The great are deceived if they imagine they have appropriated
ambition and vanity to themselves.
In the kingdom of Great Britain, where all the ostentatious apparatus of monarchy is to be provided for, not above a fifteenth part of the annual income of the nation is appropriated to the class of expenses last mentioned; the other fourteen fifteenths are absorbed in the payment of the interest of debts contracted for carrying on the wars in which that country has been engaged, and in the maintenance of fleets and armies.
If any fund could have been selected and appropriated, equal to and not greater than the object, it would have been inadequate to the discharge of the existing debts of the particular States, and would have left them dependent on the Union for a provision for this purpose.
Having determined thus far, it remains that we consider whether all these different employments shall be open to all; for it is possible to continue the same persons always husbandmen, artificers, judges, or counsellors; or shall we appoint different persons to each of those employments which we have already mentioned; or shall some of them be appropriated
to particulars, and others of course common to all?
Cedric, though surprised, and perhaps not altogether agreeably so, at his ward appearing in public on this occasion, hastened to meet her, and to conduct her, with respectful ceremony, to the elevated seat at his own right hand, appropriated
to the lady of the mansion.
Next day was appropriated
to the first class; on my arrival, I found the directress seated, as usual, in a chair between the two estrades, and before her was standing Mdlle.
The title of this fine anthology indicates a collection that would most likely have been written for harpsichord, with some pieces appropriated
even in the 18th century for the early pianos.
"(c) There are authorized to be appropriated
such sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this section through fiscal year 2002.
Over half of the money appropriated
by this "agriculture" bill is ear-marked for so-called mandatory spending on nutrition programs, including $28 billion for food stamps and $16 billion for school lunch and other nutrition programs.
In an astonishingly short time, the world appropriated
their research, and newer designs made their Flyer totally obsolete.
But the money still needs to be appropriated
, and expeditiously, too, if states are going to be able to accomplish their work in time for the 2004 and 2006 elections.
$3,545,000,000 with an additional $31,000,000 appropriated
by Title VI, Emergency Supplemental Appropriation, Military Assistance, for a total of $3,576,000,000 as FMFP grant assistance for FY2001.