As you will agree
, there was no time to be lost if the Martha was to be got off.
I am afraid the air of this place doesn't agree with you," he said.
I have had my health since the day I was born--and I don't like to be told, in my old age, that a new place doesn't agree with me.
Really," said the Scarecrow, "they DON'T seem to agree
with you, although I wonder why.
At length some of his favourites whom he most confided in, knowing his cruelty and our inability to pay what he demanded, and apprehending that, if he should put us to the death he threatened, they should soon see the fleets of Portugal in the Red Sea, laying their towns in ashes to revenge it, endeavoured to soften his passion and preserve our lives, offering to advance the sum we should agree
for, without any other security than our words.
We concur fully," reply others, "in the objection to this part of the plan, but we can never agree
that a reference of impeachments to the judiciary authority would be an amendment of the error.
Both the propositions are unjust; for if we agree
with what the few propose we erect a tyranny: for if it should happen that an individual should have more than the rest who are rich, according to oligarchical justice, this man alone has a right to the supreme power; but if superiority of numbers is to prevail, injustice will then be done by confiscating the property of the rich, who are few, as we have already said.
They say they don't agree
to leave Bogucharovo as you ordered.
do you agree
to that way of meeting the difficulty?
Your Excellency, we are unable to agree
upon a Favourite Son to represent us in your Cabinet.
Blythe thought it was his duty to tell Leslie that there was a chance for Dick," said Anne with spirit, "and," she added, loyalty to Gilbert getting the better of her, "I agree
in thinking that there is such a class, I replied.
However, to drop the article of religion, I think it is plain, from what you have said, that we have different ideas of honour; or why do we not agree
in the same terms of its explanation?
I like you fine; we'll agree
fine yet; and for the honour of the house I couldnae let you leave the way ye came.
But, my dear Podsnap,' quoth Veneering, 'there IS a tried friend of our family who, I think and hope you will agree
with me, Podsnap, is the friend on whom this agreeable duty almost naturally devolves.