And truly the religious revival
assumed formidable proportions.
Dad blame dat revival
, I wisht it had 'a' be'n put off till tomorrow
You see, it was a Methodist revival
father got converted in, and so of course he joined the Methodist church.
This collection of Nevelet's is the great culminating point in the history of the revival
of the fame and reputation of Aesopian Fables.
With all these circumstances, recollections and feelings, she could not hear that Captain Wentworth's sister was likely to live at Kellynch without a revival
of former pain; and many a stroll, and many a sigh, were necessary to dispel the agitation of the idea.
There's nothing I'm so thankful to the revival
of the old fashions for as the kissing the hand.
It is not a mere whim; it is not the casual revival
of my old wishes and desires; but an earnest, solemn purpose.
Though this was only a recurrence of what had happened before, it struck all present as if it had been death, not only from its contrast with the completeness of the revival
, but because his words had all had reference to the possibility that his death was near.
But she was filled with the thought of a great revival
that Ebenezer Naismith could preach--she was a dear saint--and she spoke of a great church, saying:
They flanked opposite ends of the house and were probably architectural absurdities, redeemed in a measure indeed by not being wholly disengaged nor of a height too pretentious, dating, in their gingerbread antiquity, from a romantic revival
that was already a respectable past.
I am confident that it took no distinctness of shape, and that it was the revival
for a few minutes of the terror of childhood.
They contained no actual complaint, nor was there any revival
of past occurrences, or any communication of present suffering.