But that Woodman and that Farmer, though they work unceasingly, work silently, and no one heard them as they went about with muffled tread: the rather, forasmuch as
to entertain any suspicion that they were awake, was to be atheistical and traitorous.
it is ordained of God that all flesh hath spirit and thereby taketh on spiritual powers, so, also, the spirit hath powers of the flesh, even when it is gone out of the flesh and liveth as a thing apart, as many a violence performed by wraith and lemure sheweth.
But forasmuch as
she knowed that Simmun, if united to any designing and artful minxes
already it falleth trippingly from my tongue, and forasmuch as
All the which things I reckon and account among business, forasmuch as
they must of necessity be done, and done must they needs be unless a man will be stranger in his own home.
But, forasmuch as
all favourite legends must be associated with the affections, and as many more people fall in love than commit murder--which it may be hoped, howsoever bad we are, will continue until the end of the world to be the dispensation under which we shall live--the Bleeding Heart, Bleeding Heart, bleeding away story, carried the day by a great majority.
And forasmuch as
crouching under the lee of a hauled-up boat on a night when it blew cold and strong, and when the weather was varied with blasts of hail at times, might be wearisome to amateurs, the reporter closed with the recommendation that the two gentlemen should remain, for a while at any rate, in their present quarters, which were weather-tight and warm.
, though your exterior would not command respect, my experience admonishes me that you are a man of education and not accustomed to drinking.
On a certain occasion when the Finches were assembled in force, and when good feeling was being promoted in the usual manner by nobody's agreeing with anybody else, the presiding Finch called the Grove to order, forasmuch as
And forasmuch as
, while thus indifferent to the thought alike of fame or of forgetfulness, I have yet been unable to prevent myself from acquiring some sort of reputation, I have thought it incumbent on me to do my best to save myself at least from being ill-spoken of.
it certainly has engendered a prejudice against Neville.
"It is enough that the time will come when this good woman will find that it WAS much, and that forasmuch as
she did it unto the least of these--This child," he added after a few moments, "could she possibly continue this?"