For the last seventy years the most noted event in the Pyncheon annals had been likewise
the heaviest calamity that ever befell the race; no less than the violent death--for so it was adjudged--of one member of the family by the criminal act of another.
Surveyor Pue, about fourscore years ago; and likewise, in a newspaper of recent times, an account of the digging up of his remains in the little graveyard of St.
It had been her habit, from an almost immemorial date, to go about the country as a kind of voluntary nurse, and doing whatever miscellaneous good she might; taking upon herself, likewise, to give advice in all matters, especially those of the heart, by which means -- as a person of such propensities inevitably must -- she gained from many people the reverence due to an angel, but, I should imagine, was looked upon by others as an intruder and a nuisance.
Whence it happens, that if the blood be withdrawn from any part, the heat is likewise
withdrawn by the same means; and although the heart were as-hot as glowing iron, it would not be capable of warming the feet and hands as at present, unless it continually sent thither new blood.
Adam has spoken," said she hurriedly; "his sentiments are likewise
In the cabin, likewise
, sat the Lady Arbella in her chair, with a gentle and sweet expression on her face, but looking too pale and feeble to endure the hardships of the wilderness.
All this while the people were throwing up their hats and shouting, with enthusiasm so contagious that the heart of Ernest kindled up, and he likewise
threw up his hat, and shouted, as loudly as the loudest,
Walker, one of his subleaders, who had gone with a band of twenty hunters to range the country just beyond the Horse Prairie, had likewise
his share of adventures with the all-pervading Blackfeet.
I was aware, in part, of a family secret--namely, that, last year, the Frenchman had bailed the General out of debt, and given him 30,000 roubles wherewith to pay his Treasury dues on retiring from the service.
For it doth upbraid unto them their own fortunes, and pointeth at them, and cometh oftener into their remembrance, and incurreth likewise
more into the note of others; and envy ever redoubleth from speech and fame.
And he, who resolutely declined to die of overwork, saw to it that she should likewise
escape so dire a risk.
Shortly afterwards the Bat again fell to the ground and was caught by another Weasel, whom he likewise
entreated not to eat him.
And it will, I believe, be universally found to be true, that wherever in two regions, let them be ever so distant, many closely allied or representative species occur, there will likewise
be found some identical species, showing, in accordance with the foregoing view, that at some former period there has been intercommunication or migration between the two regions.
Now, whereas the females of this country, especially those of the lower order, do associate themselves much more than those of other nations, our polity would be highly deficient, if they had not some place set apart likewise
for the indulgence of their curiosity, seeing they are in this no way inferior to the other half of the species.
Mrs Tapkins likewise
discovers her omission, and with promptitude repairs it; for herself; for Miss Tapkins, for Miss Frederica Tapkins, for Miss Antonina Tapkins, for Miss Malvina Tapkins, and for Miss Euphemia Tapkins.