of the animals or fictitious characters should be marked with an unexceptionable care and attention to their natural attributes, and to the qualities attributed to them by universal popular consent.
Having thus given the reader some idea of the actual state of the fur trade in the interior of our vast continent, and made him acquainted with the wild chivalry of the mountains, we will no longer delay the introduction
of Captain Bonneville and his band into this field of their enterprise, but launch them at once upon the perilous plains of the Far West.
About two years ago, although the use of the ava was prevented, drunkenness from the introduction
of spirits became very prevalent.
Such is the irrational element in the introduction
of Aegeus by Euripides and the badness of Menelaus in the Orestes.
And it ought to be remembered that there is nothing more difficult to take in hand, more perilous to conduct, or more uncertain in its success, then to take the lead in the introduction
of a new order of things.
Concerning the one in question, therefore, I have only to add -- aware that the rules of composition forbid the introduction
of a character not connected with my fable -- that this was the very gentleman whose negligent servant left behind him that collection of washing-bills, resulting from a long visit at Northanger, by which my heroine was involved in one of her most alarming adventures.
Religion was a quality but little cultivated amid the stumps of Temple’s Patent for the first few years of its settlement; but, as most of its inhabitants were from the moral States of Connecticut and Massachusetts, when the wants of nature were satisfied they began seriously to turn their attention to the introduction
of those customs and observances which had been the principal care of their fore fathers.
Now came the introduction
of Kar Komak to Vas Kor, and as Carthoris went through the little ceremony there came to him the only explanation he might make to account for the white skin and auburn hair of the bowman; for he feared that the truth might not be believed and thus suspicion be cast upon them both from the beginning.
It was he who was responsible for the introduction
of the Russian passport system among the miners, and the denial of their right of removal from one part of the country to another.
It was his introduction to the reign of primitive law, and he met the introduction
Miss Woodhouse was so great a personage in Highbury, that the prospect of the introduction
had given as much panic as pleasure; but the humble, grateful little girl went off with highly gratified feelings, delighted with the affability with which Miss Woodhouse had treated her all the evening, and actually shaken hands with her at last!
We want to do him honour--and, besides, it will be more pleasant to have the introductions
over before we go to his FETE at the Castle.