The idea of wanting gratitude and consideration
for Miss Woodhouse, whom she really loved extremely, made her wretched for a while, and when the violence of grief was comforted away, still remained powerful enough to prompt to what was right and support her in it very tolerably.
As these considerations
occurred to her in painful succession, she wept for him, more than for herself.
Admit, for so is the fact, that this plan is only RECOMMENDED, not imposed, yet let it be remembered that it is neither recommended to BLIND approbation, nor to BLIND reprobation; but to that sedate and candid consideration
which the magnitude and importance of the subject demand, and which it certainly ought to receive.
I submit to you, my fellow-citizens, these considerations
, in full confidence that the good sense which has so often marked your decisions will allow them their due weight and effect; and that you will never suffer difficulties, however formidable in appearance, or however fashionable the error on which they may be founded, to drive you into the gloomy and perilous scene into which the advocates for disunion would conduct you.
we were determined to represent to her in their proper light and doubted not of meeting with the desired success from one naturally so well disposed; whose errors in the affair had only arisen from a want of proper confidence in her own opinion, and a suitable contempt of her father's.
The maintenance of this in safety throughout the coming year, was, therefore, their grand consideration
The sole consideration
in this unhappy case is Sir Leicester.
In such considerations
time passed away, and it was certainly in his favour that Eleanor should be so glad to see him, and have so much to say, for half an hour was almost gone since his arrival, and Eleanor did not come up.
Charondas did nothing new, except in actions for perjury, which he was the first person who took into particular consideration
Yes--on terms of the utmost advantage to my son; arranged with every possible consideration
I have always thought love the only foundation of happiness in a married state, as it can only produce that high and tender friendship which should always be the cement of this union; and, in my opinion, all those marriages which are contracted from other motives are greatly criminal; they are a profanation of a most holy ceremony, and generally end in disquiet and misery: for surely we may call it a profanation to convert this most sacred institution into a wicked sacrifice to lust or avarice: and what better can be said of those matches to which men are induced merely by the consideration
of a beautiful person, or a great fortune?
Altogether, Anna, on turning, after the departure of her guests, to the consideration
of her attire, was very much annoyed.
The hardened shameless depravity of the whole composition, from beginning to end--the atrocious perversity of mind which persistently associated me with a calamity for which I was in no sense answerable, and with a death which I had risked my life in trying to avert--so disgusted me, that I was on the point of tearing the letter, when a consideration
suggested itself which warned me to wait a little before I destroyed it.
Why,' responded Lowten, after a little consideration
, 'if it was in anybody else's case, Perker wouldn't be best pleased at my going up to his house; but as it's Mr.
To multiply examples of the agency of personal considerations
in the production of great national events, either foreign or domestic, according to their direction, would be an unnecessary waste of time.