Besides, he took with him an interpretor, who was frequently able to express his instructions
more distinctly than he could himself.
Noel Vanstone might have cleared up some of the difficulties in connection with his father's instructions
The reader will bear these instructions
in mind, as events will prove their wisdom and importance, and the disasters which ensued in consequence of the neglect of them.
Lieutenant Harold Percy Smith-Oldwick did not have long to wait before discovering something of Usanga's plan, for almost immediately after the sergeant finished giving his instructions
, a number of warriors approached the Englishman, while three went directly to the girl.
I couldn't go on that way, sir, without instructions
The Diamond and the sealed instructions
went into his banker's strong-room, and the Colonel's letters, periodically reporting him a living man, were received and opened by our family lawyer, Mr.
monsieur," said he, in a low voice, to the officer to whom, for an hour, he had ceased speaking, "what would I give to know the instructions
for the new commander
Highly creditable," he said, and took a note of his instructions
on the spot.
THE TALE, the Parable, and the Fable are all common and popular modes of conveying instruction
However, a malicious rogue of a skipper went to an officer, and pointing to me, told him, "I had not yet trampled on the crucifix;" but the other, who had received instructions
to let me pass, gave the rascal twenty strokes on the shoulders with a bamboo; after which I was no more troubled with such questions.
To proceed: ceteris paribus, be who pleases is of more importance to his fellow-men than he who instructs, since utility is happiness, and pleasure is the end already obtained which instruction
is merely the means of obtaining.
She did not pester their young brains with too much learning, but, on the contrary, let them have their own way in regard to educating themselves; for what instruction
is more effectual than self-instruction
There are two periods into which education ought to be divided, according to the age of the child; the one is from his being seven years of age to the time of puberty; the other from thence till he is one-and-twenty: for those who divide ages by the number seven [1337a] are in general wrong: it is much better to follow the division of nature; for every art and every instruction
is intended to complete what nature has left defective: we must first consider if any regulation whatsoever is requisite for children; in the next place, if it is advantageous to make it a common care, or that every one should act therein as he pleases, which is the general practice in most cities; in the third place, what it ought to be.
I came in for my own pleasure and instruction
," she said, "and was so struck by the wisdom of the speakers that I could not help making a few notes.
The very decided manner with which he spoke, and strove to impress his wife with the evil consequences of giving me instruction
, served to convince me that he was deeply sensible of the truths he was uttering.