Had it been altered, the only supposable motive for murder on the part of the suspected would have been the ordinary one of revenge; and even this would have been counteracted
by the hope of reinstation into the good graces of the uncle.
I have been informed since, by various eminent medical gentlemen, that the alcohol must have entirely counteracted
the effects of the chalybeate properties contained in the water.
I felt this to be true; though if I may venture to mention what I thought besides, I thought it much to be regretted that Richard's education had not counteracted
those influences or directed his character.
At the present instant that one frail sheet of glass, by holding in the extra oxygen which counteracted
the poisoned ether, shut us off from the fate of all our kind.
When her waking will counteracted
the influence of her sleeping will, the writing disappeared.
Whatever my intentions were, I have been innocuous, for you have dogged my strides and counteracted
This dividing and detaching is steadily counteracted