In the highest class, I replied,--among those goods which he who would be happy desires both for their own sake and for the sake of their results
One might, indeed, rest sufficiently satisfied with what, it is evident, must be, in general, the results
of such a relation, with- out seeking farther to find whether they have fol- lowed in every instance.
On the conclusion of the Nottingham engagement (the results
of which more than equaled the results
at Derby), I proposed taking the entertainment next -- now we had got it into our own hands -- to Newark.
Like 'Sartor Resartus' it has much subjective coloring, which here results
in exaggeration of characters and situations, and much fantasy and grotesqueness of expression; but as a dramatic and pictorial vilification of a great historic movement it was and remains unique, and on the whole no history is more brilliantly enlightening and profoundly instructive.
The statement of this curious fact--intended merely to assist me in identifying the person of whom we were in search--when coupled with the additional information that Anne Catherick had escaped from a mad-house, started the first immense conception in my mind, which subsequently led to such amazing results
He was conscious of being still asleep, and of acting rather in obedience to some unseen and unknown command than in accordance with any reasonable plan, to be followed by results
which he understood.
His first questions led to no very encouraging results
Never was there a creative fever such as mine from which the patient escaped fatal results
Other conditions being equal, if one force is hurled against another ten times its size, the result
will be the flight of the former.
Most people, if you describe a train of events to them, will tell you what the result
One wheel slowly moved, another was set in motion, and a third, and wheels began to revolve faster and faster, levers and cogwheels to work, chimes to play, figures to pop out, and the hands to advance with regular motion as a result
of all that activity.
For as the sea-fight at Salamis and the battle with the Carthaginians in Sicily took place at the same time, but did not tend to any one result
, so in the sequence of events, one thing sometimes follows another, and yet no single result
is thereby produced.