 2/15th Londons promptly organised a counter-attack and, advancing with fine gallantry, though their ranks were thinned by a tremendous enfilade fire from artillery and machine guns, they regained the sangars.
He made and organised this world.
We must set ourselves to realise clearly what we intend our officials to do, and to consider how far our present modes of appointment, and especially our present methods of organising official work, provide the most effective means for carrying out that intention.
The little schoolmarm, Alethea-Belle Buchanan, organised the women into a staff of nurses.
As we were both day-boys with a good deal of control over our time we organised walks and expeditions together, and my habit of solitary and rather vague prowling gave way to much more definite joint enterprises.
~CONCLUSIONS~ The Red Cross International Committee, at Geneva, has since the beginning of the war organised visits to the camps of prisoners of war and of civilian prisoners in the various belligerent countries.
The work of organising coloured troops, which had begun in Massachusetts some months earlier in the year, was now pressed forward with some measure of efficiency.
It is only another step upward in scale to plan out new, more tolerable conditions of employment for every sort of worker and to organise the transition from our present disorder.
For the girl students, being in a majority that year, had organised Tea between four o'clock and the advent of the extinguishing policeman at five.
I might have wandered by the Strymon under Philip and Alexander without throwing any new light on method or organising the sum of human knowledge; on the other hand, I might have objected to Aristotle as too much of a systematiser, and have preferred the freedom of a little self-contradiction as offering more chances of truth.
But if the units of the present police were withdrawn we would soon perforce set about organising a substitute, and most people would realise the true social value of a police force.
After his return to Paris, they organised subscriptions, in collecting which the village priests took the lead.
They are not merely putting aside old things, but they are forming and organising within themselves new structures, new and more efficient relationships, that will last far beyond the still remote peace settlement.
It has been the chronic mistake of statecraft and all organising spirits to attempt immediately to scheme and arrange and achieve.
To-day I have organised a series of lectures for the winter; the people seem keen and it ought to be exceedingly interesting to discuss so many diverse subjects with experts.
It was painted by Lampi, when Therese was about twenty-eight; and on the frame can be seen still the words: "To the rare genius, to the great artist, to the good man, from T.B." The picture is in the Beethoven Museum at Bonn, and in the National Museum at Pesth is a bust of Therese in her later years, erected in her honour because she organised out of her charity the first infants' school in the Austrian empire, and did many other good works.
Sixthly, he and several associated firms had organised a simple and generous insurance scheme against lead-poisoning risks.
Burglary is a positive scourge, and the habit of organising gang-robberies has spread to youths of the middle class.
We see him mainly through tradition, but also to a great extent in the Kuran directing the humblest details in the lives of the Muslim, organising their ritual, regulating their commerce, their usury laws, their personal cleanliness, their dietary, their social and moral relations.
From that moment the general of the Commune put himself in communication with Versailles through the mediation of M. Camus and Baron Dathiel de la Tuque, who agreed with him to organise a counter revolution.