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And again every detail of his quarrel with his wife was present to his imagination, all the hopelessness of his position, and worst of all, his own fault.
"Chilton, what was the quarrel?" demanded Pendleton.
Glegg's unmistakable kind-heartedness was shown in this, that it pained him more to see his wife at variance with others,--even with Dolly, the servant,--than to be in a state of cavil with her himself; and the quarrel between her and Mr.
This caused a quarrel with Addison, for Pope thought he had given him bad advice through jealousy.
This economy enabled him to buy a satisfactory decision when the cause of the quarrel was submitted to arbitration.
He was angry with himself, and when Sharp came in a little while afterwards he seized upon the first opportunity to quarrel with him.
He had espoused Clam's side of the quarrel with Nelson.
On the afternoon of July 17th, continued Counsel, immediately after the quarrel with her son, Mrs.
"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.
"Sometimes the quarrel between two princes is to decide which of them shall dispossess a third of his dominions, where neither of them pretend to any right.
And which of the gods was it that set them on to quarrel? It was the son of Jove and Leto; for he was angry with the king and sent a pestilence upon the host to plague the people, because the son of Atreus had dishonoured Chryses his priest.
A violent quarrel arose between him and Lisa, and he left the boat in high dudgeon.