And then pressing her to take another piece of fruit cake and another helping of preserves.
She said we could have fruit cake and cherry preserves for tea.
The Same Subject Continued (The Insufficiency of the Present Confederation to Preserve
the Union) For the Independent Journal.
If this remark be just, it becomes useful to inquire whether so many JUST causes of war are likely to be given by UNITED AMERICA as by DISUNITED America; for if it should turn out that United America will probably give the fewest, then it will follow that in this respect the Union tends most to preserve
the people in a state of peace with other nations.
If so, may God preserve
you, for you will assuredly be ruined when the time comes for repayment
the right of thy place; but stir not questions of jurisdiction; and rather assume thy right, in silence and de facto, than voice it with claims, and challenges.
Helene was faced by a new problem- how to preserve
her intimacy with both without offending either.
Massacres are to be sternly forbidden as heretofore; but any citizen or subject of either country disobeying the injunction is to detach the scalps of all persons massacred and deposit them with a local officer designated to receive and preserve
them and sworn to keep and render a true account thereof.
8 the living tortoise is prescribed as a charm to preserve
vineyards from hail.
At still greater depths, the temperature of the mud and water would probably not be low enough to preserve
the flesh; and hence, carcasses drifted beyond the shallow parts near an Arctic coast, would have only their skeletons preserved: now in the extreme northern parts of Siberia bones are infinitely numerous, so that even islets are said to be almost composed of them;  and those islets lie no less than ten degrees of latitude north of the place where Pallas found the frozen rhinoceros.
And yet, as there is no conduct so fair and disinterested but that it may be misunderstood by ignorance, and misrepresented by malice, I have been sometimes tempted to preserve
my own reputation at the expense of my reader, and to transcribe the original, or at least to quote chapter and verse, whenever I have made use either of the thought or expression of another.
Dunster had spoken all the time like a man struggling to preserve