I have been in Palestine, Sir Clerk,'' said the knight, stopping short of a sudden, ``and I bethink
me it is a custom there that every host who entertains a guest shall assure him of the wholesomeness of his food, by partaking of it along with him.
But now I bethink
me, thou didst also seem minded to make a jest of the rain that threatened last night; so--"
Rodney completely, and he began to bethink
him of all the passages in his paper which deserved to be called "suggestive.
At length Will, seeming to bethink
himself, took up his hat, yet stood some moments irresolute.
Bethink ye how sad a thing it would be that the blood of the Redeemer should be spilled to no purpose.
Besides, bethink you of His own words--that those who live by the sword shall perish by the sword.
Verily, many of them once lifted their legs like the dancer; to them winked the laughter of my wisdom:--then did they bethink