Oh, you can't help that,' said the Cat: `we're all mad
If these amazing experiences are real I shall go mad
; if they are fanciful I am mad
It is one of a dozen similarly hideous things that your father has created in his mad
desire to solve the problem of life.
I have carried out the commandment of the king; I have slain her, mad
or sane, whom the king commanded should be killed, and I have earned not death, but a reward.
At the hearin' of this, ye may swear, though, I was as mad
as a grasshopper, but I remimbered that I was Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt, and that it wasn't althegither gentaal to lit the anger git the upper hand o' the purliteness, so I made light o' the matter and kipt dark, and got quite sociable wid the little chap, and afther a while what did he do but ask me to go wid him to the widdy's, saying he wud give me the feshionable inthroduction to her leddyship.
, after the exhibition he made of his unfortunate cousin?
It was worse losing the ass," replied Sancho, "for with him lint and all were lost; but I beg of your worship not to remind me again of that accursed liquor, for my soul, not to say my stomach, turns at hearing the very name of it; and I beg of you, too, to reckon as past the three days you allowed me for seeing the mad
things you do, for I take them as seen already and pronounced upon, and I will tell wonderful stories to my lady; so write the letter and send me off at once, for I long to return and take your worship out of this purgatory where I am leaving you.
Yes; we have an instance here; it was by always offering a million of francs to the governor for his liberty that an abbe became mad
, who was in this chamber before you.
He himself felt the daring spirit of a savage religion mad
Before him slaves and gorilla-men fought in mad
stampede to escape the menace of the creature's death agonies, for such only could that frightful charge have been.
With still greater reason, accordingly, when the prisoner has gone mad
, and might bite and make a terrible disturbance in the Bastile; why, in such a case, it is not simply an act of mere charity to wish him dead; it would be almost a good and even commendable action, quietly to have him put out of his misery.
Shoshonie Hunters - Hoback's River - Mad
River- Encampment Near the Pilot Knobs.