If this remark be just, it becomes useful to inquire whether so many JUST causes of war are likely to be given by UNITED AMERICA as by DISUNITED America; for if it should turn out that United America will probably give the fewest
, then it will follow that in this respect the Union tends most to preserve the people in a state of peace with other nations.
Look when the world hath fewest
barbarous peoples, but such as commonly will not marry or generate, except they know means to live
I chose one out of all the possible directions because in it there were fewest
After all, it is best to be honest, and if it is not best, it is at least easiest; it involves the fewest
embarrassing consequences; and if I confess the spell that the Revenge of Joseph Noirel cast upon me for a time, perhaps I shall be able to whisper the reader behind my hand that I have never yet read the "AEneid" of Virgil; the "Georgics," yes; but the "AEneid," no.
I beg your pardon, Miss Emily; I was considering how to put what I have to say in the fewest
and plainest words.
I never presumed to speak, except in answer to a question; and then I did it with inward regret, because it was a loss of so much time for improving myself; but I was infinitely delighted with the station of an humble auditor in such conversations, where nothing passed but what was useful, expressed in the fewest
and most significant words; where, as I have already said, the greatest decency was observed, without the least degree of ceremony; where no person spoke without being pleased himself, and pleasing his companions; where there was no interruption, tediousness, heat, or difference of sentiments.
night - and I will explain the matter in the fewest
You shall have both in the plainest and fewest
Before he leaves the room, silent Peter goes to the window, and asks in fewest
possible words if he shall draw the curtains.
You are going to be married; you state to whom, you add that I am the lady's guardian; you give the name and address of my lawyer in Edinburgh; you write your instructions plainly in the fewest
words, and leave details to your legal adviser; you refer the lawyers to each other; you request that the draft settlements be prepared as speedily as possible, and you give your address at this house.
Mercy laughed bitterly, and sat down to write in the fewest
words all that was needed from her--a plain statement of the facts.
The evening of life is described by Plato in the most expressive manner, yet with the fewest