Any other course my daily observation in the South convinces
me, will be unjust to the Negro, unjust to the white man, and unfair to the rest of the state in the Union, and will be, like slavery, a sin that at some time we shall have to pay for.
is when one sees a being dear to one, bound up with one's own life, before whom one was to blame and had hoped to make it right" (Prince Andrew's voice trembled and he turned away), "and suddenly that being is seized with pain, suffers, and ceases to exist.
It would seem that Henry," said the priest, "by his continued breaches of both the spirit and letter of the Oxford Statutes is but urging the barons to resort to arms; and the fact that he virtually forced Prince Edward to take up arms against Humphrey de Bohun last fall, and to carry the ravages of war throughout the Welsh border provinces, convinces
me that he be by this time well equipped to resist De Montfort and his associates.
He must have a certain grand carelessness of odds, a certain colossal self-satisfaction, and a racial egotism that convinces
him that one white is better than a thousand niggers every day in the week, and that on Sunday he is able to clean out two thousand niggers.
the 'intelligent masses' as much as a row of figures.
Everything I have seen, convinces
me of the close connexion of the different American tribes, who nevertheless speak distinct languages.
me that Earth is still in her swaddling-clothes, and stretches forth baby fingers on every side.
The discovery of the watch and shirt-pin convinces
me that he was murdered that night, and that his jewellery was taken from him to prevent identification by its means.
Your having interfered in this dear boy's behalf before,' said Rose; 'your coming here, at so great a risk, to tell me what you have heard; your manner, which convinces
me of the truth of what you say; your evident contrition, and sense of shame; all lead me to believe that you might yet be reclaimed.
It would be impossible, I know," replied Elinor, "to convince
you that a woman of seven and twenty could feel for a man of thirty-five anything near enough to love, to make him a desirable companion to her.
I speak rather because I am convinced that I never intentionally wronged any one, although I cannot convince
you--the time has been too short; if there were a law at Athens, as there is in other cities, that a capital cause should not be decided in one day, then I believe that I should have convinced you.
Surely a moment's reflection, and a single instance from common life, must convince
every one that our whole social system is based upon Regularity, or Equality of Angles.