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Page 236 - I can see from here the pouting of your lips, and know what you are going to say. You are going to say, " I will read no more of this Mr. Titmarsh; there is no subject, however solemn, but he treats it with flippant irreverence, and no character, however great, at whom he does not sneer.
Page 182 - ... to set all the peasants and a good number of the towns to work for him, to dominate agriculture and even manufacture, virtually the whole of production in other words. When he mobilized all this power in the service of foreign capitalism, he was himself becoming an active participant in the system. If it had not been for him, there would have been no second serfdom; and without serfdom, the volume of exportable cereals produced would have been infinitely smaller. The peasants would have preferred...
Page 238 - The corridors were busy with men and women moving purposefully on errands as if it were the middle of the day instead of the middle of the night...
Page 88 - Leslie's complaint is of continuous, multifarious, universal libels ; — libels *o brought forward, as to leave no room for doubt in the mind of any man of «¡und understanding, that no motive or possible reason can be assigned for them, but the most determined malice. Many of these publications...
Page 88 - ... and bringing the war to a conclusion. In this policy, I hope our countrymen will join, with the utmost alacrity. Privateering is as well understood by them as any people whatsoever ; and it is by cutting off supplies, not by attacks, sieges, or assaults, that I expect deliverance from enemies. And I should be wanting in my duty, if I did not warn them against any relaxation of their exertions by sea or land, from a fond expectation of peace. They will deceive themselves if they depend upon it....
Page 98 - They looked at each other in silence for a few moments. The buzzing of Keller's cell phone sounded unnaturally loud in the quiet. He pulled it off his belt, looked at the caller ID, then at Marie. "It's Tammy Healy,
Page 192 - ... miserablefrom causes she could not divulge, and she sought for a refuge with us. If we did not grant it she would have to seek it elsewhere— on the continent, she said, or wherever would afford the best hiding-place for a time. This was the substance of her story; and at its close my sister said, " I will not do you the injustice of believing that you are doing a wrong thing ; and I will not further oppress you by trying to find out what you deem it best to hide; though, as you are to go...
Page 374 - You who have never erred, you who have never sinned, may not be able to find it in your heart to forgive me.