Indeed, two very necessary words were clearly dropped by accident.
I cannot pretend to recount all that he told me, but I gleaned from what he said that he was the genius who presided over the contretemps of mankind, and whose business it was to bring about the odd accidents which are continually astonishing the skeptic.
He agreed with Peter Donnelly that Jackson should have got damages, and he went farther and called the action heartless and cold- blooded that had turned the worker adrift after he had been made helpless by the accident.
When you testified at the trial, you didn't point out that Jackson received his accident through trying to save the machinery from damage?
She now began to bewail herself in very bitter terms, and floods of tears accompanied her lamentations; which the lady, her companion, declared she could not blame, but at the same time dissuaded her from indulging; attempting to moderate the grief of her friend by philosophical observations on the many disappointments to which human life is daily subject, which, she said, was a sufficient consideration to fortify our minds against any accidents
, how sudden or terrible soever.
It was about a week after the accident in Pendleton Woods that Pollyanna said to her aunt one morning:
John Pendleton had met with an accident," said Miss Polly, a little stiffly; "but--I do not care to be sending jelly to John Pendleton, Pollyanna.
I am but poor company altogether, sir," says he, "but I can think of nothing but this dreadful accident, and the trouble it is like to bring upon quite innocent persons.
They're sure to get wind of ye, sure to seek ye, and by my way of it, sure to lay on ye the wyte of this day's accident.
Only I hope you won't shoot yourself by accident
any more," she said, with a questioning smile.
Some fatal accident
has happened to her on those rocks.
This the white-haired man told me was to be my apartment; and the inner door, which "for fear of accidents
," he said, he would lock on the other side, was my limit inward.
He who proposes to make that inquiry which is necessary concerning what government is best, ought first to determine what manner of living is most eligible; for while this remains uncertain it will also be equally uncertain what government is best: for, provided no unexpected accidents
interfere, it is highly probable, that those who enjoy the best government will live the most happily according to their circumstances; he ought, therefore, first to know what manner of life is most desirable for all; and afterwards whether this life is the same to the man and the citizen, or different.
This meant longer hours of travel, and Daylight, for good measure and for a margin against accidents
, hit the trail for twelve hours a day.
The time is now past when accidents
could befall me; and what COULD now fall to my lot which would not already be mine own!