I am glad you think so, Copperfield,' rejoined Traddles, 'because, without any imputation on the Reverend
Horace, I do think parents, and brothers, and so forth, are sometimes rather selfish in such cases.
As their horses' hoofs died away, Gurth said to his companion, ``If they follow thy wise direction, the reverend
fathers will hardly reach Rotherwood this night.
sir," cried Caderousse, clasping his hands, and drawing nearer to Monte Cristo, "I may indeed say you are my deliverer
Jo, very doubtful of his reverend
friend's intentions and not at all clear but that something practical and painful is going to be done to him, mutters, "You let me alone.
The coach drove up, and the reverend
gentleman (after waiting characteristically for the woman's ladder) mounted to his place on the roof, behind the coachman.
What do you think of the Reverend
Miles Mirabel now?
They were happy to say that the reverend
gentleman had been moved by the Spirit to accept the call, and on the ensuing Sabbath would break the bread of life for the brethren or break his neck in the attempt.
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Professor Henslow has published a list of the plants collected by me at the Keeling Islands; and the Reverend
They still continued to live at the vicarage, the lady dividing her time between her father, her husband, and their poor parishioners, - and subsequently her rising family; and now that the Reverend
Michael Millward has been gathered to his fathers, full of years and honours, the Reverend
Richard Wilson has succeeded him to the vicarage of Linden-hope, greatly to the satisfaction of its inhabitants, who had so long tried and fully proved his merits, and those of his excellent and well-loved partner.
She had correspondences with clerical gentlemen in most of our East and West India possessions; and was secretly attached to the Reverend
Silas Hornblower, who was tattooed in the South Sea Islands.
Kindly consider," he began, "cases of that kind are, as you are aware, under ecclesiastical jurisdiction; the reverend
fathers are fond of going into the minutest details in cases of that kind," he said with a smile, which betrayed his sympathy with the reverend
Septimus Crisparkle (Septimus, because six little brother Crisparkles before him went out, one by one, as they were born, like six weak little rushlights, as they were lighted), having broken the thin morning ice near Cloisterham Weir with his amiable head, much to the invigoration of his frame, was now assisting his circulation by boxing at a looking-glass with great science and prowess.
Some of the Reverend
Frank Milvey's brethren had found themselves exceedingly uncomfortable in their minds, because they were required to bury the dead too hopefully.
I rayther think he is,' said the imperturbable Sam; 'and I hope this here reverend
gen'l'm'n 'll excuse me saying that I wish I was THE Weller as owns you, mother-in-law.