But, as respects
the majority of my corps of veterans, there will be no wrong done if I characterize them generally as a set of wearisome old souls, who had gathered nothing worth preservation from their varied experience of life.
She has also extensive commerce with Portugal, Spain, and Britain, and, with respect
to the two latter, has, in addition, the circumstance of neighborhood to attend to.
If the law allows an opulent citizen but a single vote in the choice of his representative, the respect
and consequence which he derives from his fortunate situation very frequently guide the votes of others to the objects of his choice; and through this imperceptible channel the rights of property are conveyed into the public representation.
to Aramis, though having the air of having nothing secret about him, he was a young fellow made up of mysteries, answering little to questions put to him about others, and having learned from him the report which prevailed concerning the success of the Musketeer with a princess, wished to gain a little insight into the amorous adventures of his interlocutor.
Nay, were your friend Lady Catherine to know me, I am persuaded she would find me in every respect
ill qualified for the situation.
I think there can be no man here who has not a respect
, and some of you, I am sure, have a very high regard, for my friend Adam Bede.
The Christian reader, if he have had no accounts of the city later than Bunyan's time, will be surprised to hear that almost every street has its church, and that the reverend clergy are nowhere held in higher respect
than at Vanity Fair.
With what respect
and what confidence the latter received all his decisions
It is hard to be so treated by one of your majesty's officers, and that without redress, on account of the respect
I owe the king.
The faces of these young people, especially those who were militarymen, bore that expression of condescending respect
for their elders which seems to say to the older generation, "We are prepared to respect
and honor you, but all the same remember that the future belongs to us.
At two o'clock of the afternoon the friends were to assemble to pay their last tribute of respect
to one who had no further need of friends and respect
I am what is termed a popular preacher--but I have never, in my secret self, felt any exultation in my own notoriety, or any extraordinary respect
for the means by which it has been won.