What share of knowledge these lords had in the laws of their country, and how they came by it, so as to enable them to decide the properties
of their fellow-subjects in the last resort?
For I do nothing but go about persuading you all, old and young alike, not to take thought for your persons or your properties
, but first and chiefly to care about the greatest improvement of the soul.
The medium of buoyancy is contained within the thin metal walls of the body and consists of the eighth Barsoomian ray, or ray of propulsion, as it may be termed in view of its properties
There have been volcanoes, some of whose openings still send out waters of strange properties
, and gases that kill or make to vivify.
Just ask yourself, my good fellow, whether there are not many persons of our acquaintance who assume the names of lands and properties
they never in their lives were masters of?
As Grandfather's chair had no locomotive properties
, and did not even run on castors, it cannot be supposed to have marched in person to the old French War.
If they could not teach the white men their practical stoicism, they at least made them acquainted with the edible properties
of roots and wild rosebuds, and furnished them a supply from their own store.
When Charlotte Henley dies, although she may not have fulfilled one of the principal objects of her being, by becoming a mother, her example will survive her; and those who study her character and integrity of feeling, will find enough to teach them what properties
are the most valuable in forming that sacred character--while her own sex can learn that, though in the case of Miss Henley, Providence has denied the full exercise of her excellences, it has at the same time rendered her a striking instance of female dignity, by exhibiting to the world the difference between affection and caprice, and by shewing how much imagination is inferior to Heart.
Perhaps he was one of those who think that nature has theatrical properties
and, with the considerate view of facilitating art and psychology, "makes up," her characters, so that there may be no mistake about them.
Delicate morsels of beef and pork, cut on scientific principles from every part of the animal, and of all conceivable shapes and sizes, are carefully packed in salt, and stored away in barrels; affording a never-ending variety in their different degrees of toughness, and in the peculiarities of their saline properties
Little is known concerning the properties
of the tree itself, the source of all this wealth; how much it may be improved by cultivation, by the use of the hoe and plough.
Rentrees generales, seven millions; properties
, nine millions.