You see he swore in the Senate that he beheld Drusilla mounting heavenwards, and all he got for his good news was that everybody gave him the lie: since when he solemnly swears he will never bear witness again to what he has seen, not even if he had seen a man murdered in open market.
He was away from home when PHILIP was there, and is very anxious to know the young man when he sees him again.
i, 17 Claudius was delighted to find literary men up there, and began to hope there might be some corner for his own historical works.
If you want better service, why send better men, And be better yourselves.
He then held a general parade at which he ordered the troops to march between two flag-poles on pain of instant death, promising to kill with his own hands the first man who refused.
"Chow, what can we do to bring this man out of his sleep!"
His personal strength and activity are such that he can hardly meet a man whom he cannot handle, and his temper and disposition are so good that no one has reason to quarrel with him.
He's now telling the young man writing the mail-wrappers what kind of Cartoons should be got-up for this country.--Hark, again!
There is a young woman in it who loves a man, and there is another woman who also loves him, and another man who loves the first woman, and meddles and mars as though he were a professional philanthropist.
W. worked always very late after dinner, and he felt it was not possible to ask his directors, all important men of a certain age, to come up to the Quartier de l'Etoile at ten o'clock and keep them busy until midnight.
2:15 And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.
Celinda, take her Counsel, Perhaps this is the last opportunity; Nay, and, by Heaven, the last of all my Life, If you refuse me now-- Say, will you never marry Man but me?
Leave enough men aboard to handle her."
The tremendous heat of the country during the summer terribly thinned the ranks of his forces, and he lost over 400 men in eighteen months.
Whilst ascending the height on the Russian side of the river, Sir Colin's horse was twice wounded, the second shot killing it; but he was soon mounted on another horse, leading his men to victory.
But Ambrose sighed and shook his head, saying: "Art thou indeed a man, so soon, my Beltane?"
cried the old man.
Lord Plotwell eventually promises to provide for her, and at Diana's request, now she recognizes her mistake in trying to hold a man who does not love her, Bellmour is forgiven and allowed to wed Celinda as soon as the divorce has been pronounced, whilst Diana herself rewards Friendlove with her hand.
4:1 And Adam knew Eve his wife; and she conceived, and bare Cain, and said, I have gotten a man from the LORD.
7:11 Then Pharaoh also called the wise men and the sorcerers: now the magicians of Egypt, they also did in like manner with their enchantments.
God's Word teaches men to be kind and merciful and generous, but it does not pass over sin or permit it.
In the meantime Connecticut, determined not to be forestalled by either friend or foe, ordered a thousand men to Ticonderoga and commissioned a general called Wooster to command them.
It will take 600 pounds of food to carry three men over the route.
It is covered with dense forests, and inhabited by the same wild things, save the red man alone, that were there thousands of years ago.
Just put it out of your head that it's luck makes a self-made man."
The terrific charge of these fierce Highlanders, combined with their dress, struck terror into the hearts of the Russians; who said that they thought they had come to fight men, but did not bargain for demons in petticoats!
I liked the man, and I felt he could be trusted.
When Cornwallis knew that the Americans had gone to Princeton, he hurried there to help his men.
Bud I want goot men, who will stay, and who will keep the mouth shut."
3:24 So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubims, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life.
I hated the man and his sneer, yet that he should speak to me was something, almost a pleasure.
He therefore set his men to work to build a strong fort.
It may have escaped your memory in the din of other things, that in the time when Oliver Cromwell still walked the earth, there lived in England a man by the name of Kenelm Digby, who was renowned in astrology and alchemy, piracy, wit, philosophy and fashion.
However, I could see readily enough the wisdom of keeping the men at work.
The only way in the world to draw a man on is to be always out to him, or to go away, and never even let him hear your name mentioned.'
By the fire stood a keen-featured, sharp-eyed man of middle height and lithe figure, whose manner and first movements as the door opened showed alertness and energy of character.
But when the order was given the men hung back.
They'll turn a dying man out of his own house, and not by the door, but through a hole in the roof.
COWPER had remarked that he would not number in his list of friends the man who needlessly set foot upon a cow.
answered the little grey man without moving.
"Now," she said, "choose two or three men to speak for you.
He never struck a man but once in real earnest, and that was over in Keeseville, and on that occasion the people said the town clock had struck one.
Even now, while, in my deepest heart, I release Mr. DIBBLE and Mr. PENDRAGON from all suspicion, I cannot entirely rid my mind of the impression that you, Mr. SIMPSON, in an hour when, from undue indulgence in stimulants, you were not wholly yourself, may have been tempted, by the superior fineness of the alpaca, to slay a young man inexpressibly dear to us all."
Did the whole village shoot the young man?
The bystanders were startin' for derricks and jack-screws to raise the fat men off from each other.
I have often heard political men who deplored and condemned the law say that no minister would dare to propose a change.
Among the first things to attract the attention of this old-timer would be the web-perfecting press, capable of producing 25,000 impressions an hour, instead of the old hand press of 240 impressions an hour; the linotype machine, capable of setting 6,000 to 10,000 ems per hour, instead of the old hand compositor producing only 800 to 1,000 ems per hour, and the mailing machine, enabling one man to do the work of five or six under the old method.
My blood was so with envy set on fire, That if I had beheld a man make merry, Thou wouldst have seen me sprinkled o'er with pallor.
and with loud cries of joy the little folk with willing feet followed the splendid-looking, tall man, running all round him.
"Mr. BUMSTEAD," returned the old man, coldly, "I am not talking of an umbrella, but of Mr. EDWIN."