With so much of itself abandoned to darkness and vacancy; with so little change under the summer shining or the wintry lowering; so sombre and motionless always--no flag flying now by day, no rows of lights sparkling by night; with no family to come and go, no visitors to be the souls of pale cold shapes of rooms, no stir of life about it--passion and pride, even to the stranger's eye, have died away from the place in Lincolnshire and yielded it to dull repose
The comte fell asleep, but his disturbed slumber resembled torture rather than repose
. The servant who watched him saw several times the expression of internal suffering shadowed on his features.
Passepartout had been a sort of vagrant in his early years, and now yearned for repose
; but so far he had failed to find it, though he had already served in ten English houses.
The doctors, this time, had no fear for his life, provided that his patience would support him through a lengthened period of the most absolute repose
I felt sensibly refreshed after a night of sound repose
, and immediately agreed to the proposition of my valet that I should repair to the water and wash, although dreading the suffering that the exertion might produce.
But stillness and repose
, at such a time of anxious expectation, are hard to bear.
Such words, you may imagine, strongly excited my curiosity; but the paroxysm of grief that had seized the stranger overcame his weakened powers, and many hours of repose
and tranquil conversation were necessary to restore his composure.
I see a repose
that neither earth nor hell can break, and I feel an assurance of the endless and shadowless hereafter - the Eternity they have entered - where life is boundless in its duration, and love in its sympathy, and joy in its fulness.
The present Confederation, feeble as it is intended to repose
in the United States, an unlimited power of providing for the pecuniary wants of the Union.
After pausing to repose
, and to enjoy these grand but savage and awful scenes, they began to descend the eastern side of the mountain.
There is no steady unretracing progress in this life; we do not advance through fixed gradations, and at the last one pause: --through infancy's unconscious spell, boyhood's thoughtless faith, adolescence' doubt (the common doom), then scepticism, then disbelief, resting at last in manhood's pondering repose
Dawson's Landing had a week of repose
now, and it needed it.