Beware, oh, beware the perils of international
When Passepartout reached the International
Hotel, it did not seem to him as if he had left England at all.
When explaining these rapid transfers of the people's will from from one individual to another, especially in view of international
relations, conquests, and alliances, the historians are obliged to admit that some of these transfers are not normal delegations of the people's will but are accidents dependent on cunning, on mistakes, on craft, or on the weakness of a diplomatist, a ruler, or a party leader.
Shortly after this change in his circumstances he became an advocate of thrift, temperance, and steady industry, and quitted the International
Association, of which he had been an enthusiastic supporter when dependent on his own skill and taste as a working mason.
He had lived in Silesia, a member of a despised and persecuted race, and had taken part in the proletarian movement in the early seventies, when Bismarck, having conquered France, had turned his policy of blood and iron upon the "International
." Ostrinski himself had twice been in jail, but he had been young then, and had not cared.
Holmes, you take me into regions of high international
I refer to the address which I delivered at the opening of the Atlanta Cotton states and International
Exposition, at Atlanta, Ga., September 18, 1895.
The solidarity of labor is assured, and for the first time will there be an international
revolution wide as the world is wide.*
It is easily answered: A child's handful of telegrams, mainly about European national and international
political movements; letter-correspondence about the same things; market reports.
Among the bric-a-brac of my heart I still cherish some of those little slips of paper with which we made international
love--question and answer.
Peter Van Tromp, an English-speaking, two-legged animal of the international
genus, and by profession of general and more than equivocal utility.
It was all very well to whisper that he had been "helped" to leave England by the international
banking-house in which he had been employed; he carried off that rumour as easily as the rest--though New York's business conscience was no less sensitive than its moral standard--he carried everything before him, and all New York into his drawing- rooms, and for over twenty years now people had said they were "going to the Beauforts'" with the same tone of security as if they had said they were going to Mrs.