Grant, hearing the latter part of this speech, enforced it warmly, persuaded that no judgment could be equal to her brother's; and as Miss Bertram caught at the idea likewise, and gave it her full support, declaring that, in her opinion, it was infinitely better to consult
with friends and disinterested advisers, than immediately to throw the business into the hands of a professional man, Mr.
HOLMES:--I am very anxious to consult
you as to whether I should or should not accept a situation which has been offered to me as governess.
his watch, and says (like Guy Fawkes), he'll now go down to the House of Commons and see how things look.
Her object in accompanying her husband to London was to see a certain celebrated physician, and to consult
him privately on a very delicate and anxious matter connected with the state of her health.
These unhappy people were proposing schemes for persuading monarchs to choose favourites upon the score of their wisdom, capacity, and virtue; of teaching ministers to consult
the public good; of rewarding merit, great abilities, eminent services; of instructing princes to know their true interest, by placing it on the same foundation with that of their people; of choosing for employments persons qualified to exercise them, with many other wild, impossible chimeras, that never entered before into the heart of man to conceive; and confirmed in me the old observation, "that there is nothing so extravagant and irrational, which some philosophers have not maintained for truth.
After listening attentively to the whole adventure, the Fairy asked for time to consult