Yes, ma'am, Anthony--Tony Sandford," was the reply--it was uttered in a vulgar nasal tone, that Julia instantly perceived was counterfeited: but Miss Emmerson, with perfect innocency
, proceeded in her inquiries.
Whether the words of Madame were a pleasantry, or uttered in all innocency
, they proved the pitiless immolation of everything that Louis had found charming or poetic in the young girl.
But the eye soon gets wonted to it, for the eye and it are effects of one cause; then its innocency
and benefit appear, and presently, all its energy spent, it pales and dwindles before the revelation of the new hour.
The music, the words are a part of our earliest childhood-of childhood, that in its very innocency
familiarises solemnities with itself; and we again go back, again seem almost contemporary with the wondrous Advent.
In 1656 and 1657, he published refutations of the work of the Bristol Quaker, Thomas Speed, who had replied in print to some letters of remonstrance from Thomas, 'stufft with much wrath, and more confusion', according to Speed in his Christs Innocency
The Exhortation that begins the English rite states that marriage was "instituted of God in the time of man's innocency
blowes at his necke, yet notwythstanding the sayd Ladislaus hauing his hands bound behinde hym, after the thirde stroke, rose vpright vppon hys feete, and looking vp to heauen, called vpon the Lord, and protested his innocency
in that behalf: and so laying downe his necke againe, at the fourth blowe was dispatched' (Actes and Monuments, 721).
The anonymous Forgery Detected and Innocency
Vindicated attempted to dispel misconceptions about Baptists or Anabaptists, describing the exposure of the forgery and concluding with a brief apology for the Anabaptists who had been acquitted.
42) William Smith, A Short Testimony On the behalf of Truths Innocency