We also advise against a similar credulity on the other side, in a blind faith that species--that the manifold sorts and forms of existing animals and vegetables--"have no secondary cause."
"Inspector"--his voice was a mere whisper--"have you any theory to explain--" "Mrs. Irvin's disappearance?
Thus th'outward yard set round with bayes w'have seene, Which from the garden hath transplanted been: Thus, at the Praetor's feast, with needlesse costs Some must b'employd in painting of the posts: And some as dishes made for sight, not taste, Stand here as things for shew to FLETCHERS feast.
As the political leader of this "Intelligence" party, as it was called, appeared J.S. Welhaven.
So he set himself to examine his own mind and the mind of the world about him for prejudice, for hampering follies, disguised disloyalties and mischievous distrusts, and the great bulk of the papers that White struggled with at Westhaven Street were devoted to various aspects of this search for "Prejudice."
This sort of weather continued for two days and nights, during which we managed to get up as high as Whitehaven, when the wind came dead ahead, blowing a stiff breeze.
Enver Pasha has of late been somewhat out of favour in Berlin, and I cannot but think it curious that when, on April 2, 1917, he visited the submarine base at Wilhelmshaven, he was very nearly killed in a motor accident.
If you pull business,--and I rather think you will,--have to sing twice in the afternoon and twice in the evening."
"I was thinking as you came ashore, Gar'ner, if a lucky turn might not be made in this wise:--have a good many skins in the wreck, you see, and you have a good deal of ile in your hold--now, by starting some of that ile, and pumping it out, and shooking the casks, room might be made aboard of you for all my skins.
Y'have heard that I have gold; I am sure you have.
You--poor wretches!--have gone through this," I say to myself; and then I wonder and wonder that they can smile and look gay.
Others of his short stories especially worthy of mention are: Two Runaways (July, 1886, Century), Sister Todhunter's Heart (July, 1887, Century), "De Valley an' de Shadder" (January, 1888, Century), An Idyl of "Sinkin' Mount'in" (October, 1888, Century), The Rival Souls (March, 1889, Century), The Woodhaven Goat (March, 1899, Century), and The Shadow (December, 1906, Century).
what further view can I have against you?--Have I attempted any further outrage?--If you will be mine, your injuries will be injuries done to myself.
Would their past experience or present sufferings--for doubtless some of them were still "under the yoke"--have suggested to their thoughts such glosses as some of our theological professors venture to put upon the words of the apostle!
Aug. 17th.--Have devoted almost the whole day to Coleridge's Literary Remains, which Mr. Davenport brought me.
Oh, I am sick of all of you!--have I not told you so a hundred times?--sick with the contempt I feel for you, and weary of your stupid tricks."
May 22nd.--Have you read Russell's book on the Indian Mutiny?
Saturday, 19th.--Have just seen M. to the Conservatory; met Dr. Skinner on the way home, who said he had been reading Stepping Heavenward, and he hoped he should step all the faster for it.
299.Q.--Have any experiments been made to determine the strength of boilers?
March 31st.--Have just got printed, as a leaflet, "A Disputed Point in Logic"--the point Professor Wilson and I have been arguing so long.
However, I will--I will--a----Have you any idea of the value of money, Miss Lind?
Tuesday, 9th.--Have visited the Allston gallery and seen Rosalie for the last time before going home.
She should (a)have, died hereafter: There would have been a time for such a word.
What say you, Antisthenes?--have friends their values like domestic slaves?
But those laws which are gradually enacted for the interests of the whole body of the people,--for the rich and poor, the powerful and feeble alike,--have generally been the result of great and diverse experiences, running through centuries, the work of wise men under constitutional forms of government.
Let me alone, you great dog, you!--let me alone!--have I heard a lesser boy, his coward arms held over his head and face, say to a bigger, who was pommeling him, for having run away with his apple, his orange, or his ginger-bread.
So does the snake, the monkey, the lizard and crocodile, and many other low and mean animals.--Have these creatures the reasoning faculties of man?
"Yes, indeed," he answered,--"have n't I?"
I did--'lovely as I am'!--have my regular time; I wasn't so hideous that I couldn't!
