So they emancipate
themselves, break the yoke of the architect, and take themselves off, each one in its own direction.
Yes, but they are a minority; and, if we should begin to emancipate
to any extent, we should soon hear from you.
The British workmen showed their sense of my efforts to emancipate
them by accusing me of making a good thing out of the Association for my own pocket, and by mobbing and stoning me twice.
There was no use in trying to emancipate
a wife who had not the dimmest notion that she was not free; and he had long since discovered that May's only use of the liberty she supposed herself to possess would be to lay it on the altar of her wifely adoration.
It vindicates no right, it aspires to no real good, it brands no crime, it proposes no generous policy; it does not build, nor write, nor cherish the arts, nor foster religion, nor establish schools, nor encourage science, nor emancipate
the slave, nor befriend the poor, or the Indian, or the immigrant.