It is no distance - comparatively speaking; and though consideration is due to the kindness of your proposal, I assure
you that is a mere matter of form.
Oh, I assure
your ladyship it's a very queer start indeed," says Mr.
you the general actually asked me to put you through your paces, and examine you.
you that, after a few months' training, he was an admirable assistant.
The doctor assures
me ma'am, that there is no immediate danger; and I thought it might revive me, after my long night at the bedside, if I took a little walk on the beach.
But Defoe assures
his readers he means to go on writing about the Union until he can see some prospect of calm among the men who are trying to make dispeace.
The consul assures
us, on the authority of the doctor, that she is perfectly gentle and harmless.
Doctor Sarson assures
me that we shall be able to send him on his way very shortly.
There was a fishy flavor to the milk, too, which I could not at all account for, till one morning happening to take a stroll along the beach among some fishermen's boats, I saw Hosea's brindled cow feeding on fish remnants, and marching along the sand with each foot in a cod's decapitated head, looking very slip-shod, I assure
you, Miss Woodhouse, it is very delightful to me, to be reminded of a place I am so extremely partial to as Maple Grove.
He does not draw himself, indeed, but he has great pleasure in seeing the performances of other people, and I assure
you he is by no means deficient in natural taste, though he has not had opportunities of improving it.
Sire," said he, prostrating himself as he spoke, "although I make my appearance so late before your Highness, I can confidently assure
you that none of the wonders you have seen during the day can be compared to this horse, if you will deign to cast your eyes upon him.
Bingley will be very glad to see you; and I will send a few lines by you to assure
him of my hearty consent to his marrying whichever he chooses of the girls; though I must throw in a good word for my little Lizzy.
She was not pleased to see Julia excluded from the play, and sitting by disregarded; but as it was not a matter which really involved her happiness, as Henry must be the best judge of his own, and as he did assure
her, with a most persuasive smile, that neither he nor Julia had ever had a serious thought of each other, she could only renew her former caution as to the elder sister, entreat him not to risk his tranquillity by too much admiration there, and then gladly take her share in anything that brought cheerfulness to the young people in general, and that did so particularly promote the pleasure of the two so dear to her.
In short, I found that she had in the first place actually written to him to request his interference, and that, on receiving her letter, he had conversed with her on the subject of it, in order to understand the particulars, and to assure
himself of her real wishes.