Very properly, therefore, have the convention added this constitutional bulwark in favor of
personal security and private rights; and I am much deceived if they have not, in so doing, as faithfully consulted the genuine sentiments as the undoubted interests of their constituents.
Or,--and, surely, anything so undeniably just could not be beyond the limits of reasonable anticipation,--the great claim to the heritage of Waldo County might finally be decided in favor of
the Pyncheons; so that, instead of keeping a cent-shop, Hepzibah would build a palace, and look down from its highest tower on hill, dale, forest, field, and town, as her own share of the ancestral territory.
I have thought it proper to quote at length these interesting passages, because they contain a luminous abridgment of the principal arguments in favor of
the Union, and must effectually remove the false impressions which a misapplication of other parts of the work was calculated to make.
One solitary town, Tampa Town, was able to put in a claim in favor of
Madame de Bellegarde fixed her eyes on the floor, and Newman thought it probable she was weighing the reasons in favor of
resenting the brutality of this remark.