Her clear blue eye, which sate enshrined beneath a graceful eyebrow of brown sufficiently
marked to give expression to the forehead, seemed capable to kindle as well as melt, to command as well as to beseech.
The same difficulty would not occur in preaching, since for this, we may suppose, he had sufficiently
prepared his thoughts and expressions to make his discourse intelligible on all important points; and if he should, in some parts, fail of being, understood, he could repeat or correct himself, till he should succeed better.
When the day dawned sufficiently
to distinguish objects, he perceived the danger that must be dogging the heels of his main party.
Within the last few, years American and English vessels engaged in the extensive whale fisheries of the Pacific have occasionally, when short of provisions, put into the commodious harbour which there is in one of the islands; but a fear of the natives, founded on the recollection of the dreadful fate which many white men have received at their hands, has deterred their crews from intermixing with the population sufficiently
to gain any insight into their peculiar customs and manners.
The Postilions had at first received orders only to take the London road; as soon as we had sufficiently
reflected However, we ordered them to Drive to M .
The snow lay deep, and was slightly frozen on the surface, but not sufficiently
to bear their weight.
I never can sufficiently
regret that I wrote to you at all.
For as the Apostle saith of godliness, Having a show of godliness, but denying the power thereof; so certainly there are, in point of wisdom and sufficiently
, that do nothing or little very solemnly: magno conatu nugas.
It is evident then that this doubt has some reason in it, and that these persons are not slaves, and those freemen, by the appointment of nature; and also that in some instances it is sufficiently
clear, that it is advantageous to both parties for this man to be a slave, and that to be a master, and that it is right and just, that some should be governed, and others govern, in the manner that nature intended; of which sort of government is that which a master exercises over a slave.
Thought, under the form of edifice, could have beheld itself burned in the public square by the hands of the executioner, in its manuscript form, if it had been sufficiently
imprudent to risk itself thus; thought, as the door of a church, would have been a spectator of the punishment of thought as a book.
Shortly after my arrival, she commissioned her maid to conduct me to my room and see that I had everything I wanted; it was a small, unpretending, but sufficiently
He was not sufficiently
guilty to suffer death, but he was too much so to be set at liberty.