When I came into the world--I don't know how you feel, miss; I protest against being brought into the world
without asking my leave first--my mother was determined to dedicate me to piety, before I was out of my long clothes.
my very blood chills at the mention of its name; the place where so many of my comrades had been locked up, and from whence they went to the fatal tree; the place where my mother suffered so deeply, where I was brought into the world
, and from whence I expected no redemption but by an infamous death: to conclude, the place that had so long expected me, and which with so much art and success I had so long avoided.
I was brought into the world
to be dropped down upon, it appears to me.'
It would certainly occur to any reflecting man who travels the world as I have done, what a blessing it is to be brought into the world
where the name of God and a Redeemer is known, adored, and worshipped; and not where the people, given up to strong delusions, worship the devil, and prostrate themselves to monsters, elements, horrid- shaped animals, and monstrous images.
He shuddered and looked about him at the poor unconscious companions of his journey, unkempt and travel-stained, now doubled in unlovely attitudes, who had come to stand to him for the ugliness he had brought into the world
Dozens of babies were brought into the world
in the building from the 1940s onwards.
At the launch in Dublin's Merrion Square a spokesman said it hopes more babies will be brought into the world
hearing Irish from their parents.