I shall now proceed to delineate dangers of a different and, perhaps, still more alarming kind -- those which will in all probability flow from dissensions
between the States themselves, and from domestic factions and convulsions.
Your quarrels with the parliament, your noisy dissensions
with the princes, who fight for you to-day and to-morrow will fight against you, the popular following directed by the coadjutor, President Blancmesnil, and Councillor Broussel -- all that disorder, in short, which pervades the several departments of the state, must lead you to view with uneasiness the possibility of a foreign war; for in that event England, exalted by the enthusiasm of new ideas, will ally herself with Spain, already seeking that alliance.
between Charles the First and his subjects were then, and for several years afterwards, confined to the floor of Parliament.
Thus two opposite parties were formed; and so fierce were the dissensions
that it was feared the consequence would be civil war and bloodshed.
It is true, none of us understood the questions at issue; but that only made the matter worse; the violence of all dissensions
being very generally in proportion to the ignorance and consequent confidence of the disputants.
But I must not shrink from a professional duty, even if it sows dissensions
So Herodotus recounts that when the people of Cyrene asked the oracle of Delphi to help them in their dissensions
, the oracle told them to go to Mantinea, and the Mantineans lent them Demonax, who acted as a "setter straight" and drew up a new constitution for Cyrene.
the bitterness of their internal controversies and dissensions
The land was convulsed with industrial dissensions
This immense parentage suffered from the throes of internal dissensions
, and he shrank mentally from the fray as a good-natured man may shrink from taking definite sides in a violent family quarrel.
and make dissensions
, not for a annual gold mine, and found in tea and sugar.