No, no, the sarpent knew his errand; nor was there any great mistake in the matter, for there is but little love atween a Delaware and a Mingo, let their tribes go out to fight for whom they may, in a white quarrel
Not seldom Philip, knowing all the time how stupid he was, would force a quarrel
, and they would not speak to one another for a couple of days.
Dunciad,' with quite a furious ardor in the tiresome quarrels
it celebrates, and an interest in its machinery, which it fatigues me to think of.
But through the slow monotonous drag of the hours they developed a fictitious excitement and interest in mouthing their quarrel
which each knew in his heart of hearts was no quarrel
This having come to his stepmother's ears, she taxed him with it on the afternoon before her death, and a quarrel
ensued, part of which was overheard.
The doctor now interposed, and prevented the effects of a wrath which was kindling between Jones and Thwackum; after which the former gave a loose to mirth, sang two or three amorous songs, and fell into every frantic disorder which unbridled joy is apt to inspire; but so far was he from any disposition to quarrel
, that he was ten times better humoured, if possible, than when he was sober.
She had been used to boast that there had never been any of those deadly quarrels
among the Dodsons which had disgraced other families; that no Dodson had ever been "cut off with a shilling," and no cousin of the Dodsons disowned; as, indeed, why should they be?
Judge Driscoll, an old and respected citizen, was assassinated here about midnight by a profligate Italian nobleman or a barber on account of a quarrel
growing out of the recent election.
One moment she feared that no serious design had ever been formed on his side; and the next that some unfortunate quarrel
had taken place between him and her sister;--the distress in which Marianne had quitted the room was such as a serious quarrel
could most reasonably account for, though when she considered what Marianne's love for him was, a quarrel
seemed almost impossible.
Well, upon my honor," said Athos, "your Eminence is right in taking us with you; we have seen several ill-looking faces on the road, and we have even had a quarrel
at the Red Dovecot with four of those faces.
I am always afraid of a quarrel
when I am expected at any place and when such a quarrel
might possibly prevent my reaching it.
A violent quarrel
arose between him and Lisa, and he left the boat in high dudgeon.