Cherishing his young college graduate's vague new enthusiasm for a better world, he had little sympathy with much that Delafield opinion acclaimed as progress.
But neither to the one nor the other of these is this satire any way intended: it is aimed only at the refractory and disobedient on either side.
I admit, that if I allude to I am advised that already I am aware that I am distinctly maintaining I am expecting to hear next I am going to suggest I am in sympathy with I am justified in regarding I am led to make one remark I am mainly concerned with I am myself of opinion that I am naturally led on to speak of I am no friend to I am not arguing the I am not ashamed to acknowledge I am not complaining of I am not denying that I am not disposed to deny I am not going to attempt to I am not here to defend the I am not insensible of I am not justifying the I am not speaking of exceptions.
thought Frank, who longed to pour out his heart to her on a thousand very different matters: but he was content; it was enough for him that she could tell him all, and confide in him; a truer sign of affection than any selfish love-making; and he asked, and answered, with such tenderness and thoughtfulness for poor Lucia, with such a deep comprehension of Elsley's character, pitying while he blamed, that he won his reward at last.
Our Fenelon, claimed in brotherhood by Christians of every denomination, was born nearly eighty years after that time, at the chateau of Fenelon in Perigord, on the 6th of August, 1651.
After that, and with far more heartiness, he declaimed a few things that he had learned since; and still the clatter and rumble sounded from below.
But suppose they had been a little overseen, should divine Plato be defamed?
We knew of the unfading lustre that was shed upon the American arms by that campaign, and we know, also, what your modesty has always disclaimed, that no small share of the glory of those achievements was due to your valor and your military genius.
Low brow trick," he exclaimed loftily, but he felt quite the reverse of lofty. "
Then there is frail Wilhelmina Musgrave--that famed beauty whose two-hundred-year-old story all Lichfield knows, and no genealogist has ever cared to detail--eternally weaving flowers about her shepherd hat.
she flamed up.
In reviewing the scenes through which it has been attained we can rejoice in the proofs given that our political institutions, founded in human rights and framed for their preservation, are equal to the severest trials of war, as well as adapted to the ordinary periods of repose.
While at their sides their pensive lovers wait, 450 Direct their dubious course; now chilled with fear Solicitous, and now with love inflamed.
And of a sudden upon this silence, rose a voice high-pitched and quavering: "O ye that have eyes, have pity--show mercy on one that is maimed and helpless, and creepeth ever in the dark."
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A plan of confederation was in consequence proposed and taken into consideration by Congress even at the moment when the other great act which severed them from Great Britain and declared their independence was proclaimed to the world.
"If the grown up slaves, from confirmed habits of vice, are hard to be reclaimed, the children surely are in our power, and may be trained up in the way they should go, with rational hopes that when they are old, they will not depart from it.--We ought, therefore, to take charge of their education principally upon ourselves, and not leave them entirely to the care of their wicked parents.--If the present generation be bad, we may hope by this means that the succeeding ones will be much better.
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And shamed life a hateful.
Tameable, susceptive of taming; Untameable, not to be tamed.
"Stay here," cried the utterly fearless, unashamed girl to the unspeakably astounded coachman of the mother of the minor Canon who had the felicity of being Amelia Harringport's sister's young man, and she strode up the pathway that wound, tree-shaded, along the front of the gently sloping cliff.
And there was finally, at the hospital in Plassans, a dissecting room to which he was almost the only visitor; a large, bright, quiet room, in which for more than twenty years every unclaimed body had passed under his scalpel.
Footnote 176: 'Unnamed as yet:' the prince was christened but not named when this poem was published.