For a very long period after the witchcraft delusion, however, the Maules had continued to inhabit the town where their progenitor had suffered so unjust
Tom went aboard one of the big transient boats that night with his heavy satchel of miscellaneous plunder, and slept the sleep of the unjust
, which is serener and sounder than the other kind, as we know by the hanging-eve history of a million rascals.
I had known, from the time when I could speak, that my sister, in her capricious and violent coercion, was unjust
Nothing is more absurd and unjust
than those crude labels of national character which label one country virtuous and another vicious, one musical and another literary.
To suffer, as to doe, Our strength is equal, nor the Law unjust
That so ordains: this was at first resolv'd, If we were wise, against so great a foe Contending, and so doubtful what might fall.
To match an English and a Scottish author in the rival task of embodying and reviving the traditions of their respective countries, would be, you alleged, in the highest degree unequal and unjust
Had she then been unjust
to Jane, or inconsiderate to Agatha?
replied Sindbad, "do not imagine that I am so unjust
as to blame you.
Whether any one who has been subjected by the laws of his country to an unjust
judgment is right in attempting to escape, is a thesis about which casuists might disagree.
Besides other impediments, it may be remarked that, where there is a consciousness of unjust
or dishonorable purposes, communication is always checked by distrust in proportion to the number whose concurrence is necessary.
I will not admit that word," returned the young man; "it is at once cruel and unjust
It would be an unjust
and ungrateful thing to say that a barometer is a stupid contrivance.
It is such things as these That knit a state together, when a Prince So nobly born and of such fair address, Forgetting unjust
Fortune's differences, Comes to an honest burgher's honest home As a most honest friend.
And one of the doctors of Italy, Nicholas Machiavel, had the confidence to put in writing, almost in plain terms, That the Christian faith, had given up good men, in prey to those that are tyrannical and unjust
To begin perfect happiness at the respective ages of twenty-six and eighteen is to do pretty well; and professing myself moreover convinced that the general's unjust
interference, so far from being really injurious to their felicity, was perhaps rather conducive to it, by improving their knowledge of each other, and adding strength to their attachment, I leave it to be settled, by whomsoever it may concern, whether the tendency of this work be altogether to recommend parental tyranny, or reward filial disobedience.