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Nor are these instances confined to the State of Ohio.
The name Menschikoff, for instance, has nothing in it to my ears more human than a whisker, and it may belong to a rat.
DOUGLASS states that in neither of these instances was any thing done by way of legal arrest or judicial investigation.
If one could ascertain what the chief of themthe Coles, for instance.
A very different sort of mind was hers from that, for instance, of the sisters of St.
Hundreds of girls take fancies for disguising themselves; and hundreds of instances of it are related year after year in the public journals.
On the contrary, a large majority of the boys (especially the smaller ones) were visited with similar instances of notice, as Mr.
In one or two instances, there was a difficulty respecting the raising of fees, and then Mr.
Thou art keen-witted, Jewess,'' replied the Templar, well aware of the truth of what she spoke, and that the rules of his Order condemned in the most positive manner, and under high penalties, such intrigues as he now prosecuted, and that, in some instances, even degradation had followed upon it ``thou art sharp-witted,'' he said; ``but loud must be thy voice of complaint, if it is heard beyond the iron walls of this castle; within these, murmurs, laments, appeals to justice, and screams for help, die alike silent away.
Let him endow a school for the poor, like Eton or Christ's Hospital, and the rich will take it for their own children as they do in the two instances I have named.
Unluckily, in spite of my having proved the truth of the dervish's words in so many instances, I was firmly convinced that he was now keeping concealed from me some hidden and precious virtue of the ointment.
More than forty instances of this imitative habit were shown at the trial, and he was severely scored by the judge, who accused him of "deliberately falsifying the facts.