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At length some of his favourites whom he most confided in, knowing his cruelty and our inability to pay what he demanded, and apprehending that, if he should put us to the death he threatened, they should soon see the fleets of Portugal in the Red Sea, laying their towns in ashes to revenge it, endeavoured to soften his passion and preserve our lives, offering to advance the sum we should agree for, without any other security than our words.
We concur fully," reply others, "in the objection to this part of the plan, but we can never agree that a reference of impeachments to the judiciary authority would be an amendment of the error.
Then," said the New President, "I shall have to lock you up until you do agree.
Let Dorothy transform the King into a goose-egg unless he agrees to go into the palace and bring out to us the ornament which is our friend Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman.
I agree in thinking that there is such a class, I replied.
I wish, he said, that you would hear me as well as him, and then I shall see whether you and I agree.
However, to drop the article of religion, I think it is plain, from what you have said, that we have different ideas of honour; or why do we not agree in the same terms of its explanation?
I agree," answered Thwackum, with great warmth, "with a man who asserts honour to be antecedent to religion
I like you fine; we'll agree fine yet; and for the honour of the house I couldnae let you leave the way ye came.
It's more just I should be helped by my own blood than strangers; and if we don't agree, I'll do my best it shall be through no fault of mine.
But, my dear Podsnap,' quoth Veneering, 'there IS a tried friend of our family who, I think and hope you will agree with me, Podsnap, is the friend on whom this agreeable duty almost naturally devolves.
We agree to keep our own secret, and to work together in furtherance of our own schemes.