Then no intemperance
or madness should be allowed to approach true love?
To clear up which, I endeavoured to give some ideas of the desire of power and riches; of the terrible effects of lust, intemperance
, malice, and envy.
Spots appeared on his nose, the redness of which was evidently due to intemperance
, and his mouth twitched nervously.
When one reflects on the effect of intemperance
on the aborigines of the two Americas, I think it will be acknowledged that every well-wisher of Tahiti owes no common debt of gratitude to the missionaries.
Miss Dearborn gave her every sort of subject that she had ever been given herself: Cloud Pictures; Abraham Lincoln; Nature; Philanthropy; Slavery; Intemperance
; Joy and Duty; Solitude; but with none of them did Rebecca seem to grapple satisfactorily.
Few parts of the Constitution have been assailed with more intemperance
than this; yet on a fair investigation of it, no part can appear more completely invulnerable.