He gathers courage to pause and look homeward, but is perplexed with a sense of change about the familiar edifice, such as affects
us all, when, after a separation of months or years, we again see some hill or lake, or work of art, with which we were friends of old.
If, in walking up the schoolroom, I pass near her, she puts out her foot that it may touch mine; if I do not happen to observe the manoeuvre, and my boot comes in contact with her brodequin, she affects
to fall into convulsions of suppressed laughter; if I notice the snare and avoid it, she expresses her mortification in sullen muttering, where I hear myself abused in bad French, pronounced with an intolerable Low German accent.
The king, who owed me a reward, might have rewarded me as a soldier, without contriving that history of the ransom, which affects
you, my lord.
Yet she really affects
my peace of mind; she is always running in my head.
In England, for example, no mere parade of costly appurtenances would be so likely as with us, to create an impression of the beautiful in respect to the appurtenances themselves - or of taste as regards the proprietor: - this for the reason, first, that wealth is not, in England, the loftiest object of ambition as constituting a nobility; and secondly, that there, the true nobility of blood, confining itself within the strict limits of legitimate taste, rather avoids than affects
that mere costliness in which a parvenu rivalry may at any time be successfully attempted.
Not that it affects
you, though, I'm sure," said Mr.
It is also necessary to abstain from all kinds of insolence; more particularly from corporal punishment; which you must be most cautious never to exercise over those who have a delicate sense of honour; for, as those who love money are touched to the quick when anything affects
their property, so are men of honour and principle when they receive any disgrace: therefore, either never employ personal punishment, or, if you do, let it be only in the manner in which a father would correct his son, and not with contempt; and, upon the whole, make amends for any seeming disgrace by bestowing greater honours.
SUCH is the good and true City or State, and the good and man is of the same pattern; and if this is right every other is wrong; and the evil is one which affects
not only the ordering of the State, but also the regulation of the individual soul, and is exhibited in four forms.
And yet I must admit that this thing that has happened does not affect
me as it should.
Because, under the national government, treaties and articles of treaties, as well as the laws of nations, will always be expounded in one sense and executed in the same manner, -- whereas, adjudications on the same points and questions, in thirteen States, or in three or four confederacies, will not always accord or be consistent; and that, as well from the variety of independent courts and judges appointed by different and independent governments, as from the different local laws and interests which may affect
and influence them.
There are five dangerous faults which may affect
On the other hand, if this influenza,--influence does happen to affect
you, why, I think it will be an experience.
The fear and restraint which brooded amongst the denizens of the air began to affect
For there be, that in their nature do not affect
the good of others.
This rending and injection would, if repeated often enough (and we know that earthquakes repeatedly affect
the same areas in the same manner), form a chain of hills; -- and the linear island of S.