I am not used to taking from men a tithe
of what I've already taken from you.
There are too many special fields for any one man, in a whole lifetime, to master a tithe
She was only seventy tons, and she had no right to carry a tithe
of the mob she had on board.
I did not study a tithe
as much as I had studied in the past.
Of course, it should be added, the English language has vastly expanded since his time, and Johnson's first edition contained only a tithe
of the 400,000 words recorded in the latest edition of Webster (1910).
Prayers and calling-over seemed twice as short as usual, and before they could get construes of a tithe
of the hard passages marked in the margin of their books, they were all seated round, and the Doctor was standing in the middle, talking in whispers to the master.
for ye pay tithe
of mint and anise and cummin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy, and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.
The Doge himself and one of the Ten stood below; I could hear their voices and sufficient of their talk to know that this was the Secret Treasury of the Republic, full of the gifts of Doges and reserves of booty called the Tithe
of Venice from the spoils of military expeditions.
For the apprehension and conviction of the murderer, we offer a reward of one tithe
of the property--a reward of Ten Thousand Pound.
love me; if you had a tithe
of the feeling for me that I have for you, it would be impossible to you to think for a moment of sacrificing me.
One of the men had ten children; and he said that last year when a priest came and of his ten pigs took the fattest one for tithes
, the wife burst out upon him, and offered him a child and said:
As for Colonel Brandon, she was not only ready to worship him as a saint, but was moreover truly anxious that he should be treated as one in all worldly concerns; anxious that his tithes
should be raised to the utmost; and scarcely resolved to avail herself, at Delaford, as far as she possibly could, of his servants, his carriage, his cows, and his poultry.
Not that it was one of those barren parishes lying on the outskirts of civilization--inhabited by meagre sheep and thinly-scattered shepherds: on the contrary, it lay in the rich central plain of what we are pleased to call Merry England, and held farms which, speaking from a spiritual point of view, paid highly-desirable tithes
In the first place, he must make such an agreement for tithes
as a may be beneficial to himself and not offensive to his patron.
I take my tithes
from fat priests and lordly squires, to help those that they despoil and to raise up those that they bow down; but I know not that thou hast tenants of thine own whom thou hast wronged in any way.