Suddenly it occurred to him that Andrew Hale, who was a kind-hearted man, might be induced to reconsider
his refusal and advance a small sum on the lumber if he were told that Zeena's ill-health made it necessary to hire a servant.
I called,' said Master Bean, shelving the trivial subject of the prospective vigil, 'in the hope that I might persuade you, sir, to reconsider
your decision in regard to my dismissal.
They took the central one away in 1852, on the occasion of thanksgivings for the reinstitution of the presidential power--but precious soon they had occasion to reconsider
that motion and put it back again
He did not miss a single word he uttered, and would afterwards, with Dessalles or by himself, recall and reconsider
the meaning of everything Pierre had said.
I will give you until tomorrow," he said, "to reconsider
your answer to my offer.
However, as I cast my mind back over the events of the morning, and as I reconsider
the fatuous conduct of my companions, I find it easy to believe that some poison of an exciting kind was responsible for their symptoms.
You-all'd better reconsider
and go in with me on it.
In mercy to Me, I implore you to reconsider
In the present case, his dearest interests were concerned in inducing Isabel to reconsider
She took the offended wife's hand; she appealed to the lawyer to reconsider
that side of his theory which reflected harshly on Ferrari.
If he succeeded in this attempt, the jury might reconsider
their conclusion that the wife was a person who had exasperated her husband beyond endurance.
Under such circumstances I have never succeeded in getting the railroad to reconsider