They who know of no purer sources of truth, who have traced up its stream no higher, stand, and wisely stand, by the Bible and the Constitution, and drink at it there with reverence and humanity; but they who behold where it comes trickling into this lake or that pool, gird up their loins once more, and continue
their pilgrimage toward its fountainhead.
I was turning on my light one-candle-power at a time, and meant to continue
to do so.
She has the warm heart of her race, and its lavish affections, and when Cathy arrived the pair were mother and child in five minutes, and that is what they are to date and will continue
The laws is that the battle must continue
fifteen minutes if the men can hold out; and as the pauses do not count, this duel was protracted to twenty or thirty minutes, I judged.
The nickname soon ceased to carry any harsh or unfriendly feeling with it, but it held its place, and was to continue
to hold its place for twenty long years.
She was short, plump, and fair, with a fine bloom, blue eyes, light hair, regular features, and a look of great sweetness, and, before the end of the evening, Emma was as much pleased with her manners as her person, and quite determined to continue
The last is necessary to enable the people, when they see reason to approve of his conduct, to continue
him in his station, in order to prolong the utility of his talents and virtues, and to secure to the government the advantage of permanency in a wise system of administration.
The rest that had been thus afforded to men and horses enabled them to continue
their journey at a good round pace.
But there is no telling how long it will continue
Yes, sir,” returned Marmaduke, “the Jacobins of France seem rushing from one act of licentiousness to an other, They continue
those murders which are dignified by the name of executions.
They are generally Canadians by birth, and of French descent, who have been employed for a term of years by some fur company, but, their term being expired, continue
to hunt and trap on their own account, trading with the company like the Indians.
Of the rest we shall mention that of Hiero, and Gelo at Syracuse; and this did not continue
long, for both their reigns were only eighteen years; for Gelo died in the eighth year of his tyranny, and Hiero in his tenth.