The four and six-penny manual, mostly in his lithographed handwriting, that was never vulgarly advertized, may perhaps some day be taken up by a syndicate and pushed upon the public as The Times pushed the Encyclopaedia Britannica; but until then it will certainly not prevail against
Until the very last morning after Washington's troops had shown themselves on Nook's Hill, these unfortunate persons could not believe that the audacious rebels, as they called the Americans, would ever prevail against
King George's army.
Lord, Thou art able to save both great and small; Thou art God, and man cannot prevail against
The following are the principles to be observed by an invading force: The further you penetrate into a country, the greater will be the solidarity of your troops, and thus the defenders will not prevail against
It told also of the people of the Zulu, and it spoke of a place of a Little Hand where they should conquer, and of a place where a White Hand should prevail against
them, and how they shall melt away beneath the shadow of the White Hand and be forgotten, passing to a land where things do not die, but live on forever, the Good with the Good, the Evil with the Evil.
Are there any enchantments that can prevail against
If a white man comes to my gates I will send him back; if a hundred come I will push them back; if armies come, I will make war on them with all my strength, and they shall not prevail against
She has chosen him of such a quality that her enemies cannot prevail against
We fought against them for many years, but our arrows and spears could not prevail against
the sticks which spit fire and lead and death to many times the distance that our mightiest warrior could place an arrow.
Could it be that the devil-god was to prevail against
No, MINDS -- the capablest in the world; a force against which mere animal might may no more hope to prevail than may the idle waves of the sea hope to prevail against
the granite barriers of England.
The wonder is that there was not enough folly in the household to prevail against
your good sense.