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This bold experiment, Sir John Hawkins has related in such a manner as to suggest a charge against Johnson of intentionally hastening his end; a charge so very inconsistent with his character in every respect, that it is injurious even to refute it, as Sir John has thought it necessary to do.

This bold experiment, Sir John Hawkins has related in such a manner as to suggest a charge against Johnson of intentionally hastening his end; a charge so very inconsistent with his character in every respect, that it is injurious even to refute it, as Sir John has thought it necessary to do.

Sir Walter Scott says that 'Reynolds observed the charge given him by Johnson on his death-bed not to use his pencil of a Sunday for a considerable time, but afterwards broke it, being persuaded by some person who was impatient for a sitting that the Doctor had no title to exact such a promise.'

But their charge dissuaded them from this precaution.

"It was pathetic, and comical, too, gentlemen, to hear that nigger beg me on his bended knees to take better care of myself and not insist upon getting to the front of every charge.

Amy's mother gave her into my charge, and won't reproach me for anything that has passed when I explain matters.

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As Peace should still her wheaten Garland weare, And stand a Comma 'tweene their amities, And many such like Assis of great charge, [Sidenote: like, as sir of]

[Footnote 8: Dr. Johnson says there is a quibble here with asses as beasts of charge or burden.

but I am very sorry good Horatio, [Sidenote: 245] That to Laertes I forgot my selfe; For by the image of my Cause, I see [Sidenote: 262] The Portraiture of his; Ile count his fauours: [Footnote 1: Here is the charge at length in full against the kingof quality and proof sufficient now, not merely to justify, but to compel action against him.]

but I charge thee, As thou respects thy duty, not to question The cause of my distemper; my iust feares Prohibits thee the knowledge of it.

At a mustring or ith Artillery garden. Lady. 'Twas past my pleasure, good Sir Geffery, you have had such harch entertainement from them: henceforth Ile lay my charge upon them to be more tractable.

Timothy, Find out my son and charge him to delay The execution of my late comaund

Mrs. Parker and her two elder daughters were going to pay a visit to town this summer, and as Edith was not thought old enough to accompany them, Mrs. Parker resolved to ask Emilie to take charge of her.

She had not, indeed, undertaken the charge very willingly; but Mrs. Parker had befriended her in extremity, and she loved Edith dearly, notwithstanding much in her that was not loveable, so she armed herself for the conflict, and cheerfully and humbly commenced her new duties.

"If births can be arranged would not mind taking charge of children in lieu of passage.

She was the daughter of Alberto, banished "by an unjust sentence," and during his exile he left his daughter under the charge of the marquis Almanza.

Beside thy long lamented Ann, Or 'midst thy charge at Aracan?

Though oft his duty calls abroad, Salvation's news to bear, The father leaves his charge with God, Confiding in his care.

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He looked out, and recognised at the head of the party an officer named Laenas, whom he had once successfully defended on a capital charge; but he saw no gratitude or mercy in the face, though there were others of the band who covered their eyes for pity, when they saw the dishevelled grey hair and pale worn features of the great Roman (he was within a month of sixty-four).

His desire to keep well with men of all parties, so long as it seemed possible (and this not so much from the desire of self-aggrandisement, as from a hope through their aid to serve the commonwealth) laid him open on more than one occasion to the charge of insincerity.

And if he heard that there was a law which enjoined that in the case of seditious and disloyal citizens who should take up arms to attack the Senate-house, or use violence against the magistrates, or levy war against the commonwealth, inquisition into the matter should be made at once, on the very day;he would not find fault with such a law: he would only ask the nature of the charge.

To the court it must be,'He did not do it: he never contemplated it: the evidence is false; the charge is fabricated'.

Twenty-nine of the elder Cicero's letters to his brother remain, written in terms of remarkable kindness and affection, which go far to vindicate the Roman character from a charge which has sometimes been brought against it of coldness in these family relationships.

He has written to the physician to spare no care or pains, and to charge, apparently, what he pleases.

On the subject of the country life generally he confesses an inclination to become garrulousthe one failing which he admits may be fairly laid to the charge of old age.

The man who was in charge of them was asking for Sarkis.

But when Robin had grown calmer, he returned to the charge very quietly but with determination.

"Will you go to bed, Juliet," he said in that new gentle voice of his, "and leave me in charge?

If one member charges another with ungentlemanly or criminal conduct, he must follow up his charge and prove it,in which case the culprit is no longer recognized as a gentleman; or if he fails to make good his accusation, and neglects to atone for his offence by ample and satisfactory apologies, he is promptly "sent to Coventry" as a convicted calumniator.

Why should I wish to see him again, when I should only be tempted to sinful thoughts, and when my dear uncle, who can do so much for him, has his soul in charge?

But this regret is diminished by the ability with which Mr. James Spedding, who had taken charge of the Literary and Occasional Works, has supplied Mr. Ellis's place in the completion of the editing of the Philosophical.

The lady who took charge of this sad child had never well understood her before, but had always looked on her with great tenderness.

I place him in your charge, in order that you may teach him wisdom if it be possible.

Baffled but not beaten, she resolved upon returning to the charge; and accordingly she drove to the residence of the minister, and met him at the door of his closet as he was about to proceed to the Louvre, in order to have an interview with the King.

On gaining the opposite shore neither of the two attempted to remount; but, abandoning their horses, they set off at their best speed on foot; while the postilion by whom they had been accompanied had great difficulty, during the return of the boat, in securing the three animals who were thus suddenly committed to his sole charge.

Others may do as they like, but I will not charge our Saviour with neglect or transgression in this or any other duty.

Perhaps some one will be shot; perhaps the enemy will charge the camp.

