Very few letters were written in those hard times that were not touching, especially
those which fathers sent home.
When the half-witted old man left his husking of corn and came into the wood to meet Elmer Cowley, he was neither surprised nor especially
interested in the sudden appearance of the young man.
Professor Bumper announced that he would see to it that the man's family did not want, and this seemed to give general satisfaction, especially
to a brother who was with the party.
It's the head end of it that comes hard with me, especially
when I'm out of practice.
But the beginning of things, of a world especially
, is necessarily vague, tangled, chaotic, and exceedingly disturbing.
Tis the six-and-twentieth edition, promulgated at Boston, Anno Domini 1744; and is entitled, 'The Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs of the Old and New Testaments; faithfully translated into English Metre, for the Use, Edification, and Comfort of the Saints, in Public and Private, especially
in New England'.
Among other good-for-nothing properties and privileges, one was especially
assigned them,--that of exercising an influence over people's dreams.
But it was especially
the aspect of the three chief officers of the ship, the mates, which was most forcibly calculated to allay these colorless misgivings, and induce confidence and cheerfulness in every presentment of the voyage.
Well, it would be nice all the same to have your company a few miles, especially
as it's growing dark," she added.
The meaner sort of people here dress themselves very plain; they only wear drawers, and a thick garment of cotton, that covers the rest of their bodies: the people of quality, especially
those that frequent the court, run into the contrary extreme, and ruin themselves with costly habits.
For man's everyday needs, it would have been quite enough to have the ordinary human consciousness, that is, half or a quarter of the amount which falls to the lot of a cultivated man of our unhappy nineteenth century, especially
one who has the fatal ill-luck to inhabit Petersburg, the most theoretical and intentional town on the whole terrestrial globe.
Those who so bind themselves, and are not rapacious, ought to be honoured and loved; those who do not bind themselves may be dealt with in two ways; they may fail to do this through pusillanimity and a natural want of courage, in which case you ought to make use of them, especially
of those who are of good counsel; and thus, whilst in prosperity you honour them, in adversity you do not have to fear them.