She does not depend upon
his coming so much as I do: but she does not know the parties so well as I do.
To say that deficiencies may be provided for by requisitions upon the States, is on the one hand to acknowledge that this system cannot be depended upon, and on the other hand to depend upon
it for every thing beyond a certain limit.
Some poor, broken-down horses, whose mouths have been made hard and insensible by just such drivers as these, may, perhaps, find some support in it; but for a horse who can depend upon
his own legs, and who has a tender mouth and is easily guided, it is not only tormenting, but it is stupid.
The general tuckermanities are arrant Bubbles - ephemeral and so transparent - But this is, now, - you may depend upon
it - Stable, opaque, immortal - all by dint Of the dear names that lie concealed within 't.
Goad on your bullocks, and never more pray to me for help, until you have done your best to help yourself, or depend upon
it you will henceforth pray in vain."
This again either does not happen, or, if it does, it will not be for your security, because that deliverance is of no avail which does not depend upon
yourself; those only are reliable, certain, and durable that depend on yourself and your valour.
They depend upon
local causes - the configuration of coasts, the shapes of straits, the accidents of bold promontories round which they play their little part.
Collins," I am particularly obliged to you for this friendly caution, and you may depend upon
my not taking so material a step without her ladyship's concurrence."
You have no doubt of the mutual attachment of your brother and your friend; depend upon
it, therefore, that real jealousy never can exist between them; depend upon
it that no disagreement between them can be of any duration.
If Mr Haredale wins, depend upon
it, it'll be a deep one; or if he loses, it will perhaps be deeper still, for he'll never give in unless he's beaten down.
for it does not depend upon
the walls; for I can suppose Peloponnesus itself surrounded with a wall, as Babylon was, and every other place, which rather encircles many nations than one city, and that they say was taken three days when some of the inhabitants knew nothing of it: but we shall find a proper time to determine this question; for the extent of a city, how large it should be, and whether it should consist of more than one people, these are particulars that the politician should by no means be unacquainted with.
AS the travellers were now in a dangerous neighborhood, where the report of a rifle might bring the savages upon them, they had to depend upon
their old beaver-trap for subsistence.