at threeandtwenty to be the king of his companythe great man the practised politician, who is to read every body's character, and make every body's talents conduce
to the display of his own superiority; to be dispensing his flatteries around, that he may make all appear like fools compared with himself
I would here willingly have proceeded to exhibit the whole chain of truths which I deduced from these primary but as with a view to this it would have been necessary now to treat of many questions in dispute among the earned, with whom I do not wish to be embroiled, I believe that it will be better for me to refrain from this exposition, and only mention in general what these truths are, that the more judicious may be able to determine whether a more special account of them would conduce
to the public advantage.
But it is not in this aspect of the subject alone that Union will be seen to conduce
to the purpose of revenue.
It is well worthy of consideration therefore, whether it would conduce
more to the interest of the people of America that they should, to all general purposes, be one nation, under one federal government, or that they should divide themselves into separate confederacies, and give to the head of each the same kind of powers which they are advised to place in one national government.
If he could have made any use of me, he would have taken me with him; he leaves me in Paris, as our separation will conduce
to his benefit; -- therefore he has gone, and I am free forever," added Madame Danglars, in the same supplicating tone.
I was but a speck among a myriad of other things produced by the hand of the Creator, and all to conduce
to his own wise ends and unequaled glory.
A lace-mender may make a good wife as well as a lady; but of course you have taken care to ascertain thoroughly that since she has not education, fortune or station, she is well furnished with such natural qualities as you think most likely to conduce
to your happiness.
At this very moment he is wild to see you, and occupied only in contriving the means for doing so, and for making his pleasure conduce
What in the world had he been thinking of when he fancied the duchess could help him, and that it would conduce
to his comfort to make her think ill of the Bellegardes?
They both have vehement wishes; they frame themselves readily into imaginations and suggestions; and they come easily into the eye, especially upon the present of the objects; which are the points that conduce
to fascination, if any such thing there be.
lively hope that it will conduce
to the happiness, the
He has also been very desirous to establish such rules as will conduce
to perfect the internal policy of his state, and he ought also to have done the same with respect to its neighbours and all foreign nations; for the considerations of the military establishment should take place in planning every government, that it may not be unprovided in case of a war, of which he has said nothing; so also with respect to property, it ought not only to be adapted to the exigencies of the state, but also to such dangers as may arise from without.