as well as that which is revealed; in short
, let him substitute humility for pride of reason—let him have faith, and live
He had been calling on Miss Rome at the theatre; he had met Captain Cutler there; they had been joined for a short
time by the accused, who had then returned to his own dressing-room; they had then been joined by a Roman Catholic priest, who asked for the deceased lady and said his name was Brown.
It is well," exclaimed the young man, "that you chanced to come hither, for here you will find the means of obtaining service in short
The education of Sheeta progressed so well that in a short
time Mugambi ceased to be the object of his hungry attention, and the black felt a degree more of safety in his society.
Her escape seemed to them little short
of miraculous, and it was the consensus of opinion that it could have been achieved by no other man than Tarzan of the Apes.
She arrayed her short
, clumsy figure in colors that were far too bright for a woman of her ages.
From the higher sides of the cog the bowmen could shoot straight down, at a range which was so short
as to enable a cloth-yard shaft to pierce through mail-coats or to transfix a shield, though it were an inch thick of toughened wood.
At the upper end of the room, were a couple of boys, one of them very tall and the other very short
, both dressed as sailors--or at least as theatrical sailors, with belts, buckles, pigtails, and pistols complete--fighting what is called in play-bills a terrific combat, with two of those short
broad-swords with basket hilts which are commonly used at our minor theatres.
The runt is a bird of great size, with long, massive beak and large feet; some of the sub-breeds of runts have very long necks, others very long wings and tails, others singularly short
It is much to be desired that students should have at hand for consultation some good short
history of England, such as that of S.
Here are dressing and ogling, falsehood, envy, malice, scandal; in short
, everything which is common to the most splendid assembly, or politest circle.
When a hillock came he changed his action, and at one time with the heel, and at another with the tip of his scythe, clipped the hillock round both sides with short
, we were married, and very happily married on my side, I assure you, as to the man; for he was the best-humoured man that every woman had, but his circumstances were not so good as I imagined, as, on the other hand, he had not bettered himself by marrying so much as he expected.
Two hundred and fifty more were lying, badly wounded, in the hospitals; of whom seventy or eighty died within a short
IS A VERY SHORT
ONE, AND MAY APPEAR OF NO GREAT IMPORTANCE IN ITS PLACE, BUT IT SHOULD BE READ NOTWITHSTANDING, AS A SEQUEL TO THE LAST, AND A KEY TO ONE THAT WILL FOLLOW WHEN ITS TIME ARRIVES