And when the judicial department is not in the hands of the supreme power, the demagogues, favouring
the people in their causes, overturn the government; which happened at Heraclea in Pontus: and also when some desire to contract the power of the oligarchy into fewer hands; for those who endeavour to support an equality are obliged to apply to the people for assistance.
He now let go the sail, with the result that he was drifted toward the far shore, where are black shadows he knew not the dangers of, but suspected them, and so once more hoisted his night-gown and went roomer of the shadows until he caught a favouring
wind, which bore him westward, but at so great a speed that he was like to be broke against the bridge.
With this favouring
bit of breeze she has sail on already, and she'll make Guvutu by daylight.
White Fang liked to lie at his feet on the wide porch when he read the newspaper, from time to time favouring
White Fang with a look or a word--untroublesome tokens that he recognised White Fang's presence and existence.
The attendants were not slow to echo the sigh, and Miss Knag was apparently on the eve of favouring
them with some further moral reflections, when the voice of Madame Mantalini, conveyed through the speaking-tube, ordered Miss Nickleby upstairs to assist in the arrangement of the show-room; a distinction which caused Miss Knag to toss her head so much, and bite her lips so hard, that her powers of conversation were, for the time, annihilated.
That climate acts in main part indirectly by favouring
other species, we may clearly see in the prodigious number of plants in our gardens which can perfectly well endure our climate, but which never become naturalised, for they cannot compete with our native plants, nor resist destruction by our native animals.
In the evening, the wind being not quite fair, as usual we immediately moored, and the next day, as it blew rather freshly, though with a favouring
current, the master was much too indolent to think of starting.