is it fair for you to expect of us services which your own brave, honorable heart would not allow you to render
, were you in our place?
He told me, with great solemnity, I must go back to Covey; but that before I went, I must go with him into another part of the woods, where there was a certain ~root,~ which, if I would take some of it with me, carrying it ~always on my right side,~ would render
it impos- sible for Mr.
It was all the service she could now render
her poor friend; for as to any of that heroism of sentiment which might have prompted her to entreat him to transfer his affection from herself to Harriet, as infinitely the most worthy of the two or even the more simple sublimity of resolving to refuse him at once and for ever, without vouchsafing any motive, because he could not marry them both, Emma had it not.
He tried to reason himself out of fears, which the different judgment of the apothecary seemed to render
absurd; but the many hours of each day in which he was left entirely alone, were but too favourable for the admission of every melancholy idea, and he could not expel from his mind the persuasion that he should see Marianne no more.
You are aware that my plan in bringing up these girls is, not to accustom them to habits of luxury and indulgence, but to render
them hardy, patient, self-denying.
Nay, but,'' said Isaac, ``thy master has won goodly steeds and rich armours with the strength of his lance, and of his right hand but 'tis a good youth the Jew will take these in present payment, and render
him back the surplus.
These days past, when sending Your Excellency my plays, that had appeared in print before being shown on the stage, I said, if I remember well, that Don Quixote was putting on his spurs to go and render
homage to Your Excellency.
And, in fine, I could not have restrained my desires, nor remained satisfied had I not followed a path in which I thought myself certain of attaining all the knowledge to the acquisition of which I was competent, as well as the largest amount of what is truly good which I could ever hope to secure Inasmuch as we neither seek nor shun any object except in so far as our understanding represents it as good or bad, all that is necessary to right action is right judgment, and to the best action the most correct judgment, that is, to the acquisition of all the virtues with all else that is truly valuable and within our reach; and the assurance of such an acquisition cannot fail to render
It is in vain to say that enlightened statesmen will be able to adjust these clashing interests, and render
them all subservient to the public good.
Fortunately, he gave his discourses somewhat of the progressive character of lectures, leading his listeners on, as it might be step by step, in a way to render
all easy to the commonest understanding.
Although the settlement of this part of Otsego a little preceded the birth of the author, it was not sufficiently advanced to render
it desirable that an event so important to himself should take place in the wilderness.
Monsieur, you shall have that correspondence, and render
me an account of it.