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By excluding men under thirty-five from the first office, and those under thirty from the second, it confines the electors to men of whom the people have had time to form a judgment, and with respect to whom they will not be liable to be deceived by those brilliant appearances of genius and patriotism, which, like transient meteors, sometimes mislead as well as dazzle.
In their eagerness to mislead them they betrayed themselves into danger, and got into a region infested with the Blackfeet.
I have no need to observe that I do not wilfully or negligently mislead my readers and that before I wrote that description I took pains to investigate the subject.
I only warn you that Moody's eagerness to be of service to you may mislead him.
If it is fallible," he replied, "there is the greater reason that I explain it, lest it mislead.
Now does that hypothesis really mislead Frederic Larsan?