The Same Subject Continued (Concerning Dangers From Foreign Force and Influence) For the Independent Journal.
At present I mean only to consider it as it respects security for the preservation of peace and tranquillity, as well as against dangers from FOREIGN ARMS AND INFLUENCE, as from dangers of the LIKE KIND arising from domestic causes.
We were often in danger
of being taken, and particularly when we touched at Dabal, where a cruiser blocked up one of the channels through which ships usually sail; but our vessel requiring no great depth of water, and the sea running high, we went through the little channel, and fortunately escaped the cruiser.
Then I am really in danger
," declared his Majesty, positively, "and it will be wise for me to consider a means to escape.
These armies being, in the first case, rarely, if at all, called into activity for interior defense, the people are in no danger
of being broken to military subordination.
The fact is that we had absolutely incompatible dispositions and habits of thought and action, and our danger
and isolation only accentuated the incompatibility.
Their apprehensions were aggravated by some of Lisa's followers, who, not being engaged in the expedition, took a mischievous pleasure in exaggerating its dangers
He was fearless, not because he had grown used to being under fire (one cannot grow used to danger
), but because he had learned how to manage his thoughts when in danger
The prescription is no sooner made known, however, than a number of persons interpose, and, without denying the reality or danger
of the disorder, assure the patient that the prescription will be poison to his constitution, and forbid him, under pain of certain death, to make use of it.
It was now drawing toward evening; but they could not think of encamping for the night, in a place so full of danger
So long as a single pass up or down the mountain was unexplored, there was hope: but when retreat seemed to be absolutely impracticable, the horror of their situation broke upon Elizabeth as powerfully as if she had hitherto considered the danger
Both managed to follow his example, to the wonderment of the footmen, who saw the three who had just escaped a terrible danger
walking together gaily, as, under the guiding pressure of Sir Nathaniel's hand, they turned to re-enter the house.
For removing discontentments, or at least the danger
of them; there is in every state (as we know) two portions of subjects; the noblesse and the commonalty.
I have only reached this happy state after having for years suffered every possible kind of toil and danger
The Mice thought that the cause of their frequent defeats was that they had no leaders set apart from the general army to command them, and that they were exposed to dangers
from lack of discipline.