It has often been a matter of regret with me; for, going back, perhaps, to the days of the Protectorate, those papers must have contained many references
to forgotten or remembered men, and to antique customs, which would have affected me with the same pleasure as when I used to pick up Indian arrow-heads in the field near the Old Manse.
Even those, however, which are purely mental will not have that intrinsic reference
to objects which Brentano assigns to them and which constitutes the essence of "consciousness" as ordinarily understood.
The Parable is the designed use of language purposely intended to convey a hidden and secret meaning other than that contained in the words themselves; and which may or may not bear a special reference to the hearer, or reader.
Nevelet, in the preface to the volume which we have described, points out that the Fables of Planudes could not be the work of Aesop, as they contain a reference in two places to "Holy monks," and give a verse from the Epistle of St.
The turn of the expression, however, in her last question, or rather the one chance word, "adventure," lightly as it fell from her lips, recalled my thoughts to my meeting with the woman in white, and urged me to discover the connection which the stranger's own reference to Mrs.
You are such a perfect stranger in the house, that you are puzzled by my familiar references to the worthy inhabitants.
Among the gentry of America; among the well-informed and moderate: in the learned professions; at the bar and on the bench: there is, as there can be, but one opinion, in reference to the vicious character of these infamous journals.
There is but one other head on which I wish to offer a remark; and that has reference to the public health.
The shop--for it had a shop--was, with reference to the first floor, where shops usually are; and there all resemblance between it and any other shop stopped short and ceased.
It was his custom to remark, in reference to any one of these occasions, that his soul had got into his head; and in this novel kind of intoxication many scrapes and mishaps befell him, which he had frequently concealed with no small difficulty from his worthy master.
Tom Gradgrind,' replied Bounderby, knocking the flat of his hand several times with great vehemence on the table, 'I speak of a very special messenger that has come to me, in reference
Alone again, Clennam became a prey to his old doubts in reference
to his mother and Little Dorrit, and revolved the old thoughts and suspicions.
Wilfer, cheerfully, 'money and goods are certainly the best of references
Not unmindful of the risk she ran, however, the Marchioness no sooner left the house than she dived into the first dark by-way that presented itself, and, without any present reference
to the point to which her journey tended, made it her first business to put two good miles of brick and mortar between herself and Bevis Marks.
I cannot here give references
and authorities for my several statements; and I must trust to the reader reposing some confidence in my accuracy.