She then modestly reminded the Grand Master, that she ought to be permitted some opportunity of free communication with her friends, for the purpose of making her condition known to them, and procuring, if possible, some champion to fight in her behalf
And this is the reason why my three accusers, Meletus and Anytus and Lycon, have set upon me; Meletus, who has a quarrel with me on behalf
of the poets; Anytus, on behalf
of the craftsmen and politicians; Lycon, on behalf
of the rhetoricians: and as I said at the beginning, I cannot expect to get rid of such a mass of calumny all in a moment.
For the people had learned that Broussel and Blancmesnil had made speeches in their behalf
, and, although the eloquence of these deputies had been without avail, it had none the less won for them the people's good-will.
And then my heart is drawn out towards them, and I feel their lot as if it was my own, and I take comfort in spreading it before the Lord and resting in His love, on their behalf
as well as my own.
Although I had made up my mind to play, I felt averse to doing so on behalf
of some one else.
I have come to speak on behalf
of the Vicomte de Bragelonne.
Caswall came so soon after I arrived, that he, or someone on his behalf
, must have been watching for me.
And on whose behalf
," he said, "do you wish to do this?
The defendant has not been heard, nor has he had an opportunity to call others in his behalf
Prince Vasili kept the promise he had given to Princess Drubetskaya who had spoken to him on behalf
of her only son Boris on the evening of Anna Pavlovna's soiree.
All appeals on behalf
of charity he steadily ignored.
Speaker, I have heard with profound attention and entire approval the explanation of the honourable member, and wish to offer a few remarks on my own behalf
The first arrival was only Lady Lundie's solicitor--invited to attend the proceedings on her ladyship's behalf
Then, as the cause is decided, I demand on behalf
of justice that the estimation in which she is held by gods and men and which we acknowledge to be her due should now be restored to her by us; since she has been shown to confer reality, and not to deceive those who truly possess her, let what has been taken from her be given back, that so she may win that palm of appearance which is hers also, and which she gives to her own.
And when he did return, all he told me about her was, that she had been greatly exhausted and worn by her unremitting exertions in behalf
of that man who had been the scourge of her life, and had dragged her with him nearly to the portals of the grave, and was still much shaken and depressed by his melancholy end and the circumstances attendant upon it; but no word in reference to me; no intimation that my name had ever passed her lips, or even been spoken in her presence.