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Of course, all crimes are not crimes against property, though such are the crimes that the English law, valuing what a man has more than what a man is, punishes with the harshest and most horrible severity, if we except the crime of murder, and regard death as worse than penal servitude, a point on which our criminals, I believe, disagree.
Now for your second point; when you assert that in trying to set the house in order for the benefit of the young generation I am wasting my higher capabilities, I totally disagree with you.
he is as bad as the wrong physic--nasty to take, and sure to disagree.
I regret, Sir Wingrave, that I must disagree with you," Mr.
He writes with a very noisy quill pen which seems to be screeching scorn at all who disagree with him.
In settling the preliminaries of the arbitration they had, however, the misfortune to disagree, and appealed to arms.
But I disagree with you," the Bishop interposed, his pale, ascetic face betraying by a faint glow the intensity of his feelings.
The whole story is full of miraculous elements, and the various authorities disagree on numerous points of detail.
And this sort of universal saving power of true opinion in conformity with law about real and false dangers I call and maintain to be courage, unless you disagree.
The thing was absurd: the air of the town would be certain to disagree with him, and with me as a nurse; the late hours and London habits would not suit me under such circumstances; and altogether he assured me that it would be excessively troublesome, injurious, and unsafe.
To which she answered, with much sweetness, `You will pardon me, good Mr Allworthy; I am sure you cannot in earnest think me capable of deciding any point in which two such gentlemen disagree.
Hamel, if we should disagree, it is I who am the preordained victor.