Another likewise bends his mind onthe same words, and by Beginning understands the commencement ofthings created; In the beginning He made, as if it were said, He atfirst made.
I will here concisely state the commencement of the American constitutions; by which the difference between constitutions and governments will sufficiently appear.
It proved the commencement of delirium: Mr. Kenneth, as soon as he saw her, pronounced her dangerously ill; she had a fever.
Nor did the young fellow himself, when told what his mission was to be, expect much pleasure or benefit from it; but he was consoled by the thought that possibly the old lady would give him some handsome remembrance of her, which would pay a few of his most pressing bills at the commencement of the ensuing Oxford term, and so took his place by the coach from Southampton, and was safely landed at Brighton on the same evening with his portmanteau, his favourite bull-dog Towzer, and an immense basket of farm and garden produce, from the dear Rectory folks to the dear Miss Crawley.
When these islands are found at the commencement of the line under the first finger or Mount of Jupiter (3, Plate IV.),
Laurie graduates then, and you'd enjoy commencement as something new."
Cut off the commencement of the first paragraph which connects it with the preceding chapters, and it would form a brief but admirable treatise by itself on the art of government.
Totski ended his tale with the same dignity that had characterized its commencement.