When I think of this first evening, I can not separate the secret confided
to us by MM.
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.
The power confided
to me will be used to hold, occupy, and possess the property and places belonging to the government, and to collect the duties and imposts; but beyond what may be necessary for these objects, there will be no invasion, no using of force against or among the people anywhere.
They told me they trusted and confided
their honour and good name to my virtue and rectitude alone, and bade me consider the disparity between Don Fernando and myself, from which I might conclude that his intentions, whatever he might say to the contrary, had for their aim his own pleasure rather than my advantage; and if I were at all desirous of opposing an obstacle to his unreasonable suit, they were ready, they said, to marry me at once to anyone I preferred, either among the leading people of our own town, or of any of those in the neighbourhood; for with their wealth and my good name, a match might be looked for in any quarter.
The more effectually to nourish discord and disorder the Romans had, to the astonishment of those who confided
in their sincerity, already proclaimed universal liberty throughout Greece.
The powers requisite for attaining it must be effectually confided
to the federal councils.
Before crossing the bridge which led to Zembin, he confided
the fate of his own rear-guard now left in Studzianka to Eble, the savior of all those who survived the calamities of the Beresina.
Every one knew these details because the chevalier exacted the utmost secrecy from the persons to whom he first confided
He had confided
his anxiety to Fix who--the sly rascal
But I have confided
my case to a strangely able man,-- a man who had known Moreau, and seemed half to credit my story; a mental specialist,--and he has helped me mightily, though I do not expect that the terror of that island will ever altogether leave me.
One of her conditions was that she should come and see me twice a week; for, as I had the honor to tell you, my wife loves me dearly--my wife, then, came and confided
to me that the queen at that very moment entertained great fears.
I believe that the Spirit of God led my steps to thee and that he also enables me to quit thee in triumph; the secret cause of my presence within thy walls I have confided
alone to him who only has had the power to read my heart.
Because they have but fulfilled the mission confided
to them by Queen Henrietta and we have betrayed that confided
to us by Mazarin; because, going hence as emissaries to Cromwell, we became partisans of King Charles; because, instead of helping cut off the royal head condemned by those fellows called Mazarin, Cromwell, Joyce, Bridge, Fairfax, etc.
This momentous undertaking he confided
to his lieutenant, Mr.
She staid but half an hour and neither in the Course of her Visit, confided
to me any of her secret thoughts, nor requested me to confide in her, any of Mine.