Peggotty and the Yarmouth boatmen having put off in a gale of wind with an anchor and cable to the "Nelson" Indiaman in distress; and you shall go there another day, and find them deep in the evidence, pro and con, respecting a clergyman who has misbehaved himself; and you shall find the judge in the nautical case, the advocate in the clergyman's case, or contrariwise
But, unluckily for her ladyship, its effect had been exactly contrariwise
, certain Laodiceans, and lukewarm persons, think they may accommodate points of religion, by middle way, and taking part of both, and witty reconcilements; as if they would make an arbitrament between God and man.
These are the revolutions and seditions that arise in oligarchies, and the causes to which they are owing: and indeed both democracies and oligarchies sometimes alter, not into governments of a contrary form, but into those of the same government; as, for instance, from having the supreme power in the law to vest it in the ruling party, or the contrariwise
She had not yielded for an instant to the enervating charm of the tropics, but contrariwise
was more active, more worldly, more decided than anyone in a temperate clime would have thought it possible to be.
Methinks thou art right," quoth Robin, "and, contrariwise
, that when we kiss a pleasure that appeareth gay it turneth foul to us; is it not so, Little John?
Again, David will not unbend when in the company of babies, expecting them unreasonably to rise to his level, but contrariwise
Porthos, though terrible to tramps, suffers all things of babies, even to an exploration of his mouth in an attempt to discover what his tongue is like at the other end.
You see he held his handkerchief in front, so that the Carpenter couldn't count how many he took: contrariwise
His experience on the lock gave him such an acute perception of the enormous difficulty of 'tying up' money with any approach to tightness, and contrariwise
of the remarkable ease with which it got loose, that through a series of years he regularly propounded this knotty point to every new insolvent agent and other professional gentleman who passed in and out.
, the adult pupils were taught to read (if they could learn) out of the New Testament; and by dint of stumbling over the syllables and keeping their bewildered eyes on the particular syllables coming round to their turn, were as absolutely ignorant of the sublime history, as if they had never seen or heard of it.
, many remained aloof from the struggle, perhaps believing that Cuba could never have a genuine transformation, who threw themselves into it once they saw it happening.
, if something is no longer a matter of international concern, but was a matter of international interest in the eighteenth century, the President could make a treaty on that now marginalized and long disregarded topic.