This said unanimous, and other Rites Observing none, but adoration pure Which God likes best, into thir inmost bower Handed they went; and eas'd the putting off These troublesom disguises which wee wear, Strait side by side were laid, nor turnd I weene ADAM from his fair Spouse, nor EVE the Rites Mysterious of connubial Love refus'd: Whatever Hypocrites austerely talk Of puritie and place and innocence
, Defaming as impure what God declares Pure, and commands to som, leaves free to all.
He mixed with boys in the Gardens; ah, mothers, it is hard to say, but how could he retain his innocence
when he had mixed with boys?
When the Tin Woodman sat down no one applauded him, for his arguments had not been very convincing and few believed that he had proved Eureka's innocence
Am I right in supposing that you don't despair of proving his innocence
, even yet'?
In the melancholy experience of humanity to which his profession condemned him, he had seen conscious guilt assume the face of innocence, and helpless innocence admit the disguise of guilt: the keenest observation, in either case, failing completely to detect the truth.
I am not fit to be a member of your household, I am not worthy to live with the honest people who serve you, while my innocence is in doubt.
The one feeling that it roused in me now was a longing to see my husband--to throw myself into his arms, and tell him how firmly I believed in his innocence, how truly and dearly I loved him.
He denies that it is possible for you or for anybody to believe in his innocence," the Major replied.
On the contrary, I declare, that to recommend goodness and innocence hath been my sincere endeavour in this history.
For this purpose I have shown that no acquisitions of guilt can compensate the loss of that solid inward comfort of mind, which is the sure companion of innocence and virtue; nor can in the least balance the evil of that horror and anxiety which, in their room, guilt introduces into our bosoms.
The whole Sorbonne, disgraced by this act of the examining magistrate, asserted its belief in the innocence
of Mademoiselle Stangerson's fiance.
Darya Alexandrovna was firmly convinced of Anna's innocence
, and she felt herself growing pale and her lips quivering with anger at this frigid, unfeeling man, who was so calmly intending to ruin her innocent friend.
It was to be decided whether the result of my curiosity and lawless devices would cause the death of two of my fellow beings: one a smiling babe full of innocence
and joy, the other far more dreadfully murdered, with every aggravation of infamy that could make the murder memorable in horror.
Feeling bound, after what had passed in my presence that afternoon, to assert the innocence
of my admirable friend, whenever I found it called in question--I own to having also felt bound to include in the accomplishment of this righteous purpose, a stinging castigation in the case of Mr.
will come out, mother, and I shall be brought back again; I feel confidence in that.