When an official, who ought to see that the poor have justice done them, uses them ill and cheats them of their due
, how can we expect the poor starving wretches to bear their troubles meekly and to respect the rights of property?
Thus said, he turnd, and SATAN bowing low, As to superior Spirits is wont in Heaven, Where honour due
and reverence none neglects, Took leave, and toward the coast of Earth beneath, Down from th' Ecliptic, sped with hop'd success, Throws his steep flight with many an Aerie wheele, Nor staid, till on NIPHATES top he lights.
But my mother, frightened as she was, would not consent to take a fraction more than was due
to her and was obstinately unwilling to be content with less.
It is easy to perceive that this will tend to destroy, in the common apprehension, all distinction between the sources from which they might proceed; and will give the federal government the same advantage for securing a due
obedience to its authority which is enjoyed by the government of each State, in addition to the influence on public opinion which will result from the important consideration of its having power to call to its assistance and support the resources of the whole Union.
An ignorance of a variety of minute and particular objects, which do not lie within the compass of legislation, is consistent with every attribute necessary to a due
performance of the legislative trust.
You do not forget when you are due
in London again?
Other difficulties may be resolved by due
regard to the usage of language.
Credit, owing to the reports afloat, was no longer to be had; and to meet the one hundred thousand francs due
on the 10th of the present month, and the one hundred thousand francs due
on the 15th of the next month to M.
Of old, the rise of the Yin dynasty was due
to I Chih who had served under the Hsia.
But the principal failing occurred in the sailing, And the Bellman, perplexed and distressed, Said he had hoped, at least, when the wind blew due
East, That the ship would not travel due
I pitched badly twice in an upward rush--solely due
to these diabolical throw-downs--that came near to wrecking my propeller.
She was of strict integrity herself, with a delicate sense of honour; but she was as desirous of saving Sir Walter's feelings, as solicitous for the credit of the family, as aristocratic in her ideas of what was due
to them, as anybody of sense and honesty could well be.