Wakefield sifts his ideas, however, as minutely
as he may, and finds himself curious to know the progress of matters at home--how his exemplary wife will endure her widowhood of a week; and, briefly, how the little sphere of creatures and circumstances, in which he was a central object, will be affected by his removal.
Grandfather, I cannot see any of the gilding," remarked Charley, who had been examining the chair very minutely
The unusual sight of a train of wagons caused quite a sensation among these savages; who thronged about the caravan, examining everything minutely
, and asking a thousand questions: exhibiting a degree of excitability, and a lively curiosity totally opposite to that apathy with which their race is so often reproached.
We are dazzled, to speak popularly, and cannot distinguish minutely
This consisted in having the right hand and the left foot most elaborately tattooed; whilst the rest of the body was wholly free from the operation of the art, with the exception of the minutely
dotted lips and slight marks on the shoulders, to which I have previously referred as comprising the sole tattooing exhibited by Fayaway, in common with other young girls of her age.
For some minutes he continued to scrutinize the drawing minutely
where he sat.
Getting upon the sacking of the bedstead, I looked over the head-board minutely
at the second casement.
We shall not follow him minutely
in his journey; which lay at times over steep and rocky hills, and among crags and precipices; at other times over vast naked and sunburnt plains, abounding with rattlesnakes, in traversing which, both men and horses suffered intolerably from heat and thirst.
Every day, then, for the following three weeks, the minutely
respectable figure of M.
The inhabitants visited it so universally, that after a few days of exhibition there was hardly an old man or a child who had not become minutely
familiar with its aspect.
He looked eagerly -- but maintained that he saw nothing- although I designated minutely
the course of the creature, as it made its way down the naked face of the hill.
You must not question me, however, my dear sister, too minutely
on this point," continued she, taking me affectionately by the hand; "I honestly own that there is something to conceal.
There are about thirty cases on record, of which the most famous, that of the Countess Cornelia de Baudi Cesenate, was minutely
investigated and described by Giuseppe Bianchini, a prebendary of Verona, otherwise distinguished in letters, who published an account of it at Verona in 1731, which he afterwards republished at Rome.
Thorpe herself, of her past adventures and sufferings, which might otherwise be expected to occupy the three or four following chapters; in which the worthlessness of lords and attornies might be set forth, and conversations, which had passed twenty years before, be minutely
There ought also to be temples erected at proper places, both to the gods and the heroes; but it is unnecessary to dwell longer and most minutely
on these particulars--for it is by no means difficult to plan these things, it is rather so to carry them into execution; for the theory is the child of our wishes, but the practical part must depend upon fortune; for which reason we shall decline saying anything farther upon these subjects.