In other physical matters I was quite satisfied that there is no need for anxiety, but as there must be a cause somewhere, I have come to the conclusion
that it must be something mental.
When they prove to you that in reality one drop of your own fat must be dearer to you than a hundred thousand of your fellow-creatures, and that this conclusion
is the final solution of all so-called virtues and duties and all such prejudices and fancies, then you have just to accept it, there is no help for it, for twice two is a law of mathematics.
I am going into Yorkshire with Sir James and Lady Chettam; and the conclusions
I come to about some land which I am to see there may affect my power of contributing to the Hospital.
Admitting all this, I draw a totally different conclusion
from the conclusion
at which you have arrived.
Playmore (arriving at Gleninch, as usual, every evening on the conclusion
of his labors in the law) was consulted as to the handwriting.
And yet, in conclusion
, I can well say that I wish my forefathers had banished John Barleycorn before my time.
With those introductory words, he briefly reverted to the earlier occurrences of the day, and then added, by way of commentary, a statement of the conclusions
which events had suggested to his own mind.
After five years' work I allowed myself to speculate on the subject, and drew up some short notes; these I enlarged in 1844 into a sketch of the conclusions
, which then seemed to me probable: from that period to the present day I have steadily pursued the same object.
All the marvelous conclusions
they have reached about the distances, weights, movements, and deflections of the heavenly bodies are only founded on the apparent motions of the heavenly bodies about a stationary earth, on that very motion I see before me now, which has been so for millions of men during long ages, and was and will be always alike, and can always be trusted.
He then went into the matter of the smear on the paint, and stated the conclusions
he drew from it--just as he had stated them
It will lead him, in the most logical progression, to what, in the eyes of artists, would be a most illogical conclusion
My knowledge of com- parative physiology is confined to a book or two, but it seems to me that Carver's suggestions as to the reason of the rapid death of the Martians is so probable as to be regarded almost as a proven conclusion
, in mercenaries dastardy is most dangerous; in auxiliaries, valour.
For an hour or two I was even staggered in my resolution of marrying him, and though this was too idle and nonsensical an idea to remain long on my mind, I do not feel very eager for the conclusion
of my marriage, nor look forward with much impatience to the time when Reginald, according to our agreement, is to be in town.
Caswall came to the conclusion
that there had been some sort of dual action of his mind, which might lead to some catastrophe or some discovery of his secret plans; so he resolved to forgo for a while the pleasure of making discoveries regarding the chest.