The more severe industrial discrimination at the North, which drove large numbers to an alternative of destitution or crime, was furthermore contributive to the special excess of negro criminality there.
Doubtless it is not the sort of evidence that would bear pressing in a court of English law, but in a question of balanced probabilities it has I think a decided leaning to one side, and that the side opposed to the conclusions of 'Supernatural Religion.'
In his distinction between the wit of thoughts, of words, and of images, Coleridge asserts that the first belongs eminently to the Italians.
In three or four generations the women of a family in which the practice of suckling has ceased, are altogether unable to give the breast; and the 'bottle' ensues, with its thousand evils and a gradual deterioration of the race.
The unhappy wife recklessly broke the bond which she had as recklessly formed, and which the poet would have honorably and truly respected all his life; and then her passionate regret reacted fatally on herself,--and on him also, by a Nemesis not so very strange or unnatural, as the world goes.
On the 10th, a great battle will be fought, which will begin at four of the clock in the afternoon, and last until nine at night, with great obstinacy, but no very decisive event.
They were seen to pass a cottage called Mosskilt, ten miles farther on, where there was no highway, at the same tremendous speed; and I could never hear that they were any more seen, until the following morning, when Birkendelly's fine bay horse was found lying dead at his own stable door; and shortly after his master was likewise discovered lying, a blackened corpse, on the Birky Brow at the very spot where the mysterious but lovely dame had always appeared to him.
It was not a matter of a moment or an hour, but of days and weeks continually; not the assertion of one imaginative mourner or two, but of a numerous and variously constituted body of people.
About the middle of the eighteenth century the Druid temple legend began to gain ground and many great men gave support to their interpretation; it is not yet an exploded idea.
So long as we remained in France his humour was like this, delicate and expansive, but an accidental allusion led us across the Channel when he changed.
She had come to herself by this time, and the dark lines were melting from her face. "
It must have been her hand that had struck down the old man, yet she had made no effort to release Turan from his prison.
At New Orleans, where I remained several days, I took passage in the brig Arethusa, Captain H. Leslie, for New York.
Contact with any of them would be perilous--with the inhabitants of the cities peculiarly, and of the Canaanitish cities pre-eminently so.
Along with Forbes-Robertson's spiritual interpretation of Shakespeare goes pre-eminently, and doubtless as a contributive part of it, his imaginative revitalization of the great old lines--lines worn like a highway with the passage of the generations.
Interviewer: Miss Irene Robertson Person Interviewed: Maggie Stenhouse, (a mile down the railway track), Brinkley, Arkansas Age: 72?
Typical Elizabethan plays, by contemporaries and immediate successors of Shakespeare. (
To the above I shall add two MEMORABLE RELATIONS RESPECTING THE SPIRITUAL WORLD.
On the other hand, he wore heavy, coarse shoes; his clothes, though well brushed, were visibly threadbare, and his clean white stock was frayed at the edge and almost worn out.