demanded


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This is certain, that some time before, he had used some poor pagan merchants in that manner, and had caused the executioner to begin to flay them, when some Brahmin, touched with compassion, generously contributed the sum demanded for their ransom.
"And to marry whom, then, did you wish my consent, Major Heyward?" demanded the old soldier, erecting himself in the dignity of offended feeling.
When his superintendents and heads of departments performed prodigies of cutting down, he patted them on the back and demanded more.
When night arrived, he demanded if all the skins had been brought in.
"An' how is it ye can get men to do anything on God's earth an' sea?" Louis demanded with Celtic fire.
When the trapper had rendered his meaning into the Sioux language, Mahtoree demanded, with an air of surprise--
These have no right to question the propriety of the demand; no discretion beyond that of devising the ways and means of furnishing the sums demanded. But though this be strictly and truly the case; though the assumption of such a right would be an infringement of the articles of Union; though it may seldom or never have been avowedly claimed, yet in practice it has been constantly exercised, and would continue to be so, as long as the revenues of the Confederacy should remain dependent on the intermediate agency of its members.