Charlotte, who desired to commit him to a definite step, seized the opportunity, as Edward made no immediate opposition, to settle Ottilie's departure, for which she had already privately made all preparations, for the next day.
~Opportunity.~ I know not what the future holds-- But this I know, Youth is a guest, who on his way Too soon will go.
My dear sir, this is a land of opportunity--" "Still, Whitney," interrupted Dr. Hargrave, "there may be something in what Senator Scarborough says."
I may as well take this opportunity----" "No, please don't, Lord Minster," she answered, knowing very well what was coming; "I am so tired to-night."
* * * * * As acceptable information, we subjoin the regulations for the admission of members and visiters to the Gardens in the Regent's Park, and the Museum, in Bruton-street; to the latter we shall allude at an early opportunity:-- Every member shall have personal admission to the gardens and museum, with two companions.
He took the earliest opportunity--30th of December--of marrying Mary Godwin; and thus he became reconciled to her father and to other members of the family.
So, her Husband, kind heart, lest she should be cruel, has himself given me the dear opportunity.--Aside.--Be sure you keep the old Fellow in discourse awhile.
or was it Julia, that last night gave me that lone Opportunity?--but hark, I hear some coming-- Shuts himself in.
Some did not know how to contrive it, some had not courage for it, some had no opportunity,--every one had the inclination.
-9- Cicero accordingly came home from exile and expressed his gratitude to both senate and people,--the consuls affording him an opportunity,--in their respective assemblies.
Opportunity'll ne'er ha' to knock twice upon my door."
His rashness was opposed by the Italian government,--wisely awaiting riper opportunity,--who sent against him the greatest general of Italy (La Marmora), and Garibaldi was taken prisoner at Aspromonte.
serves but to prove how much the man, who has in view rendering himself acceptable to the divine Charlotta, dares to do, when dangers worthy of his courage present themselves.--A small time may, perhaps, afford me an opportunity:--yet did you know how dear this self-denial costs me, you would confess it the greatest proof of affection ever man gave:--permit me therefore to gratify an ambition which has no other aim than a justification of the favours I receive:--continue to look with a favourable eye on my endeavours, and they cannot then fail of such success, as may give me a claim to the glorious.