I took between four and five dollars to spend, though I had given between twenty and thirty to the mission, but did not get a chance to spend much, as Mr. M. took me in charge and paid for everything I ate.

We finally agreed that the girls should drive over to Mrs. Reed's and ask her to take charge of it.

One day he was playing with powder, and putting his mouth to the match to blow it, it exploded, and the whole charge went into his face and eyes.

He wished Johnny's mother to come to his home to take charge of his two motherless boys.

She came according to her promise and offered the money, but the doctor was unwilling to take it, as he had no charge on his books.

I have not slept over night since I had them; it is a great charge for a lone woman like me.

"The charge of the judge was stern and significant.

"It was late in the day when the judge's charge was given, and the finding of the jury was to be rendered in the morning.

When the Christian reached his home, he told his family of the judge's solemn charge and of the grave responsibility which rested upon the jurors.

One thing is remarkablethe officer in charge on board the British Queen had a most unaccountable feeling that there was something for him to do, and three times during the night he changed the course of the vessel, bearing northward.

The hour at length arrived, the charge was sounded by the trumpets, and Caesar's troops began to advance with loud shouts and great impetuosity toward Pompey's lines.

The authorities who had it in their charge, not aware of Caesar's approach, had concluded to withdraw the treasures from the temple and loan them to Pompey, to be repaid when he should have regained his Dower.

He found only the garrison which Ptolemy's government had left in charge of the city.

His army endured, in the depth of winter, great exposures and fatigues, and they had to encounter a large hostile force under the charge of Cato.

Some of these volumes or rolls, which were very ancient and of great authority, were preserved in the temples at Rome, under the charge of a board of guardians, who were to keep them with the utmost care, and to consult them on great occasions, in order to discover beforehand what would be the result of public measures or great enterprises which were in contemplation.

They entreat permission to commence the attack; And if thou wouldst but give the word of onset, They could now charge the enemy in rear, Into the city wedge them, and with ease O'erpower them in the narrow streets.

Let us charge them, And finish here in Pilsen the revolt.

We understand that the business is in the charge of Mr. EDGAR during his partner's absence.

how her charge hangs dangling by the rim, See!

"When it became necessary therefore to lessen the charge, a resolution was taken to begin with the salaries of the actors; and what seem'd to make this resolution more necessary at this time was the loss of Nokes, Montfort and Leigh, who all dy'd about the same year.

He belonged to the order of actors to whom, in the present day, we apply the charitable word of painstaking, an adjective which shows very plainly the nature of the man, while it likewise allows the critic to escape the charge of unkindness.

Mrs. Evans knew some of the people in charge of the farm and they had no difficulty gaining admittance.

You will take care that she is not cheated by her husband, or by any one else?" "I shall hold it a sacred charge to protect her interests, so far as it is possible for me to do so.

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A committee was appointed to take charge of it, under a solemn oath that they would preserve this palladium of the rights of the people.

Lately the industry has ceased to be very productive, and an old man in charge told me that it is because fishermen down the river and in Chesapeake Bay are so active that comparatively few fish manage to get up so far.

"Thus of all Joy and happiness bereft, And with the Charge of Ten poor Children left: A greater Grief no Woman sure can know, Who,with Ten Childrenwho will have me now.

All told, according to Mr. Gaillard Hunt, who has them in charge, the Washington manuscripts in the Library of Congress is the largest collection of papers of one person in the world.

Finding all overtures rejected, a complaint was laid before the Grand Jury; and such was the state of popular prejudice, that twelve out of nineteen of that body concurred in finding a bill against men of excellent moral character, without any real evidence to sustain the charge.

"And I would have you all to understand distinctly," continued the brave old man, "that I have no wish to evade the charge against me for being an abolitionist.

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On the other hand, literary merit was never without its reward, for though, as far as we can discover, Charlemagne, wise in his generosity, seldom if ever gave more than one profitable charge at once to one man, yet those who distinguished themselves by talent and exertion, were sure to meet with honour, distinction, and competence.

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The Lady Annabel and her good pastor seated themselves at each end of the table, while Venetia, mounted on a high chair, was waited on by Mistress Pauncefort, who never condescended by any chance attention to notice the presence of any other individual but her little charge, on whose chair she just leaned with an air of condescending devotion.

When they returned home, Mistress Pauncefort brought her work, and seated herself on the terrace, that she might not lose sight of her charge.

Mr. Hampden afterwards made a celebrated speech in the House to clear himself from the charge brought against him.

I have just returned (writes a Naval correspondent) from an interesting visit to the condemned battleship, H.M.S. Indefensible, which is now anchored off Brightlingsea, in the charge of retired petty-officer Herbert Tompkins and his wife.

He ran to the front gate and was ordered to take charge of the horse of one of the officers in such an abrupt tone until he 'begin to shaking in my bare feet!

Crayshaw was very zealous in the discharge of his promise; the ponies took a great deal of exercise; and old Grand, before the boys were dismissed to school, saw very decided and satisfactory progress on the part of his grandson, while the ponies were committed to his charge with a fervour that was almost pathetic.

The farrier has no right to charge me so high for shoeing my horse that I'm forced to sell him my horse to pay his bill; but he has a right to say he won't shoe him at all.

He was even observed on a calm day to watch these waifs as they floated off, and was confidently believed to recognise them as his own property, while in such language as he knew, which was not syllabic, he talked and scolded at them, as if, in spite of facts, he meant to charge them with being down there entirely through their own perversity.

"My difficulty is this:Why in the world did not Hero (or at any rate Beatrice on her behalf) prove an 'alibi' in answer to the charge?

Mr. Dubourg has kindly taken charge of itso that it is now much nearer to its future owner than it has been for seven years.