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Such perfidious Treachery in the merciless perpetrators of the Deed will shock your gentle nature Dearest Marianne as much as it then affected the Delicate sensibility of Edward, Sophia, your Laura, and of Augustus himself.
Now, it being Christmas when the ship shot from out her harbor, for a space we had biting Polar weather, though all the time running away from it to the southward; and by every degree and minute of latitude which we sailed, gradually leaving that merciless winter, and all its intolerable weather behind us.
A very little affects the speed of an iron ship which is not driven on by a merciless propeller.
He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.
But Barbicane, who was a better judge, always answered him with merciless logic.
He knew that for this, for the very fact that his heart was torn with grief, they would be merciless to him.
It was a wistfulness bred of hunger, as cruel as its own fangs, as merciless as the frost itself.
Inspired by the splendor of his own act, he took without an outcry the most merciless flaying that even Mr.
"I don't want to act the constable," said the farrier, driven into a corner by this merciless reasoning; "and there's no man can say it of me, if he'd tell the truth.
It was a hard winter's night four years ago, lovely and merciless; and towards midnight I walked home from a theatre to my rooms in St.
Her cold, cruel nature helped, and she did not shrink to subject this ignorant savage to the merciless fire-lash of her scorn.
By the time the depleted regiment had again reached the first open space they were receiving a fast and merciless fire.