I've been kind to you--I say, Dunwody," he went on, turning suddenly as he saw the latter approach--"haven't I always treated my people right?
You will wonder, doubtless, by what law either I should be confined for endeavouring to defend my chastity, or he, for generously assisting me; but the detested artful count had pretended himself my husband; and under the sanction of that name it was, that he met no opposition to his wicked will from the people of the house, and rendered them regardless of my shrieks and cries.--The magistrates are yet dubious of the truth; and till it can be proved what I really am, both myself and monsieur du Plessis must continue where we are:--have pity on me, therefore, I conjure you, madam, and write to the podestat: I have already told him I had the honour to belong to you;--a line from you will confirm it, and once more set at liberty a maid, who will ever remember all your favours with the greatest gratitude, and your withdrawing them as the worst misfortune could have befallen.
They got Barabbas:--have you well considered what a fund of purblind obduracy, of opaque flunkyism grown truculent and transcendent; what an eye for the phylacteries, and want of eye for the eternal noblenesses; sordid loyalty to the prosperous Semblances, and high-treason against the Supreme Fact, such a vote betokens in these natures?
I am afraid our good friends, the Denslows, and Mr. Dalton,--whom I esteem for their patronage of art,--have been taken in by an adventurer."
When the tortured girl had been given time to grasp the full import of her words, the woman said again,--turning toward Sibyl, as she spoke, with a smiling air that was intended to show the intimacy between herself and the artist,--"Have you seen his portrait of me?"
"Strange," says he, "as the delusion may appear, yet it is most true, that three years ago I did not know or believe that I had an enemy in the world; and now even my strongest consolations of gratitude are mingled with fear, and I reproach myself for being too often disposed to ask,--Have I one friend?"
Better for such a man to precipitate himself on to the utmost goal: for then perhaps he may in the repose of intellectual activity feel the nothingness of his prize, or the wretchedness of it; and then perhaps the inward yearning after a religion may make him ask;--"Have I not mistaken the road at the outset?
She was not the kind of a young lady to go into the street with a dog that would not behave himself, and she was never willing to attract attention to herself by calling out orders to any of her pets.
After that, same as before, won't it be?--Have a glass of wine with me?
On this point he came into conflict with the owner of the property, and, having behaved very violently, received notice that his lease, just expiring, would not be renewed.
Footnote 1: --behaved like a piece of furniture.
I'm one of the quietest and best-behaved----" "Make haste, Mr. Benn," said the widow, turning to the window again; "I've got a lot to do when you've finished."
They fell before thee like sheep and oxen, and thou behavedst thyself as if thou hadst been in thine own slaughter-house; therefore thus will I reward thee- the Lent shall be as long again as it is, and thou shalt have a licence to kill for a hundred lacking one.
They had no complaints to make, the girl said; the Germans were well behaved--"tres correct."
Though the lady, perhaps, has run off with a person below her in rank and station, see when they enter the room, how differently they behave.--How gracefully she waves her head in the fine recover from the withdrawing curtsy, and beautifully extends her hand to the bald-pated individual grinning to her on the rug!
We hold that every man behaves with awkwardness when he is in love, and the want of the one is a presumption of the absence of the other.
7:36 But if any man think that he behaveth himself uncomely toward his virgin, if she pass the flower of her age, and need so require, let him do what he will, he sinneth not: let them marry.
At length, The awful stillness broke-- As if from silence gathering strength Most lustily they all did croak, Their opinions mingling, In discordant jingling-- "A purge"--"a blister"--"shave his head" "Senna and salts"--"a clyster"--"have him bled," "A pill at noon"--"another pill at night," "A warm-bath, sure, would set him right."
The decoy ship was rapidly filling, but efforts were made to tow her into port, and with the greatest difficulty, and entirely owing to the splendid manner in which all hands stuck to the work, she was brought into Berehaven with her stern under water thirty-six hours later and beached.
18:12 And their border on the north side was from Jordan; and the border went up to the side of Jericho on the north side, and went up through the mountains westward; and the goings out thereof were at the wilderness of Bethaven.